March 4

Florida’s Parental Rights in Education Bill Passes Committee, Heads to Senate Floor

The Parental Rights in Education bill passed its final committee hearing, and has moved to the Senate floor for a full vote this week.

French Journalist Claims Ukrainian Citizens Have Been ‘Targeted,’ Killed by Ukraine Gov’t ‘Since 2014’: ‘I Have Proof’ (Watch)

"Residents of the Donbass began to be targeted by their own government in 2014" says French reporter.

New York Announces Plans to Lift Mask Mandate in Schools

New York is lifting its statewide mask mandate for schoolchildren on March 2, after months of debate and demands from New Yorkers who have been fighting for their kids’ right to attend school without wearing a face covering.

Biden Administration Urges Court Not to Allow Release of ‘Secret Report’ on Dominion Voting Machines Used in 2020 Presidential Election

Top officials at a U.S. federal cybersecurity agency are urging a judge not to authorize at this time the release of a report that analyzes Dominion Voting Systems equipment in Georgia, arguing doing so could assist hackers trying to “undermine election security.”

Americans Organizing Freedom Convoys in Support of Canadian Truckers

"It's happening whether you like it or not, it's going to happen."

US Department of Homeland Security Confirms It’s Monitoring Reports of Potential Truck Convoy Protests

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has confirmed it’s tracking potential truck convoys in the United States after Canadian protests against COVID-19 vaccine mandates unfolded in multiple cities.

Chris Cuomo fired from CNN over involvement with brother Andrew’s scandals

CNN fired anchor Chris Cuomo on Saturday in the wake of revelations he secretly aided the defense of his embattled older brother, former Gov. Andrew Cuomo — and the ousted host now faces a sexual misconduct allegation of his own.

As Predicted March 4 Attack on Capitol Fails to Materialize, Pentagon Hit with Yet Another Request to Extend DC Troop Deployment

You may have forgotten about the National Guard troops deployed to Washington, D.C., in advance of the inauguration — mostly, I’d imagine, because you thought they were gone.

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