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Breaking: Georgia’s Sen. Raphael Warnock Faces Voter Fraud Investigation

Georgia Democrat Raphael Warnock has only been in the U.S. Senate for a few weeks, but he’s already under investigation in his home state. The Georgia State Election Board officially voted Wednesday to proceed with a probe into Warnock’s role as the board chairman of the New Georgia Project, a voter registration organization founded by Stacey Abrams. Officials say the ...

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Republicans Fighting to Keep 1619 Project Out of Public Schools

According to a new (extraordinarily biased) report from the website “The 19th,” Republicans in several states are taking legislative action to keep the 1619 Project out of public schools. The curriculum, developed by using The New York Times project as its baseline, is dedicated to reimagining American history through a lens of racism. Republicans say that this form of instruction ...

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Missouri Republicans Take Action to Preempt Biden’s Gun Laws

The Missouri legislature isn’t waiting around to see what kind of anti-gun agenda is going to come out of the Biden administration. Warning that they expect the worse from a president who has declared the NRA an enemy, the Missouri House voted 107-43 this week to pass a bill that would prohibit state law enforcement agencies from enforcing federal firearms ...

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Facebook, Not Parler, Was Primary Site Used to Organize Capitol Riot

New questions are being raised by the full-court press to ban Parler from the internet after Department of Justice charging documents conclude that, overwhelmingly, Facebook was the preferred social media site for those planning to storm the U.S. Capitol. In the days after the January 6th riot, Facebook, Amazon, Twitter, and Apple colluded to force the free-speech app off the ...

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WaPo: Is It Time to Cancel the Tampa Bay Buccaneers?

Fresh off their hot success in eradicating the world of the Washington Redskins, the PC Police are back to challenge the winners of the 2021 Super Bowl. According to Washington Post writer Jamie Goodall, a staff historian at the U.S. Army Center of Military History, it’s time for us to think very seriously about the dangers of celebrating pirates. Very, ...

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Sen. Mike Lee Leads Charge to Keep Boys Out of Girls’ Sports

Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) has introduced legislation to the Senate that would protect female sports from boys in dresses. Calling the bill the Protection of Women and Girls in Sports Act, Lee is joined by 13 of his Republican colleagues in sponsoring the legislation. “When transgender athletes compete against women, women’s sports are no longer women’s sports; they become unisex ...

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Biden Slammed for Prioritizing Illegal Aliens in Vaccine Distribution

The vast majority of American citizens are still not anywhere close to being given access to the coronavirus vaccine, and yet the Biden administration is going out of its way to provide “equal access to the COVID-19 vaccines and vaccine distribution sites for undocumented immigrants.” Understandably, this has left quite a few people steaming with anger at the new president. ...

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Chicago Mayor Somehow Blames Trump for Teachers Refusing to Work

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot wanted Chicago Public School teachers to finally come back to work on Monday and, you know, actually do their jobs. But the Chicago Teachers Union, which continues to oppose the reopening of in-person instruction despite the fact that most of the country is doing it safely, balked at the proposal and kept teachers home. Now the ...

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House Dems Want to Shove Mass Amnesty into COVID Stimulus Bill

House Democrats, along with the Biden administration, seem increasingly bent on ignoring the demands of Republicans and moving forward with a COVID stimulus bill that throws all caution to the wind. In doing so, they are apparently taking some pretty extraordinary liberties under the umbrella of “pandemic relief.” For instance, a group of more than 100 House Democrats want House ...

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