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U.N. Report Challenges Religious Freedom, Pushes Compliance with LGBT+ Rights

U.N. releases report aiming to encourage governments to comply with international human rights law and "empower" LGBT+ individuals in religious communities.

43-Year-Old Tennis Player Dies During Match

Ryan Vannah, a native of Las Vegas and the United States Tennis Association 40+ champion for the last two years, suddenly dropped to a knee and then laid down on the court during a doubles match at the Red Rock Country Club.

Medical Researcher Says Scientific Community Should Admit It Was ‘Wrong’ About COVID

MD/PhD student Kevin Bass said the scientific community should admit they made mistakes when dealing with COVID.

United Nations Attempting To Force Religious Communities To ‘Fully Comply’ With LGBTQ Agenda

The United Nations is looking to push governments to “fully comply with their obligations under international human rights law to protect and empower LGBT+ persons."

Self-Described Racism ‘Expert’ Professor Claims White People Are ‘Damaging’

A professor in Salem, Oregon, – who is a self-described expert in "racism… and social change" – derided White people for showing up as "damaging" to people of color.

California Not Requiring COVID Vaccines to Attend School

California will no longer require children to get a COVID-19 vaccine to attend school, state public health officials said.

Lawmakers Introduce Bill That Would Make Minnesota ‘Trans Refuge’ For Minors Seeking Transgender Treatment

Minnesota lawmakers are considering a bill that would establish the state as a "trans refuge" for children who are seeking transgender medical procedures but who may be blocked by laws in other states.

Schools To Host ‘Black Lives Matter’ Event Teaching Students About ‘Trans Affirmation,’ ‘Restorative Justice’

Schools across the country are celebrating national “Black Lives Matter at School” week which teaches students about “restorative justice,” “globalism” and to be “trans-affirming,” according to the curriculum.

Number of Police Officers Shot on Duty Up 113% Since 2020

A report from the National Fraternal Order of Police found a 113% increase in the number of police officers shot in the line of duty last month compared to January 2020

Ireland to Use St Patrick’s Day to Promote Drag Queens, ‘Diversity’ and ‘Inclusivity’

Ireland is to use its annual St Patrick’s Day celebrations to promote “diversity” and drag queens, an official announcement has revealed.

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