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NYC Mayor Calls For Illegals to Work as Lifeguards During City-Wide Shortage

New York City Mayor Eric Adams called for illegal immigrants to be allowed to work as lifeguards as the city faces a shortage, claiming that many are "excellent swimmers."

Roman Empire Persecutions – American Minute with Bill Federer

"Christian persecution 'at near genocide levels'" reported the BBC, (5/3/19): "A report ordered by Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt ... Christians were the most persecuted religious group ... Mr...

DOJ Recommends 40 Year Prison Sentence For Man Who Assaulted Paul Pelosi

The Department of Justice is seeking a 40-year prison sentence against the man who broke into former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's home and assaulted her husband Paul Pelosi.

Governor Abbott Calls Biden’s Asylum Plan ‘Feckless’ in Face of Soaring Border Crossings

Texas Governor Greg Abbott has lambasted President Joe Biden's new asylum proposals, asserting they "do nothing to slow the record-breaking illegal immigration." Biden's plan, revealed...

U.S. States Call for Defunding of Hamas-Linked U.N. Agency

Twenty-four U.S. states sent a letter to congressional leaders, demanding that a United Nations (U.N.) agency with links to Hamas be defunded.

TikTok Files Lawsuit Against U.S.

TikTok has filed a lawsuit against the United States after President Joe Biden signed a bill that requires parent company ByteDance to sell the social media platform.

Federal Panel Directs Louisiana to Redraw Congressional Map Amid Gerrymandering Dispute

A federal three-judge panel has instructed the Louisiana Legislature to craft a new congressional map by June 3 or face court intervention to establish...

Jan. 6 Arrests Double from 2022

More than 1,400 people have been arrested on charges relating to the January 6, 2021, Capitol event, with 2024 arrests nearly doubling those between 2022 and 2023.

Bernie Sanders Announces Campaign For Fourth Term at 82 Years Old

Eighty-two-year-old Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) announced he will run for another term in office.

DHS Data Reveals 45 U.S. Cities Used for Migrant Flight Drop-Offs

Data from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) revealed that thousands of illegal immigrants have been flown to at least 45 cities in the United States.

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