June 30

Theodore Roosevelt – American Minute with Bill Federer

Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., was born October 27, 1858. As a child, he had debilitating asthma, often waking up at night as if being smothered to death. At 6-years-old, he...

Investigation Finds Govt Falsely Said Monkeypox Experiment was Never Approved

An investigation conducted by a panel in the House of Representatives found that the government falsely claimed that a monkeypox (mpox) experiment was never approved.

San Francisco Opens ‘Free’ Grocery Store

San Francisco, California, opened a new store that provides "free" groceries.

California Owes $52.7 Million to Federal Government Over False Medicaid Claims for Non-Citizens

Due to false Medicaid reimbursement claims for non-citizens made by Gov. Newsom's administration, California owes the federal government $52.7 million. According to a recent inspector...

U.S. State Department Issues ‘Worldwide Caution’ Alert for Pride Celebrations Abroad

The State Department has warned Americans traveling abroad to exercise caution worldwide.

California Legislation Expands Access to Assisted Suicide

A new bill from California would expand the state's assisted suicide measures to allow individuals to end their lives without being previously diagnosed with a terminal disease, such as those with early or mid-stage dementia.

HHS to Spend Almost $800K Assessing ‘Structural Racism’ of Chronic Kidney Disease

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) will provide Emory University nearly $800,000 to mitigate the "effects of structural racism on chronic kidney disease."

State Department Funds Training for ‘LGBTQI+ Allies’

The State Department paid Washington State University to train "master trainers" in India to teach 2,000 people to become "LGBTQI+ allies," according to a report from The Daily Caller.

Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., Pastor of Dexter Avenue Baptist Church & Ebenezer Baptist Church; and the Civil Rights Movement- American Minute with Bill...

Download as PDF ... In 1983, Republican President Ronald Reagan signed the bill to make the third Monday in January a holiday in honor of Baptist Pastor, Reverend...

Vermont Sees Assisted Suicides Quadruple Over Two Years

A report from the Vermont Department of Health revealed that the number of individuals who have died from assisted suicide has quadrupled in the last two years.

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