President Trump’s pardon of retired General Michael Flynn, who fleetingly served as his first national-security adviser, was a justified act
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A Justified Pardon
President Trump’s pardon of retired General Michael Flynn, who fleetingly served as his first national-security adviser, was a justified act of clemency.
Nearly one-third of New Jersey and New York businesses have closed in 2020 due to virus lockdowns
Lockdowns in response to the coronavirus pandemic have caused nearly one-third of New York and New Jersey businesses to close since January.
Why Millions Don't Believe Trump Lost
The allegations of election fraud that have divided the country in the weeks since Nov. 3, and the dismissal of them by the establishment as “conspiracy theories,” remind me of another November day 57 years ago.
Supreme Court Sides with Religious Groups Against Andrew Cuomo, 5-4
The U.S. Supreme Court granted an injunction Wednesday evening against New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s restrictions on religious services.
Sidney Powell files lawsuits in Georgia and Michigan alleging mass voter fraud
Sidney Powell filed lawsuits in Georgia and Michigan late Wednesday, continuing efforts to reveal alleged voter fraud that she claims rigged President Trump of an election triumph.
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