Now More Than Ever, American Revolution’s Story of Freedom Must Be Told

The 250th anniversary of American Independence is fast approaching, and with it the maneuvering to redefine the American Revolution for a new generation.

2019 Federal Law May Have Permitted Use Of Fabricated COVID-19 Data

A report claims that the U.S. government may be spreading false data and statistics for national security and "law enforcement" purposes owing to laws approved months before the first COVID-19 outbreak.

List of Charges, Pleas, Sentencing for Jan 6 Defendants: ‘More Than 725 Defendants Have Been Arrested’

Arrests made: More than 725 defendants have been arrested in nearly all 50 states and the District of Columbia. (This includes those charged in both District and Superior Court).

Gov. DeSantis’ 6 Big Achievements of 2021

While conservatives might have suffered through 2021 without former President Donald Trump in the White House, the year did unveil to America a silver lining: Florida GOP Gov. Ron DeSantis holds a lot in common with Trump including the former president’s penchant for getting big things done.

Oklahoma Proposes Bill That Would Allow Parents To Remove Sexually Graphic Books From School Libraries

An Oklahoma bill introduced on Dec. 16 may allow parents to seek the removal of books that they deem inappropriate from school libraries.

The IRS Has Some Interesting Advice About Stolen Property and Bribes

Tax season is right around the corner and the IRS wants thieves to know how they should report stolen property on their tax returns.

Ghislaine Maxwell Found Guilty in Sex Trafficking Trial: Faces 60 Years in Prison

Jeffrey Epstein's longtime companion Ghislaine Maxwell was found guilty of multiple sex trafficking charges after a shorter-than-expected trial.

Trump’s Major Gains with Hispanics Give Republicans Major Advantage

For the first time in polling history, Republicans and Democrats are equally well-liked among Latino voters.

Canadian Officials Secretly Tracked 33 Million Mobile Devices During COVID Lockdown

Canada's Public Health Agency admitted to accessing the data, such as cell-tower location during lockdown to monitor people’s activity.

Conservatives Hit Loudoun County Schools with Over 500 FOIA Requests

Conservatives seeking information about a Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) alleged sexual assault coverup, among other things, have flooded the school division with over 500 Virginia Freedom of Information Act (VFOIA) requests, according to Loudoun Now.

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