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Judge in Trump Ballot Case Declines to Recuse Over Political Donation

The Colorado judge overseeing the case aiming to remove Donald Trump from the state's 2024 ballot declined to recuse herself.

Liberty Safe Releases New Privacy Measures After Giving FBI Customer’s Private Information

Liberty Safe previously gave the FBI the access code to a January 6 protestor's safe.

Sen. Paul Celebrates Passage of ‘National Police Week’ Bill

This resolution is backed by a vast bipartisan coalition, comprising 78 Senators, including Dr. Paul himself.

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.”

Biden Commemorates Martin Luther King Jr. Day (Watch)

"He followed the path of Joseph. A believer in dreams, in the divinity they carry, in the promise they hold. And like John the Baptist, he prepared us for the greater hope ahead, one who came to bear witness to the light," Biden said of Dr. King.

Young Voters’ Enthusiasm for Democrats Waned During Midterms

Young voters who have been critical to Democratic successes in recent elections showed signs in November's midterms that their enthusiasm may be waning, a potential warning sign for a party that will need their strong backing heading into the 2024 presidential race.

Americans Hate Congress—Yet Reelected Every Senate Incumbent for First Time in a Century

Just one in five Americans say they approve of their representation in Congress.

Warnock Defeats Walker in Georgia Senate Race

Republican Herschel Walker on Tuesday lost to Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-GA), who will keep his seat in Washington.

253 Mainstream News Outlets Have Ties to George Soros

The Democrat super-donor is tied to NPR, ProPublica, and other media organizations around the world.

Obama Slams ‘Uncle Joe’

Twitter users questioned whether his comments might have been a subtle jab at the current president.

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