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Georgia Supreme Court Sends 2020 Fulton County Election Lawsuit Back to Appeals Court to Reconsider

The Georgia Supreme Court on Tuesday sent a 2020 election lawsuit regarding Fulton County back to a lower court for reconsideration, adding another layer to the suit's twisting saga through the court system.

Georgia Citizens Will Now be Able to Sue Election Officials

The Supreme Court of Georgia made the ruling on Tuesday which followed the state code for legal standing, as opposed to the federal code.

Repression, Terror, Fear: The Government Wants to Silence the Opposition

Militarized police. Riot squads. Camouflage gear. Black uniforms. Armored vehicles. Mass arrests. Pepper spray. Tear gas. Batons. Strip searches. Surveillance cameras. Kevlar vests. Drones. Lethal weapons.

Man Who Brought Gun to Capitol on Jan 6 Gets 7 Years in Prison—Judge Rejects ‘Terrorism’ Penalties

Prosecutors asked that the judge enhance the sentence with penalties related to terrorism but the judge ultimately declined.

CMA Fest Bans Confederate Imagery Ahead of 2022 Event

This year, CMA Fest joins a growing list of major country music events to ban attendees from displaying Confederate imagery.

By Keeping The Past Alive, Memorial Day Can Help Us Save The Future

Memorial Day takes on its deepest meaning when we connect it with our heritage and roots.

Politifact Is to Fact What Pravda Was to Truth

During a recent broadcast, I said that once Elon Musk takes control of Twitter, "Twitter will be flooded with hate, and a lot of it will come from people on the Left who want to show how hate-filled it is.

What the Destruction of the Hippocratic Oath Means for Society

Amidst the Omicron variant era of the pandemic, secondary disasters have been constantly taking place in many cities in communist China under strict lockdown.

As Wokeism Grows, Christians Will Respond and Become Ever More Politically Conservative

Some European conservatives cultivated a relationship with Russia over the years, not necessarily because they loved the country, but because they saw it as a potential hedge against a dominant liberal Brussels.

U.S. Supreme Court to Hear Christian Flag Case

The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments over whether a Christian flag should be allowed to fly outside of Boston’s City Hall.

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