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Recent articles by Ronn:

Rep. Tlaib praises group that calls to end US aid to Israel: 'I get strength from all of you'

Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., participated in a virtual event Thursday that supported Palestinians in Gaza while demonizing Israel, praising those involved for their activism. → Read More

GOP senators push back on DOJ 'policing the speech of citizens' in letter to Garland

Republican members of the Senate Judiciary Committee sent a letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland calling on him to tell Americans that the Justice Department will not and should not attempt to silence people who vocalize opposition to their state and local school board policies. The letter was a response to a memo sent to DOJ employees that sparked concern federal authorities would… → Read More

Andy McCarthy: DOJ has 'no jurisdiction' over school board meetings, AG memo is 'dangerous nonsense'

Former federal prosecutor Andrew McCarthy claims that not only is the Justice Department out of bounds in trying to get involved in conflicts arising out of school board meetings, but Attorney General Merrick Garland knows it. → Read More

Gorsuch, Breyer grill US lawyer on whether Guantanamo detainee can testify about 'black site' interrogation

The Supreme Court heard oral arguments Wednesday on whether the U.S. government can be made to disclose information about the alleged torture of a detainee suspected of being an al Qaeda operative. → Read More

GOP congressman calls DOJ school memo 'politically motivated abuse of power'

Attorney General Merrick Garland’s memo calling for federal intervention to address violence and threats toward state and local school board members continues to provoke a strong response from Republican lawmakers who say Garland’s words were dangerously vague and his plans exceed the scope of the FBI’s duties. → Read More

Hawley, Cotton grill DOJ official on memo targeting threats against teachers, school board members

Republican senators challenged Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco on a new memo from Attorney General Merrick Garland to Justice Department employees that discussed federal intervention in state and local school board meetings. → Read More

DOJ reviewing decision not to prosecute FBI agents in Nassar case

The Justice Department is reviewing its decision not to charge FBI agents for their conduct during the investigation of former USA Gymnastics doctor and convicted sex offender Larry Nassar, following testimony from several female athletes who said their complaints to the bureau had gone ignored for years. → Read More

Panama warns of looming Haitian migrant wave, tens of thousands on the way

Nearly 30,000 Haitian migrants have already made their way over the U.S.-Mexico border in recent weeks, but Panama's foreign minister says far more are on their way – and she has been sounding the alarm for months. → Read More

Judge grants unconditional release for John Hinckley Jr.

A federal judge ruled Monday that John Hinckley Jr. will be unconditionally released next year, more than 40 years after Hinckley shot then-President Ronald Reagan in 1981. → Read More

Mayorkas says as many as 12K out of 17K migrants have been released into U.S., and ‘it could be higher’ as DHS

Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas admitted Sunday that the vast majority of Haitian migrants who crossed the southern U.S. border in recent weeks have already been released into the United States, and it is possible that more will follow them. → Read More

Cuomo accuser Lindsey Boylan slams ex-aide DeRosa over 'coup' op-ed

Lindsay Boylan, the first woman to publicly accuse former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment, blasted former Cuomo aide Melissa DeRosa after DeRosa shared a Newsday op-ed that defended her old boss. → Read More

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signs bill easing prosecution of human smuggling suspects

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signed a bill that broadens the scope of who can be charged with human smuggling, while raising the stakes for offenses covered under the previous law. → Read More

'Squad' angers pro-Israel Dems with stance against Iron Dome funding

Pro-Israel Democrats are pushing back after far-left members of the party successfully pushed to have $1 billion in funding for the Iron Dome missile defense system stripped from a spending bill last week. → Read More

Mayorkas visits border, issues stern warning to illegal immigrants: 'Your journey will not succeed'

Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas had a strong message for those who might be planning to enter the United States illegally: don't. → Read More

Mayorkas rushes to Texas border sector overwhelmed by migrants, admitting 'challenging situation'

Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas is traveling to Del Rio, Texas, on Monday for a briefing on how the Biden administration is responding to a migrant surge in the area. → Read More

Omar calls on Schumer, White House to 'ignore' Senate parliamentarian on path to citizenship

The Senate parliamentarian determined that lawmakers cannot include a pathway to citizenship for illegal aliens in a budget reconciliation package, but Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., is pushing the Senate and the Biden administration to do it anyway. → Read More

NIH director believes widespread coronavirus vaccine boosters will be recommended despite FDA opinion

Dr. Francis Collins, director of the National Institutes of Health, maintained his support for people under age 65 who have been vaccinated against coronavirus to get a booster shot even after the FDA would not approve it. → Read More

Clinton campaign attorney Michael Sussmann pleads not guilty after allegedly lying to FBI

Michael Sussmann, the former Perkins Coie attorney indicted for allegedly lying to the FBI, pleaded not guilty to one count of making a false statement to a federal agent. → Read More

Who is Michael Sussmann, Clinton campaign attorney indicted in Durham probe?

A federal grand jury indicted attorney Michael Sussmann based on allegations stemming from Special Counsel John Durham's probe of the origins of the Russia investigation, leading to his resignation from a law firm with established ties to the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton's 2016 campaign. → Read More

Pompeo, Trump national security adviser in the dark on Milley's China intel and outreach, sources say

Neither former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo nor former National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien were aware of any intelligence while they were in office that suggested that Chinese officials believed the United States was planning an attack on China in the time period surrounding the 2020 election, former government officials told Fox News on Friday. → Read More