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Martin: Fort Worth School Officials Tied to ‘Racial Equity’ Vendors

Critical race theory was proven to be a big expense in Fort Worth Independent School District when Texas Scorecard exposed in July that district...

Former State Sen. Pete Flores Announces for Senate in a Different District

Monday, former State Sen. Pete Flores announced he will seek election to the Texas Senate again. This time, however, the campaign will be for...

Dickson: Impact Becomes 35th City in Texas to Outlaw Abortion

A city that received its start as a sanctuary for the sale of liquor is now a sanctuary for unborn children. Impact (population 48),...

Redistricting, the Most Political of Apolitical Processes Begins

Redistricting Looms First time in over 50 years that Texas will not be On Saturday, the Texas Senate made public the proposed Senate District Map...

Citizens Win: Allen Rolls Back Spending, Taxes

For the first time in years, the city of Allen chose not to raise residents’ property tax bills. Credit for the taxpayer win goes...

Nigel Farage’s Encouragement to Keep Fighting for Freedom

After more than a year since the start of government economic mandates and restrictions, a number of Texans are feeling overwhelmed. A man who...

Dallas County Commissioners to Decide Pay Increase for Elected Officials

After Dallas County elected officials filed a grievance for not getting a raise in the proposed budget, a committee made up of citizens and...

Gov. Abbott Blames Federal Government for Texas Border Crisis

With more than 10,000 illegal aliens flooding across the border in Del Rio alone, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott is deflecting blame towards the federal...

Waller: Chinese Backdoor Threatens Next Texas Blackout

American security experts have long worried about the threat of hackers targeting the U.S. critical infrastructure. American citizens have increasingly begun to see the...

The Autopsy Files: Election Integrity

Of the issues considered during the recent legislative session in Texas, few have been more controversial or compelling than efforts to strengthen election integrity....

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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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