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New King of England Tied to Globalist World Economic Forum

King Charles took the throne after his mother's death on Thursday.

Queen Elizabeth II’s Coffin Takes Long Road Through Scotland

In a somber, regal procession, Queen Elizabeth II’s flag-draped coffin was driven slowly through the Scottish countryside Sunday from her beloved Balmoral Castle to...

Federer: September 11th—Political Islam’s Long War on the West

By William J. Federer September 10, 2022 Americans remember December 7th as the tragic date Pearl Harbor was attacked. The Confederacy remembered the defeat at Gettysburg. In a...

King Charles III, in First Address, Vows ‘Lifelong Service’

King Charles III vowed in his first speech as monarch Friday to carry on Queen Elizabeth II’s “lifelong service” with his own modernizing stamp, as Britain entered an uncertain new age under a new sovereign.

Queen Elizabeth II Dead at 96 After 70 Years on the Throne

Queen Elizabeth II, Britain’s longest-reigning monarch and a symbol of stability in a turbulent era that saw the decline of the British empire and embarrassing dysfunction in her own family, died Thursday after 70 years on the throne. She was 96.

Queen Elizabeth II Dead at 96 After 70 Years on the Throne

Britain’s longest-reigning monarch and a rock of stability across much of a turbulent century, died Thursday after 70 years on the throne. She was 96.

‘Mind-Boggling Negligence’: How the Feds Consistently Got COVID Wrong

From masks and distancing to vaccines and therapeutics, federal pronouncements and actions have confidently rebuffed contrary evidence before sometimes — quietly — coming around.

The Remarkable Apathy About Biden-Family Corruption

On the menu today: President Biden and China’s Xi Jinping are expected to have their first in-person meeting in Indonesia this November, leading some to argue that the administration should set preconditions for Xi before granting him a face-to-face meeting with the American president.

AP Exposes the Tuskegee Syphilis Study: The 50th Anniversary

On July 25, 1972, Jean Heller, a reporter on The Associated Press investigative team, then called the Special Assignment Team, broke news that rocked the nation.

Court Overrules School District That Banned Father Who Exposed Obscene Library Books

In a victory for concerned public school parents across the country, a federal judge issued a temporary restraining order overturning an attempt from school administrators in Maine to ban a vocal critic from district property for expressing his disagreement with their policies.

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