Man Who Bought AR-15 For Rittenhouse Reaches Plea Deal

The state of Wisconsin on Friday entered into a plea bargain with Dominick Black, the man who obtained the AR15 later used by Kyle Rittenhouse to defend himself. Under the terms of the deal, Black will receive a non-criminal citation, which will have him pay $2000 as a fine. No criminal charges whatsoever will be on his record, and no ...

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Justice Sotomayor denies Biden Rule is Vaccine Mandate, Despite Clear OSHA Language

Supreme Court Justice Sonya Sotomayor aggressively pushed back on the term “vaccine mandate” during a Friday hearing on the Biden administration’s contested COVID-19 regulations outlined by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). “There’s no requirement here. It’s not a vaccine mandate. It’s something totally different. And I don’t know how much clearer than six fifty-one Congress could have been,” ...

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Select Committee Chairman Thompson Reveals That The Fix Is In

In a recent interview with CNN’s Dana Bash, Bennie Thompson, chairman of Speaker Pelosi’s Kangaroo Select Committee looking into the Capitol Hill riot, revealed that the conclusion of the so-called investigation has already been determined. Thompson said that the purpose of the one-sided Select Committee is to yet determine what took place on January 6, 2021.  Thompson went on to ...

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Disloyal Stephanie Grisham Meets With the January 6 Committee

After turning on her former boss and writing a scathing book, ex Trump press secretary Stephanie Grisham has announced that she will be meeting with the January 6 committee! Grisham worked under former President Donald Trump and in the East Wing under former first lady Melania Trump. Grisham said the committee has not yet asked her for any specific documentation. ...

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Ted Cruz Says Biden’s Impeachment Is Possible If GOP Takes the House

Senator Ted Cruz, an unabashed critic of President Joe Biden, says that he believes that an impeachment of Biden is possible should the GOP retake the House in the midterms. In a recent interview Cruz said that it is likely that Republicans will win back the House in 2022, and he said that if they do, they will probably consider impeaching President ...

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“Social Iniquities” a Factor in the Distribution of Potentially Lifesaving Drug According to NY Dept.

The New York State Department of Health (NYS DOH) is requiring healthcare providers to prioritize non-white patients when administering oral antiviral treatment for COVID-19. The department issued a health advisory notice Monday announcing that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved paxlovid and molnupiravir as oral antiviral treatments for the coronavirus, and it provided the eligibility criteria for receiving the drugs. The ...

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Texas Criminal Suspects Released Since 2018 Killed 156 People – Is Bail Reform Actually Working?

Criminal suspects released on multiple felony bonds in Texas‘ most populous county have killed 156 people since 2018, according to victim advocates, who have criticized bail reform efforts that have seen some people charged with violent crimes and released back onto the streets only to violently re-offend. In Harris County, home to Houston, the largest city in the state, there are 113 defendants charged with ...

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More Silencing of Conservative Voices as Twitter Permanently Bans Marjorie Taylor Greene

Big Tech is once again showing its Right Wing bias by silencing yet another popular conservative voice. This time the obviously pro-left platform, Twitter,  has permanently banned Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga. The controversial GOP Representative — had her personal verified Twitter account permanently banned for allegedly spreading COVID-19 “misinformation,” the social media giant said. “We permanently suspended Marjorie Taylor Greene for repeated violations ...

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Higher Home Prices Cause Pending Home Sales To Fall

Pending home sales unexpectedly fell in the month of November as homebuyers were hesitant to buy due to higher prices. The National Association of Realtors’ pending home sales index, which tracks the number of homes that are under contract to be sold, slipped 2.2% to 122.4 in November on a monthly basis. The latest reading came in short of the 0.5% ...

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