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Millions of Americans across the country agree with Rand Paul about this. Why is it so difficult for Republican leaders to understand?

This is not a big leap. It’s just common sense.

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A biological male high jumper who identifies as a transgender girl has won the New Hampshire Interscholastic Athletic Association indoor track and field championship.

Maelle Jacques, a Kearsarge Regional High School sophomore, jumped at 5’1,” an inch higher than any female student ever has.

However, Jacques’s jump was 10″ lower than the winning jump for boys, meaning he would have lost big time if he competed against his own sex.

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Neoconservative presidential candidate Nikki Haley continues to insist that she will beat former President Donald Trump in the Republican primary.

Trump, of course, is leading Haley by double digits in every state.

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The Senate early Tuesday passed a massive $95.3 billion aid package for Ukraine, Israel, and Taiwan with no border funding while almost all Americans were sound asleep. The final vote came after conservatives mounted an all-night filibuster led by Senator Rand Paul (R-KY), which stopped just after 5 a.m.

As The Gateway Pundit previously reported, the Senate found the bill so urgent that they invoked cloture on Super Bowl Sunday by a 67-27 vote. 18 GOPers voted to sell America out to foreign interests.

TGP previously noted the package includes a whopping $60 Billion for Ukraine and $14 Billion for Israel. The other money goes toward “humanitarian” assistance for Gaza and the West Bank, along with deterring Chinese aggression in the Indo-Pacific, including defending Taiwan.

Last night, this number grew to 22 Republican senators voted to pass the bill. Two Democrats, Jeff Merkley and Peter Welch (D-VT, voted no. Bernie Sanders (Socialist-VT) also voted to reject the bill.

All three had expressed anger over the money provided to Israel in the package, which would go to helping the Jewish state defend itself against Hamas terrorists.

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Despite a few recent high-profile mechanical failures, troubled Boeing Max 9 aircraft have been OK’d for flying once again. United Airlines and Alaska Airlines are the two airlines with the most Max 9s as part of their fleets.

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Recently, investigative journalist Yehuda Miller received several FOIA documents that completely reshaped what we were told to believe about the 2020 US presidential election.

We will be publishing several of these explosive documents in the coming days.

The election was billed by the Democrat Party, Joe Biden, the mainstream media, and former CISA Chief Chris Krebs as the most secure election in US history.

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For over thirty years, we were able to successfully run our business, Old Station Sub Shop off Jefferson Street in Phoenix, and serve our community without fearing for our customers, our employees, our livelihood, or our own safety.

That all changed the day the first tent came up in “The Zone.” And it’s why we’re begging lawmakers to pass HCR2023/SCR1006, sponsored by House Speaker Ben Toma and Senate President Warren Petersen: so that business owners like us can receive just compensation from a government whose failure to safeguard our rights has turned our lives upside down.

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In a surprising turn of events, the U.S. Senate is pushing forward a $95 billion aid bill earmarked for Ukraine, Israel, and Taiwan. However, as the bill inches closer to passage, House Speaker Mike Johnson raises significant doubts about its contents, suggesting a potential misalignment with the priorities of the American people.

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Josep Borrell, the European Union’s top foreign policy official, took a swipe at the US on Monday for claiming it’s concerned about civilian casualties in Gaza while still supplying weapons to Israel to support the slaughter of Palestinians.

Borrell was referencing President Biden calling Israel’s military operations in Gaza “over the top” while not changing his policy of unconditional support for Israel.

“Well, if you believe that too many people are being killed, maybe you should provide less arms in order to prevent so many people being killed,” Borrell said.

“If the international community believes that this is a slaughter, that too many people are being killed, maybe we have to think about the provision of arms,” he added.

Since October 7, the US has claimed it is concerned about the civilians killed in Gaza but has shown no interest in cutting off military aid to Israel. “Everybody goes to Tel Aviv begging please protect civilians, don’t kill so many. How many is too many?” Borrell said.

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A Dutch court ruled on Monday that the Netherlands must halt the export of spare parts for F-35 fighter jets to Israel since they’re likely to be used to kill civilians in Gaza.

The Netherlands hosts a warehouse of US-owned F-35 parts and exports them to countries that operate the fighter jets. “The court finds that there is a clear risk that Israel’s F-35 fighter jets might be used in the commission of serious violations of international humanitarian law,” the court said in its ruling.

The Dutch government said it would appeal the ruling, which ordered a halt to the exports within seven days. The ruling came as a result of a lawsuit filed against the Netherlands by Oxfam and other human rights organizations.

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Case in point: a recent opinion piece in Bloomberg in which columnist David Fickling explains that the situation really isn’t as dire as some people want us to believe when it comes to the state of the planet's forests.

The piece, aptly titled “The World’s Forests Are Doing Much Better Than We Think," focuses on the fact that plenty of forests around the world are actually faring quite well. He notes that while the destruction of tropical forests attracts a lot of headlines, cooler climates are actually seeing great progress on this front.

For example, China’s forests have grown by 607,000 square kilometers since 1992, which is roughly equivalent to the size of Ukraine, while the EU has added woodlands equivalent to the size of Cambodia. Between India and the U.S., enough forests have been planted to cover Bangladesh.

England now has broader forest coverage than it did at any time in the past 700 years since the Black Death, with 1.33 million hectares of woodland. The UK currently boasts three times the amount of forest it had when the 20th century began, Fickling notes. 

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Informed consent is one of the basic tenets of medical ethics, ensuring patients have enough information and understanding before they make a decision about their medical care. However, the Food and Drug Administration has apparently decided this principle is very inconvenient and could threaten drug development and the generous profits the right vaccines and drugs can bring in, so they have amended their regulations to relax the requirements surrounding informed consent.

According to the Federal Register, the FDA issued a ruling on December 21, 2023, finalizing a proposal to the 21st Century Cures Act allowing an exception to be made wherein informed consent does not have to be obtained “when a clinical investigation poses no more than minimal risk to the human subject and includes appropriate safeguards to protect the rights, safety and welfare of human subjects.”

This language seems deliberately vague. After all, they insisted that COVID-19 vaccines did not pose a risk to human health, so it wouldn’t be surprising to see the dangers of trials being brushed off to avoid the need for obtaining informed consent. 

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Israel launched air strikes on Rafah in southern Gaza in the early hours of Monday morning, killing scores of Palestinians sheltering in houses and tents and stoking fears of an imminent offensive on the area, which is densely packed with displaced people.

The attacks targeted 14 homes and three mosques in Rafah, Palestinian officials said. The Palestinian health ministry said at least 67 people were killed. 

Several people told Middle East Eye they were shot by quadcopters inside their tents on Monday.

A displaced Palestinian from Khan Younis, Wesam Abu Jamee, said he lost two of his sons, one of them disabled, in a quadcopter attack that targeted their tent at 1:45 am.

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The US has given Israel support the green light to launch a military assault on Gaza's southern city of Rafah, a leading Palestinian politician has reported, despite reports that relations between Joe Biden and Benjamin Netanyahu are at breaking point.

Mustafa Barghouti, General Secretary of the Palestinian National Initiative, told Al-Jazeera that Biden's warning to Israel that it should not launch an attack without a plan to safeguard the city's inhabitants is de-facto support for a military campaign, which NGOs warn could kill thousands.

Without publicly backing a ceasefire, Biden is effectively giving Israel the green light to assault Rafah, whose population has swelled from around 180,000 to 1.5 million since the war on Gaza began on 7 October.

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After months of dangerous drama in Kiev, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has finally acted on his promise to fire Ukraine’s top general Valerii Zaluzhny.

Their long private conflict first became public on November 1, 2023 when Zaluzhny made his views public to the West in an interview and essay with The Economist that made clear his assessment that the war with Russia had become a stalemate that Ukraine could not win. Days later, Zelensky rebuked him with a rebuttal on NBC’s Meet the Press.

The firing of Zaluzhny is not just the mundane firing of a general during wartime: that frequently happens when a war is not going well. Its significance is not just that it suggests a recognition that Ukraine is losing the war and that the game changing city of Avdiivka is about to fall. On February 5, Zelensky partially conceded Zaluzhny’s statement, admitting in an interview that “As far as the war on the ground is concerned, there is a stalemate, that’s a fact,” and Zaluzhny likely would not have been fired were Avdiivka not about to be lost. The firing of the general is significant because of what it publicly contributes to the diagnosis of the condition of the leadership in Kiev and to the prognosis of the war and how it will end.

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Peeling back the layers of the Obama era is like opening Pandora’s box and finding out it’s deeper than we thought. Obama might have slithered out of the White House without a flashy “legacy” tag, but he sure did leave a mess. It’s as if he was the Dems and Deep State’s MVP, playing a long game we’re still trying to wrap our heads around. He wasn’t just about making policy changes; he was on a mission to infiltrate every corner of our sacred institutions and flip them inside out for his—and their—advantage. Just look what he did by weaponizing the intel community, churches, health care, and so much more. But if you think Obama had nothing to do with the wild turn our media took, guess again. Obama had a hand in turning our media into a progressive propaganda machine.

How did he do it? Well, back in 2013, he made a move to ditch the Smith-Mundt Act, basically rolling out the red carpet for propaganda in our national media. This wasn’t just a small change; it was a game changer for how stories are told and sold to us to this day.

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A "woke" couple in Massachusetts recently signed up to house some of the illegal alien migrants who are pouring across the southern border. Their only problem is they have no idea how many are coming, where they are coming from, or how old they are.

Watch below as the couple explains how a carload of four illegals was dropped off at their home within one hour of signing up to house the border invaders...

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