Education

4.9 Million Reasons We No Longer Need a Federal Government

With the federal government not only failing to do its job but being complicit in the war on national sovereignty, why then should we suffer the internal tyranny it is imposing upon us?

Sex Between Men Fueling Monkeypox: Three Peer-Reviewed Studies

The claim that skin-to-skin contact during sex between men, not intercourse itself, drives most monkeypox transmission is likely backward, a growing group of experts say.

Ukraine Issues New Ban on Russian Language

Russian language and literature courses will no longer be taught in Ukraine, according to an updated curriculum posted by the Ministry of Education on its website on Tuesday.

A Year After Taliban Takeover Afghan Women Are Prisoners in Their Homeland

Almost exactly a year ago, the last American troops left Afghanistan and the Taliban regained full control of the country.

U.K. Turns Its Back on Transgender Ideology

By the spring of 2023, Britain’s state-run transgender youth clinic will shut its doors for good. NHS England announced it was closing the Tavistock...

Dems Launch New Outreach To Hispanics, Try To Beat Back Gop Advances With Minority Voters

The Congressional Hispanic Caucus’ campaign arm unveiled a six-figure outreach effort to encourage voters to support Democrats during the midterms, using humor to entertain and reach an audience on key campaign issues.

Chinese Christians Survived Discrimination in Indonesia. Now the Church Is Growing Spiritually.

Q&A with pastor Samuel Fu on the evangelical challenges in the nation of a thousand islands.

Founder of Whole Foods Says Socialists Are ‘Taking Over’ America

Whole Foods Founder John Mackey said "socialists are taking over" the United States and there's no signs of it ending anytime soon.

Baby Blues: How to Face the Church’s Growing Fertility Crisis

If current rates continue, most religious communities in America will shrink by more than half within three generations. But nondenominational Christianity might buck the trend.

Supreme Court to Hear Case That Could End 40 Years of Race-Based Affirmative Action in University Admissions

The U.S. Supreme Court announced it would hear one of two cases on Oct. 31 that could dismantle the 40-year precedent of race-based affirmative action in university admissions, with universities now urging the court to preserve the decision despite some expert opinion to the contrary.

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