Pentagon Lifts Vaccine Mandate For U.S. Service Members

The Department Of Defense Has Officially Lifted The Covid-19 Vaccine Mandate For U.S. Service Members. While The Mandate Is Lifted, Congress’ Action Did Not Reinstate Those Discharged For Refusing To Take The Vaccine.

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U.S. Congress Considers Omnibus Spending Bill As Deadline Approaches

Lawmakers Are Expected To Pass A Continuing Resolution This Week Ahead Of A Friday Deadline To Give A Few Extra Days To Hammer Out The Details Of A Full-Year Omnibus Spending Bill.

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‘Accountability Is Coming:’ Twitter Files Spark Calls For Consequences, Answers

A Series Of Document Dumps Called The “Twitter Files” Have Exposed The Social Media Companies’ Collusion With Federal Law Enforcement And The Democratic Party To Censor The Hunter Biden Laptop Story Before The 2020 Election, And Now Lawmakers Are Calling For Consequences.

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‘Bigotry & Lies:’ Cruz Blasts Federal Funding For ‘Structural Racism’ Sleep Research

U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, Blasted A Recently Uncovered Research Program After Reporting Showed More Than A Million Dollars In Taxpayer Funds Were Appropriated To Find Evidence That Racism Is To Blame For Poor Sleep In Minority Communities.

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Take Back Our Country Tour With Cruz, Ogles & Travis Coming To Franklin TN

Coming October 26th, The Take Back Our Country Tour Is Making A Stop In Franklin, Tennessee Featuring Speakers Senator Ted Cruz, Andy Ogles And Clay Travis With Musical Guest The Mobile Homeboys.

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DHS Says It Will End ‘Remain In Mexico’ Policy

The U.S. Department Of Homeland Security Said Monday That It Is Ending The Migrant Protection Protocols, A Trump-Era Policy Requiring Those Seeking Asylum In The U.S. To Remain In Mexico Until Their Appointed Court Date.

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