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Woke Language

Woke Language It's time to push back. By John Stossel Have you noticed how our language is changing? At a congressional hearing on "Birthing While Black," nearly every politician used the words "birthing people" instead of "women" or "mothers." Asked why, Shalanda Young, President Joe Biden's budget director, said, "Our…

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Ben & Jerry’s Embraces BDS’s Israel-Hating Agenda

Ben & Jerry’s Embraces BDS’s Israel-Hating Agenda Why the “woke” ice cream company deserves to be frozen out. By Joseph Klein Ben & Jerry’s, the “woke” leftwing ice cream company that the huge conglomerate Unilever purchased in 2000, has just caved to pressure from the anti-Semitic Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions…

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America’s Problem is Racial Pessimism, Not Racism

America’s Problem is Racial Pessimism, Not Racism Why do 59% of black people believe race relations are doomed? By Daniel Greenfield Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is an investigative journalist and writer focusing on the radical Left and Islamic terrorism. In December 1963, even after…

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Warnings By Daymond Duck God always warned the Jews before His judgments fell. We are watching the development of events that were prophesied 2,000-2,500 years ago. Some prophecy teachers believe these developing events are warnings that His judgment will soon fall. Here are some examples: ONE, concerning world government, censorship,…

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God’s Weather Warnings

God’s Weather Warnings By Terry James There is, at first glance, perhaps a paradox in our take on the matter of climate change. When I say “our,” I mean those of us in Bible prophecy circles who examine the climate-change matter, which is considered by the Biden administration people to…

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Instagram: The Vanguard of Vanity

Instagram: The Vanguard of Vanity By Todd Strandberg The first king of social media was Myspace, then came Twitter and Facebook, and now a new site is taking over the reins. Instagram is a site primarily used for posting pictures and short videos. Originally launched for iOS in October 2010,…

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