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Trump Blasts Ex-Press Secretary Grisham: 'Paid to Say Bad and Untrue Things'
White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham, left, listens as President Donald Trump speaks to reporters on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington on Nov. 8, 2019.(Andrew Harnik/AP)
Former President Donald Trump on Tuesday lashed out at ex-White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham — one of the most senior aides to both Trump and the former first lady — as reports surfaced about her book that’s fiercely critical of him. [Full Story]
Maryland Newspaper Gunman Who Killed 5 Gets More Than 5 Life Sentences
A judge has sentenced a man who killed five people at a newspaper to more than five life sentences without the possibility of parole.... [Full Story]
Florida Sues Biden Admin Over Southern Border Policies
The state of Florida is suing the Biden administration over its [Full Story] | video
Biden Wants to Tax Up to 43% of Your Retirement Gains
SPONSOR: Use this 2021 strategy while you can [Full Story]
Prince William, Mike Bloomberg: Can Earth Be Saved?
Britain's Prince William and former New York City Mayor Mike [Full Story]
Trump Blasts Ex-Press Secretary Grisham Ahead of Book Critical of Him
Former President Donald Trump on Tuesday lashed out at ex-White House [Full Story]
Anatomy of a Lie: How Democrats Refused to Rein in Fake 'Whip' Story
A social media post claiming that border patrol officers were [Full Story] | platinum
The U.S. Dollar is Losing Value Fast. Say Goodbye to Retirement.
SPONSOR: The dollar collapse will scare you. Fight back! [Full Story]
Brazil's First Lady Received COVID Vaccine on UN Trip
The wife of Brazil's unvaccinated president received a COVID-19 [Full Story]
Trump vs. Bush Tension Is About More Than Rep. Liz Cheney
The latest showdown between former Republican Presidents George W. [Full Story] | platinum
Inflation Could Weaken the Dollar and Destroy Your Savings
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Consumer Confidence Slides for Third Consecutive Month
U.S. consumer confidence declined for the third straight month in [Full Story]
NY Gov. Hochul: Unvaccinated People 'Aren't Listening to God'
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul asked members of a Brooklyn church to "be [Full Story]
Men, Try This Trick Tonight and Never Suffer from E.D Again
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Prosecutors Dismissing Cases Due to COVID Backlog
Prosecutors across the country have begun pleading out or dismissing [Full Story]
Newsmax Launches 'The Rob Carson Show' for National Radio Syndication
Newsmax announced today it is syndicating "The Rob Carson Show" on [Full Story]

Gen. Milley Staunchly Defends Calls With China
General Mark Milley, the top U.S. military officer, on Tuesday [Full Story]
Yellen Writes Pelosi, Gives Oct. 18 Debt Ceiling Deadline
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen on Tuesday warned House Speaker Nancy [Full Story]
Democrats Throw Yet Another Tantrum Over President Trump
SPONSOR: They still cant seem to accept reality. Typical democrats! [Full Story]
RNC Suing 2 Vermont Cities for Giving Voting Rights to Noncitizens
The Republican National Committee and the Vermont GOP are suing two [Full Story]
NYC Names New Firm to Take Over City Golf Course Run by Trump Organization
New York City is set to name a new operator of a Bronx golf course [Full Story]
Dr. Fauci: 'Hopefully' Vaccines for Kids Ages 5-11 Will Come by Late October
Dr. Anthony Fauci said Tuesday that he hopes to see children [Full Story] | video
North Korea Fires 'Missile,' Insists on Right to Weapons Tests
Nuclear-armed North Korea fired a presumed short-range missile into [Full Story]
Yellen, Powell to Congress: Delta Variant Slowing Economic Recovery
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and Federal Reserve chair Jerome [Full Story]
GOP Lawmakers Say No to Debt Limit Hike
Republican senators blocked a bill Monday night to keep the [Full Story]
Pfizer Submits Data to FDA for COVID-19 Vaccine in Younger Children
Pfizer Inc and BioNTech SE submitted initial trial data for their [Full Story]
US Deports Convicted Russian Hacker to Russia: Report
A Russian hacker, sentenced in June 2020 to nine years in a U.S. jail [Full Story]
China Plans to Unveil Drones, Moon Rocket at Air Show
A military drone whose manufacturer says it can cruise for 20 hours [Full Story]
Texas Inmate Faces Execution for Fatally Stabbing 2 Brothers
A Texas inmate faces execution Tuesday evening for fatally stabbing [Full Story]
Gallup: 55 Percent of Parents Would Get COVID Vaccine for Children Under 12
A majority of parents say they would get the COVID-19 vaccine for [Full Story]
Gov. DeSantis to Investigate Facebook for Election Interference
Gov. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla., has directed his secretary of state to [Full Story]
Pentagon Leaders to Face Congress on Afghan Pullout Decision
In their first public testimony since the U.S. completed its [Full Story]
Fed Chair Powell to Warn of Lingering Inflation Pressures
In anticipation of Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's testimony [Full Story]
California to Mail Every Voter a Ballot in Future Elections
Every registered California voter will get a ballot mailed to them in [Full Story]
Aaron Babbitt to Newsmax: Biden Dividing America
Just eight months into the Biden administration, the United [Full Story] | video
Michael Reagan
The Gipper's Corner
Therefore, were pleased to announce we told you so.... [Full Story]
Ron Paul
Voice of Liberty
Coronavirus was just a convenient excuse for the Fed to do more of what it was already doing. Now, the Fed is... [Full Story]
Ziva Dahl
Ziva’s Perspective
As the leader of the free world, the U.S. must critically examine the animating religious ideology of the... [Full Story]
Peter Pry
National Security
Today, exploiting severe weather to wage Blackout Warfare offers numerous advantages supporting a... [Full Story]
Craig Shirley
Setting the Record Straight
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Boston Fed President Rosengren Hastens Retirement to Sept. 30
Boston Federal Reserve President Eric Rosengren on Monday announced he will retire on Thursday, Sept. 30, revealing that he had qualified for the kidney transplant list in June of 2020 to treat a long-term condition. [Full Story]
Hospitals Fear Staffing Shortages as Vaccine Deadlines Loom
Hospitals and nursing homes around the country are bracing for worsening staff shortages as state deadlines arrive for health care workers to get vaccinated against COVID-19.With such ultimatums taking effect this week in states like New York, California, Rhode Island and... [Full Story]
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