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February 25, 2021

Rand Paul Confronts Biden HHS Pick On Sex Changes for Children

Editorial Note: Dr. Rachel Levine is a man who claims to be a woman.  CV NEWS FEED // Sen. Rand Paul, R-KY, confronted Dr. Rachel Levine
February 24, 2021

New York Times Columnist Blasts School Lockdowns

CV NEWS FEED // New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof wrote a scathing critique of school lockdowns, blaming Democrats for inflicting “permanent damage” on American children
February 24, 2021

Polling: Women Wish they Could Stay Home

The economic changes brought about by COVID-19 restrictions are spurring American families to rethink childcare, and some believe this could lead to new opportunities. The Pew
February 24, 2021

Obamacare Nun Claims Opponents of Becerra are Anti-Catholic

(Image: Sister Carol Keehan, 2010) Sister Carol Keehan accused opponents of Health and Human Services nominee Xavier Becerra of anti-Catholicism. Keehan made the claim in an
February 23, 2021

Equality Act May Lose Only Republican Supporter

CV NEWS FEED // Sen. Susan Collins, R-ME, is signaling she may not support the Equality Act this year. In 2019, Collins was the only Republican
February 23, 2021

Biden’s Pick for Health Secretary Openly Defends Partial-Birth Abortion

CV NEWS FEED // Health secretary nominee Xavier Becerra refused to back down on his past support of partial-birth abortion during his Senate confirmation hearing. Sen.
February 22, 2021

Could Joe Manchin Thwart Xavier Becerra’s Nomination?

CV NEWS FEED // Pro-life groups have brought attention to Xavier Becerra’s radically pro-abortion record and said he’s not the right fit to charter the nation’s
February 21, 2021

Amazon Bans Book Critical of Transgender Ideology

CV NEWS FEED // Amazon has removed Ryan T. Anderson’s book When Harry Became Sally: Responding to the Transgender Movement. The online retailer, which accounts for
February 19, 2021

WaPo Columnist Wants More Abortions in Entertainment

CV NEWS FEED // “Dammit!” wrote Kate Cohen in her Friday column at the Washington Post. She was “hoping” a character in a TV show she