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University of Iowa to pay nearly $2M to lawyers for Christian student groups in religious liberty cases

The University of Iowa will pay close to $2 million in attorneys fees to a religious freedom legal organization that represented two Christian student groups that sued the college for violating their right to free exercise of religion.

Australian Football Player Diagnosed with Pericarditis After Receiving First Pfizer Shot – Team Director Quits and Slams Leagues “Forceful” Jab Policy

A top player with the Adelaide Crows was sent to hospital and diagnosed with pericarditis after receiving Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.  FIVEaa’s Stephen Rowe reported this on his show Friday.

Will ‘iBuying’ Ever Replace Traditional Real Estate Sales?

After three successful home sales, Daniel Edwin and his wife were getting ready to sell again, but this time, the Atlanta couple knew they didn’t want to go the traditional route.

IRS Data Proves Trump Tax Cuts Benefited Middle, Working-Class Americans Most: Heartland Institute

Latest income data published by the IRS proves all income brackets benefited substantially from the Republican tax reform law, especially working and middle-income filers.

Smollett Testifies CNN’s Lemon Warned Him Police Were Suspicious Over Alleged FAKE Racist Attack

Will Lemon’s be the next propagandist head to roll at CNN?

Biden’s Border Crisis Is Killing More Americans Than Ever With Spike In Drug Trafficking

Cartels are taking advantage of law enforcement weaknesses and policy failures to smuggle record amounts of fentanyl into the United States.

Texas Using Boats Lined Up on Rio Grande to Stop Flow of Migrants

Texas' Department of Public Safety (DPS) has moved a number of boats to the Rio Grande River, forming a blockade with the intention of stopping migrants from making their way to the U.S. by crossing the body of water.

Unit Labor Costs Surged in 3rd Quarter, Adding to Signs of Persistent Inflation

U.S. unit labor costs rose sharply in the third quarter, while productivity declined at its fastest pace since 1960, adding to signs of persistently high inflation.

NYC To Ban Children From Restaurants, Sports, Band Unless They’re Vaxxed, Require All Workers To Get Jab

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced on Monday a new vaccine mandate for all private sector employees, and confirmed that children 5 or up must get the jab to participate in normal activities, such as band, or school sports.

Biden Plan to Combat Corruption Includes New Real Estate Rules

The White House’s new plan to combat corruption—both domestically and overseas—seeks to, among other things, add new regulations on the real estate industry.

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