The Georgia DA prosecuting Donald Trump allegedly hired her married lover to handle the case, while Attorney General Merrick Garland vows to prosecute everyone connected to J6—even if they weren’t at the US Capitol on that day.

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Last week, China and Brazil agreed to settle payments for trade in yuan and real, bypassing the US dollar. This is the latest in a series of events pointing to the imminent end of the dollar as the world’s reserve currency.

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The Supreme Court hears a case beginning today that could mean the end of racial quotas. The suit is based in part by claims that Asian students are discriminated against in college admissions in favor of other students of color.Continue Reading

Suburban swing voters are leaving the Democratic Party in droves. Associated Press reports that voter registrations show more than 1 million voters have switched to the Republican Party over the last year.Continue Reading

Friday’s ruling by the Supreme Court ended federal protection for abortions and returns the matter of legality to the several states. Contrary to the claims of some commentators, this does not open the door to revisit same-sex marriage, interracial marriage, or contraception.Continue Reading

The director of the Texas Department of Public Safety told lawmakers there Tuesday that police could have neutralized the shooter in Uvalde three minutes after he entered the school building but for the on-scene commander “who decided to place the lives of officers before the lives of children.”Continue Reading

The Pentagon said last week it provided the intelligence used by Ukraine to kill 12 Russian generals and Russia’s Black Sea flagship, the Moskva. This raises the question of where, exactly, is Putin’s “red line” regarding American involvement in that war?

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The draft of an opinion signed by five Supreme Court justices indicates that the court is about to overturn 1973’s landmark ruling Roe v. Wade and return the question of the legality of abortion to the states.Continue Reading