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The Impact of the 18th Amendment on the Constitution

The 18th Amendment to the United States Constitution, also known as the Prohibition Amendment, was a significant and controversial change to the nation's governing document.

The 21st Amendment: Repealing Prohibition

The 21st Amendment to the United States Constitution is a significant piece of legislation that played a crucial role in shaping the nation's history.

Ramaswamy Withdraws, Backs Trump in 2024 GOP Presidential Race

Biotech entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy suspended his 2024 Republican presidential bid and endorsed former President Donald Trump after finishing fourth in Iowa’s caucuses. Ramaswamy cited...

8-Week-Old Infant Reportedly Placed on Terror Watchlist

An 8-week-old infant was reportedly placed on a terrorism watchlist called Quiet Skies.

Microsoft Files Patent for Face-Tracking Tech

Potential for its application in monitoring remote workers and various other sectors.

AG Garland, Biden DOJ Sued Over Failure to Register Hunter Biden as Foreign Agent While Joe Was Vice President

America First Legal alleges Garland "failed to require proper registration or otherwise follow legal procedures concerning a FARA waiver for Hunter."

BlackRock CEO Rethinks ‘ESG’ Term—But Keeps Strategy—After Conservative Pushback

BlackRock is an official partner of the World Economic Forum (WEF).

Joe Biden’s Brother Primary Figure in Family Business Deals

A House Republican investigation may expose James Biden's involvement in the Biden family business dealings.

Law Firms Diverting Public Funds to Democratic Campaigns: Consumer Advocacy Group

A Consumer Protection Report "exposes how these trial lawyers rely on public contracts with states and local governments that often lack basic protections (including basic ethics protections) to tighten their hold, all while diverting money away from everyday consumers and sending 99% of their federal donations to liberal candidates and committees.”

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