Iran Sends Warships to Atlantic Amid Venezuela Concerns
An Iranian destroyer and support vessel are now sailing in the Atlantic Ocean in a rare mission far from the Islamic Republic, Iran’s state TV reported on Thursday, without offering the vessels’ final destination. Read More.
Consumer prices jump 5% in May, fastest pace since the summer of 2008
Consumer prices for May accelerated at their fastest pace in nearly 13 years as inflation pressures continued to build in the U.S. economy, the Labor Department reported Thursday. Read More.
When the State Comes for Your Kids
Ahmed is a Pakistani immigrant, a faithful Muslim, and until recently, a financial consultant to Seattle’s high-tech sector. Read More.
New Watchdog Report Shatters The Left’s ‘Photo Op’ Lie About Trump Clearing Rioters In Lafayette Park
An investigation by the inspector general of the U.S. Department of the Interior has found that U.S. Park Police did not clear Lafayette Park on June 1, 2020, so that President Donald Trump could take a photo in front of St. John’s Church. Read More.
Trans activist says conservatives trying to ‘dehumanize’ trans kids, weaponize 'culture wars' through Dr. Seuss and more
Transgender actress and activist Laverne Cox is hitting out at conservatives for allegedly dehumanizing transgender children, according to a recent interview with Variety. Read More.
Pride Flag Updated Again To Include Intersex Representation, Draws Backlash From Intersex Activists, LGBT Activists
A new LGBT flag design released “to better represent intersex people” has drawn backlash from the LGBT and intersex communities. Read More.
Judge reinstates Christian teacher suspended for opposing transgender policies, calling the school district's actions 'unnecessary and vindictive'
A Virginia judge has reinstated a Christian elementary school teacher who was suspended by his school district after voicing opposition to the district's new transgender-affirming policies. Read More.
European Union Threatens ‘Sausage Trade War’ Against the UK
The European Union’s chief Brexit negotiator says the bloc is ready to act “firmly and resolutely” if the U.K. fails to honor its commitments under the divorce deal that was supposed to keep trade flowing after Britain left the EU. Read More.
Looting, Riots Break Out in Minneapolis After Police Return Fire, Kill Wanted Felon
Burning, rioting, and looting broke out in Minneapolis on Friday night after deputies shot and killed a wanted felon who fired on them. Read More.
Chinese military scientist 'filed a patent for a COVID-19 vaccine BEFORE the virus was declared a global pandemic and worked closely with 'bat woman' at Wuhan institute'
A Chinese military scientist with ties to the United States reportedly filed a patent for a COVID-19 vaccine well before the disease was declared a global pandemic.  ​​​​​​​ Read More.
Horowitz: Contagious lies: CDC claims hospitalization rising among unvaccinated teens — contrary to its own data
order to justify the forced vaccination of children, the powers that be would somehow have to overturn 15 months of observations that COVID is less a threat to children than the flu and that unvaccinated children are less at risk than vaccinated adults (100 times less at risk than seniors), even if we are to believe Pfizer's efficacy data. Read More.
Pro-Palestinain activists hunting Jewish homes, threatening them with demolition orders
The ‘Buycott Palestine” group is searching for homes in Ottawa with mezuzahs on the doorframes. Read More.
Martin Sheen Says Trump’s Election Was a ‘Colossal Error in Our Character: ‘We’ve Got to Call This Bum Out’
Actor and Joe Biden supporter Martin Sheen is still stuck on former President Trump, blaming him for division in the country, calling him a “bum” who is selfish, greedy, and angry and referring to the country’s previous support of him as a “colossal error in our character.” Read More.
Putin to press Biden on human rights of Capitol rioters, Russia says
Russian President Vladimir Putin is prepared to press President Biden on the “human rights” of Capitol rioters when they meet this month in Switzerland, the country’s top diplomat says. Read More.
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