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GoDaddy cuts service from Texas pro-life group’s website used to report violators of abortion law

Web hosting provider GoDaddy cut service to a website belonging to the pro-life group Texas Right to Life, telling the group late Thursday it had 24 hours to find new hosting services for its whistleblower tip website, prolifewhistleblower.com.

Covid: How the West Embraced Central Planning and Abandoned Human Rights

In January 2020, Hubei and more than a dozen other provinces in mainland China implemented totalitarian lockdown measures, such as the closure of schools...

Maricopa County Must Hand Over 2020 Election Routers or Lose $700 Million in State Funding

In a major escalation in the fight over Arizona’s Maricopa County’s refusal to comply with a Senate election audit subpoena, the state attorney general's office ordered the county to give in or lose its state funding, which provides nearly a third of the county’s budget.

YouTube Bans Forced Vaccination, Big-Tech Critic Naomi Wolf

Liberal author Naomi Wolf’s DailyClout channel was abruptly deleted by YouTube after she posted an interview with a prominent critic of mandatory masking policies in schools.

As Bennett meets Biden, IDF ramps up plans for strike on Iran’s nuke program

Military, defense minister believe a credible threat of an Israeli attack on Tehran’s nuclear facilities is only way US will be able to negotiate better deal with Islamic Republic

Trump calls on Florida judge to help reinstate his YouTube account

Former President Donald Trump on Monday asked a Florida judge to issue a preliminary injunction in his case against YouTube that would compel the company to reinstate...

Florida School Districts Now Have One Day To Drop Mask Mandates Or DeSantis Will Strip Funding

DeSantis is preparing to strip the funding of school districts violating Florida law by requiring students wear face masks

‘Windfall’: Gov. Newsom sells Marin County mansion for $5.9 million

Sale occurs with Democratic governor fighting Sept. 14 recall

Florida senator seeks probe of Ben & Jerry’s halting sales in Israeli settlements

Florida Sen. Rick Scott (R) is calling for a federal investigation into Ben & Jerry's over its decision to stop selling ice cream in occupied Palestinian territory.

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