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Supreme Court to hear college affirmative action case with far-reaching implications

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The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday will hear a case on whether to continue to allow racial preferences to be used in college admissions. “That would be a sea change in American ...

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Judicial Watch lawsuit battles states extending election day by two weeks

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A federal court rejected a motion by the Democratic Party of Illinois to intervene as a defendant in our lawsuit challenging an Illinois election law permitting mail-in ballots to be received as long as ...

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Vast majority of Americans still support helping Ukraine

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A whopping 71 percent of Americans support sending military aid, money, or a combination of both to help Ukraine fight against Russia.  The poll comes as some Republican leaders, including minority leader ...

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FBI asks court for 66 years to reveal laptop contents of murdered Democrat staffer Seth Rich

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When Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich was inexplicably murdered on a Washington DC street, conspiracy theorists alleged his laptop contained information damaging to Hillary Clinton and the 2016 presidential campaign. The ...

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Home mortgage rates rise above 7%

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Mortgage rates have hit a two-decade high rising above 7 percent. The milestone comes as the U.S. housing market continues to tank with more buyers choosing to wait out the recession and ...

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U.S. has just 25 days of emergency diesel after stockpiles depleted

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The United States has just 25 days of diesel supply available in an emergency. The revelation comes as a top White House official declared the stockpile levels to be “unacceptably low.” The ...

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National test scores in math and reading plummet following lockdowns

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The lockdown of schools during the pandemic has taken a heavy toll on the nation’s students and their test scores. Math scores saw their largest decreases ever, while reading scores dropped to ...

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Police warn of Fentanyl Halloween candy this year

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Parents are encouraged to be extra vigilant if their children go trick-or-treating this year because of the fentanyl crisis. From Florida to Oregon, warnings about candy are going out from law enforcement, ...

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Kanye West loses Adidas over his antisemitic remarks

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Adidas has ended its relationship with Kanye West over his recent offensive and antisemitic remarks. The German sportwear company said that, while the move would hit its bottom line, it was the ...

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John Ashcroft defends law enforcement at Springfield event

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John Ashcroft, former Missouri governor, senator and U.S. attorney general, spoke about the importance of law enforcement and the rule of law as an entity in our culture at a Back the ...

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Missouri attorney general joins investigation of six woke banks

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Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt has joined 18 other state attorneys general to investigate six major banks involved with the environment, social and governance investing movement. Kansas is also one of the ...

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Proposed constitutional amendment would protect parental rights

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Parental rights came to the forefront during the pandemic and are expected to play a significant role in the upcoming midterm elections. Earlier this week, Rep. Debbie Lesko, R-Ariz., introduced a constitutional ...

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Judge blocks Biden school debt bailout plan

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In a blow to the Biden administration, a court has blocked a controversial plan to put taxpayers on the hook for school loans. The 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals granted an ...

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Questions grow over Chase Bank canceling account of religious non-profit

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There are growing calls to investigate why Chase Bank shut down a nonprofit promoting religious freedom. The company has been “secret” about it’s corporate-level decision which affects former Religious Freedom Ambassador Sam ...

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Coach Tony Dungy speak at National Right to Life March

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Former NFL Coach Tony Dungy will speak at  “Next Steps: Marching Forward in a Post-Roe America”– the nation’s pro-life march in Washington D.C. The march is organized by the National Right to ...

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Statue of Missouri’s Harry Truman unveiled in U.S. Capitol rotunda

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A statue of the president from Missouri now graces the U.S. Capitol. Clifton Truman Daniel, grandson of Harry Truman, unveiled the statue recently. “My grandfather was a modest man,” he said. “And ...

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Shift away from Democrats by black voters could affect Senate races

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Support for Democrats among black voters is dropping, according to a new CNN poll, and it could affect this year’s elections. “Look, they’re still getting 74 percent support in the pre-election polling ...

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Troubled economy has hurt churches, slight majority of Protestant pastors say

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Just more than half of Protestant pastors in the United States believe current economy is having a negative impact on their churches, a new survey from Lifeway Research found. By contrast, just ...

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NATO will launch B-52 Bomber nuclear drills Monday

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NATO said on Friday it would launch its annual nuclear exercise “Steadfast Noon” on Monday, with up to 60 aircraft taking part in training flights over Belgium, the North Sea and Britain ...

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YouTube host Alex Jones must pay $1 billion for Sandy Hook comments

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Self-described “entertainer” Alex Jones has been ordered to pay almost $1 billion to families of victims of a mass shooting in Connecticut. The Oct. 12 jury verdict concluded Jones, the controversial InfoWars ...

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Sam Brownback questions why Chase bank closed account of his religious freedom foundation

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Chase bank unexpectedly closed the account of a religious freedom organization led by Sam Brownback, a former Kansas governor and senator. The National Committee for Religious Freedom, a 501(c)4 political action nonprofit ...

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Christian leaders respond to vice president’s latest comments about abortion and faith

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Christian leaders are taking issue with Vice President Kamala Harris’s recent comments that Americans do not have to “abandon their faith” to support abortion rights. “I say this, one does not have ...

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Conservative states are home to greater income equality, better education, census data show

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The more conservative the state, the greater the income equality, according to “The Daily Wire’s” analysis of new census data. New York, Connecticut and California have the biggest gulf between rich and poor, while ...

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Supreme Court rules against counting late Pennsylvania mail-in ballots

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The Supreme Court on Tuesday vacated an appeals court decision that required Pennsylvania to count mail-in ballots even if there is no date on the envelope. “The judgment is vacated, and the case is remanded ...

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PayPal stocks plunge after saying it will fine ‘misinformation’

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Share prices for PayPal dropped more than 5% on Monday morning after a report from The Daily Wire highlighted the firm’s attempt to fine users $2,500 for spreading “misinformation” through the platform. The financial services ...

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