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1619 Project author says she doesn’t understand why parents should have a say in school curriculum

1619 Project author Nikole Hannah-Jones channeled former Democratic Virginia gubernatorial nominee Terry McAuliffe during an interview on NBC’s Meet the Press Sunday, saying she didn’t understand the idea that “parents should decide what’s being taught” in schools.

Democrats ‘Make History’ by Electing Convicted Killer

A Harlem man convicted for manslaughter is likely to become the first convicted killer to enter the New York State Assembly. Although the official vote...

Democrats confront rising retirements as difficult year ends

House Democrats are facing a growing wave of retirements as they close out 2021 and enter what’s expected to be a challenging midterm election...

Border Patrol Charity Provides Christmas Presents to Children of Fallen Agents

A charity group organized by Border Patrol agents recently collected and distributed Christmas and holiday gifts for the children of fallen agents. This marks the organization’s seventh year of giving.

Biden Pranked on NORAD Santa-Tracking Call

President Joe Biden on Friday was pranked by a parent during the annual White House NORAD Santa-tracking call with military families who said ''let's go, Brandon,'' a phrase used to insult Biden, the New York Post reports.

DeSantis Christmas Message: ‘How Blessed’ Are We to ‘Celebrate the Birth of Christ Freely’

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) released a Christmas message ahead of the holiday, reminding Americans how blessed they are to live in a country that “protects our right to celebrate the birth of Christ freely.”

How Advent Teaches Us, Amid Sorrow, To Rejoice

Today is the last day of Advent. What does the church teach us about sadness and joy? Just consider some of her hymns and scriptures.

Biblical Archaeology’s Top 10 Discoveries of 2021

Evidence of Herod’s green thumb, Roman crucifixion methods, and Philistine bananas add to our understanding of the world of the Bible.

The indefensible approval of Pfizer and Merck drugs compared to the snubbing of ivermectin

Later this week, the FDA plans to approve, as the first outpatient COVID drugs, therapeutics that are extremely dangerous and unproven, even as the agency goes to war against cheap, safe, and proven drugs with a track record of no serious adverse events.

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