June 03, 2020

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Online fact-checker Wikipedia censors conservative news
Google, Twitter and Facebook continue to rely on Wikipedia for information in their services. But Wikipedia is not a reliable source. That doesn't need to be fact-checked. It's well established. Read More.
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'Out of town people' blamed for George Floyd riots
As the girlfriend of George Floyd called for calm in Minneapolis after a third night of protests saw businesses torched and looted, conservative commentator Candace Owens blasted the leftist media for attempting to incite "a race war." Read More.
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N. Korean ties to bloody Gwanju uprising suppressed in South
Details about what happened in Gwangju, South Korea from May 18 through May 27, 1980, remain elusive four decades later. Read More.
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Foreign interests are corrupting U.S. universities; States must act
Recent revelations of U.S. professors serving as foreign agents for China has raised serious questions about just who is paying for access to the minds of America’s youth and established a renewed focus on how foreign funding is corrupting higher education. Read More.
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Netflix: Yes, Clinton did spend time on Epstein's 'Orgy Island'
Former President Bill Clinton hung out with Jeffrey Epstein on the wealthy pedophile's Caribbean island where underage girls were allegedly sexually abused, according to a Netflix documentary. Read More.
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Intel chief Grenell outed Obama holdovers, 'political people'
In just three months as acting Director of National Intelligence, Richard Grenell ripped the lid off machinations at top levels of the Department of Justice and the FBI which have confirmed for many observers the existence of the "Deep State". Read More.
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This year the flu killed 176 children, coronavirus 3
According to recent statistics from the federal government’s own health bureaucracies, this season’s flu has killed 176 children. The coronavirus, in comparison, has been attributed to the deaths of three children. Read More.
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Sen. Hawley: Why does Twitter fact-check president but not CCP?
In a letter to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, a Republican senator questioned why the social media company should continue to receive legal immunity after editorializing President Donald Trump’s tweets. Read More.
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Abortion deemed 'essential' by UN coronavirus-response plan
The United Nations is capitalizing on the coronavirus to promote sexual and reproductive health services — including abortion — by classifying them as “essential” healthcare in pandemic recovery efforts. Read More.
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Gut check: House allows proxy votes for first time ever
The U.S. House of Representatives on May 27, for the first time in its 231-year history, allowed vote by proxy. Read More.
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Analyst sees war clouds over Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea
Domestic and international pressures resulting from the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) requirement to affirm its internal dictatorship, subordinate Asian countries and supplant the global authority of the United States, are creating conditions for kinetic conflict. Read More.
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'Mask fascists'? Virginia's governor makes masks mandatory
Just days after he was seen strolling the beach without a mask, and not practicing social distancing by posing for close-up selfies, Virginia Democrat Gov. Ralph Northam made it mandatory for the state's residents to wear face masks nearly all the time for the forseeable future. Read More.
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Cozy ties helped China infiltrate universities nationwide
Communist China's growing influence on U.S. college and university campuses has raised major alarm bells in recent years. Read More.
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New book on Epstein reveals new evidence
In a new book, the brother of Jeffrey Epstein raises new doubts about the wealthy pedophile's alleged jail cell suicide. Read More.
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Twitter's integrity chief was never-Trumper
President Donald Trump said Twitter is "now interfering" in the 2020 presidential election after the social media platform "fact-checked" one of his tweets on the potential for massive fraud via the use of vote-by-mail. Read More.

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