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Pressure Builds for Recount, Audit, and Full Review as Presidential Race Narrows

Rep. Chip Roy (R-TX), who defeated Democrat challenger Wendy Davis, joined some of his Republican colleagues in calling for a recount, audit, and full...

Texas A&M Employees Have Shifted Left Over the Last 20 Years

For every $1 donated to Republicans in the 2020 Election, Texas A&M employees donated $7.59 to Democrats.

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The Question Biden Needs to Answer

President Joe Biden hosts a virtual summit as part of the United Nations General Assembly from the South Court Auditorium in the White House complex in Washington, D.C, September 22, 2021. (Evelyn Hockstein/Reuters) There are missing pieces in the narrative concerning the lead-up to the tragic drone strike in Kabul. NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE W henever something awful happens in our government, there is a kind of informal competition among columnists to be the first to write: “What did the president know, and when did he know it?” It is a tedious cliché. But the matter of the Kabul drone strike in which U.S. forces killed ten innocent civilians — including an aid worker and seven children — raises precisely that question. Joe Biden as commander in chief bears some general culpability for this slaughter — but if he was leaning on his underlings to put some bodies into body bags in order to grease the … To Read the Full Story
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