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Jury Clears Catholic Father Targeted by Biden DOJ

A jury has found Mark Houck not guilty of federal charges brought against him by President Joe Biden’s Department of Justice.

Wisconsin Lawmakers Introduce Bill Removing Inactive Voters From State’s Voting System

Lawmakers introduce new legislation that would force Wisconsin to scrub voter rolls of the millions of current inactive voters in the state.

The COVID Jabbed Are Dying While Fueling Variants

Since the beginning of the COVID pandemic, John Campbell, Ph.D., a retired nurse educator, has gained a following for his even-handed evaluations of COVID science and statistics.

Thousands of Votes in 2020 Election Tied to Invalid Wisconsin Addresses

One Wisconsin watchdog election organization discovered more than 150,000 votes from the 2020 presidential election weren't tied to a valid address.

Republican Files Motion to Delay AZ Attorney General Inauguration

Abe Hamadeh, a Republican candidate for Arizona Attorney General, files motion to delay inauguration until potential discrepancies in recount and litigation are resolved.

Erroneous Statistics Favor Democrats, Manipulation Concerns Follow

Discrepancies in federal statistics have led some to speculate that metrics may not be nonpartisan.

300,000 Ballots ‘Illegally Inserted’ Into Arizona Vote Tally: Trump Lawyer

An attorney for Donald Trump's 2024 campaign has claimed that a whistleblower from a ballot company reported that approximately 300,000 ballots were "illegally inserted" into the Maricopa County, Arizona midterm election tally.

Kari Lake Lawsuit Against Maricopa County Exposes Reliance on Third-Party Vendor

A lawsuit filed last week by Arizona Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake exposed Maricopa County's election process flaws.

Kari Lake Promises to Take Lawsuit ‘All the Way to the Supreme Court’

Arizona Secretary of State Hobbs certified her tainted victory over Kari Lake on Monday, but Lake continues to challenge the results of the election, which she says was marred by systemic voter suppression, and vowed to take her lawsuit “take it all the way to the Supreme Court” if necessary.

Ukraine Is ‘Teachable Moment’ in Weapon Tally After Defense Department Fails Audit

The Pentagon's chief financial officer Mike McCord said the Ukraine-Russia situation is a "teachable moment" for the United States.

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