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O’Neill Tabbed to USILA Preseason All-America First Team

DURHAM – Duke junior attackman Brennan O'Neill made it a clean sweep on the 2023 preseason All-America lists, garnering first-team recognition from the USILA as announced Wednesday morning. O'Neill was a preseason first-team pick by USA Lacrosse Magazine and second team by Inside Lacrosse. O'Neill, recently selected to the...
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Episode 2485: The Plan To Get Back To An America First Policy

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‘America First’ Republicans will send delegates to state convention

HILLSDALE — Despite a court injunction and a ruling from Michigan GOP Chair Ron Weiser, Hillsdale County’s America First Republicans will send a slate of delegates to the Michigan GOP convention Feb. 17-18. On Thursday, Jan. 26, the America First Republicans — who controlled the Hillsdale County Republican Party starting in 2020 until they were ousted at the August 2022 primary election — convened for a county convention separate from a majority of the precinct delegates who held a county convention across town.

Who Were the First Americans?

The continents that are now called North and South America first received their name from a 15th-century Italian merchant and explorer named Amerigo Vespucci. However, the history of the Americas goes back much further than the late 1400s and European colonization. The continents of the "New World" were all inhabited by a litany of tribes and civilizations that predate the arrival of Europeans by thousands of years. However, even today, more information is emerging that could put once commonly held theories about human migration in the Americas into jeopardy. So, who were the first people to arrive in the Americas?

New GOP Committee On Weaponization Of Federal Government Meets For First Time

This past week, the hotly-anticipated House Select Committee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government met for the first time and paid out the groundwork for its actions over the coming two years. The Committee is chaired by Jim Jordan (R-OH) and features other prominent America First representatives likeDarrell Issa...