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Walmart CEO Announces Store Closures and Higher Prices Are Looming Thanks to Rampant Crime

Walmart could face store closures and price increases because of large-scale retail theft, CEO Doug McMillon told CNBC on Tuesday.

‘Non-Binary’ Colorado Shooting Suspect Officially Charged With Over 300 Counts

Authorities revealed formal charges Tuesday totaling 305 counts against the alleged perpetrator of the November mass shooting at a Colorado Springs LBGT club, according to CNN.

GOP Wins Another Congressional Seat in California

A California congressional district currently represented by a Democrat is sending a Republican to Congress.

Federal Judges Give DOJ a Huge Win Over Trump in Mar-a-Lago Documents Case

The Biden administration’s Department of Justice won a major victory over former President Donald Trump on Thursday when a federal appeals court panel threw out a lower court’s ruling that allowed a special master to review documents taken from Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida.

‘Jesus Taught Love, Kindness and Forgiveness’: Elon Musk Drops Biblical Lesson on Twitter

When Elon Musk bought Twitter, he enraged leftists by breaking their monopoly over the discourse on social media platforms.

Thanksgiving Football Ad Calls Out 12 Republican Senators Siding with Democrats for a Sneaky ‘Attack on People of Faith’

The twisted minds of many U.S. lawmakers enjoy concocting ironic nomenclature for legislation that will have the opposite impact of what it would imply.

Washington’s Thanksgiving Proclamation of 1789 Should Be Read by Every Citizen

In the war for America’s shared culture, it might, regrettably, be time to pull a Dunkirk on Columbus Day.

Kari Lake Declares ‘I Will Become Governor’ as Arizona’s AG Officially Steps Into Election Mess

Regardless of where you stand on the political spectrum or what you even think of her personally, it’s inarguable that Arizona gubernatorial candidate and GOP rising star Kari Lake is a fighter.

Maricopa Board of Supervisors Get Raked Across Coals by Voters – Applause Is Overwhelming

A throng of angry Arizona voters blasted the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors on Wednesday at its first public meeting since last week’s botched midterm elections.

Poster Boy for Vaccination Campaign Dies Suddenly at Just 4 Years Old

In a tragic turn of events, Santino Godoy Blanco, just 4 years old, has passed away from pneumonia on Nov. 3, according to multiple reports.

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