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Former Chinese general owns 200 square miles in Texas next to Air Force Base
A Chinese firm run by a former officer in the People’s Liberation Army has purchased 130,000 acres of land in Texas which is situated near one of the busiest Air Force pilot training bases in the nation, an analyst said. Read More.
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Report: U.S. intelligence ‘suppressed dissenting views’ on Covid origin
The U.S. intelligence community relied on “outside” experts who without evidence insisted Covid-19 jumped from animals to humans and “suppressed dissenting views” on the origins of the virus, a report from Republicans on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence said. Read More.
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Arizona AG: Team Biden rules cut ‘detainers’ for immigrant criminals by 75 percent
On the same day that mounted Border Patrol agents captured 32 illegal aliens decked out in camouflage clothing near the Arizona-New Mexico state line, an Arizona state official warned that U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials are targeting 75 percent fewer criminal illegals after having their hands tied by Biden administration policies. Read More.
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800 percent increase in fentanyl crossing Texas border: Fort Worth police cite 'alarming number' of deaths
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said that Team Biden's open border policies are allowing cartels to easily move drugs into the United States, including massive amounts of fentanyl, a synthetic opioid that is 80-100 times stronger than morphine. Read More.
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New U.S. strategy called for in ‘multipolar nuclear world’
The United States must change its outdated strategy on nuclear conflict, an analyst said. Read More.
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Pipeline supplying East Coast still closed: FBI blames cyber-crime gang in Russia
The FBI alleges that the Russian-based cyber-crime operation DarkSide is responsible for shutting down the Colonial Pipeline, which delivers nearly half of the U.S. East Coast's fuel supply. Read More.
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U.S. Army Gen. Townsend warns China desires ‘network of bases around the globe’
China’s power projection ambitions include “a network of bases around the globe…[including] the Atlantic coast of Africa,” said United States Army Gen. Stephen Townsend, Commander, United States Africa Command (AFRICOM). Read More.
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Report: FBI relied heavily on leftist’s video at Jan. 6 protest
Video taken by a Black Lives Matter supporter who entered the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 has been used extensively by the FBI to identify and arrest protesters the bureau alleges were involved in the breach of the Capitol building. Read More.
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What about Hunter? Giuliani raid, Fleet Street revive interest in a laptop that has never gone away
The Hunter Biden laptop has been thrust back into the public spotlight. Read More.
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‘Dept. of Injustice’: Giuliani reveals FBI spied on his calls with President Trump in 2019
The FBI covertly spied on the Apple iCloud account of Rudy Giuliani in late 2019 when the former New York City mayor was representing President Donald Trump during House impeachment proceedings, Giuliani said. Read More.
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China expanding nuclear arsenal faster than expected, DIA says
Communist China is rapidly building up its arsenal of nuclear weapons and is on pace to double its stockpile of nuclear warheads by 2030, the director of the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) said on Thursday. Read More.
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Feds seize Giuliani's devices, refuse to take Hunter Biden hard drives
FBI agents seized several of former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani's electronic devices after executing a search warrant at his Manhattan apartment on Wednesday. Read More.
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China, in first, skipped annual bioweapons meeting with U.S. last year
Amid mounting concerns over its secret biological weapons program, China balked at an online meeting with American officials last year in a possible violation of an international treaty, according to a new report. Read More.
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Millions of illegal immigrants getting stimulus checks
Millions of illegal immigrants will get stimulus checks via the Democrats' recently passed covid relief bill, a new analysis reveals. Read More.
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Facebook factor: Boulder shooter posted anti-Trump, pro-Islam messages
The Facebook page of 21-year-old Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa, the suspect in the Boulder, Colorado supermarket massacre, included anti-Trump messaging, as well as pro-Islam messages. And he may have had sympathies to the Islamic State (ISIS), according to reports. Read More.

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