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California Gets More Wind, Rain and Snow From Heavy Storm

Storm-battered California got more wind, rain and snow on Saturday, raising flooding concerns, causing power outages and making travel dangerous.

Few Schools Returning to Mask Mandates as COVID Cases Increase

At least five school districts, most in the northeast of the country, have reinstated mask requirements for students amid an uptick in COVID-19 infections, and two requested that students be tested for the virus before returning to school from winter break.

Florida National Park Closes From Illegal Immigrants

The Florida Keys' Dry Tortugas National Park has shut down due to an influx of illegal immigrants.

More Than 8,000 Teens Await Gender Clinic Services in the U.K.

New numbers from the United Kingdom’s largest state-funded pediatric gender clinic show thousands of teens waiting in line for services.

Saying ‘Christmas’ Is Not ‘Inclusive Enough—It’s Too ‘Christian-Centric,’ Says UK University

The University of Brighton has issued guidance to its lecturers encouraging the use of "inclusive language," including avoiding the term "Christmas" in favor of "winter closure period" and not asking students about their "Christian name."

Brighton University Advises Staff Not to Use Word ‘Christmas’

Guidelines sent to staff at the University of Brighton recently advised against using the word 'Christmas.'

The ‘China Model’ and the WEF

For decades Klaus Schwab’s World Economic Forum (WEF) has been recruiting and cultivating corporate and political leaders from all over the world to embrace a vision and plan for a complete social, political, and economic transformation -- a “Great Reset” -- which is nothing short of a communist “New World Order.”

Disney World Announces Closing Date for Iconic Ride to Be Replaced by More ‘Inclusive’ Princess Tiana Attraction

Disney announced that its iconic ride, Splash Mountain, would close at Walt Disney World Resort on January 23, 2023, in preparation for a more “inclusive” experience featuring Princess Tiana.

GOP Vow to Block Military Funding Unless Vax Mandates Are Lifted

Republicans are leading a charge to block the 'National Defense Authorization Act.'

Nation’s Report Card Scores Show Keeping Schools Open the Right Decision: Gov. DeSantis

The 2022 National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) rankings indicate that Florida students are “well ahead of their peers, especially with younger and educationally...

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