10 Lives Changed Forever by COVID Shots

“These are real people with real stories to share, and the more people who see them, the more awareness can grow to provide those who survived with the help and medical care they deserve — while warning others of the potentially deadly consequences of COVID-19 injections.”

$10 Trillion ‘Woke’ Asset Manager BlackRock Vows to ‘Advance’ CRT-Based ‘Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)’

BlackRock is "continuing to advance diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI)," writes BlackRock CEO Fink.

Tennessee Social Media Bill Faces Legal Obstacles Similar to Florida, Texas

Tennessee lawmakers pushing a social media oversight bill that would prevent users from being banned or shadow banned said it is not a First Amendment issue but a governmental course correction.

Supreme Court Declines to Hear Discrimination Case Involving Christian Legal Group, Cites First Amendment Rights

"The First Amendment gives 'special solicitude to the rights of religious organizations' to operate according to their faith without government interference," wrote Justice Alito.

In Its First Year, Biden’s HHS Relentlessly Attacked Christians and Unborn Babies

President Biden and Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra have launched unprecedented attacks on people of faith.

SEC Unveils Sweeping Climate Requirements for Public Companies

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) proposed rules that would force companies to publicly disclose a wide-range of climate-related information.

Sen. Hawley: Kentanji Brown Jackson ‘Lenient’ on Child Sex Predators, ‘Soft on Crime’

Monday on FNC’s “Fox & Friends,” Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) called into question Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s record ahead of her confirmation hearing to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Democrat Lawsuit Aims to Keep Ron Johnson, Two Other Wisconsin GOP Reps. Off Ballot for Assisting Jan 6 ‘Insurrection’

Wisconsin Democrat Activists filed suit earlier this month in an attempt to disqualify Republican Senator Ron Johnson and two GOP congressional colleagues — Representatives Tom Tiffany and Scott Fitzgerald — off the midterm ballot this November. The Democrats claim that the three pro-Trump Republicans should be disqualified to serve based on Section 3 of the 14th Amendment, which was adopted in the aftermath of the Civil War to (in part) keep former Confederates from serving in Congress.

Judge: Same-Sex Marriage License Denials Violated Rights

A federal judge has ruled that a former Kentucky clerk violated the constitutional rights of two same-sex couples who were among those to whom she wouldn't issue marriage licenses - a refusal that sparked international attention and briefly landed her in jail in 2015.

The Choice for Christian Conservatives: Christ or Chaos?

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is regarded as an American hero because he called on the country to live up to its lofty ideals. He did so not as a constitutional scholar or elected official, but as a Baptist preacher.

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