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April 1, 2021
JERRY NEWCOMBE — These times are uncertain. Many people struggle sleeping through the night. Many people have serious financial struggles because of the response to Covid-19. The news seems to be bad, and other times it's worse. But Easter bursts in with the message that Jesus conquered death, and by faith in Him, we can be "more than conquerors" through Him who loved us. But can historians prove that Jesus of Nazareth literally, bodily rose from the dead 2000 years ago?... (more)


March 31, 2021
YOUTUBE — Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks to Sam Sorbo, Jill Simonian, and Corey DeAngelis about the future of education after COVID. The U.S. education system's failures and lack of education innovation have been exposed by the pandemic. Whether it was the teachers union in your district that kept schools closed despite the science or the lack of school choice that forced most kids into traditional public schools, our education system failed to adapt. Dave and his guests discuss what options are available to parents whether it is homeschooling or taking advantage of school vouchers. They discuss the best ways to give their kids a real-world education, change education funding, as well as the possibilities for education reform and ways we can rethink the future of learning.... (more)


March 31, 2021
GATEWAY PUNDIT — Finally, we have some great news to share! The Republican Senate in Arizona made the courageous decision patriots around the country have been hoping for. These Republicans decided upon the team who will be performing the upcoming audit in Maricopa County and it's an excellent list of entities.... (more)


March 31, 2021
LIFE SITE NEWS — While health officials have been hand-wringing about "vaccine hesitancy" as a leading threat to public health that will prolong the pandemic and blaming "anti-vaxxers" for spreading health "misinformation," it turns out that it is doctors and nurses who are most reluctant to take a dose of a new COVID-19 vaccine.... (more)


March 31, 2021
AMERICAN GREATNESS — He is known as the "zip tie guy." In one of the most iconic photographs of the January 6 Capitol melee, Eric Munchel, wearing tactical gear, is seen holding up a fistful of zip ties in the Senate gallery. Munchel, the media quickly concluded, brought the flex cuffs to arrest lawmakers attempting to certify the results of the 2020 presidential election. The woman photographed with him later was identified as his mother, Lisa Eisenhart.... (more)


March 31, 2021
JUST THE NEWS — Top Democrats are describing voter identification requirements as a return to "Jim Crow" discrimination. But it wasn't that long ago when voter photo IDs enjoyed a bipartisan embrace and Congress' main investigative arm concluded the vast majority of registered voters already had the necessary identification.... (more)


March 31, 2021
YOUTUBE — Illegal crossings are up, detention facilities are overrun, and kids are being used as political pawns. We are in the throes of a national crisis – unless you ask Joe Biden. Senator Ted Cruz is heading to the front lines of this battle to assess the damage, but first, he pulls up a chair with Michael Knowles to break down the disastrous consequences of Biden's border blunders.... (more)


March 31, 2021
JUST THE NEWS — Parents in the U.S. are continuing to show elevated interest in homeschooling, signaling a potential surge as the future of institutional in-person schooling throughout the country remains unclear in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.... (more)


March 29, 2021
JUST THE NEWS — Two-thirds of voters say the word "crisis" is the best way to describe the situation of illegal immigrants crossing the southwestern U.S. border, according to a new Just the News Poll by Scott Rasmussen. Sixty-seven percent of respondents said crisis was the correct term, when asked in the poll: "Which best describes the situation with illegal migrants crossing at the border?"... (more)


March 29, 2021
CLIFF KINCAID — Conservatives have canceled their own culture. Glenn Beck is a recent example, blasting anti-communist Senator Joe McCarthy and warning of a new "Red Scare" targeting conservatives. We should have taken the old Red Scare more seriously and could have avoided our current fate.... (more)


March 29, 2021
YOUTUBE — Dr. Lyle Rapacki of Arizona Today interviews Col. Phil Waldron about Arizona's forensic audit, which is still underway and will have far-reaching implications for the Nov. 3 election and likely all future elections. This is part 2 of their informative discussion.... (more)


March 28, 2021
The source, the Center for Strategic and International Studies, is considered by many to be America’s foremost think tank
CSIS — On March 22, China's Foreign Ministry announced sanctions against 10 European individuals and four organizations in retaliation for the European Union's sanctions on four Chinese officials for their role in carrying out human rights abuses in Xinjiang. Those targeted by Beijing are prohibited from traveling to China and are "restricted from doing business with China."... (more)


March 28, 2021
THE FEDERALIST — Open The New York Times' politics page Thursday morning and the top headline reads, "Democrats Begin Push For Biggest Expansion In Voting Since 1960s." It's a story about the most important election power-grab in modern legislative history, with a slim, partisan majority of senators seeking to wrest control of elections away from state governments to ensure Democrat control for decades to come.... (more)


March 28, 2021
PJ MEDIA — There is no Biden administration. Officially, it's the Biden-Harris administration, and federal agencies have been instructed to include Kamala Harris's name in a directive sent to all federal agencies from "a top White House communications team member."... (more)


March 28, 2021
LIFE SITE NEWS — Masks and bans on indoor dining do little to stop the spread of COVID-19, according to a new report by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Infection, and media outlets that covered the findings downplayed the results. According to the CDC report, published March 12 in the agency's Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, while mask mandates and indoor restaurant bans did decrease daily cases of COVID-19 and deaths, the results were a correlation and a tiny one at that.... (more)


March 28, 2021
PJ MEDIA — The alleged shooter in a massacre at a King Soopers grocery store in Boulder, Colo., passed a background check when buying a gun six days before the murders. Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa opened fire in the store, killing 10 people, including a Boulder police officer. John Mark Eagleton, owner of Eagles Nest Armory in the Denver suburb of Arvada, said he's cooperating with federal authorities. Alissa passed a background check conducted by the Colorado Bureau of Investigation before purchasing a gun, Eagleton said.... (more)


March 27, 2021
THE FEDERALIST — In February 2018, public school teachers brought West Virginia to its knees. Seeking pay raises and better health plans, unions had declared a "work stoppage" in all 55 counties, shuttering every public school in the state. The "stoppage" -- which was in fact an unlawful strike -- dragged on for nine school days, costing children nearly two weeks of instruction. Under pressure, the Republican legislature rushed through a pay raise to pacify the unions.... (more)


March 27, 2021
THE FEDERALIST — The Biden administration is facing not just a crisis at the border, but a crisis of unprecedented magnitude. Unaccompanied migrant teenagers and children have never before arrived at the border in such numbers. For the past three weeks, federal agents have apprehended on average more than 550 unaccompanied minors every day, and are on pace to bring in more than 17,000 children and teens in March, the most ever in a single month. The numbers for April and May, when border crossings usually peak, will undoubtedly bring far higher numbers.... (more)


March 27, 2021
ART MOORE — After a gun-boat tour Friday of the Rio Grande and visits to overwhelmed border facilities amid the migrant surge, a delegation of 19 Republican senators expressed outrage, accusing President Biden of painting a false picture of the situation while blocking media from direct access.... (more)


March 27, 2021
NEWSMAX — Senate Republicans who visited the U.S.-Mexico border on Friday demanded that the Biden administration restore a Trump-era policy that requires migrants who cross the frontier to go back to Mexico to file for asylum and wait there while their claims are filed.... (more)


March 26, 2021
NEWSMAX — Michigan Republicans have begun working on a plan to change the state's voting laws following their losses in the 2020 election without having to work with Democrat Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, The Detroit News reports.... (more)


March 26, 2021
WORLDNETDAILY — USA TODAY Sports' race and inclusion editor Hemal Jhaveri announced Friday she was fired after falsely saying an "angry white man" was responsible for Monday's mass shooting in Boulder, Colorado. "[I]t's always an angry white man. Always," Jhaveri said Monday evening before police revealed the shooter was 21-year-old Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa, a migrant from Syria.... (more)


March 26, 2021
NEWSMAX — Newsmax TV host Greg Kelly reviews clips of the first press conference held by Joe Biden, whom he called "particularly poor at the job of being president" and at "realizing what's going on." The host also looks at Biden administration's attempt to link the Atlanta shootings to racial hatred while ignoring the apparent jihadist motive that led to the shootings in Boulder.... (more)


March 25, 2021
CLIFF KINCAID — China Joe Biden calls Russian President Putin a killer but can't bring himself to say the same thing about China President Xi, who is in charge of a controversial biological warfare lab in Wuhan that has been linked to 2.75 million dead. "He's a smart, smart guy," Biden said at his news conference. "We're not looking for confrontation," he added.... (more)


March 25, 2021
DAILY WIRE — Democrat President Joe Biden is reportedly "under investigation" for halting billions of dollars in payments that were set to go out to companies that were tasked with finishing President Donald Trump's southern border wall. "Now the Government Accountability Office is launching a review to determine whether the new president broke the law by freezing the money in violation of budget rules designed to keep Congress in control of the cash flow," Politico reported. "The probe highlights the challenge presidents have historically faced in fulfilling campaign promises that require money to be spent -- or suspended -- at odds with Congress' intent."... (more)


 

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