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When we say it's time to provide health care to all our people, we're told we can't afford it. But if the stock market is in trouble, no problem! The government can just hand out $1.5 trillion to calm bankers on Wall Street.

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Good news for the doctors and nurses who valiantly took care of COVID patients, got COVID themselves, and who logically decided not to get vaccinated since nature already inoculated them.

It’s not the majority of Americans who want Roe v. Wade gone— 75% of people agree health decisions should be between a woman and her doctor. It’s conservative justices who got pushed on the court through raw political power. Now we've got to stand up and fight back.

Nobody is above the law—and there may have been serious violations of securities laws during the proposed merger of Digital World Acquisition Corp & Trump’s media company. I'm glad @SEC_News  a @FINRAd  are investigating.

Meadows also confirms my reporting from that weekend about Trump - who I wrote was on oxygen - having precariously low oxygen levels.

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Democrats are willing to be complicit in the ongoing genocide of the Uyghurs by the Chinese Communist Party because it advances their green ideology.

On December 6, 1865, the 13th amendment was ratified, abolishing slavery in the U.S. May this day remind us how much progress we have made and push us to continue standing for freedom and equal rights both at home and abroad.

Government's website to find Covid travel tests "is not serving its purpose", trade body says, amid warnings of misleading prices

David Harewood: ‘If I had my breakdown in America, somebody would’ve shot me’