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Homebuilders are Dropping Prices, But Is that a GOOD thing?

Home prices are all over the board. Many prices are crashing because the interest rates are so high. With the interest rates more than doubled from what they were a year ago, the buying power is less. For the same mortgage payment, homeowners could have bought a $500,000 home last year. Now, a $350,000 home will result in the...

Homelessness in LA…Finally Getting Addressed?

There’s been a homelessness problem in Los Angeles for years. And it’s been getting worse over the past few years because of the COVID pandemic as well as inflation. Yet, it seems as though none of the liberal politicians have been equipped with what to do about it. Is that about to change? Congresswoman Karen Bass is currently running for mayor...

Massive Fraud Ring Found in State That Wanted To Defund the Police

People living in Minnesota are under attack by Democrats wanting to destroy the presence of law enforcement around the state. The unpopular defund the police movement took hold under liberal support, and now the state is suffering a massive crime wave. Criminals are getting away with any crime that they can come up with. But when the crime hits...

Iran’s President Refuses Interview After Amanpour Declines Wearing Head Scarf

Iranian president Ebrahim Raisi has withdrawn from a planned interview with CNN’s anchor Christiane Amanpour at the United Nations General Assembly in New York on Wednesday after she resisted an ultimatum to wear an afghan. A little over 40 minutes later, the interview was set to begin and due to Raisi being behind, an aide informed Amanpour that President Obama had suggested wearing the head...

Dems Shift Strategy Ahead of Midterms

Senate Democrats are choosing to stay safe in the last few days before the midterm election by pledging to not allow an impasse in the federal government in the wake of Sen. Joe Manchin’s (D-W.Va.) controversial legislation to reform the permitting process or any other controversial issue that could provide struggling Republican candidates another chance. They’re staying clear of partisan...

Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) Braces To Lose House Majority After Midterms

Senator Chuck Schumer has seen a lot in his time in politics. Now, he is using that experience to predict the upcoming midterm elections for his party. With so many Democrats lacking confidence about the upcoming midterm elections, you must wonder if this could be a negative reinforcement tactic to try and get more Democrat voters to show up...

Tension Mounts Between Homeland Security and the White House Over the Surge of Illegal Immigrants

As first reported by NBC News, internal documents showcase how tensions between the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the White House are mounting over what to do with the consistent surge of illegal immigration in the country. With the number of people being caught crossing the southern border increasing daily, the problem is becoming more pervasive than ever. As...

Will Loan Forgiveness Hurt Military Recruiting?

Over the past several weeks since Democratic President Joe Biden announced his plans to forgive student loan debt, you’ve likely heard quite a bit on the subject. The argument for the program is a rather natural one, as those eligible are excited they will no longer be responsible for thousands of dollars in debt they have accrued in the...

Harris Gets Confused About Who Is Guilty of “Dereliction of Duty”

Kamala Harris has been known to get almost as confused as President Biden on some issues. And it seems that the Vice President doesn’t understand what “dereliction of duty” really looks like. By now, you’ve heard about the illegal migrants from Arizona, Texas, and Florida being placed onto buses. Then, those buses are sent to any city that claims they...

Bill to Divide Spousal Student Loans Heads to the House

Monday’s House Rules Committee vote approved a bill that allows borrowers to cancel spousal student loans. This could potentially make hundreds more Americans eligible for loan forgiveness. The committee was also represented by Democrats. They discussed how the bill would finally allow individuals to withdraw from the program in divorce cases or instances of domestic violence. Chairman Jim McGovern (D.Mass.) stated...