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Former employee says she was paid off after the incident.

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This could be the first firm tie between Clinton and the fake news.

President Trump: Hillary Clinton OK’ing Russia Collusion Story Is...

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Oklahoma Passes Strictest Abortion Ban in U.S.

State representatives passed a pro-life bill that would provide unborn children the most protection of any state in the nation.
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Texas City Considers Declaring State of Emergency Over Border Crisis

The border city of El Paso, Texas, is considering plans to declare a state of emergency over the growing border crisis, according to a Wednesday press release from city officials.

Legislation Could End Gun Sales to All Current Firearm Owners Forever, Require DOJ License

Do you want Merrick Garland to decide if you’re eligible to own a gun every time you acquire a new firearm?

San Antonio Texas Hit Hardest by Baby Formula Shortage – 56 Percent of Retailers Have None

A local news outlet reported that parents in San Antonio, Texas, are struggling the most in the U.S. to get the formula their infants need, with 56 percent of retailers reporting empty shelves.

Netflix Lays off Dozens of Employees Involved With ‘BIPOC’ & ‘LGBTQ+’ Projects

Netflix has announced a new round of layoffs, choosing this time to let go of over 150 employees. Many of the laid off employees were involved with “LBGT+ and BIPOC” projects.

Justice Coming for the ‘Dirty 51’ Hunter Biden Laptop Liars

One of the most galling aspects of the Hunter Biden laptop saga is that the 51 former intelligence officials who played such a critical role in suppressing The Post’s stories and giving Joe Biden cover before the 2020 election have never been brought to account.

Louisiana Governor Reverses ‘Insane Mandate’ Requiring COVID Vaccines for Students

Children and students attending daycare, K-12 programs and college in Louisiana will, at least for now, not be required to get the COVID-19 vaccine, Gov. John Bel Edwards announced Wednesday.

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