Presidential Breach of Biden’s Duty

ANALYSIS / OPINION: The Biden regime’s gas lighting continues at a steady pace. In fact, it gets more and more bizarre as the seizures on their own escalate in fury. Take our “successful” departure from Afghanistan (we can “trust” the Taliban). Add a dose of Frontier Pixie Powder, and you’ve …

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Reviews | Can Joe Biden recover?

It was a good week for all those who were excited to question the 2020 elections. First there was something new evidence, reported in a new book on Politico writer Ben Schreckinger’s Biden family and in a Insider story on an aborted Libya-linked influence operation, suggesting that Hunter Biden’s famous …

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Perspectives: Where to draw the lines?

POINT: Mandrination is inevitable in a democracy By Hans von Spakovsky With the Census Bureau finally releasing its state demographics, the process of redefining political boundaries for local, state, and congressional seats begins. Anyone who believes there is a magical way to keep politics out of the redistribution process should …

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