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Nancy Pelosi Says She Has ‘No Intention’ to Watch Police Video of Husband’s Assault

Former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif.,  said Friday she is not interested in seeing police body camera footage that was released detailing last year's attack on her husband Paul Pelosi.

Protesters Block Freeway Traffic in Memphis

Tyre Nichols protesters blocked traffic on a Memphis freeway Friday night after video was released showing police beating the young Black man as they attempted to arrest him.

Biden Announces 20-Year Ban on Mining in Minnesota, Undermining Nation’s Mineral Security

The Biden administration has announced that it will impose a 20-year mining moratorium on thousands of acres of land in Minnesota by citing the need to protect the natural environment, potentially dealing a blow to Twin Metals, a major mining firm with interests in the region.

GDP Report Reveals Ominous Great Depression Warning Sign Not Seen Since 1932

The latest numbers from the Bureau of Economic Analysis show that the U.S. economy grew by 2.9 percent in the fourth quarter of last year, and 2.1 percent for 2022.

New York May Soon Require COVID Vax for All Schoolchildren

New York parents, it should come as no surprise that legislation is currently before the Assembly and in committee requiring the COVID “vaccine” to be forced onto all children in schools.

Ronna McDaniel Reelected RNC Head (Watch)

McDaniel won with 111 votes, Dhillon receiving 51, and Lindell 4.

Rand Paul, Donald Trump Cut Ties with DirecTV Over Company’s Censorship of Conservative Voices

"I would cancel @DIRECTV for censoring @NEWSMAX but I already canceled them for canceling @OANN," Paul tweeted.

New Documentary Exposes Disney’s Pro-sexualization, Anti-nuclear Family Agenda

The magic of Disney is fading, according to the president of the Catholic League.

School Libraries Shut Down From Fear of Florida Law

Manatee County, Florida teachers closed school libraries out of fear that books may violate Florida's pornography laws.

New Home Sales Rise for Third Straight Month as Mortgage Rates Fall

Sales of new U.S. homes rose for the third straight month in December as high mortgage rates continued to decline, offering some relief for prospective homebuyers.

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