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Boebert Elected Freedom Caucus Propaganda Chair

Congress Minutes reports: Freshman Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) will serve as the group’s communications chair. Boebert, claiming the caucus is the “most influential group” on Capitol Hill, said in a statement that she will “work diligently to make sure the caucus’s message, and the powerful messages of each member, are delivered to the American people.” The freshman firebrand is known …

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TN Christian Adoption Agency Rejects Jewish Couple

The Knox News reports: A Knoxville couple is suing the Tennessee Department of Children’s Services, saying a state-sponsored Christian-based adoption agency refused to help them because they are Jewish. The adoption agency, the Holston United Methodist Home for Children based in Greeneville, Tennessee, denied Elizabeth and Gabriel Rutan-Ram from acquiring Tennessee-mandated foster-parent training and a home-study certification as they attempted …

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New Gallup Poll: Majority Say Pandemic Is Worsening

Gallup reports: With the highly transmissible omicron variant of COVID-19 infecting hundreds of thousands of Americans daily, optimism about the trajectory of the pandemic in the U.S. has fallen sharply, and worry about contracting the virus has risen to its highest level in a year. The latest update to Gallup’s COVID-19 data, from a survey conducted Jan. 3-14, finds U.S. …

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Gab CEO Blames Trump’s Vax “Shilling” For Traffic Woes

The Washington Post reports: A Washington Post analysis of audience data for 47 prominent right-wing influencers who flocked last year to alternative social networks Gab and Gettr, the video-streaming site Rumble and the chat service Telegram found that their followings surged immediately after President Donald Trump was banned on the mainstream sites. But those audiences have barely grown in the …

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FL Company To Liberal Biden Voters: “Don’t Call Us”

Newsweek reports: An ad for a Florida-based window shutters company which tells customers if they “support Joe Biden and are a liberal, don’t call us” has gone viral. One clip of the ad, posted on TikTok by social media user @robertjackon392, has since been viewed more than 4.1 million times. In a statement to Newsweek concerning reactions to the ad, …

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Iconic Castro Theatre To Become Live Music Venue

The San Francisco Chronicle reports: The Castro Theatre, a San Francisco jewel that has hosted countless film festivals and premieres, is set to get a major makeover. The 100-year-old theater, known throughout the world as one of the symbols of San Francisco’s historic LGBTQ Castro neighborhood, will be renewed as a live events venue with music, comedy, film and more …

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Djokovic Owns 80% Of COVID Cure Search Pharma

Reuters reports: The pandemic has blocked Novak Djokovic’s march to tennis history, so the 34-year-old may be pinning his hopes on a cure for COVID to get his hands on another glorious grand slam before time runs out. The Serbian superstar, who became a focus of the global vaccine debate over his failed attempt to enter Australia without being inoculated, …

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Megadonor Gave Millions To Election Overturn Groups

The Daily Beast reports: Among the ranks of “dark money” groups and anonymous megadonors who bankrolled the effort is a familiar name in GOP fundraising circles: Dick Uihlein, founder of the multinational Uline shipping company. According to previously unreported tax disclosures, Uihlein’s nonprofit—the Ed Uihlein Family Foundation—poured millions of dollars in 2020 into a sprawling number of groups connected to …

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Ex-Pope Benedict Accused Of Ignoring Abuse Reports

The BBC reports: Former Pope Benedict XVI failed to act over four child abuse cases when he was archbishop of Munich, a German probe into the Catholic Church has alleged. Pope Benedict, then called Josef Ratzinger, held the position from 1977 to 1982. He has denied the accusations. But a new report into historical abuse allegations carried out by a …

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Perdue Calls For GA Election Law Enforcement Division

Fox News reports: Former GOP Sen. David Perdue of Georgia, who is primary challenging Republican Gov. Brian Kemp in this year’s election, is rolling out a plan to create an Election Law Enforcement Division in the Peach State. “What happened in 2020 should never happen again,” Perdue said on Thursday morning as he announced his proposal to create a law …

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