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Justice has been done in the Kyle Rittenhouse case

Kyle Rittenhouse has been acquitted of all charges brought against him for the shooting of two men who pursued him and threatened his person during the Kenosha, Wisconsin, riots of 2020.

Sociology Professor Charged With Starting 4 California Wildfires

A former criminal justice professor was charged by a federal grand jury for allegedly starting four California wildfires in Northern California earlier in 2021.

In South Texas, The Border Crisis Threatens To Become A Constitutional Crisis

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott thinks border states must take action in the face of federal inaction. But is it too little, too late?

Economic Discontent, Criticisms of Biden Lift GOP to Record Early Advantage: ABC Poll

According to ABC News/Washington Post surveys spanning back 40 years, Republican congressional candidates hold the greatest advantage in midterm election vote preferences.

Why America Needs National Conservatism

Today’s central challenge is an aggressive, ascendant radical left. Incremental reform won’t counter it.

New Anti-Woke University ‘Dedicated to the Fearless Pursuit of Truth’: University of Austin

"We're done waiting for America's universities to fix themselves."

Christian Actor Sues Broadway Production Company For Terminating Him Because Of His Religious Beliefs

A Christian actor reportedly sued a Broadway production company in October for terminating him due to his religious beliefs.

WaPo Issues Massive Correction About Steele Dossier, Says It Can Not Stand By The Accuracy Of Two Stories

The Washington Post reported Friday it deleted and corrected portions of two articles about the Steele Dossier after the paper decided it “could no longer stand by the accuracy of those elements of the story.”

Witness Testifies Rittenhouse Tried to ‘De-Escalate’ Riot, Rosenbaum Charged Him from Behind

Real America’s Voice correspondent Drew Hernandez corroborated Kyle Rittenhouse’s testimony that he acted in self-defense when he shot and killed Joseph Rosenbaum last summer.

Southern and Asbury Seminaries Sue Over Biden Vaccine Mandate

The largest Baptist and Methodist schools are among the first to challenge the requirements for employees as unauthorized and unconstitutional.

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