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GOP Rep. Boebert shows off ‘Lets go Brandon’ dress in mock homage to AOC

Fashion statement at Mar-a-Lago gala embraces popular conservative meme

Voters Give Democrats a Woke-Up Call: WSJ

Will the party recognize its mistake in embracing extremism? Will the GOP prove worthy of its wins? ‘Took my first DC trip yesterday since pre-COVID....

Durham and the Clinton Dossier

A new indictment continues the slow unraveling of a 2016 political scandal.

Voting for the Guy Who Fired You

“Vote for me; I’m the guy who fired you because you didn’t take experimental coronavirus ‘vaccine’ shots.” “Vote for me; I’m the guy who made you take experimental coronavirus ‘vaccine’ shots to keep your job.”

Biden’s Contradictions

On the menu today: The public remarks of President Biden get covered by the national news media, but they tend to come and go with minimal impact, in large part because the president just blurts out whatever sounds good in his head, regardless of its accuracy, and he frequently contradicts himself.

Biden Deflects Blame For McAuliffe Loss, Says He Can’t Stop Republican Turnout

President Joe Biden deflected blame for Terry McAuliffe’s loss in the Virginia gubernatorial race Wednesday, saying he is “not sure” that he would have been capable of changing the high voter turnout among Republicans. Younkin’s campaign focused heavily on education, particularly the spread of critical race theory (CRT) in school curriculums.

Sen. Barrasso Wants Details of the Financial and Environmental Cost of Sending Biden Administration to Climate Summit

A top Republican senator is demanding answers from the Biden administration about the White House’s decision to send a large number of administration officials to the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Scotland at taxpayers’ expense.

Youngkin Makes the GOP the Parents’ Party

Democrats squander their traditional advantage on education, and he finds a way to capitalize on it.

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.

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