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By: Donald J. Trump LeBron James should focus on basketball rather than presiding over the destruction of…
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OK now they're just messin' with us.
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The United Nations on Tuesday voted to elect notorious human rights abusers Iran and China to the international body's commission on women's rights.
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Former President Donald Trump unloaded on NBA star LeBron James on Thursday after James tweeted out a photo this week targeting a police officer who saved
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‘If the officer hadn’t done what he did, I think we’d have two girls dead,’ the neighbor said.
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Twitter is remaining mum over whether a controversial tweet by NBA superstar LeBron James violated its policies, since the tweet has been taken down.
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The radicalism of young progressives is jarring to the elderly liberals who did the hard work of clearing God and Christianity out of the way, mainstreaming the redefinition of marriage, and championing abortion.
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Democrats sue to block

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PHOENIX (AP) — The Arizona Democratic Party and the sole Democrat on the Maricopa...
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Who invented Bitcoin? London High Court allows Australia Wright to claim Bitcoin copyright
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A Chicago murder suspect connected to the killing of a 7-year-old girl was shot by police officers multiple times Thursday during an attempted carjacking on a busy freeway in rush hour traffic, authorities said. 
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As Democrats push to expand the federal government’s purview over elections, President Joe Biden has named a former Justice Department official to be a White
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The United Nations on Tuesday voted to elect notorious human rights abusers Iran and China to the international body's commission on women's rights.
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A suspect has been arrested after seven people were injured in a stabbing incident at an asylum-seekers centre in the Netherlands.
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WASHINGTON, DC—John Kerry, the President Biden’s Envoy for Climate, suggested in an interview today that the federal government should impose taxes on breathing to fight climate change. “The science is very clear on this: breathing is the number one driver of man-made climate change,” Kerry said,
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For the past 30 years, the global approach to climate policy has been making grand promises and later mostly failing to live up to them. At his World Leaders Climate Summit, President Biden promise…
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Former President Donald Trump slammed NBA star LeBron James on Thursday for an inflammatory tweet about the Ohio cop who shot and killed 16-year-old Ma’Khia Bryant. “LeBron James should focus…
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UN Watch is calling on U.S. Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield and EU states to condemn the UN's election of Iran to a 4-year term on its Commission on the Status of Women, the "principal global intergovernmental body exclusively dedicated to the promotion of gender equality and the empowerment of w
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The Daily Fodder is a news website focused on news, nothing more.
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Climate change is real and human-caused - but rabid hyperbole scares us witless, and in our panic we make expensive but poor policy choices
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'Tucker Carlson Tonight' host discusses the results of the Derek Chauvin trial, and analyses how eliminating policing would hurt the United States.
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While corporations are leading our government by the nose, small business is more often an unwilling victim, pleading to survive their rulers.
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Michigan law allows the state’s legislature to bypass having a direct vote of the people on a referendum and enact it as their own.
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The Washington Examiner obtained an internal email from Politico telling reporters to not call the border crisis a crisis. “Avoid referring to the present situation as a crisis, although we may quote others using that language while providing context. While the sharp increase in the arrival of unaccompanied minors is a problem for border officials, a political challenge for […]
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In Thursday's edition of Fox Nation's "Final Thoughts," Tomi Lahren blasted liberal mainstream media outlets who omitted key details or pushed false narratives in their coverage of Tuesday's fatal police shooting of a Black teenager in Columbus, Ohio.
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