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NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE N othing like this has ever happened in modern American journalism. There’s been incessant bias, sure. Events and stories have been ignored, of course. There have been loads of smears. We were just subjected to four years of Russian “collusion” fabulism. But now, most of the institutional media is openly colluding —
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Paramilitary police officers march in formation at the entrance to the Forbidden City on the day of the opening of the National People’s Congress in Beijing, China, May 22, 2020. (Thomas Peter/Reuters) He claims that if coronavirus “were a human enemy, Trump would have long ago run up the white flag, while China would be
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In late July Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, Google’s Sundar Pichai and Apple’s Tim Cook testified before Congress in the House Judiciary subcommittee on antitrust. Since 2016 and the election of Donald Trump the tech giants have been censoring and banning conservative voices online. The Gateway Pundit has been a huge target of these
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Sen. Joni Ernst (R., Iowa) attends a confirmation hearing of Judge Amy Coney Barrett on Capitol Hill, October 12, 2020. (Patrick Semansky/Pool via Reuters) Julie Gammack is a former Des Moines Register columnist who came across what she believed was “an email from Audubon [County] Farm Bureau pulling away from a Joni Ernst endorsement.” She
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The Enthusiasm is Spreading! There was a MASSIVE MAGA car caravan on Saturday in Puerto Rico! Advertisement – story continues below The enthusiasm for candidate Trump is OFF THE CHARTS!Americans, and Puerto Ricans, know we are in the political battle of our generation! Will we remain free?Or will we travel down the Socialist road of
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Syrian President Bashar al-Assad addresses Parliament members in Damascus in 2016. (SANA/Handout via Reuters) A senior White House official recently flew to Damascus to negotiate for the release of two American hostages, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday. The negotiations were carried out by Kash Patel, a deputy assistant to President Trump. While the talks
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Last week during his patty-cake town hall on ABC Joe Biden smeared US allies Poland and Hungary as totalitarian regimes like Belarus. This was an ignorant and disgusting attack on our NATO allies to score cheap political points. Comparing Hungary and Poland’s strong democracies to Belarus’ dictatorship is a massive insult Joe Biden owes apologies
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Another example of “safe and secure vote-by-mail” is playing out in Sammamish, Washington, a few miles east of Seattle. Garbage bags full of stolen ballots have been discovered on opposite ends of the town. KOMO news reports: Sammamish Police are investigating potential mail theft after two garbage bags of mail, which included ballots, were found
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(LIgorko/Getty Images) California, to be expected, Illinois too, but Arizona? It’s a measure, perhaps, of that state’s changing politics that it may soon be seeing an increase in income tax — and not a small one. The Tax Foundation: Arizona voters will decide whether to create a new fifth income tax bracket that would raise
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NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE A dam J. White, a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute who serves as executive director of George Mason University’s C. Boyden Gray Center for the Study of the Administrative State, writes in the Washington Post that Supreme Court confirmation hearings are “indispensable.” White contends that hearings are worth preserving because
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(jaflippo/Getty Images) Few Americans understand the degree to which the Constitution’s safeguards are being whittled away. We must remind them of these safeguards. The following article is adapted from James L. Buckley’s remarks at National Review Institute’s William F. Buckley Jr. Prize Dinner “Gala at Home,” October 5, 2020. James L. Buckley received the 2020
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Then-Republican Ohio gubernatorial candidate Mike DeWine speaks at a campaign rally with President Trump in Cleveland, Ohio., November 5, 2018. (Carlos Barria/Reuters) Ohio election facilities cannot bar maskless voters from casting their ballots, Governor Mike DeWine said on Thursday, even in light of a statewide mandate requiring masks in public places. Poll workers and elections
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