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Attorney General William Barr Resigns, amid Post-Election Tensions
Attorney General William Barr will leave his post shortly before Christmas, President Donald Trump announced Monday. Read More.
Has The "Village" Failed The Children?
Everyone knows how government policies implemented this year have caused suffering for adults and small businesses. But government policies have also negatively affected the young in so many ways as well. One-size-fits-all policies in a world of individuals runs contrary to the ideas of Liberty. It has produced the dire circumstances that we currently find ourselves in. Individual liberty is our only life vest. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); [...] Read More.
Report Claims Dominion Error Rate Of 68%
A forensic report from the Allied Security Operations Group of election results from Antrim County, Michigan concluded Dominion Voting Systems is “intentionally and purposefully designed with inherent errors to create systemic fraud and influence election results.” Read More.
72% of Republicans approve of Trump pardoning family members before leaving office: Poll
Nearly three-fourths of Republican voters said they somewhat or strongly approve of President Trump preemptively pardoning his family members before he leaves office in January, according to a national poll.  Read More.
Terrorist Released from U.S. Prison Due to Coronavirus
A terrorist who collaborated with Osama bin Laden was released early from U.S. prison due to coronavirus fears, the New York Post reported Friday. Read More.
Portland’s New ‘Autonomous Zone’ Welcomes Antifa, Weapons, And Violence Against Police
Tensions surrounding the new Portland autonomous zone, named “Red House on Mississippi,” are rising after members began arming themselves and stockpiling weapons a few days into their occupation. Read More.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo Shuts Down Indoor Dining in NYC, Less than 2% of Coronavirus Cases Traced to Restaurants
Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) announced Friday that he will shut down indoor dining in New York City, despite the fact that contact tracing does not show restaurants as a primary source of coronavirus transmission. Read More.
Team USA to allow Olympic athletes to protest in 'support of racial and social justice,' defying IOC rules
The U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee said Thursday it would allow its athletes to protest in "support of racial and social justice." Read More.
Great Reset: A Great Delusion, But More of The Same
Human freedom will be gone, of course, and the world will be set straight by the authorities and planners. Read More.
We Hadn't Thought Through The Economic Impacts
Echoing arch-lockdowner Anthony Fauci, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation's Melinda Gates has expressed some surprise in a recent New York Times article about the massive economic disaster that has followed the coronavirus outbreak. Read More.
Pfizer Warning: Vaccine May Be Dangerous
As the US FDA is preparing to approve the Pfizer Covid vaccine for emergency use, health authorities have issued warnings that individuals with severe allergies should avoid the vaccine. Read More.
The Idea of Liberty vs. Authoritarian Control
​If someone said, "Please place your next thought into my hand," could you do it? Of course not! Read More.
Texas Sues Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin at Supreme Court over Election Rules
The State of Texas filed a lawsuit directly with the U.S. Supreme Court shortly before midnight on Monday challenging the election procedures in Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin on the grounds that they violate the Constitution. Read More.
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