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‘Virtue Signaling’: Bank Sparks Exodus of Customers Over Pronoun Policy

Customers are withdrawing funds and closing accounts after a British bank told them to leave if they didn’t agree with a new pronoun policy.

Highland Park Attack Not Stopped by Strict Gun Control or Local Red Flag Laws

The Chicago suburb of Highland Park has some of the strictest gun control laws in the nation.

Aging Rockers Quietly Crawl Back To Spotify After Short-Lived Joe Rogan Protest

Crosby, Stills & Nash have ended the protest they began against Spotify five months ago over the streaming service’s deal with podcast king Joe...

WEF Floats Attaching Sensor to Your Tooth to Track What You Eat ‘In Real Time’

"Wearable technology" made of "[t]iny sensors that attach to a tooth and personalized nutrition-monitoring patches can enable us to precisely track not just our intake, but how our bodies respond to different foods."

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...

Wisconsin Catholic Church Vandalized With Abortion Graffiti

The Catholic church's pastor said he would pray for the people who wrote abortion messages on the building's front entrance.

Only 3% Of Christian Missionaries Worldwide Focus On ‘Unreached’ People Groups

If you’re an American, it’s common to come in direct or indirect contact with the Gospel or Christianity on any given day. After all, nearly...

Patriotism Hits Record Low, Vast Majority Of All Americans Reject Direction Of Country

Americans might be divided over a lot in today’s world, but one thing that seemingly all Americans can agree upon, regardless of their political...

California Gives Free Healthcare to Illegal Immigrants

California is now the only state in the U.S. to offer free healthcare to all low-income illegal immigrants after Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a $307.9 billion budget June 30.

Supreme Courts in Texas, Ohio Block Efforts to Reinstate Access to Abortions

Texas’s and Ohio’s Supreme Courts have given the go-ahead for the states to enforce their respective state laws that ban abortion, blocking efforts that barred the laws from taking effect, coming after the U.S. Supreme Court last week overturned the 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling.

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