January 31, 2023

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Loretta Lynch testified she was out of loop on Trump probe
The FBI operated essentially with no guidance from the Department of Justice in its now-debunked investigation of the Trump campaign, newly-released documents show. Read More.
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Baltimore under aerial surveillance in 'experiment'
Baltimore police on Friday launched what the city's police commissioner described as an aerial surveillance "experiment" which records the movements of everyone in the city during the day. Read More.
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Trade Adviser blisters CCP: Dismantled 'beautiful economy'
President Donald Trump “built the most powerful and beautiful economy in the world in three years,” and “the Chinese Communist Party took it down in 60 days,” White House trade adviser Peter Navarro charged on Sunday. Read More.
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Stanford, other U.S. universities still partner with China institute
Stanford University, the University of Kentucky and Colorado State University are just a few of the dozens of U.S. colleges and universities which have continued their partnerships with communist China's Confucius Institute despite increasing controversy about the program. Read More.
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Strzok and Page rewrote FBI agent's Flynn interview report
Disgraced FBI agent Peter Strzok heavily edited another agent's report on the bureau's interview with Michael Flynn and even allowed his "non-badge wearing" lover, FBI lawyer Lisa Page, to review it and make editing suggestions, newly released documents show. Read More.
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Unreported: Experts at Johns Hopkins war-gamed a pandemic
As we continue to look at the medical "experts" who have assumed unprecedented control over Americans' lives during the coronavirus crisis we see once again a tight network closely aligned to the forces of globalism, population control and leftist political politics. Read More.
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German intelligence: China pressed WHO to stall on virus
Chinese supreme leader Xi Jinping made a personal plea to the director-general of the World Health Organization (WHO) to delay the release of critical information regarding the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak, German intelligence reported. Read More.
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Illinois governor: Until 'we can eradicate' virus, no normalcy
While most other states are in various phases of reopening amid the coronavirus crisis, Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker has essentially banned the reopening of schools, barbershops, salons, gyms, bars and restaurants and other "non-essential" businesses until there is either a vaccine, herd immunity, or an “effectively and widely available treatment.” Read More.
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There's a problem with trusting the experts: They lie
Why should we unequivocally trust scientists as so many major media talking heads insist? Read More.
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Michigan state police deployed against 77-year-old barber
Officials in Michigan deployed state police to shut down a barbershop after its owner had reopened for business on May 4 in defiance of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's coronavirus lockdown order. Read More.
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Trump echoes GOP warning on California special election
Democrats are attempting to rig Tuesday's special election in California's 25th Congressional District, top Republicans, including President Donald Trump, said. Read More.
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No, China does not have the U.S. economy over a barrel
Anytime China is brought up in mainstream dialogue, the general messaging tends to be as follows: China is an adversary and a problem, we know they lie, break laws, and outright steal from the U.S. and its companies. Read More.
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Documents put Barack Obama in the loop on Russia-Flynn
Documents released Thursday in the Department of Justice's motion to dismiss the case against Michael Flynn show that President Barack Obama was aware of the details of Flynn's intercepted December 2016 phone calls with then-Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak. Read More.
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After Brexit fail, former UK PM backs China, jabs Trump
Former UK Prime Minister Theresa May emerged in a major column calling for moral equivalence in dealing with the U.S. and China. Read More.
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U.S. judge: Massachusetts can't close gun stores
A U.S. District judge ordered the reopening of gun stores in Massachusetts effective at noon on Saturday, May 9. Read More.

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