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Virginia judge orders school board to reinstate teacher suspended for denouncing proposed gender policy

    A circuit court judge in Loudoun County, Virginia, has granted a temporary injunction to and ordered the immediate reinstatement of Byron “Tanner” Cross, an elementary school teacher who was suspended in late May for speaking out during a school board meeting and condemning a proposed pronoun and gender policy.   Quick Facts  ...

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The medical community has been infected with “wokeism” — but patients will be the ones who suffer

  In a symptom of an underlying disease that’s taking hold in the medical community, the editor of the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) was forced to resign this week after his deputy questioned the terminology of “structural racism” in a podcast.   Quick Facts   In February, Dr. Edward Livingston, the host...

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The Hill runs a hit piece on Chip and Joanna Gaines and embarrasses itself

    Christian celebrities like Chip and Joanna Gaines are often the target of media attacks, but in one outlet’s hope to take a swipe at the couple for financially supporting what they wanted its readers to believe was an anti-leftist cause, they got it laughably wrong: The Gaines had only donated $1,000 to the...

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Students in Connecticut and Michigan arrested and facing jail time for offensive comments made on Snapchat

    A 16-year-old student in Connecticut was recently arrested under a 100-year-old law intended for advertisements because he used a racial slur and made racist comments on Snapchat, while a college student in Michigan is facing terror charges for a Snapchat post about “snowflakes,” highlighting the battle over free speech in America.   Quick...

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Wrestler and Hollywood actor John Cena backs down and apologizes to China for calling Taiwan a ‘country’

    World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) star John Cena, who is famous for staring down his opponents, blinked when faced with an angry China and soon thereafter could be seen on video apologizing profusely for the “mistake” of describing Taiwan as a “country.”   Quick Facts   Wrestling star and actor John Cena referred to...

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Conservatives aim to ‘break glass jaw’ of woke corporations

    As corporations become increasingly political, conservative groups are treating them as political actors and launching an ad campaign to call them out.   Quick Facts   Various conservative groups have formed to challenge “woke” corporations, including the Unsilenced Majority, the Center to Protect Voters and Their Voices, and Consumers’ Research. The Consumers First...

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‘Unifier’ Biden cancels the National Garden of American Heroes

    During his inaugural address, President Joe Biden pledged to “unite” America, but evidently such unification requires a scorched-earth campaign to do away with every aspect of the Trump administration, including Trump’s plan to create a memorial for beloved American heroes admired by both liberals and conservatives.   Quick Facts   Biden said he...

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Cancel culture has real cost for Virginia police lieutenant and his cancer-stricken wife

    Norfolk Police Lt. William Kelly, who was fired from his job after anonymously donating to the legal defense fund of Kyle Rittenhouse, has filed a grievance with the city protesting his abrupt termination.   Quick Facts   Kelly was fired in April, just 10 months before he would have reached 20 years with...

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Author J.K. Rowling’s nuanced take on transgenderism proves that not even the most credentialed progressives are safe from the outrage mob

    J.K. Rowling is one of the world’s most successful authors — not just of her generation and not just of the children’s literature genre. She is one of the most successful authors of all time, period.   Her instant-classic Harry Potter series, written between the years 1997 and 2007, has been loved by...

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School chaplain in the U.K. reported to anti-terror agency for telling students that it’s okay to question the LGBT agenda

    For a person to be reported to an anti-terrorism agency, one would expect that they had been frequenting extremist websites and message boards, writing a manifesto, or building bombs in their basement, but for one Christian school in the United Kingdom, simply questioning LGBT orthodoxy was enough to warrant the designation.   Quick...

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