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Another Food Processing Plant Shutters Operations, Adding to Long List of Closures

A top food processing plant will be closing down one of its facilities in Campbell County, Tennessee, adding to the long list of closures over the last year.

COVID-Relief Funds Went to ‘Environmental Justice’ Programs Teaching ‘Acceptance of Trees’, ‘Tree Care Education’, ‘Pruning Workshops’

"While our nation is $30 trillion in the hole and hemorrhaging money on the federal level, news like this should outrage every taxpayer," said Rep. Ralph Norman.

NFL Player Khari Willis Walks Away From Millions to Pursue Ministry

Earlier this month, Indianapolis Colts starter Khari Willis was excused from team activities, including a mandatory minicamp, for “personal reasons.”

78,000 Pounds of Baby Formula Arrive on First Flight of ‘Operation Fly Formula’

The first international shipment of infant formula has landed in the United States as the White House tries to address the baby formula shortage.

2 Babies Saved by State’s Safe Haven Boxes Within a Week

In less than one week, two babies were placed in Indiana’s Safe Haven Boxes; they are the 16th and 17th Safe Haven Box surrenders since April 2016, when the first drop-box was installed.

Illinois Illegally Denied Elections Group Access to Voter Records, Federal Court Rules

A federal court ruled that Illinois  violated the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) when it refused to provide an election integrity group with access to the state’s voter roll.

Conservatives Seek Local Election Wins to Stack Team Bench

Conservative activists are setting their sights on elections for school boards, town halls and county councils.

‘People’s Convoy’ CA to D.C. Route Released: Here’s Where You Can Join Them

The “People’s Convoy” moved out from Adelanto Stadium in Southern California and released a statement about their movements across the country to Washington D.C., where they plan to arrive on March 5.

Facebook Employee and LGBTQ Advocacy Group Board Member Reportedly Caught in Pedophile Sting Trying to Lure 13-Year-Old Boy Claims ‘I Was Flirting

Jeren Miles, manager of community development at Facebook's Meta, was reportedly caught by a grassroots pedophile-catching operation admitting that he had been sending sexually explicit messages to a person he believed was a 13-year-old boy.

ARIZONA AUDIT: Voters ‘With No Record’ Of Their Existence In Database Far Outnumber Biden’s Lead

The 2020 Election Has Infuriated Truth Seekers All Over the World

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