Scientists put lie to Fauci claims on U.S. involvement in Wuhan

According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), gain of function research involves the genetic modification and experimentation of viruses and pathogens to increase strength and transmissibility. At a Senate hearing in May of 2021, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and…

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Congresswoman: New army of IRS agents coming after Americans

Congressional firebrand Marjorie Taylor Greene is warning Americans that, under the Democrats’ new tax-’em-all scheme, a “new IRS force” of 87,000 agents will be coming after them. “And they’re buying more guns and ammo too,” Greene, R-Ga., explained in a report in the New York Post. The new army is…

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Democrats’ plan to ‘condemn’ Israel is supported by terrorists

Jerusalem, Israel (Image by Evgeni Tcherkasski from Pixabay) By Gabe Kaminsky Daily Caller News Foundation A non-governmental organization (NGO), which is also an Israeli-designated terror group, is urging U.S. voters to pressure lawmakers to back a Democrat-sponsored resolution “condemning” Israel, according to an email obtained by the Daily Caller News…

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Popular children’s toy store makes startling comeback

(Image by ErikaWittlieb from Pixabay) (FOX BUSINESS) — Toys R Us, the beloved children’s toy store, is officially back inside Macy’s locations in 9 states, with more “coming soon.” The retailer did a Christmas in July-type announcement, saying all locations will be complete by October 15, just in time for…

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Former CNN anchor arrested for alleged hit-and-run

(Photo by Joe Kovacs) (PAGESIX) — Former CNN anchor Felicia Taylor has been arrested in Palm Beach over an alleged hit-and-run. The retired anchor-correspondent who worked for CNN International’s “World Business Today“ was arrested on July 28 after she allegedly hit another car while driving her white Mercedes, causing injury…

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Doctors less willing to resuscitate patients because of COVID

[Editor’s note: This story originally was published by Live Action News.] By Cassy Fiano-Chesser Live Action News A study has found that the COVID-19 pandemic has led to an unwillingness on the part of doctors to resuscitate patients, with more people than ever receiving “do not attempt cardiopulmonary resuscitation” (DNACPR)…

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Electric-vehicle owners facing privacy-jolting mileage taxes

[Editor’s note: This story originally was published by Real Clear Investigations.] By Eric Felten Real Clear Investigations The environmental impact of electric cars may still be unknown, but leaders are growing concerned about the threat they pose to the financing of the nation’s highway system. Because freeways and bridges are…

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Dem organization holding out on plan to clean up election donations

[Editor’s note: This story originally was published by Real Clear Politics.] By Susan Crabtree Real Clear Politics With so much recent finger-pointing in Washington over foreign influence in U.S. elections, it seems as if lawmakers would be doing everything they could to try to close loopholes that allow illegal political…

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Conservative U.S. governors credited with working to reduce emissions

(Image by Rudy and Peter Skitterians from Pixabay) [Editor’s note: This story originally was published by Real Clear Energy.] By Tyler Duvelius Real Clear Energy While President Biden and his administration have offered little more than empty rhetoric on their plans to address climate change, conservative governors across the country…

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Americans boil in ‘age of rage,’ courtesy U.S. Supreme Court

(Photo by Joe Kovacs) America is in the “age of rage” because of several recent Supreme Court decisions that, citing the Constitution, have decided disputes in favor of the conservative ideology, according to constitutional expert and George Washington Law School professor Jonathan Turley. And it’s producing some dangerous rhetoric. Turley…

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Joe Biden met with Hunter’s Chinese partners in White House

President Joe Biden talks on the phone with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday, May 12, 2021, in the Oval Office of the White House. (Official White House photo by Adam Schultz) Another meeting between Joe Biden and business partners tied to the family influence-peddling operation run by his…

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‘Mob justice’: Students demand punishment for the innocent

(Photo by Sincerely Media on Unsplash) With today’s societal demands that people have the right beliefs, extol the correct ideologies, affirm society’s politically and ideologically righteous statements, there’s little room for people who are accused of misbehaving. Even when they are cleared of the allegations. One such situation has been…

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Christians fight back against ‘transgender pronoun’ lunacy

(Image by Alexas_Fotos from Pixabay) The fight for acceptance of and promotion of transgenderism has reached some astonishing lengths. In the United Kingdom, employers reportedly have the power to dismiss employees if they don’t agree to lie about someone else based on their gender dysphoria. And now the Christian Concern…

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Senator calls Democrats’ left wing ‘the enemy within’

Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla., speaks at CPAC Dallas on Aug. 4, 2022 (Video screenshot) America’s far left has taken control of the Democratic Party, becoming an “enemy within” that has transformed the United States into an unrecognizable country, said Republican Sen. Rick Scott of Florida on Friday. “Today we face…

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Majority of Americans prioritize economy over climate change

(JUST THE NEWS) – Most Americans prioritize economic recovery over efforts to combat climate change, a recent survey revealed. Just 7% of Americans listed “stopping climate change” as their greatest concern in a Harvard CAPS/Harris poll, released Wednesday. A further 10% listed it as their second priority. Inflation, meanwhile was…

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Trump speaks at CPAC Texas

Fans of Donald Trump listen as the former president addresses CPAC in Dallas, Texas, on Sunday, July 11, 2021. (Video screenshot) (ELECTION CENTRAL) – The third day of speeches and discussion panels at CPAC Texas 2022 will wrap up with former President Donald Trump as the keynote speaker finishing out…

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Argentina vows to stop printing money amid 60% inflation

(Image courtesy Pexels) (ZEROHEDGE) – Hours after Argentina’s new Minister of Economy Sergio Massa was sworn into office, he pledged to stop printing money in an attempt to halt a spiraling currency crisis which has seen inflation hit 60% – and has been projected to reach 90% by the end…

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German electricity prices hit record high as heatwave curbs power generation

(ACTIVIST POST) – Above-average temperatures throughout Germany are pushing power prices to new records as utilities reduce electricity output in western Europe amid the worst energy crisis in decades. National forecaster Deutscher Wetterdienst predicted a heatwave would persist through mid-August. Weather models show max temperatures will jump to mid-July levels…

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How Florida has been a pendulum on politics

President Donald J. Trump waves at the conclusion of his remarks Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2020, at the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum in Jupiter, Florida, on the Environmental Accomplishments for the People of Florida. (Official White House photo by Joyce N. Boghosian) [Editor’s note: This story originally was published by…

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Death Valley floods leave 1,000 staff, guests stranded

Death Valley floods 2022 (video screenshot) (FOX NEWS) – Hundreds of staff members and guests were stuck in a National Park after monsoonal weather caused major flooding that prevented them from escaping Friday morning, park service officials said. Heavy rains pushed dirt and debris onto the roads around Death Valley…

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Have Democrats had their fill of Larry Krasner’s antics?

[Editor’s note: This story originally was published by Real Clear Pennsylvania.] By Tom Hogan Real Clear Pennsylvania In 2017, a Philadelphia police officer shot an armed felon who was attempting to escape during a traffic stop. Philadelphia district attorney Larry Krasner charged the police officer with murder. The officer intended…

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American politicians surprise, agreeing that China must be confronted

Chinese military forces (Video screenshot) [Editor’s note: This story originally was published by Real Clear Defense.] By Seth Cropsey Real Clear Defense Nancy Pelosi’s trip to Taiwan is a rare and commendable act of strategic sense that received equally rare and commendable bipartisan support. Yet considering the geostrategic and economic…

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Protecting public health must be ‘national security priority’

(Image courtesy Pixabay) [Editor’s note: This story originally was published by Real Clear Health.] By Jerry Rogers Real Clear Health Proper public health preparedness is more than a public good. Our experience with the Covid-19 pandemic has taught us that biodefense and pandemic readiness must be national security priorities as…

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America’s fastest mom back in action after recovering from injury

American flags (Pixabay) [Editor’s note: This story originally was published by Live Action News.] By Cassy Fiano-Chesser Live Action News Keira D’Amato holds the American record for women’s marathon running and the world record for the women’s 10-mile run. She’s sponsored by both Nike and Flynn Sports, and she has…

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An inconvenient truth: ESG is making inflation worse

[Editor’s note: This story originally was published by Real Clear Energy.] By Gabriella Hoffman Real Clear Energy Inflation has emerged as the top issue for most Americans ahead of the midterm elections. Rising labor costs, energy prices, and interest rates are increasingly adding to inflationary woes. And much to the Biden administration’s…

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