Biden’s Pandemic Plan Plagiarizes Trump’s Efforts

“If we do things almost perfectly, we could get in the range of 100,000 to 200,000 fatalities.” – Dr. Deborah Birx (The Today Show, March 30, 2020) The other night Continue Reading →

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What Media Missed with Hunter Biden Hard Drive

This past week we saw why many people in America don’t trust the media and believe them to be biased, including social media giants Twitter and Facebook. A recent Gallup Continue Reading →

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Joe Biden’s Credibility Issue

“Since the early 1970s, Joe Biden has been a serial liar when it comes to his ‘work’ in the civil rights movement. It’s the equivalent of stolen valor and is Continue Reading →

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Lying Biden

This is an ongoing list of Presidential Candidate Joe Biden’s lies and bigoted statements (list updated continuously): What follows are links to news story and videos detailing Joe Biden’s many Continue Reading →

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The Biden Fairytales

There are some in the media more comfortable with political fairytales than reality. One of the most glaring examples of this is the myth of the Kennedy Camelot. What the Continue Reading →

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Trump is being scapegoated for broad COVID-19 failures

Every year it is estimated that at least 250,000 America deaths are due to medical error, which represents 10% of all U.S. deaths, making it the third leading cause of Continue Reading →

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Coronavirus timeline shows politicians’, media’s changing rhetoric on risk of pandemic

Link to Original Post: https://tinyurl.com/covidtimeline As reporters looked on during a contentious White House briefing this week, President Trump stepped aside and played a brief video showing several media figures downplaying the coronavirus in Continue Reading →

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‘Keep Politics Out of Policing’

On July 4, 2020, Toledo police officer Anthony Dia was shot and killed in the line of duty. During Dia’s final radio broadcast he asked the dispatcher to “tell my Continue Reading →

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On This Independence Day, Celebrate And Reflect

On a rainy July 4, 1863, the fate of a once unified nation had all but been decided. The Confederate Army of Northern Virginia was in retreat, having been defeated Continue Reading →

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‘Tokenism’? Democrats Slight First African-American Candidate For NH Ed Board

For those of you who may not be aware, the first-ever African-American candidate for the New Hampshire State Board of Education, Ryan Terrell, was rejected by the state Executive Council Continue Reading →

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