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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.

California Democrats see Harris and Newsom colliding on road to the White House

A week before Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom beat back a recall election, Vice President Kamala Harris returned to California to rally voters to his side. United in victory for now, Democrats suspect Harris and Newsom will soon find themselves on a collision course.

Biden unemployment benefits slowed economic recovery

'Often paid better than working'

NIH Began Study on Vaccine Safety For Pregnant Women AFTER Many Moms Had Taken The Jab

'However, we lack robust, prospective clinical data on vaccination in these populations'

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...

Chinese authorities paying citizens to spy on neighbors, report ‘illegal’ Christian activities

China's communist regime has ordered citizens in the country’s northeastern region to spy on Christians and report any “illegal religious activities,” including preaching and religious house gatherings. Informants will be rewarded with $150 for each tip, according to a report.

Supreme Court Blocks New York Eviction Moratorium

Says ban deprives landlords without due process

California to pay $2M church legal fees over virus closures

The state of California has agreed not to impose greater coronavirus restrictions on church gatherings than it does on retail establishments in a pair of settlements that provide more than $2 million in fees to lawyers who challenged the rules as a violation of religious freedom.

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