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    'What Am I Doing?' Gender Hysteria Takes Its Toll
    July 26, 2019

    "I was 17... I finally started on testosterone gel, later switching to injections. It was a huge thing when my voice broke, and my figure started changing -- my hips narrowed, my shoulders broadened. It felt right. Passing as a man, I felt safer in public places, I was taken more seriously when I spoke, and I felt more confident. Then I had chest surgery. It was botched, and I was left with terrible scarring. I was traumatized. For the first time, I asked myself, 'What am I doing?'" (continue reading...)

    The Stars Align at This Year's Values Voter Summit!
    July 26, 2019

    You may not have signed up for VVS yet, but Dana Loesch has! The crowd favorite, radio host, and best-selling author is the latest to join a star-studded line-up at FRC's 14th annual Values Voter Summit. Join Dana -- and conservative headliners like Allie Stuckey, Lt. Col. Ollie North, Dr. Bill Bennett -- and more at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C. this October 11-13th. (continue reading...)

    America's Futility at Fertility
    July 26, 2019

    Usually, having a baby costs money. But in places like Hungary, parents are actually making money -- as much as $35,000 for a third child. It's the country's latest solution to the falling fertility rate, a problem the U.S. can unfortunately identify with. (continue reading...)

    The Mueller Retort
    July 25, 2019

    "Finally, Washington sort of agrees on something," the New Yorker half-joked. "Mueller bombed." After 124 days of waiting, "painful" doesn't begin to describe the disjointed spectacle of former special counsel Robert Mueller's House hearing. The epic dud, proclaimed across the news networks as "sad," "embarrassing," and "a disaster" came to an anti-climatic end Wednesday for Speaker Nancy Pelosi's (D-Calif.) party.  (continue reading...)

    Parents: Lost in Trans Mission
    July 25, 2019

    "It's a parent's worst nightmare." That's putting the case of Anmarie Calgaro lightly. No mother should have to find out from someone else that her own son, a bright 17-year-old, had undergone a devastating, life-changing surgery. But that is Anmarie's reality, thanks to a radically liberal legal team who decided to do everything they could to keep her in the dark about her son's gender transition. (continue reading...)

    Hollywood Delivers Its Lines on Abortion
    July 25, 2019

    While Hollywood tiptoes around China for approval on various projects, there is one area they should both agree on: abortion. The infamous one-child regime, which has an increasingly powerful seat at America's entertainment table, won't be the least bit offended by Tinseltown's latest mandate -- scenes about ending pregnancies with characters who are proud of it. (continue reading...)

    Loan Survivor? America on the Brink with Debt
    July 24, 2019

    For all the talk that Republicans and Democrats don't see eye to eye, there is one place where they agree: spending. And lots of it. Sure, there are some Hill conservatives who will raise a ruckus and mean it -- but the appetite for real reform is gone. And this week's debt deal proves it. (continue reading...)

    Cuomo: Hooked on a Feline
    July 24, 2019

    New York Governor Andrew Cuomo (D) seems incredibly concerned with animal cruelty. But when it comes to newborn babies? Not so much. The man behind the infamous light display for infanticide has apparently decided that it's mean to declaw cats. Dismembering tiny humans, on the other hand, gets a hearty standing ovation. (continue reading...)

    Doctors Need to Examine Their Motives on Trans Teens
    July 24, 2019

    "It was easier than signing a cell phone contract." That's how Helena, who identified as transgender at age 15, described getting her first hormone prescription. She didn't need a therapist's approval or any kind of assessment when she walked in the clinic. "You just need to go sign the paper, and they'll give you the [drugs]." Seventeen months of testosterone later, she wished she'd never taken it. (continue reading...)

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