Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) on Wednesday announced what his office branded a “first of its kind in the nation” legislation to combat both woke corporations and Marxist ideologies such as Critical Race Theory (CRT) in schools and places of employment across the Sunshine State.
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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Goes on Offense Against Critical Race Theory, Proposes the Stop WOKE Act
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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Goes on Offense Against Critical Race Theory, Proposes the Stop WOKE Act
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) on Wednesday announced what his office branded a “first of its kind in the nation” legislation to combat both woke corporations and Marxist ideologies such as Critical Race Theory (CRT) in schools and places of employment across the Sunshine State.
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Jan. 6 committee admits to altering text message between Mark Meadows and Jim Jordan
Jan. 6 committee admits to altering text message between Mark Meadows and Jim Jordan
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The Jan. 6 committee admitted that it changed a text message between former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows and Rep. Jim Jordan, excluding relevant context about how they wanted then-Vice President Mike Pence to handle electoral votes.
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The true cost of Biden's agenda
The true cost of Biden's agenda
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President Joe Biden and Capitol Hill Democrats are racing to pass their massive social spending bill, but no one should have any illusions about what BBB, the final piece in the Democrats' COVID-year spending orgy, costs. After a lot of deceptive claims from Democrats, we finally have an answer.
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Supreme Court Rejects Religious Liberty Challenge To New York Vaccine Mandate
Supreme Court Rejects Religious Liberty Challenge To New York Vaccine Mandate
The Supreme Court rejected Monday a challenge from New York health care workers who argued their state’s vaccine mandate violated their religious liberty.
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Kamala Harris Announces $1.2B Private Sector Investment in Central America as Border Crisis Continues
Kamala Harris Announces $1.2B Private Sector Investment in Central America as Border Crisis Continues
Vice President Kamala Harris on Monday announced that American corporations and international organizations have agreed to invest $1.2 billion in Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras to improve the economies of those Central American countries as thousands of migrants from there and elsewhere continue to surge across the U.S. border with Mexico.
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