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Supreme Court sides with church over state, rejects Andrew Cuomo’s coronavirus crackdown
The Supreme Court blocked New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s restrictions on attendance on religious services amid rising COVID-19 cases in the state. Read More.
Daniel McAdams: How Russiagate Ruined Everything
The Russiagate hoax...the Covid overreaction...the election... Ron Paul Institute Executive Director Daniel McAdams ties them all together in this speech given on Nov. 7, 2020 at Mises Lake Jackson in Texas. Read More.
Sidney Powell Files Lawsuits Challenging Election Results in Georgia, Michigan
Attorney Sidney Powell filed lawsuits Wednesday challenging the results of the presidential vote in Georgia and Michigan, alleging “ballot stuffing,” which she alleges was “amplified and rendered virtually invisible by computer software created and run by domestic and foreign actors.” Read More.
Without Evidence, Former President Obama Accuses Hispanic Trump Voters Of Bigotry
Former President Barack Obama accused Hispanic voters of being bigots, claiming that they ignored the current administration’s “racist” immigration policies to vote for Donald Trump because “he supports their views on gay marriage.” Read More.
Orthodox Jewish community ignores Cuomo's orders on gatherings
An Orthodox Jewish community hosted a wedding on Monday night that appeared to flout coronavirus restrictions laid out by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Read More.
Trump Says Giuliani’s Election Efforts Will Be His ‘Crowning Achievement’ During Surprise Phone Call Into Pennsylvania Senate Hearing
President Donald Trump called into the Pennsylvania Senate’s special hearing on the 2020 election Wednesday and called former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani’s work on election related legal challenges “his crowning achievement.” Read More.
Kentucky Coffee Shop Owner Loses License After Bucking Coronavirus Restrictions
A drinkery in Kentucky that sells both coffee and alcohol had its alcohol license suspended by the state's Alcohol Beverage Control agency (ABC) on Wednesday after failing to comply with COVID-19 restrictions. Read More.
Computer repairman at center of 'Biden laptop' scandal closes shop, disappears amid purported death threats
John Paul Mac Isaac, the computer repairman at the center of a reported Biden family scandal, has closed his Wilmington, Delaware, computer repair shop amid purported death threats.  Read More.
Biden: “America Is Back” To What? More Corporatism? More Globalism? More Yellen?
The rhetoric from those looking forward to a Biden administration is that everyone is now expected to travel back in time to pre-2016 America. Well, that's not how it works. Not only President Trump, but especially the four-year vitriolic reaction to Trump, has roused a sense of Americanism that has changed the mentality of many formerly apathetic Americans. The way forward will not be as easy as 'just forget the last four years.' Read More.
Prison Abolitionists Work to ‘Secure the Senate’ in Georgia
A group of far-left activists working to end federal funding for police and "close all federal prisons" is pledging to spend big in Georgia in an effort to "secure the Senate." Read More.
Jake Sullivan Trashed Trump’s Israel Policy In Interview With Chinese Propaganda Outlet
Jake Sullivan, the incoming national security adviser, criticized President Donald Trump’s policies related to the Middle East during an interview in late 2017 with CGTN, a Beijing-based media outlet controlled by the Chinese government. Read More.
Republican Maryland governor says no one has a 'constitutional right to walk around without a mask'
Republican Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan said during a media briefing about the coronavirus that no one had the "constitutional right to walk around without a mask." Read More.
Biden Plans To Nominate Former Obama Official And John Brennan Loyalist To Top Intelligence Post
Joe Biden announced Monday he plans to nominate Avril Haines, a former deputy to Obama CIA Director John Brennan and National Security Advisor Susan Rice, as his Director of National Intelligence.  Read More.
State Legislators In Three Swing States Were Caught Off Guard By the Trump Camp's Latest Announcement
The Trump campaign on Tuesday announced that legislatures in key swing states – Pennsylvania, Arizona and Michigan – would hold hearings on alleged voter fraud. Legislators in those states, however, say nothing is scheduled to take place. Read More.
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