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FBI gun background check system passes 400 million

For the first time since it started in 1998, the FBI’s gun background check program passed 400 million last month when another 2.7 million were conducted.

Mitch McConnell Promises To Defend Biden Against Impeachment

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell yesterday promised to shield Joe Biden from a push for impeachment, telling reporters that the wildly unpopular Biden regime is here to stay despite a disastrous Afghanistan withdrawal that saw 13 American soldiers killed and the Taliban armed with billions of dollars in United States military equipment.

10 Years Ago, The GOP Had No Future. Trump Changed That, But The Path Is Far From Certain

The next presidential election aside, if the GOP is to still win elections in 2028 or 2032, they need to become the kind of party America’s working and middle classes caught a glimpse of in 2016.

Democrats unhinged after SCOTUS allows Texas law barring abortions after 6 weeks to take effect: ‘Chaos on the ground’

A new pro-life law in Texas that bars abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected — or as early as six weeks into pregnancy — is infuriating Democrats both statewide and on the national stage.

Gates Foundation ‘Working With Chinese Gov’t’ to Promote Beijing’s Global Medical Clout: Report

In January 2020, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation announced that it would donate $10 million to contain the spread of the coronavirus in China and Africa.

10 Federal Agencies Plan to Greatly Expand Reliance on Facial Recognition Surveillance, Critics Outraged

Digital rights advocates reacted harshly Thursday to a new internal U.S. government report detailing how 10 federal agencies have plans to greatly expand their reliance on facial recognition in the years ahead.

Chinese Acquisition of Semiconductor Firm Poses Security Risks, US Treasury Warns

The U.S. Treasury Department said the sale of Magnachip Semiconductor Corp. to a Chinese private equity firm poses “risks to national security,” as Chinese investments in critical technologies meet with enhanced U.S. scrutiny.

Texas Legislature Sends Sweeping GOP Voting Bill to Governor

The Texas Legislature sent a sweeping rewrite of the state’s election laws to Republican Gov. Greg Abbott on Tuesday, dealing a bruising defeat for Democrats after a monthslong, bitter fight over voting rights.

South Korea bans Google, Apple payment monopolies

South Korea’s National Assembly approved legislation on Tuesday that bans app store operators such as Google and Apple from forcing developers to use their in-app payment systems.

John Cleese challenges ‘woke’ generation about cancel culture in new show

Legendary British comedian John Cleese is sick of cancel culture. The "Monty Python" star has a new documentary series called "Cancel Me," where he questions...

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