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A Tale of Two Crises: The Gas Pump and the Border

It was the best of times … well, actually, nowhere in Joe Biden’s America was it the best of times. But it was the worst of times at the southern border. And it was the worst of times at the gas pump.

Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer Announces Retirement Date After Landmark Abortion Decision

Liberal U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer has announced that he will step down from the high court, effective Thursday at noon.

EU Renews Digital COVID Pass Despite 99% Negative Public Feedback

Acting on a proposal of the European Commission, the European Parliament, as expected, voted on June 23 to renew the EU Digital COVID Certificate...

New Bill Would Mandate Federal Reserve to Promote ‘Racial and Economic Justice’

A new bill would extend the Federal Reserve’s mandate to promote “racial and economic justice,” prompting concerns as to whether this would lead to discrimination.

NFL Player Khari Willis Walks Away From Millions to Pursue Ministry

Earlier this month, Indianapolis Colts starter Khari Willis was excused from team activities, including a mandatory minicamp, for “personal reasons.”

More than 99% of Monkeypox Patients Identify as ‘Gay’ or Similar Amid ‘Pride Month’: U.K. Health Security Agency

151 of 152 Monkeypox patients interviewed identified as homosexual, British gov't says.

Paint It Black: Mourning the Month of June

June. It’s here. In all its rainbow glory. Or should I say shame?

Deaths Spike in Highly Vaccinated Australia

Data shows deaths in Australia are on the rise, however the timing in close proximity to the government’s mass mRNA vaccination campaign is suspicious, says one researcher.

Five Biggest Supreme Court Cases to Watch

The U.S. Supreme Court tends to issue its biggest decisions in June.

Russia Targets Western-Supplied Tank Depot In Kiev In Rare Cruise Missile Attack

Kiev pounded by rockets for the first time in a month on Sunday.

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