Taxpayers Pay Millions To Fund Program To Promote Critical Race Theory

Federal Grant Records Show The U.S. Department Of Education Has Awarded Millions Of Taxpayer Dollars To Fund Critical Race Theory Training For Future Educators At Several Colleges Across The Country.

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New Unemployment Claims Fall Below Pre-Pandemic Levels

New Federal Jobs Data Shows The Number Of First-Time Filers For Unemployment Benefits Dropped To The Lowest Level In Decades. The Number Of Ongoing Unemployment Claims And Overall Unemployment, Though, Still Remain Higher Than Levels Before The Pandemic.

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Oil Reserves Released To Address Rising Gas Prices

President Joe Biden Announced Tuesday His Administration Will Release 50 Million Barrels Of Oil From The Strategic Petroleum Reserve To Help Address Skyrocketing Energy Costs.

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Biden Will Run For Reelection, Critics Point To Economic Concerns

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki Confirmed That President Joe Biden Will Run For Reelection In 2024, But Critics Have Been Quick To Point Out Economic Difficulties During His Presidency.

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Americans Overwhelmingly Support Religious Rights And Freedoms This Thanksgiving

The Majority Of Americans, 73%, Say Their Rights Come From God, Not Government, And Say Government Can’t Force Americans To Violate Their Religious Beliefs, According To A New Poll.

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Western Sheriffs Association Declares ‘No Confidence’ In DHS Secretary Mayorkas

The Western States Sheriffs’ Association Has Issued A Declaration Of “No Confidence” In Department Of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas Over His Handling Of The Border Crisis.

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October Southern Border Encounters See 129% Increase Over Last Year

Border Patrol Agents Encountered 129.7% More People At The Southern Border This Year Than Last, According To New Data Published By U.S. Customs And Border Protection.

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