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On Thursday, FBI Director Christopher Wray said during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing that payments given to Hunter Biden from China and other countries could be considered a “malign foreign influence” campaign. On Thursday night, all three evening network broadcasts ignored this admission from the FBI Director. Only Fox News Channel’s Special Report covered Wray’s comments. 
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Michael Ramirez Ramirez, who studied premed at the University of California, Irvine, originally considered journalism a hobby. But he was hooked when his first cartoon for the college newspaper, lampooning candidates for student office, had the student assembly demanding an apology. “Editorial cartoons should be smart and substantive, provocative and informative. They should stir passions
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In 2016, Dick Cheney supported Trump after previously expressing skepticism that he was a genuine conservative, even accusing him of sounding like a liberal Democrat. Heck, I understand why he was skeptical. I was skeptical of Trump back in 2016. Despite this past support, the former vice president cut a campaign attack for his daughter,
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Thursday’s CBS Mornings followed yet another segment extolling Kansas voters for defeating a pro-life referendum by similarly cheerleading leftist spending in Congress through the so-called “Inflation Reduction Act” and fretting that Senator Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) “could torpedo the whole plan.” “Well, a bill covering other big elements in the Biden agenda could be close to getting
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President Biden hosts a roundtable to garner support for Joe Manchin’s bill that shoves $80 billion taxpayer dollars into the IRS, hikes taxes on pretty much everyone, will push the nation deeper into recession, and spends hundreds of billions of dollars on non-performing Democrat-aligned pet projects. The event is scheduled to start at 1:45 p.m.
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I couldn’t pass it up, and I mean that quite literally. Someone dumped it right in the middle of my shortcut through the back of a neighborhood center. I had two choices: hit it head-on or stop to investigate. Closer examination revealed a unique piece of furniture — a child-size, solid wood combination five-drawer dresser
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What’s the worst, most simplistic way to attack Senate Republicans? If you’re a journalist at CNN, you suggest GOP members are “anti-veteran.” Discussing the new toxic exposure bipartisan bill traveling through the House and the Senate, on Tuesday’s CNN Newsroom with Ana Cabrera, the host interviewed liberal activist Jon Stewart. This new bill, according to
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A Democrat running for the House of Representatives ripped his own party’s push for “no-cash” bail in New York during a Wednesday Fox News appearance. “There’s definitely a causal relationship to this and the stats do not lie,” former Democratic Rep. Max Rose of New York, who is running against former foe Republican Rep. Nicole
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Taking cues – intellectual, ideological, political – from celebrities is never a good idea. Talent rarely equals insight. Take Demi Lovato. Her recent fascination has been the wild world of gender pronouns, as she has recently switched back to a ‘she/her’ from a ‘they/them’ because “she is ‘feeling more feminine’,” as reported by Yahoo News August
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Across the pond, Brits are demanding their next prime minister do something to reduce the U.K.’s notorious cancer death rates. But here in the U.S., Democrats are doing the opposite. They’re pushing for European-style price controls on drugs that will slow cancer cures and lead to more deaths. Americans enjoy the highest cancer survival rates
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Amid the welcome news that a recent U.S. drone strike had eliminated al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri, ABC’s Good Morning America and NBC’s Today provided welcome pushback Tuesday to the Biden administration’s attempted victory lap by pressing National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan on the fact that last August’s disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan allowed Zawahiri to live
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Radio personality and Michigan Republican gubernatorial candidate Tudor Dixon won her state’s GOP primary Tuesday, according to multiple election forecasters, and will face Democratic Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer in November. Dixon will face Gov. Whitmer on Nov. 8 in the Michigan gubernatorial election. Dixon defeated four other candidates including businessman Ryan Kelley, chiropractor Garrett Soldano,
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On Tuesday, the mainstream media, desperately trying to cling to the narrative that the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade was a game changer for the 2022 midterms, happily reported that the Supreme Court’s approval ratings amongst Democrats reached a historic low of 13% in the latest Gallup poll. “The approval rating of the
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Michael Ramirez Ramirez, who studied premed at the University of California, Irvine, originally considered journalism a hobby. But he was hooked when his first cartoon for the college newspaper, lampooning candidates for student office, had the student assembly demanding an apology. “Editorial cartoons should be smart and substantive, provocative and informative. They should stir passions
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