Missouri Couple Pleads Guilty To Protecting Their Home From Rioters – What Would Happen In Tennessee?

A Missouri Couple Now Has Criminal Records For Brandishing Firearms To Protect Their Property During BLM Riots. Would Homeowners Face The Same Charges If This Happened In The State Of Tennessee?

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Jury Finds Former Police Officer Gulity On All Counts In Death Of George Floyd

Less Than A Year After The Death Of George Floyd In Police Custody, A Jury Found Former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin Guilty On Charges Of Second-Degree Unintentional Murder, Third-degree Murder, And Second-degree Manslaughter.

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Controversial ‘Anti-Mob’ Bill Racing Through Florida House

Florida’s Proposed “Combating Public Disorder Act” Is One Step Away From House Approval And Transfer To The Senate, Where The Controversial “Anti-mob” Bill Is Likely To Be Adopted And Signed Into Law.

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Ongoing National Guard Presence To Cost Taxpayer’s Minimum Of $100 Million

The Plan To Keep At Least 5,000 Guardsmen On The Ground For The Next 6-8 Weeks Will Be Valued Upwards Of One Hundred Million Dollars.

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Impeachment Vote Leaves GOP Lawmakers’ 2022 Chances Uncertain

Republicans Who Voted To Impeach President Donald Trump On Jan. 13 May Face Consequences Of Their Vote In 2022.

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McConnell Says Trump Provoked Capitol Riot By Feeding Mob Lies

Former Staunch Trump Supporter McConnell Further Distances Himself From Trump, Partially Blaming Trump For Storming Of The Capitol.

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Biden Inauguration: Different Look, Feel From Recent Power Transfers

Biden’s Inauguration Tomorrow Will Look Far Different From Any In Recent Memory With Streets Blocked off, A 4.6 Mile Security Perimeter, And 25,000 National Guardsmen On Patrol, Just To Start.

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Big Tech Rallies Behind Biden

Employees At Big Tech Companies, Including Google Parent Alphabet And Facebook, Funneled Millions Of Dollars Into Democrats’ Campaigns During The 2020 Election Cycle — A Move That Could Pay Off For Conglomerates Hoping To Stymie The Implementation Of Internet Regulation.

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