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Russia: From Vikings to Mongols to Tsars to Socialist Dictatorships to Ukraine invasion – American Minute with Bill Federer

Beginning in the late 700s, Vikings from Scandinavia, called Danes and Swedes, began raiding the coasts and up the rivers of England and Europe. Since they were from "the north," they were referred to as Norse...

Canadian Government Reverses Course on Policy Banning Prayer at Remembrance Day Ceremonies

Left-wing members of Canada's Parliament backtracked on a policy prohibiting military chaplains from leading prayer during Remembrance Day ceremonies.

City in Ohio Bans ‘Faith-Based’ Items From Festival Booths

The city of Groveport, Ohio reportedly banned the sale of "faith-based" items during its annual Apple Butter Day festival this year.

Pope Francis Open to Catholic Church Blessing Gay Couples

This recent letter from Pope Francis seems to pivot from a Vatican decree in March 2021, which explicitly stated that priests couldn't bless same-sex unions because God "cannot bless sin."

Biden’s Absence from 9/11 Ceremonies: What Does It Signal?

This year marks the 22nd anniversary of the horrific events of September 11, 2001. Across the nation, Americans have come together to honor the...

Biden Regime Introduces Guidance to Expand Voter Registration at Citizenship Ceremonies

The Biden administration rolled out new guidance last week to provide expanded access to voter registration during naturalization ceremonies of new United States citizens.

Michigan University to Hold Separate Identity-Based Graduation ‘Celebrations’

Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Michigan, is holding five separate graduation celebrations for students identifying as Asian, Black, Latino/a/x, Native American, or LGBT.

German Church Leaders Agree To Same-Sex Blessings

A meeting between Germany’s Catholic bishops and lay representatives agreed Friday to call for the church to approve blessings of same-sex unions.

New Documentary Exposes Disney’s Pro-sexualization, Anti-nuclear Family Agenda

The magic of Disney is fading, according to the president of the Catholic League.

Archaeologists Excavate Tomb of ‘Jesus’ Midwife,’ Find Hundreds of Artifacts

Archaeologists uncovered hundreds of artifacts in an ancient Jewish burial cave in Israel that is believed by some to have been the tomb of a midwife present at the scene of Jesus' birth based on the so-called Gospel of James.

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