Fred Lucas, The Epoch Times

Fred Lucas

The Epoch Times

Washington, D.C., DC, United States

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  • The Stream
  • AmericanConservative
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  • Newsweek
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Recent articles by Fred:

Who Are the Left-Wing Donors Boosting America’s Youth Vote?

Commentary Mostly left-leaning donors bankrolled efforts in 2022 to turn out the youth vote, which early estimates show ... → Read More

Watchdog group questions legality of Special Counsel appointment to investigate Trump

A legal watchdog says the special counsel appointed to investigate issues related to Donald Trump's alleged storing of classified documents in Mar-a-Lago may not be qualified. → Read More

'Slow-walked justice': FBI insists it is prosecuting attacks on pro-life centers amid claims of politicization

Months after an attack on a pro-life pregnancy center, the FBI offered a reward for info on the person who firebombed the facility -- after Republicans in Congress began asking questions → Read More

7 Elections Reversed After Ballot Harvesting Scandals

A race for Congress and several mayoral and local office races were overtuned because of trafficking votes and ballot harvesting. → Read More

Biden administration ignores demands from Congress, watchdogs for voting executive order documents

Ten days from the midterm elections, the Biden administration still has not released detailed plans for its 'all-of-government' effort to increase voter turnout. → Read More

Pushing back against ESG movement, conservatives propose pro-fossil fuel board member for Exxon Mobil

A conservative group wants a pro-fossil fuel lawyer and scientist on the board of Exxon Mobil Corp., in an effort to confront an "insurgency" of pro-ESG members → Read More

Michigan Voter Records a ‘Mess,’ This Man Says. Here's Why.

Michigan already is fending off a lawsuit over the names of 26,000 dead voters still on the registration rolls. → Read More

Watchdog Finds 515 Duplicate Voters in 6 Minnesota Counties

A convicted sex offender who was committed for mental illness voted twice in 2020, records obtained by Public Interest Legal Foundation show. → Read More

After Marine veteran makes rescue, Baltimore police file gun charges against him

A Marine veteran faces charges after stopping a crime in progress with a concealed weapon that Baltimore police say was illegally carried into Maryland. → Read More

Conservative Groups Defend Eagle Forum From DOJ’s ‘Chilling’ Subpoena

The subpoena is “a transparent use of the civil litigation process to chill … speech and political organizing,” a legal brief says. → Read More

‘Taken their foot off the gas’: Pro-life movement found hurdles following Dobbs ruling

The pro-life movement in the U.S. has faced setbacks since SCOTUS overturned Roe v. Wade in June, but activists say that's not the right approach ahead of the midterms. → Read More

Justice Department Lawyer Smears Religious Liberty Advocate as ‘Hate Group’

A senior Justice Department official referred to a highly regarded religious liberty organization as a “hate group” in a recent LinkedIn post. → Read More

State Supreme Court contests draw more attention from voters, national parties

Following U.S. Supreme Court rulings on hot-button issues such as abortion and redistricting, voters are now looking at state Supreme Court races as November draws closer. → Read More

Major Recipient of Pfizer Research Dollars to Oversee Cancer Institute

Dr. Monica Bertagnolli will be the first woman to head the largest NIH institute as part of Biden’s “cancer moonshot.” → Read More

New Rules Guide These 4 States With Closest Election Margins in 2020

Voting procedures will differ significantly in the most competitive battleground states in the midterm elections, compared with 2020. → Read More

Biden Dismisses Voter Fraud, but Justice Department Keeps Prosecuting It

Voter fraud convictions under Biden include a former Democratic congressman, a councilwoman in New York state, and an Arizona police chief. → Read More

Garland Confirms He Signed Off on Warrant for Trump Raid

Noting “substantial public interest,” the attorney general asks a federal court to unseal the search warrant for Trump’s Florida estate. → Read More

Sen. Warren wants to expand IRS powers beyond the Inflation Reduction Act to prepare tax returns

Sen. Elizabeth Warren and other Democrats have plans to give more power to the IRS to prepare taxes, and the Inflation Reduction Act starts that process → Read More

4 Key Questions After FBI Raids Trump's Home

The Justice Department appears to be pursuing a violation of the Presidential Records Act, but isn’t saying. → Read More

Montana may show how election offices are 'addicted' to private money like Mark Zuckerberg's, report finds

Montana election officials at times welcomed private funding, emails from watchdog shows, even as Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg sought to give millions to local election offices. → Read More