Monthly Archives: July 2021

U.S. To End Combat Role In Iraq?

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By the end of 2021 the U.S. will no longer have a combat role in Iraq. Biden met with Iraq’s Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi Monday at the White House, where he said,”Iraq has been a vital partner for the United … Continue reading

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Charlie Kirk Owns The Libs Once Again

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Charlie Kirk has had the last laugh. For years, Turning Point USA’s founder and executive director, has been owning the libs in spectacular fashion, just as he did when he put on his first pair of Pampers to own the … Continue reading

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In The News: Trump And Company Triggered Over Cleveland Baseball Name Change

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The brave warriors of the culture wars have found another reason to get triggered. Cleveland’s professional baseball team known as the Indians since 1915, are soon to change the moniker, and conservatives are not happy about it. The name change … Continue reading

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In The News: Nancy Pelosi Rejects Trump Ass-Kissing Senators From Jan. 6 Committee Investigation

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House minority leader Kevin McCarthy appointed Representatives Jim Jordan and Jim Banks to the January 06 insurrection probe. They were promptly rejected by House speaker Nancy Pelosi for their involvement in inciting conspiracy theories regarding the 2020 election. The probe … Continue reading

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In The News: Federal Judge Rules DACA Unconstitutional

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Last Friday, a federal U.S. District judge in Texas overturned the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program – commonly referred to as DACA – ruling it likely to be unconstitutional. DACA was enacted in 2012 by executive action rather than … Continue reading

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In The News: Democrats Flee Texas In Protest Of Alleged Election Reform Legislation

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House Democrats in the state of Texas have reportedly flown the coop Monday in an attempt to prevent the passing of alleged Republican voting reform legislation. “Today, House Democrats left the state and broke quorum to fight back against state … Continue reading

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In The News: FDA Warns Possible Link Of Neurological Disorder To Johnson And Johnson Vaccine

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The FDA announced Monday that there could be a possible link between the J&J vaccine and the neuro-disorder known as Guillain-Barre Syndrome. So far, prelim reports would seem to indicate that the autoimmune disease GBS, have been detected in at … Continue reading

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In The News: No Masks Required For Fully-Vaccinated Students Over Twelve, Says New CDC Guidance

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According to updated CDC guidelines, students above the age of twelve will not be required to wear masks during the new school year this fall if they are fully-vaccinated. However, as vaccines are not available for children below the age … Continue reading

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In The News: Lee Statue Comes Down In Charlottesville, Virginia

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The statue of Robert E. Lee, the treasonous general who led confederate soldiers against the Union in defense of slavery, was removed from its pedestal Saturday. Erected in 1924, it stood as a reminder that African Americans were no more … Continue reading

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In The News: President Biden Continues Vaccination Effort

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After falling short on his administration’s efforts to have at least more than half of the adult population of the U.S. partially-vaccinated by July 04, president Biden has continued the effort to reach millions who have yet to be vaccinated. … Continue reading

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