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Most Still Feel ‘American Dream’ Is Reachable

Inflation, high gas prices, and the liberal media’s bad-mouthing of the United States be damned — most still believe the American dream is alive...

A Tale of Two Crises: The Gas Pump and the Border

It was the best of times … well, actually, nowhere in Joe Biden’s America was it the best of times. But it was the worst of times at the southern border. And it was the worst of times at the gas pump.

Why I’m Raising My Kid Evangelical

Before our daughter, Hildegaard, was born, my husband and I discussed the weight of raising a pastor’s kid.

Whistleblower Says With 120,000 Troops Still Unvaccinated, Army May Move June 30 Deadline Far Into Future

As the June 30 deadline nears for compliance with the U.S. military’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate, U.S. Army officials publicly claim a very small percentage of its members are unvaccinated, reporting 96% or more of its members are fully vaccinated.

Radical Abortion Activist Group Continues to Disrupt Church Services, Large Gatherings

Pro-abortion disruption is being unleashed in churches, malls, sports stadiums and public areas by the radical RiseUp4AbortionRights group, with the latest target a Church in Detroit, Michigan.

‘The Blood Is Still There’: Chilling Details, Stories Surrounding Deadly Nigerian Church Attack

“The blood is still there. It’s still spread all over the floor.”

Texas Police: School Door Shut but Didn’t Lock Before Attack

Exterior door at Robb Elementary School did not lock when it was closed by a teacher shortly before a gunman used it to get inside and kill 19 students and two teachers.

Uvalde Mother Says Cop Handcuffed Her Before She Rushed Into School to Rescue Her Children: ‘Police Were Doing Nothing’

One mother whose children attend Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, recounted on Thursday the shocking story of what happened when she arrived at the school as the gunman was inside murdering students and teachers.

Texas Ranchers Struggling With Property Damage Amid Surge of Illegal Immigrants

As a human tidal wave continues flowing across the U.S. southern border from Mexico, cattle ranchers in Texas scramble to deal with the destruction done by illegal immigrants and human traffickers.

Viktor Orbán’s 12 Rules to Win Back the West

Coming off a fresh landslide victory in Hungary’s April elections, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and his Fidesz party have drawn conservatives from across the world to the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Budapest, with many of them looking to Hungary for answers to the challenges facing Western civilization and an increasingly dominant left.

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