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March 2, 2021

Chicago Targets Catholic and Patriotic Monuments

CV NEWS FEED // The City of Chicago is targeting 41 monuments and other public works of art for possible removal, but the controversial plan is
February 27, 2021

House Passes COVID Relief Bill Without Pro-Life Protections

CV NEWS FEED // The House passed a new COVID relief bill early Saturday morning. The legislation was scrubbed of protections for the unborn found in
February 26, 2021

SCOTUS Order Quashes California Effort to Restrict Worship

CV NEWS FEED // A Supreme Court order issued Friday reiterated that houses of worship in the State of California are free to gather at 25%
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.