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(Photo: Laura Canaugh, Getty Images) Ghislaine Maxwell, a longtime associate of the late Jeffrey Epstein, has been arrested in New Hampshire and may appear in federal court Thursday, according to emerging reports. NBC New York cites “senior law enforcement sources” who claim that Maxwell is in FBI custody for charges related to Epstei Read more

(Photo: Getty Images) The city of Detroit has removed thousands of deceased and duplicate registrants from its voter rolls after being hit with a lawsuit. City officials cleaned up the voter rolls after the Public Interest Legal Foundation, a government watchdog, filed suit against them in December. Nearly 2,500 deceased individuals and 4,800... Read more

(Photo: Getty Images) The killing of George Floyd last month while in the custody of Minneapolis police officers has set off a wave of protests and dialogue on racial injustice that has continued unabated for weeks. And many corporations, big and small, have joined the conversation, issuing statements vowing to stand with the Black Lives Matter ... Read more

On his Thomas Paine podcast, host Mike Moore shared information that he says a congressman handed him recently about ex-President Bill Clinton and the Chinese that is shocking and yet not all that surprising to anyone who has truly been paying attention to the actions of the former president and his inner ci Read more

Police arrested Steven Nelson Lopez in the shooting death of photographer Tyler Gerth at Jefferson Square Park in Louisville. Lopez had been arrested twice before on rioting charges. He attended protests at the park. Read more

While the Biden campaign insists it doesn’t support efforts to defund the police, it may happily profit from Black Lives Matter (BLM) efforts, and is complicit in taking money from an organization partnered with those spearheading the dangerous policy that has already taken root in Minneapolis, New York, and Los Angeles. After reaching the BL... Read more

Two Paterson, New Jersey councilmen and two men linked to a councilmen’s campaign have been charged with election fraud, mail-in voting fraud, and illegal possession of mail-in ballots. Late last week, New Jersey’s Attorney General Gurbir Grewal announced election fraud charges against Paterson City Councilman Michael Jackson (D), Councilman-... Read more

Outrageous! After preventing nearly all conservative posts from being shared on its platform since the 2016 Presidential election, Facebook is now preventing all content from conservative thinkers being shared on its platform period. Read more

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An 18-year-old Mount Morris Township man has been charged and is being sought in the assault of a manager at the Macy’s department store in the Genesee Valley Center. Genesee County Prosecutor David Leyton announced Damire Canell Palmer is charged in a not-in-custody warrant with intent to do great bodily harm, a 10-year felony, in the attack... Read more

(Photo: Olivier Hoslet/AFP/Getty Images) An open borders lobbying group, funded partially by billionaire George Soros, is vowing to defeat President Trump by turning out to vote about six million young and disenfranchised Hispanic Americans. United We Dream activists said during a press call this week that they are “powering up” their members... Read more

(Photo: Ghislaine Maxwell in 2013 photo. (Laura Cavanaugh/Getty Images)) Any payout from an out-of-court settlement program for victims of Jeffrey Epstein will require the women give up their right to sue the pervert’s alleged enablers. Jordana Feldman, the administrator of the Epstein Victims’ Compensation Program, said Thursday that accepta... Read more

(Photo: Getty Images) China and Russia continue to rank among the world's worst human trafficking offenders, with both countries routinely exploiting vulnerable populations and doing little to stem the problem, according to a landmark report published Thursday by the Trump administration. Read more

A woman authorities say set fire to the Atlanta Wendy’s where Rayshard Brooks was fatally shot by an Atlanta police officer was arrested Tuesday afternoon, the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office said. Natalie Hanna White, 29, was arrested outside her attorney’s office shortly before 3 p.m., Eric Heinze, deputy commander with the U.S. Marshals Se... Read more

(Photo: Ideanomics chairman Bruno Wu / Getty Images) A corporation with close ties to the Chinese government received hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars in pandemic relief money as small businesses struggled to access the fund. Ideanomics, a U.S.-based tec Read more

A federal appeals court panel will hear arguments Tuesday on whether two attorneys accused of throwing a Molotov cocktail at an empty police car in Brooklyn, during a protest against the police killing of George Floyd, should be held in jail until their trial. Urooj Rahman, 31, and Colinford Mattis, 32, were arrested in the early hours of Ma... Read more

Social media was abuzz Saturday night with claims that President Trump opponents, many of them teenagers and K-Pop fans, guaranteed that hundreds, even thousands of seats for the Tulsa rally remained empty — by bulk “reserving” tickets they had no intention of using. Trump had blamed protests and media-stoked fears of the coronavirus for the ... Read more

China’s economy was slowing drastically last year before the coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan. There were multiple signs that China’s economy was in horrible shape. Today we provid Read more

(Photo: Scott Olson, Getty Images) The Democrat Party has had decades to fulfill its promises to black Americans, but all it’s delivered is crime-ridden cities bereft of economic opportunity. It’s time to shake things up. In recent weeks, Americans have watched radical leftist anarchists and Antifa thugs engage in extreme violence and murde Read more

(Photo: Mark Humphrey, AP) Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) described the world’s largest technology companies — naming Google, Facebook, and Twitter — as “monopolies,” adding that she and her colleagues are considering the use of antitrust laws and reevaluation of the Communications Decency Act Read more

(Photo: Getty Images) What would you do if a split-second judgment at your job left you facing the death penalty? That question was doubtless on the minds of the many Atlanta police officers who called in "sick" Wednesday evening. Whole zones reportedly went radio silent. Read more

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