Former President Donald Trump announced at a July 7 press conference that he is the lead class representative in a lawsuit being filed with the Southern District of Florida against Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter’s Jack Dorsey, and Google’s Sundar Pichai. Read More.
What happened in November 2020 and the swift implementation of leftist policies by the Democrat/Big Media/Big Tech axis that followed has thrown America into the "abyss," radio and TV host Mark Levin notes in his latest book. Read More.
After years of denying that it had any information on the case, the FBI has recently released thousands of pages of documents it has on murdered Democratic National Committee (DNC) staffer Seth Rich. Read More.
Citing the need for “collective obligations” to take precedence over “individual rights,” a CNN political analyst and Princeton University professor says America must move toward implementing mandatory coronavirus vaccinations. Read More.
Joe Biden's open borders policy has so emboldened Mexico's criminal cartels that they are jamming migrants, including infants, onto flimsy rafts and setting them afloat in the Rio Grande, reports say. Read More.
During the FBI's raid on his apartment in late April, Rudy Giuliani said agents took everything they could — with one exception. The agents refused to take Hunter Biden’s hard drives which Giuliani claims contained child pornography. Read More.
The Michigan state Senate Oversight Committee on June 23 released a report which maintained that the results of the 2020 General Election in the state "were accurately represented by the certified and audited results." Read More.
Former President Donald Trump on Wednesday fired a major salvo against Big Tech censorship of conservatives and the America First movement as he filed a class action lawsuit against the CEOs of Facebook, Twitter, and Google. Read More.
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