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Voddie Baucham, John Macarthur Emphasize Culture’s Hatred of Christians, Avoiding Compromise at Conservative Baptist Network Event

On Sunday (June 12), the lead up to the annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention in Anaheim, California, kicked off with events geared toward pastors and church messengers and which focused on the issues the Convention faces in the days ahead.

Story Hour: How Drag Queen Shows for Minors Have Become Increasingly Common

Texas state Rep. Bryan Slaton (R) to announce he would introduce legislation prohibiting minors to be present for such events.

Big Tech and Big Oil Brace for New Liberal Majority at FTC

Democrats have regained a majority at the Federal Trade Commission, enabling Chairwoman Lina Khan to advance an aggressive and liberal anti-monopoly and consumer protection agenda focusing on Big Tech and major oil companies.

Increase in Reactivated Viruses Following COVID-19 Booster Shots: Dr. Richard Urso

Some viruses, after initial infection, remain latent in the body for a lifetime and may reactivate to cause infection again or a different condition.

Yale Law Under Fire From Senators, Attorneys General for Not Punishing Free Speech Shutdown

Similar controversy at Emory Law School apparently resolved when student government finally agrees to recognize free speech group.

Matt Gaetz Calls to End Disney $600 Million ‘Tax Cheat’ Loophole

Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) charged in an op-ed Friday that the Florida legislature should end Disney’s $600 million tax cheat loophole.

Some Churches Embracing Reparations in Effort to Make Amends for ‘Active Role’ in Slavery

Some American churches have started setting aside money for slavery reparations after speaking up about various ways in which their churches profited from slavery in some capacity.

FDA Official Says US Government Plans to Push Annual COVID-19 Shots

An executive officer at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said in a newly released video that President Joe Biden’s administration plans to push annual COVID-19 vaccine shots.

DeSantis proposes historic level of education funding, increasing pay for teachers

Gov. Ron DeSantis’ proposed fiscal 2023 budget would dedicate an historic $23.9 billion in funding to education, of which $13.3 billion would go to K-12 public schools serving Florida’s nearly 3 million students.

The Military’s Turn to Wokeness Shows the US Faces No Real Military Threats

Over the course of this year, conservatives have expressed a number of grievances they have with the US military.

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