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Canadian judge stays compelled speech order issued against pastor whenever he speaks publicly about COVID-19

Sunday, December 5, 2021 | Tag Cloud Tags: Canada, Christian, Court of Appeals, covid-19, News, sanctions, United States, War, Worthy News (Worthy News) – A Canadian judge issued a stay against a court order that compelled a Christian pastor to echo government health officials whenever he speaks publicly about COVID-19 and vaccines. Justice Jo’Anne Strekaf of the Alberta Court of…

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Iran Cements Its Advantage While Biden Sleeps

Six months into President Joe Biden’s term, several sanctions against Iran were lifted and new ones imposed as the administration seeks to cajole Iran back to the negotiating table over their nuclear capacity. While the messaging from Washington, and the signaling from Tehran, was mixed, one thing was clear this past July in the southwestern city of Ahvaz: people were…

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Stop Blaming The United States For Communism’s Effects On Cuba

As a first-generation Cuban American from Miami, Florida, my upbringing, daily discourse, and education have been overwhelmingly influenced by the Cuban struggle. To me, it’s always seemed straightforward: Cuba’s communist system has inflicted human and civil rights violations, family separations, and sexual, religious, and ideological persecution of minorities since 1959. Yet upon leaving my Cuban American community, I encountered individuals…

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House Republicans Demand Answers After Biden Admin Lifts Iran Sanctions Without Consulting Congress

Last week, the Biden administration gave Iran what it wanted. Without consulting Congress, the administration lifted sanctions on multiple former Iranian officials and businesses, thereby relaxing U.S. pressure on the world’s largest state sponsor of terrorism.  Republicans on the House Foreign Affairs Committee weren’t amused. On the contrary, they continue to assert that the administration chose not to consult Congress…

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