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Patriotism fueled military enlistment after 9/11, remains strong 20 years later

Army Sgt. Maj. Michael Carter clearly remembers the horrific scenes of the flame-filled Twin Towers imploding against the New York City skyline.

Biden unemployment benefits slowed economic recovery

'Often paid better than working'

Recall the California Ideology

A careening Golden State is heading for a colossal train wreck. Voters will have to pick between the incompetent engineer or the private passenger rushing into the cab to get the engine back on track.

China bans effeminate men on TV, discourages ‘vulgar internet celebrities,’ wants ‘revolutionary culture’ promoted

In the wake of forbidding children under the age of 18 to play video games for more than three hours a week, China's communist government has now banned effeminate men on television, discouraged "vulgar internet celebrities," and instead wants the country's "revolutionary culture" promoted, National Public Radio reported.

COVID Vaccine Injury Reports Jump by 27,000 in One Week, FDA Pulls ‘Bait and Switch’ With Pfizer Vaccine Approval

VAERS data released Friday by the CDC showed a total of 623,343 reports of adverse events from all age groups following COVID vaccines, including 13,627 deaths and 84,466 serious injuries between Dec. 14, 2020 and Aug. 20, 2021.

FDA Grants Full Approval of Pfizer Vaccine, Critics Blast Agency for Lack of Data, Scientific Debate

Critics said it was concerning that full approval was based on only six months’ worth of data — despite clinical trials designed for two years — and that there was no public discussion of the data.

Conservative Platform Takes On Task of Countering Beijing Threat

In this election, it is imperative that leaders show they recognize the reality of China as a rising, antagonistic superpower with which we can no longer endeavour to be partners. Also crucial is that they articulate a well-designed plan to handle Beijing as it continues to make the international order more unpredictable.

U.S. Surgeon General Expects Businesses, Universities To Impose Vaccine Mandates As FDA Approves Pfizer

U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy predicts there will be more vaccine mandates in the near future. On Sunday, he said he could see universities and businesses imposing vaccine requirements.

Divinity Student Fought His ‘Anti-Racist’ Seminary—and Won

Forced school to 'acknowledge the difference between education and indoctrination'

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