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Walmart’s Walton Family Funds LGBT Events

The events are being held in the company's home state of Arkansas.

Rolls-Royce Successfully Tests Hydrogen-Powered Jet Engine

Britain's Rolls-Royce (RR.L) said it has successfully run an aircraft engine on hydrogen, a world aviation first that marks a major step towards proving the gas could be key to decarbonising air travel.

Wyoming’s Largest Homeless Shelter Secures Right to Hire Only Christians, Settles Lawsuit

A Christian nonprofit organization that serves as Wyoming's largest homeless shelter recently secured a favorable settlement with state and federal government officials that will allow the shelter to hire only those who share its Christian beliefs.

The Need to Add Health Status to Anti-Discrimination Law

What would happen if a “private” education or health care facility denied service to someone who not only didn’t take precautions against contracting HIV, but was actually HIV-positive?

Maricopa County to Certify Election Monday

Arizona's Maricopa County pushed back on Republican claims that voting difficulties disenfranchised voters on election day. The county's elections board responded to a letter from...

Fauci Couldn’t Name Any Studies Showing Masks Work Against COVID

Violent extreme leftists were allowed to organise riots on Twitter for years.

Here are the 42 Biden Administration Officials House Republicans Have Put on Notice

House Republicans are wasting no time to get their agenda underway as they prepare to take control of the lower chamber, alerting at least 42 officials in the Biden administration that they will be expected to testify in a slew of GOP-led investigations early next year.

Thanksgiving Football Ad Calls Out 12 Republican Senators Siding with Democrats for a Sneaky ‘Attack on People of Faith’

The twisted minds of many U.S. lawmakers enjoy concocting ironic nomenclature for legislation that will have the opposite impact of what it would imply.

Amazon Warehouse Workers Set To Strike Across 40 Countries

Thousands of workers across approximately 40 countries are planning to take part in ‘Black Friday’ protests to demand better wages and working conditions in the company’s warehouses, as the global cost-of-living crisis increases

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