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U.S. Enters Recession Under Biden

U.S. economy shrank 0.2% in the June quarter, 0.9% on an annualized basis.

HHS Proposal Requires Medical Workers’ Participation in Gender-Transition, Abortion

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced July 25 a proposed regulation that jeopardizes the freedom of conscience of health care providers by requiring participation in gender-transition procedures and abortions, critics say.

Leaked Emails Suggest CDC Coordinated With Twitter, Facebook And Google To Censor Social Media Users

A recent report from The Washington Free Beacon suggests the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) coordinated with Big Tech companies like Google, Twitter, and Facebook to push censorship of “vaccine misinformation.”

Lia Thomas Gets Beaten Out by a Real Woman and It’s Glorious

Just under two weeks ago, Lia Thomas, a male athlete who believes he is a woman, was nominated for the NCAA’s “Woman of the Year” award.

Jill Biden’s Press Secretary Michael Larosa Resigns

​First lady Jill Biden’s press secretary is stepping down this week, continuing the high turnover among the White House’s communications staff as messaging becomes a dire issue for the president.

Top Federal Reserve Officials With Known Links to China Still Have Their Jobs, Senate Republican Report Says

The Chinese government carried out a decade-long information theft campaign against the Federal Reserve, a report released Tuesday from Republican members of the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs revealed.

FBI ‘Downplaying’ Hunter Biden Information: Whistleblowers

Sen. Grassley cited "highly credible" whistleblower.

Big Businesses Are Fleeing Liberal Cities for Conservative Strongholds

Massive companies are fleeing liberal cities and states. Tired of skyrocketing tax rates, COVID-19 protocols, crime and homelessness, they’re moving to the most conservative...

Supreme Court to Hear Two Election Cases Next Term, Progressives Warn it Could ‘Upend’ Democracy

The Supreme Court is gearing up next term to wade into two major battles over how Americans vote in elections, with cases over how much of a role race plays in drawing voting districts and who has the final say on election procedures.

Civil Liberties Groups and Lawmakers Object to Government Agencies Buying Personal Data

The Department of Homeland Security is buying “huge volumes” of U.S. residents’ cellphone data and sidestepping Fourth Amendment protections against unreasonable government searches and seizures, according to data compiled by the ACLU. 

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