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Study Finds Practicing Christians More Hopeful, Happy

Research has confirmed that people who actively practice their faith are more hopeful and are less likely to be unhappy in periods of isolation as those imposed by the COVID-19 lockdowns.

Nearly 30% of Americans Identify as Religious ‘Nones’

A poll from Pew Research found that 28% of Americans are religious "nones."

UCLA Medical School Ends ‘Antiracist’ Exercise Segregating Students

UCLA's medical school ended an exercise that segregated students after a civil rights complaint was filed.

University of Michigan’s Diversity Spending Increased 66% in One Year

The University of Michigan’s (UM) spending on diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) increased 66% in one school year.

Lawsuit Alleges Arizona School District Instruct Students How to Hide Gender Identity From Parents

America First Legal (AFL) is representing Rachel Walden in her lawsuit against Mesa Public Schools and Superintendent Andi Fourlis.

Anti-Socialist Javier Milei Becomes President of Argentina

Economist Javier Milei was elected President of Argentina on November 19 and will take office on December 10.

National Security Agency Creates Woke Glossary

The National Security Agency (NSA) published a glossary providing definitions of terms used in "dialogue regarding diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice."

Mental Health Organizations Push Trans Ideology in Schools

Leading mental health organizations have pushed their support of transgender ideology onto school counselors.

Anaheim High Schools Approve 16 ‘Ethnic Studies’ Courses

Parents Defending Education (PDE) learned through a public records request that Anaheim Union High School District in California has approved 16 Ethnic Studies courses.

City in Ohio Bans ‘Faith-Based’ Items From Festival Booths

The city of Groveport, Ohio reportedly banned the sale of "faith-based" items during its annual Apple Butter Day festival this year.

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