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Construction continues at a building complex in Mesquite, Texas, Friday, Feb. 16, 2024. At a bustling construction site outside of Dallas, there are hopes that Congress can finally pass nearly $95 billion in foreign aid including funding for Ukraine, because factory jobs in the United States depend on that money. Aerospace and defense company General Dynamics’ new factory in the Dallas suburb of Mesquite is expected to initially employ 150 people to produce munitions. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)

Global deep state: Fascist world order funded by American taxpayer

The government is spending money it doesn't have on foreign aid programs it can't afford, while the national debt continues to grow, domestic infrastructure continues to deteriorate, and borders continue to be breached.

People take photos near a John Harvard statue, left, on the Harvard University campus, Jan. 2, 2024, in Cambridge, Mass. In a letter Monday, Feb. 19, to the school community, Harvard University condemned what it called a “flagrantly antisemitic cartoon” posted on social media over the weekend by a group that includes students and faculty. (AP Photo/Steven Senne, File)

Harvard leads in Ivy League’s pitiful race to the bottom

- The Washington Times

The once-fine Harvard University has become a school of disrepute. So, too, most all of the Ivy Leagues. Who wants to send their kids to an Ivy League anymore? The schools are plagued by antisemites, dotted with plagiarists and dominated by leftist loons.

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Alabama IVF ruling: Is a frozen embryo a person?

The Christian view is that human beings are persons no matter where they are located -- whether inside of the womb or out.

Los Angeles Fire Department Arson Unit personnel gather forensic evidence outside the Sylmar Christian Fellowship Church on Thursday, July 6, 2023, in the Sylmar section of Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel)

Higher Ground: Attacks against churches soar

- The Washington Times

Welcome to Higher Ground, the newsletter and website dedicated to helping families of faith navigate a chaotic world with rigorous reporting, commentary and analysis on national, global and cultural issues, with reporting from the experienced journalists of The Washington Times.

Speaker of the House Mike Johnson, R-La., speaks with reporters on Capitol Hill, Thursday, Feb. 15, 2024, in Washington. Federal and state authorities are investigating suspicious mail containing a white powder that was received, Monday, Feb. 19, 2024, by a north Louisiana church attended by Johnson. (AP Photo/Mariam Zuhaib) **FILE**

Johnson, Trump champion IVF along with other Republicans

- The Washington Times

House Speaker Mike Johnson on Friday teamed up with former President Donald Trump and dozens of other congressional Republicans in supporting in vitro fertilization following the Alabama Supreme Court's ruling that spurred a halt in fertility treatments.

This image released by Lionsgate shows Alan Ritchson and Emily Mitchell in a scene from "Ordinary Angels." (Allen Fraser/Lionsgate via AP)

Plugged In Movie Reviews: ‘Ordinary Angels’ has extraordinary heart

Anchored by two-time Oscar winner Hilary Swank, "Ordinary Angels" gives us an extraordinary, well-crafted story. "Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children" is really a movie just for the fans and without a bit of backstory you'll likely step out amazed at how incomprehensible it all is.