Kassy Dillon, Fox News

Kassy Dillon

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Past articles by Kassy:

Utah parent calls out school district for removing Bible over ‘vulgarity or violence': 'Ridiculous'

Colton Lindsay, a Utah parent, said he opposes his daughter's school district removing the Bible from elementary and middle schools for "vulgarity or violence" → Read More

Montana attorney general stands by TikTok ban despite lawsuits: 'Spying tool for the Chinese Communist Party'

Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen said he was not interested in protecting China's free speech rights and that TikTok was banned for national security reasons. → Read More

Civil Rights leaders, scholars, descendants of slaves speak out on reparations for Black Americans

Fox News Digital explored the case for and against reparations by hearing directly from influential voices within the African-American community, highlighting the varied perspectives on the contested issues. → Read More

'Simply ignore it' says Florida Black business owner about NAACP's travel advisory

Mike Hill, a Florida business owner, reacted to the NAACP's travel advisory that accused the the Sunshine State of being hostile towards people of color. → Read More

Reparations fight roars as some cities push million-dollar payments to Black Americans: 'Our civic obligation'

Foes and advocates of reparations debate the issue in interviews with Fox News Digital as the push for direct payments to Black Americans grows across the country. → Read More

DeSantis strips luxurious Florida hotel's liquor license after hosting 'lewd' drag show with children present

Hyatt Regency Miami lost its liquor license after hosting "A Drag Queen Christmas" in December which featured sexually explicit content, according to a complaint. → Read More

Scientist says nature's 'skeleton key' could be solution to toxic chemical spills and save East Palestine

Tradd Cotter, a mushroom expert of nearly 40 years, told Fox News that using fungi may be effective in cleaning up the chemical spill in East Palestine, Ohio. → Read More

Massachusetts Democrat resigns following backlash for comments about abortion and special needs children

Michael Hugo on Thursday announced his resignation as the chair of the Framingham Democratic Committee in Massachusetts after controversy over his comments on abortion. → Read More

Massachusetts Democrats decide fate of lawmaker after abortion comments leave parents irate

Massachusetts Democrat Michael Hugo, under fire for complaining about the cost of special education for disabled children who are not aborted, won't be removed from his position. → Read More

DeSantis signs bill revoking Disney's self-governing power

Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a bill Monday giving control of Disney's special district — now known as the Central Florida Tourism Oversight District — to the state. → Read More

Protest responding to Massachusetts Democrat's comments about disabled unborn babies announced

A protest is planned in Framingham, Massachusetts, in response to Michael Hugo's saying disabled babies not aborted become a strain on the school system. → Read More

Massachusetts Democrat told to step down after abortion comments leave parents irate

A local democratic official in Framingham, Massachusetts is under fire for comments made about babies born with disabilities who need access to special education. → Read More

EXCLUSIVE: Oklahoma governor praises passage of 'empowering' school choice bill in state's House

Governor Stitt called Oklahoma's House of Representatives passage of school choice legislation "the most expansive education parents choice bill in the country." → Read More

New York Times played into ‘age-old trope of Jewish power’ in its Hasidic schools series, ADL says

The ADL's CEO Jonathan Greenblatt said his organization has the "right to voice our outrage" at the New York Times' coverage of the Orthodox Jewish community. → Read More

New York City residents torn over efforts to shelter migrants: ‘We’re not even helping our own people'

New Yorkers share whether the city has prioritized migrants over the homeless as illegal immigrants protest outside the luxury hotel refusing to relocate. → Read More

EXCLUSIVE: Politicon To Leave Los Angeles For A New City, Co-Founder Explains Reason For Move

Politicon, the 5-year-old annual bipartisan political convention, will be relocating from Los Angeles, California to Nashville, Tennessee. → Read More

My Alma Stops Identifying as a Mater

All-female Mount Holyoke now equates womanhood with a ‘history of exclusion.’ → Read More

35 Times Men Were Falsely Accused Of Sexual Assault

In recent weeks, left-wing activists have been pushing a “Believe All Women” narrative. This narrative not only ignores due process, but also reality. Sexual assaults do happen, but so do false accusations. → Read More

Modern witch hunt: Brett Kavanaugh as John Proctor from 'The Crucible'

Kassy Dillon says we are living in the modern day Salem Witch Trials. → Read More

Utah As A Model State For Volunteerism

The state of Utah has been battling more wildfires than usual this year, resulting in the destruction of 85,000 acres and the evacuation of 6,000 people from 1,500 homes. → Read More