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Federal judge strikes down rule allowing clinicians to object to abortions for moral or religious reasons

Federal judge strikes down rule allowing clinicians to object to abortions for moral or religious reasons

A federal judge in New York on Wednesday struck down a new Trump administration rule that would have allowed health care clinicians to refuse to provide abortions for moral or religious reasons. U.S. District Judge of the Southern District of New York rejected the federal rule after women's groups, health organizations and multiple states sued the Department of Health and Human Services, arguing the exemptions were ...
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Parents sue school board for teaching their daughter ‘girls are not real’

Parents sue school board for teaching their daughter ‘girls are not real’

A Canadian couple have filed a human rights complaint against an Ontario school board for telling their six-year-old daughter during a lesson on gender identity that “there’s no such thing as boys and girls.” Pamela and Jason Buffone have filed the complaint on behalf of their daughter against the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board, the child’s former teacher and the principal of her school on grounds of ...
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International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church: Christians Around the World United in Fast and Prayer for Persecuted Christians.

International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church: Christians Around the World United in Fast and Prayer for Persecuted Christians.

Christians around the world united in prayer for the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church — a global prayer meeting for Christian brothers and sisters who boldly witness for Christ at any cost. VOM’s 2019 IDOP short film, Sang-chul: North Korea, provides a dramatic example of the challenges of following Christ inside the world’s most restricted nation. The film will inspire you and your ...
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Google Agrees To Buy Fitbit For About $2.1 Billion

Google Agrees To Buy Fitbit For About $2.1 Billion

Google has agreed to purchase fitness watchmaker Fitbit for about $2.1 billion, the activity-tracking company announced in a Friday press release. Both companies have received backlash for their data-collection practices — Google for its massive scale of data collection and Fitbit for collecting specific individual health-related data. “Fitbit will come under Google’s privacy policy. Similar to our other products, including Fit, we will be transparent about the data we collect and ...
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Amazon Facial Recognition Falsely Identified 27 Boston-area Pro Athletes As Criminals

Amazon Facial Recognition Falsely Identified 27 Boston-area Pro Athletes As Criminals

Police and government agencies are becoming increasingly reliant on facial recognition software to hunt for suspects, despite the fact that this technology is notorious for falsely identifying innocent people as criminals. In one of the most recent cases, Amazon’s facial recognition technology falsely identified 27 different professional athletes as criminals. While it may be true that professional football players have been known to get in trouble ...
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U.S. Department of Education's NAEP Releases 'America's Report Card' Confirming Kids are Getting Dumber

U.S. Department of Education’s NAEP Releases ‘America’s Report Card’ Confirming Kids are Getting Dumber

American children are getting dumb and dumber under Common Core, according to the latest results from the U.S. Department of Education's National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP). And according to the results of ACT standardized tests, college-bound students are doing worse than they have ever done in the examination's history. From the federal government, the incredible data released late last week shows that over two thirds ...
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Facebook Pays $644,000 UK Fine Over Cambridge Analytica Case, Doesn’t Admit Fault

Facebook Pays $644,000 UK Fine Over Cambridge Analytica Case, Doesn’t Admit Fault

Facebook has agreed to pay the Information Commissioner’s Office, the United Kingdom’s privacy regulator, a £500,000 fine on Wednesday over its Cambridge Analytica data leak, but did not admit any wrongdoing in the matter. The fine, equal to about $644,000 at current exchange rates, comes after more than a year of legal back-and-forth between the social network and U.K. regulators. It’s also the maximum amount the ...
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Parents Protest as Texas School Approves Polarizing Sex-ed Curriculum Teaching ‘Gender Identity’

Parents Protest as Texas School Approves Polarizing Sex-ed Curriculum Teaching ‘Gender Identity’

A new sex-education curriculum will teach children in Austin, Texas about sexual orientation, as well as how to use prophylactics. Parents say the initiative encourages kids to engage in unhealthy and dangerous sexual activity. Austin Independent School District’s board unanimously approved the new course material on Tuesday. The curriculum, which spans grades three through eight, will touch upon gender identity – a first for the district ...
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Texas School District Mandates Teaching Kids How to Have Anal Sex

Texas School District Mandates Teaching Kids How to Have Anal Sex

The sex and gender revolutionaries have officially taken over the Austin Independent School District without firing a single shot. In spite of overwhelming opposition from parents and pastors, the district’s trustees voted early Tuesday morning to implement a pornographic sex education policy that includes instruction on anal sex and how to place a condom on an erect penis. The father of a fifth-grader demanded to know who ...
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More than a Third of Millennials Polled Approve of Communism

More than a Third of Millennials Polled Approve of Communism

A new survey released by the Washington, D.C., nonprofit Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation reflects that, if the younger generation gets out and votes in 2020, those running for office on the far left have reason to be hopeful. ‘The historical amnesia about the dangers of communism and socialism is on full display in this year’s report.’ Marion Smith, executive director of the Victims of Communism ...
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