Republicans on the Federal Election Commission nixed an inquiry into alleged Georgia voter suppression efforts

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Catherine Engelbrecht.Samuel Corum/Anadolu Agency/Getty Image The FEC voted 3-2 against proceeding with an inquiry involving "election integrity" group True the Vote. Two government watchdogs had accused the Georgia GOP of illegally coordinated with True the Vote. Republican FEC commissioners said True the Vote did not act for the "purpose of influencing an election." At a meeting in late 2020, the Georgia Republican Party acquainted itself with True the Vote, a nonprofit that describes itself as "the country's largest voters' rights organization."The December meeting featured a discussion of True the Vote's "election integrity efforts," including training for verifying signatures and other…

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LOL: Fauci Gets WRECKED By Rep. Comer after Making Typical Claims on MSNBC

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Dr. Fauci is apparently going to be retiring in the coming months, finally giving up his spurs and his hold on the public health establishment after all those mistakes and problems with his “leadership” during both the AIDS and Covid “crises.” Predictably, he tried to defend his record during an appearance on MSNBC, speaking with Rachel Maddow and claiming that he hasn’t been “flip-flopping,” as many critics of him claim he’s done whenever the political winds blow, but rather just responding to the science, along with defending the role of Big Government getting involved in “public health” emergencies rather than…

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Watch: Ron DeSantis draws from anti-woke ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ in brilliant ad ‘dogfighting’ corporate media

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It's Tuesday, so that means somewhere in America there is an election happening. Today it's in Florida, where Ron DeSantis will find out who his Democrat opponent will be in the 2022 gubernatorial election. DeSantis dropped a new campaign ad today for the 2022 election, inspired by Top Gun: Maverick. A campaign ad where he doesn't mention *checks notes* 2022, Florida, or the gubernatorial election.His opponent in this video is a more powerful opponent than whatsherface and the other guy. One that needs to be fought... nationally. It's the corporate media. Also known by some as the legacy media.Top Gov……

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NY Dem accused of committing campaign finance violations prior to special election

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Carl DeMarco, DCNF An official complaint has been filed with the Federal Election Commission against New York Democratic Ulster County Executive and congressional candidate Pat Ryan after speculation about campaign finance violations. Ryan is running in three races simultaneously; in a special election in the 19th congressional district, a primary and the November general election, despite only being registered to run in the 18th congressional district.  “If he is accepting contributions for an election he hasn’t registered in, that is a black and white campaign finance violation,” election law attorney John Ciampoli told the Daily Caller News Foundation. New York…

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Joe Biden’s Use of Transportation Dollars To Incentivize Zoning Reform Is a Big Flop

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Going back to the 2020 campaign trail, President Joe Biden has endorsed the idea of using federal dollars to encourage states and localities to remove regulations and red tape on new housing construction. In May, the White House seemingly put some money where its mouth was when it released its wide-ranging Housing Supply Action Plan. The plan included an announcement that jurisdictions that had adopted policies promoting density and zoning reforms would be looked on more favorably for $6 billion in transportation grants. Then, earlier this month, the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) announced the recipients of $2.2 billion of…

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Here is the latest U.S. State Department travel advisory after recent violence across Mexico

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The U.S. continues to monitor drug gang activity in Baja California after a recent spasm of violence across Mexico. The Aug. 12 instructions to U.S. government personnel in the nation to shelter in place are no longer in effect. The good news is most of Mexico is safe to visit, but the U.S. State Department does advise against travel to some areas of Mexico. On Aug. 9, a wave of violence began in Jalisco and Guanajuato states when the Jalisco New Generation Cartel responded to the arrest of one of its presumed leaders by setting vehicles and businesses on fire. On Aug. 11, a brawl between members of rival criminal gangs in a Ciudad Juárez jail and a subsequent wave…

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Weaponized Compassion & The Culture War

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I can’t figure out how to caption photos on this stupid new software (a software format that has destroyed this blog’s comments section; we’re trying to figure out a fix for it), but that photo above is of the activist Billboard Chris, who is a true prophet speaking out against the Mengele-like exploitation of children by the transgender-industrial complex. He’s the kind of person that gets denounced as an alarmist. He is indeed an alarmist — but you want someone to sound an alarm when the damn house is on fire! I subscribe to Fisted By Foucault, the Substack of…

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Coffee shops are now charging almost $5 on average for a cup of coffee. Inflation and drought could push prices even higher.

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Elaine Thompson/AP The price of a cup of coffee has jumped 7.6% since last year to an average of $4.90.  The reason is twofold: inflation and extreme weather in Brazil, a major coffee exporter. Customers are still buying coffee at chains like Starbucks, treating it as an affordable luxury.  It's not in your head — a cup of coffee has gotten more expensive. At coffee shops nationwide, a single cup of coffee now costs $4.90 on average, a 7.6% increase from this time last year, according to NPD Group data cited by The Wall Street Journal. Even making coffee at home…

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