Biden administration’s border woes increasing, as 2022 draws to a close

Post Content After a 2022 that saw record numbers of migrants hit the southern border, the Biden administration’s ongoing border and immigration challenges are only increasing – as it stares down a looming end to its ability to expel migrants under Title 42, and an incoming Republican Congress demanding answers. A federal judge ruled earlier […]

Louisiana Amendment 1 seeks to prevent noncitizen voting

Post Content A joint resolution passed by both houses of Louisiana state government is up for vote in a December 10th statewide special election. If it passes, Amendment 1 will codify in the Louisiana constitution that only American citizens can vote in any level of election statewide. Baton Rouge, Louisiana Skyline and State Capitol on […]

Marcus Rashford revitalised to give England hope of World Cup glory

Read More Moments after England eased into the last 16 of this World Cup with a painlessly efficient 3-0 victory against Wales, Marcus Rashford jogged over to supporters and began to frenetically pump his fists. It was a moment of release – and sweet resurrection. Having slayed the Welsh dragon, Gareth Southgate’s Three Lions will […]

Senate passes same-sex marriage bill with bipartisan support

Post Content The U.S. Senate passed the Respect for Marriage Act Tuesday in a bipartisan vote of 61 to 36, which will require the federal government to recognize all marriages, including same-sex marriages, that are legal in the state where they took place. The measure will now move to the House, where it is expected […]

Montana AG: UPS, FedEx Working With Feds to Track Gun Purchases

Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen claims shipping companies UPS and FedEx are helping the Biden administration skirt laws that prohibit the federal government from creating a national gun owner registry, according to a letter sent to the companies Tuesday.

Mass Defiance in China Shows Populace Fed Up With Communist Control

Read More A blank sheet of white paper has become the latest symbol of defiance in communist China. From Beijing to Shanghai, throngs of protesters over the weekend held wordless papers high to vent their frustrations over the regime’s harsh COVID rules, while digital white rectangles inundated feeds on the country’s largest social media platform […]