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Nat’l Prayer Breakfast Snubs Longtime Christian Organizers in Favor of Swamp

(Headline USA) In another sign that the Marxist-sympathizing Biden administration is deliberately slouching toward Gomorrah, President Joe Biden and other top elected officials snubbed the longtime Christian organizers of the National Prayer Breakfast in favor of a new Swamp-based foundation dedicated solely to putting on the annual event. The breakfast...

Hunter Biden Implicates Himself w/ Bizarre Legal Attempt to Change Laptop Narrative

(Mark Pellin, Headline USA) After years of disingenuous dissembling, Hunter Biden finally came clean and admitted ownership of the contents from the infamous laptop that he abandoned at a Delaware repair shop and has led to multiple investigations of his and the Biden clan’s dubious personal connections and shady...

Dems Try to Ban MAGA Reps from Leading Pledge in U.S. House

(Mark Pellin, Headline USA) What should have been a simple and unifying amendment put forth by Republicans in the U.S. House devolved into a partisan sniping venture by demagoguing Democrats who tried to ban America First GOP representatives from leading the Pledge of Allegiance. At the outset of a meeting to...

Lawmakers Claim Dems Pressured DirecTV to De-Platform Newsmax, Conservative Media

(Mark Pellin, Headline USA) In a subversive plot to undermine the First Amendment, U.S. House Democrats pressured media network providers to de-platform conservative voices, and in at least two cases were successful in their efforts, according to top-ranking Republican lawmakers. AT&T’s controversial decision to drop the Right-leaning Newsmax channel from its...

Bill Seeks to Cap Pay for Diversity Employees at Defense Department

(Brett Rowland, The Center Square) Two Republican Congressmen have filed legislation that would limit the pay of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion employees at the Department of Defense to that of front-line soldiers. U.S. Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., introduced legislation Wednesday that would cap the amount of compensation for Diversity, Equity and...

Boris Johnson to Congress: Don’t Fear Escalation When Sending Arms to Ukraine

(Philip Wegmann, RealClear Wire) A year ago, Boris Johnson made people jittery by reporting that Vladimir Putin threatened to fire a missile at him in the run-up to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. He apparently is no longer worried. Johnson is no longer prime minister of the U.K., and this week...

20 State AGs Issue Warning to Walgreens, CVS on Mailing Abortion Pills

(The Center Square) – Republican Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey and 19 other attorneys general are warning Walgreens and CVS pharmacies that any plans to mail abortion-inducing pills is illegal and unsafe. “As the principal legal and law enforcement officers of our 20 states, we offer you these thoughts on...

N.Y. University System Holds Diplomas Hostage to Force Students to Take DEISJ Course

(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) One of the Left's largest indoctrination centers, the 64-campus State University of New York college system, decided to brainwash its students even more by mandating to incoming freshmen at all of its colleges that they won't be able to get a diploma unless they pass...

Democrats Want States of Emergencies to Address Gun Violence

(Tom Gantert, The Center Square) Government officials across the country are looking at gun violence state of emergencies as a way to address crime within their cities. In Philadelphia, candidates for mayor held a debate Jan. 19 focused solely on gun violence. "On my very first day, I am enacting a state...

Wyoming Aims to Allocate Resources to Fund Border Wall

(The Center Square) – Republican lawmakers in Wyoming are advancing legislation that would appropriate more than $5 million toward border security efforts in Texas, Arizona and Florida. SF0166, “Border wall and sanctuary city transport,” was filed by Republican state Sen. Larry Hicks, with Sens. Dave Kinskey, John Kolb and Cheri...

Mississippi Moves on Bill to Allow Schools to Arm Workers

(Steve Wilson, The Center Square) Against a key deadline in the Mississippi legislature on Tuesday, the Senate Education Committee advanced several bills that are now headed for a full chamber vote. The committee approved a measure that would allow armed educators and staff in schools. Another would provide extra funding for...

Big Philanthropy Advances as a Big Player in the Private Funding of Public Elections

(Steve Miller, RealClearInvestigations) Echoing the private financing of public elections that critics saw as heavily favoring Democrats in 2020, some of America’s richest foundations are pouring money into a similar effort again, in the face of more organized conservative resistance.  A nonprofit group called the Audacious Project---whose supporters include the...
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