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DeSantis Backs Harmeet Dhillon in RNC Race

Florida GOP Gov. Ron DeSantis endorsed former Trump campaign attorney Harmeet Dhillon in her challenge to Ronna McDaniel for Republican National Committee chair.

Federal Judge Blocks California Law Criminalizing COVID-19 ‘Misinformation’ as Unconstitutional ‘Nonsense’

"How do you expect doctors to know what may violate the law?" the judge asked.

Florida Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Important Abortion Case

The Florida Supreme Court has agreed to hear a legal challenge to Florida’s 15-week abortion ban.

Gen. Milley Says It Would Be ‘Very Difficult’ To ‘Eject’ All Russian Forces Out of Ukraine

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley acknowledged on Friday that it would be difficult for Ukrainian forces to “eject” Russian forces from all of Ukraine this year.

Judge Blocks Illinois Democrat Gov. From Enforcing New Gun Control Law 

An Illinois judge on Friday temporarily blocked Democratic Gov. J.B. Pritzker from enforcing a newly enacted ban on certain semiautomatic rifles and high-capacity magazines.

IRS Having Trouble Hiring People Who ‘Are Able to Pass Background Checks’ After Biden Admin Calls for 87,000 New Agents

Out of more than 565,000 job applications received until early October, the IRS only recruited around 19,000 workers.

At Davos, Conformity Is Required, and Debate Is a Cancel-Worthy Sin

If you’re watching the World Economic Forum’s annual ruling class confab in Davos this week, you might be surprised by the lack of disagreement among the rich and powerful there.

U.S. Treasury Buys Time for Biden and GOP on Debt Limit Deal

The U.S. government bumped up against its debt limit Thursday, prompting the Treasury Department to take “extraordinary” accounting steps to avoid default — as friction between President Joe Biden and House Republicans raised concern about whether the U.S. can sidestep an economic crisis.

With 25,000 Mysterious Votes and Missing Documents, Maricopa’s 2022 Election Process Marked by Chaos and Uncertainty

While the GOP and conservative media have largely moved on from Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake and the systemic failures that occurred in Maricopa County on Nov. 8, court testimony and eyewitness reports from the Lake trial include allegations that Arizona’s largest county violated state law by failing to implement chain-of-custody documentation for Election Day ballots, resulting in a mysterious 25,000 extra votes added to Maricopa County’s official tally within a 24-hour period — more than the margin of victory between Lake and gubernatorial victor Katie Hobbs.

China Records 1st Population Fall in Decades as Births Drop

China’s population shrank for the first time in decades last year as its birthrate plunged, official figures showed Tuesday, adding to pressure on leaders to keep the economy growing despite an aging workforce and at a time of rising tension with the U.S.

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