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Here is Jovan Pulitzer’s election fraud investigation report (the U.S. Congress was not interested)

Pattern recognition specialist Jovan Hutton Pulitzer has released his report on election fraud and foreign interference in the 2020 election

Big Tech Coalition Developing a Digital COVID Vaccination Passport

A coalition of tech and health organizations including Oracle, Microsoft, and the Mayo Clinic, is reportedly working to develop a digital COV

'Calm before the storm': Uneasy quiet descends on DC and Congress ahead of inauguration

An uneasy peace has settled in Washington, D.C., with a week to go before Inauguration Day and a week after deadly violence tore through Capi

North Dakota Bill Would Let Censored Citizens File Lawsuits Against Facebook, Twitter

A bill proposed by Republican lawmakers in North Dakota could enable lawsuits to be filed against Twitter and Facebook by users who have seen

Bail fund promoted by Kamala Harris won't share records of alleged criminals it sprung from jail

A bail fund promoted by Vice President-elect Kamala Harris that reportedly helped bail out several accused and convicted criminals — at least

Critical Race Theory Infiltrates Government, Classrooms

Critical theory, an ideology that has dropped deep roots into America’s most powerful institutions, is opposed to the very foundation of West

YouTube Suspends Trump for a Week, following Facebook and Twitter Ban

YouTube announced on Tuesday night that it would suspend President Trump’s account for at least seven days, joining other tech platforms that

How Silicon Valley, in a Show of Monopolistic Force, Destroyed Parler

In the last three months, tech giants have censored political speech and journalism to manipulate U.S. politics, while liberals, with virtual

6 videos of Democrats calling for violence or physical confrontations that are still active on Twitter

Videos of Democrats during the Trump administration calling for their supporters to confront Republicans physically or warning of “civil unre

The Democrats’ Ineffectual Impeachment Strategy

On the menu today: Congressional Democrats launch their impeachment effort and make just about every mistake possible along the way.

Biden Has Ties To 5 Major Tech Companies

At least 14 people who President-elect Joe Biden has picked to serve either in his administration or to advise his transition have worked for

Nancy Pelosi Announces Plan for Another Impeachment of Donald Trump

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced Sunday that the House of Representatives would move to impeach President Donald Trump again after some o

Parler Deplatformed

Parler, the social media platform popular with conservatives, could be offline longer than expected after a handful of Big Tech companies hav

U.S. Economy Lost 140,000 Jobs in December, Unemployment Unchanged at 6.7%

The U.S. economy shed 140,000 jobs in December and the unemployment rate held steady at 6.7 percent, according to data released Friday.

10 Times Democrats Urged Violence Against Trump And His Supporters

While Democratic politicians and the corporate media blamed President Donald Trump for the mob riot at the Capitol on Wednesday, saying his r

Miami Doctor Dies After Receiving First Dose Of Pfizer Vaccine

As the US sees 4K confirmed COVID-19 deaths in a single day, the CDC is reporting another shocking potential reaction to the new mRNA-vector

14-Year Veteran Who Served Four Tours Murdered

The woman who was shot in the neck and killed inside the Capitol building on Wednesday afternoon has been identified as Ashli Babbitt, a 14-y

Zuckerberg says Facebook may block Trump 'indefinitely'

Facebook will keep President Trump off of its platform for the duration of his time in office, and perhaps "indefinitely," according to a blo

Trump calls for peace

President Trump called for peace Wednesday, and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy condemned protesters who breached the Capitol Hill compl

Congress halts vote certification, recesses as protesters breach Capitol Hill buildings

Protesters on Wednesday breeched Capitol Hill buildings, forcing Congress to halt proceedings and members to shelter in place.