Controversial Ohio Holiday Children’s Story Time with Drag Queens Cancelled

LGBTQ rights activists canceled their controversial Holi-drag Storytime, a faction of Drag Queen Story Hour geared towards small children as young as two years old mere hours before the event was set to begin.

On Saturday, the Red Oak Community School, part of the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Columbus scheduled to have a holiday drag queen event where three local drag queens would be in attendance to read books “highlighting inclusion and acceptance” to the children and would perform a few holiday numbers.

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No Arrests at ‘White Lives Matter’ Rally in Murfreesboro as League of the South Leaders Fail to Show Up

A heavy law enforcement presence and a well planned security strategy kept a tiny group of League of the South members separated from an estimated 1,000 counter protesters in Murfreesboro on Saturday. The event ended peacefully with no arrests, the Murfreesboro Police Department confirmed at about 3:45 p.m. Leaders from…

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Volunteers Help Board Up Retail Stores in Murfreesboro’s Square in Advance of Today’s Rally

MURFREESBORO, Tennessee–Local volunteers helped board up retail stories in Murfreesboro’s square on Friday in advance of today’s “White Lives Matter” permitted rally by the League of the South. “We live here in the Murfreesboro area and just heard what was going on and just wanted to see if we could…

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