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A Transplant Miracle That Defied COVID Tyranny

Leilani Lutali and Jaimee Fougner are alive, giggling and ready to fight for truth, justice and faith.

Mon Dieu! Look Who Our Government Sent to Represent Us at the French Ambassador’s Home for Bastille Day

It’s not my job not to offend people. In fact, I’m allowed a certain amount of leeway in order to offend people. And, without a doubt, I’m grateful.

Ghislaine Maxwell Sentenced to 20 Years in Jeffrey Epstein Sex Trafficking Case

Ghislaine Maxwell was sentenced to 20 in prison Tuesday for her role in helping powerful pedophile Jeffrey Epstein abuse young girls, capping off a dramatic fall from grace for the British socialite turned-convicted sex-trafficker.

‘Sexualization of Children’: Feminists Join Christian Conservatives to Stop Biden LGBTQ Order

Executive order cites research on youth suicide that's undercut by new analysis of states that don't require parental consent for blockers, hormones. Don't force sexual orientation on kids because "they're just kids," feminist group says.

Journalist Attempts Road Trip in Electric Car, Ends Up Spending More Time Charging Than Sleeping. ‘Fumes Never Smelled So Sweet,’ She Says Upon Returning...

Wall Street Journal reporter Rachel Wolfe recently ventured from New Orleans, Louisiana to Chicago, Illinois in a brand-new Kia EV6 to test America's current electric vehicle capabilities and public-charging infrastructure.

Benham Brothers: Culture Needs Jesus, Not More ‘Gun Laws’ in Wake of Texas School Shooting

Twin brothers Jason and David Behman said this week that culture, and men in particular, need Jesus, not more “gun laws.”

Spygate Conspirators Start Selling Their Hoax to a Washington DC Jury, but the Facts Don’t Fit

The Hillary Clinton campaign did not want its attorney, Michael Sussmann, to share the Alfa Bank data with the FBI, jurors were told yesterday during the defense’s opening arguments in the special counsel’s criminal case against Sussmann.

Washington Post Demands the Video Game Industry Speak About Abortion — Unless They’re Pro-life

‘Conspicuously quiet’ on abortion is an interesting way for media to characterize video game companies, which have nothing to do with in utero homicide.

Grammys Roundup: Ukrainian President Addresses Audience, but Less Politics Overall

Sunday's 64th Annual Grammy Awards on CBS focused mostly on music instead of politics, with the notable exception of a surprise appearance via video from the president of the Ukraine.

Top Dem pollsters paint bleak picture for Democrats — and they have the data to prove it

Democratic pollster Doug Schoen is sounding the alarm for the Democratic Party’s 2022 midterm prospects.

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