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Buzz Builds over Mel Gibson’s Sequel to ‘Passion of the Christ’

In 2004, Hollywood maverick Mel Gibson released what was then the biggest Biblical film of all time, The Passion of the Christ. In fact, The Passion is one of the highest grossing R-rated films of all time. After 2023, however, that fact may no longer be true. According to...

Catholic Priest Responds to Biden’s Pro-Abortion Presidency with Confession Schedule

(Joshua Paladino, Headline USA) Father Dan Beeman, a Catholic Priest in Virginia, responded to a tweet about President Joe Biden's pro-abortion comments with his church's schedule for confession, the Daily Wire reported. Confessions are at noon on Sunday, 5pm on Wednesday, and 3 on Saturday, Mr. President. https://t.co/7lUg6U3f15 — Father Dan...

UN Labor Agency Speaks Out Against China’s Slavery of Uyghurs

(Headline USA) An annual report from the United Nations labor agency Friday highlighted the work conditions of Uyghurs and other Muslim minorities in China's Xinjiang region, noting signs of “coercive measures” that deprive workers of free choice in selecting jobs. It also called on Beijing to provide more information about...

Black Jew Whoopi Goldberg Forced to Apologize for Saying Holocaust Wasn’t about Race

(Headline USA) Comedian and activist Whoopi Goldberg has apologized for saying the Holocaust was not about race, comments that caused a backlash. Goldberg, a cohost of ABC's "The View," made the initial comments during Monday morning's broadcast. Her apology came in a tweet hours later. “On today's show, I said the...

Mississippi Mayor Withholds Library Funds over LGBT Books

(Headline USA) The director of a Mississippi library system says a mayor is withholding $110,000 from his city’s library because LGBT books are on the shelves. Tonja Johnson, executive director of the Madison County Library System, told news outlets that Ridgeland Mayor Gene McGee received citizen complaints about a handful...

Michigan Settles w/ Faith Agencies as Courts Block Effort to Force LGBT Adoptions

(Headline USA) Faith-based adoption agencies that contract with the state of Michigan can refuse to place children with same-sex couples under a proposed settlement filed in federal court Tuesday, months after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled for a Catholic charity in a similar case. The state's scandal-plagued Department of Health...

March for Life Returns to DC w/ Many Optimistic about ‘Roe’ Reversal

(Headline USA) The largest pro-life rally in the U.S. returned Friday with thousands of expected participants converging on the National Mall in Washington, DC. Supporters at the 48th annual rally were cautiously optimistic that their top objective---reversing the Supreme Court's controversial Roe vs. Wade decision---may be within reach. “My hopes have...

SCOTUS Set to Hear Case on Boston’s Christian Flag Censorship

(Joshua Paladino, Headline USA) The Supreme Court has agreed to hear arguments in Shurtleff v. City of Boston, a case in which the Boston City Hall refused to fly a Christian flag outside its building, despite having flown a rainbow LGBTQ flag during Boston Pride Month, Conservative Brief reported. Boston city...

Pfizer Chief Albert Bourla Wins $1M Prize for ‘Commitment to Jewish Values’

(Headline USA) Albert Bourla, chairman and chief executive of global pharmaceutical giant Pfizer Inc., was awarded on Wednesday the prestigious Genesis Prize for his efforts in leading the development of a COVID-19 vaccine. It comes even as the efficacy and safety of the vaccines is being called into question and...

REVIEW: Ben Carson’s 1st Kids Book Is Inspiring, If a Tad Low-Energy

(Ben Sellers, Headline USA) One of the few silver linings to country's the growing partisan rancor and trend of radical indoctrination in schools has been an explosion of conservative books for kids. Series like the Tuttle Twins and Brave Books have built entire franchises around tempering didactic teachings with fantastic...

Six CUNY Profs. Sue School & Union for ‘Anti-Jewish’ Ideology

Six professors at City University of New York filed a lawsuit to break from the Professional Staff Congress, a union that represents all the school's faculty, because of its “ideological and political advocacy," National Right to Work reported. These professors, including five Jewish faculty members, stated in the lawsuit that...

Obama Judge Again Rejects La. Pastor’s Case for Religious Freedom During Lockdowns

(Headline USA) A Louisiana pastor’s lawsuit over Gov. John Bel Edwards’s past COVID-19 restrictions on public gatherings was rejected for a second time Wednesday by a federal judge. Obama-appointed U.S. District Judge Brian Jackson in Baton Rouge said the lawsuit by Tony Spell seeking an order blocking the restrictions is...
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