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A Subway employee was rewarded with a suspension after fearlessly defending herself against a gun-wielding attacker. The woman’s name is Araceli Sotelo, and she was working at a local Subway shop in Illinois when a man walked in waving a gun at her demanding money. In a split second, Sotelo decides to fight for her …

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While defeating Kent State on Saturday, Texas A&M made a noble gesture in appreciation of the United States of America. The Aggies dressed their stadium in red, white, and blue to commemorate the upcoming 20th anniversary of 9/11, and it was a sobering and patriotic sight to witness concerning the current events in Afghanistan. You …

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Florida authorities were in a dangerous standoff with an armed suspect when a naked woman cruised onto a crime scene in a golf cart. An affidavit of the incident said Jessica Smith, 28, from Boston, had “a distinct odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from her person, and she was completely nude.” Police in Dunedin …

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Press secretary for the Pentagon John Kirby claims that there was “nothing” in recent reports that indicated Gen. Milley would cause “any concern.” Kirby said that he “couldn’t speak to” the accusations made concerning Milley in the new book “Peril” which was co-written by Washington Post reporters Bob Woodward and Robert Costa. “I think you …

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Amid the growing controversy surrounding the COVID-19 vaccine and her reported hesitancy on the subject, Nicki Minaj has drawn the attention of several authorities on the subject, including Dr. Anthony Fauci and the White House — which the White House claims was a phone-only invitation, according to Minaj — as well as censorship on social …

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President Biden has quite a history of picking and choosing the issues that he will and will not discuss. Furthermore, when he does speak on his chosen issue he puts his own spin on it, glossing over details that are extremely important to the American public. Approximately 7,000 immigrants wait to be apprehended at the …

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According to a new health order, bars and wineries in Los Angeles County will soon require patrons to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination. Barbara Ferrer, director of the county’s Department of Public Health, announced that patrons and employees of these types of establishments will be required to have had at least one dose of vaccine …

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Associate Editor Bob Woodward and national political reporter Robert Costa of the Washington Post released excerpts from their new book, “Peril,” which includes interviews with more than 200 people and will be released next week. In the book, President Joe Biden allegedly pressed Democratic West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin to approve the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 …

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Rapper Mo Fayne has been sentenced to 210 months in prison, which equates to 17 and a half years, due to his involvement in a PPP loan fraud case. Following a guilty plea to six charges of bank and wire fraud, the “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” singer was sentenced to prison according to newly …

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A California sheriff has taken a stance against the vaccine mandate imposed on employees in his department, saying that the government has “no authority to mandate your health choices.” “Over the past couple of weeks, the idea of forced vaccination has caused much concern across the entire country,” Riverside County Sheriff Chad Bianco said in …

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