Paul Fleuret

by | Mar 10, 2023

AbsoluteTruth1776

Paul or AbsoluteTruth1776 was literally born for this time, having been born on July 4th, 1982, in the first county to ever declare Independence from the Crown (Mecklenburg, North Carolina). A Christian, Patriot, and warrior for truth, Abs is known for his eye-catching videos and witty commentary. You can catch him on the following shows on Badlands Media: Eye Of The Storm, NCSWIC, and Sports Talk!

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Iran launches drone attack against Israel

Iran launches drone attack against Israel

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Judge rejects motions to dismiss Hunter Biden’s gun case

Judge rejects motions to dismiss Hunter Biden’s gun case

A judge declined to dismiss a federal gun case against Hunter Biden on Friday, rejecting his assertion that he is being targeted for political reasons, among other arguments. The judge has not made a ruling on the constitutionality of the gun charges. Hunter Biden's...

Law restricting ballot traffickers in Georgia goes to trial

Law restricting ballot traffickers in Georgia goes to trial

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House votes to renew FISA program

House votes to renew FISA program

On Friday, the House approved the renewal of Section 702 of FISA, reforming and extending it for two years. The vote, which passed by a margin of 273-147, demonstrated bipartisan support, with both Republicans and Democrats endorsing the bill. Of those who backed the...

House rejects warrant requirement for searches in tie vote

House rejects warrant requirement for searches in tie vote

The House has declined a proposal aimed at barring warrantless surveillance searches by the federal government, dealing a setback to staunch lawmakers advocating for its inclusion in the broader national surveillance law, which is due to expire next week. The...