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Senate Approves Continuing Resolution to Avoid Government Shutdown Till Mid-December

Senate Approves Continuing Resolution to Avoid Government Shutdown Till Mid-December

By Mark Tapscott Senate Democrats, joined by 22 Republicans, approved a Continuing Resolution (CR) Thursday afternoon that would keep the federal government from closing on Friday, the last day of the 2022 Fiscal Year. With the 72-25 vote, the CR that maintains current spending levels through Dec. 16 also provides more than $15 billion in additional U.S.…

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Durham Prosecutes FBI Informants, While Protecting Their Handlers

By Paul Sperry Since being named special counsel in October 2020, John Durham has investigated or indicted several unscrupulous anti-Trump informants. But he has spared the FBI agents who handled them, raising suspicions he’s letting investigators off the hook in his waning investigation of misconduct in the Russiagate probe. In recent court filings, Durham has portrayed the G-men as…

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Biden Admin Gives $41 Million in Contracts to Soros-Linked Group to Help Illegal Aliens Fight Deportations

By Frank Fang The Biden administration awarded $41.3 million in federal contracts to an advocacy group aligned with the progressive left’s Vera Institute of Justice, which helps illegal immigrants fight deportation from the United States. The Acacia Center for Justice—a Washington-based nonprofit created through a collaboration between the Vera Institute of Justice and the Capital…

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Republicans Seek to Divert IRS Enforcement Funding Boost for Border Security

By Tom Ozimek House Republicans have released a draft bill that would halt the nearly $50 billion funding boost for Internal Revenue Service (IRS) enforcement in the “Inflation Reduction Act” and instead use the money to bolster border security. Called the “Diverting IRS Resources to the Exigent Crisis Through (DIRECT) Funds for Border Security Act” (pdf), the…

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Americans Want Less Government

By Ken Sheffert Democrats nationally and regionally have consistently voted for more government control, leaving less control by individuals over their own lives. Here in NH, Democrats have a well documented history of repeatedly and consistently voting: – Against parents’ control of their own children – For policies that raise the cost of electricity and…

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FBI Agents Improperly Saw Privileged Trump Communications: Lawyers

By Zachary Stieber The FBI team that seized documents from former president Donald Trump’s resort improperly viewed communications between Trump and an attorney, violating attorney-client privilege for a third time, lawyers for Trump said in a new filing. The filter process set up by the government to try to prevent FBI agents from viewing privileged materials has already…

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2 Million Floridians Without Power as Weakened Ian Batters Peninsula

By Caden Pearson More than 2 million are without power Wednesday night as a weakened Hurricane Ian batters the Florida Peninsula after making landfall hours earlier over the state’s west coast as a Category 4. As of 11 p.m. local time, Ian decreased to a Category 1 system with top sustained wind speeds of 90 mph, continuing to…

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Six Minnesota Counties Have 515 Duplicate Registrations on Voter Rolls, Watchdog Alleges

By Steven Kovac Six weeks before the midterm elections, six Minnesota county election officials are alleged to have failed to remove 515 duplicate registrations from the voter rolls in their jurisdictions, according to a complaint by the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF), a watchdog organization dedicated to ensuring lawful and fair elections. In September 2020,…

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Blinken, Mayorkas Should Secure US Border or Face Congressional Investigation: GOP Lawmaker

By Frank Fang Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas have been warned that they will face congressional probes if they can’t secure the southern border and reduce the flow of illegal migrants from Venezuela. Rep. Yvette Herrell (R-N.M.) issued the warning on Sept. 27, in a Twitter post revealing her recent letter to the…

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FBI Changes Total Number of Documents Seized From Trump’s Estate

By Zachary Stieber The FBI on Sept. 26 changed the total number of documents it said it seized from former President Donald Trump’s estate. Sixty-three additional documents or photographs without classification markings were taken from Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort than previously listed by the FBI, according to an updated inventory list. The revised inventory was submitted to the federal court…

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Department of Justice Seeks Another Delay in Turning Over Documents From Mar-a-Lago to Trump

By Zachary Stieber U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) lawyers are seeking another delay in allowing lawyers for former President Donald Trump to peruse documents seized in August from Trump’s Florida estate. The DOJ was supposed to provide electronic copies of the documents to Trump attorneys and U.S. District Judge Raymond Dearie, the special master in the case, no later…

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Hurricane Ian Strengthens to ‘Extremely Dangerous’ Category 4 as Florida Braces for Impact

By Tom Ozimek Forecasters say Hurricane Ian has strengthened to an “extremely dangerous” Category 4 storm as it nears Florida’s west coast, with warnings of catastrophic storm surge, screaming winds, destructive waves, heavy rainfall, and life-threatening flooding. In a series of early morning advisories on Sept. 28, the National Hurricane Center (NHC) said that Hurricane Ian was “rapidly intensifying” and…

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Most Americans Support Biden’s Student Loan Handout Until They Realize It Raises Taxes: Poll

By Bill Pan A majority of Americans would oppose President Joe Biden’s plan to “forgive” billions of dollars of federal student loan debt if it led to higher taxes, according to a recent poll. The survey (pdf), conducted by British data company YouGov on behalf of the libertarian Cato Institute, found that 64 percent of American adults said…

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