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Sen. Hawley Introduces Bill Allowing States to Deport Illegal Immigrants

Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley introduced legislation Tuesday that would allow states to fight unlawful immigration.

Majority Of Voters Think Cartels Have More Control at Border Than The American Government Does: Poll

'They are right. So - now we should do something about it,' Rep. Chip Roy of Texas tweeted.

House, Senate Panels Start This Week Considering Changes to 135-Year-Old Electoral Count Act

House and Senate committees starting this week will begin work on measures to change how U.S. presidential election votes are counted and certified – including possibly amending the 135-year-old Electoral Count Act and clarifying the vice president's role in the process.

West Virginia Gov Signs Abortion Ban Starting With Conception

Criminal penalties for killing the unborn.

Canceled Feminist Seeks to Revive Suit Against Twitter, Citing New Evidence of Collusion With Feds

The most prominent feminist critic of the government's COVID-19 policy is trying to resurrect her First Amendment lawsuit against Twitter, citing new evidence that...

These U.S. Cities See the Largest Increase in Rent Prices

While New York, California, and Boston, Massachusetts, continue to be the most expensive rental markets in the country, some unexpected locales have actually experienced the largest increases in one-bedroom rental prices year over year.

Federal Judge Gives Fauci Three Weeks to Turn Over ‘Misinformation’ Emails

Fauci is forced to produce emails with social media platforms.

Rand Paul: ‘America Should Be Appalled’ at Fauci Covering His Tracks

Appearing on Fox News Wednesday, Senator Rand Paul slammed Anthony Fauci for taking the default position of trying to “cover up” his activities, including potentially encouraging social media companies to censor medical information.

The Anti-ESG Crusader Who Wants to Pick a Fight With Blackrock

It was smiles all around as the familiar Wall Street ritual—the ringing of the closing bell—played out again at the New York Stock Exchange on Aug. 10.

Over 50 Biden Administration Employees, 12 US Agencies Involved in Social Media Censorship Push: Documents

More than 50 officials in President Joe Biden’s administration across a dozen agencies have been involved with efforts to pressure Big Tech companies to crack down...

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