Fauci is ‘Operating as a Pawn of the Chinese Communist Party’

Republican Rep. Madison Cawthorn of North Carolina went on a podcast Wednesday to accuse Dr. Anthony Fauci of being “a pawn” of the Chinese government and promised to “prosecute” him should the GOP retake the House majority in 2022. The 25-year-old congressman was spring-boarding off of Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul’s call from earlier this week to refer Fauci to the Department of Justice after their heated exchange on Capitol Hill Tuesday. Paul and Cawthorn believes a possible virus leak from a Wuhan lab was nefarious not accidental, tying it to Fauci and…

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Brave Basketball Star Stands Up to the NBA, Nike & China

The Big 3 is a new basketball league looking to change the game. It was created by long time hip hop star Ice Cube and entertainment executive Jeff Kwatinetz. The league aims to create a new realm of sports entertainment away from the social disinformation construction that has become the NBA. It’s three on three small game basketball, looking to focus on the capabilities of keeping a limited team playing on the court of all stars, hall-of-famers and world champions. As its popularity continues to increase on the modern stage,…

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China to Buy America’s Farmland

China and the tentacles of communism have been slowly reaching into our nation for decades. I have previously written about the serious threat to our electrical grid and the infiltration into our system there. Apps like TikTok are ever present and remain available to influence our children and reach into our homes. Hollywood has long been consumed by the need to satisfy the Chinese market. This has resulted in the onslaught of awful films we see today that continue to ruin the American movie machine. Our music industry is another…

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Florida Company Under Investigation After Assassination in Haiti

Miami-based company CTU Security is under investigation following the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse last week. CTU (an acronym for Counter Terrorist Unit) offers personal security details, weapons and self-defense training, and access to military equipment including bomb disposal suits and armored vehicles. According to its website, CTU offers “first-class personalized products and services to law enforcement and military units, as well as industrial customers.” President Moïse was killed on July 7th when a group of mercenaries posing as DEA agents infiltrated his home. He was shot 12 times…

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Biden Takes on Cuba?

This week, Cuba has erupted in mass protests across the country against the brutal dictatorship that has oppressed its people for over 60 years. On Sunday, thousands of people went to the streets across 40 different cities to oppose the oppression in a desperate cry for freedom and human rights within the nation. In response, the government has cracked down on any dissidence. It has furthermore decided to shut down internet services within the country to reduce the flow of information as tensions continue to escalate. Florida Governor Ron Desantis sent…

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Sorry Leftists: Open Borders Will Fail

Immigration policy is one of the most highly contested topics in America, with hyperbole, name-calling, and anger replacing logic in most quarters. Whether we’re talking about illegal immigration from Mexico and Central America or the influx of migrants coming from the Middle East and Africa, the arguments for and against remain the same – indicating that cultural differences are not a consideration for those who believe in maintaining or expanding current policies. Libertarians have claimed that a government actively keeping immigrants out would be committing state violence, violating the non-aggression…

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“It’s OK to Execute White People” Says Richard Taite

Richard Taite, founder of the Democratic PAC Democracy Preservation Initiative, deleted his Twitter account last week after suggesting that it was okay to execute white people.  “It is absolutely okay to drag white people out of their cars and execute them in front of their children,” tweeted Pedro L. Gonzalez, paraphrasing Taite’s post. “I’m sure these people will come around now that the Republican Party has gone woke, right?” Richard Taite made the now-deleted post in response to footage of a shooting that occurred earlier this month in Chicago’s Humboldt…

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SCOTUS to Add New Leftist Judge?

Liberal Justice Stephen Breyer, at 82 the oldest member of the U.S. Supreme Court, said he has not decided whether to retire, telling CNN in an interview published on Thursday his health and the court’s future are the main factors he is weighing. Some liberal activists have urged Breyer to retire soon so President Joe Biden can appoint a younger successor who could serve for decades in the lifetime post. Biden’s fellow Democrats narrowly control the U.S. Senate, which has confirmation power for nominees to the federal judiciary. Asked if…

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Why Elon Musk Turned Down Wall Street

Elon Musk said he turned down Wall Street jobs to focus on technology. “I was offered several high-paid jobs on Wall Street. I declined,” Tesla Inc.’s chief executive officer told his lawyer during questioning at a trial in Wilmington, Delaware, over the company’s SolarCity acquisition in 2016. Musk attended the University of Pennsylvania and moved to Silicon Valley during the dot-com boom. He founded a company that eventually became PayPal Holdings Inc., and made his first millions when PayPal was sold to EBay Inc. Back when Musk was beginning his…

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Communism Fails Again. Cuba in leftist crisis

Thousands of Cubans took to the streets from Havana to Santiago on Sunday in rarely seen protests, expressing frustration over economic conditions, the pace of COVID-19 vaccinations and what they said was government neglect. President Miguel Diaz-Canel, who also heads the Communist Party, blamed the United States for the unrest in a nationally televised speech on Sunday afternoon. Special forces jeeps, with machine guns mounted on the back, were seen in the capital, Havana, and Diaz-Canel called on supporters to confront “provocations.” Thousands of people gathered in downtown Havana and…

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