Iran Claims They Are Armed and Prepared To Speed Up “Turning New York Into Hellish Ruins”

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Iran has found itself in uncharted territory this year. With Russia out of play in the world oil market, and US sanctions making it nearly impossible for them to sell their oil, they have little reason to care about additional economic sanctions against their country. They still have many people not eating and others barely making it, so more...

The Mormon Church Is Guilty of Horrendous Sexual Abuse…Possibly Worse Than the Catholic Church

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Bishop John Herrod of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, commonly known as the Mormon church, was counseling a fellow church member over his pornography addiction when the man dropped a bomb in the Bishop’s lap by admitting to sexually abusing his 5-year-old daughter, MJ.  Herrod, also an Arizona Mormon community family physician, followed church protocol by calling...

Biden Admin Started Fire, Destroying Homes… Now Victims Have to Pay!

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Most of us might not have realized it, but back in May, the US Forest Service began a few controlled burns in the southwestern state of New Mexico. It’s not all that unusual for them, as controlled burns have proven to eliminate the likelihood of wildfires beginning and causing untold amounts of damage and danger. However, things don’t always go...

Sens. Sanders, Warren Set To Give Billionaires Free Pass After Years Of Knocking Tax Loopholes

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After the repeal of the carried interest tax provision that targeted billionaires, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and Massachusetts Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren, both independents, will vote on the Inflation Reduction Act. According to Democrats, the social spending and tax measures — which are largely reduced from the original $3 trillion-plus “Build back Better” bill — would spend $433 billion and...

Jennette McCurdy Was Offered $300,000 in Hush Money, Pressured to Drink Alcohol as Child Star at Nickelodeon

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Jennette McCurdy, a Nickelodeon actress well-known for her roles on “iCarly” and “Sam & Cat”, claims that she was offered hush money and drink alcohol as a child star. In her memoir, “I’m glad my mother died”, she writes that someone took a picture of her in a bikini at a wardrobe fitting. She called the person who took the...

Poll Shows Democrats Have Begun to Regain Voter Trust on Key Issues

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A Morning Consult Poll has shown that voters are beginning to trust Democrats again on certain issues. Democrats are now leading on topics like health care, voting rights, and COVID-19. They also have a greater lead in the “Who do trust?” question on a specific issue. The poll found that “Congressional Democrats have an average advantage over congressional Republicans of...

Progressive Groups Take Aim At Sinema

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A decision by Senator Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.) to close the carried interest loophole in a tax and social spending bill is up for debate across the country has angered progressive groups across the country. She claims she is giving a tax break to the wealthy. Thursday’s announcement by the Arizona Democrat was that she would “move ahead” in her support...

For People’s Park in Berkeley, It’s Deja Vu All Over Again

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Berkeley saw a large protest on Thursday for student housing. The striking symmetry of this protest deserves to be mentioned. Berkeley was the scene of the People’s Park protest, a symbol of 1960s rebellion and chaos. In 1969, the state and city wanted to construct a sports arena in a residential neighborhood. Berkeley’s radicals protested the invasion of bulldozers to...

Does Alex Jones Deserve Defending?

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Texas jury orders InfoWars founder Alex Jones to pay $4M in compensatory damage to Neil Heslin and Scarlett Lewis. Jesse Lewis was among the victims of Sandy Hook Elementary School’s mass murder, in Newtown, Connecticut 2012 by Adam Lanza. Lewis and Heslin requested at least $150M. Jones is not having a good week, as fellow RedStater Joe Cunningham noted this...

Rahm Emanuel, U.S. Ambassador to Japan, Talks About Chinese Economic Coercion 

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The United States and Japan are taking the lead to counter the efforts of China to use their economic power to force political change in countries around the world. The two nations are also working with other like-minded countries.  The U.S. ambassador to Japan, Rahm Emanual, talked about this effort in a Tuesday interview with The Associated Press. Emanuel, who was...