Mark Levin: The Ruling class is in REVOLT

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What kind of county do we want to live in? America is in a battle between liberty and tyranny, good vs. evil. We see a perverted form of law being forced upon Americans, where the rules are crimes. Mark Levin pulled from great minds from history to illustrate the kind of country Biden's Department...

Poll: GOP voters rally to Trump, DeSantis loses support for 2024 after FBI raid

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Republican voters are rallying behind former President Donald Trump after the FBI raided his Mar-a-Lago home in Palm Beach, Florida, last week, according to a new poll that shows Trump gaining support in a hypothetical 2024 GOP primary to the detriment of his closest competitor, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R). GOP officials blasted the Biden administration and...

Man vs. machine: Oregon man reportedly attempts to evade police using construction excavator

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An Oregon man was arrested after he led police on a slow-speed chase -- in a construction excavator. On Sunday, the Washington County Sheriff's Office reported that deputies arrested Jesse B. Shaw after he attempted to elude them in the construction excavator he had been driving when they arrived. Police say Shaw drove the excavator a half of...

New school board proposal would severely restrict student expression

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A Pennsylvania school board is revising district policies on academic freedom, student expression, and the selection of library books. According to the Bucks County Courier Times, the Pennridge School Board argues that such measures are necessary to protect students from teachers who advance social and political causes. Other policies are needed to protect students from "age-inappropriate content," said...

Joe Rogan STUNNED when guest shares ‘f***ing wild’ conspiracy theory: ‘Hey bro, you need a 23andMe right away’

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During a recent episode of "The Joe Rogan Experience," podcast host Joe Rogan was left stunned when his guest comedian Sam Tripoli brought up a bizarre conspiracy theory that has been shared widely online linking Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to the late communist dictator Fidel Castro. Rogan made it clear that he was just humoring the far-fetched...

National Review: Text messages contradict New York Times, support Bari Weiss claim that Times senior editor wanted Chuck Schumer’s opinion on Tim Scott op-ed

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A second source has reportedly come forward to support former New York Times opinion editor Bari Weiss' jaw-dropping claim that an editor at the Times once insisted that Democratic Majority Leader Sen. Chuck Schumer (N.Y.) be consulted before the paper published an op-ed by Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.). The New York Times has repeatedly denied the allegation....

Heroic HS football players rush to wrecked car as smoke pours from hood — and rescue woman trapped inside: ‘These kids really did run right into danger’

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A group of Georgia high school football players didn't hesitate last week when they spotted a wrecked car and ran over to help, only to find a woman driver trapped inside -- and smoke pouring from the vehicle's hood. Image source: WAGA-TV video screenshot What are the details? Luis Goya, a math...

Constitutional lawyer sounds alarm over ‘deeply concerning’ action DOJ is taking against man whose prison sentence Trump commuted

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George Washington Law School professor Jonathan Turley, a self-described liberal, is raising concern over new Justice Department action against a person whose prison sentence was commuted by former President Donald Trump. What is the background? Philip Esformes was sentenced to 20 years in prison in 2019 after he was convicted for running an alleged health care fraud scheme...

The rosary called an ‘extremist symbol’ in the Atlantic

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Though American Catholics -- who constitute approximately 25% of the population -- may regard the rosary as a set of prayers in honor of the Virgin Mary that can be tracked on a string of knots or beads, according to an article published by the Atlantic on August 14, it has "become an extremist symbol." That was the...

Minneapolis school district agrees to ‘excess’ white teachers first in the event of layoffs, signaling shift in union focus from ‘seniority’ to ‘underrepresented populations’

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Minneapolis Public Schools and the Minneapolis Federation of Teachers have come to an agreement that will, among other things, protect members of "underrepresented populations" from possible layoffs at the expense of white teachers with more experience. The two sides came to the agreement back in March to end a two-week strike. According to the Tennessee Star, the agreement...