A government auditor is looking for clarification after reports revealed that Attorney General Merrick Garland’s son-in-law, Xan Tanner, is the co-founder of a company promoting critical race theory in schools.
The head of the Chicago Police Union, called on members to defy the city’s request to report their COVID-19 vaccination status by Friday or be placed on leave without pay. In late August, Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced that all city of Chicago employees would be required to be vaccinated against the coronavirus. As of Oct. 15th.
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The results of the special election for the Iowa House of Representatives held on Oct. 12th are clear, with Republican Jon Dunwell winning, flipping Newton District held by Democrats for years. According to unofficial results, Dunwell won nearly 60 percent of the vote, while Democrat Steve Mullen received 40.2 percent.
A federal judge issued a temporary restraining order (TRO) against United Airlines on Wednesday, preventing the company from imposing vaccine mandates on any of its employees in a nationwide class action lawsuit.
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A lecture at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) by University of Chicago professor and guest speaker, Dorian Abbot has been canceled because some campus activist groups were outraged that he was a guest. The lecture is now being hosted by Princeton University and thousands of people have signed up to attend.
A Wyoming high school student who believes the mandatory gag rule violates her constitutional rights was arrested on trespassing charges after she refused to leave campus last Thursday. The 16-year-old junior at Laramie High School in Laramie, Grace Smith was handcuffed and taken to jail after a 90-minute schoolwide … Read more
A Navy nuclear engineer with access to military secrets has been accused of trying to pass information about the design of a nuclear-powered submarine to someone he thought was a representative of a foreign government. It was instead an undercover FBI agent, the Justice Department said on Oct. 10th.
Federal Judge Paul Maloney denied a request to block Michigan State University’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate on the grounds of natural immunity on Oct. 8. Jeanna Norris, who works at Michigan State University, challenged the school’s vaccine requirement on the grounds that she had been injected with COVID-19 and had recovered. After … Read more
A bipartisan group of lawmakers will introduce new legislation to stop people who promote international corruption, responding to the Pandora Papers investigation. Lawmakers pointed to the findings that highlighted how world leaders, powerful politicians, billionaires, and others have used offshore accounts to shield assets collectively worth trillions of dollars over the past quarter-century.
President Joe Biden’s former Border Patrol chief Rodney Scott confirmed that under the Biden administration, American taxpayers are still paying millions of dollars a day to contractors instead of building a wall at the border.
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Despite receiving tax relief through the Coronavirus Assistance Relief and Economic Security Act also known as CARES act, some of the nation’s top utility providers cut off power to customers across the country, according to a new report.
The Institute for Strategic Studies of Military Schools (IRSEM), a military academy under the French Ministry of Defense, has released an analysis titled "China’s (CCP) Influence Operations. It reveals in detail the little-known secrets of the Chinese Communist army’s known as the "Three warfares."
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The Department of Justice has been ranting and raving about the First Amendment, threatening to investigate and prosecute parents who protest against school boards and teachers who insist on indoctrinating children in critical race theory favored by Democrats.
Whistleblower Frances Haugen, a former employee of the tech giant, Facebook testified before the Senate Subcommittee on Consumer Protection, Product Safety, and Data Security. Haugen had worked as a lead product manager for Facebook’s civic misinformation team, and discussed with the Senate the company’s internal practices, with a special emphasis on the ways that these practices disproportionately affect children.
Andrew Yang published a blog post on his website on Monday, announcing he was leaving the Democratic Party to become an Independent. He declared that he has been a staunch Democrat for the past two decades.
U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai delivered a speech on Oct. 4th announcing four approaches to the Biden administration’s trade policy toward China. She emphasized the need for the Chinese Communist Party to implement the first phase of the U.S.-China trade agreement. She also said “most importantly, we must defend our economic interests to the fullest extent."
The immune systems of a majority of people who were infected with the virus will continue to carry antibodies against the virus for at least 12 months, according to a peer-reviewed study accepted by the European Journal of Immunology on Sept. 24th.
A county in North Carolina is instituting a policy that could see teachers, or staff fired if they push that the Founding Fathers were not heroes, if they undermine the Constitution or if they promote that racism is endemic in America.
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A self-described pro-life Democrat, Sen. Joe Manchin affirmed that the massive spending bill to fund President Joe Biden’s economic agenda must include the Hyde Amendment, which prohibits federal funding for abortion, to gain his support. That put congressional Democrats’ plans to expand Medicaid on ice. He told National Review on Wednesday the amendment must be included in the $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill or he will not vote for it.
Inspector General Michael Horowitz with the Department of Justice issued a report on the FBI’s applications to surveil American citizens, finding “widespread” failure that “raises serious questions.” He reviewed around 7,000 … Read more