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Trump Wins Ruling in Rape Accuser Carroll’s Defamation Lawsuit

A federal appeals court in Manhattan handed former President Donald Trump a procedural victory Tuesday in a defamation lawsuit, after famed columnist E. Jean Carroll claimed that Trump had raped her in the 1990s.

Wisconsin School District Uses Kindergarten Sex Ed Curriculum Developed by Trans Activists, Dr. Who Pushes Child Gender Transition

A public school district in Wisconsin has been teaching kindergarteners about gender identity and sexual orientation, including genitalia, thanks in part to the efforts of a Planned Parenthood activist and a doctor who promotes the medicalized gender transitions of children.

Fentanyl Crisis Continues to Ravage U.S. Communities as Border Drug Trafficking Hits New Records

A memo circulating among Senate Republicans this week details how the fentanyl crisis continues to worsen across U.S. communities as southern border drug seizures and encounters reach record highs.

He’s Still the One

Republican voters face a clear choice in the 2024 presidential cycle.

Soros-Linked Group Wins $41M Contract From Biden to Help Illegal Aliens Evade Deportation

A non-governmental organization (NGO), with financial links to billionaire George Soros, has won a $41 million federal contract from President Joe Biden’s Department of Justice (DOJ) to help illegal aliens evade deportation from the United States.

Six States Sue Biden to Block Student Loan Forgiveness as Illegal, Hurtful to Working Class

Six Republican states on Thursday sued President Joe Biden to block his planned cancellation of hundreds of billions of dollars of student loan debt, arguing it was unlawful and harmful to working-class Americans.

India Flips COVID Contact Tracing App Into WEF-Style ‘Sophisticated Surveillance System’

Indian officials are repurposing a controversial COVID-19 contract-tracing app to be used as a key component of the country’s healthcare infrastructure.

First Openly Trans Army Officer and Wife Charged in Plot to Give U.S. Military Medical Info to Russia

A federal grand jury has indicted Anna Gabrielian (36) and her husband, Jamie Lee Henry (39), both of Rockville, Maryland, charging the couple with...

One Dead, 2.5 Million Without Power: Ian Hits Florida

Hurricane Ian has devastated southwest Florida, killing at least one, trapping others in flooded homes, cutting off bridges, damaging hospitals, and knocking out power to 2.5 million people.

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