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Only 3% Of Christian Missionaries Worldwide Focus On ‘Unreached’ People Groups

If you’re an American, it’s common to come in direct or indirect contact with the Gospel or Christianity on any given day. After all, nearly...

U.S. Orders 2.5 Million More Monkeypox Vaccine Doses, as CDC Looks to Expand Vaccine for Kids

The Biden administration today said it ordered 2.5 million more doses of Bavarian Nordic’s Jynneos monkeypox vaccine, while the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said it was seeking to expand the vaccine for children, despite no known cases yet in children in the U.S.

On This Day of the Christian Martyr, Let’s Honor John Chau and Ask Ourselves Some Uncomfortable Questions

John Chau’s murder by tribesmen on North Sentinel Island in 2018 drew worldwide media attention, most of it critical if not downright mocking.

Weird New Disney+ Show ‘Baymax’ Features Transgender Tampon Scene

A new Disney+ series featuring a bizarre character called Baymax who looks like a scuffed Michelin Man features a scene where Baymax takes advice about tampons from a ‘transgender’ person.

Woke ‘Lightyear’ Second-Weekend Box Office Hits Record Pixar Low

Now that their woke animated feature Lightyear has taken a record dive at the box office, the child groomers at the Walt Disney Co. must be truly bummed.

Scientists Call On Federal Court to Follow the Science on Climate Regulation

A group of experts is calling on a US appeals court to follow the science when it comes to carbon regulation, asserting that President...

Survey: American Media Is Least-Trusted Media in the World

Americans trust the media in much smaller percentages than populations of other nations.

Global Influence Shifting From the UN to the World Economic Forum

Is the World Economic Forum replacing the United Nations as the world’s most influential institution?

Pentagon ‘Trampling’ on Freedoms, Say Nearly 600 Service Members Who Refused Vaccine Mandate

A mid-June report is making its way into the hands of U.S. Representatives and Senators.

94 Percent of Medication Not Supported by High-Quality Evidence, Harms Underreported

Less than 6 percent of medical drugs have high-quality evidence to support their benefits, according to a recent study by the University of Oxford.

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