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Embattled Baltimore State’s Attorney tries to leverage the power of the U.S. government to silence a tough media critic

    The Baltimore State’s Attorney’s Office (SAO) recently filed a complaint with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) against a local Fox affiliate, claiming the network was on a racist “crusade” against State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby.   Quick Facts   The Baltimore State’s Attorney’s Office (SAO) has requested that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) launch...

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U.S. cities are facing a mass exodus of police officers, even as violent crime soars

    Amidst growing anti-police sentiment and calls to slash police budgets, officers are turning in their badges at an alarming rate, leaving cities understaffed and crime rates increasing exponentially.   Quick Facts   The union representing the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police Department reported earlier this week that 313 officers have left the department in...

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No, having a baby is not going to destroy the Earth

    At one time, it was expected that most people would get married and settle down to raise a family, but times have changed for even as birth rates have dropped below replacement levels, some are asking if it is even morally permissible to have children.   Quick Facts   On April 25, British...

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D.C. officials crack down on joy and happiness even while many U.S. states start lifting COVID restrictions

    The Twitterati let loose this week with a myriad of “Footloose” and Baptist jokes after Washington D.C. mayor Muriel Bowser announced that dancing at weddings has been banned in the Capital of the Free World  — even as many states began easing or even completely lifting COVID restrictions.   Quick Facts   The...

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USA Today allows Stacey Abrams to edit her previously published op-ed when Georgia starts feeling boycott pain

    In a stunning episode of media assistance to Democrats, USA Today allowed Stacey Abrams to edit her already published op-ed to make it appear as if she always staunchly opposed the Georgia boycotts, not even including an editor’s note explaining her changes for two weeks.   Quick Facts   Stacey Abrams wrote her...

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IRS data shows that Democrats — not Republicans — are now the party of the rich

    Republicans often get accused of favoring big business, but data recently released by the Internal Revenue Service shows that a large majority of those making $500,000 or more actually vote Democrat.   Quick Facts   Data shows that 65 percent of taxpayers with a household income of $500,000 or more were in Democratic...

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Fed-up Californians have collected more than enough signatures to recall Gov. Gavin Newsom

    Californians have made their displeasure with Gov. Gavin Newsom clear and have now secured more than the required number of signatures needed to launch a recall election of their governor for only the second time in California’s history.   Quick Facts   Recall organizers secured 1.6 million signatures, 100,000 more than necessary. Newsom...

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Black conservative leaders strongly refute the Democrat narrative that voter ID requirements are racist

    While Democrats claim that voter ID laws are racist and President Joe Biden even went so far as to refer to Georgia’s new election reform law as “Jim Crow on steroids,” many strong and independent black leaders are standing up against those accusations.   Quick Facts   North Carolina Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson described...

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The Death of Debate: How Woke Ideology Is Debasing Our Language and Distorting Our Discourse

        How do sweet potatoes reinforce systemic racism in America today?   That’s a curious question that no sane person has ever contemplated, but we’re not living in a sane age.   We’re living in the Age of Woke, where commitment to rational inquiry itself has been maligned as a mental crime...

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With their latest actions, governors in Michigan and Kentucky are ruling like monarchs, not elected representatives

    In a move of bureaucratic tyranny, the Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA) is considering imposing permanent COVID restrictions on Michigan businesses, while Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear has imposed a target vaccination requirement before he will open the state.   Quick Facts   Michigan’s rules would require that businesses enforce mask mandates,...

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