"The First Amendment says that you can say whatever you want. However, decency and common sense require that one carefully consider their words and ideas before opening their mouth (or hitting that keyboard). There are too many people in America who think the First Amendment is a license to simply be outrageous." -- Michael Rivero

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Tucker Carlson, co-founder of the Daily Caller, recently made a bold prediction at a conference, stating that the year 2024 will be "like nothing we've ever seen."

His statement was in reference to the forthcoming presidential election and the prevailing political and cultural climate in the United States.

In a significant development, the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit has upheld a previous ruling by the U.S. District Court for the District of New Hampshire, thereby ensuring that former President Donald Trump remains on the ballot in the state.

This decision comes in the wake of an attempt by a relatively unknown Republican presidential candidate, John Anthony Castro, to have Trump removed from the ballot.

“Donald Trump is running for president again in the United States, as you know,” said Tucker. “What advice would you give him?”

“He should continue his fight against socialism because he is one of the few who truly understood that we are fighting socialism, that we are fighting the statists. He understood perfectly that the generation of wealth comes from the private sector. The state does not create wealth; the state destroys it. The state can give you nothing because it produces nothing, and when it attempts it, it does so poorly,” Milei answered.

The House Ethics Committee on Wednesday voted against opening an investigation into Democrat Rep. Jamaal Bowman for pulling the fire alarm.

There is no DOJ charge for “obstructing an official proceeding” for Bowman or investigation from House Ethics.

Bowman was only hit with one misdemeanor and he struck a deal with Democrat DC Attorney General Brian Schwalb to have the charges expunged.

But the House Ethics Committee will not investigate.  The committee is led by Republicans.

Far-right populist Geert Wilders has won the most votes Wednesday in the Dutch election with a landslide margin, according to an exit poll, putting him in line to lead talks to form a new ruling coalition and possibly become the country’s Prime Minister.

In a major shock, the exit poll published by the national broadcaster NOS said Wilders’ Party for Freedom (PVV) won 35 seats in the 150-seat lower house of parliament, more than twice the 17 he won at the last election.

Former President Donald Trump has filed for a new trial in his civil fraud case, arguing that the judge who will decide it is biased against him.

In a motion filed, Trump’s lawyers said, “The evidence of apparent and actual bias is tangible and overwhelming.”

The motion talks about Judge Arthur Engoron and his law clerk. Trump’s lawyers and the former president have complained many times about this person, which led to the judge ordering everyone to keep quiet, CNN reported.

Former troops are filing a lawsuit against the U.S. government, seeking compensation for lost pay and benefits resulting from the military vaccine mandate imposed by the Biden administration.

This legal action is being led by one of the attorneys who previously succeeded in challenging the Anthrax vaccine.

After the unmitigated disaster of the Summer Counteroffensive in the ground, and against the background of his covert struggle against Commander in Chief Valery Zaluzhny, Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky has launched a ‘PR counteroffensive’ of sorts.

The wartime leader is trying to put up a brave face, convince the world’s public opinion that he is control of things, and guarantee a continuation of the military and humanitarian support for his country.

Congressional investigators have obtained hours of video footage from undercover officers who were dispatched by the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police Department to the U.S. Capitol to conduct electronic surveillance during the Jan. 6 riot, a critical new piece of evidence that could help lawmakers fashion long-delayed security reforms.