Category: Sovereignty Rights

Charter Case Challenges School Secularism

While the case is fairly new, it is set to become a major, attention-grabbing legal battle that will have greater ramifications for religion in America than any case in recent memory. It is likely to reach the U.S. Supreme Court in the next year or so. The case of St. Isidore has the potential to reverse the novel, un-American, and erroneous implementation of a “wall of separation between church and state” that has plagued this country for nearly a century.

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Davos Elites Push for Speech Control

Progressive world leaders and heads of major media companies took the stage at the World Economic Forum (WEF) to reaffirm their commitment to “fight” misinformation. This globalist effort is widely recognized as used to eliminate conservative opinions on topics such as abortion, sexual identity, national sovereignty, and COVID-19.

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Vermont Snowboard Coach Fired for Saying Men and Women are Different Reaches Settlement

On Feb. 8, 2023, Coach Bloch and his team attended a competition where a male – who identifies as a female – competed against females. Two of Bloch’s students were discussing the situation, when Coach Bloch commented that biologically, males and females are inherently different. The coach did not make the comment in the presence of the “transgender” athlete.

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With Canada Arresting Journalists, Freedom of the Press Is More Vital Than Ever

It was once unthinkable for nations like Canada to arrest journalists for asking questions. Not anymore. That’s precisely what happened last week when David Menzies of conservative news outlet Rebel News was accosted and handcuffed by members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) for approaching Deputy Prime Minister Cynthia Freeland with a microphone in a public street.

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