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As the playoff picture continues to shape up, week 12 is critical to the fate of several teams. Here are my picks from Turkey Day to Tuesday night.
After corporate America tried to cancel him for a racial slur used with friends, the country singer’s tour is welcome news — but he’s still banned from an awards ceremony next week.
It is unclear why the taxpayer-funded district is attempting to force employees to go through an official approval process for communications.
The University of Michigan paid a critical race theory activist close to $266 per minute—in total, $20,000—to lecture on systemic racism over Zoom.
Vimeo censored a cartoonist’s fictional series about a vaccine, even though it never mentions COVID-19, saying it could “cause people to take dangerous” treatments.
Indiana University funneled $55,000 in taxpayer dollars to a left-wing education conference in exchange for exclusive marketing services and exposure.
Oregon spent $78,000 on their 2020 and 2021 Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion conference. Speakers were paid between $1,000 and $5,000 for presenting on race and equity.
Hochul has extended eviction moratoriums, is trying to force some New Yorkers to get vaccinated, and is seeking COVID-19 testing of public school employees.
A year after the U.S. hit its deadliest drug overdose record, a Philadelphia group is trying to allow people to inject themselves at ‘harm reduction’ centers.
After the new show was panned for being a competitive woke-off designed to reward shilling for retweets, CBS yanked the series altogether.
After requiring people to show vaccination proof on all domestic flights, on trains, and at universities, Italy moved to mandate that employees do the same for work.
The National Rifle Association tells The Federalist any Biden nominee, like Chipman, will not respect the constitutional rights of Americans.
DiAngelo was funneled $12,000 in taxpayer dollars by Ohio State University to lecture on white privilege, while contractually concealing her work and avoiding dialogue.
Even amid less active coronavirus cases, Italy has mandated vaccine passports for all domestic flights and trains, as well as universities.
In Philadelphia alone this year, 137 children under age 18 have been shot in city neighborhoods, and 32 have died.
Chat buttons do not substitute messages, emojis do not substitute emotions, and video chats do not substitute in-person interactions that foster nuance.
Black Voters Matter’s absurd and lackluster initiative is part of a comprehensive left-wing effort to undermine elections.
After being stripped of his emergency powers, Gov. Tom Wolf is pleading with state legislators to champion pseudo-science by mandating masks for children in schools.
Quality Logo Products, a logo printing company, removed an ‘offensive mascots’ poll from its website after Fighting Irish fans treated it with contempt.
Chicago GOP Chairman Steve Boulton told The Federalist he thinks Republican Rep. Adam Kinzinger is unlikely to prevail in a primary.
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