February 09, 2023

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Hanson: 'As general rule,' truth is now opposite of media narrative
"As a general rule, when the New York Times, the Washington Post, National Public Radio, Public Broadcasting Service, NBC, CBS, ABC, MSNBC, and CNN begin to parrot a narrative, the truth often is found in simply believing just the opposite." Read More.
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Desperation in Hong Kong: 'Heaven eradicate' the CCP
Amid the coronavirus crisis, pro-democracy demonstrators are flooding the streets in Hong Kong to fight for their freedom. Meanwhile, politicians in the United States are seen as fighting to take freedom away from Americans. Read More.
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Sacrifice caused America to happen
About all I can think about on this Memorial Day weekend is Sacrifice. Something very rare these days. A seldom-used term in "Progressive" and "Woke" America. Read More.
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Xi Jinping said using virus crisis to crack down on Hong Kong
Police fired tear gas and water cannon at thousands of Hong Kong pro-democracy demonstrators who gathered on Sunday to protest China's new security law which bans what the communist regime terms “treason, secession, sedition [and] subversion” in Hong Kong. Read More.
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McEnany hits press corps with questions they won't ask
During Friday’s press briefing, White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany included a slideshow of questions about “Obamagate” that she said major media outlets have failed to ask. Read More.
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DOJ releases Strzok's email that launched Crossfire Hurricane
Judicial Watch via a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the Department of Justice forced the declassification and release of the “electronic communication” used by the FBI to launch the Obama administration’s spying operation on the 2016 Trump campaign. Read More.
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Fauci pushes vaccines, waffles on locking down population
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the champion of the coronavirus lockdown, appears to have had a change of heart when it comes to extended stay-at-home orders. But he is adamant on the subject of vaccines. Read More.
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NY Times Pulitzer winner backs Biden's racist comment
In a now-deleted tweet, New York Times Pulitzer Prize winner Nikole Hannah-Jones wrote: “There is a basic difference between being politically black and racially black. I am not defending anyone, but we all know this and should stop pretending that we don’t.” Read More.
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Michigan's twin tyrants wage war with sexual politics
As presumptive Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden vows to have a female running mate, Michigan is giving us all a horrifying look at what electing women merely because they are women and not because of their qualifications leads to: a tyranny of feelings, ballooning senses of moral superiority, out-of-place emotion and, quite frankly, insanity. Read More.
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Putin signs law allowing voting by mail, Internet
Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed into law a new measure that allows elections at all levels and referendums to be conducted by mail and via the Internet, according to the Kremlin's website. Read More.
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Plan 'to get' Flynn preceded Russian phone call
The Obama administration's targeting of Michael Flynn was a last-ditch effort by a group of officials who never dreamed they would ever need a last-ditch effort, radio host Rush Limbaugh noted. Read More.
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'CYA' memo by Rice instead implicated President Obama
Fifteen minutes after President Donald Trump was sworn in on Jan. 20, 2017, outgoing Obama national security adviser Susan Rice penned the Cover Your Ass (CYA) memo to herself which essentially documented the scandal Trump refers to as "Obamagate," analysts say. Read More.
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S. Korean president impeached based on disputed media report
An article in the May 8 edition of WorldTribune [Allegations of fraud in South Korean elections called warning on new voting technologies] attracted widespread attention in South Korea. Read More.
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Pastor: 'God tells us how to worship', not state of Maryland
In defiance of Gov. Larry Hogan's cornavirus lockdown order, a Maryland pastor ripped up an order threatening him with a $5,000 fine if he continued to hold in-person services. Read More.
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How Democrat governors are doing starting with Gov. Cuomo
On Wednesday, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo attempted to blame President Donald Trump for the thousands of coronavirus deaths in the state's nursing homes. Read More.

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