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University That Employs Clarence Thomas Shuts Down Students’ Attempt to Remove Him From Teaching Position

The college at which Justice Clarence Thomas teaches law will not cave into a petition calling for his removal as an adjunct professor.

Another Food Processing Plant Shutters Operations, Adding to Long List of Closures

A top food processing plant will be closing down one of its facilities in Campbell County, Tennessee, adding to the long list of closures over the last year.

Tesla Model S Spontaneously Bursts Into Flames at California Junkyard

A Tesla Model S spontaneously burst into flames at a California junkyard earlier this month and fire crews used thousands of gallons of water to put out the blaze, the Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District said.

China Shuts Down Popular Christian Website Amid Crackdown on Religious Groups

The latest victim of the Chinese Communist Party’s ongoing crackdown against Christianity in cyberspace is a well-known Christian website which has disappeared after serving believers for about 21 years, according to a report.

Global Recession Looming as China Shuts Down Supply Lines

China is using its new Covid lockdowns to slow down supply lines to the United States, according to one analyst.

In Global Freedom of Speech Win, Court Clears Finnish Official of ‘Hate Speech’ for Sharing Faith-Based Views on Marriage, Sexuality

In a globally watched case United States senators had worried would result in a “secular blasphemy law,” a Finnish court has ruled it should not be in the business of interpreting “biblical concepts.”

Aid Volunteers in Ukraine Facing Trauma Themselves

Volunteers seeking to aid some of the 3 million refugees coming across the border from Ukraine are experiencing anguish themselves, a trauma therapy counselor told The Epoch Times on March 15.

Canadian Truckers Hit the Road in Fight Over Vaccine Mandates

“We are taking our fight to the doorsteps of our federal government and demanding that they cease all mandates against its people.”

Michigan State U. Allows 15,000 Basketball Fans at Sold-Out Games but Shuts Down In-Person Learning in January

Michigan State University won't allow for in-person learning until the final day of January, but at the same time had no problem opening up the school's arena for nearly 15,000 screaming fans to attend every Spartans' home basketball game this month.

Hillsdale College’s Larry Arnn on Lockdowns, Education, and the Tyranny of Experts

The government’s pandemic response, while telling people to “follow the science” of its experts, has adopted a model of tyranny by the experts who have twisted the true spirit of science, according to Dr. Larry Arnn, president of Hillsdale College.

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