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Bill to reveal the names of Gov. Newsom's recall petitioners gains traction

The California state Senate Elections Committee has passed a bill that would reveal to the state the names and addresses of everyone who signed the petition to pull Governor Gavin Newsom from office.

NBC says that lack of white supremacists at 'White Lives Matter' rallies is evidence of white supremacy

NBC uses the lack of white supremacists to make the case that white supremacy is as big a threat as ever.

Over 50 percent of Canadians want Trudeau gone: poll

Only 44 percent of Canadians feel strongly enough to say that the prime minister "has done a good job and deserves re-election."

Author erects Cuomo and de Blasio 'Dumb and Dumber' billboard in New York

The book, which illustrates a stark and steep timeline of New York's decline under Governor Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio, respectively and jointly, did not get a warm reception from advertisers.

MSNBC host totally confused by revelation that the Hunter Biden laptop story is real

Shortly after the laptop was released, the Biden campaign spouted off nonsense that it was the product of some sort of misinformation effort, or Russian hacking.

Chinese ambassador: Canadians won't be kidnapped by police if they visit China

The "vast majority" (though not all) Canadians who visit China should not worry about being kidnapped by the police, says the Chinese ambassador in Ottawa.

Trudeau Liberals pushing for internet law that targets hurtful words against politicians

Guilbeault said that "we have seen too many examples of public officials retreating from public service."

Canada's establishment media reveals its bias again

Democracy may die in darkness, but our establishment media thrives.

O'Toole's Conservatives surge in Ontario: poll

This will come as welcome news to O'Toole's Conservatives, who have recently suffered through a bundle of negative polling reports.

Biden administration releases initiative on 'gun violence public health epidemic'

The Biden-Harris Administration announced six initial actions to address what they call the "the gun violence public health epidemic" on Wednesday.

Biden State Department announces that US prepared to remove sanctions on Iran to resume nuclear deal

The State Department announced Wednesday that the US is prepared to remove sanctions on Iran in order to resume compliance with the Iran nuclear deal, including those that are 'inconsistent' with the 2015 pact.

UVA lawsuit allowed to proceed over punishment for medical student who questioned political correctness

In 2018 Kieran Bhattacharya questioned microaggressions at a university's presentation. Now a judge has approved his lawsuit against the school for retaliating.

Notorious baby killer among biological males granted transfers to women's prisons

The policy went into effect January 1, and since then, 261 inmates have requested transfers, nearly all of them biological males asking to be housed with women.

United Airlines roasted on social media for plan to choose pilots by race instead of ability

Skin color, or the lived experience that comes with a racial or ethnic background, has absolutely no bearing on how best to safely fly planes.

FLASHBACK: Trump was right on timeline of vaccine rollout

"Hundreds of millions of doses will be available every month, and we expect to have enough vaccines for every American by April," said President Trump in September.