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February 20, 2021
WORLDNETDAILY — The chairman of a blue-ribbon commission working with the United Nations and the World Health Organization to investigate the origins of the coronavirus pandemic has a history of praising and working with China while criticizing the U.S. government.... (more)


February 20, 2021
JOSEPH FARAH — If you read between the lines of the post-mortems of the 2020 election, you can almost sense some are so jubilant, they come very close to admitting to fraud, celebrating it ... consecrating it. I've never seen anything like the Feb. 4 issue of Time magazine's cover story, titled, "The Secret History of the Shadow Campaign That Saved the 2020 Election," authored by Molly Ball.... (more)


February 20, 2021
BOB UNRUH — For much of the 2020 presidential election campaign, many critics of Joe Biden charged he was catering to the extremists in the Democratic Party. They warned that in his effort to attract votes he would advocate policies that were not in alignment with mainstream America.... (more)


February 20, 2021
WESTERN JOURNAL — The Arizona state Senate just passed a bill that would allow the state legislature to subpoena critical elections records, paving the way for a closer look into some of the most contested data amid the messy fallout of the 2020 election. Senate Bill 1408 passed 16-14 cleanly along party lines with Republicans forming the affirming vote, according to the Arizona Mirror.... (more)


February 19, 2021
AMERICAN GREATNESS — Since the Justice Department launched its nationwide manhunt to track down and arrest anyone involved with the Capitol breach on January 6, hundreds of perpetrators have been arrested.... (more)


February 19, 2021
ART MOORE — Videos of police officers allowing or even encouraging people to enter the Capitol grounds during the Jan. 6 incident have been perplexing to many, and now 35 Capitol Police officers are under investigation for their actions on that day.... (more)


February 19, 2021
THE FEDERALIST — On the coldest night in generations, nearly 4.4 million Texans were without electricity. As utility providers and politicians shift blame and argue about energy policy, many families are struggling to find heat, food, and water. When power outages began on Sunday night, Texans were told to expect "rolling blackouts" of 15 to 45 minutes without electricity.... (more)


February 19, 2021
BOB UNRUH — The "cancel culture" has struck the influential D. James Kennedy Ministries, founded by the influential Presbyterian minister. The organization said it's been deplatformed by Lifetime TV, to which it paid "enormous fees" over the years, because of its Christian perspective on issues such as abortion.... (more)


February 18, 2021
NEWSMAX — Rep. Jodey Arrington, R-Texas, says the U.S. can't solely rely on renewable energy and that the U.S. has to have a baseload of predictable and sustainable sources of power to deal with disasters such as the ice storm in his state. ''We have now half a million people without power, but we had 4 million at one point,'' Arrington said Thursday during an appearance on Newsmax TV's ''Spicer & Co.''... (more)


February 18, 2021
JOE KOVACS — Radio superstar Rush Limbaugh died Wednesday morning of advanced lung cancer at the age of 70. The announcement came from his wife Kathryn during the opening segment of the broadcaster's national program. "It is with profound sadness that I must share with you directly that our beloved Rush, my wonderful husband, passed away this morning due to complications from lung cancer," Mrs. Limbaugh said.... (more)


February 18, 2021
JOSEPH FARAH — Republicans like to talk about Nancy Pelosi, Dianne Feinstein, Barbara Boxer and Eric Swalwell among other politicians cozy with Chinese Communists -- the kind of Democrats who will swear eight ways to Sunday that the gravest threat to the U.S. still comes from Russia.... (more)


February 17, 2021
NEW YORK POST — In 2012, Oregon mother Julie Keith opened a package of Halloween decorations from her local Kmart. Inside, she found something far more unsettling than a bunch of plastic skeletons and gravestones: an SOS letter from the prisoner who made them.... (more)


February 17, 2021
NEW YORK POST — President Biden is dismissing the genocide against the Uighur population in China, dubbing the mass internment a "different norm"—despite the State Department this month responding to "atrocities" in the camps, following reports of systemic rape and torture.... (more)


February 17, 2021


February 16, 2021
CHERIE ZASLAWSKY — Americans have long felt that "something is wrong" in our country. You may remember the iconic movie Network, wherein a mysterious figure explains that corporations own the world and control America, and the famous scene in which charismatic news anchor Howard Beale stops reading his script and urges the public to follow his lead, open their windows, and holler: "I'm mad as hell and I'm not going to take this anymore!" And that was back in the 70's, when life was ideal compared to our present Covidian dystopia.... (more)


February 16, 2021
REV. MARK H. CREECH — I once read a story about a father who was walking down the road with his son when the boy asked, "Dad, do you suppose anywhere in the world there is a sign that says 'trespassing'?" The father then asked his son what he meant, and the boy replied, "Well, see that sign over there that says 'no trespassing'? Do you suppose there's a sign somewhere that just says 'trespassing'?"... (more)


February 16, 2021
WORLDNETDAILY — For those who think it's time to write off former President Donald Trump as a political has-been, the crowd on hand in southern Florida to greet his motorcade on Presidents' Day should disabuse them of that notion.... (more)


February 16, 2021
MIRANDA DEVINE — Now that the election is over and President Biden is installed in the White House, it's safe for the truth about his character to dribble out. And what do you know? Turns out the ethical standards of "Honest Joe" aren't worth a hill of beans.... (more)


February 14, 2021
NEWSMAX — Utah Republicans have used social media to circulate a petition to censure Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, for voting to convict former President Donald Trump in last week's Senate impeachment trial. The petition accuses Romney of failing "to represent the average conservative Utah Republican voter" and of having "misrepresented himself as a Republican," per The Hill.... (more)


February 14, 2021
WESTERN JOURNAL — The Senate has acquitted former President Donald Trump of inciting the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol. House Democrats, who voted a month ago to charge Trump with "incitement of insurrection," needed two-thirds of the Senate, or 67 votes, to convict him.... (more)


February 14, 2021
PJ MEDIA — President Trump thanked his lawyers "for their tireless work upholding justice and defending truth" in a statement released shortly after his acquittal in the U.S. Senate. He also thanked the U.S. Senators and Members of Congress" who stood proudly for the Constitution we all revere and for the sacred legal principles at the heart of our country," by opposing his impeachment and supporting his acquittal.... (more)


February 13, 2021
JUST THE NEWS — The author of a tweet introduced by Democrats at the Senate impeachment trial said Thursday her statement "we are bringing the Calvary" was a clear reference to a prayer vigil organized by churchgoers supporting Trump and not a call for military-like violence at the Capitol riot as portrayed by Rep. Eric Swalwell.... (more)


February 13, 2021
AMERICAN GREATNESS — It looks like they did it again. Like so many fabricated storylines intended to damage Donald Trump and his supporters, the New York Times cited anonymous sources to support a shocking claim in an article alleging Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick was murdered by a Trump "insurrectionist" on January 6.... (more)


February 12, 2021
AMERICAN GREATNESS — The events of January 6 were never as straightforward as they were depicted by those seeking an excuse to criminalize political opposition. Consider this characterization of the day: "Trump Supporters and Proud Boys stormed the United States Capitol and attempted a coup on our Democracy. Jan 6th, 2021, the moment that changed America forever."... (more)


February 11, 2021
NEW YORK POST — New York needs the truth about the Cuomo administration coverup of nursing-home deaths -- and that means an independent federal investigation. Gov. Andrew Cuomo's top aide confessed privately this week that the administration suppressed the true COVID toll in the homes.... (more)


 

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