Politics

Chinese Millionaire Becomes Second-Largest Foreign Owner of US Farmland
Chinese millionaire and CCP member, Chen Tianqiao, has become the second-largest foreign owner of farmland in the United States. The co-founder of Shanda Interactive Entertainment purchased 200,000 acr ... Read More.
Hunter Biden Agrees to Private Deposition as Subpoena Battle Heats Up
In response to the fact that the President’s son defined earlier subpoenas in December, Hunter Biden has now consented to take a deposition in front of legislators in a private setting. A resolution th ... Read More.
Democrats Criticize President Biden's Unilateral Military Operation in Yemen
Following President Joe Biden’s failure to obtain congressional permission before to the U.S. military bombing operation in Yemen, some Democratic members of Congress criticized Biden on Thursday. Seve ... Read More.
House Freedom Caucus Slams Speaker Johnson's Spending Deal: "Total Failure" or Costly Compromise?
The House Freedom Caucus, a conservative group, strongly criticized House Speaker Mike Johnson’s proposed spending deal with Senate Democrats. They labeled it a “total failure,” asserting that the pote ... Read More.
Bill Clinton's "First-Ever Email" Recipient From Presidential Center Post Sparks Controversy with Overwhelming Response
On Monday, the Clinton Presidential Center removed a social media post that inquired about the recipient of former President Bill Clinton’s “first-ever email” after an overwhelming number of people rep ... Read More.
Congresswoman Boebert: Denying Allegations of Domestic Dispute While Police Investigate
Representative Lauren Boebert (R-CO) firmly denied the reports suggesting that she struck her ex-husband in the kisser. However, it is important to note that the Colorado police are currently investiga ... Watch Now.
Wayne LaPierre, Long-Time Face of NRA, Announces Departure from Second Amendment Advocacy
On January 5, Wayne LaPierre, who has been the public face of the National Rifle Association (NRA) for a very long time, made the announcement that he would be leaving the organization that advocates f ... Read More.
Epstein Records: Bill Clinton Mentioned Many Times; Victim Claims Former President Even Had A Label
On Wednesday, records pertaining to the late serial sex offender Jeffrey Epstein included many references to former president Bill Clinton. One of Epstein’s victims said that Epstein had told her, “Cli ... Read More.
Biden's Approval Rating Hits Historic Low: Over 70% Disapprove of Inflation Management and Job Record
During an appearance on ABC’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve Live show, President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden made a compelling statement, emphasizing that the United States has the potential to lead t ... Read More.
Lauren Boebert Blames Hollywood: The Battle for Control of Her Congressional District
Rep. Lauren Boebert has attributed her decision to switch congressional districts to the influence of Hollywood. Boebert expressed her intention to take action against influential figures in the entert ... Read More.
REPORT: Bill Clinton Identified as "John Doe 36" in Upcoming Epstein Court Documents: What Does It Mean?
Former President Bill Clinton is expected to be identified as “John Doe 36” in court documents related to Jeffrey Epstein. These documents, part of a lawsuit by Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre, mentio ... Watch Now.
Former President Trump Slams Ohio Governor for Vetoing Transgender Medical Treatment Ban
Saturday, former president Trump blasted Republican Ohio governor Mike DeWine for vetoing a bill that would have banned transgender kids from receiving gender-affirming medical treatment. Former Presi ... Read More.
Pentagon Arms Ukraine with $250 Million Worth of Weaponry to Counter Russian Advances in Donetsk
The Pentagon has decided to allocate up to $250 million worth of weaponry to Ukraine, drawing from its own reserves. This assistance includes artillery ammunition and anti-tank weapons, which will aid ... Read More.
CIA Faces Lawsuit Over COVID-19 Investigation: Whistleblower Alleges Incentives to Alter Conclusions
The CIA is facing a lawsuit from a group associated with the Heritage Foundation. The lawsuit is centered around the disclosure of records related to the agency’s investigation into COVID-19. The legal ... Read More.
Ukraine's Bold Claim: New York Times in Kremlin's Pocket?
Russian secret services allegedly hire New York Times journalists covering the Russia-Ukraine conflict, according to Kiev’s information warfare agency. The state-run Center for Countering Disinformatio ... Read More.

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