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Trump Shooter Allegedly Spotted in Crowd

Since the assassination attempt on former President Donald Trump, several videos have been released by bystanders, the media, and police that challenge the existing narrative of the assassination attempt being a mere “security failure.”

FBI Enters Home of Attempted Trump Assassin

FBI agents entered the home of the attempted Donald Trump assassin, Thomas Crooks, in Bethel Park, Pennsylvania Monday.

U.S. Weapons Systems ‘Vulnerable’ to China: Report

A report from Govini, a defense software company, detailed the potential vulnerabilities in U.S. weapons systems due to its reliance upon Chinese-made components.

Nearly 1.8 Million Chickens to Be Culled in Colorado Over Bird Flu

Nearly 1.8 million chickens are to be culled in Colorado after Governor Jared Polis (D) declared a state of emergency due to bird flu.

Independence Day – American Minute with Bill Federer

President Ronald Reagan declared May 9, 1983: "The Founding Fathers understood that only by MAKING GOVERNMENT THE SERVANT, not the master, only by positing SOVEREIGNTY in THE...

Seniors Face Drug Cost Increase While Biden Admin Gives Billions to China for EVs

The Biden administration's recent policy decisions have sparked significant debate, particularly its repeal of the Trump-era drug rebate rule and substantial funding for Chinese electric vehicles (EVs). 

Supreme Court Upholds Federal Ban on Firearms for Domestic Abusers in 8-1 Ruling

The U.S. Supreme Court decided on Friday to sustain a federal statute that forbids domestic abusers from owning firearms, handing gun control proponents a...

DHS Labels Trump Supporters a ‘Threat’

A Department of Homeland Security (DHS) advisory board labeled Trump supporters as a possible domestic terrorism threat, according to documents obtained by America First Legal (AFL).

WEF Calls for Removal of ‘AI Disinformation’

The World Economic Forum (WEF) is calling for "gendered disinformation" and other forms of "disinformation" to be removed.

State Department Subpoenaed Over Domestic Censorship Effort

The State Department has been subpoenaed after it refused to share with Congress how it spends taxpayer dollars on firms interfering with American small businesses' ability to compete online.

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