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    GOP Governor Defends Himself After Sparking Outrage

    Texas Gov. Greg Abbott is responding after a spokesperson for President Biden said that busing migrants to Washington, D.C., on Christmas Eve was a “dangerous and shameful stunt.” Renae Eze, a spokesperson for Abbott, said that Biden “Hypocrite-in-Chief” was blasting Texas for busing migrants while he was often “flying planeloads of migrants across the country […] More

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    How Trump Paid Nothing In Taxes

    In 2020, during his last year in office, Donald Trump did not pay any income taxes according to his tax returns which were released to a congressional committee and made public recently. According to the tax returns, that year Trump made $11 million in interest from investments and an additional $400,000 salary, however, he still […] More

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    Biden’s Son Suing Who?

    A team is currently working on finding combatting legal battles against the legal woes faced by Hunter Biden. These include possible defamation suits against important GOP figures. The Washington Post on Saturday published an in-depth report on the growing work taking place in order for Hunter Biden to combat any legal cases that might be […] More

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    NAACP Issues Demand To Supreme Court

    The NAACP is asking the Supreme Court to “uphold the integrity” of elections after the oral arguments in the Moore v. Harper case on the “independent state legislature” theory were heard on Wednesday. The case which originates from North Carolina concerns the redrawing of congressional maps in a way that would essentially eliminate state court’s […] More

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    Republicans Win Massive Vaccine Battle

    Congressional Democrats are about to hand Republicans an important victory as they are planning on adding language in the defense funding bill which would repeal the COVID-19 vaccine mandate for all personnel. The Daily Mail reports that the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) is going to be following a directive that will effectively end the […] More

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    Voting Age Gets Lowered To What?

    Boston, Massachusetts city councilors in a recent vote allowed those above the age of 16 to start voting in municipal elections according to WBUR reports. The petition to lower the voting age was passed in a 9-4 vote. In order for those above the age of 16 to qualify to vote they will also need […] More

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    DeSantis Responds To Lawsuit Against Him

    Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ team has responded to the new federal lawsuit filed by an immigrant rights group fighting the constitutionality of the state flying immigrants to Martha’s Vineyard. DeSantis’ communication director, Taryn Fenske has noted that the relocation program was “lawfully executed under an appropriation of the Florida state legislature,” it is also noteworthy […] More

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    Jan 6 Panel Brings Down Oath Keepers

    Stewart Rhodes, the leader of the far-right Oath Keepers group, was convicted on Tuesday for his role in the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol riot. Rhodes was found guilty of seditious conspiracy. This marks a win for the Justice Department which has used this uncommon charge for members of extremist groups who conspired in the scheme […] More

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    Hillary Caught Spreading Misinformation

    Hillary Clinton has been widely promoting the idea that the pending ruling by the Supreme Court on the election law case is part of a Republican plan to “literally steal” the 2024 presidential election. On Tuesday Clinton, who had previously failed to win the 2016 presidential election against former President Trump, said that right-wing extremists […] More

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    Liberals Slap DeSantis With Lawsuit

    The Florida Center for Government Accountability has filed a lawsuit that is trying to pressure Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ office to release the public records relating to the transportation of two planes of immigrants to Martha’s Vineyard in Massachusetts. DeSantis on September 14 moved around 50 mostly-Venezuelan migrants from San Antonio, Texas, to Martha’s Vineyard. […] More

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    Lindsey Graham: Radical Left Won With SCOTUS Pick

    Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C. said President Biden‘s nomination of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court shows that the “radical left” has won. Graham, a member of the powerful Judiciary Committee, had urged Biden to pick South Carolina district court Judge J. Michelle Childs. “If media reports are accurate, and Judge Jackson has been […] More

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    Sarah Palin vs. New York Times: Palin Takes the Stand

    NEW YORK — Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin took the witness stand on Wednesday in her defamation lawsuit against The New York Times, giving the jury a folksy overview of her family life in Alaska and ascent in Republican politics. Palin testified for only about 20 minutes at the end of the day at a civil trial in Manhattan federal court after […] More

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