October 15, 2019


Banned ‘South Park’ lampoons both China and NBA
While the NBA was groveling at the feet of Chinese supreme leader Xi Jinping, many observers said the creators of South Park were giving the communists a more appropriate message. Read More.
Equality Act's impact seen in mixed-gender race
The Equality Act, passed by the Democratic-controlled House in May, will allow biological males who identify as females to participate in girls’ and womens’ sports. Read More.
Mind manipulation through mass entertainment
A leading population control organization that works closely with international abortion providers openly utilizes original radio and television programming to promote its agenda in nations throughout the world. Read More.
Tucker Carlson: 'Cancel culture is a national plague'
An egregious example of “cancel culture” was highlighted by Fox News host Tucker Carlson during his Sept. 25 broadcast. Read More.
American woman in Hong Kong sparks outrage
In a video that has gone viral, a woman identified as American is seen scolding protesters in Hong Kong, calling their pro-democracy efforts a “waste of time.” Read More.
Report: Persecution of Christians growing, systemic
The persecution of Christians by extremists is growing, is not random but systematic, and takes place irrespective of language, ethnicity, or location, according to a report by the Gatestone Institute. Read More.
End is near: Climate warning outcomes since 1967
Environmental doomsday predictions as a result of climate change have been trotted out since the 1960s and continue to this day. Read More.
Lighten up: Not dating makes teens happier, study finds
Teens who had not dated during middle and high school were generally happier, less depressed, and dealt better with a variety of social situations compared to those who had dated, a study said. Read More.
'Convicted sex offender' Roman Polanski wins major film prize
Roman Polanski, the director who is still loved by Hollywood’s elite despite his admission of being a child rapist, was awarded the Grand Jury Prize at the Venice International Film Festival for his film “An Officer and a Spy”, which is based on a book about a wrongfully accused man. Read More.
Guess who's not happy about 'Monopoly: Socialism' game
“You seem to be doing too well for yourself. That’s not how socialism works.” That’s the message on one of the game cards included in Monopoly: Socialism, Hasbro’s parody version of its iconic board game Monopoly. Read More.
Footloose 2019: Should Sean Spicer be banned from DWTS?
In the 2019 version of Footloose, the Left is moving to ban former Trump White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer from dancing on the ABC show Dancing with the Stars (DWTS). Read More.
Limbaugh: Pro-Trumpers 'grow stronger and more quiet'
According to Gallup, President Donald Trump’s approval rating among Republicans has been solidly around 90 percent for the entirety of 2019. “And it may be even higher now,” radio host Rush Limbaugh said. “Those people are totally behind Trump. They are fully, quietly supportive of Trump and his agenda. They grow stronger and more quiet by the day, and that’s the great dichotomy.” Read More.
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