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Republicans dash Democrat hope of taking Texas House seat

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In a narrowly divided Congress, every seat counts. A north Texas seat will remain red after a runoff to fill a vacancy. Two Republican candidates will advance to a runoff as the ...

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Kamala Harris tells ABC News America is not a ‘racist country’

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In a surprising admission, Vice President Kamala Harris has confirmed that America is not racist. Her comments on ABC News contradict much of the current media narrative that is driven by groups ...

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Abortions after heartbeat detected banned by new Oklahoma law

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New laws in Oklahoma will prohibit abortions if a heartbeat is detected in the baby and suspend the medical licenses of doctors who perform an abortion. Republican Gov. Kevin Still signed the ...

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Republicans blast critical race theory as ‘divisive’ in letter to education secretary

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Republican Reps. Doug Lamborn of Colorado and Jeff Duncan of South Carolina have expressed their concern about teaching critical race theory in a letter to Education Secretary Miguel Cardona. “Civics and history ...

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Sen. Tim Scott attacked by left for speech on faith, race, election reform in response to Biden

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Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina was mocked in the media and is being attacked by the left after his response to the 100-day speech by President Joe Biden. But what did ...

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Biden administration defends Israel, rejects ‘apartheid’ label

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In a move that some had doubts would happen, the Biden administration this week defended Israel by rejecting a one-sided report that labeled the Middle East’s only democracy as an “apartheid state.”  ...

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Kansas, Missouri attorneys general act to protect energy independence

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Attorney General Derek Schmidt of Kansas and Eric Schmitt of Missouri have joined with other states in a letter demanding that the federal government abandon ill-defined “social cost” standards of carbon emissions ...

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Alaska state rep. banned from airline over mask rules

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An Alaska State Rep. has been banned from an airline over mask rules. Sen. Lora Reinbold says she was not informed personally of the ban by Alaska Airlines but read about it ...

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California validates enough signatures to force recall of Gov. Newsom

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The vote to recall California Governor Gavin Newsom has cleared a huge hurdle this week. California’s Secretary of State Shirley Weber announced the validation of the 1,495,709 petition signatures needed to trigger ...

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Religious liberty, other values ‘under attack’ in Biden’s first 100 days, says Tony Perkins

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Life, family, and religious freedom have been under assault during President Biden’s first 100 days in office, said Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council. “At the 100-day mark of the ...

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Republicans call Kerry security leaks to Iran ‘disgusting,’ ‘criminal’

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More Republicans are calling for the resignation of John Kerry, the Biden administration’s climate czar. In an explosive report published over the weekend, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif revealed Kerry had ...

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We ‘went too far’ says Canadian premier as lockdown measures enrage public

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After Canadians responded with outrage in response to recent draconian lockdown measures, a top Canadian official is apologizing and admitting to government overreach. We ‘went too far,” admitted Ontario Premier Doug Ford ...

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Missouri Congressman Jason Smith to visit Mar-a-Lago as he considers Senate run

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Missouri Congressman Jason Smith, who is considering a campaign for the U.S. Senate, will hold a fundraiser at Mar-a-Lago later this month. The invitation lists Gov. Mike Parson, South Dakota Gov. Kristi ...

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Biden wins praise, condemnation for Turkey genocide declaration

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President Joe Biden has won praise from Armenian groups who have long sought the U.S. to declare actions by the Ottoman Empire-the predecessor to Turkey in the early 20th century–as genocide. But ...

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Senate candidates Greitens, Schmitt tied in polls

The two declared Republican candidates for the U.S. Senate in 2022 are in a dead heat, according to a recent Remington/MO Scout poll. If the primary election were held today, 40 percent ...

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Pat Robertson issues call to action against extreme liberal agenda in Washington

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Pat Robertson, the founder of CBN, warned on “The 700 Club” this week that Democrats in Washington have launched an aggressive campaign on multiple fronts in a blatant power grab that’s designed ...

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Missouri considers providing greater choice in public education

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Education bills pending in the Missouri Legislature address charter school expansion, public funding of private schools and homeschooling. The effort comes as the state nears banning the New York Times’ uber-controversial 1619 ...

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Arizona begins recount of 2 million 2020 election ballots

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Maricopa County, Arizona is recounting ballots for the 2020 election. The hand audit of more than 2 million was scheduled to have begun Friday. Materials and equipment, including 385 tabulators, were delivered ...

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Home Depot targeted for boycott after saying it will stay out of Georgia politics

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Georgia Governor Brian Kemp is defending Home Depot from a boycott organized by Georgia church leaders. Kemp said the group is made up of political partisans who have made untrue representations about ...

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St. Louis attorney who defended home from protestors may run for U.S. Senate

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The St. Louis attorney who made national headlines last summer for using a gun to defend his home from protestors is thinking about running for the U.S. Senate next year. “I can ...

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House votes to limit travel bans on terrorist-prone nations

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Prioritized by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Democrats passed a bill limiting a president’s authority to issue travel bans on individuals entering the U.S. The action was in response to President Donald Trump ...

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Viewers turn off Oscars when actors talk politics

In a piece published Sunday, the New York Times writes that viewers of the Academy Awards show turn it off in droves when politics are discussed. The startlingly truthful revelation came from ...

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Trump focused on mid-terms, looking at 2024

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Former President Donald Trump is focused on taking back the House and Senate next year’s mid-terms while keeping his options open for 2024. His comments come as President Joe Biden suffers disastrous ...

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Capitol police officer died of natural causes: Chief Medical Examiner

The Washington Post reports that Capitol Hill police officer Brian Sicknick died from natural causes resulting from two strokes according to Washington DC’s Chief Medical Examiner.The conclusion was released on Monday and contradicts ...

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Biden to cover 80% of world with ‘Do Not Travel’ warning

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The Department of State will significantly increase the number of countries on its “Do Not Travel” advisory list to include 130 nations even as more people become vaccinated and Covid rates drop. ...

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