Mark McCloskey picked up a new AR-15 and posted photos holding it after giving up his old one in a guilty plea last week. McCloskey and his wife, Patricia, became part of a national conversation after video emerged showing them holding an AR-15 and pistol, standing guard outside their St. Louis home in June 2020. On June 19, 2021, Mark tweeted a photo of himself holding a new AR-15. Mark’s wife, Patricia, is standing behind him in the photo giving a thumbs up. He said, “A year ago, the mob came to my door to attack my family — I backed them down. The mob came for me, the media attacked me & prosecutors tried to punish me for defending my family. They dropped all charges, except for a claim I instilled ‘imminent fear’ in the mob. I’d do it again.”

Mark McCloskey Posts Photos Holding New AR-15
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Mark McCloskey Posts Photos Holding New AR-15

Mark McCloskey picked up a new AR-15 and posted photos holding it after giving up his old one in a guilty plea last week.

A Christian non-profit is challenging the Internal Revenue Service after the agency denied them tax-exempt status saying “the Bible’s teachings are typically affiliated with the Republican Party and candidates.”

Christians Engaged describes itself as educational, Christian, and non-partisan, and operates out of Garland, Texas.

IRS Denies Christian Non-Profit Tax-Exempt Status
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IRS Denies Christian Non-Profit Tax-Exempt Status

A Christian non-profit is challenging the Internal Revenue Service after the agency denied them tax-exempt status.

Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) scored a major political victory for the Sunshine State’s cruise industry on Friday after taking on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) — which he said effectively placed a vaccine passport mandate on the industry: the federal district court in Tampa ruled in favor of Florida’s Motion for Preliminary Injunction, concluding the CDC’s guidelines “are likely unconstitutional and overstepping their legal authority” and claiming a “startlingly magnified power.”

DeSantis’s office announced the political victory on Friday evening, relaying Judge Steven Merryday’s conclusion that the government agency’s restrictions are “likely unconstitutional and overstepping their legal authority.” Because of the administration’s lawsuits, ships will be able to set sail without being caught in the middle, attempting to walk the line between following government guidelines and breaking Florida’s law banning the use of vaccine passports, which goes into effect July 1.

Ron DeSantis Wins Battle Against CDC to Protect Florida's Cruise Industry
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Ron DeSantis Wins Battle Against CDC to Protect Florida's Cruise Industry

Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) on Friday scored a major political victory for the Sunshine State's cruise industry.

South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem (R) stated that South Dakota would like to help the state of Texas with border security and that the state is evaluating helping out and is “working through that process to see if that’s something that we could make possible.”

Noem said, “Well, securing that border is a national security issue, and we in South Dakota are evaluating that. We’d love to help and we’re working through that process to see if that’s something that we could make possible.”

Noem: 'We'd Love to Help' Texas with Border, Working to See If We Can Make That Possible
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Noem: 'We'd Love to Help' Texas with Border, Working to See If We Can Make That Possible

On Saturday's broadcast of the Fox News Channel's "Fox & Friends," South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem (R) stated that South Dakota would like to help the | Clips

The status quo of illegal immigration under the Biden administration “is as bad as it’s ever been,” Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said on Friday’s edition of SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily with host Alex Marlow, author of Breaking the News: Exposing the Establishment Media’s Hidden Deals and Secret Corruption.

Federal law enforcement officers dealing with border security and migration are told by their superiors not to publicly discuss their professional conduct and observations, Paxton shared.

TX AG Paxton: Illegal Immigration ‘as Bad as It's Ever Been’; ‘Cartels Are the Primary Beneficiaries’
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TX AG Paxton: Illegal Immigration ‘as Bad as It's Ever Been’; ‘Cartels Are the Primary Beneficiaries’

The status quo of illegal immigration under the Biden administration “is as bad as it's ever been,” Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said.
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