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Mikaela Mathews

Mikaela Mathews

President Biden Promises Bold Timeline of Vaccine Distribution

Biden has recently pledged to vaccinate 1.5 million people a day, an increase from the previously promised 1 million people. The increase is intended to create a “herd” immunity by this summer in order to prevent another fall and winter of lockdowns and social distancing.

Confirmed Sec. of State Promises to Fly Pride Flag at US Embassies

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken, citing "the highest number of murders of transgender people," has promised to seek protections for members of the LGBT community. That includes flying the pride flag at US embassies.

Supreme Court Denies Nevada’s Appeal over COVID Restrictions

Calvary Chapel Dayton Valley won a lawsuit against the state to allow in-person worship services at 25% capacity. But the church recently filed two petitions with the Supreme Court, believing that the ruling did not go far enough.

A Majority of White Evangelicals Still Favored Trump after Capitol Riots

According to a new poll, despite leaving office with his lowest overall approval rating (31 percent), White evangelicals generally still held former President Trump in high regards at the end of his term, with 62 percent finding him favorable. 

Judge Rejects Injunction to Restore Service to Parlar

A U.S. District Judge has decided that Amazon does not have to restore Parlar, a social media app favored by the far right, to its web hosting service.

'He Is Safe with God': Dolly Parton’s Brother, Randy, Dies following Battle with Cancer

Dolly Parton shared on social media this week that her younger brother Randy has passed away from cancer.

Founder of March for Life to Be Honored in National Garden of Heroes

President Trump recently added Nellie Gray, the pro-life activist who started the March for Life, to the list of people who will be honored in the National Garden of American Heroes. The garden is set to open up in 2026.

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