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DOJ Alleges Stanford Researcher Destroyed Evidence of Links to Chinese Military

A researcher at Stanford University has been indicted on charges of lying and destroying evidence of her status as a member of the Chinese military. Song Chen, a 39-year-old visiting medical researcher at the university, was charged last July over allegedly lying on a visa application about her membership in the People’s Liberation Army (PLA). On Feb. 18, a

Trump to Make First Public Speech Since Leaving White House at CPAC

Former President Donald Trump likely will make his first post-White House appearance at the end of February. He will be a keynote speaker at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) 2021 in Orlando, Florida, CPAC Communications Director Ian Walters confirmed to The Epoch Times. The former president’s speech is scheduled for the afternoon of Feb.

Biden Administration Suggests No New Sanctions for Nord Stream 2 Pipeline Project

A Biden administration official suggested Friday that the United States wasn’t planning to sanction Russia over Nord Stream 2, drawing pushback from legislators. Nord Stream 2 is a project aimed at connecting Russia and Germany through offshore natural gas pipelines. Russia would then be able to better provide natural gas to European nations. “The Nord

Harris Takes Customary Role of President by Calling Several Heads of State

Vice President Kamala Harris has recently called multiple heads of state, a task that is normally done by the president. Harris spoke with French President Emmanuel Macron on Monday, the White House said. Harris “expressed her commitment to strengthening bilateral ties between the United States and France and to revitalizing the transatlantic alliance,” a readout

CNN, NBC Paid Antifa Activist for Footage From Capitol Breach

Three news agencies paid a man who identifies as an Antifa activist and was charged with allegedly committing crimes during the Jan. 6 breach of the U.S. Capitol for video footage he captured during the mayhem. CNN, NBC, and the Australian Broadcasting Corp. (ABC) paid John Earle Sullivan thousands of dollars to use video clips

China Targets America’s Rare Earth Vulnerability

WASHINGTON—China is reportedly looking into curbing the export of rare-earth minerals to the United States, which may become a new source of friction between the two countries. China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology in January proposed draft controls on the production and export of rare-earth minerals and provided 30 days for public comment. During

Trump Says GOP Won’t Win With McConnell, Plans to Back MAGA Primary Candidates

Former President Donald Trump, in a strongly-worded statement, criticized Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s (R-Ky.) leadership and said the Republican Party won’t be successful in the future with McConnell at the helm. The former president’s statement, which was released through his Save America PAC on Feb. 15, blamed McConnell for the GOP’s 2020 loss of the Senate majority. He

Texas Independence Movement Gains Momentum: Daniel Miller

Proponents of Texas independence anticipate winning the referendum in which Texans will decide whether a process to determine the best way to withdraw from the union should be started, Daniel Miller, president of the Texas Nationalist Movement, told The Epoch Times. If radicals that are currently in Congress are put in charge of health, economy, energy it

Rural Electric Companies Hit Hard by Keystone XL Cancellation

This is part one of a series exploring the effects of President Joe Biden’s cancellation of the Keystone XL oil pipeline. MURDO, S.D.—For more than a decade, Jeff Birkeland had been waiting expectantly in the hope that the Keystone XL (KXL) pipeline would finally materialize and bring with it a much-needed boost to his rural community. His

How Living in China Changed My View on Trump and US Politics: Californian Native

In this interview, we talked with Kevin, a California native who, in his words, went from an almond milk latte drinking millennial liberal who viewed Donald Trump’s 2016 election as a catastrophe to America, to someone who voted for him in 2020. As for what caused that drastic change—he cites his four year experience living

READ: Former President Donald Trump’s Full Statement on Mitch McConnell

Former President Donald Trump issued a statement on Mitch McConnell on Tuesday. Read the full statement here: Statement by Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the United States of America The Republican Party can never again be respected or strong with political “leaders” like Sen. Mitch McConnell at its helm. McConnell’s dedication to business as

Updates on CCP Virus: Vitamin D Significantly Reduces Deaths, Study Claims

Providing high doses of vitamin D to patients admitted to hospitals after contracting the CCP virus could reduce deaths by 60 percent, according to a study by the Social Science Research Network. As part of the research, 551 patients admitted to a hospital in Spain were given calcifediol, a prehormone generated from vitamin D3, resulting in 80 percent of

Trump ‘Relieved’ by Acquittal in Impeachment Trial: Adviser

Former Trump campaign strategist Jason Miller told Newsmax on Monday that former President Donald Trump is glad that his impeachment trial is over and relieved that he has been acquitted. “Of course, the president was relieved,” Miller told the “Spicer & Co.” program. “He was glad to be getting past this second impeachment witch hunt.”

Free World Should Draw ‘Red Line’ Against Communist China: Former Pompeo Adviser

The world needs to wake up to the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) bullying and lay down its own rules to deter the regime’s aggressions, the China adviser to former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says. Miles Yu, a Chinese-born academic who helped shape the Trump administration’s China policy, called out the CCP’s tactic of threatening

Aim of Impeachment Was to Paint All Trump Voters as Criminals: Rep. Mike Johnson

Rep. Mike Johnson (R-La.) says Democrats used the impeachment of former President Donald Trump as a tool to paint all of his supporters with the brush of Capitol breach-related criminality. Johnson told Breitbart News in an interview on Feb. 14 that the ultimate aim of impeaching Trump a second time was to associate the 75

7 Republican Senators Who Voted to Convict Trump Face Backlash From Within Party

The seven Republican senators who called former President Donald Trump guilty of inciting an insurrection are already facing backlash from within the GOP, where Trump remains a popular figure. The Louisiana GOP’s Executive Committee unanimously voted to censure Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) over his vote, the party said in a brief statement. The state party had said earlier this

Trump ‘Ready to Move On’, ‘Excited About 2022’: Sen. Graham

Sen. Lindsay Graham (R-S.C.) on Sunday said he spoke with former President Donald Trump and that the former commander-in-chief is “ready to move on” after he was acquitted by the Senate in his second impeachment trial. The former president “was grateful to his lawyers, he appreciated the help that all of us have provided,” Graham

Trump Lawyers Celebrate Impeachment Acquittal, Criticize Media

Lawyers representing former President Donald Trump in his second impeachment trial celebrated after his acquittal, declaring victory. “We slammed it down on the mat and won this case. There’s no grappling anymore. We won. Not guilty,” Michael van der Veen, a Philadelphia lawyer who is part of the legal team, told reporters on Capitol Hill. “This was a difficult period

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