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Georgia Gov. Kemp Declares State of Emergency

Kemp said it is because of "unlawful assemblage, violence, overt threats of violence, disruption of the peace and tranquility of this state and danger to existing persons or property” that he declared the state of emergency.

Chicago Crime Up 97% Since 2021

Democrat-run Chicago has had 2,189 cars stolen in the first 22 days of 2023.

Antifa-Aligned ‘Journalist’ Attempts to Re-Define Word ‘Violence’

A "freelance journalist" attempted to re-define the word 'violence' on CNN this week in an effort to excuse Antifa radicals destructing Atlanta.

Marjorie Taylor Greene’s New Bill Would Declare Antifa a Terrorist Organization

"We need to investigate exactly who they are" and "who funds them," MTG said.

MSNBC Calls Widely Publicized WEF Agenda a ‘Conspiracy Theory’

So-called conspiracy theorists "think that the CEOs here are gathering to make you take vaccines and to eat bugs."

Leftist Civil War: Greta Thunberg Airs Grievances Against World Economic Forum

The climate moralism arms race in Davos, Switzerland, intensified on Thursday as activist Greta Thunberg accused attendees of the World Economic Forum of hypocrisy regarding the environment.

360 Degree Surveillance: How Police Use Public-Private Partnerships to Spy on Americans

In this age of ubiquitous surveillance, there are no private lives: everything is public.

California’s New Digital License Plates Made Cars Trackable by Hackers

Reviver says its mission is to “modernize” the driving experience, and the way it does that is by developing the world’s first digital license plate and connected vehicle platform.

Used-Car Prices Record ‘Largest Annualized Decline in Series’ History’

Cox Automotive reported that its Manheim Used Vehicle Value Index (MUVVI), which tracks the auction prices of used cars, plunged the most on record in December from a year ago as the auto market cools.

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