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Judge: Republicans Will Likely Win Pennsylvania Election Lawsuit

By Ivan Pentchoukov, The Epoch Times The judge who ordered Pennsylvania to not certify the results of the 2020 election wrote in an opinion on...

Trump: Wayne County Canvassers Were Threatened, Harassed Over Votes

By Zachary Stieber, The Epoch Times The two Republicans who voted against certifying election results in Michigan on the night of Nov. 17 before reversing...

Republicans Have Good Reason Not To Trust The Election Results

By John Daniel Davidson, The Federalist To read reports in the mainstream press about the throngs of President Trump’s supporters who rallied in Washington, D.C.,...

Arizona Republican Party Files Lawsuit to Enforce Hand Count By Precinct

By Bronson Stocking, Townhall The Republican Party of Arizona has filed a lawsuit to enforce a state law requiring a hand count of votes by...

Is California in play?

By Andrea Widburg, The American Thinker On Sunday, Trump made a campaign stop in Newport Beach, California.  Republican presidential candidates don't usually bother to hold rallies...

Trumpistas: Latinos and the GOP

By Ernesto J. Antunez, The American Thinker Ferociously anti-Trump publications like The Atlantic have been sounding the alarm on the president's growing support among Latinos...

Ginsburg’s Death Raises the Election Stakes

By Daniel Greenfield, Frontpage Mag Anyone who thought that the election stakes had gotten as high as they were ever going to has been surprised...

Mark Kelly Apologizes For Making Racist Joke

By Alex Nester, Free Beacon Arizona Democratic Senate nominee Mark Kelly apologized Thursday after a video resurfaced of the former astronaut making a racist joke...
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Idaho Legislature Sets Sights on Wolf Extermination

By Lindsey Botts, Sierra Club Update: On May 6, Idaho Governor Brad Little signed wolf-killing bill SB1211 into law. With its passage, private contractors and...

Why are U.S. Lawmakers Taking an Unusual Step to Fight Horse Soring?

By Jeff Cota, American Farrier Journal More than 50 years after the Horse Protection Act of 1970 became law, soring continues to be a hot-button...

Animal Rights and the Deep State – The Canary in the Coal Mine

 I know that for a good many of my fellow citizens watching our world implode, it seems surreal and you might be left wondering...

The Inmates Are Running The Asylum – Jim Crow

I have always believed that truth through knowledge would always and forever overcome falsehoods, lies, half-truths and the disingenuous rhetoric of the Marxist left. However,...