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DC Police Reveal Why They Arrested Teens Writing Pro-Life Messages In Chalk

DC Police Reveal Why They Arrested Teens Writing Pro-Life Messages In Chalk

The Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Police Department arrested two students Saturday morning for defacing property after they wrote pro-life messages in chalk, MPD told the Daily Caller News Foundation. Students for Life of America and the Frederick Douglass Foundation had planned to write the words “BLACK…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Monday, August 3, 2020
DeSantis backs Florida mail-in voting

DeSantis backs Florida mail-in voting

Gov. Ron DeSantis said Thursday he supports Florida’s mail-in voting system but declined to address President Trump’s tweet suggesting a delay in the election because of his concerns that mass mail-in voting would lead to fraud. “To just have ballots flying out there willy nilly,…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Friday, July 31, 2020
Maine’s most expensive ballot fight ever unites natural gas companies and environmentalists

Maine’s most expensive ballot fight ever unites natural gas companies and environmentalists

The fate of a clean energy transmission line lies in the hands of Mainers this fall in a ballot battle so fierce it’s broken political spending records in the state. The battle lines over the project, a roughly 150-mile transmission line that will carry Canadian…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Thursday, July 30, 2020
Georgia governor withdraws request for emergency injunction against Atlanta’s mask mandate

Georgia governor withdraws request for emergency injunction against Atlanta’s mask mandate

Gov. Brian Kemp on Tuesday withdrew his request for an emergency injunction against Atlanta’s mask mandate and other measures focused on fighting the spread of COVID-19, while citing progress in his talks with Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms. But Kemp’s lawsuit against the city remains alive…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Wednesday, July 29, 2020
Members of black pro-gun group NFAC hurt by friendly fire during Louisville protest

Members of black pro-gun group NFAC hurt by friendly fire during Louisville protest

Three members of the black-led pro-gun organization “Not F–king Around Coalition” were struck by friendly fire in Louisville, Kentucky on Saturday while protesting the police shooting of Breonna Taylor, according to reports. Shots were fired around 1 p.m. in Louisville’s Baxter Park, police said. Police…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Monday, July 27, 2020
Police in Portland say a bag containing loaded rifle magazines and Molotov cocktails was found at a park

Police in Portland say a bag containing loaded rifle magazines and Molotov cocktails was found at a park

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — A night that started with a reported shooting and a bag containing loaded rifle magazines and Molotov cocktails amid a peaceful protest — morphed into an intense early morning confrontation between demonstrators and law enforcement in Oregon’s largest city. U.S. agents…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Monday, July 27, 2020
Federal agents sent to Seattle area for standby, as Mayor Durkan seeks assurances they won’t crack down on protesters

Federal agents sent to Seattle area for standby, as Mayor Durkan seeks assurances they won’t crack down on protesters

A day after multiple businesses were vandalized during protests on Capitol Hill, and ahead of demonstrations expected this weekend, Mayor Jenny Durkan said Thursday she had received assurances from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) that federal agents would not at this time be sent…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Friday, July 24, 2020
Christopher Columbus statue taken down hours after Lightfoot ordered its removal

Christopher Columbus statue taken down hours after Lightfoot ordered its removal

The Christopher Columbus statue in Grant Park was removed hours after Mayor Lori Lightfoot called for its removal. Two cranes pulled their way up to the statue just before 2 a.m. Friday, after hours of vocal confrontations between protestors and supporters of the statue, including…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Friday, July 24, 2020
Oregon urges judge to rein in US agents deployed in Portland

Oregon urges judge to rein in US agents deployed in Portland

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Attorneys for Oregon argued Wednesday for a restraining order against federal agents deployed to quell protests in Portland — a standoff that some legal experts have warned could lead to a constitutional crisis in an election year. A federal judge heard…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Thursday, July 23, 2020
Violence escalates overnight between feds, protesters after thousands march in downtown Portland

Violence escalates overnight between feds, protesters after thousands march in downtown Portland

Portland moms and dads marched in droves Monday night, joining downtown protesters on the 54th night of demonstrations that would later swell overnight amid escalating tensions with feds in the city, according to multiple reports. The group of parents dressed in yellow and orange marched…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Tuesday, July 21, 2020
Seattle rioters seen damaging, looting stores; 2 arrests, 12 cops injured

Seattle rioters seen damaging, looting stores; 2 arrests, 12 cops injured

At least two people were arrested in Seattle and a dozen police officers were injured--including one who was hospitalized-- Sunday after a march through downtown devolved into property damage and looting, police say. Police said the demonstrators had broken out several windows of the East…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Monday, July 20, 2020
Tommy Tuberville: ‘Maybe’ to Doug Jones debate and ‘no’ to mandatory masks

Tommy Tuberville: ‘Maybe’ to Doug Jones debate and ‘no’ to mandatory masks

One day after winning the Republican nomination for the U.S. Senate, Tommy Tuberville said he would probably agree to a debate with Sen. Doug Jones but did not say it was a sure thing. “Maybe,” Tuberville told AL.com. “We’re looking at is as a team.…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Thursday, July 16, 2020
Troy Nehls’ runoff victory shapes one of six competitive Texas congressional races

Troy Nehls’ runoff victory shapes one of six competitive Texas congressional races

Fort Bend Sheriff Troy Nehls cruised to victory in his race against Houston Republican party financier Kathaleen Wall to win the Republican nomination in the 22nd Congressional District setting the stage for what is considered one of the most competitive Congressional races in the nation…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Wednesday, July 15, 2020
Twitter reacts to Congressman Glenn Grothman’s coughing fit during Wisconsin maskless GOP convention speech

Twitter reacts to Congressman Glenn Grothman’s coughing fit during Wisconsin maskless GOP convention speech

Wisconsin congressman Glenn Grothman broke out into an unmasked coughing fit at the microphone of his speech at the GOP state convention in Green Bay on Saturday. "Let's talk about Donald John Trump," the U.S. representative from Wisconsin's Sixth Congressional District said as he began…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Monday, July 13, 2020
How Senate candidates Mark Kelly and Daniel McCarthy are tied to businesses that got PPP cash

How Senate candidates Mark Kelly and Daniel McCarthy are tied to businesses that got PPP cash

Two businesses and a non-profit with ties to the two U.S. Senate candidates aiming to unseat incumbent Republican Sen. Martha McSally took loans from the federal government’s Paycheck Protection Program, intended to help prop up the economy by infusing more than $600 billion into businesses…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Wednesday, July 8, 2020

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