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(Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for The Met Museum/Vogue) Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) received an onslaught of criticism for attending the swanky Met Gala wearing a “Tax the Rich” dress. As it turns out, the millionaire designer who created it is in debt to the IRS. According to the New York Post, designer Aurora James, fo... Read more

As the country’s crackdown on coronavirus restrictions continues, parts of Australia are introducing a new facial recognition app to keep tabs on people quarantining. The trial is taking place in South Australia (SA), and is aimed at ensuring people quarantine at home – and stay at home throughout the quarantine period. Read more

(Photo: AP) Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Agnes Chow was released from prison on Saturday (June 12, 2021) after serving nearly seven months for her role in an unauthorised assembly during anti-government protests in the city in 2019. The 24-year-old activist had been convicted together with her long-time activist colleague, Joshua Wong, fo... Read more

(Photo: Chip Somodevilla, Getty Images) Shana Chappell, mother of U.S. marine Kareem Nikoui, 20, who was killed in the recent Kabul attack, says Facebook disabled her Instagram account after she posted a picture and message about her son. Read more

Dekalb County in Georgia is again at the center of issues in the 2020 Election results. They previously had to recount or scan ballots in the county after the election. A satisfactory explanation was not provided. Read more

(Photo: Maryland MVA/Calvert County Sheriff's Office via AP) Ashli Babbitt’s shooter on January 6 was identified on Thursday as “Lieutenant Michael Leroy Byrd,” Newsweek reported. Terry Roberts, an attorney who represents the victim’s family, revealed the name, suggesting that Byrd’s identity was covered up by the U.S. Capitol Police, congres... Read more

(Photo: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images) A recently resurfaced video showing late Senator John McCain warning colleagues of an “unqualified” and “dangerous” Antony Blinken, who served as deputy national security advisor under President Barack Obama at the time, specifically blasting Blinken’s desire to withdraw U.S. troops from Afghanistan Read more

The sentencing for one of the January 6 US Capitol rioters was abruptly postponed Wednesday after new videos emerged of the man allegedly fighting with police, an unexpected twist in the case because prosecutors hadn't previously accused him of committing violence that day. Robert Reeder of Maryland was charged in February with four misdemean... Read more

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(Photo: Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images) Amidst some of the worst days of the Chinese coronavirus crisis in 2020, former Trump administration officials were seeing firsthand the impact of the United States’ dependence on foreign imports as a result of decades-long free trade policies. Read more

We first discovered Ruby Freeman and her daughter Shaye Moss in December when The Gateway Pundit first reported that these two election workers took ballots out from under a table on Election night and jammed thousands of ballots into the tabulators numerous times. Read more

(Photo: Getty Images) Agnes Chow, a 23-year-old pro-democracy activist in Hong Kong, has got a new nickname. Her supporters have started calling her "the real Mulan" - in reference to the legendary Chinese heroine who fought to save her family and country. Ms Chow was one of a handful of activists and media figures arrested this week under... Read more

“Let the Depositions Begin” – New York Supreme Court Sides with Project Veritas in Suit Against New York Times By Cristina Laila Published August 12, 2021 at 3:38pm 349 Comments Share (1.5k) Gab Telegram Clouthub James O’Keefe The New York Supreme Court on Thursday sided with Project Veritas in its lawsuit against the New York Time... Read more

(Photo: MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images) Senate Republicans granted President Joe Biden a significant victory on Tuesday in helping the bipartisan so-called infrastructure bill pass through the Senate. The Senate passed H.R. 3684, the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, 69-30, which featured overwhelming Democrat support and Read more

(Photo: Getty Images) A Swiss PhD student at the University of St Gallen has alleged that he was removed from the doctoral programme and had three years of research quashed after he posted critical sentiments on social media about the Chinese Communist Party regime. Read more

Belarusian sprinter Krystsina Tsimanouskaya sought asylum at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games over fears of reprisals should she return to Belarus, becoming the latest in a long line of athletes seeking diplomatic protection at the Games and other large international sportin Read more

A privacy organization has filed a lawsuit against the United States Postal Service demanding details of the service's program that spies on Americans and their social media posts. The Electronic Frontier Foundation has announced the Freedom of Information Act filing seeking information about its "co Read more

(Photo: ISAAC LAWRENCE/AFP via Getty Images) Hong Kong police confirmed Friday that they had opened an investigation into videos surfacing online this week allegedly showing residents booing the “March of the Volunteers,” the national anthem of China. The Chinese-controlled Hong Kong government outlawed disrespect to the Chinese anthem, inclu... Read more

Reps. Gaetz, Gohmert, Gosar, and Greene are going to hold a press conference at the Department of Justice on Tuesday demanding answers on the inhumane treament of the Jan. 6 political prisoners. Read more

(Photo: AP/Ric Francis) Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) on Monday introduced the “Love America Act,” designed to combat Critical Race Theory in classrooms, in part by prohibiting federal funding to schools where founding texts of the United States are taught as products of white supremacy and racism. Read more

An Algerian judoka and his coach have been booted from the Olympics, and suspended by judo’s international governing body, for refusing to compete against an Israeli athlete this week. The athlete, Fethi Nourine, 30, cited his support for Palestinians as the reason Read more

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