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Did the Justice Department overreach in raiding James O’Keefe’s home?

The FBI on Nov. 6 searched the Mamaroneck, N.Y., home of James O’Keefe, the founder of the video-sting group Project Veritas. As reported by the New York Times, authorities also searched the homes of two O’Keefe associates. It’s all part of an investigation stemming from the reported theft last year of the diary of Ashley Biden, the president’s daughter.

Catholic Student Suspended From Football After Allegedly Insisting There Are Two Genders. Now He’s Suing The School District.

A New Hampshire high school boy who is a practicing Catholic was suspended from playing football for one game after an exchange off-campus in which he allegedly insisted there are only two genders. Now he and his mother are suing the school district.

Rittenhouse Judge Tells Jury to Ignore Biden, Who Once Suggested Teen is a ‘White Supremacist’

If the jury in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial weren’t already aware of the high-stakes politics surrounding their deliberations, Judge Bruce Schroeder has made it absolutely clear.

Why America Needs National Conservatism

Today’s central challenge is an aggressive, ascendant radical left. Incremental reform won’t counter it.

The Federally Funded Takedown of Natural Immunity

Government medicine is on a power trip, so wedded to its vaccine mandates that it can only argue against the superior power of natural immunity, as in an astounding recent CDC report.

A “Deadly Attack” on the Capitol?

Yesterday, I was listening to a classical-music station when NPR came on with the news. Addressing the controversy surrounding former President Trump’s efforts to keep secret his records relating to the January 6 protests at the Capitol, the NPR reporter referred to the “deadly attack” on the Capitol.

Kyle Rittenhouse judge eviscerates prosecutor for bringing banned TikTok information before the jury: Defense demands he declare a mistrial that could see Kenosha shooter...

The judge in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial has continued to reprimand the prosecutor in court as the defense demands a mistrial with prejudice.

Kyle Rittenhouse sobs in court as he takes stand

Kyle Rittenhouse, the 18-year-old charged with killing two people and injuring another during protests in Kenosha, Wisconsin, sobbed Wednesday as he took the stand to be questioned by his defense team.

Fully Vaccinated Choir Concert Ends in Substantial COVID-19 Outbreak

Unvaccinated who could provide negative test were banned from attending.

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