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Posted on: Feb 04, 2023
"In the not-too-far future, rule by debt-based currency will be seen as devoid of any legitimacy, just as today we see as devoid of legitimacy the concepts of rule by divine right and rule by chattel ownership of ones body." -- Michael Rivero
Legendary country musician Toby Keith isn't letting his fight against stomach cancer slow him down.
"I feel pretty good," Keith, 62, told E! News at the People's Choice Country Awards, where he received the 2023 Country Icon award Thursday night. "It's a little bit of a roller coaster. You get good days and, you know, you're up and down, up and gown. It's always zero to 60 and 60 to zero, but I feel good today."
Groups representing social media companies say the state laws at issue would 'transform speech on the internet as we know it today.' Has social media been quick to squelch conservative views?
WASHINGTON – The Supreme Court on Friday agreed to decide challenges to laws in Texas and Florida that would limit the ability of platforms like Facebook, YouTube and X to moderate content – entering into a deeply partisan fray that could change the way millions of Americans interact with social media during an election year.
On the night police say Baltimore tech CEO Pava LaPere was killed, she opened a lobby door of her apartment building for suspect Jason Billingsley before they briefly spoke and got on an elevator together, a warrant reviewed by The Associated Press said.
WASHINGTON−Sen. Dianne Feinstein, a trailblazer for women in politics who spent more than 30 years in the U.S. Senate, has died, a source familiar with the matter told USA TODAY. She was 90 and the oldest member of the Senate.
WASHINGTON – As the country hurls closer to a government shutdown, a handful of hard-right Republican lawmakers who have been impeding nearly all progress towards funding the government, appear undeterred, even as a shutdown risks disrupting the lives of millions of Americans.
'Very grim milestone' reached as reporter's detainment appears indefinite
Friday marks six months since Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich was detained by Russia and accused of espionage, making him the first American journalist held by the Kremlin on such charges since the Cold War.
‘We were not about to let a 17-year-old miss out entirely on the experience'When a 17-year-old brain cancer patient was disappointed about having to miss her senior homecoming, her caregivers decided to bring the dance to her.
Megan Krafty, who lives in Huron, Ohio, was diagnosed with a brain tumor in May after suffering seizures.
Biden's electric vehicle push has been 'put into practice by unaccountable bureaucrats like Ann Carlson,' Cruz said Republican Sens. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, and Cynthia Lummis, R-Wyo., are introducing a bill Friday that would strip the federal salary from a Biden
Fox News host Pete Hegseth cornered Governor Gavin Newsom (D-CA) in the spin room after Wednesday evening’s second Republican primary debate, asking whether Newsom felt like President Joe Biden was “holding him back” from pursuing a presidential run.
Martha Stewart said getting older for her isn’t “about dying” and has rejected the usual concerns about “aging” as she explained that instead, she’s just “living” life to the “absolute fullest” after she recently celebrated another trip around the sun.
As it relates to the president’s claims that “Bidenomics” is good for the American autoworker, or any other kind of American worker for that matter, the president is “full of s***” — to steal a phrase from the man himself.
Tesla and X owner Elon Musk spoke out against leftist indoctrination in the American education system during an X space hosted by Ben Shapiro and The Daily Wire, saying kids were being taught to “hate” America in schools across the nation.