January 31, 2023

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NYC conservatiave talk radio legend Barry Farber, 90
Barry Farber, one of the true pioneers of talk radio, passed away on May 6. He was 90. Read More.
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'I have immunity': Sen. Rand Paul says he's only safe person in DC
Sen. Rand Paul, the only member of Congress's upper chamber known to have contracted COVID-19, returned to Capitol Hill on Monday without the piece of equipment that has become a symbol of the pandemic — the face mask. Read More.
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Tara Reade's ex-husband is 7th to back details of allegation
Tara Reade had told her ex-husband that she experienced sexual harassment at work in Joe Biden’s Senate office, a 1996 court document shows. Read More.
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Win by Left in Korea called warning on new voting tech
Suspicions of election fraud arose last month after South Korea’s general election, a report said. Read More.
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DNI tells Schiff: Release Russia probe transcripts or I will
Transcripts of all 53 witnesses who testified before the House Intelligence Committee as part of the Russia investigation have been cleared for public release, Directer of National Intelligence Richard Grenell said. Read More.
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DOJ targeted Trump team months after dossier discredited
Several months after headline-generating claims in the Democratic Party-financed dossier had lost credibility with investigators, then-Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein authorized special counsel Robert Mueller to target four Trump associates, a newly released memo shows. Read More.
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2 of 3 NYC hospital admissions for virus had stayed home
Most of New York's new coronavirus hospitalizations are people who have been sheltering at home, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said on May 6. The news is the latest blow to the models and the health "experts" that have guided the nation's economy into freefall. Read More.
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Churches in Maine, Kentucky sue governors after DOJ statement
The Department of Justice has paved the way for more places of worship to sue governors who ban in-person services. Read More.
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Study: Second wave of virus spread nationwide from NYC
A second wave of coronavirus infections was spread throughout the U.S. by travelers leaving New York City before stay-at-home orders were imposed, according to findings from scientists. Read More.
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Pushing the public's panic buttons: CBS caught in the act
From CBS being caught arranging a fake scene at a COVID-19 testing site in Michigan, to a reporter in Florida who seemed to believe people catch the virus one day and die the next, more and more phony media reports amid the pandemic are being exposed. Read More.
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No lockdown in Syria as conflict that killed 500,000 continues
Syria’s devastating conflict continues despite the spread of coronavirus and calls by the international community for a ceasefire to stop the fighting which has continued for over nine years and killed more than 500,000 people. Read More.
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Texas woman stands her ground: ‘Feeding my kids is not selfish’
The owner of a Dallas salon who said she had to keep her business open in order to feed her children has been sentenced to seven days in jail for defying the state's coronavirus lockdown order. Read More.
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'New normal here to stay'? Not here in America, columnist says
"The standard in America is not and will not be this 'new normal.' The standard in America is freedom, erring on the side of individual rights not government dictates." Read More.
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Cops test positive after arresting infected, twice-deported illegal
Two Culpeper, Virginia police officers have tested positive for coronavirus several days after arresting a twice-deported illegal immigrant who also tested positive for the virus, a report said. Read More.
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Report: Lockdowns could allow rebound in tuberculosis infections
Coronavirus lockdown orders may lead to a worldwide rebound in tuberculosis infections, the effects of which could persist for years, new research showed. Read More.

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