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Stacey Abrams Claims Heartbeats of Unborn Children Are a ‘Manufactured Sound’ to Control Women

For millions of mothers and fathers each year, going to a doctor’s office to hear their unborn child’s heartbeat is one of the most important milestones in early pregnancy.

School Choice Looms as Electoral Stealth Issue

Conservatives gathered at the pro-Trump America First Policy Summit in Washington this week talked about numerous issues like soaring crime, the ailing economy, and tensions abroad.

Federal Judge Upholds Georgia’s Voter Integrity Law

A federal judge has upheld several parts of a voter integrity law that was passed in Georgia.

Supreme Court Delays Ruling in Roe v Wade Case Once Again

The U.S. Supreme Court issued rulings as expected on Monday, but the awaited decision regarding whether the high court will go through with overturning the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade decision and send the issue back to states was not one of them.

Stacey Abrams Calls Georgia The ‘Worst State In the Country’ As She Runs For Governor

Stacey Abrams is running to be governor of the worst state in the country – according to her.

Biden’s New Press SEC Claimed Trump ‘Stole’ the 2016 Election

Karine Jean-Pierre is set to take over as the new White House Press Secretary after Jen Psaki’s last day on May 13.

New W.H. Press Sec. Believes Trump Stole 2016 Presidential Election

"Stolen emails, stolen drone, stolen election ... welcome to the world of #unpresidented Trump," Karine Jean-Pierre tweeted in 2016.

Georgia: Perdue Hits Kemp for $1.5 Billion to Soros-Linked Company

A scandal is brewing in Georgia's Republican gubernatorial primary, with candidate and former Sen. David Perdue accusing incumbent Gov. Brian Kemp of engaging in shady backroom deals and lining the pockets of liberal megadonor George Soros as part of a massive new economic development project in the Peach State.

Trump Goes 55-0, No Endorsements Lost

Former President Donald Trump might want to consider reopening the Taj Mahal Casino in Atlantic City the way his luck has been holding.

Yale Law Under Fire From Senators, Attorneys General for Not Punishing Free Speech Shutdown

Similar controversy at Emory Law School apparently resolved when student government finally agrees to recognize free speech group.

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