Subject: They're Burning Books in Tennessee
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Subject: SWAT officer was fired after showing up drunk at a gun range. Now he's getting his job back.
Subject: Apparent beating of 49ers fan was kept secret for days, raising logical Questions about the rapidly Devolving Democrat-run Shithole that’s hosting the Super Bowl
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Subject: Sheriffs Team Up With The Feds To Hold Up Armored Car Company, Civil Forfeiture Makes It Possible
Subject: When it comes to inflation and the national debt, we're all responsible
Subject: Veteran Reporter Tears Into State Department Spox over Russian False-Flag Allegation: 'You Have No Evidence'
Subject: Local zoning drives high housing costs around Maine
Subject: Report: Florida Named the Second-Freest State in U.S.
Subject: IRS Admits It Doesn’t Audit the Rich Because It’s Too Hard
Subject: What if we ignore the government?
Subject: LATE STAGE CANADA: Military tells Ottawa to go evict itself, ruling party desperately attempts to silence dissidents
| submitted by /u/OrwellWasRight69 |
Subject: It Sure Seems Like the January 6th Committee Was Colluding With Jeff Zucker
| submitted by /u/postonrddt |
Subject: Facial recognition for all online IRS accounts: What's up with ID.me? -- Soon, all IRS accounts will require ID.me registration with a "video selfie." Learn how it works and what the risks are.
Subject: Treasury Weighing Alternatives to ID.me Over Privacy Concerns -- Taxpayers filing online had to verify identity with a selfie -- Research shows AI-driven technology suffers from racial bias
Subject: Hong Kong's Experience with Real Tyranny and Ways to Fight it
| submitted by /u/RickoidPickoid |
Subject: How California deputies became highway robbers
Subject: Amir Locke bodycam video appears to contradict Minneapolis police claim
Subject: NOPD officer accused of physically abusing wife, threatening her with gun: JPSO
Subject: County sergeant’s BAC was three times drunk driving limit after crash, prosecutor says
Subject: State auditor spotlights ex-police chief's financial misdeeds in small Oklahoma town