Author Archives: PND Staff Writer

Vladimir Putin’s ‘lover’ seen for first time in two years

Vladimir Putin’s alleged secret lover has dramatically reappeared in public for the first time in more than two-and-a-half years. Former Olympic champion Alina Kabaeva, 38, wore what appeared to be a wedding ring on her right hand in view of the camera. She went on state TV to denounce Tokyo 2020 judges after Russian star Dina Averina failed to win ...

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Dana White and Joe Rogan destroy propaganda

As mandatory vaccinations spread throughout the business world of the United States, some leaders are standing up to speak out against the health requirement trend that has been infecting free market capitalism here. This week, President of the UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship) Dana White and fellow UFC and top podcast host Joe Rogan both took the time to give their ...

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Could California Go Red?

There’s a good chance California Governor Gavin Newsom (D) will lose his job September 14th when the state holds a recall election. Everything will depend on voter turnout, reports Politico.  There are far more registered Democrats than Republicans in the state of California, but Republicans are much more likely to participate in elections.  There seems to be a general feeling ...

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Voters Support Election Integrity as Dominion Refuses Subpoena and DOJ Makes Threats

The 2020 election is far from over as audit investigations continue to move forward and new questions arise. According to a new bipartisan survey from Rasmussen Reports, a mind bending 90% of American voters are concerned with cheating in the election process, with 74% of American voters supporting having voter ID requirements. The poll found that 61% of American voters ...

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Democrats are on the verge of repeating a historic blunder

There comes a point in every awful horror movie where a character does something so careless and shortsighted a viewer loses faith in the storyteller. There’s the hapless victim who can’t flee from the monster without falling, the stubborn homeowner who won’t move out of a haunted house, and my favorite: the person who walks toward, not away, from a ...

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Bye Bye Andrew Cuomo

I do not see how New York Governor Andrew Cuomo can survive the State Attorney General Letitia James’ report that outlines a loooong series of allegations of sexual misconduct.  Members of the Democrat leadership in the Empire State are calling for his resignation. And if he does not, impeachment may be in the offing.  Perhaps the biggest blow was the ...

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Does Trump Have the Right of First Refusal on the GOP Nomination?

Democrats and most Republicans seem to believe that the 2024 presidential nomination belongs to Trump if he chooses to run.  Delaying his decision is said to be keeping all the potential presidential aspirants on the sideline. There are three questions yet unanswered.  Will Trump decide to run?  Can he secure the GOP nomination in 2024?  Would he win the General ...

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Xi Jinping Tells China to Prep Military

Chinese President Xi Jinping called on China’s military leadership to strengthen its solidarity with the Communist Party as he warned of potential armed conflict and security concerns at the country’s border with Afghanistan. Xi on Friday said China should be prepared for “military struggle” as the United States is set to withdraw from Afghanistan by September 11 of this year. Xi made ...

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The War on Assange Is a War on Truth

It is dangerous to reveal the truth about the illegal and immoral things our government does with our money and in our name, and the war on journalists who dare reveal such truths is very much a bipartisan affair. Just ask Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, who was relentlessly pursued first by the Obama administration and now by the Trump administration ...

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Pelosi Manipulates Police Testimony

The first meeting of Pelosi’s 100 percent hand-picked Select Committee began its first hearing this past Friday.  If one had harbored any hope that there would be a modicum of objectivity in the process, the introductory remarks by Chairman Rep. Bennie Thompson dispelled it. Thompson was not opening an inquiry, but rather an inquisition.  That was obvious when he leap-frogged ...

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