Caitlyn Jenner is running for governor of California in recall election
Former Olympic decathlete, reality TV star, and transgender activist Caitlyn Jenner is running for governor of California. Read More.
EXCLUSIVE: 700 Venezuelans Cross into West Texas Border Town in Seven Days
A law enforcement source, speaking on a condition of anonymity, reported the illegal entry of 106 Venezuelan nationals south of Del Rio, Texas, on Thursday. Read More.
Pornography In Schools: Teachers Suffering In Fearful Silence
On March 29th, I published a piece about graphic sexual content being used in high school English classrooms in Leander Independent School District, just outside of Austin, Texas. Read More.
New California Law Could Put Male Serial Rapists Into Women’s Prisons
On January 1, California’s SB-132, which mandates housing prisoners according to their gender identity, took effect. Since then, 261 transfer requests have been made under the law — nearly all men seeking transfers to women’s prisons. Read More.
Portland Protesters Vandalize Youth Charity
Protesters caused $20,000 in damage to a Portland youth charity building during a protest for racial justice on Monday night. Read More.
Xi Jinping Promotes ‘Green Belt and Road’ at Biden Climate Summit
Chinese dictator Xi Jinping used his appearance Thursday morning at the Biden administration’s Leaders Summit on Climate to promote China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), a debt trap program in which China offers predatory loans to developing countries in exchange for helping build infrastructure. Read More.
Jim Jordan: Republicans Consistently Condemn Violence While Democrats Pay Bail for Rioters and Looters
Ranking Member of the House Judiciary Committee Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH), during a committee markup Tuesday, ripped Democrats for “raising bail for the rioters and looters” while Republicans have consistently condemned any type of violence. ​​​​​​​ Read More.
Mark McCloskey — gun-wielding St. Louis attorney who confronted BLM protesters outside his home — considering Senate run
Mark McCloskey — the gun-toting St. Louis personal injury attorney who, along with his wife, Patricia, famously confronted Black Lives Matter protesters outside of their home last year — is reportedly considering a run for U.S. Senate in Missouri. Read More.
JUST IN: House Democrats Unanimously Vote to Defeat Republican Resolution to Censure Maxine Waters
Democrats unanimously voted to defeat a Republican resolution to censure Maxine Waters after she incited violence. Read More.
Former Virginia Tech Soccer Player Alleges Coach Forced Her Off Team After Standing For National Anthem
A former NCAA Division I soccer player filed a lawsuit against her former coach for allegedly engaging in a “campaign of abuse and retaliation” after she refused to kneel during the national anthem. Read More.
Israeli Military Officials Unite in Opposition to Biden Admin’s Iran Deal
A group of more than 2,000 former high-ranking Israeli military, law enforcement, and intelligence community officials are warning the Biden administration against inking a new nuclear deal with Iran, saying the rush to negotiate with Iran directly endangers Israel and its newfound Arab allies. Read More.
Nolte: Blue Cities Will Continue to Burn Until Media, Democrats Condemn Riots
Cities populated and governed by Democrats will continue to burn until Democrats and the media reverse course, until they stop making rioting socially acceptable and start, without any reservations, condemning it. Read More.
Hawley introduces bill to trust-bust Big Tech
Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) on Monday introduced new legislation he says will "bust up" Big Tech companies, including Amazon and Google, by breaking up tech companies and strictly regulating what types of industries they can be involved with. Read More.
Inflammatory rhetoric and political conspiracies: Maxine Waters is the House's worst offender
Democrats have continued to paint first-term Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene as representative of the Republican Party. Read More.
Nolte: Journalists Dox, Intimidate Paramedic Who Contributed $10 to Rittenhouse Defense Fund
A Utah paramedic who contributed ten dollars to a defense fund for Kyle Rittenhouse is now the victim of a media terror campaign. Read More.
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