June 13, 2024

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In first quarter of 2024, Ford lost $132,000 on each EV sold
Having sold just 10,000 electric vehicles (EVs) in the first quarter of 2024, Ford lost $132,000 for each EV it sold. Read More.
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Ron Paul: April 20, 2024 may have been final nail in the U.S. coffin
Ron Paul, the former longtime congressman from Texas, said historians looking for the final nail in the American coffin may point to April 20, 2024. Read More.
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Mar-a-Lago raid in focus: 'All roads lead back' to Hillary
Newly unredacted documents are bringing the FBI's raid on Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence into focus. And, like so much surrounding the weaponization of the feds against the 45th president, at the center of that focus is one Hillary Clinton, reports say. Read More.
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Catalyst for Trump's impeachment could be 'reluctant wintess for Biden's'
Eric Ciaramella, the so-called "whistleblower" credited for the Democrats' first impeachment of President Donald Trump, was "deeply involved in the political maneuverings behind Biden-family business schemes in Ukraine" that Trump wanted investigated, a report said. Read More.
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Small business pessimism? Biden has no clue about their world
If the economy is so good, why do small business leaders feel so bad? Read More.
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Where have all the patriots in the U.S. Senate gone?
The U.S. Senate on Tuesday passed the $95 billion foreign aid package for Israel, Ukraine and Taiwan ... with more than $60 billion of that pot of taxpayer money going to Ukraine. Read More.
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Author: United Nations eyeing largest-ever global power grab
This September, the United Nations will hold what it is calling "The Summit of the Future". The goal? "They want control of every aspect of your life." Read More.
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Soros solidifies hold on corrupted U.S. media outlets
George Soros is not trying to control the big-box media apparatus. He already controls it. Read More.
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South Korea warns: Regime termination if North uses nukes
If it attempts to use nuclear weapons, North Korea will see the end of its regime, South Korea’s Defense Ministry warned on April 23 after the North said it had conducted rocket drills simulating a nuclear counterattack. Read More.
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Eastman: 'No doubt in my mind' 2020 election was stolen
John Eastman, one of the many lawyers in President Donald Trump's contesting of the 2020 election results who have been targeted in the Democrats' lawfare campaign, said he still has "no doubt" that the election was stolen from Trump. Read More.
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FBI records show Fauci's NIAID funded Wuhan gain-of-function research
A government watchdog group announced on April 19 that it received records from the FBI in a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request that show an April 2020 email exchange with several officials in the bureau’s Newark Field Office referring to Dr. Anthony Fauci’s National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) grant to the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) in China as including “gain-of-function research” which “would leave no signature of purposeful human manipulation.” Read More.
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Legal observers: Trump trial not going well for prosecutors; But then again this is NYC
Legal observers who weren't following the narrative established by legacy media outlets were quick to point out how little, if anything, the prosecution in Donald Trump's hush money case has and how terribly they presented how little they had as the first witnesses took the stand on Monday and Tuesday. Read More.
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Selective prosecution: Justices grill Biden official
More than 300 Jan. 6 defendants, including former President Donald Trump, have been charged with violating 18 U.S.C. § 1512(c), which entails obstruction of an official proceeding. Read More.
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'Lost America's trust': NPR, leftist CEO reeling
National Public Radio (NPR) seems to be gunning for the train wreck hall of fame. Read More.
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WV middle school girls refuse to compete against biological male at track meet
One of the first shots in the fight against biological males competing in female athletic events was fired by a group of middle school girls in West Virginia. Read More.

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