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Why America Needs National Conservatism

Today’s central challenge is an aggressive, ascendant radical left. Incremental reform won’t counter it.

The Texas Attorney General Versus the Biden Administration

On August 7, 2021, I wrote about how states along our southern border could thwart the Biden (*) administration’s material support for the drug cartels and the crimes being committed by invoking the RICO Statute.

Newsmax Opposes Vaccine Mandate, Here’s Why

President Joe Biden's new OSHA rule requiring businesses to have their employees vaccinated against COVID is a dangerous overreach of federal power and opposed by Newsmax.

New court documents detail alleged web of lies used to fabricate Steele Dossier, frame Trump

Civil, criminal case records create portrait of how Igor Danchenko allegedly misled America as primary source for Christopher Steele dossier.

Lead Detective In Rittenhouse Case Has Family Ties To Five Democrat Politicians Including Mayor Of Kenosha, His Uncle

Detective Ben Antaramian has family ties to the Kenosha mayor, a state representative, and a county board supervisor, a Kenosha city judge, and a Kenosha city attorney

Republicans sound alarm to DHS over latest migrant caravan in Mexico

Nearly 100 congressional Republicans demanded Thursday that the Department of Homeland Security detail its plan for dealing with a caravan of migrants making its way through southern Mexico toward the US border.

Supreme Court poised to bolster Second Amendment, right to carry

The Supreme Court split along ideological lines during a hearing Wednesday on a case involving the right to carry a firearm outside the home — the first major Second Amendment challenge before the high court in more than a decade.

Supreme Court To Decide If Dred Scott Should Apply To All Americans On Guns

Opponents of the right to bear arms want everyone to be treated as badly as the Supreme Court once treated Dred Scott.

West Point Cadets Who Chose to Leave West Point Rather Than Take COVID Vaccine Were Coerced, Abused and Discriminated Against

In spring of 2021, we were told that our decision to volunteer to get the “optional” COVID-19 vaccine would not negatively affect our time as a cadet at West Point. That turned out to be a false promise.

North Korea tells hungry citizens to ‘tighten belts’ until 2025

North Korea is telling citizens to tighten their belts through at least 2025, the year they will reopen the border with China which they closed last year to ward off the coronavirus, causing severe food shortages, sources in the country told RFA.

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