"Corporations, like religions, make noble the basest instincts of man." -- Michael Rivero

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Retail giant Target has partnered with GLSEN (Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network) for years. They believe this is a noble cause. GLSEN is a group that provides sexually explicit books to schools, pushes gender ideology throughout public school curricula, and advocates policies that keep parents unaware of their child’s in-school gender transition .

Ret. Army Sgt. Joe Cantasano said he wants continuity of care with mental health providers

A retired Army sergeant is speaking out about his experience with the Department of Veterans Affairs after he posted an emotional TikTok video detailing his frustration with receiving continuity of care. 

Why do so many liberal climate-activist grandees fly on private jets? Or why do those who profited from Black Lives Matter have a propensity for estate living? Or why do the community-activist Obamas prefer to live in not one, but three mansions? 

Today, we celebrate Memorial Day. What does that mean? Unfortunately, for many citizens, it signifies just another three-day weekend, the beginning of the summer season, and an excuse for a weekend cook-out. Sadly, we have lost even the vestiges of the meaning of this holiday: a solemn time, serving both as catharsis for those who fought and survived, and to ensure that those who followed would not forget the sacrifice of those who died that the American republic might live.

Actor-writer pushes forward with pro-faith, pro-family messaging at public library book event

Speaking at the Seattle Public Library on Saturday, actor-writer Kirk Cameron encountered a small group of protesters who objected to his pro-faith, pro-family and pro-country messages during his children's book event, with one individual hoisting a large sign that said, "You are growing to be a real pain — you know that."

African American abolitionist and women's rights advocate, born into slavery in 1797, spoke in Akron, Ohio

Sojourner Truth, the African American abolitionist, women's rights advocate and social activist revered to this day for her presentation on racial inequalities, delivered her famous "Ain't I a Woman?" speech on this day in history, May 29, 1851, at the Ohio Women's Rights Convention in Akron, Ohio.