Political News & Social Views

Month: April 2023

These Six Tactics Are Being Used To Divide Republicans and Democrats

86% of Americans say they feel exhausted by division and are looking for something better. 85% of Republicans and Democrats view cross-party relations, such as having members of the other party as friends, building consensus, and supporting bipartisan cooperation, as valuable.

The corrupted science behind Biden’s Covid jab mandates

PRESIDENT Joe Biden decreed on September 9, 2021, that more than 100million Americans must get Covid vaccine injections.

But newly disclosed emails show that the Food and Drug Administration’s official certification of the jabs as ‘safe and effective’ was the result of a bureaucratic bait-and-switch.

At last, an honest debate on race

THOSE plotting the West’s collapse hold a trump card: the Great Replacement. To give the Devil his due, they play it well. Porous borders, hate-speech laws and the cynical manipulation of Anglosphere kindness create a hostile environment for the diversity heretic.

Sen. Hawley Demands Probe Into 85,000 Missing Unaccompanied Alien Children

Data from U.S. Customs and Border Protection shows that around 345,000 minors have come across the border unaccompanied since early 2021 when President Joe Biden took office. A New York Times report suggests that the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has lost contact with 85,000 of these minors.

The House GOP’s Debt-Ceiling Win

Speaker Kevin McCarthy did more than pass a debt-ceiling bill this week. He blew up President Biden’s entire operating assumption. Democrats aren’t the only game in town after all.

How an Ex-CIA Boss ‘Rigged’ Three Election Cycles, From Benghazi to Russia Collusion to Hunter’s Laptop

Former acting CIA director Michael Morell was recently asked under oath about the origins of the intel letter discrediting the Hunter Biden laptop story as possible Russian disinformation.

He testified under oath that a call from now-Secretary of State Antony Blinken “triggered” the creation of the letter, which was signed by 51 current and former members of the intelligence community.

Federal Court Rejects Google’s Motion to Dismiss Antitrust Lawsuit

The lawsuit, filed in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, accuses Google of monopolizing key digital advertising technologies, known as the “ad tech stack,” in violation of antitrust laws. These technologies are crucial for website publishers to sell ads and for advertisers to reach potential customers.