Author Archive: Janet

New report argues perils of mail-in voting go beyond fraud

A new report from a conservative group on the potential problems with large-scale mail-in voting argues that a recent push from states to send ballots to all registered voters for November’s election would not only expose them to possible fraud but could likely result in a significant waste of taxpayer dollars.

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Tennessee Gov. Says Seattle-Like Autonomous Zone Won’t Be Allowed in Nashville

Friday Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee said he won’t tolerate the creation of an “autonomous zone” in the capital of Nashville like the one demonstrators have established in Seattle.

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Chicago pastor on weekend violence, death of 7-year-old: ‘People are afraid to leave the house’

When you have idiots voting for Demonrats, this is what you get. Pastor Corey Brooks, founder of the New Beginnings Church in Chicago, told “Fox & Friends” on Monday that something has to be done “immediately” to curb the violence in the area, which led to the shooting death of more than a dozen people over the holiday weekend.

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Kim Jong Un’s Sister Threatens SKorea With Military Action

The powerful sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un threatened military action against South Korea as she bashed Seoul on Saturday over declining bilateral relations and its inability to stop activists from floating anti-Pyongyang leaflets across the border.

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Chicago violence erupts during holiday weekend, at least 67 shot and 13 killed

This 4th of July weekend in Chicago showed more than 67 people were shot and at least 13 killed, including a 7-year-old girl and a 14-year-old boy.

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Democrats sue Arizona over absentee ballot rule: ‘This will result in disenfranchisement’

The DNC is suing the Arizona secretary of state and a gaggle of county officials over a rule in the state that automatically rejects mail-in ballots without signatures, whereas voters whose mail-in ballot signatures do not match their voter registration are given five days to remedy the situation.

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Charitable campaign raises millions for families of fallen service members

charitable campaign to help the families of military men and women who have fallen or been disabled while on active duty in the United States armed forces is reporting a record fundraising haul.

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Rudy Giuliani to Newsmax TV: Stop Riots Before They Start

Instead of calls for defunding police, how about calls – in liberal cities overrun by rioters – to adopt the “broken windows theory,” which says “you arrest the first person who breaks the law,” according to former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani on Newsmax TV.

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Trump to kick off Independence Day weekend at Mt. Rushmore amid anti-monument push from activists

Friday President Trump will travel to Mount Rushmore to mark the start of Independence Day weekend with a firework display — coming at a time of vigorous national debate over America’s history, and when the South Dakota landmark is under renewed scrutiny by activists.

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Esper, Milley Refuse to Testify Before House Committee on Military Response to Protests

Defense Secretary Mark Esper and Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Mark Milley are refusing to testify to the House Armed Services Committee on how the military has responded to police brutality protests around the country, a House aide told the Hill.

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