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Unreported: Biden executive order laid groundwork to surveil millions of Americans holding crypto assets
On March 9 of this year, Joe Biden signed Executive Order 14067 which grants the U.S. government and its banking partners wide jurisdiction over the cryptocurrency assets held by some 40 million Americans, critics say. Read More.
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Court rules Park Service can charge fee if individuals generate revenue from videos of national sites
Thinking of posting that video you took at the Lincoln Memorial or Yosemite National Park on your YouTube channel? Think again. Read More.
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Poll: Half the nation sees FBI, DOJ as 'corrupt and not to be trusted'
The release Friday of a heavily-redacted affidavit failed to shed light on the justification for the FBI's raid on former President Donald Trump's Palm Beach home Mar-a-Lago earlier this month, legal analysts said yesterday. Read More.
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Military whistleblower could be fired for sounding alarm on adverse reactions to vax
A medical Army officer said he is facing involuntary separation for disobeying Covid protocol after he raised concerns over an "alarming" increase in non-infectious diseases in the ranks, a report said. Read More.
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Getting to know 2 Swampy China assets, Mitch and Elaine McChao
Here's the thing about Mitch McConnell and Elaine Chao. The granddaddy of Republican Beltway barnacles has inhabited the nation's capital in one form or another since 1968, when he worked as a Senate legislative aide. Read More.
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By the way, who was that Roe v Wade leaker and what happened to the investigation? Hello?
The commotion and fallout from the overruling of Roe v Wade is continuing, but for the "egregious leaking" of the draft opinion, the cap is still off of the bottle. Read More.
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The (Bill Gates) Inflation Reduction Act
The so-called Inflation Reduction Act, which according to the Congressional Budget Office will raise taxes on the middle class to the tune of $20 billion and will also unleash an army of 87,000 additional IRS agents on working class Americans, was made possible in large part by globalist billionaire Bill Gates, an analysis noted. Read More.
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Marc E. Elias celebrates new Post Office mail-in ballot division
Remember how balky mail delivery got before and after the 2020 presidential election? The United States Postal Service (USPS) reported it delivered more than 135 million ballots in 2020, with 40 million delivered so far during this year's primaries. Read More.
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U.S. military personnel say 'very political' woke policies led to recruitment crisis
All branches of the military are struggling, and likely won't meet, their recruitment goals for Fiscal Year 2022. It will likely be the worst recruiting year for the American military since it went to an all-volunteer force in 1973. Read More.
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The new IRS army: From the government, but not 'here to help'
The Biden administration has a lot of nerve proposing to double the budget of the Internal Revenue Service and add 87,000 employees. Read More.
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AOC-backed but absent Hawaii congressman goes down in flames
Hawaii Democrat Rep. Kai Kahele, who had not cast a vote in person since January while keeping his day-job as an airline pilot, was humiliated in his bid to become the next governor of Hawaii. Read More.
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IRS deletes job advertisement seeking applicants 'willing to use deadly force'
The IRS has deleted from its website a job posting in which applicants would be required to “carry a firearm and be willing to use deadly force, if necessary.” Read More.
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Team Biden prioritizes IRS funding over the military and border security
Everyone should be deeply troubled by the recent report that the Army is on pace to miss its recruiting goal by dozens of thousands of troops and by the report that followed a few days later, alleging that the Border Patrol is running short of agents in Arizona and Texas. Read More.
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Democrat staffer, who posed as FBI agent at Trump rally, gets 9 months for giving himself an $80,000 raise
Sterling Devion Carter pleaded guilty to “theft of public funds in connection with his scheme to fraudulently inflate his salary and bonus payments, thereby paying himself more than he was legitimately owed,” according to a Department of Justice press release. Read More.
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Bernie Sanders confirms obvious: Inflation Reduction Act will not cut inflation
Did the 80-year-old socialist say the quiet part out loud? Vermont Democrat Sen. Bernie Sanders, during debate on the Inflation Reduction Act, admitted that the bill pushed through Congress by Democrats to appease their leftist supporters will, in fact, not cut inflation. Read More.

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