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Biden Commerce Chief: Trump Tariffs on Steel and Aluminum are Effective

Three years back, the Trump administration slapped a 10 percent tariff on aluminum imports and a 25 percent tariff on steel imports because these...

White House Offers Condolences Following the Death of Prince Philip

Queen Elizabeth’s husband Prince Philip recently passed away at the age of 99. The longest-serving royal consort in British history, the Duke of Edinburgh...

Get Jabbed, Have a Smoke: Satire Website Highlights ‘Gifts For Vaccination’ Promotion by Businesses

Satire website ‘The Babylon Bee’ recently published an article about a fake ‘cigarettes for vaccine’ scheme that highlighted the issue of how companies are pushing benefits to inoculated individuals in a bid to promote vaccination. The ‘news’ is about cigarette manufacturer Marlboro offering a free carton of cigarettes to people who prove they are inoculated. […]

The CCP Pushes Propaganda Through Anti-American Institutions and ‘Influential People,’ Biden’s National Security Advisor and Twitter CEO Implicated

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has ties with several anti-American entities and individuals in the United States who work to subvert democracy, promote communism, and justify or deny Beijing’s wrongdoings. A recently uncovered media communiqué dating back to 2017 exposes a vast network of pro-CCP entities in the United States. The network pushes communist propaganda […]

US Trade Rep: China Tariffs to Remain in Place

During the Trump administration, Washington slapped tariffs on Chinese imports due to Beijing’s unfair trade practices. The Biden administration’s U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai revealed in an interview with the Wall Street Journal that the administration intends to maintain the Trump tariffs, at least for now. However, the government is being pressured by some American […]

Biden’s Border Crisis: 800,000 Migrants Expected, 30,000 Already Released Into US

Mark Morgan, Trump’s former commissioner of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), said that 30,000 illegal migrants had been released into the United States since January. In an interview with the Washington Examiner, Morgan stated that these releases were directly from the Border Patrol. The migrants were not transferred to the Immigration and Customs […]

Election Integrity: Many 2020 Presidential Election Irregularities in Montana

An article by John Lott, president of the Crime Prevention Research Center, has revealed signs of irregularity in the 2020 election between Trump and Biden. The irregularity has been discovered in Missoula County’s votes, a 2,600 square mile region in Montana. Last summer, then-governor Democrat Steve Bullock implemented a rule that allowed counties to conduct […]

Biden Administration Poses to Check Big Tech with FTC, NEC Nominations

With growing concern among the U.S. public about how much power Big Tech companies have, some concerned politicians and experts are trying to rein in the conglomerates. President Joe Biden’s administration recently nominated and appointed two young scholars who focus on Antitrust Law and have argued against Big Tech.  On March 22, Biden nominated an […]

Buttigieg Suggests ‘Vehicle Miles Tax’ to Fund $3 Trillion Infrastructure Plan

President Joe Biden is gathering support among lawmakers for his ambitious $3 trillion infrastructure plan. Many are apprehensive, however, about the source of funds for the project. Most lawmakers are opposed to the idea of taking on additional debt to fund it. There have been suggestions to raise taxes on wealthy individuals and corporates as […]

Biden’s Immigration Crisis: Crossings Will Hit Two-Decade High, Thousands of Children Still Locked Up

The number of migrants crossing through the Mexico border is set to hit a two-decade high, presenting a grave problem to Biden’s administration. Northern Commander Air Force General Glen VanHerck believes that the National Guard will keep supporting border security even after Sept. 30, when the deployment was originally scheduled to end. Secretary of Defense […]

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