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‘Reverence for Life’ – American Minute with Bill Federer

Albert Schweitzer was born January 14, 1875, in a village in Alsace, Germany. The son of a Lutheran-Evangelical pastor, he won acclaim at playing the organ. He...

Navy Commander Says U.S. Seeing More Attempts by Foreigners to Come On Military Bases

U.S. Fleet Forces Command Commander Admiral Daryl Caudle stated during a recent interview that attempted penetrations of military bases by foreign nationals "is happening more and more."

Former Texas District Attorney Official Pleads Guilty to Smuggling Illegals in Government Vehicle

A former official from the Starr County District Attorney’s Office pleaded guilty last week to smuggling illegal immigrants from the border in a government vehicle.

National Days of Prayer – American Minute with Bill Federer

Do you know America’s tradition of Days of Prayer? In Alexander Young’s Chronicles of the Pilgrims, (Boston, 1841), Edward Winslow recounted: “Drought and the like … moved...

Author of Review Highlighting ‘Weak Evidence’ for Gender Care Avoiding Public Transportation

Dr. Hilary Cass, the author of the report submitted to England’s National Health Service (NHS) discussing "gender-affirming care" for minors, revealed that she is avoiding public transportation for her safety.

UCLA School of Medicine DEI Official Plagiarized Dissertation

UCLA School of Medicine's diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) official, Natalie J. Perry allegedly plagiarized sections of her dissertation.

Man Sets Himself Ablaze Outside Trump Trial, Leaves Online Manifesto

A man who set himself on fire outside Donald Trump’s Manhattan trial left behind an online manifesto warning of an “apocalyptic fascist world coup,”...

Complaint Alleges Harvard Diversity, Inclusion Officer Plagiarized Work

Sherri Ann Charleston, Harvard University's Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, has been accused of plagiarism.

Harvard-Linked Teaching Hospital Pulls Papers After Allegations of False Data

The Harvard University-linked Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston is looking to pull dozens of papers authored by its leading researchers after allegations of data falsification.

Supreme Court Allows Federal Agents to Cut Razor Wire on Southern Border

The Supreme Court allowed Border Patrol agents in Texas to cut razor wire installed along the U.S.-Mexico border on Monday.

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