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Amidst the dark cloud of the GOP’s 2020 election defeat, many post-mortems pointed to a silver lining, the substantial growth of GOP support among working-class minorities and immigrants. In something of a tell, this growth was often heralded in outlets normally quite hostile to the GOP and its interests. “The GOP is really assembling the
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The mass murders by a shooter at a supermarket in Buffalo inspired the New York Times to push liberal politics. Not gun control, which would be ridiculous enough, but in an even more malign direction, accusing mainstream Republicans of aiding deadly racism like the killer and his manifesto on “replacement theory.” Times reporters Shane Goldmacher and
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On Tuesday, CNSNews blog editor Craig Bannister reported: “‘The real president is whoever controls the teleprompter,’ billionaire and Tesla CEO Elon Musk said in an interview published Monday.” Bannister explained: “Musk made the observation in an interview with the ‘All In’ podcast, joking with the show’s hosts about President Joe Biden’s apparent need to take
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My first introduction to Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R-N.C.) was when he delivered a speech at the 2020 Republican National Convention. He was a candidate for Congress, and I wasn’t following his race. My first thought was, “Who is this kid?” The wheelchair-bound Cawthorn was just 25 years old at the time, yet delivered one of
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On Tuesday, the prosecution and defense teams in special counsel John Durham’s trial against former Clinton campaign attorney Michael Sussmann delivered opening arguments. Sussmann is charged with making false statements to the FBI. During opening arguments, prosecutors revealed that Sussmann used the FBI to create an October surprise during the 2016 presidential election against then-candidate
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MERIDIAN, IDAHO — Kleiner Park is an all-American, family-friendly gathering place west of Boise with 60 acres of greenery, trails, ponds, outdoor performance facilities, picnic shelters, and children’s swings and slides. Two weeks ago, I enjoyed a visit there with several hundred freedom activists gathered to support GOP Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin’s gubernatorial bid. The
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The Biden administration is expected to soon announce it would ease sanctions on Venezuelan oil amid the ongoing energy crisis, several media outlets reported. The federal government will ease “some” of the energy sanctions on Venezuela, two senior administration officials told CNN. In addition, U.S. oil corporation Chevron will be allowed to enter into negotiations
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Karine Jean-Pierre has officially taken over for Circle-Back Girl as White House press secretary. As expected, the liberals gushed over the ground-breaking, glass-ceiling-shattering, history-making Black Lesbian Woman™ who will be the Biden administration’s chief propaganda pusher until she’s ready to make more money at a liberal news network. “Karine Jean-Pierre held her first briefing as
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Progressive prosecutors are leading their cities and states into unconstitutional waters. San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin looks on during a news conference on May 10, 2022. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) “Republicans, the police union, and the ultra-wealthy are banding together” to recall San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin according to the pro-Boudin group
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Whether as quietist retreat or gnostic withdrawal, the political allure of cryptocurrencies doesn’t seem to stand up to the hard forces of reality. A decade ago, I briefly dated a woman who dreamed of ending the nation-state. She popped prosecco first thing in the morning, and smoked two packs a day. More alluring still, she’d
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Tesla CEO Elon Musk praised Netflix after the streaming platform made a surprising statement about employment at the company. Yahoo! Finance reported that Musk complimented Netflix’s decision that updated its guidelines and included a new section titled “Artistic Expression.” The section warned employees that those who were unable to tolerate its diverse content should find
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It wasn’t but a few days ago that I explained how I’m generally against boycotts. It’s true. They don’t work. Even a successful boycott of a company for political reasons is likely also to generate business for the company from other people out of spite. It happens on both sides. And there are, of course,
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Several economists slammed a Democratic proposal making its way through Congress that would enable energy price controls amid record high fuel costs. Such a policy, which prohibits private companies from increasing prices regardless of market conditions, would have catastrophic consequences including energy supply shortages and increased inflation, the economists argued in a series of interviews
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The leak of the Supreme Court draft ruling on Roe v. Wade has ignited a cultural firestorm. While the Supreme Court has yet to make a final decision, destructive protests — many of which are targeted at pro-life Americans — have already begun. At least one pro-life clinic was vandalized, social media feeds are choked
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