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April 27, 2021

Biden Admin: We “Disagree” With Bishops on Using Aborted Children for Research

CV NEWS FEED // White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki said President Biden “respectfully disagrees” with the U.S. Bishops, who object to the administration using the bodies
April 26, 2021

Connecticut Girls Hit Setback, Press Forward Against Unfair ‘Trans’ Policy

CV NEWS FEED // A group of girl athletes are appealing a judge’s rejection of their case against a policy that allows male-born “trans” athletes to
April 23, 2021

Biden Admin to Fly Rainbow Flag at U.S. Embassies Around the World

CV NEWS FEED // Secretary of State Antony Blinken sent a directive authorizing U.S. outposts to fly the “LGBT Pride” flag on the same flagpole as
April 22, 2021

Justice Thomas Calls Out Supreme Court Abortion Hypocrisy

CV NEWS FEED // Justice Clarence Thomas called out his liberal fellow justices on the Supreme Court Thursday, observing that they call minors accused of murder
April 21, 2021

Congressional Antitrust Hearing Could Lead to Big Changes in Big Tech

CV NEWS FEED // A congressional hearing turned up a number of disturbing anti-competitive practices on the part of Google and Apple, leading to speculation that
April 21, 2021

North Dakota’s Republican Governor Vetoes Bill Protecting Girls Sports

CV NEWS FEED // Gov. Doug Burgum, R-ND, vetoed a bill Wednesday that would have prohibited students who were born male from competing in K-12 girls
April 20, 2021

Biden Admin Files Appeal To Force Doctors to Perform “Trans” Surgeries

CV NEWS FEED // The Biden administration filed an appeal Tuesday against a January federal court order in North Dakota that said the government cannot force
April 20, 2021

Gov Doug Ducey Vetoes Bill To Put Parents in Charge of Sex Ed

CV NEWS FEED // Gov. Doug Ducey, R-AZ, vetoed a bill Tuesday that would have forbidden teachers to discuss sex with school children without parents’ foreknowledge
April 19, 2021

DeSantis Signs Law Cracking Down on Rioters

CV NEWS FEED // Gov. Ron DeSantis, R-FL, signed a bill into law Monday that aims to protect citizens from violence and property damage stemming from