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

Federal Judge Vows to Stop Hiring Law Clerks From Yale Law School

Judge James C. Ho of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit announced Thursday that he would no longer be hiring law clerks from Yale Law School and urged other judges to follow suit.

Climate Activist Says People Shouldn’t Fly to Fiji After Flying There Herself, Interviewer Can’t Stop Laughing (Video)

A climate change activist recently told an interviewer that people shouldn't fly by plane during the current alleged "climate crisis" after she herself flew there just months prior.

Chris Wallace’s New Show Bombs in Debut for CNN

Former Fox News host Chris Wallace bombed in his debut for his new employer.

Sorry, There’s No ‘Smoking Gun’ in Martha’s Vineyard, Just a Lot of Left-Wing Condescension

One of the most condescending and insulting responses on the left to the Martha’s Vineyard migrant imbroglio last week was the repeated insistence, by blue-check media figures and Democrat politicians alike, that the 50 migrants who voluntarily boarded a plane to Massachusetts were somehow misled or tricked into it.

Senate Will Delay Vote on Same-Sex Marriage Measure Until After Midterms

The Senate will delay its vote on same-sex marriage until after the midterms, Wisconsin Democrat Sen. Tammy Baldwin, a lead sponsor of the bipartisan measure, said Thursday.

White House Grapples to Avoid Nationwide Railroad Strike That Could Send Gas Prices Soaring, Hamstring Supply Chain

The White House is seeking to prevent a nationwide railroad strike that could worsen supply chain bottlenecks and increase gas prices.

Stubbornly High Rents, Food Prices Boost U.S. Inflation in August

U.S. consumer prices unexpectedly rose in August and underlying inflation accelerated amid rising costs for rents and healthcare, giving the Federal Reserve ammunition to deliver a third 75 basis points interest rate hike next Wednesday.

Two Decades Later, the Enduring Legacy of 9/11

Nearly 20 years later, they watched in sorrow as the nation’s military mission in Afghanistan – which began less than a month after 9/11 – came to a bloody and chaotic conclusion.

New North Korea Law Allows For Preemptive Nuclear Strikes, Country Will ‘Automatically And Immediately’ Fire Nuke If Kim Dies In Attack

A new law passed by North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un’s puppet parliament will allow for the leader to fire a preemptive nuclear attack if the country believes such an action would protect it from a threat.

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