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Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg has lost his campaign’s chief information security officer, citing “differences” with the campaign over its security practices. Mick Baccio, who served under the former South Bend mayor’s...

The US Navy is building a ship that they are naming after a true American hero. Harvey Milk (1930-1978) was an inspiring LGBT activist who in 1978 became the first openly gay elected official in California history. On November 27 1978, Milk, a highly...

While many are focused on Facebook's unwillingness to curb false political ads, there appears to be another misinformation campaign going unchecked. The Guardian and GLAAD have noted that personal injury law firms continue to run Facebook ads m...

These charts reflect the results of a new Out Magazine / YouGov Poll -- done between November 11th and 18th of 816 registered LGBTQ voters nationally. The poll has a 4.7 point margin of error.If you thought Pete Burrigieg, who is a gay man, would hav...

Female athletes were not only cheated, they were ignored. The post NCAA Names a Man Their “Female Athlete of the Week,” Leaves Out a Few Key Details About Him appeared first on RedState.

This idea is a real contender. The post Inclusion: Instead of Removing Venus Symbol, Babylon Bee Has Better Packaging Idea for Always Feminine Products appeared first on RedState.

What's the end game here? The post Embrace Our Beliefs or Be Canceled appeared first on RedState.