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Where’s the DOJ? Watchdog calls for investigation of ‘racially-charged assault’ on candidate Larry Elder
A white woman in a gorilla mask threw an egg at Larry Elder, who is seeking to become the first non-white governor of California. Read More.
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20 years later: The 'Legion of the Silent' are gone; Team Biden surrenders to terrorists
We all remember where we were on September 11, 2001. We all remember with sheer disbelief watching the unfolding horror and the realization that “it could happen here.” Read More.
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Romulus Report: Lessons from history about market drops
Today, let’s delve into a little market history and create a template for what we might be facing over the intermediate term. Between 1932 and 1933, after losing 85% between the October 1929 top and May 1932 bottom, the S&P rallied more than 100% over the next 12 months. By comparison, we just experienced history’s second greatest rebound from a major low, with the S&P jumping 103% in 16 months. Read More.
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Not just Georgia: Evidence of 'ballot trafficking' in Arizona, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Michigan
WorldTribune.com reported last week that Georgia state officials were in possession of video of 240 Democrat “ballot traffickers” dumping tens of thousands of ballots into drop boxes “in the middle of the night.” There is evidence that the act was not exclusive to Georgia, reports say. Read More.
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Labor Day cyber attacks disrupted WorldTribune's 'Window on the Real World'
A review of traffic data for WorldTribune.com finds that its firewall, like Israel's phenomenal anti-missile Iron Dome system, is swatting down hundreds of hostile bots and other cyber attacks each hour from all parts of the globe, Iran in particular. In the last week alone, there were more than 375,000 bot visits to the site with a few thousand blocked as hostiles. Read More.
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Trump decries desecration of Robert E. Lee’s legacy: ‘Greatest strategist’, ‘unifying’ post-war force
The iconic statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee that had towered over Virginia’s capital city of Richmond for more than a century was removed by work crews on Wednesday on the order of Democrat Gov. Ralph Northam. Read More.
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The Taiwan prize: China lusts after island nation's global semiconductor powerhouse
The invention of the solid-state transistor in the 1950s transformed the electronics and computing industries, and later, human society as a whole. The innovation and refining within the semiconductor manufacturing process drove the so-called "Third Industrial Revolution" from the 1950s to the 2000s. Read More.
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Decertify? Maricopa County canvas found 173,000 'lost' votes, 96,000 'ghost' votes
An independent canvas of the 2020 election in Maricopa County found over 260,000 "lost" and "ghost" votes, according to a report released Wednesday and discussed on Steve Bannon's War Room. Read More.
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Threats of violence, death for ‘Justice for J6’ rally in DC ‘exclusively coming from the Left’
Leftists are working overtime to convince the media and law enforcement that a Sept. 18 rally at the U.S. Capitol in support of Jan. 6 detainees will be violent, organizers of the rally say. Read More.
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Hospital refuses court order to administer ivermectin; 74-year-old veteran dies
A 74-year-old Vietnam War veteran who contracted the Covid virus died after the Texas hospital he was admitted to refused a court order to administer ivermectin, a report said. Read More.
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Son of Sept. 11 victim: Biden should not 'show his face at Ground Zero on 9/11'
The son of a victim of the 9/11 terrorist attacks said Biden should "not show his face" at Saturday's memorial ceremonies at Ground Zero. Read More.
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Meet the Harvard 'intellectual' who justified the killing of Ashli Babbitt with impunity
Juliette Kayyem is one of the ugliest Swamp nexus creatures when it comes to openly advocating for stripping American citizens of their constitutional rights. Read More.
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As U.S. schools focus on social justice and gender pronouns, China is becoming world leader in STEM
Students in U.S. public schools are so steeped in social justice and LGBTQ+ pronoun indoctrination that America is losing its dominance in mathematics, three prominent math professors noted in a recent analysis. Read More.
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Doctor sounds the alarm: 12,000+ deaths from Covid vaccines in 8 months
During a recent Michigan state House hearing on Covid vaccine mandates, Dr. James Neuenschwander testified about level three and four side effects and thousands of deaths from the vaccines. Read More.
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History: The fall of Rome and the state of the American nation
By 220 AD, the Later Eastern Han Dynasty had extended sections of the Great Wall of China along its Mongolian border. This resulted in the Northern Huns attacking west instead of east. It created a domino effect of displaced tribes migrating west across Central Asia, and overrunning the Western Roman Empire. Read More.

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