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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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Ex-wife of officer who stopped mass shooting sets up GoFundMe... to use his heroism to advance her music career

02.15.24 | Pat Droney Opinion

A mass-casualty incident at a church in suburban Houston was avoided when two off-duty police officers shot the suspect dead before she had the chance to kill scores of people. Now, the ex-wife of one of the officers is using the incident to raise funds to support her aspiring country music career, while also begging for money for their daughter's soccer, college funds.
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Illegal immigrant who assaulted NYPD officers arrested AGAIN for robbery

02.15.24 | Matthew Holloway News

A nineteen-year-old illegal immigrant previously arrested for his part in the brutal beating of two NYPD officers in early February was arrested again suspected of robbing a Queens Macy's.
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Attacks on NYPD escalate shattering records amidst rising anti-police sentiment

02.15.24 | Matthew Holloway News

The violence against NYPD officers has reportedly reached "epidemic" proportions according to statistics revealed in a Sunday report from The New York Post. New York PBA officials and officers on the street are expressing alarm.
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The crisis deepens: Anti-climbing border wall deployed in San Diego

02.15.24 | Matthew Holloway Analysis

A new style of border wall equipped with anti-climbing measures has been deployed at the Mexican border in San Diego at the site of Friendship Park, an area once open to both nations as a sign of amity, now closed off due to rampant illegal immigration.
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Vermont State's Attorney arrested, charged with DUI, sends insulting email to law enforcement leaders

02.14.24 | Matthew Holloway News

A Vermont State's Attorney is under heavy criticism after arriving at a crime scene allegedly intoxicated, refusing sobriety tests leading to her arrest and arraignment, and firing off an "extremely unprofessional" email to law enforcement leaders.
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Report: 77% say their interaction with police was a positive experience

02.14.24 | Leonard Sipes Analysis

It’s safe to say, based on polling data, that the great majority of the 54 million yearly police-citizen contacts, interactions were mostly positive which almost seems almost impossible considering the nature of the job.
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California congresswoman calls For MASSIVE increase in minimum wage

02.14.24 | Matthew Holloway Editorial

Amidst a debate between two Democrat members of Congress and the sole Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate in California, the prospect of increasing the minimum wage came up.
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NSSF: Yes, prosecuting and arresting criminals would have immediate impact on D.C.’s crime

02.14.24 | LET Guest Editorial

Murders in Washington, D.C., reached record highs not seen in two decades in 2023 as 274 innocent lives were taken by criminals. That tragic mark was 36 percent higher than the previous year and the city has only surpassed 200 homicides a total of three times in the past 20 years.
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Two Tribes: Tohono O'odham lands used to traffic illegal immigrants, drugs; Blackfoot tribe in Montana flooded with fentanyl

02.14.24 | Matthew Holloway Analysis

A team from NBC News explored the flood of cartel-supplied fentanyl and methamphetamines that are exploding throughout the Blackfoot Reservation in Montana, overwhelming the extremely limited tribal and federal law enforcement.
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Las Cruces patrol officer fatally stabbed by criminal with long, violent history

02.14.24 | Matthew Holloway News

A felon with a lengthy criminal history fatally stabbed Las Cruces patrol Officer Jonah Hernandez before being himself shot and killed by a good Samaritan. LCPD Chief Jeremy Story laid heavy criticism on the New Mexico justice system for his death calling it an "agonizing reminder of the brokenness of the New Mexico criminal justice system."
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'Here it comes': China-backed hackers 'Volt Typhoon' targeting U.S. critical infrastructure via outdated switches

02.13.24 | Matthew Holloway News

Chinese-backed hacker group "Volt Typhoon" was identified by federal authorities after infiltrating residential and small business networking equipment in order to eventually target U.S. critical infrastructure.
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HISTORIC: In-N-Out closes first location EVER in Oakland, citing 'ongoing issues with crime'

02.13.24 | Matthew Holloway News

The latest business to close in beleaguered Oakland, CA is In-N-Out, marking the first such closure in the company's 75-year history. The company said in a statement that "Customers and Associates are regularly victimized by car break-ins, property damage, theft, and armed robberies."
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