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November 25, 2023
NEW YORK POST — King Charles III has been accused of using ancient feudal laws to nab tens of millions of dollars intended for charity from the deaths of thousands of Brits to upgrade his real estate empire, according to a bombshell report from the Guardian this week. The king has reportedly been claiming and profiting for years off assets known as “bona vacantia,” which are owned by people who died without a will or known next of kin, in order to upgrade commercial properties for rent, the outlet reported.... (more)

November 23, 2023
YOUTUBE — In the years immediately prior to the "British Invasion" by the Beatles, only one performer rivaled the chart dominance of Elvis Presley, and that was Pat Boone. Boone was the very essence of wholesome American values. At a time when the rise of Rock ‘n Roll was viewed as a sign of the apocalypse, he made the music appear safe and non-threatening, earning some 38 Top-40 hits in the process. Among his numerous awards and accolades, Boone has sold 45 million records worldwide, has 13 gold singles, two gold albums, and a platinum album, and has recorded over 2,200 songs — more than any recording artist in recorded music history!... (more)

November 23, 2023
JERRY NEWCOMBE — Another Thanksgiving has come upon us. But it’s amazing how ungrateful people can be these days. One comedian quipped, “My grandfather tried to warn everyone that the Titanic was going to sink. Besides not believing him, they also expelled him from the movie theater!”... (more)

November 23, 2023
JOAN SWIRSKY — A week after Hamas terrorists in Gaza launched the deadliest attack on Jewish civilians in Israel's history on October 7, causing Israel to respond with a declaration of war against the terrorists, ABC News reported, "Pro-Palestinian protests broke out across the Middle East and beyond on Friday after a former Hamas leader called on supporters to join in a 'Day of Rage' amid the Israel-Hamas conflict."... (more)

November 20, 2023
CLIFF KINCAID — Recently, the FBI was caught with a memo authorizing surveillance of traditional Catholics, but FBI director Christopher Wray disavowed the memo. We now understand that the assignment was subcontracted to Pope Francis, who just sacked a conservative Bishop in Texas. This does far more damage to the Catholic Church than anything the FBI could do.... (more)

November 19, 2023
SMITHSONIAN — Whereas it is the duty of all Nations to acknowledge the providence of Almighty God, to obey his will, to be grateful for his benefits, and humbly to implore his protection and favor—and Whereas both Houses of Congress have by their Joint Committee requested me "to recommend to the People of the United States a day of public thanksgiving and prayer to be observed by acknowledging with grateful hearts the many signal favors of Almighty God, especially by affording them an opportunity peaceably to establish a form of government for their safety and happiness."... (more)

November 19, 2023
NBC NEWS — A man who claimed to be a journalist and supporter of the Black Lives Matter movement was convicted Thursday on all charges against him in connection with the Jan. 6, 2021, riot at the U.S. Capitol. John Earle Sullivan, a 29-year-old from Utah also known as "Jayden X," was convicted of seven counts after just a few hours of deliberation by the jury. Federal prosecutors requested that Sullivan be taken into custody until his sentencing, and U.S. District Judge Royce C. Lamberth ordered him remanded, according to court records.... (more)

November 18, 2023
FOX NEWS — Speaker Mike Johnson, R-La., said the House of Representatives will release more than 40,000 hours of footage taken at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, when protesters angry about the 2020 election results stormed the halls of Congress. Some video is already available to the public as of Friday, with the bulk of it to be released gradually over time, Johnson said. "When I ran for Speaker, I promised to make accessible to the American people the 44,000 hours of video from Capitol Hill security taken on January 6, 2021. Truth and transparency are critical," Johnson said in a statement.... (more)

November 18, 2023
YOUTUBE — Dr. Jordan B. Peterson and Congressman Mike Johnson discuss the current state of conservative America, the understated importance of inherent value, the trumped up climate crisis, and the all too real crisis facing much of Europe this coming winter.... (more)

November 18, 2023
FOX NEWS — Former President Donald Trump's name will remain on the Colorado 2024 presidential primary ballot, a judge ruled Friday. "The court orders the Secretary of State to place Donald J. Trump on the presidential primary ballot when it certifies the ballot on January 5, 2024," U.S. District Court Judge Sarah B. Wallace wrote in her ruling. The decision came following a legal challenge seeking to disqualify Trump from appearing on the ballot, citing the 14th Amendment.... (more)

November 17, 2023

November 17, 2023
JERRY NEWCOMBE — Around this time of year, when we remember our veterans, grade-school children in a Washington state school won’t be taught to honor those who have served our country. Instead of a Veterans Day celebration, the school planned a peace and tolerance assembly.... (more)

November 16, 2023
MACKINAC CENTER — During the three decades preceding the Civil War, two significant developments occurred in popular education in the United States. The first is that the foundations were laid for a governmental takeover of education, and the second is that the historical role of schools in transmitting religious traditions gave way to more secular goals. The educational reform movement that marked the turning point in United States educational history originated in, and was dominated by, the example of Massachusetts and its political leaders, particularly Horace Mann.... (more)

November 16, 2023
NEWSMAX — The Federal Bureau of Investigation revealed Wednesday it was opening up a slate of new probes into the terrorist group Hamas amid rising tensions in the Middle East. Speaking to the House Committee on Homeland Security, FBI Director Christopher Wray said that the agency was focusing on potential threats to the mainland United States as well as the group’s funding avenues.... (more)

November 16, 2023
BOB UNRUH — Remember when all of those people in power across America, from Bill Gates to Anthony Fauci to school officials to leaders in Congress to mayors and governors, were demanding that Americans accept the experimental COVID-19 shots because they were perfectly safe? It turns out that wasn't quite right. We now know that a study has linked those mRNA treatments to some 17 million sudden deaths.... (more)

November 15, 2023
YOUTUBE — As Israeli forces push ahead into the Hamas stronghold of Gaza City, the Israeli Defense Minister says “the entire city is one big terror base,” – but despite the threats, Prime Minister Netanyahu calls the operation a phenomenal success, while President Biden asks Netanyahu for a three-day pause so hostages can be released; CBN’s Chris Mitchell talks about what Israeli forces are facing in Gaza City, how Hamas uses civilians as shields, and more; Israeli hunts for Yahya Sinwar, the man who orchestrated the October 7th Hamas attacks on Israel, who is number one on Israel’s most wanted terrorist list; CBN’s George Thomas talks about where Sinwar might be located, and the Israeli efforts to demolish the Hamas network of tunnels; our Studio 5 conversation with author Andrew Lawler about his new book, “Under Jerusalem,” and the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem.... (more)

November 15, 2023
TOWNHALL — Israeli forces were seen displaying their flag proudly in the captured parliament chamber of Hamas. They’ve also been giving extensive tours of the weapons caches and rocket sites used by the terror group; unsurprisingly, many were civilian facilities, like children’s schools. Hamas has done this for years, but their grip on Gaza is being methodically chipped away. As of now, they’ve lost control of Northern Gaza.... (more)

November 14, 2023
THE FEDERALIST — More than three years after Covid-19 began, explanations abound for ongoing “learning loss” in schools. But these discussions often miss one of the most obvious explanations: outdated and ineffective instruction. It’s been repeatedly shown that teacher quality is the primary thing affecting student achievement. Shouldn’t teacher quality be our primary concern? Given how far behind we’ve fallen in teacher quality, you would think so.... (more)

November 11, 2023
NEWSMAX — House Republicans not only have impeachment inquiry hearings underway into alleged corruption involving President Joe Biden and his family, but also a possible impeachment involving Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas and his failure to secure the southern U.S. border.... (more)

November 11, 2023
PJ MEDIA — U.S. Marine Mitchell Paige faced a horde of Japanese soldiers as his company’s sole survivor in Guadalcanal. But for ten hours, defying all odds, Paige held the line. Today marks the birthday of the U.S. Marine Corps. Even before the United States had declared its independence from Great Britain, in Tun Tavern in Philadelphia, on Nov. 10, 1775, the Marines came into being. The Marine Corps has since earned the reputation of having the toughest fighters in the military. As their song says, they will always fight our country’s battles, whether in air, on land, or on sea.... (more)

November 11, 2023
WASHINGTON FREE BEACON — Washington Post opinion editor David Shipley hand-selected the cartoon lampooning Hamas that he pulled amid blowback, the cartoon's author, Michael Ramirez, told the Washington Free Beacon in an interview. Ramirez, a veteran political cartoonist who has twice won the Pulitzer Prize, said he presented Shipley with "seven, eight, or nine different sketches on a wide variety of topics" for the Post editor to choose from. Shipley, Ramirez said, "right off the bat" picked a cartoon that depicted Hamas leader Ghazi Hamad using women and children as human shields while saying, "How dare Israel attack civilians."... (more)

November 9, 2023
LEGO EDUCATION — Although STEM and STEAM look and sound similar, there is one very big difference — the inclusion of the arts. This can encompass any creative subject from fine art and drama to graphic design, photography, and even English literature. STEAM offers a broader approach, making its definition more abstract. STEM aims to equip learners with “future-ready” and practical skills by focusing on the teaching of science, technology, engineering and math. STEAM can also equip learners with these skills, but additionally fosters a love of creativity and imagination by bringing arts into the equation. STEAM is often considered more inclusive than STEM because it allows kids who are naturally more gifted in creative subjects to feel valued and to let their talents flourish.... (more)

November 9, 2023
NEWSMAX — Embedded with Israel Defense Forces troops, Newsmax correspondent John Huddy accompanied the military into Gaza City on Wednesday. Huddy witnessed civilians carrying white flags and fleeing the city, he reported on "American Agenda." The IDF is pushing into the city to look for Hamas terrorists and tear down its infrastructure, including a network of tunnels, and look for hostages taken during Hamas' Oct. 7 attack on Israel.... (more)

November 8, 2023

November 8, 2023
YOUTUBE — The war that’s currently raging in Israel has been the subject of heated debate across the globe since its inception on October 7th. Jordan Peterson sat down with Sky News All Stars Piers Morgan and Andrew Bolt to discuss his thoughts on the ongoing conflict.... (more)


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