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UK doctor fired for not adhering to gender identity preferences

Dr. David Mackereth, a 26-year veteran of the UK's NHS, was recently fired for refusing to abide by the UK's policy of referring to patients by the gender they personally preferred to be called. The policy was implemented "to handle assessments sensitively and adhere to the Equality Act 2010," said a spokesperson for the Department… Continue reading UK doctor fired for not adhering to gender identity preferences

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US Supreme Court makes just rulings for Trump & pro-lifers

We are living in a time in the West where people who wish to back lawbreakers are attempting to use the law and courts against people who are trying to do what is lawful and godly. One of their weapons is to flood the legal system with a flurry of frivolous legal actions with the… Continue reading US Supreme Court makes just rulings for Trump & pro-lifers

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Australian microchipped man wins court case on appeal

An Australian transhumanist who implanted himself with a microchip from a transit card lost a case several months ago for using the chip in his hand to pay for his train fare instead of doing it the regular way by swiping the card. At that time the conviction landed him a $220 fine. The biohacker,… Continue reading Australian microchipped man wins court case on appeal

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Why are illegal alien families separated by border officials?

Liberals are once again stirring up outrage against the Trump administration over how illegal aliens are treated. The sad part is when the liberals start tossing adjectives around such as "heartless" and "without compassion" toward conservatives obeying the law, some conservatives (fake or otherwise) are so quick to cave to the liberals' arguments. They are… Continue reading Why are illegal alien families separated by border officials?

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Guilty as charged: Australian archbishop convicted of sex abuse cover-up

South Australia's highest ranking Catholic official was convicted by a judge May 22, 2018 for covering up sexual abuse of altar boys in the 1970s. Magistrate Robert Stone of the Newcastle Local Court handed down the guilty verdict of Philip Wilson. The judge found the testimony of a former altar boy who had been abused… Continue reading Guilty as charged: Australian archbishop convicted of sex abuse cover-up

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Trump supporters Diamond & Silk’s testimony before a House Committee

When anyone is unjustifiably censored, it should concern all of us. First Amendment rights apply to us all, including conservatives. Diamond & Silk hold their own in this House Judiciary Committee meetings this past week and refused to be bullied by the Democrats. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wn9Ulh0oIN0

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Access to your DNA profile from home kits may not be private

Many people have used the popular DNA home kits and shipped their DNA off to companies like 23andme.com and ancestry.com to find out what ethnic groups or nations are in their bloodline. In recent years, however, some concerns have been raised about whether or not your DNA is kept private and, if not, who has… Continue reading Access to your DNA profile from home kits may not be private

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RINOs push over-spending bill Obama would love with no border security

Rand Paul: "When they [Republicans] get in the majority, there is no conservative party." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NhjTHTdtYsA From mark 1:31 to 8:37 in this video, Laura Ingraham rightfully slams betrayal of American people in the new overspending bill. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BcN1u1GpsLs

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Christian woman in Kazakhstan acquitted in court…of downloading the Bible?

Downloading the Bible onto a smartphone is a very popular thing to do and most of us have probably done it a time or two. Even some unbelievers have done it. But in Kazakhstan, an evangelical woman recently endured a trial for doing that very thing. Can you imagine? Back in January, Dilobarkhon Sultanova showed a… Continue reading Christian woman in Kazakhstan acquitted in court…of downloading the Bible?

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Pay attention to the men behind the gun control curtain

Weeks after shooter Nikolas Cruz's massacre at the high school in Parkland, Florida, many inconvenient truths have unfolded. Among them is the fact that law enforcement officers who are paid to protect American citizens were unwilling to do so, both at the federal and local levels to prevent the incident or to minimize the incident.… Continue reading Pay attention to the men behind the gun control curtain