June 2021

Ex-BLM Leader Exposes “Ugly Truth”

“A Black Lives Matter chapter founder in St. Paul, Minnesota, has shared a video exposing what he calls the political organization’s ‘ugly truth,’ arguing that it shows ‘little concern for rebuilding black families’ and improving the quality of education for black students. ‘I believed the organization stood for exactly what the name implies,’ Rashad Turner, […]

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Democrats Back Abortion without Limitations

“A bill that would overturn hundreds of state abortion restrictions and guarantee the right to abortion ‘without limitations’ was introduced Tuesday by a coalition of Congressional Democrats, who said it was needed with Roe v Wade under attack. The bill, known as the Women’s Health Protection Act, would codify Roe v. Wade and legal abortion in federal law–goals that

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Lockdowns Produce Cosmetic Surgery “Zoom Boom”

“For video-chat giant Zoom, lockdown delivered an opportunity–and, within no time, a windfall–which had a curious sort of ripple effect on another industry: plastic surgery. Fearing the risk of infection, millions of people traded IRL [in real life] interactions for screen time–navigating new platforms that forced us to face our reflections, or a slightly skewed

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Teacher Wins Lawsuit over Transgender Pronoun

“A teacher in Virginia has won a lawsuit in the Loudoun County Circuit Court against the Loudoun County School System through Alliance Defending Freedom after the district’s administration placed him on leave for opposing measures that would promote transgender ideology in local schools. Byron Tanner Cross, a physical education teacher at Leesburg Elementary School, sued

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A Rose is Still a Rose

“Roses have fascinated people for thousands of years. While modern rose strains are the result of two centuries of breeding, the Greek naturalist Theophrastus wrote about the hundred-petaled rose 2,400 years ago. The Autumn Damask rose, which blossoms in both spring and fall, was nurtured and cultivated by the ancient Romans. The first settlers in

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