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Understanding the 25th Amendment: Presidential Succession

The 25th Amendment to the United States Constitution is a crucial piece of legislation that outlines the procedures for presidential succession and disability.

World Champion Pole Vaulter Dies at Age 29

A former world champion pole vaulter reportedly died last week at the age of 29.

Presidential Term Limits: The Ultimate Guide

The concept of presidential term limits has been a topic of discussion and debate for centuries.

Over 5,400 Migrants Apprehended in Ten Months at U.S.-Canada Border, Swanton Sector Sees Detentions Exceed Nine-Year Combined Total

The first ten months of the 2023 fiscal year have seen a significant surge in migrant apprehensions at the Swanton Sector of the U.S.-Canada border.

Explosive Revelations: Dr. David Martin Accuses CDC, NIH, and Pfizer of Bio-Warfare and Premeditated Orchestration of the COVID-19 Pandemic

COVID-19 was an "act of biological warfare perpetrated on the human race" and a "financial heist"; nature and science were "hijacked."

Ron Paul: NATO’s Great New Idea—’Let’s Start A War With China!’

We can only hope that America will elect a president in 2024 who will finally end NATO’s deadly world tour.

Existing Home Sales Surge as Prices Fall for First Time in Over a Decade

Sales of previously owned homes in the U.S. rose in February as house prices dipped and mortgage rates continued to tick down.

Israel Introduces Bill Banning the Gospel: ‘Prohibition of Solicitation for Religious Conversion’

Engaging in any Christian discussion may be punishable by one-year imprisonment.

Bank of America Worked With Feds to Target Gun Owners, Whistleblower Confirms

Bank of America (BOA) worked with the FBI to investigate customers who made purchases with BOA credit and debit cards on and around Jan. 6, and pushed those who had made gun purchases to the top of the list, according to whistleblower testimony obtained by the Daily Caller News Foundation.

U.S. Credit Card Debt Hits Historic High

US credit card debt inched close to a trillion dollars in the fourth quarter of 2022, the New York Federal Reserve Bank said in its quarterly report on household debt, released on Thursday.

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