September 26, 2020

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Disturbing questions about Hunter Biden are getting worse
The disturbing findings of an investigation by two Senate committees show Hunter Biden, son of Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden, received a windfall of foreign cash which amounted to potential "criminal activity" and made multiple payments to Eastern European prostitutes. Read More.
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China prepares world opinion for moves on Taiwan Strait
As the global death toll from the Chinese Wuhan coronavirus approaches one million people, China wants the world to also know that it is ready to start a war against the 23 million free people of Taiwan. Read More.
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Milano, who backs defunding police, calls police on teen
Alyssa Milano, an actor and anti-Second Amendment activist who has also become an outspoken advocate for defunding police, reportedly called police when she thought a gunman was on her property. Read More.
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Pompeo: CCP targeting PTA meetings in U.S. schools
As part of an intensifying influence campaign, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is sending operatives to PTA meetings at U.S. schools, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said. Read More.
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GOP: Cut funds to schools allowing biological males in female sports
Legislation introduced on Tuesday by a group of Republican senators seeks to revoke federal funding to U.S. schools that allow biological males to compete in women's sports. Read More.
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Left launches anti-Catholic assault on Judge Barrett
The Left immediately went to its anti-Catholic bigotry playbook when Amy Coney Barrett's name emerged as a possible replacement following the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, analysts say. Read More.
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Study: China forcing Tibetans into labor camps
Hundreds of thousands of people in Tibet are being forced by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) into military-style training centers which analysts say are akin to forced labor camps, a study has said. Read More.
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Woodson: PC blacks ‘solely owned subsidiary of white Left’
The New York Times and black leaders have shut off any honest discussion of black history that challenges the 1619 Project's theme of racism, civil rights leader Robert L. Woodson said. Read More.
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UN General Assembly opens — without live sessions
Presidents, Prime Ministers and Kings are attending the opening debate of the UN General Assembly; but online. The 75th anniversary session of the Assembly was planned as a gala gathering of chiefs of state and government but shall now be relegated to a series of virtual sessions. Read More.
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Trump expands ban on 'Critical Race Theory' training
President Donald Trump on Tuesday expanded an executive order which prohibits federal funds from being used to support "Critical Race Theory" training in the federal government and the military to include all federal contractors. Read More.
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Jill Biden's first husband is backing Trump
Bill Stevenson, first husband of Jill Biden, said in an interview with Inside Edition that he is voting for President Donald Trump instead of his ex-wife’s husband, Democrat Joe Biden. Read More.
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Probe called for in Bloomberg's paying off felons' fines
Leftist billionaire Michael Bloomberg could face a criminal investigation for paying the outstanding fines and fees of 32,000 convicted felons in Florida so they could regain their right to vote, Florida Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz warned. Read More.
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Graham: GOP has votes to confirm Ginsburg replacement
Senate Republicans have enough votes to confirm President Donald Trump's nominee to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham said. Read More.
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BLM tries to but can't erase what it really stands for
Since it was thrust into the national spotlight after the George Floyd riots of 2020, BLM has gone to great lengths to portray itself as much more mainstream than it actually is. Read More.
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Report: Google suppressing conservative media
Google is suppressing conservative media so thoroughly that users searching for conservative news content are forced to click through page after page of less-relevant results before finding their desired result, a report said. Read More.

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