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How ‘Green’ Cars Pollute More Than Gas-Powered Engines: Study

Remember the complaints about the feasibility of electric vehicles, particularly in terms of limited range? Well, guess what, you climate-denier: You can’t keep hiding behind that excuse!

Patrisse Cullors’s Brother Among BLM’s Two Highest-Paid Employees

The highest-paid employee of the national Black Lives Matter group is Paul Cullors, the brother of the charity's embattled co-founder Patrisse Cullors, new filings reveal.

Pushers of Universal Vax ‘Guilty of Crimes Against Humanity’: Former Pfizer VP

Former Pfizer VP Michael Yeadon maintains that since the infection fatality ratio of COVID-19 has not been high, the vaccines should not have been mandated.

Biden Wanted $33B More for Ukraine. Congress Quickly Raised It to $40B. Who Benefits?

From the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24, the Biden White House has repeatedly announced large and seemingly random amounts of money that it intends to send to fuel the war in Ukraine.

COVID Vaccines May Bring Avalanche of Neurological Disease

In this interview, return guest Stephanie Seneff, Ph.D., a senior research scientist at MIT for over five decades, discusses the COVID-19 vaccines.

Republicans Approve $40 Billion to Ukraine While America Suffers at Its Own Southern Border

See the list of House Republicans who approved the bill, including Cheney, Crenshaw, Kinzinger, McCarthy.

The Undemocratic Defenders of Roe v. Wade

Liberals have spent much of the Biden presidency lecturing the American people on the importance of “norms” and posing as solemn defenders of democracy.

Ukraine Accuses Hungary of Being ‘Pre-warned’ About Russian Invasion, Threatens ‘Consequences’ After the War

Hungarian government officials have hit back at allegations made by the Ukrainian government that Hungary had been tipped off by Russia about its intention to invade Ukraine, slamming the suggestion as “fake news” and suggesting Ukraine is bitter about its neighbor’s decision not to ship weapons to the war-torn country.

Pro-abortion Groups Plan to Spend $150 Million During Midterm Elections

Several states could see a push in political advertising ahead of the midterm elections as three pro-abortion rights groups plan to pour $150 million into increasing voter turnout.

1991: When America Tried to Keep Ukraine in the USSR

The US government today likes to pretend that it is the perennial champion of political independence for countries that were once behind the Iron Curtain

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