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Appeals Court: Clinton Campaign and Super PAC Misused Funds in 2016 Election

Today, a federal appeals court ruled that the 2016 campaign of Hillary Clinton and a liberal super PAC violated federal election laws by openly...

Attorney Generals Urge SCOTUS to Take Case on Parental Rights Within Schools

Sixteen attorney generals, led by Virginia AG Jason Miyares (R), have filed an amicus brief requesting that the U.S. Supreme Court take up a case involving schools' efforts to transition students without parental knowledge or consent.

Democrat Senators Push Investigation into Justice Thomas

Two Democrat Senate committee leaders have called for a special counsel investigation into Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.

Biden Campaign New Ad Targets Supreme Court Justices Directly

Last Monday, the Biden campaign produced an advertisement in which it criticizes the justices of the Supreme Court directly for their loyalty to former...

Beware of Leaders Professing Devotion to ‘Democracy’ – American Minute With Bill Federer

The New Yorker ran the headline, January 4, 2024, “Biden makes saving democracy the center of his campaign.” The first notable democracy was in Athens, Greece....

Homeless Encampment Built in Backyard of New Hampshire Family

A homeless encampment is reportedly growing in the backyard of a New Hampshire family.

Trump Files Motion to Pause Classified Doc Case

Judge Aileen Cannon has accepted Donald Trump's motion to pause the classified documents case in Florida.

Judge Blocks Biden’s HHS Rule Expanding Gender Orientation Protections

A federal judge in Mississippi blocked a proposed rule from Biden's Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) that would have compelled healthcare entities to accept gender ideology.

Missouri AG Accuses New York of ‘Lawfare’ in Trump Conviction Lawsuit

Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey has filed a lawsuit against New York, claiming that the recent conviction of former President Donald Trump was politically motivated and violated his constitutional rights.

Capitol Siege Families Express Frustration Over Supreme Court Decision Protecting Trump

The families and victims of the supposed Capitol "riot" on January 6, 2021, are voicing their dissatisfaction and indignation following the Supreme Court's decision...

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