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Elon Musk vows to destroy 'woke mind virus' that turned his son trans
Elon Musk said that he was "tricked" into believing that his son would commit suicide if he was not given puberty blockers to transition to female. Read More.
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Study: Excess deaths caused by public health response, not Covid virus
The main causes of death globally during the Covid pandemic was the public health establishment’s mandates and lockdowns that caused severe stress, harmful medical interventions, and the so-called vaccines, according to a new study which examined excess mortality in 125 nations. Read More.
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Trump challenges Biden to golf match; Team Biden declines
On Tuesday at the Trump National Doral Miami Golf Resort, the former president, who has real golf credentials, said he was "officially challenging Crooked Joe to an 18-hole golf match right here,” adding that he would “give Joe Biden ten strokes a side.” Read More.
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Are you consuming cricket flour, roach milk and mealworms, without even knowing it?
If your food seems a bit crunchier than before, don't be surprised if there's the remains of some kind of creepy crawly in there. Read More.
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CNN and PBS agree: Cows and other livestock are bad news
Enjoy your cheeseburgers and steaks when you fire up the grill because they may not be available much longer. Read More.
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Tractor Supply Co. putting brakes on woke policies after conservative backlash
Tractor Supply Co. recently has been nationally recognized for its Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) efforts in the workplace. Last year, the Brentwood, Tennessee-based company made Bloomberg’s Gender Equality Index and Newsweek’s inaugural list of America’s Greatest Workplaces for Diversity. Read More.
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Huh? Japan defeats U.S. team in World Junior Football Championship
On Wednesday, a team of Japanese boys beat the American team in the IFAF U20 World Junior Football Championships semifinals. The score was 41-20. Read More.
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For unpopular climate cultists, the courts are their last, best hope
Things aren't going well at all for the global warming crusaders. Despite hundreds of billions of tax dollars spent on green energy over the past decade, the world and America used more fossil fuels than ever before in history last year. Read More.
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Zero 8th graders at LeBron James school in Akron have passed state math test since 2019
The I Promise School, an elementary school in Akron, Ohio, was founded by NBA superstar LeBron James with the intent of helping students who had preformed poorly in other public schools. Read More.
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‘I Was Gonna Be’: Powerful new country hit takes perspective of aborted baby
Rachel Holt's new single "I Was Gonna Be" has skyrocketed to No. 1 on the Country Music Videos Chart and to No. 5 on Apple Music/iTunes. Read More.
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Louisiana requires Ten Commandments in all public school, university classrooms
Louisiana Republican Gov. Jeff Landry on Wednesday signed legislation that will require the Ten Commandments be displayed in every public school and university classroom in the state. Read More.
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Biological males dominate girls' track competitions in five states
Biological males who identify as females won state championships in girl's track and field this spring in Connecticut, New Hampshire, Maine, Oregon, and Washington state. Read More.
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'Broadband plunder'? $42 billion Biden program hasn't connected anyone with high-speed Internet
In the 2021 infrastructure bill, $42.5 billion was earmarked for the Biden administration to connect Americans with high-speed Internet. Read More.
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'The Chosen One': New music video goes there
A new song and music video is out this week, poised to become the theme song for the legend and greatest of all time known as President Donald J. Trump. Read More.
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About all those jobs Biden claims he added: Report finds 70 percent went to foreign-born workers
Joe Biden's handlers have sent him out on several occasions to boast about adding over 4 million jobs to the U.S. economy. What old Joe doesn't say is that 3.2 million of those jobs went to foreign-born workers while only 971,000 went to native-U.S. citizens. Read More.

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