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January 10, 2022

Best Female "Jeopardy!" Winner is Actually a Man

"Jeopardy!" contestant Amy Schneider has now topped $1 million in winnings, making her "the highest-earning woman in the show's history." There's just one problem. Schneider is not a woman. ...

January 10, 2022

Expelling Smut From School Libraries

Parents aren't the only ones expressing outrage over the increasingly graphic and sexual content in public school libraries.  Oklahoma is the latest state to fight back with proposed legislation to ...

January 06, 2022

An Important Resolution for 2022

As we begin 2022, individuals across the country are focused on New Year's resolutions. Whether a commitment to spiritual growth, healthier living, academic or career pursuits, or family goals … ...

December 17, 2021

Supreme Court Will Consider Public Funding of Christian Schools

Can parents use funds from a public aid program to send their children to Christian schools? That issue is currently before the Supreme Court, and it could have a massive impact on education in ...

December 16, 2021

Democrats Still Pushing for Court-Packing

The U.S. Supreme Court recently heard oral arguments in a pivotal abortion case, and the justices seem willing to reconsider Roe v. Wade.  Now, Democrat lawmakers are renewing their push to pack the ...

December 15, 2021

Male Swimmer Dominating… In Women's Circuit

Will Thomas was a strong swimmer for the University of Pennsylvania's men's swimming team. But now Lia Thomas is shattering records for the women's swimming team. What's the problem? It's the same ...

December 14, 2021

Chicago Expels Sex-Specific Restrooms from Public Schools

Boys and girls restrooms are a thing of the past in woke Chicago. Public school bathrooms will now be "gender-neutral," a change that Chicago Public Schools (CPS) refers to as a "big step forward for ...

December 13, 2021

Texas Continues to Battle for the Lives of Unborn Children

The FDA allows the abortion pill through 10 weeks of pregnancy. Not true in Texas! The state has passed a law limiting the abortion pill to seven weeks, banning mail-order sales, requiring in-person ...