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November has been one heckuva rollercoaster ride — from the midterms that disappointed many Republicans and conservative activists to more economic woes amid a holiday/Christmas shopping season that’s set to be the most expensive in decades to further persecution of conservatives by the Biden administration, there are a lot of reasons to have a cautiously pessimistic outlook as this year draws to a close. 


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We’re watching and reporting on the nationwide railroad strike that again threatens to further derail our economy, the runoff election in Georgia between Sen. Raphael Warnock and Herschel Walker, Dr. Fauci’s final weeks in government, congressional Democrat schemes to cram more radical legislation into the lame duck session, and Republican priorities for their majority in January’s new Congress.

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