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Feds Want to Control Auto Speeds The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) wants to install Intelligent Speed Assistance (ISA) in all cars. NTSB chair Jennifer Homendy emphasized that "human error is the chief cause of almost all traffic cra

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More Dangerous Disease Experiments? In September, the House Select Committee on the Chinese Communist Party issued a report disclosing that a lab staffed by Chinese nationals has been covertly operating in Reedley, California. Among the diseases f

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"Trump Will End Our Democracy" This week, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton went on ABC's "The View" to warn that "if Trump wins the 2024 presidential election he will end our democracy. He will censor freedom of speech and try to put his

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Speaker's Poverty Mocked Like many Americans, House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-La) is living paycheck-to-paycheck. He has no appreciable savings, no stock portfolio, no vacation homes. Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-Md) wondered if "his precarious financial si

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Differing Policies on Crime In 2020, Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear (D) decided to grant early release to 1700 convicts because of the covid pandemic. Within a year of being released 70% of these former prisoners committed at least one crime. Fifty pe

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INFOWARS - Paul Joseph Watson

Call for violent jihad: No problem. Openly support Hamas: No problem. Carry an England flag in England: Not allowed!

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Gag Order Violates Freedom of Speech This week at the request of Special Counsel Jack Smith, Judge Tanya Chutkan imposed a "gag order" on former President Donald Trump. She cited the risk that "allowing Trump unfettered freedom of speech could tai

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US Navy recruitment has fallen nearly 20% below its target for the recently completed federal fiscal year. Acting Chief of Naval Operations Admiral Lisa Franchetti blamed "the declining quality of our country's youth. Nearly 80% of them are too fat,

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McCarthy Stunned Confident that he had an "ace-in-the-hole," House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif) expected Rep. Matt Gaetz's (R-Fla) motion to oust him from his position would fail. It didn't. "When I expressed my apprehension about allowing

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