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Hunter Biden’s Laptop Confirmed By NYT

A comprehensive report about the ongoing federal probe into Hunter Biden’s tax filings published by the New York Times on Wednesday night confirmed the existence of the first son’s infamous laptop. In October 2020, The Post exclusively reported on the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop that he ditched at a Delaware repair shop in April 2019. The laptop’s hard drive ...

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Mitt Romney Votes To Keep Toddlers In Masks

In the latest of several steps he has taken to set himself apart from the majority of the Republican Party, Senator Mitt Romney (R-UT) voted against lifting a mask mandate for children as young as two who take part in the nation’s Head Start program. The Biden administration requires “universal masking for all individuals two years of age and older” participating in ...

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Kansas Teacher Suspended And Sued For Not Using Pronouns

A Kansas school district is accused of suspending and reprimanding a teacher for “discrimination and harassment” after she refused to use a student’s preferred first name and gender pronouns. The teacher also was denied a religious exemption to the district’s required practice. The allegation comes in a federal lawsuit filed Monday against USD 475 Geary County School District and the ...

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Trump Interview Gets 5M Views, But You Can’t See It

On Thursday night, YouTube removed an episode of the “Full Send” podcast featuring former President Donald Trump after the video racked up more than 5 million views in under 24 hours because the video violated YouTube’s “Terms of Service.” The “Full Send” podcast shared a message from YouTube regarding why the platform removed the video. “Content that advances false claims ...

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GOP: A Trump Investigation From Biden Will Result In Political Civil War

The GOP has laid down the gauntlet and says that any attempt to open a criminal investigation by the Biden Justice Department into former president Donald Trump will result in all-out political “civil war.”  Leading Republican lawmakers have said that any Department of Justice prosecution of former President Trump will turn into a major political battle, setting a high bar for Attorney ...

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Elon Musk Is Going To Great Lengths To Defend Free Speech

Elon Musk has deemed himself a supporter of free speech, especially in Ukraine, where he launched his Starlink satellites upon the request of Ukraine’s leaders in early March.   While media outlets, financial institutions, and some big-name franchises have cut business dealings with Russia, trailblazer Elon Musk has decided he’s going against the grain and is keeping satellite communication with Russia. ...

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Cuomo: “God Isn’t Finished With Me Yet”

Disgraced ex-governor Andrew Cuomo (D., N.Y.) on Sunday made his first public appearance since his resignation, preaching at a black Brooklyn church that “God isn’t finished with me yet.” Cuomo refused to admit to allegations of sexual harassment leveled against him while he spoke at God’s Battalion of Prayer church in Crown Heights. Instead, he defended himself and maintained he ...

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Nancy Pelosi Says The US Should Ban All Russian Oil Imports

While Joe Biden has so far said they were off the table, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says that she is in favor of banning all Russian oil imports, despite the additional pain at the pump that would inflict on average Americans. “I’m all for that. Ban it,” Pelosi said at a recent press conference at the Capitol. Bipartisan members of ...

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Texas Judge Rules Biden Can’t Change Trump Order On Immigrant Children

A Texas judge has ruled that the Biden administration cannot exempt children from a Trump-era order that has been used to rapidly deport hundreds of thousands of migrants – including children – in response to the COVID pandemic. During the early part of the pandemic, former President Trump launched “Title 42,” a controversial public health policy that would allow the US to ...

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Did Putin Unite America? If Not Just For A Split Second?

In a nation that has been horribly dived along party lines for years, average Americans and lawmakers stand remarkably united in the outrage against Russia and Vladimir Putin and in their support for the people of Ukraine. In these first few days of since Russia invaded its sovereign neighbor, the usually quite divided American public is unusually united in opposition ...

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