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Biden Announces 20-Year Ban on Mining in Minnesota, Undermining Nation’s Mineral Security

The Biden administration has announced that it will impose a 20-year mining moratorium on thousands of acres of land in Minnesota by citing the need to protect the natural environment, potentially dealing a blow to Twin Metals, a major mining firm with interests in the region.

Man Claiming He Was a Messenger of God Convicted of Plotting to Kill Republican Rep. Jake LaTurner

A 32-year-old man from Lawrence, Kansas was convicted this week of a single count of threatening a government official after he left a number of threatening voicemails for Republican Rep. Jake LaTurner.

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.

10.8 Million Mail-In Ballots ‘Unaccounted For’ in California’s 2022 Midterm Elections

Of the 22.1 million ballots that were sent out to registered voters, over 10.8 million were not accounted for.

‘Most Notorious’ Human Trafficker Arrested: INTERPOL

International operation led by UAE, in coordination with INTERPOL, arrests notorious human trafficker, Kidane Zekarias Habtemariam, in Sudan, who exploited and smuggled thousands of migrants during European migrant crisis and extorted money from African migrants.

Biden Signs Defense Bill Into Law, Voiding Military’s COVID Vax Mandate

Biden signs NDAA for 2023 authorizing $858 billion in military, energy, and procurement spending and overturning COVID-19 vaccine mandate for servicemembers.

Kari Lake Wins Right to Bring Election Fraud Case to Trial

Arizona Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake won the right to take her election fraud case to court this week.

Human Rights Commissioner in MA Quits After Mocking God, Blasting ‘Trash’ Christians Amid Christmas Tree Spat

A member of a Boston suburb's Human Rights Commission resigned after posting a profanity-laden post to Facebook last week that mocked God and cursed her fellow citizens amid controversy regarding a local library's Christmas trees.

Automobile Company Lays Off Hundreds of Workers, Blames Cost of EVs

Multinational automaker Stellantis is indefinitely closing an assembly plant in Illinois in February and laying off hundreds of workers, in large part due to the high cost of making electric vehicles.

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