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It Isn’t Time to Care Who the 2024 Nominee Is

Yes, I know that on Tuesday night, Donald Trump announced he’s going to run for president again.

French Conservative Says Western Weapons to Ukraine Prolonging Conflict

France's Marine Le Pen believes Russia-Ukraine conflict can be settled through negotiation.

Kari Lake Fires Back at Those Attacking Trump

Though the final midterm election results for Arizona still are not in, the gubernatorial battle between Republican Kari Lake and Democrat Katie Hobbs is tight while the U.S. Senate race between Republican Blake Masters and incumbent Democrat Mark Kelly is still fairly close.

Greg Laurie’s SoCal Harvest Draws 50K Attendees, Sees Over 8,600 Decisions for Christ

Pastor Greg Laurie’s multiday SoCal Harvest evangelistic event was attended by 50,000 people and led to more than 8,600 being called to make decisions to follow Christ.

NPR Airs ‘Demented,’ Sickening Recording of Woman Having Abortion

NPR has been condemned for releasing an audio recording of a woman having an abortion.

Emails Show Colorado District Lying About ‘Furries’ In Schools To Smear Parents, GOP Gubernatorial Candidate

A Colorado school district in the wealthy western suburbs of Denver gave a blanket statement to the local press dismissing parental concerns about an issue that’s galvanized the state’s contest for governor. 

A Swing State No More? GOP Confidence Grows in Florida

Democrats are increasingly concerned that Florida, once the nation’s premier swing state, may slip away this fall and beyond as emboldened Republicans capitalize on divisive cultural issues and population shifts in crucial contests for governor and the U.S. Senate.

CEO Warns Biden Put US in a ‘Very Precarious Position’ After More Oil Is Released

An oil CEO said the White House put the United States in a “very precarious position” after another significant release of oil from U.S. reserves.

Tennessee Senator Blackburn Introduces Bipartisan Broadcast Transparency Legislation

Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) this week announced she is co-sponsoring a measure alongside Senator Brian Schatz (D-Hawaii) to identify broadcasting content that foreign governments are underwriting.

Thousands Take to the Streets of Paris to Protest Soaring Prices

Thousands of people took to the streets of Paris on Sunday to protest against soaring prices as weeks of strikes for higher wages at oil refineries spurred demands for a general strike.

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