People are sick and tired of being pushed around by authoritarian health officials on a power trip and media-stoked panic.
'Even here in America over the past year, we’ve been remiss in not protecting our First Amendment freedoms as strongly as we should.'
Shock Video: Man Questioning Masks Attacked, Has Window Shattered for Daring to Question Media Narrative
The man was chastising people for wearing masks outside when his car window was smashed by an unhinged man with a bike.
'I am quite content to let the Lord Jesus Christ himself decide whether or not this is persecution,' Pastor James Coates said.
Samuel Sey breaks down the arrest of James Coates, a Canadian pastor who kept his church doors open despite government-mandated lockdowns.
Planters Offers Good Samaritan New Car and Lifetime Supply of Peanuts for His Incredible Act of Kindness
Tempered by the military and his own experience in Canadian weather, Gary Bath truly a Godsend to Lynn Marchessault.
Biden showed just how out of touch he is with everyday, working-class Americans when he signed an order to take away their jobs on day one.
Biden will unleash an economic bloodbath on his first day in office, but those of us who know Democrats fear it's only the beginning.
The church's minister said that out of the hundreds of ceremonies he'd been a part of, this one was the most 'profound.'
After the couple informed authorities of the incident, they were told that this scam is nothing new and many others have fallen prey.
Viral video from the New Year's Eve party in Canada has sparked debate over whether police should have intervened.
Canada potentially endangered its own national security as well as that of the neighboring US by allowing the CCP to observe military exercises.
If left unchecked, there's little doubt that China's global ambitions will play out in disastrous fashion in the coming years.
A 90-year-old Canadian woman faced with another nursing home lockdown chose to end her life through medically-assisted suicide.
The Canadian government annouced this week that it does not use the controverisal Dominion software, which has been the subject of scrunity.
'We believe a total of six letters were sent: one to the White House and five to Texas.'