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Christian message ‘twisted’ to support abortion

'The inescapable theme that God created us and loves us is repeated throughout the Bible'

BlackRock – The Fed’s Wall Street Croupier

Central banks have not merely inflated the bejesus out of assets prices. They have also caused the very foundations of financial markets to metastasize, yielding an endless array of new products that have no real economic function except to facilitate new forms of pure wagering.

Republicans Rejoice at Rittenhouse Verdict; Democrats Pan Acquittal

Republican lawmakers quickly rejoiced in the acquittal of Kyle Rittenhouse on Nov. 19 while Democrats condemned the jury’s decision.

10 Media Myths Exploded During the Kyle Rittenhouse Trial

The trial of Kyle Rittenhouse in Kenosha, Wisconsin, has busted several myths propagated by the media and the Democrats about what happened during the Black Lives Matter riots on Aug. 25, 2020 — which then-candidate Joe Biden failed to condemn until the third day.

In South Texas, The Border Crisis Threatens To Become A Constitutional Crisis

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott thinks border states must take action in the face of federal inaction. But is it too little, too late?

Bannon’s Attorney Insists He ‘Had No Choice’ But to Reject Subpoena

Steve Bannon "had no choice" but to disobey a subpoena from the House special committee investigating the Jan. 6 incidents at the Capitol because he'd been instructed by his lawyer not to participate because of former President Donald Trump's executive privilege, David Schoen, the attorney now representing Bannon, said Tuesday.

CDC Admits It Has No Record of an Unvaxxed Person Spreading COVID After Recovering from COVID Naturally

"A search of our records failed to reveal any documents no pertaining to your request."

US federal judge overturns Texas ban on school mask mandates

A US federal judge has tossed Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s statewide ban on mask requirements in public schools, ruling that the order put children with disabilities in danger and violated federal law.

Apple loses appeal in epic battle against payment monopoly

A US federal judge has denied Apple’s request for a pause on a previous court order forcing the company to allow app makers to implement their own payment systems, after the tech giant was sued over alleged antitrust violations.

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