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Bidenomics: Administration finds shortage of U.S. oil production 'hilarious'
Are increasingly rising gas prices a laughing matter? If you are a leftist millionaire or billionaire elite on a mission to end the use of fossil fuels at any cost, it would appear so. Read More.
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Blood ties: Kenosha mayor, DA and detective — also Democrats — 'want Kyle convicted'
The Kenosha, Wisconsin mayor, the district attorney, and the lead detective in the Kyle Rittenhouse case are all members of the same family, a report noted. Read More.
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Visit to ‘Patriot Wing’ in DC jail-hell: ‘Every night at 9 pm, J6 defendants sing the National Anthem’
Jan. 6 political prisoners feel "forgotten and hopeless," Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene said on Thursday after she was finally granted access to check on the well-being of the detainees. Read More.
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Trump's reparations strategy would have charged China trillions for 2020 devastation
Prior to the 2020 election, U.S. President Donald Trump had floated the idea of seeking as much as $10 trillion in reparations from China for the damage caused by the Covid-19 pandemic which started in Wuhan, according to a book by former White House aide Peter Navarro. Read More.
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56 voting machines in NJ Democrat stronghold were shut down on election night
In the Democrat stronghold of Essex County New Jersey on Tuesday night, 56 voting machines were shut down and were not counted, according to reports. Read More.
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Post-election reality check: Youngkin, Carlyle Group and Dominion
Virginia Republican Governor-Elect Glenn Youngkin’s former Carlyle Group cohorts own Dominion Voting Systems, the controversial voting machine company that is at the heart of widespread claims the 2020 presidential election was fraudulently stolen. Read More.
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Who is Lt. Gov.-elect Winsome Sears? ‘There are some who want to divide . . .’
In Virginia, Winsome Sears won election and will be the commonwealth's lieutenant governor. She is the first black woman elected to a statewide office in Virginia history. Read More.
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'American Gulag': Gohmert, Greene denied entry to D.C. jail to check on Jan. 6 prisoners
Republican Reps. Louie Gohmert of Texas and Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia were turned away in their effort to check on the well-being of Jan. 6 prisoners at the D.C. jail on Nov. 3. Read More.
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‘Resign immediately,’ Dr. Fauci; ‘Superpowers’ ad takes aim at innocent children
During a Senate hearing on Thursday, Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul grilled Dr. Anthony Fauci, saying Team Biden's Covid czar has “learned nothing from this pandemic” and should "resign." Read More.
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Nov. 2, 2021: Trump won, hands down
All four candidates endorsed by former President Donald Trump were victorious in Tuesday's elections. Read More.
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Soros money crushes local Austin initiative to fund more police in crime-riddled city
Locals were hopeful as they banded together to try to protect their city, yet ominous storm clouds were on the horizon. Read More.
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FBI footage of Kyle Rittenhouse shooting, never seen before, released
The FBI was flying surveillance over Kenosha, Wisconsin during the riots of last summer and caught the Kyle Rittenhouse shooting incident. Read More.
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Betrayed by his inner circle: Nuggets from former Trump adviser Navarro's new book
Vice President Mike Pence and others in the inner circle of the Trump White House betrayed the president on his contesting of the 2020 presidential election, former White House adviser Peter Navarro states in his new book. Read More.
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Dr. McCullough: Risk of dying from the vaccine appears greater than of dying from Covid
Dr. Peter McCullough, the world’s most frequently-cited authority on early COVID-19 treatment, recently explained findings presented to the Food and Drug Administration on Oct. 17 that showed alarming patterns in the rates of deaths from the COVID-19 vaccines versus the virus itself. Read More.
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Virginia is for losers: Voting RINO is worse than seeing Terry McAuliffe win
This is most assuredly a commentary, and is labeled as such, but at WorldTribune we don't lecture to our readers, we aim to provide information that they can use. Read More.

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