June 2

Biden to Announce Major Border Policy Amid Political and Legal Challenges

President Joe Biden is expected to announce a significant border control policy in June, according to advocates and Hill aides. White House and Department...

Mother’s Day: American Minute with Bill Federer

After the Civil War, abolitionist Julia Ward Howe, writer of "The Battle Hymn of the Republic, led a Mother's Day for Peace in New York on June 2,...

Zelensky Asks for More Ukraine Aid

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy spoke with House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) to ask for more aid to Ukraine as it continues its war with Russia.

James Otis, The Stamp Act, and the Boston Massacre – American Minute with Bill Federer

After the French and Indian war, King George the Third to decided to keep troops in the American colonies in case of future attacks by the French or their Indian allies. To fund...

Victoria Nuland Resigns from Biden Admin

Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Victoria Nuland has resigned from the Biden administration.

Defense Secretary Austin Claims No Ukraine Aid Was Misused

In his first public appearance since being hospitalized, U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin claimed there is "no credible evidence" that aid to Ukraine was misused.

‘Sound of Freedom’ Ranks Top Ten in 2023 Box Office

The film "Sound of Freedom" beat Taylor Swift's "The Eras Tour" in the top ten domestic box office for 2023.

‘Sound of Freedom’ Filmmaker To Run for President of Mexico as Independent Candidate

Filmmaker and actor Eduardo Verástegui has filed to run for president in Mexico's 2024 election as an independent candidate.

‘Sound of Freedom’ Producer Announces Presidential Run in Mexico

"Sound of Freedom" producer Eduardo Verastegui announced this week his decision to run for the president of Mexico in 2024.

Christians Win $300,000 Settlement After Wrongful Arrest for Attending Church During COVID

The individuals—Gabriel Rench, Sean Bohnet, and his wife Rachel Bohnet—had initiated a civil lawsuit against the city, claiming their First Amendment rights were violated during a religious gathering in 2020.

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