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Even the Washington Post concedes Biden Admin favorite gun control lie is, in fact, a lie

02.18.24 | LET Guest Editorial

President Biden has repeated the claim often as he pushes again and again for more gun control. He began his campaign for the presidency in 2019 by calling firearm manufacturers “the enemy.”
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Two juveniles charged in Kansas City mass shooting that left one person dead and 22 others shot, including several children

02.18.24 | Sarah Akey News

A mass shooting following a Superbowl victory party left 22 people shot and one person killed in Kansas City, MO. Two teens have been charged.
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PA officer shot pursuing suspect wanted from another shooting incident; third Delaware County officer shot in 10 days

02.18.24 | Leah Anaya News

A Delaware County detective was shot Saturday following a pursuit with a man wanted in a separate shooting incident.
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Harvard professor whose research found no racial bias in police shootings forced to hire armed security after radical blowback

02.17.24 | Pat Droney Editorial

A Harvard economics professor, whose research showed no racial animus in police shootings, was forced to hire armed security to protect himself, family after receiving threats from radical leftists.
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Another one: Five-time deported illegal immigrant runs down, kills 10-year-old boy walking home from school, flees the scene

02.17.24 | Pat Droney News

A five-time deported illegal alien struck and killed a 10-year-old student walking home from school, then fled the scene...a scene that keeps repeating itself.
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Biden DOJ launches lawsuit against Tennessee for law criminalizing 'knowing' HIV exposure

02.17.24 | Matthew Holloway News

The Biden Department of Justice has announced a lawsuit against the state of Tennessee for the state's laws making the knowing spread of HIV through "Aggravated Prostitution" a Class 3 Felony with a violent sex offender registry.
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CT Republicans propose law forcing schools to tell parents about child's 'chosen pronouns'

02.17.24 | Pat Droney Editorial

Two laws proposed by CT Republicans would require schools to notify parents if their child selects self-identifying pronouns other than their biological sex, and would require student athletes to participate on teams only comprised of their biological sex.
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REVEALED: Eight non-government organizations are funneling illegal immigrants into America, using taxpayer dollars

02.17.24 | Matthew Holloway News

Multiple outlets have confirmed that these eight non-governmental organizations are working to funnel illegal immigrants into the U.S. and provide them aid and comfort after they arrive. Rep. Chip Roy (R-TX) is leading the charge to stop their funding in Congress.
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'Raising the flag': Iran claims to hold 'property rights' in Antarctica; plans South Pole base for 'military work but also scientific work'

02.17.24 | Matthew Holloway News

After publicly extolling the circumnavigation of an Iranian destroyer and a converted oil tanker, the Commander of Iran's Navy has claimed that Antarctica belongs to Tehran and plans to "raise the flag there," establishing a military and research base at the South Pole.
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Temporary influx of officers in crime-ridden Oakland sees nearly 150 stolen cars recovered, dozens of arrests

02.17.24 | Greg Hoyt News

The temporary influx of California Highway Patrol officers being dispatched throughout the Oakland area has seen significant results, with scores of stolen vehicles having been recovered since, alongside dozens of arrests.
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Why would a CBP doctor seek fentanyl lollipops for deployment to the U.N. General Assembly?

02.17.24 | Pat Droney News

Whistleblowers represented by the Government Accountability Project say Dr. Alexander Eastman, lead doctor at the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Customs and Border Protection, directed staff to procure fentanyl lollipops for possible deployment at the U.N. General Assembly last September. Eastman was unsuccessful and may now face a Congressional probe as a result of his efforts.
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Burn an American flag? No problem. Do a burnout on a 'pride mural' painted on the road? Get the book thrown at you.

02.17.24 | Noah Webster Opinion

Police in Delray, Florida spent a week investigating an incident where someone "blew donuts" on a pride "mural" painted on a roadway in the city, arresting a man for reckless driving, felony criminal mischief, and damage to property. Some want him charged with a "hate crime."
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Soros' firm set to take a major stake in American broadcast media

02.17.24 | Matthew Holloway Editorial

George Soros is set to take a major stake in the second-largest broadcast radio empire in the United States, setting the stage for a massive local political powerplay in 2024.
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Urgent alert: Biden DHS readying plans to 'mass release' illegal immigrants and criminals in the U.S.

02.15.24 | Matthew Holloway News

Immigration and Customs Enforcement under the Biden administration has circulated a report that it is planning the release of thousands of illegal immigrants due to a $700 million budget shortfall.
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Senate and House GOP Introduce bill to prevent use of VA Resources for illegal immigrants

02.15.24 | Matthew Holloway News

Senator Tommy Tuberville responded to reports that the Biden Administration has been providing health care services to illegal immigrants using the extremely limited and massively overextended resources of the Department of Veterans' Affairs.
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