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Florida congressman to introduce transparency bill targeting Biden family members

presidents and vice presidents provide financial disclosures for their non-dependent children ahead of Hunter Biden’s much-criticized art exhibition.

Team USA’s ‘preppy’ and ‘pretentious’ outfits ripped on Twitter

Team USA’s outfits for the 2020 Olympics opening ceremony in Tokyo were ripped by Twitter denizens Friday, who mocked the Ralph Lauren-made ensembles for being “pretentious,” too “preppy” and severely lacking in “drip.”

Donald Trump slams ‘disgusting’ report on Russian interference in 2016 election

A new report alleging Russian spy agencies were told to help Donald Trump win the 2016 presidential election is “disgusting” and “fiction,” the former president said Thursday.

BLM under fire for defending Cuban regime, blaming protests on US

Black Lives Matter has been accused of hypocrisy by ignoring the pleas for help from Cuba’s oppressed citizens — instead blaming the violent protests on US opposition to the Communist “revolution.”

Media fails to see the poor ethics of Hunter Biden’s art career: Devine

Readers of the Washington Post (no relation!) were shocked last week to discover that the White House has an ethical problem regarding Hunter Biden’s cashing in on his father’s name.

California ‘Epsilon’ strain of COVID-19 could evade vaccines, study says

A new study has found that COVID-19 vaccines may be somewhat vulnerable to the California “Epsilon” strain of virus. The variant has three spike protein mutations...

Britney Spears invited to Congress to ‘inform policy decisions’ on conservatorships

A group of Republican House members invited Britney Spears Wednesday to address Congress, saying that her conservatorship battle could influence policy and give “hope to millions.”

Freedom! NYers celebrate end of COVID-19 lockdowns on Fourth of July

New Yorkers declared their independence from COVID-19 lockdowns on Sunday by heading to beaches, parks and prime spots for watching fireworks — free of the fear, social distancing and masks that wrecked last year’s July Fourth.

US priest: Exorcisms on the rise as demons now haunt victims by text

As Monsignor Stephen Rossetti watched the man in front of him, he saw his blue eyes turn yellow and the pupils shrink down to mere dots. They looked, Rossetti said, precisely like the eyes of a hissing snake.

North Korea defector criticizes Gwen Berry, calls her ‘spoiled’

A human rights activist who escaped oppression in North Korea called US Olympian Gwen Berry “spoiled” for turning her back on the American flag — saying she doesn’t know how good she has it.

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