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It’s time for candidates and politicians to boycott Pfizer’s toxic PAC donations

This is Pfizer's country. We merely live in it.

School boards group that equated parental activism with ‘domestic terrorism’ owes IRS $20 million

Montana affiliate was "underwhelmed" by evidence National School Boards Association used to justify FBI intervention.

Dodging the Constitution for a Global Tax

Treasury plans to adopt a new treaty without a proper Senate vote.

Democratic cities that sought to defund police reverse course amid rising crime, cop shortages

Some Democratic cities that once sought to defund their police departments are now reversing course — some by their own volition, some under pressure from Republican governors or citizen-led initiatives.

Ron DeSantis Announces Florida’s Job Growth Rate Is 3X the National Rate

Florida’s job growth rate is three times the national rate, seeing 17 consecutive months of growth, Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) announced Friday. “Happy to report...

Hunter Biden Reportedly Offered US Company $80,000-Worth of Info on Russian Businessman Deripaska

Just over a year ago The New York Post offered its series of exposés on Hunter Biden, son of the current US President, with damning emails obtained from his purportedly abandoned laptop shedding light on "pay-to-play" schemes involving then-Vice President Joe Biden.

Pelosi Wants the IRS Sticking Its Nose in All Your Bank Accounts

We’ve previously reported on the incredibly intrusive reporting requirement in the Build Back Better bill — requiring banks to report about any accounts that have transactions...

Outrage Builds Over Expansion of IRS Reach

Financial experts are pushing back against the Biden administration's proposal to include a provision in the $3.5 trillion spending bill to extend  the IRS' reach to have bank transactions over $600 reported. The Democrats’ goal is to garner $463 billion in additional personal income tax over the next decade.

Why the Productive Middle Class Leave California

A bullet-pointed primer of 15 simple points.

Gov. Newsom Signs Cultural Marxist Bills

The California Legislature passed 836 bills this year, of which Gov. Gavin Newsom signed 770. That’s 92 percent. He vetoed only 66, or 8 percent. That’s about average for governors in recent years.

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