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Andrew Cuomo Defends Fredo’s PR Assist: ‘I Go To Journalists for Advice All the Time’

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo defended having his CNN-anchor brother take part in strategy sessions regarding the sexual assault allegations leveled against him. “I had conversations with my brother. I always have conversations with my brother because he’s my brother and he’s my best friend,” Andrew Cuomo said when asked...

Rick Santorum Blasts CNN After Being Canceled for ‘Telling the Truth’

Former Sen. Rick Santorum, R-Pa., blasted CNN for giving in to cancel culture after the network fired him because of “insensitive” comments he made about Native Americans. Santorum, who has been a conservative commentator on CNN for the past four years, was speaking to a conservative youth organization last month...

Romney Becomes 1st GOP Sen. to Support Dems’ Jan. 6 Commission

Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, became the first Republican senator on Monday to voice support for the Democrats’ push to create a Jan. 6 investigative commission. The House passed a bill last week to create the commission, which would investigate the mostly peaceful pro-Trump uprising at the US Capitol. However, it...

Rand Paul Slams Bloodthirsty ‘C-List’ Celebs After Suspicious Package Sent to His Home

Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., blasted “C-list celebrities” for putting a target on his family’s back after a suspicious package containing white powder was sent to his home on Monday night, along with a disturbing threat of violence. I got the death threat letter and called the FBI. This kind of...

NBA Explains Why Anti-Cop Lebron James Got Special Treatment

(Headline USA) The NBA has taken heavy criticism for not punishing Los Angeles Lakers superstar Lebron James after he violated the league's COVID rules, but now the basketball league is speaking out. Controversy erupted after James was seen at an event with hip-hop artist Drake and actor Michael B. Jordan,...

Grand Jury Indicts Ex-UCLA Doctor on 21 Sexual Abuse Counts

(Associated Press) A grand jury indicted a former gynecologist at the University of California, Los Angeles on 21 counts of sexual abuse offenses Monday in a case where he is accused of sexually assaulting seven women, court documents say. Dr. James Heaps faces multiple counts each of sexual battery by...

Leftists Dangle Court-Packing Threat to Sway SCOTUS Abortion Case

Senate Democrats are using the Supreme Court’s decision to take up a case about state abortion restrictions to re-up their threats to pack the court if the justices rule in a way leftists don’t like. The Supreme Court’s conservative majority agreed to hear a case regarding a Mississippi law that...

Rand Paul: ‘Profound Repercussions’ Coming from Federal Spending Spree

Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., warned that Americans must "wake up" to the "profound repercussions" that the federal government's unparalleled spending spree will have on the dollar, The Stream reported. Paul, a long-standing deficit hawk, said on Fox Business' Cavuto: Coast to Coast that Congress and the Federal Reserve have created...

Texas AG Claims Big Win in Lawsuit over Biden’s Attempted Deportation Freeze

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton successfully blocked President Joe Biden's administration from implementing a 100-day moratorium on deportations, Just the News reported. "This is a big win for Texas and the nation," Paxton said in response. "It sends a clear message to the Biden Administration that they will not be...

San Francisco on Track to Break Record for Most Drug-Overdose Deaths in a Year

After electing a district attorney who vowed not to prosecute “quality of life crimes,” such as drug possession, San Francisco is on track to break the record for the most drug overdoses in a year. More than 621 people have died in San Francisco from drug overdoses thus far this...

Michigan Audit Advocate Vows to Unveil ‘Incredible New Evidence’ from Antrim County

The Michigan resident pushing for an audit of Antrim County’s 2020 presidential election results vowed last week to reveal “incredible new evidence” of voter fraud in his next court appeal.  Bill Bailey, a Central Lake Township resident, told supporters he plans pursue “multiple fronts” of litigation even after 13th Circuit...

Union Boss Slammed For Claiming Work-From-Home Teachers Are ‘Tired’

Randi Weingarten, the president of the nation’s largest teachers union, was slammed for complaining this weekend that public school teachers who have been working from home for the past year have too much on their plates. Weingarten, head of the American Federation of Teachers, was reacting in a recent interview...
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