July 20, 2024

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Hanson: The Left's fevered imagination about Trump
The Left’s “pathological hatred” of President Donald Trump and his supporters has “blinded them to the actual record of governance,” historian Victor Davis Hanson noted. Read More.
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‘Women for Trump’ cites heavy turnout of volunteers
The Trump 2020 campaign said that turnout at last week's “Women for Trump” events was double what had been anticipated and flies in the face of corporate media reports which claim that women are rejecting the president’s re-election effort. Read More.
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Mosul: From 15,000 Christians to 40; From 45 churches to 1
Before Islamic State (ISIS) unleashed its reign of terror in Iraq, there were 15,000 Christians in Mosul, the Muslim-majority nation’s third-largest city. By July of 2019, only about 40 Christians have returned to Mosul according to the Catholic charity Aid to the Church in Need. Read More.
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The RINO Mod Squad: And then there was one
Before there was the Squad, that wacky team of radical extremist Democrat superheroes in Congress led by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), the GOP had its Mod Squad, a group of “moderate” Republican senators who met once a week for lunch around the turn of the century. Former Sen. Lincoln Chafee (R-RI) confirmed that he would regularly get together with notorious RINO Sen. Arlen Specter (R-PA), Sen. Jim Jeffords (R-VT), and Sens. Olympia Snowe and Susan Collins of Maine in a spirit of non-conservative-elephant commiseration. Read More.
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Silicon Valley, like China, sets social media credit scores
Communist China has instituted a social credit system in which the country’s residents receive negative scores for such things as supporting the Falun Gong or Tibetan Buddhism, criticizing the government, and smoking or playing loud music on trains. Read More.
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Agency admits U.S. reactors defenseless against EMP attack
Nuclear plants in the United States are not prepared for an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack, the responsible federal agency said. Read More.
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'America's toughest sheriff' wants his job back
Joe Arpaio announced on Aug. 25, two years to the day that he was pardoned by President Donald Trump, that he is running again for sheriff of Maricopa County in Arizona. Read More.
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Judge rules taxpayers must pay for transgender surgeries
An Obama-appointed judge has determined that Wisconsin’s taxpayers are on the hook for sex reassignment surgery for some trans persons. Read More.
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Trump’s millions of murders – only on CNN
Is President Donald Trump really responsible for more deaths than both Adolf Hitler and Mao Zedong combined? If you were fortunate enough to catch a piece of televisual gold on CNN this weekend, you have the answer. According to Dr. Allen Frances, psychiatrist and former chair of psychiatry at Duke Medical: Yes. He clarified this to Brian Stelter, who, for the record, did not actually ask for clarification, by laying it all at the feet of climate change. Read More.
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Ratings for Seoul’s pro-North president head South
Even South Korea's "mainstream media" which has largely ignored a populist conservative revolt against President Moon Jae-In are reporting that he has squandered his political capital. Read More.
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DOJ: Feds arrested more Mexicans than Americans in 2018
Federal authorities in 2018 made more arrests of Mexican nationals living in the United States than arrests of American citizens, according to the Department of Justice. Read More.
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Analysis: Justice Ginsburg and haters of the late David Koch
Liberal icon Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg recently underwent three weeks of radiation treatment at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York after a cancerous tumor was discovered on her pancreas. Read More.
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Report confirms spikes in gun sales after mass shootings
Most mass shootings in the United States are followed by a surge in FBI background checks for gun purchases, according to a new study. Read More.
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Serious: Humorist in Iran gets 23-year prison sentence
Writer and satirist Kioomars Marzban has been sentenced to 23 years and nine months in prison by an Iranian Revolutionary Court which convicted him of charges including cooperation with the United States. Read More.
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Report: Chinese state media got orders on Hong Kong coverage
The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) have prohibited state-run propaganda outlets from publishing “any positive reports on the Hong Kong people’s appeals for democracy and freedom,” a report said. Read More.

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