BREAKING News Out Of Louisiana… Here’s What We Know

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The following article, BREAKING News Out Of Louisiana… Here’s What We Know, was first published on America's Freedom Fighters. Posted by DINO PORRAZZO at AMERICAS FREEDOM FIGHTERS The drug epidemic in America is skyrocketing thanks in part to Biden’s open borders but law enforcement are continuing to catch and arrest these drug dealers. Our children and adults are losing their lives by using these drugs that are for the most partRead More Continue reading: BREAKING News Out Of Louisiana… Here’s What We Know ...

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From the Postil, an excellent deep history of the Ukraine-Russia situation [Video]

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We would like to introduce our readers to The Postil, a new source of competent geopolitical analysis. The piece reprinted below can be found at The Postil site, here. Its author is Jacques Baud, who I have read at other times. He seems to have a very good handle on the history and developments of the Ukrainian – Russian – NATO – Europe – US – Woke – Cancel culture conflict. Mr. Baud is given an introductory blurb that reads thus: Jacques Baud is a widely respected geopolitical expert whose publications include many articles and books, including Poutine: Maître du jeu?…

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The Pandemic is Over, Biden vs Dr. Fauci

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After Dark with Hosts Rob & Andrew – Just when we thought Biden had a moment of clarity, albeit late, by declaring the COVID pandemic was over, Dr. Fauci came in and immediately put the kibosh on it. Not so fast was the message from Fauci. The numbers are still too high. We can not end the COVID “red scare” and allow Americans to resume their normal...

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Meet a government worker who regrets refinancing her student debt because she didn’t know it would block her from federal loan forgiveness: ‘I never would have done that’

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Getty Images Tanya Burnett, a federal government worker, refinanced her student debt into private loans in 2016. She wasn't aware at the time that doing so would block her from Biden's recent federal loan forgiveness. While she's happy for borrowers getting relief, she wishes public servants who refinanced could also experience it. Most student-loan borrowers have probably been hit with advertisements to refinance their loans, with the promise of lower monthly payments and a lower interest rate. Tanya Burnett, a federal employee in Mississippi, thought it sounded like a pretty good deal.In 2016, Burnett started paperwork to qualify for the Public…

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Texas governor steps up, designates Mexican cartels as terrorist organizations, orders state law enforcement to take action

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(Natural News) Texas Republican Gov. Greg Abbott is tired of waiting on the Biden regime to secure the border because he knows that’s not going to happen. As such, he is taking bold new action on his own to protect Texans from an onslaught of illegal aliens and deadly fentanyl smuggling. On Wednesday, Abbott announced...

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Biden made a major dent in the student debt crisis — and it’s time he does the same for the growing medical debt load in the US, attorneys and advocates say

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The medical debt load in the US currently totals around $195 billion, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation.krisanapong detraphiphat/Getty Images America's medical debt problem has parallels to the student debt crisis, experts told Insider. Both are financially debilitating, putting people at risk of not being able to afford rent and food. The Biden Administration is already taking steps to address it but the challenge of helping more low-income borrowers remains.  The Biden administration is finally delivering long-promised relief to more than 40 million Americans with federal student loans, half of whom will see their debt wiped out completely. But experts…

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