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University of Chicago Announces ‘The Problem With Whiteness’ Course

The University of Chicago (UChicago) is offering a course to students titled “The Problem Of Whiteness” during the Spring 2023 semester, according to the school’s course catalog.

President Biden Signs Bill to Block Rail Strike, Says It Avoids ‘Economic Catastrophe’

President Biden signed into law legislation that will block a rail strike amid the holiday season.

U.S. Military Image Plunging, as Many Cite ‘Woke’ Policies, Extremism in the Ranks

A majority of Americans say top Pentagon leaders are overly focused on partisan politics rather than warfighting, with half saying liberal “woke” practices are undermining U.S. military effectiveness, according to a new poll.

Census Data Shows More Than 1 Million U.S. Same-Sex Households

The American Community Survey reveals there were 1.2 million same-sex U.S. households in 2021, the first time the data has exceeded 1 million.

Mike Lindell Running for RNC Chairman

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell is launching a campaign for Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman against Ronna McDaniel.

ATF Accused of Perverting Laws in a Scheme to Shut Down Gun Shops

A Texas gun shop owner is suing the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives over a new policy used to revoke firearm dealers’ licenses over small clerical errors in paperwork for gun sales, which the lawsuit says is a violation of federal gun laws.

FCC Bans Sales, Import of Chinese Tech from Huawei, ZTE

The U.S. is banning the sale of communications equipment made by Chinese companies Huawei and ZTE and restricting the use of some China-made video surveillance systems, citing an “unacceptable risk” to national security.

W.VA’s Riley Moore Prepares House Run, Vows to Take His Anti-ESG Fight to Washington

The Republican leading the national charge against “woke” financial firms with climate investment policies wants to take his battle to Congress by way of a West Virginia House district.

Lawsuit Seeks To Reverse Fda’s ‘Reckless’ Approval Of Abortion Pills

Foes of the abortion pill are taking their fight to court, accusing the Food and Drug Administration of placing “politics over science” when it sanctioned the two-drug pregnancy-termination regimen in 2000.

VP Harris Meets With China’s Xi In Bid To ‘Keep Lines Open’

Vice President Kamala Harris spoke briefly with Chinese leader Xi Jinping on Saturday in another step toward keeping lines of communication open between the two biggest economies.

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