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Lawsuit: 99.7 Percent Of Kids Banned From School Under Covid Rules Were Healthy

An Indiana judge is allowing a parent lawsuit against the governor’s mask and quarantine rules for schools to move ahead as efforts to end the science-defying, child-harming mandates stall in the state legislature. Last week an Indiana judge ruled that the parent plaintiffs have provided enough evidence of a legitimate legal complaint to move forward with the case. The governor,…

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For Assisting The Jan. 6 Witch Hunt, Cheney And Kinzinger Should Be Booted Out Of The GOP

Most Americans recoil from calls for political purges. Despite that, Republicans are contemplating just such a measure over the conduct of two members of their House caucus. The participation of Reps. Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger in the Jan. 6 Committee convened by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has led many conservatives, both in the House and out of it, to…

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This Legal Tool Can Help People Bullied By Corporations Fight Back

After years of staring down threats within the government, conservatives are waking up to another potent and far less accountable threat: that of corporate conglomerates, and private concentrations of power. Conversations about Big Tech censorship and cancel culture, while legitimate in their own right, often mask a deeper vulnerability that the rise of woke capital, acting at scale, presents —…

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Harvard Law Churns Out Lawyers To Fight Elections In Court Instead Of At The Polls

Before the Donald Trump-inspired challenges of the 2020 presidential election, Democrats and liberals alleged fraud and formally contested the results of the 2000, 2004, and 2016 Republican-won presidential elections. Those earlier challenges spurred the creation of a network of election litigators on the left — what J. Christian Adams, a conservative ex-Justice Department attorney pitted against them, calls a “linear…

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Wyoming GOP No Longer Recognizes Liz Cheney As A Republican

The Wyoming Republican Party voted to disown the state’s at-large congresswoman, Liz Cheney, as a member of the party on Saturday. The GOP state central committee voted 31-29 at a meeting in Buffalo, according to the Casper Star-Tribune, to pass the symbolic resolution after about nine counties approved similar measures with wider margins. Jeremy Adler, a spokesperson for Cheney, told…

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As Leftists Cry ‘White Supremacy,’ Black Republican Woman Makes History

“What you’re looking at is the American dream.” Thus began the victory speech by newly elected Virginia Lt. Gov. Winsome Sears, peppered by cheers, applause, and a chorus of “Win-some, Win-some,” before a patient and packed house in Chantilly where the GOP held their election night headquarters. It was shortly before 1 a.m., by which time Republican Glenn Youngkin had…

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Indiana Republicans Lag Behind On Ending COVID Chaos, Forcing Children To Pay

Indiana Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb renewed his emergency COVID executive rule for the 19th time Thursday, bolstering calls for Indiana’s legislature to step in. Indiana U.S. Sen. Mike Braun joined state Attorney General Todd Rokita Thursday in calling for the state legislature to join others around the nation in allowing citizens to manage their own risks. “Our Founders never intended…

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Democrats Decry Gerrymandering While Using It To Gain Power

The leftist push for “voting reform” bills purportedly includes an end to partisan district drawing. But Democrats’ plans for New York and Oregon show they are part of the problem, not the solution. One of the key talking points for Democrats’ push for voting “reform” is a desire to end what they call the pernicious practice of partisan gerrymandering. It’s…

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A Republican Vote To Raise The Debt Limit Is A Vote For Democrats’ $3.5 Trillion Spending Spree

According to conventional wisdom, congressional Republicans have no power to block Democrat plans to ram through $3.5 trillion in tax increases and new spending on welfare programs (among other things). Democrat lawmakers hope to use the budget reconciliation process to pass the legislation through the Senate with 51 votes — all Democrats plus Vice President Kamala Harris. Under this theory,…

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The GOP Civil War Liz Cheney Waged Is Here, And It Just Might Throw Her Out Of Congress

CHEYENNE, Wyo — Wyoming Republican congresswoman and NeverTrump Resistance leader Liz Cheney drew a new primary challenger Thursday who came with a big endorsement. Harriet Hageman, a prominent GOP attorney and former Cheney ally, formally threw her hat into the ring with the coveted support from former President Donald Trump. “Wyoming is entitled to a representative in Congress who remembers who…

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New Wyoming Poll Shows More Trouble For Liz Cheney

Results of new poll released Friday continue to show support for Republican Rep. Liz Cheney deep underwater among her Wyoming constituents as she prepares for a competitive primary. According to a survey conducted by McLaughlin & Associates shown exclusively to the Washington Examiner, 77 percent of Republican primary voters said they would back a candidate besides Cheney in the upcoming…

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Rep. James Clyburn Falsely Claims Critical Race Not Taught In Grade Schools, Says It’s A ‘Red Herring’

South Carolina Democrat Rep. James Clyburn, the House Majority Whip, said Wednesday on a virtual Axios event that critical race theory (CRT) is only being taught at “the university level” and the nationwide debate is a “red herring” used by Republicans to dismiss systemic racism. “This whole issue on race and all this activity we see going on in elementary…

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Majority Of Voters Reject COVID Vaccine Mandates, New Poll Finds

A new survey indicates the majority of likely American voters believe receiving a COVID-19 vaccine should be a personal choice, not something mandatory. Convention of States Action and the Trafalgar Group’s poll surveyed 1,000 likely 2022 midterm election voters from July 12 to 13 and found that more than 71 percent of respondents believe receiving vaccines should be a personal…

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Left Mocks Right For Expressing Same Vaccine Concerns They Did Before Biden Took Office

When Joe Biden assumed the presidency, a switch flipped among Democrats. Former President Donald Trump’s COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan Operation Warp Speed was viewed with a skeptical lens, but those on the left felt more comfortable trusting a government run by one of their own. Now liberals ridicule Republicans for displaying the same dynamic. Consider Kamala Harris, who said after…

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GOP Invokes Engaging The Culture War To Combat Critical Race Theory

Republicans are banding together to orient policy and directives aimed at undermining critical race theory by engaging the culture war. In a new memo, Republican Study Committee Chairman Jim Banks urged more than 150 RSC members to reject the Democrats’ “revolutionary posture” and “lean” into the culture war. The RSC is the largest conservative caucus on Capitol Hill. “We are…

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In 2021 Races, Virginia Republicans Should Highlight Democrats’ Anti-Asian Discrimination

Virginia’s Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology (TJ) is named for the Founding Father who penned the words “all men are created equal.” It is the crown jewel of the Fairfax County school system and serves as the STEM magnet school for the entire Northern Virginia region. U.S. News and World Report ranked it the best high school…

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