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In allowing gender dysphoric children to ‘decide’ treatment for themselves, is society abdicating its duty of care?

In allowing gender dysphoric children to 'decide' treatment for themselves, is society abdicating its duty of care?

The 3 Most Important Things To Corporate Media Don’t Matter At All (And That’s The Point)

Good government is hard. It’s often boring and unrewarding. Some of the most important policies we can enact won’t make for a good cable news hit -- but we need them.

‘We all must come together now’: Senate Dems struggle for unity to finish $3.5 trillion bill

Senate Democrats are poised to blow past their Wednesday deadline to finish the $3.5 trillion social welfare bill, raising fresh doubts about the party’s ability to hold together and put the bill onto President Biden’s desk.

Afghan population in US surging 50%, most on welfare

The expected welcoming of 65,000 Afghan refugees by the Biden administration is likely to hit local welfare agencies hard if the current use of Medicaid and food stamps by those already here is any indication.

Sean Feucht’s Let Us Worship Tour Returns To DC For 9/11 ‘Day Of Prayer For America’

In conjunction with the "Let Us Worship" tour, revivalist Sean Feucht is inviting all Christians to the nation's Capitol for a National Day of Prayer on Saturday, September 11.

NIH Began Study on Vaccine Safety For Pregnant Women AFTER Many Moms Had Taken The Jab

'However, we lack robust, prospective clinical data on vaccination in these populations'

Why Biden Has Decided to Lift Veil of Secrecy on 9/11 Inquiry Papers 20 Years After Tragedy

The US Justice Department is expected to release several batches of documents related to the 9/11 terror attacks in the next six months. The first batch is due to be declassified no later than 11 September 2021. Here we examine what has prompted the Biden administration's move.

Herschel Walker files to run for US Senate in Georgia

Former University of Georgia football legend Herschel Walker has filed to run for U.S. Senate in Georgia, becoming the most prominent Republican to line up to challenge incumbent Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-Ga.).

What is really going on between Beijing and Washington in the South China Sea?

In today's polarised world, the situation in this hugely significant region of the Pacific is frequently portrayed as either Chinese expansionism or American imperialism. As ever, the truth of the matter is much more complicated.

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