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Award-winning investigative journalist John Solomon, who helped unravel the bogus Russia collusion scandal, gives you his exclusive reporting and big newsmaker interviews. To get the unvarnished truth about what’s really going on in Washington, subscribe today to John Solomon Reports. To find out more go to https://justthenews.com

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Award-winning investigative journalist John Solomon, who helped unravel the bogus Russia collusion scandal, gives you his exclusive reporting and big newsmaker interviews. To get the unvarnished truth about what’s really going on in Washington, subscribe today to John Solomon Reports. To find out more go to https://justthenews.com

    Gov. Kristi Noem: GOP leaders need to answer ‘why we’re not winning,’ and ‘cast a vision for America’

    Gov. Kristi Noem: GOP leaders need to answer ‘why we’re not winning,’ and ‘cast a vision for America’

    John Solomon and Amanda Head host ‘Just the News, No Noise’ delivering the pressing news of the day and giving you Information without indoctrination while rising above the rhetoric. Interviews this week with South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem, former Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad Wolf, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, New York Congresswoman Claudia Tenney, Harvard Law Professor Emeritus Alan Dershowitz, and Author of ‘Levis’s Unbuttoned’ - Jennifer Sey.

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    Ex-Democrat Senator: ‘Scared to death’ of widespread free speech censorship by US universities, think-tanks, and media

    Ex-Democrat Senator: ‘Scared to death’ of widespread free speech censorship by US universities, think-tanks, and media

    Robert Torricelli, former U.S. Senator from New Jersey, discusses protestors in Iran and free speech censorship on America’s college campuses. Torricelli comments that this trend is “troubling, and I don't know how we get out of it. And the odd thing about it is, it is the very institutions which have been the safeguard of American free thought and speech, American universities, think-tanks, the media, who are the worst offenders. We've entered in this period of American history, where are the range of permissible thought and speech has so narrowed, that if you depart from it at all, you are labeled, you are censored, and you are silenced.” The former Democrat senator comments, “It's incredibly dangerous. But who would have believed, the Founding Fathers would have been astounded that at a point in history American free thought and speech was challenged. And it didn't come from a foreign adversary, it didn't come from a radical political movement. It came from our own institutions, by labeling people whether it’s a racist, or antisemitic, or whatever other unattractive label, or simply claiming that the speech was unacceptable, because it's out of the norm. A free society moves in its’ thoughts by people who are out of the norm. We’ve progressed by people who are a step ahead in their thinking, you don’t progress by maintaining the status quo. I wish I could tell you how I thought that we could escape from this, I just I don't know, but it scares me to death.”

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    McDaniel needs to just 'gracefully exit' as RNC boss after midterm flop: Arizona GOP chair

    McDaniel needs to just 'gracefully exit' as RNC boss after midterm flop: Arizona GOP chair

    Kelli Ward, Chairwoman of the Arizona Republican Party, discusses the path forward for Republicans after disappointing midterm results and election integrity challenges in Arizona. When asked if the RNC has the right leadership, Ward responded that the Republican National Committee’s Chairwoman Rhonda McDaniel “has done, you know, a job and she's done a good job. It's a difficult job. I can tell you at the state level, it's difficult. It's a thankless job at the state level.” Saying, “But I think Ronna told us in January of 2021, that she was not going to run again, that this was her last term, that she wanted to rectify some of the things that happened in 2020. Those things haven't been rectified, they have not been fixed, and I think it's time for change. At the top of the RNC, I think Ronna should gracefully exit and allow someone else to come in and lead this organization.” Ward goes on that, “Instead, [Ronna’s] partnering up with a lot of the people who hate President Trump, to be honest, and to be frank. And I don't think that that's the direction that we want to go in our party. There is a move for many of the establishment, who have had such an iron grip on the Republican Party for so long, to do away with the America First message and do away with people who support making America great again. And I hate to see Ronna, as one or anyone, perpetuating that and putting us back and making us Democrat-like with all the people that we represent want us to be the party of faith, family and freedom, to be the party that supports small government and low taxes, personal responsibility, and following the Constitution. And they want to see that from the top all the way down to every grassroots activist, that exists currently.”

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    Blackburn holds the line on Defense spending bill: ‘No vax mandate until recruitment, retention goals’ met

    Blackburn holds the line on Defense spending bill: ‘No vax mandate until recruitment, retention goals’ met

    Senator Marsha Blackburn discusses her new bipartisan legislation removing “the Apple App Store and the Google Apps Store” as the gatekeepers for any and all apps that can go on your device.” She also discusses her amendments to the National Defense Authorization Act, which would “prohibit DoD from removing people who did not get the vaccine until DOD and the military branch reached their goals for their recruitment levels for the year.” This follows the past few years of low recruitment and retention numbers, as recent stats show that the military failed to reach their recruitment numbers by almost 25%. The Tennessee Senator comments, that “we know that recruitment levels are way down, that that our army is going to be about 15,000 troops short this year, and they think it'll be about 21,000 troops short next year. So my amendment is simple. It doesn't say DOD, you cannot do a vaccine mandate. It says DOD, you cannot do a vaccine mandate until you reach your recruitment and retention goals, that protects our men and women in uniform. And it protects the the military, it protects our army, their mission, and being able to implement their core mission. I'm working with House Armed Services Committee and with Republicans in the House. We're trying to get this in the bill that the House is going to pass first and then sent over to us and Senate.”

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    US Oil & Gas president on Biden Venezuela oil deal: Propping up Marxist gov't and 'one of the dirtiest oil producers globally’

    US Oil & Gas president on Biden Venezuela oil deal: Propping up Marxist gov't and 'one of the dirtiest oil producers globally’

    Tim Stewart discusses the Biden administration’s recent relaxation of oil sanctions against Venezuela, after it authorized Chevron to resume oil production through its joint ventures in the country. The President of US Oil and Gas Association comments on the hypocrisy of the Biden’s comments at the climate summit, earlier this week, where he committed the United States to pay poor countries reparations for the climate damage the United States may have imposed on them, while asking Venezuela for oil who is “one of the dirtiest oil producers globally.” Stewart comments, Biden "wouldn't need to be lifting sanctions on Venezuela, if he hadn't kicked the Canadians to the curb on day-one of [his] administration, that for whatever reason, the administration views some oil as good and some oil as bad, and in this particular case, they told the Canadians we don't like your heavy crude, it's bad. But you know, 377 days later, they've decided Venezuelan heavy crude is good.” Stewart says "the reality is, we're essentially propping up the Marxist regime, rather than turning to our own resources or our close allies to the north, the Canadians."

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    Louisiana solicitor general: Biden calls for ‘carbon’ climate reparations would be at least $9.5T, maybe 3x more

    Louisiana solicitor general: Biden calls for ‘carbon’ climate reparations would be at least $9.5T, maybe 3x more

    Louisiana Solicitor General Liz Murrill discusses Biden’s remarks back from the recent climate summit, in which he called for the United States to pay for the ‘social cost of carbon’ or reparations for climate damage. Murrill comments that the motivation for this type of initiative is to “create weapons to attack fossil fuels and the industry.” Saying that “social cost of carbon,” is a “is one of the tools that [fossil fuel opposition] has come up with, that would help them accomplish that, it's a made up number that purports to measure the global harm that is created by a single metric ton of carbon being added to the environment. But once they come up with this number, then they start applying it to everything. And because we breathe carbon dioxide out, cows emit methane, industrial processes, and fertilizer and concrete, and all of these things emit these other greenhouse gases. So you start applying it across the board to everything. Now you can control the rest of the entire regulatory environment by trying to impose the social costs and say, Well, every time you take ‘X’ action it causes this damage, globally to the environment, and destroys the planet.” Saying, there is “no there’s no statues that actually authorize [the Biden Administration] to do this.,”  and that the cost right now is at $9.5 Trillion is based on old Obama era numbers, not the current administration’s number they’ve come out with.

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