George P. Bush Knocks Texas Attorney General Rival Ken Paxton Over Tough Critical Race Theory Stance

George P. Bush said he would not litigate against rogue government agencies violating state laws on teaching critical race theory or imposing COVID-19 mandates. 

Kindergarten Teacher Brags About Teaching ‘White Privilege’, Mocks Parents Who Disapprove

The district has shelled out over $50,000 for "equity" consultants over the last two years.

Target Launches ‘Gender Affirming’ Products Including Chest Binders, ‘Packing Underwear’

Ahead of Pride month, Target is launching a line of “gender-affirming” products including “compression tops” and “chest binders, undergarments that conceal breasts, and “packing underwear” that conceal male genitals.

Dr. Oz Accused of Violating Foreign Agent Law

Dr. Mehmet Oz faced a devastating wave of news on Wednesday as two separate stories broke that could threaten his bid to become the Republican Party’s nominee for a U.S. Senate seat out of Pennsylvania.

Dinesh D’Souza’s ‘2000 Mules’: Ballot Trafficking Exposé Has the Evidence; Can It Get a Hearing?

Dinesh D'Souza didn't take any chances with his new documentary, "2000 Mules."

The Biden Administration Is Openly Pursuing a Policy of Escalation in Ukraine

What are we to make of a comment Monday from Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin that the Biden administration’s goal in Ukraine is “to see Russia weakened to the degree that it can’t do the kinds of things that it has done in invading Ukraine”?

Le Pen Concedes as Macron Heads to Second Term

French President Emmanuel Macron is projected to win a comfortable victory for the presidency, with the centrist cruising to a second term as polls close across France in Sunday's closely watched runoff election.

Trains, Airlines Drop Mask Requirement Immediately Following Court Order

Amtrack, United, Delta, and several other airlines all made masks optional following the federal judge's ruling.

Wholesale Inflation Soars at 11.2% Rate in March, Largest Gain on Record

Wholesale inflation rose 11.2% annually in March, driven largely by an increase in the price of gasoline, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported on Wednesday.

College-Educated Women Still Back Biden

Why are lots of men willing to admit that they were wrong in 2020, while college-educated women are doubling down?

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