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Top RFK Jr. Advisor Quits

A leading advisor to Robert F. Kennedy Jr. announced she is leaving his presidential campaign.

Kevin McCarthy Backs Trump for 2024

Former House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) has expressed his support for Donald Trumps 2024 presidential campaign.

Trump Hosts LGBT Gala

An LGBT group, the Log Cabin Republicans, held a "Spirit of Lincoln" gala at Mar-a-Lago.

We Need Trump in 2024: A Defense of America First and a 2024 Trump Presidency

The 2022 midterms have facilitated a narrative shift as seemingly every major outlet under the sun has begun to advocate for the demise of the leader of the America First movement: President Donald Trump.

Republicans Should Reject the Gay-Marriage Bill

By a vote of 267 to 157, with 47 Republicans joining the majority, the House has passed a bill requiring all state governments to stick with the redefinition of marriage that the Supreme Court ordered in 2015.

17-Year-Old Died ‘Suddenly in Sleep’ 6 Months After 2nd Pfizer Shot

VAERS data released Friday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention included a total of 1,205,755 reports of adverse events from all age groups following COVID vaccines, including 26,396 deaths and 214,521 serious injuries between Dec. 14, 2020, and March 25, 2022.

Stanford to International Students: Get the Booster or Face Deportation + More

The Defender’s Big Brother NewsWatch brings you the latest headlines related to governments’ abuse of power, including attacks on democracy, civil liberties and use of mass surveillance.

Canada’s Dangerous New CRT-Inspired Law Is Racist and Anti-white

Canada comes closer to implementing an Orwellian state by mandating adherence to the Critical Race Theory in its schools.

German Christian Democratic Union Drops ‘Christian’ from Name to Attract More Members

German CDU Could be dropping the “C” in order to attract a bigger audience by making their branding more mainstream.

U.S. Senators Behind Xinjiang Law Have Investments Linked to China’s Uyghur ‘Genocide’

Newsweek review of financial filings in Congress has found that lawmakers who are driving legislation to protect Uyghurs in China are also invested—either directly in the form of stocks, or indirectly via mutual funds—in major companies tied to the oppression in Xinjiang.

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