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GDP Report Reveals Ominous Great Depression Warning Sign Not Seen Since 1932

The latest numbers from the Bureau of Economic Analysis show that the U.S. economy grew by 2.9 percent in the fourth quarter of last year, and 2.1 percent for 2022.

Column Dismisses Violent Pro-Abortion Extremism as Pro-lifers Face Surge of Attacks

There's been some pretty clear denial, especially lately, when it comes to the surge of violence that pro-life organizations and churches have experienced at the hands of radical pro-abortion extremists.

Only 14% Of Americans Agree With Amnesty for Illegals

A poll has found that the vast majority of Americans do not agree that there should be a blanket amnesty for immigrants who cross the border into the United States illegally.

U.S. Weapon Sales Rose Dramatically in 2022

U.S. weapon sales to other nations were more than $51.9 billion due to the war in Ukraine.

California Border Protection Won’t Increase the Height of a Portion of Border Wall Amid Immigration, Drug, Illegal Firearms Crisis

Plans now include lowering one section from the originally proposed 30 feet to 18 feet.

Anti-Police Riots Break Out in Downtown Atlanta

Rioters in Atlanta set off fireworks and threw rocks at the Atlanta Police Foundation Saturday evening, according FOX 5 Atlanta.

IRS Having Trouble Hiring People Who ‘Are Able to Pass Background Checks’ After Biden Admin Calls for 87,000 New Agents

Out of more than 565,000 job applications received until early October, the IRS only recruited around 19,000 workers.

IRS Has ‘Not Yet Finalized’ How Middle Class Will Be Affected by $80 Billion Windfall

A report from the Internal Revenue Service released last week indicated that officials are devoting much of the agency’s recent funding windfall toward audits even as the degree to which the actions will impact everyday taxpayers remains uncertain.

42 Texas Counties Support for Formal ‘Invasion’ Declaration

Article IV, Section 7 of the Texas Constitution authorizes the governor to “call forth the militia to execute the laws of the state, to suppress insurrections, and to repel invasions.”

With 25,000 Mysterious Votes and Missing Documents, Maricopa’s 2022 Election Process Marked by Chaos and Uncertainty

While the GOP and conservative media have largely moved on from Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake and the systemic failures that occurred in Maricopa County on Nov. 8, court testimony and eyewitness reports from the Lake trial include allegations that Arizona’s largest county violated state law by failing to implement chain-of-custody documentation for Election Day ballots, resulting in a mysterious 25,000 extra votes added to Maricopa County’s official tally within a 24-hour period — more than the margin of victory between Lake and gubernatorial victor Katie Hobbs.

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