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    China’s Latest Hong Kong Crackdown

    The first person to be tried under Hong Kong’s new national security law was convicted of inciting secession and terrorism over an incident that occurred during a protest against the very law by which he was charged.  Tong Ying-kit, 24, was driving a motorcycle when he collided into a group of police officers. He was […] More

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    A Cuban Murder Mystery

    In the past month, awareness on the harsh effects of socialism and communism along with the value of personal freedom have been further revealed to the world by the protests and crackdowns that have occurred in Cuba. As the internet and communications have been shut down in the nation, it has been difficult to come […] More

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    Chinese Military Increases Tensions

    Tensions between India and China continue to escalate over the long disputed border land of the Himalayas. In reporting from the CBN (Christian Broadcast News), both sides are increasing forces along the border in preparation to defend their claim over the territory. Threats have risen over the past year since a previous deadly dispute between […] More

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    The Front Lines: War on Abortion

    This week I had the absolute pleasure of interviewing Emily Berning. As one of the creators of Let Them Live, an organization dedicated to supporting financially struggling Mothers who are considering abortion by taking donations and offering assistance through the process of ultimately deciding to and giving birth, Emily took the time to answer questions […] More

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    Black Conservative and Former NFL Player Runs for Senate

    At first glance, Herschel Walker has a coveted political profile for a potential Senate candidate in Georgia. He was a football hero at the University of Georgia before his long NFL career. He’s a business owner whose chicken products are distributed across the U.S. And he’s a Black conservative with backing from former President Donald […] More

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    A next step for female equality

    The Senate Armed Services Committee has approved language in its annual defense policy bill that would require women to register for the draft. The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) approved by the committee behind closed doors Wednesday “amends the Military Selective Service Act to require the registration of women for Selective Service,” according to a […] More

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    Fauci Continues Wuhan Lab Denial

    The “most likely” origin for COVID-19 is in nature in the absence of any recent “concrete evidence” supporting the Wuhan lab leak hypothesis, according to President Joe Biden’s chief medical adviser. Dr. Anthony Fauci, who is director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, made the comments following a new report contending that […] More

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    Iran’s Ayatollah Khamenei Turns Fire on ‘Evil’ U.S.

    Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei used his address marking the start of the holy Hajj season to condemn U.S. policy in the Middle East, even as major protests erupt in the south of the country following severe drought and power outages. Khamenei posted a series of tweets on his English-language account early on Monday, […] More

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    Federal Decriminalization of Marijuana Introduced in the Senate

    Senate Majority Leader Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.) introduced legislation Wednesday to decriminalize marijuana at the federal level, vowing to use his clout as majority leader toward reversing policies and laws that he says have caused significant harm to the lives of thousands of Americans. The draft bill, which is co-sponsored by Sens. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) […] More

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    Biden Released a 19-year Detainee from Guantanamo Bay

    He was captured in 2001 by Pakistani agents, and has been in Guantanamo since 2002. The US accuses him of involvement with the Taliban, but, like many Guantanamo detainees, he was never charged with a crime. Nasser was recommended for release in 2016, the Times reported, but he stayed there under the Trump administration, which […] More

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    Are China Officials Calling for Atomic Bombing of Japan?

    Communist Party officials in northwestern China appear to be advocating a “continuous” atomic bombing of Japan after their social media account shared a controversial viral video over the weekend. Still live on the YouTube-like platform Xigua, under an account run by the Baoji Municipal Committee of the Communist Party of China, the video calls for Beijing to launch nuclear strikes […] More

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    Why Texas Democrats May Be Arrested

    The Texas House of Representatives on Tuesday voted 76-4 to sic police on Democrats who left the chamber Monday in order to block a vote on election legislation. “Public pressure is going to get them to return to Texas – I don’t think it will come to them being handcuffed,” says Texas State Rep. Matt […] More

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