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People take part in the 37th annual March for Life in Washington, D.C., January 22, 2010. (Molly Riley/Reuters) The fight for life is the most recent effort to ensure that our country abides by the solemn words of the Declaration of Independence. NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE O n January 21, hundreds of thousands of Americans will
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Graphic created by Judicial Watch The FBI is working hand-in-glove with Pfizer to target Project Veritas, journalists and journalism. Conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch on Tuesday revealed the FBI has communications from Pfizer in an investigative file targeting Project Veritas. Recall, Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla in November attacked the First Amendment and said people who
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People wave rainbow flags during the 2018 New York City Pride Parade (Andrew Kelly/Reuters) A Minnesota school district has partnered with an organization that offers LGBTQ-affirming curricula for students as young as three years old. Minnesota Saint Paul Public Schools’ Office of Equity is working with AMAZE, an equity training and consulting firm, “to further
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Left: Malik Faisal Akram visits a Christian outreach center in Dallas, Texas, January 2, 2022. Right: Congregation Beth Israel synagogue in Colleyville, Texas, January 16, 2022 (OurCalling, LLC via Reuters, Brandon Bell/Getty Images) When it comes to Western governments and jihadism, willful blindness is never fully cured. NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE W hile critical of the
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A law enforcement vehicle is parked outisde of the Congregation Beth Israel synagogue in Colleyville, Texas, January 15, 2022. (Shelby Tauber/Reuters) Being cautious about assigning motive seems to apply only to certain politically inconvenient acts. NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE W atching the Congregation Beth Israel hostage situation unfold this weekend, one might have been under the
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A Union Pacific locomotive passes through a section of tracks littered with thousands of opened boxes and packages stolen from cargo shipping containers in downtown Los Angeles, Calif., January 14, 2022. (Partrick T. Fallon/AFP via Getty Images) Packages stolen from Union Pacific cargo containers and then ransacked, thousands upon thousands of them, are regularly strewn
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A Midwest hospital system backed off from its anti-White, race-based Covid treatment plan after a legal threat. SMS Health, a Catholic hospital system with 23 facilities, stopped its plan to prioritize non-White patients when distributing scarce monoclonal antibody treatments after a Wisconsin law firm threatened legal action. SMS Health sent an email to its physicians
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A law enforcement vehicle sits in front of the Congregation Beth Israel synagogue in Colleyville, Texas, January 16, 2022. (Brandon Bell/Getty Images) The rabbi who survived the terrorist siege at a Texas synagogue over the weekend recounted the chilling situation and his courageous escape in a Monday interview. Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker recalled the rattling experience,
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Then-Virginia Republican gubernatorial nominee Glenn Youngkin speaks during a campaign event in Alexandria, Va., October 30, 2021. (Joshua Roberts/Reuters) Today is Martin Luther King Jr. Day. In King’s famous “Letter from Birmingham Jail,” dated April 16, 1963, he wrote, “We know through painful experience that freedom is never voluntarily given by the oppressor, it must
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On Saturday a Pakistani man entered the Beth Israel Synagogue in Colleyville, Texas and took several members hostage. The hostage-taker in Texas at a Jewish synagogue claimed he was the brother of a convicted terrorist serving an 86-year sentence. The man says he is the brother of Pakistani terrorist Aafia Siddiqui, also known as “Lady Al-Qaeda.”
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A number of tornadoes were reported across Florida this morning. Newsbreak.com reports: Multiple tornadoes touched down in Southwest Florida on Sunday morning as severe storms moved across the area. Lee County officials are providing an update on storm response and recovery efforts. The Florida Highway Patrol reported that a tornado passed over I-95 in Southern
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migrant caravan; stock photo Another caravan of migrants set off in Honduras this weekend en route to the United States border. Hundreds of Hondurans and Nicaraguans left San Pedro Sula on Saturday and a smaller caravan departed the region Sunday morning. Reuters reported: Hundreds of Hondurans and Nicaraguans on Saturday left the Honduran city of
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A Pakistani man entered the Beth Israel Synagogue in Colleyville, Texas today and took several members hostage. The hostage-taker in Texas of individuals at a Jewish synagogue claims he is the brother of a convicted terrorist serving an 86-year sentence. The man says he is the brother of Pakistani terrorist Aafia Siddiqui, also known as “Lady
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SWAT team members deploy near the Congregation Beth Israel Synagogue in Colleyville, Texas, January 15, 2022. (Andy Jacobsohn/AFP via Getty Images) All of the hostages in a Texas synagogue were rescued on Saturday night, ending the daylong standoff between an Islamic extremist and authorities. Four people were being held inside the synagogue by the man,
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A span of highway on the Skagit River, May 2013. (Cliff DesPeaux / Reuters) I have been warning the green warriors that “nature rights” will someday come back to bite reneweable energy projects. For example, electricity-generating windmills kill millions of birds and bats. If these animals have the “inalienable right to exist, flourish, regenerate, and
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German Chancellor Olaf Scholz (left) meeting with the Communist Politburo in East Berlin 1984; Photo: Hubertus Knabe The new German Social Democratic Chancellor Olaf Scholz may have been groomed as a Stasi agent, according to explosive new charges from Germany’s former top spy. Renowned Stasi expert Hubertus Knabe documented Scholz’s intimate involvement with the East
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Sirhan Sirhan (at left), convicted of killing Sen. Robert F. Kennedy in 1968, pleads his case during his tenth parole hearing at the Corcoran State Prison in California in 1997. (Reuters) California governor Gavin Newsom denied parole to Robert F. Kennedy assassin Sirhan Sirhan on Thursday, several months after a California parole board recommended Sirhan’s
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(DGLimages/Getty Images) California’s Department of Social Services shut down the Foothills Christian Church Preschool in El Cajon on December 10 for allegedly violating the state’s Covid mask mandate.  The agency had reportedly visited the preschool several times starting in September 2021 to check that children were wearing masks properly, prompted by a parent complaint. Preschool
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