Court rules biological man allowed in sorority

A federal district court ruled Friday that a national sorority organization did not violate its own bylaws by allowing a biological man to live in a sorority house and dismissed the complaint from sorority sisters, according to court documents. Kappa Kappa Gamma (KKG) sorority sisters sued the national organization in March for admitting a biological


Türkiye Remarks on Possible Military Intervention in Niger

SINGAPORE — Türkiye is deciding how it can contribute to restoring democratic order in Niger, where a military junta seized power in July this year, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has said. The coup provoked sanctions and threats of military intervention from regional countries around Niger. Addressing reporters while returning from a trip to Hungary,


UK “Health” Service Murdering People, Says Whistleblower Nurse

The United Kingdom’s “National Health Service” is deliberately killing growing numbers of people as part of documented programs to save resources, explained world-renowned nurse-turned-whistleblower Kate Shemirami in this interview with The New American magazine’s Alex Newman at Red Pill Expo in Des Moines. Shemirami, who has the documents proving her allegations, has been ruthlessly persecuted and


Further Thoughts on Industrial Policy

Supporters of industrial policy often argue in the following way: Sometime in the past government raised Smith’s taxes, gave the proceeds to Jones, and Jones then used these proceeds to build a better mousetrap; it follows that government is responsible for better mousetraps in particular, and, more generally, for whatever contribution better mousetraps make to