Monthly Archives: August 2021

In The News: House Select Committee Requests Trump Documents; Trump Rants On Twitter

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The House Select committee to investigate the January 06 Capitol riot by Trump supporters, requested documents  Wednesday. The request came in the form of a letter sent to the National Archives and Records Administration. The letter/document, by the Chair of … Continue reading

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News Short: With Looming Deadline, Evacuations Continue In Afghanistan

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As the U.S. government continues its evacuations from Afghanistan before the August 31 deadline, about 1500 still remain. Since the Taliban were able to seize control of the country in mid-August, approximately 4500 U.S. citizens have been safely evacuated from … Continue reading

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Liberals Cry Hysterically And Pull Their Hair Out Demanding Tucker Carlson Be Fired

On last night’s edition of Tucker Carlson Tonight, the host informed his viewers that America’s “self-described moral leaders” were denouncing him for pointing out the obvious. The obvious being that the Democratic party had such a powerful hold on not … Continue reading

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In The News: The Taliban Takes Kabul As Afghanistan Falls

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Thousands of people are desperate to leave Afghanistan after the city of Kabul has been taken over by the Taliban. The Afghan president, Ashraf Ghani has fled into hiding, and in the ensuing chaos a number of people are reported … Continue reading

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In the News: Anti-Vax Students Sue Indiana University Over Vaccine Mandate

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A group of students at the University of Indiana recently filed a complaint over the school’s oppressive, unconstitutional vaccine mandate. Justice Amy Coney-Barrett, who is the SC’s justice who oversees that regions emergency petitions, received a request from eight students … Continue reading

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In The News: Andrew Cuomo Steps Down

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Andrew Cuomo, the three-term governor of New York, announced Tuesday that he is resigning amid allegations of multiple counts of sexual misconduct. During the early days of the pandemic, he was seen by some as a hero for regular briefings … Continue reading

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How Krystal Ball And Other Anti-Lib Progressives Have Damaged The Left

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The Mueller report was released in 2018. From the introduction of the first volume: “The Russian government interfered in the 2016 presidential election in sweeping and systematic fashion. Evidence of Russian government operations began to surface in mid 2016. In … Continue reading

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U.S. Finally Hits 70% Vaccination Rate For Adults

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Despite a surge with the delta variant, the U.S. has finally reached its 70% vaccination rate for adults who have received one dose of the vaccines.  The Biden administration had hoped to reach it before the fourth of July holiday, … Continue reading

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In The News: Millions Face Eviction As Federal Moratorium Ends, While Congress Plays Blame Game

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Through no fault of their own, millions of Americans lost their jobs during a pandemic that was poorly mismanaged by the government. Many of those Americans received some economic and other relief through the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, and … Continue reading

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