Dem-Majority FCC Helping George Soros Fast-Track Takeover of Nationwide Radio Network: ‘This Is Scary’

New York Post Left-leaning billionaire George Soros is trying to recruit the Democrat-controlled Federal Communications Commission to help fast track his takeover of the nation’s second-biggest radio network. Soros, 93, pumped $400 million into Audacy in February, a network which reaches 165 million monthly listeners and includes a handful of conservative…

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‘Pandora’s Box’ of Polyamory, Child Marriages Possible Under Proposed California Amendment, Group Warns

Fox News A pro-family California organization is warning that a proposed state constitutional amendment to eliminate the traditional definition of marriage from state law could potentially open up “Pandora’s box” to legitimize polyamorous, incestuous and child marriages. Assembly Constitutional Amendment 5 (ACA 5), which aims to repeal Proposition 8’s language that states…

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Top Biden Aides Worry over ‘Scary’ Situation of President Not Having a Serious Plan to Beat Trump: Report

Fox News Democratic strategists and advisers to President Biden are revealing concerns about the campaign’s direction and leadership with just months to go before the election in November.  A Democratic strategist who communicates with the Biden campaign said that he doesn’t know what plan Biden’s inner circle has to beat former President…

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Utah Gov. Accuses Denver Mayor of Sending Immigrants Without ‘Notification or Approval’

Washington Examiner Gov. Spencer Cox (R-UT) blasted Colorado’s Mayor of Denver, Mike Johnston (D), for sending immigrants to the state without notice. “We recently learned that the Democrat mayor of Denver has been sending illegal immigrants to Utah without proper notification or approval. This is completely unacceptable and follows on the failed catch-and-release policy of…

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Justice Department Won’t Prosecute Merrick Garland for Contempt over Refusal to Provide Audio of Biden’s Interview in Classified Docs Case

New York Post Attorney General Merrick Garland will not be prosecuted for contempt of Congress because his refusal to turn over audio of President Joe Biden’s interview in his classified documents case “did not constitute a crime,” the Justice Department said Friday. In a letter to House Speaker Mike Johnson, a Justice Department official…

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Senate Republicans Reject Democrats’ IVF Bill as ‘Fearmongering’ over Reproductive Rights

Washington Times Senate Republicans rejected another Democratic election-year messaging bill on reproductive issues Thursday, this one focused on protecting access to in vitro fertilization. The text vote failed 48-47, a similar margin to last week’s unsuccessful Senate vote to begin debate on a bill to codify the right to contraception. Both measures…

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Jill Biden Appears to Tell Joe Biden Not to Sit at D-Day Ceremony, but He Does Anyway

New York Post President Biden was spotted awkwardly fumbling for his seat as other dignitaries remained standing during a poignant D-Day commemoration ceremony in France on Thursday. The 81-year-old could be seen grasping for his chair in the middle of the stage in Normandy, France — despite his wife, First Lady Jill Biden, and French President Emmanuel Macron…

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Trump’s Vice Presidential Contenders Recently Received Vetting Materials: Report

Washington Examiner As next month’s Republican National Convention approaches, it appears former President Donald Trump’s vice presidential search is intensifying. Vice presidential candidates “recently received vetting materials,” five sources familiar with the process told NBC News.  NBC News confirmed that Gov. Doug Burgum (R-ND) is among those who have received materials. He’s a familiar name in Trump’s…

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Google Collected Children’s Voices, License Plate Numbers and Car Pool Routes, Privacy Breach Leak Reveals: Report

New York Post A trove of leaked internal documents shows that Google collected children’s voice data, and recorded license plate numbers and car pool routes including home addresses, according to a report. The privacy breaches included thousands of alarming incidents that were flagged by Google employees between 2013 and 2018, 404…

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Trump Appears to Close Biden’s Fundraising Gap with $52 Million Haul

Washington Examiner The campaign for former President Donald Trump said it raised an eye-popping $52.8 million through online donations following Trump’s guilty conviction in his criminal hush money case. On Friday morning, a little more than 12 hours after the verdict was announced, the campaign announced it had fundraised $34.8 million. The claim from the campaign cannot be…

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