Henry Kissinger Dies at 100

Former U.S. official Henry Kissinger has passed away at 100 years old.

Sen. Vance Proposes Legislation to Abolish Biden’s China-First EV Credits, Advocate for American Auto Manufacturing

“Right now, the official policy of the Biden administration is to spend billions of dollars on subsidies for electric vehicles made overseas,” Sen. Vance revealed.

Fauci’s Net Worth Exceeded $11M After Leaving Gov’t Post

Reports show Dr. Anthony Fauci and his wife together earned over $11 million after leaving his government role.

IRS Shifts Focus to ‘Equity’ in Audits

Given the newfound focus on "equity," there's apprehension about the criteria being used to select audit targets.

Trump Campaign Collects Over $20M Following Fulton County Mugshot

Former President Donald Trump's recent booking in Fulton County, Georgia has catalyzed a notable surge in fundraising for his campaign.

Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor Staff Pressures Colleges, Libraries to Purchase Her Books

“The problem at the Supreme Court is there’s no one there to say whether this is wrong,” said Kedric Payne from the Campaign Legal Center.

Trump Holds 56% of Republican Voters, 39 Points Ahead of DeSantis: Morning Consult Poll

"The bulk of the GOP's electorate (56%) would back Trump if the primary or caucus were held in their state today."

Trump Beats DeSantis in Governor’s Home State of Florida

Trump leads DeSantis by 20 points.

Shoplifting Surges in Virginia County Under Soros-Funded Prosecutor

Fairfax County, Virginia, saw a 40% surge in shoplifting after a George Soros-funded prosecutor declared he would not prosecute shoplifting amounting to less than $1,000.

SCOTUS Denies Biden’s Student Loan Forgiveness Plan

"Six States sued, arguing that the HEROES Act does not authorize the loan cancellation plan. We agree," wrote Chief Justice John Roberts.

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