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'Fact checkers' gaslight: claim meme contrasting Trump persecution, student loan forgiveness 'misrepresents' the fraud case

04.11.24 | Pat Droney Opinion

AFP, a "fact-checking" website, gaslights the issue of a meme comparing the New York civil trial against former President Trump with Biden's student loan forgiveness scheme; we shred their argument.
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San Diego leader: 125,000+ illegal immigrants have been released into America without proper vetting

04.11.24 | Jenna Curren News

San Diego streets are being inundated with illegal immigrants who have not been properly vetted; taking over the San Diego Airport as they await flights to other destinations.
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Colorado kowtows to far-left 'physician's' group, bans use of term 'excited delirium' in yet another attack on law enforcement

04.11.24 | Pat Droney Opinion

Colorado became the second state to ban the use of the term "excited delirium" to describe the conduct of subjects who are injured or die while in police custody, following the lead of a far-left physicians group that routinely uses Hamas talking points in anti-Israel screeds.
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Mayor Eric Adams defends NYPD's social media strategy as they blast misleading news reports

04.11.24 | Eddie Killian News

Mayor Eric Adams has staunchly defended admin at the New York Police Department for their recent combative social media posts aimed at critics and reporters.
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Texas farmers in battle with USDA, which is allocating aid based on "race and gender"

04.11.24 | Eddie Killian News

White farmers in Texas, represented by the nonprofit legal firm called the Southeastern Legal Foundation, are taking legal action against the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
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Failed Democrat policy blamed for death of four-year-old boy in the name of 'Keeping Families Together'

04.09.24 | Sarah Akey Opinion

Washington State's "Keeping Families Together Act" is encountering irreversible consequences for children being left in dangerous situations due to new guidelines on removal from their unsafe homes/parents.
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'Miscarriage of justice': Indy leaders angered over Elliahs Dorsey sentencing in murder of Officer Leath

04.09.24 | Eddie Killian News

The Indianapolis community is in uproar following the controversial sentencing of Elliahs Dorsey, who was convicted of the 2020 killing of Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) officer Breann Leath.
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Chicago mayor pens letter to Biden, fighting for work permits for all 'undocumented immigrants'

04.09.24 | Jenna Curren News

Chicago mayor wants the Biden administration to allow work permits for all undocumented immigrants, including those who are in this country illegally.
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Is Massachusetts hospital risking babies health to be more "racially equitable"?

04.09.24 | Eddie Killian Analysis

Attempting to rectify "significant racial and ethnic inequities" linked with substance abuse disorder, Mass General Brigham, a leading hospital network in Massachusetts, has made sweeping changes to its policies concerning babies born addicted to drugs.
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Colombian gang leader captured in Texas highlights concerns over open border policies

04.09.24 | Eddie Killian News

The arrest of Aderbiss Pirela, a high-ranking member of the Colombian gang Los Satanás in Texas has reignited debates surrounding U.S. border policies.
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Illegal immigrant charged with horrific sex crime against a youth was released by police, despite a detainer request from ICE

04.09.24 | Jenna Curren News

ERO Boston has successfully arrested a Colombian illegal immigrant months after he was arrested and released from local law enforcement, despite a detainer being filed by ICE.
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'No more freeloading': County tells buses they will be fined $1K per passenger if they try and drop off illegal immigrants

04.09.24 | Jenna Curren News

Douglas County, CO is ensuring that bus companies know they are not a sanctuary city by passing an ordinance that will fine up to $1,000 per commercial passenger for unplanned drop-offs.
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Seattle police staffing levels at lowest in 30 years, with many officers eligible to retire and others looking to transfer

04.09.24 | Jenna Curren News

The Seattle Police Department is currently operating with less than 500 officers on patrol.
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Trove of whistleblower documents about 'Project Thor' released: Did America arm the enemy AGAIN?

04.07.24 | LET Guest Editorial

There’s a sense of déjà vu all over again when it comes to the federal government shutting down efforts to put a halt to Mexican gun-running schemes.
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'What country is this?' DOJ's dangerous 'red flag' distribution center will target Americans

04.06.24 | LET Guest Editorial

The Department of Justice (DOJ) is embarking on a dangerous journey to distribute the destruction of rights by creating a “one-stop-shop” for states to deny Due Process rights to citizens.
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