Bill To Fight Big Tech Censorship Advances In Florida Senate

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Big Tech has been attacking conservative ideology for quite some time now and it’s only getting worse. The Florida Senate recently advanced legislation that would require social media companies to publish the standards they use and define the behavior when it comes to de-platforming users. It passed in the Republican-controlled Senate by a vote of 22-17 and will now...

BLM Site Leaves Out Crucial Detail About Bryant Shooting

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The Black Lives Matter movement has been posting inaccurate information regarding the officer-involved shooting of 16-year-old Ma’Khia Bryant in Columbus, Ohio. Jeryl Bier, the editor of Pluribus, first pointed out their official statement on Bryant after posting a screenshot of what they wrote and asking if anyone was interested in fact-checking this. He called the site an “online project...

Democrats Demand An Expansion In Medicare

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The White House has described President Joe Biden’s $2.3 trillion American Families Plan as “human infrastructure” to explain why they included child care, prekindergarten, tuition-free community college, and paid family leave. The investments will be paid for by a combination of tax increases and corporate tax hikes. But White House press secretary Jen Psaki shared that President Biden will...

Texas Hospital Launches First COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

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As the COVID-19 vaccine rollout continues across the nation, some companies are incentivizing the process while others are just mandating it. The Houston Methodist hospital system in Texas was the first to issue a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for all staff members after national hesitancy among frontline health care workers getting vaccinated. The hospital system, which includes a medical center...

VP Harris Greeted By Protesters During New Hampshire Visit

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Instead of taking an official trip to the southern border, Vice President Kamala Harris took a campaign trip to New Hampshire to promote infrastructure. President Joe Biden’s $2.25 trillion “American Jobs Plan” includes $100 billion for workforce development programs and broadband access. The package was quickly criticized after Democrats tailored the ‘infrastructure’ definition to fit in spending for things...

Washington Vaccine Provider Asks White People To Join Standby List

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The Washington State Department of Health has been recently letting providers deny vaccine appointments to white people in a race-exclusionary system that they claim creates “equity” and removes barriers for eligible recipients. It has been deferring white people who try to register for a taxpayer-funded COVID-19 vaccine appointment to a standby list based on race. According to the waitlist,...

Florida Gov. DeSantis Signs Bill To Strengthen Police Protection & Prevent Riots

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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis recently signed a new comprehensive anti-riot bill to avoid riots surrounding the Derek Chauvin trial verdict and a repeat of last year’s violent activity. It became law effective immediately. It is now up to the individual states to protect their citizens from the criminal activities being actively promoted by the radical left government. What a...

Why The Biden Administration Cares More About The Word ‘Crisis’ Than The Actual Crisis

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For the first time, President Joe Biden called the surge of migrants flooding the southern border a “crisis” and that his administration will increase the refugee cap for this fiscal year. He announced the increase just hours after signing an order that kept it at Trump-era levels and sparked rage from House Democrats. While former president Donald Trump lowered...

How Rep. Waters Comments Affect The George Floyd Trial

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If Rep. Maxine Waters were a Republican, there would’ve been massive backlash over the comments she made at a recent anti-police protest in Minneapolis. During the protest, Waters called for riots if former police officer Derek Chauvin was not found guilty for the murder of George Floyd and urged protesters to “stay on the streets” and “get more active.”...

Chicago’s Crime Wave Led To Mayor Lightfoot’s Political Fallout

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While Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot promised during her inaugural address to address crime and violence in the community, she’s now a month away from the midpoint of her four-year term, and problems with crime and violence in the city are far worse than when she arrived at City Hall. Chicago’s most recent crime spree will be the final straw...