New York Times to Release ‘Nice White Parents’ Series Blaming White Parents for Achievement Gap
The New York Times announced Thursday it is releasing a new podcast series titled Nice White Parents, about how white parents are preventing black and brown children from succeeding in public schools. Read More.
Fauci's infectious disease agency broke federal spending law and rules, audits show
NIAID violated 'time' and 'amount' rules and Anti-Deficiency Act by spending tax dollars before they were appropriated, Inspector General reports show. Read More.
Bokhari: GOP Lawmakers Shouldn’t Let Amazon Off the Hook for Censorship
Amazon founder and CEO (and owner of the far-left Washington Post) Jeff Bezos is set to testify before the House Judiciary Committee next week, alongside the heads of Google, Facebook and Apple, over growing antitrust concerns about the tech giants. Read More.
'Predictable': Supreme Court transgender decision leads to religious liberty legal battle
A transgender man filed a lawsuit against a Catholic-run hospital in Maryland, citing in his complaint June's landmark Supreme Court decision on transgender rights. Read More.
Fordham Student Banned from Campus over Post Commemorating Tiananmen Square Massacre
A Fordham University student is threatening to sue the university after it placed him on disciplinary probation for Instagram posts commemorating the Tiananmen Square Massacre and memorializing a black retired police officer killed during a riot in St. Louis, Mo., last month. Read More.
States split over exempting religious schools from pandemic closures
As many states prepare to keep students' learning online in the fall, some are weighing whether to extend religious exemptions to schools run by churches. Read More.
White House Says 40 U.S. Code 1315 Gives Trump, DHS Jurisdiction To Act In Portland
White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany cited 40 U.S. Code 1315 as evidence Tuesday that the Department of Homeland Security is operating within its lawful jurisdiction in Portland, Oregon. Read More.
Twitter Blacklists 7,000 ‘QAnon’ Accounts, Limits 150,000 Others
In a sweeping move across the platform, Twitter has banned 7,000 accounts related to the “QAnon” movement and limited another 150,000. Read More.
California Churches Fight Back Against Gov. Newsom’s Crackdown on Worship
Churches are fighting back against California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s orders to keep churches shuttered, even forbidding singing in small groups who are gathering to worship on Sunday. Read More.
Joe Biden Wants Schools to Teach About ‘Islamic Faith’
Joe Biden told a Muslim group on Monday he wishes schools would teach more about the “Islamic faith.” Read More.
Another Catholic Hospital Sued for Refusing Transgender Hysterectomy
It is open season on Catholic hospitals as secularists try to coerce these institutions to violate Church doctrine in the provision of medical services. Read More.
Pennsylvania Senate approves constitutional amendments to limit governor's emergency powers
Constitutional amendments meant to limit the governor’s emergency powers passed the Senate this week, officially clearing the first hurdle in the path to the ballot. Read More.
Exclusive — Mike Pence on Big Tech Censorship: ‘We Got to Call Them Out’
ONALASKA, Wisconsin —Vice President Mike Pence told Breitbart News that Republicans and supporters of President Donald Trump should call out powerful Silicon Valley technology companies for censoring conservatives. Read More.
There’s No Such Thing as a Federal Mask-Wearing Mandate
Reporters keep asking White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany if the president will consider a mask-wearing mandate. Read More.
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