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Biden’s red energy plan

- The Washington Times

The more President Joe Biden sends America down the path of green energy, the more power he puts in the hands of communist China to dominate the world stage. The greener America goes, the redder America grows.

Bill Gates wants $1 billion annually to prevent next pandemic

- The Washington Times

Bill Gates said he knows how to prevent the next pandemic — but it’ll cost you $1 billion annually. He’s putting into play the next wave of virus lockdowns; the next stage of health emergency orders; the next phase of seizing individual liberties from free American citizens.

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Is Biden compromised by China?

- The Washington Times

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Women -- don't take Pelosi's bait!

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U.S. must lead in shaping the future of the world

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American liberty secured by structural protections in Constitution

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