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Outrage Builds Over Expansion of IRS Reach

Financial experts are pushing back against the Biden administration's proposal to include a provision in the $3.5 trillion spending bill to extend  the IRS' reach to have bank transactions over $600 reported. The Democrats’ goal is to garner $463 billion in additional personal income tax over the next decade.

Del Rio Madness Proves Biden Can Stop The Border Crisis Whenever He Wants

The September 12–24 migrant camp crisis in Del Rio displayed two lessons very much worth unpacking from the White House response.

Biden’s Vaccine Mandate — Who’s Fighting Back, and How?

Backlash against Biden’s sweeping COVID vaccine mandate has been swift, and experts say the mandate is unlikely to hold up in court.

Betrayal of trust: Why Gen. Mark Milley must resign as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff

No leader can make the promise Gen. Milley made and retain the support of the military personnel he oversees.

Defense contractors generated $7.35 trillion since 9/11

Like many human tragedies, 9/11 was great news for defense contractors. Over the course of the past 20 years, they've brought in a stunning $7.35 trillion in revenue, according to a Defense News database. The overwhelming majority of that money came from the Pentagon.

The US’ ‘anti-terror’ tools that failed in Afghanistan are being keenly used on activists at home… as the 1/6 witch-hunt shows

Stung by its rout in Afghanistan, the US is doubling down on efforts to punish homegrown dissidents. But while the post-January 6 crackdown brought it into the public eye, the domestic ‘war on terror’ has been underway for years.

The Cassandras Were Right: The ‘Cure’ for COVID — a Global Takedown of the 99% — Has Proven Far Worse Than the Disease

Early in 2020, shocked citizens and social scientists predicted the widespread imposition of extreme “non-pharmaceutical interventions” in response to COVID would prove to have horrible and costly human and economic trade-offs — turns out they were right.

Covid: How the West Embraced Central Planning and Abandoned Human Rights

In January 2020, Hubei and more than a dozen other provinces in mainland China implemented totalitarian lockdown measures, such as the closure of schools...

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