Employee Fired in Ohio Over ‘Straight Pride’ Social Media Post

An employee with an Ohio news station was fired after she posted about “straight pride” on social media.

‘Freedom is Not Free’ – American Minute with Bill Federer

"FREEDOM IS NOT FREE" is the inscription on the Korean War Memorial in Washington, D.C. The Korean War started June 25, 1950. Communist North Korea invaded South Korea, killing thousands. Outnumbered South Korean and American troops, as...

State Department Expresses Condolences to Adversary Iranian President’s Death

The State Department offered condolences to Iran after the death of its president, Ebrahim Raisi.

Columbia Student Banned From Campus After Threatening to ‘Murder Zionists’

Columbia University banned the student who discussed "murdering Zionists" from campus following the incident.

Newsom Plan: Arizona Doctors Could Perform Abortions in California to Counter Ban

In a move to counter Arizona's restrictive abortion law, California Governor Gavin Newsom proposed allowing Arizona doctors to perform abortions in California for their...

Study Shows More Young People Are Choosing ‘Permanent’ Sterilization

Researchers found an “abrupt increase” in the number of young people undergoing permanent sterilization procedures recently.

Courage, an American Virtue: General Michael Flynn

Americans have a long history of courage, boldly defending their beliefs with unwavering resolve.

Trump Rally Coverage Tops Cable News Ratings, Biden Interview Trails Behind

Former President Donald Trump's recent rally coverage outshone MSNBC's much-hyped interview with President Joe Biden, landing the ex-president's event as the second most-watched hour...

Jesse Watters Slams Biden’s Apology to Laken Riley’s Killer, Questions Immigration Stance

Fox News host Jesse Watters criticized President Biden on Monday for his 2024 campaign stance and his statement expressing regret over referring to the...

James Otis, The Stamp Act, and the Boston Massacre – American Minute with Bill Federer

After the French and Indian war, King George the Third to decided to keep troops in the American colonies in case of future attacks by the French or their Indian allies. To fund...

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