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"When the speech condemns a free press, you are hearing the words of a tyrant!" -- Thomas Jefferson
The indictment of Former President Donald Trump has been denounced by prominent figures such as Twitter CEO Elon Musk, Florida Governor and 2024 Presidential hopeful Ron DeSantis, and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy.
On Thursday, 45th President Donald Trump was indicted on seven charges for his alleged mishandling of classified documents.
“I never thought it possible that such a thing could happen to a former President of the United States, who received far more votes than any sitting President in the History of our Country, and is currently leading, by far, all Candidates, both Democrat and Republican, in Polls of the 2024 Presidential Election,” Trump said in a Truth Social post blasting the indictment.
Other figures joined the 45th President and blasted the indictment calling it a “weaponization of the federal law enforcement.”
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis condemned the federal indictment of former President Donald Trump — and used his statement about it to campaign.
Joe Biden has yet to be interviewed by the special counsel investigating the stolen classified documents he stored at the Penn Biden Center and in his Delaware garage.
A new poll from Gallup indicates that the number of Americans who identify as social and economic conservatives is the highest it has been in a decade.
The GOP Committee on Weaponization on Thursday uncovered new information suggesting the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is targeting Elon Musk’s Twitter.
On Thursday, police arrested a migrant from Syria for a mass stabbing attack targeting children in a park in Annecy, France.
Joe Biden on Thursday held a joint press conference with UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak after their bilateral meeting in the Oval Office.
Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) called on Joe Biden to release his and the Biden family’s bank and LLC records on Thursday in response to Biden’s answer to a reporter’s question about bribery allegations contained in the FBI FD-1023 form reviewed by members of the House Oversight Committee earlier in the day.
In a recent interview, Mark Zuckerberg, the co-founder and CEO of Facebook, admitted the difficulties his platform faced in combating COVID-19 misinformation during the pandemic due to frequent inconsistencies by the scientific establishment.
The city of San Francisco used to pride itself on the number of business conventions that were held there each year and it was great for all of the hotels in the city too.
He will be arraigned in Miami on Tuesday. The Biden regime decided to indict Trump over having classified documents at Mar-A-Lago.
Solar power generation in parts of the northeastern United States has taken a significant hit in recent weeks, primarily due to smoke from wildfires in Canada. A thick shroud of smoke has caused solar power production in these areas to plummet by more than 50%.
For years now Democrats have been pushing pornographic cartoon books into American classrooms. Several of the book include drawings of children and adults in sex acts.
Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-TX) is expected to introduce a bill Friday that would reauthorize a program providing taxpayer funding for children’s hospitals with a catch: No hospital that provides transgender treatments to minors will be eligible.
If you want to see Taylor Swift on Friday in Detroit, you can go online to vividseats.com and buy a ticket right now — for $1,157.
A Committee in the Republican-controlled Texas House that launched an investigation into Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton over allegations of misconduct met with a former Obama White House lawyer and major Democrat donor during the course of the investigation.
An emergency text line backed by Major League Baseball directed an undercover watchdog group posing as someone struggling with his gender to a chat room for young people that reportedly allows sexually explicit conversations, the American Accountability Foundation reported.
Apple fans who wear glasses will have to fork out an additional $600 fee for their headsets, a respected leaker claims.
A 'supervolcano' in a densely populated part of Italy could be on the verge of its first eruption since 1538, researchers have warned.
The Campi Flegrei volcano near Naples, southern Italy, has become weaker and more prone to rupturing, making an eruption more likely, the experts say.
Located about nine miles (14.5 km) to the west of Naples, it is one of the few active supervolcanoes in the world.
Around 360,000 people live at Campi Flegrei and may need to evacuate if experts think it's in immediate danger of an eruption, although scientists say there's no guarantee one will occur anytime soon.
The attorney for the parents of The Covenant School school shooter notified a court on Thursday that they intend to assign rights of the manifesto to the families of the victims, according to NewsChannel 5.
Just before the news broke that former President Trump was indicted on federal charges, famed attorney and Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz, who represented Trump in his first impeachment trial, blasted the seemingly endless investigations into Trump.
Top Republicans and conservatives from around the country were outraged on Thursday in response to the news that former President Donald Trump had been indicted.
President Joe Biden has yet to provide an interview for the Department of Justice (DOJ) investigation into his handling of classified documents, according to three sources familiar with the matter.
Professional golfer Bryson DeChambeau defended Saudi Arabia during an interview this week after it was announced that the PGA Tour and the Saudi-backed LIV Golf would merge and form a new golf league.
The San Francisco Sheriff’s Office was roasted after it posted a video this week highlighting the department’s third annual Pride flag raising.
Podcast giant Joe Rogan slammed Target and Bud Light this week for taking actions to appease woke customers that have ended up costing both companies billions of dollars in value.
Then-Vice President Joe Biden allegedly accepted a $5 million bribe from an executive at the Ukrainian gas company Burisma, where his son Hunter Biden was paid $1 million per year to sit on its board.
According to a report from Middle East Eye, the US and Iran are near a deal that would reduce Iran’s uranium enrichment in exchange for sanctions relief, although it’s not certain that a final agreement will be reached.
Sources told MEE that direct talks between US and Iranian officials have been taking place on US soil, which marks a significant diplomatic development between the two nations as previous negotiations were indirect and took place in Vienna.
President Biden’s special envoy for Iran, Robert Malley, has been leading the US delegation. The Iranian delegation has been led by Amir Saeed Iravani, the Iranian ambassador to the United Nations.
The MEE report said that the US wasn’t interested in restoring the original 2015 nuclear deal, known as the JCPOA, but an interim agreement is on the table. The deal would involve Iran stopping enriching uranium at 60%.
This week’s bombshell news that the CIA knew of Ukraine’s plans to sabotage the Nord Stream pipeline three months before it blew up hasn’t given pause to some Western political leaders and commentators who are already suggesting that Russia might be behind the Kakhovka Dam explosion in Ukraine on Tuesday.
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg blamed Russia without blaming Russia Wednesday, saying “this is an outrageous act, which demonstrates — once again — the brutality of Russia’s war against Ukraine.” An unnamed “senior NATO official” later told NBC that Russia would stand to benefit.
German chancellor Olaf Sholz was a bit more direct, saying he saw the attack as a “new dimension” of Russia’s war, and again, without coming right out and blaming Russia, said that it “fits the way Putin is waging this war.”
While it may be too soon to make “a definitive judgment,” said UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, if proven an intentional act, “it would represent the largest attack on civilian infrastructure in Ukraine since the start of the war” and “demonstrate new lows” on behalf of Russia, he told reporters Wednesday as he embarked on a trip to meet with President Biden in Washington.