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Biological men take 2 of 3 top spots in Illinois women's cycling championship
Men won the gold and silver medals in the women's singlespeed category at the Illinois State Cyclocross Championships on Dec. 3, leaving only one spot on the medal podium in the women's race for a woman. Read More.
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Trump derangement has made the man into an international superhero
Former President Donald Trump isn't just winning big in America; he's spreading! Read More.
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Black Friday polls are dark for Left: Most homes now armed; Bidenomics hurting voters
A pair of polls released over the Thanksgiving holiday do not bode well for the Democrat Party's soft-on-crime policies and advocacy of Bidenomics as an inflation cure. Read More.
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What's happened to Wall Street? It has headed South . . . literally
Let's face it. Anyone who works in, or just visits, the Wall Street area of Manhattan can't deny the aura of power and money isn't what it was 20, 30 or 50 years ago. Read More.
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Study: Wealthiest 1 percent of global elites emit as much carbon as 5 billion people
The wealthiest 70 million people on planet Earth are spewing as much carbon as five billion people, according to an analysis published on Sunday by the nonprofit Oxfam International. Read More.
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One of the top ranked women in pool refuses to play against biological males
Alexandra Cunha, the world's fifth-ranked female pool player, is refusing to play against biological males in women's professional competitions, a report said. Read More.
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Small Michigan town ousts entire governing board that sold out to CCP-tied firm
Residents of Green Charter Township in Michigan voted overwhelmingly on Tuesday to recall all five members of the town's governing board after they repeatedly ignored local opposition to building a production facility for a Chinese company tied to the ruling Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Read More.
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Texas Rangers win first World Series; Only MLB team not to host ‘pride night’
Up until Wednesday night, the Texas Rangers were one of just six Major League Baseball franchises to have never won a World Series. Read More.
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‘Gender-affirming’ pioneer: 'Something has gone very wrong'
Dr. Riittakerttu Kaltiala a Finnish-born and trained adolescent psychiatrist and the chief psychiatrist in the department of adolescent psychiatry at Finland’s Tampere University Hospital, said that "Medicine, unfortunately, is not immune to dangerous groupthink that results in patient harm." Read More.
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The great 'Green Energy Transition' that wasn't
Amazingly, less than 10% of all new car sales over the last two years were EVs. This is despite the fact that the U.S. government is writing a $7,500 check to people for buying an EV, and some states are kicking in $5,000 more. Read More.
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Your tax dollars at work: Facial feminization surgery for trans troops
U.S. military personnel are not only undergoing sex change surgeries on the taxpayers' dime, they’re also receiving additional treatments such as “facial feminization.” Read More.
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In ultra-woke Canada, 50-year-old man is allowed in swimming competition for 13 and 14-year-old girls
A 50-year-old man who identifies as a "girl" was allowed into the locker room and to compete in a swimming competition near Toronto with girls aged 13 and 14. Read More.
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'After Death': New film from 'Sound of Freedom' studio already getting rave reviews
Angel Studios, which brought the world the box office hit "Sound of Freedom", is set to release "After Death", a Christian-centric film which explores what happens when we die. Read More.
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3 years later: ‘Epidemic of Fraud: Hydroxychloroquine’ set for November release
Over the last three years, Broken Truth has investigated the fraud behind the hydroxychloroquine story and it is now set to release a documentary on its findings after a limited distribution of its initial production in late 2020. Read More.
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Report: Police detective found half of sudden infant deaths occurred soon after vaccination
A former police detective claimed that about half of the sudden infant death cases she investigated showed the child had received a vaccination in the previous 48 hours. Read More.

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