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Despite Rebukes, Florida Has Lowest New COVID-19 Case Rate in Nation

Despite harsh criticism of Gov. Ron DeSantis’ handling of the coronavirus by Democrats, including President Joe Biden, Florida reported the lowest new COVID-19 case rate in the nation this week.

Waukesha Atrocity Should Herald an End to the Bail Charade

Don’t set fictional $5 million bail. Deny bail to defendants who can be established by clear evidence as dangers to the community.

No, Thanksgiving Isn’t About ‘Genocide And Violence’

The Pilgrims didn’t bring ‘genocide’ to America. They barely brought themselves, with half of their company dying that first winter, in 1620-21.

Top ICU Doctor Suspended After Suing Hospital for Banning Life-Saving COVID Treatments

In an exclusive interview with The Defender, Dr. Paul Marik said patients are dying “unnecessarily and unlawfully” because the hospital where he is director of the ICU prioritizes expensive drugs like Remdesivir while banning more effective and less costly treatments.

The Media’s Chickens Come Home to Roost in Wisconsin

The child is dancing—bopping around in front of her family to the tune of the marching band passing behind her, as the pompom on her Winter stocking cap bounces right along with her, blissfully unaware that she narrowly avoided death or serious injury until after Darrell Brooks has already sped past her in his red Ford Escape towards other parade attendees and participants.

Another Professional Footballer Player Suddenly Collapses in the Middle of a Game

Adama Traore goes down clutching his chest during Champions League match.

The Pilgrims’ Progress – Honoring Our Forefathers on the 400th Anniversary of the First (and Most Expensive) Thanksgiving

This year marks the 400th anniversary of the first Thanksgiving celebrated by our Pilgrim fathers and mothers in 1621.

Covid Vaccines Are a War on Children

The first battles in the Covid War on Children began with the lockdown, forcing kids into isolation, depriving them of education, smothering them with masks, strangling their innate joy and playfulness, and denying them contact with God-given images of human faces.

Jury finds all 3 defendants guilty of murder in Ahmaud Arbery trial

The Ahmaud Arbery trial ended Wednesday afternoon with a jury finding all three defendants in the case — Gregory McMichael, 65; his son, Travis McMichael, 35; and William "Roddie" Bryan Jr., 52 — guilty on multiple counts of felony murder and various other charges for their roles in the altercation that led to Arbery's death.

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