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The communist Chinese government is ordering some Christians to take down religious symbols, including crosses, crucifixes, and images of Jesus Christ, and to replace them with communist leaders, according to a new report. The startling report of religious oppression was reported in Bitter Winter, a religious liberty magazine. “All impoverished households in the town were
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Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt said that he filed to dismiss the charges against a St. Louis couple who used their firearms in order to ward off Black Lives Matter protesters from their property. Schmitt posted a lengthy response to the charges from his Twitter account on Monday, where he accused St. Louis Circuit Attorney
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The HBO series I May Destroy You is a complicated and at times nihilistic show set in London exploring the horror of rape. It rightfully calls out sexual violence. However, it also eagerly promotes popular left-wing feminist trends such as a graphic depiction of “period sex.” In the recent episode, “Happy Animals,” on July 20, the show parroted climate change myths,
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In Portland, Oregon, protests — many of which have devolved into violent riots — have raged on for more than 50 consecutive days. The escalating unrest has prompted President Donald Trump to deploy federal officers to the city in an effort to calm the chaos. Critics in the mainstream media continue to defend Antifa, claiming
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Two women who had appeared frequently on Fox News are suing the cable news network over accusations that some of their most popular hosts sexually harassed them. Cathy Areu and Jennifer Eckhart filed a lawsuit on Monday accusing Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity, journalist Howard Kurtz, contributor Gianno Caldwell and Ed Henry of sexual misconduct, including
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The New York Times reports that China is using what amounts to slave labor to manufacture face masks. As the coronavirus pandemic continues to drive demand for personal protective equipment, Chinese companies are rushing to manufacture the gear for domestic and global consumption. A New York Times visual investigation has found that some of those companies are using Uighur
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Former Ohio Republican Gov. John Kasich is slated to speak at the 2020 Democratic National Convention in support of presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden, the Associated Press reported Monday. Kasich was reportedly approached by the campaign and has agreed to speak in support of his former rival party when they gather for the nearly all-virtual
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China and American off-shoring corporations received a rude shock Monday morning when Senator Josh Hawley (R-Missouri) introduced legislation “to hold American companies accountable for slave labor in their supply chains,” largely in Communist mainland China. Sen. Hawley’s office says that The Slave-Free Business Certification Act “increases corporate supply chain disclosure requirements, mandates regular audits, requires
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A gunman dressed as a FedEx deliveryman showed up at the house of U.S. District Judge Esther Salas on Sunday, fatally shooting her son and critically injuring her husband. What are the details? The FBI is investigating after 20-year-old son of U.S. District Judge Judge Esther Salas was fatally shot on Sunday when a gunman
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Conservatives have spent much time and effort discrediting Black Lives Matter, but not enough time reflecting on the failings that created a space for the organization to become so influential. Black Lives Matter openly advocates for causes and beliefs that are in direct opposition to values that Christians and conservatives hold as sacred or foundational.
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A teachers’ union in North Carolina has introduced a long list of demands that need to be met before schools can reopen. The Durham Association of Educators is calling for widescale and sweeping social programs such as universal health care, welfare benefits for illegal immigrants, and a suspension of rents and mortgages. Last week, the
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Following Goya CEO Robert Unanue’s praise for President Trump at a White House event, social media was alight with calls to boycott the food maker. Leading the fight was Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Proving that Twitter isn’t real life, the boycott has already proven to be a failure and it took yet another hit today. The United Bodegas
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Twitter removed a Trump campaign ad on Saturday because the political advertisement used a Linkin Park song, and the alternative rock band objected to having their music used by President Donald Trump. Linkin Park filed a copyright complaint because Trump’s ad had their 2002 song “In the End” as the soundtrack of the video. “Per
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President Donald Trump said Anthony Fauci is a “little bit of an alarmist” in an interview on “Fox News Sunday.” President Trump added that he also has a “very good relationship” with Fauci, one of the lead members of the White House Coronavirus Task Force. In a lengthy interview with Fox News’ Chris Wallace recorded
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In a truly scathing public resignation letter posted Tuesday, former New York Times editor Bari Weiss laid bare the “unlawful discrimination, hostile work environment, and constructive discharge” she was subjected to at the so-called “paper of record” because of her moderate opinion. Well, on Sunday’s MediaBuzz, Fox News contributor and Town Hall editor Guy Benson
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President Trump began highlighting Joe Biden’s horrific housing policy in a speech on July 16. The president is framing the policy in stark language by letting voters know that Joe Biden wants to “abolish the suburbs.” It would be great if this were hyperbole, but it is not. [embedded content] As Trump mentions, Biden’s policy
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Saturday marked the 52nd consecutive night of protests in Portland following George Floyd’s death. Demonstrations elevated to violent levels as the night progressed, and by 11 p.m., the Portland Police Department declared a riot. Rioters broke into the Portland Police Association building on Saturday night and set it on fire. Agitators also started dumpster fires
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With August quickly approaching, many school districts across the country have already mandated online learning for students over fears that congregating students would further spread coronavirus. But according to a recent study in Germany — completed by the Medical Faculty of the TU Dresden and University Hospital Carl Gustav Caru — transmission of COVID-19 among
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