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Who Blew Up the Russian Pipelines? Details Inside, and It’s Going to Get Ugly

Who blew up the Russian Nord Stream gas pipelines? It’s a question that many are asking, and many believe it was the American military...

Italy’s Giorgia Meloni’s Globalist Alliances Are Causing Alarm

Probably the next Italian PM wants digital ID

Kamala Harris Blasted For Pushing ‘Racist’ Policy In Response To Hurricane Damage

Vice Resident Kamala Harris (D) faced backlash online Friday afternoon after saying that the Biden administration was prioritizing giving disaster relief to minorities for...

It Begins: Leftists and RINOs Start Normalizing Election Result Delays Ahead of Voter Fraud Actions

Two years after prolonged ballot counting led to one of the most chaotic presidential elections in history, mail-in voting and other ballot processing issues may postpone the results in key races beyond Nov. 8 and perhaps delay determining which party will control the U.S. Senate.

‘Metaverse’ children to replace real kids by 2050 and ‘help with overpopulation’

In the book, she says: “Virtual children may seem like a giant leap from where we are now, but within 50 years technology will...

Here’s the Ad for Republican Tiffany Smiley That Woke Corporate Heavyweights in Seattle Don’t Want You to See


Trump-Voting Areas Recouping Pandemic Job Losses Faster Than Biden-Voting Areas, Study Shows

Thank You Brother, Ricin “O come, let us worship and bow down: let us kneel before the LORD our maker.”  Psalms 95:6 (KJV)  Ares of the...

Widowers Allege COVID-19 Treatment Protocols Led to Their Wives’ Deaths

“This would become the first of many lies from the hospital staff,” Matthew Cresto told The Epoch Times. “It became apparent to me that they purposely overestimated because he was born 6 pounds 5 ounces.”

Why Additional Engineered Plandemics Are Pretty Much Guaranteed

'No biodefense research is purely defensive - to do the work, you're automatically engaged in the creation of biological weapons.'

Climate change confusion: Extreme heat waves aren’t taking place more frequently than expected

“It was outrageous how extreme and severe that heat wave was,” says Karen McKinnon, an assistant professor of atmospheric and oceanic sciences and a part of the UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, in a university release. “Climate models struggle to capture events this extreme, and most early research puts the chances of it occurring at zero.”

OBGYN Tells Congress “Abortion is Not Health Care. It’s Always Lethal to an Unborn Child”

“Abortion not only poses risk to the mother. It is always lethal to an unborn child. It is my opinion that abortion is not...

Natural gas can’t be replaced by green sources, industry argues

“People have been misled to think they can live in a world without fossil fuel fuels,” Toby Rice, the president and CEO of Pittsburgh-based...

Will Conservative Momentum at Supreme Court Continue This Term?

The Supreme Court begins hearing cases for its new term Monday, following its customary summer recess. If this term is anything like the last...

Chief Justice of Pennsylvania Supreme Court Dead At 74

RIP Chief Justice Max Baer “O come, let us worship and bow down: let us kneel before the LORD our maker.”  Psalms 95:6 (KJV)  Tragic news...

Florida Power & Light system ‘will need to be rebuilt’ because of Hurricane Ian

According to tracking service, almost 2.4 million people in Florida have lost electricity, including most power customers in coastal Lee County and Charlotte...

CHAOS all over the world: UN food chief describes “destabilization of nations” resulting from FAMINE

Several years back, Donald Trump warned it was coming. Now, United Nations World Food Program Executive Director David Beasley is saying it has arrived.

New York Times Helps Biden Pretend He’s Fixing Border Asylum Scam, When He’s Literally Making It Worse

For a fleeting moment, I was almost convinced by The New York Times that President Biden has taken even an infinitesimally small step in...

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