Dr. Carl Blair Condemns YAF’s Freedom Week Project at Michigan Technological University

In a recent audio recording released by the Young America Foundation, Dr. Carl Blair, a history and anthropology professor at Michigan Technological University, strongly disapproves and insults the university’s YAF chapter. Here’s the full story. The Reason The controversial remarks were made following the YAF’s Freedom Week project, which involved constructing a mock Berlin Wall … Read more

Biographer Uncovers Historical Letter Revealing Obama’s Early Intellectual Exploration of Homosexuality

In a startling revelation, a recently redacted 1982 letter penned by former President Barack Obama to his ex-girlfriend has shed light on his thoughts surrounding homosexuality. Here’s the whole story. The Letter to a Former Lover The letter, which was addressed to Alex McNear, a former girlfriend from his time at Occidental College in Los … Read more

San Francisco Business Owner Faces Closure Amid City’s Worsening Conditions and Deteriorating Neighborhood

Mark Sackett, who has been a committed owner of multiple businesses in San Francisco, particularly in the South of Market area, for almost two decades, has faced the imminent threat of closure due to financial strains resulting from the city’s worsening conditions. Here’s the whole story. Financial Stress According to The San Francisco Chronicle’s report, … Read more

NYC at Breaking Point with Migrant Housing, Considers Tents in Parks Solution

A recent Politico report, titled “Democratic cities brace for a nightmare winter housing migrants,” exposed how New York City, among other Democrat-controlled metropolises, is facing a growing housing crisis driven by an inflow of migrants. Here’s the full story. Already at Full Capacity The city authorities have taken several steps in New York, where shelters … Read more

Controversial Mormon Family Declaration Flag Sparks Heated Debate During Pride Month

In a recent Twitter debacle, April Wilde Despain and her husband sparked a contentious debate when they displayed a flag bearing a text-loaded Mormon Family Declaration during Pride Month. The flag, which drew many views and reactions, contained statements expressing their religious beliefs on marriage and family. Homophobic Declaration April and her husband stood proudly … Read more

New Murfreesboro Law Against ‘Indecent Behavior’ Criticized as Vague, Homophobic

The city of Murfreesboro in central Tennessee has banned public displays of sexual behavior, including “behaviors, materials or events that are patently offensive to the adult community,” which is punishable by law. Here’s the whole story. Indecent Behavior The ordinance outlawing “indecent behavior” in public and prohibiting “indecent materials,” recently reported by journalist Erin Reed, … Read more

Pope’s Allyship Inspires Saint Mary’s College to Embrace Transgender Inclusivity

Indiana’s Saint Mary’s College will allow applications from transgender women starting in 2024. College Makes Bold Statement to Include Trans Women Students Saint Mary’s College in Indiana is facing backlash as a result of their decision to begin taking applications from trans women next year. Applications from Trans Women Will Be Accepted According to the … Read more

Heated Exchange in Senate Hearing Over Who Decides What Kids Should Read

In a recent Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, Senator John Kennedy ignited a heated debate by reading explicit, graphic passages from books available in Illinois schools. Here’s the whole story. The Hearing During the hearing, Illinois Secretary of State Alexi Giannoulis, who was a witness at the session, appeared visibly uncomfortable and “disturbed” as Senator Kennedy, … Read more

Language-Related Initiative by CBP Draws Critique as ‘Sick Social Experiment’

In a recent revelation, an internal memo from the U.S. Customs and Border Protection has sparked controversy after it said to avoid gender pronouns when interacting with others. Here’s the whole story. The Orders Obtained by the Heritage Foundation’s Oversight Project and shared with Fox News Digital, the memo instructs agents to avoid using specific … Read more

Governor DeSantis Willing to Use Military Against Border Threats

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has recently made waves with his resolute stance on addressing the challenges posed by Mexican drug cartels and securing the southern border of the United States. Here’s the whole story. DeSantis’ Commitment During a campaign stop in Iowa, DeSantis explicitly declared his commitment to using “whatever force we need to” in … Read more

‘How to Come Out’ – Study Reveals Google Searches for Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Surge Since 2004

In a new study conducted by the Cultural Currents Institute, it has been revealed that Google searches related to sexual orientation and gender identity have seen an unprecedented surge since 2004. Here’s the whole story. An Upward Trend According to the study, Google searches for “Am I gay?” and “Am I lesbian?” have increased by … Read more

Michigan House Approves Hate Speech Bill, Aiming to Criminalize Threatening Language

In a recent development, Michigan’s House of Representatives approved a hate speech bill, designated as HB 4474, which aims to criminalize words that cause someone to feel threatened, including the misuse of pronouns.  All Hate Crimes Will Be Penalized The bill introduces hate crime penalties for actions that make individuals feel “terrorized, frightened, or threatened,” … Read more

South Park’s Savvy Satire – Tackling Disney’s Diversity Criticisms Head-On

A recent episode of the popular animated series “South Park” has set the internet ablaze with its satirical take on Disney’s alleged pandering to liberal politics. Here’s the whole story. The Background In recent years, Disney has faced mounting criticism from conservatives who accuse the company of pushing a liberal agenda. The Backlashes Additionally, some … Read more

San Francisco’s Cleanup Ahead of U.S.-China Summit – Is It an Economic Boost or Temporary Solution?

San Francisco made significant efforts to revamp its streets ahead of the crucial U.S.-China summit, including removing homeless camps in the city. Here’s the whole story. The Conference In a conference unveiling the city’s plan, California Governor Gavin Newsom said, “I know folks are saying, ‘Oh they’re just cleaning up this place because all those … Read more

Governor Ron DeSantis Engages in Debate with Audience Member at Press Conference After Racially Motivated Mass Shooting

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis found himself in a fiery exchange during a press conference on September 7, following a recent racially motivated mass shooting in Jacksonville that claimed three Black lives. Here’s the whole story. The Exchange The press conference began on a seemingly typical note but took a dramatic turn when an unidentified individual … Read more

21 Ways To Spot a Narcissist – Do You Know One?

Spotting a narcissist can be a challenging task, as these people often mask their self-centered behavior with charm. Understanding the signs, such as a constant need for admiration, lack of empathy, and exaggerated sense of self-importance, can help in identifying this personality disorder, empowering you to navigate relationships more effectively. #1. Personal Gain Narcissists view … Read more

“The Feminist Movement Is Dead” – A Strong Response to Tampon Brand Using Gender-Neutral Terms Like “Menstruators” and “Bleeding People” Faces Controversy

In recent days, Nadya Okamoto, the CEO of the tampon brand August, has faced criticism for her choice of language during an interview discussing period stigma. Here’s the full story. Period Positive Brand During a conversation with Gayle King on CBS Mornings, Nadya Okamoto emphasized her commitment to creating a “period positive’” brand that is … Read more

“MEN AT WORK” Construction Sign Criticized – Is It Gender Inequality or “More Woke Madness?”

South West Water, a prominent water company, is facing criticism and accusations of sexism after using gendered signs that read “men at work.” Here’s what happened. Gender Inequality South West Water came under fire when a gendered caution sign was spotted on a roadside in Exton, Devon. The Equality Trust complained, asserting that such signs … Read more

“It’s Your Turn!” – She’s Pregnant and He’s Working All Day So Who Should Get Up With the Baby?

He’s trying his best to take on the majority of the nighttime toddler care so that his pregnant wife can get her much-needed rest. But this tired couple found themselves at an exhausting standstill when she resented his one night off from tending to Junior.  A Young Family The Original Poster (OP) is a 33-year-old … Read more