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Doctor fired for choice of pronoun for transgender patients

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A doctor has been fired by the British government because he fails to identify transgender patients with their chosen pronouns. David Mackereth told The Sunday Telegraph that he will not be serving as a ...

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Europe’s leftists face losing power in grassroots revolt

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Europe’s leftist policies, and the increasingly unpopular politicians who put them into place, are under siege as voters make their displeasure known across the continent in a grassroots revolt. While ignored by ...

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Brazil’s “Smithsonian” considered total loss in fire

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Brazilians are mourning the total destruction of the nation’s “Smithsonian”. A massive fire tore through a an expansive 200-year-old museum in Rio de Janeiro late Sunday, lighting up the night and sending ...

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21 things good things young Saudi prince is doing

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Amidst so much war and terrorism in the Middle East, there is actually remarkably good news coming out of Saudi Arabia. A reformer is rising, pursuing the most dramatic economic, social and ...

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US is cutting funding to UN for Palestinians

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With increasing radicalism within the Palestinian government, the Trump administration will cut all US funding to the United Nation’s aid program for Palestinian refugees, according to a report from Foreign Policy. The newspaper ...

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China’s believers face new threat: camera’s in church

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China’s independent churches are facing a new threat: forced to allow the government to spy on who worships in them or face the threat of being shut down. The Zion church in ...

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Archaeologists say they’ve found water-to-wine wedding site

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British media today is reporting that archaeologists have solved a millennia-old mystery–where was the wedding at Cana where Jesus performed his first miracle?  The announcement again bolsters the case for the New ...

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Woman gets jail after complaining about noisy mosque

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An Indonesian court has sentenced a woman who complained about a noisy mosque to 18 months in prison for blasphemy. The ethnic Chinese woman, Meiliana, burst into tears as presiding Judge Wagyu ...

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Muslim leader calls for conquest of “America, Britain, Russia, France, and Italy”

Recently a Muslim spokesman in Tunisia named Said Khecharem, who is affiliated with the international pro-Sharia, pro-caliphate organization Hizb ut-Tahrir, declared (to delighted screams of “Allahu akbar” from his audience), that the ...

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No U.S. concessions to turkey over imprisoned pastor

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U.S. President Donald Trump has vowed to reject any conditions Turkey may ask for in securing the release of an American pastor detained by Ankara for almost two years. Turkey accuses Andrew ...

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Forget abstinence says Canada’s largest Christian University

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Canada’s largest Christian university will no longer require students to sign a Community Covenant agreeing to abstain from same-sex and other relationships outside marriage between a man and a woman. Trinity Western University, ...

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China training pilots to target U.S.

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For years, foreign policy and military experts have been warning that China, not Russia, is America’s biggest threat. That theory gained weight this week after a new report was released. China is ...

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Satanist burns down 250-year-old Russian church

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A teenage ‘Satanist’ has been arrested after he confessed to setting fire to one of Russia’s most historic churches. The wooden church was built in 1774 by Catherine the Great and burned ...

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Latest London terrorist attack targets cyclists

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In response to Europe’s latest terrorist attack, police in the United Kingdom have arrested a man who crashed a car into cyclists and pedestrians before slamming into barriers next to Parliament. They’re ...

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UN rushes through friend of dictators to lead human rights

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The United Nations is being criticized by the United States after the General Assembly’s quick approval – without a vote – of Chilean former government official who has been a friend and ...

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