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Lawsuits Mount on Biden’s Expensive Student Loan Forgiveness Plan

President Joe Biden's plan to forgive hundreds of billions of dollars in student loan debt is facing its first serious legal challenge alleging it violates federal law and the Constitution, according to a lawsuit filed by the Pacific Legal Foundation on Tuesday.

The Got-Away Crisis at Our Southern Border

Regardless of where you sit on the political and ideological spectrum, there is no denying the catastrophic crisis at our southern border.

President Biden’s Green Initiatives Empower China: Republican Lawmakers

President Joe Biden’s decision to put off new tariffs on solar imports from Southeast Asian countries benefits China, according to Sen. Roger Marshall (R-Kan.) “Joe...

Russia Prepares to ‘Ramp up’ Stealth Jet Production Amid Rising Threat of War With West

Russia’s war in Ukraine escalated this week when Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a partial mobilization of the country’s military and vowed to use “all available means” to deter future attacks against Russia — a reference to the country’s diverse nuclear weapons arsenal.

Military’s Recruitment Shortfall a Direct Result of Vaccine Mandate: GOP Lawmakers

Forty-seven Republican lawmakers recently expressed “grave concerns” about military readiness as a result of the Pentagon’s mandate in a letter dated Sept. 15.

FBI Created ‘Illusion’ of National Turmoil With Jan 6 Using ‘Manipulative’ Tactics: Whistleblower

"It is a grave disservice to the victims of child sexual abuse and other crimes that do not advance the FBI leadership's political agenda," says Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH).

DeSantis Responds to Sheriff’s Investigation Into Martha’s Vineyard Migrant Flight: ‘Give Me a Break’

Florida’s Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis joined Fox News’ Sean Hannity during his Monday broadcast to respond to threats of criminal investigations against him for the State of Florida’s transport of 50 illegal immigrants to Martha’s Vineyard on Wednesday.

Homeland Security Has Been Secretly Copying Phones for Nearly 2 Decades

Entering the US illegally and without scrutiny has become as easy as a short walk across the border.

Federal Court Deals Major Blow to Big Tech and Sets up SCOTUS to Restore Free Speech

A Texas law prohibiting social media platforms, such as Twitter and Facebook, from discriminating against users based on their speech does not violate the First Amendment, a federal appellate court held on Friday.

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