Valedictorian From Michigan Now Allowed To Mention God And More – Individuals from around the Nation are standing up and fighting the battles that need to be fought. A Valedictorian from Michigan is now allowed to reference God in her speech, and much more good news today!
Air Date: 06/11/2021
On-air Personalities: David Barton, Rick Green, and Tim Barton
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- Valedictorian, Now Allowed to Reference God, Tells Newsmax: ‘I’m Really Pleased’
- Michigan School Reverses, Will Allow “One-Time” Exception for High School Valedictorian’s Speech
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- ‘I’m a teacher but I serve God first’: Virginia teacher placed on leave after refusing to kowtow to trans ideology
- Supreme Court Unanimously Rebuffs Biden Administration on Warrantless Searches for Handguns
- 62 Percent of Americans Oppose Allowing Transgender Girls to Play on Biological Girls’ Sports Teams, Gallup Says
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