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Today, Striker Radio w Steve Pauwels:
Whatever one concludes about the legitimacy or illegitimacy of the 2020 election, it’s preposterous to insist voter corruption isn’t a real problem and that election integrity does not currently need attention. Human nature and the FACTS demonstrate this remains a pressing concern for America if the nation’s voting system is to stand as one that can be trusted.
Also, today on Striker Radio:
A prominent, historic figure made a surprising, pretty major mistake … Was the U.S. effort in Afghanistan REALLY a twenty-year waste? … More evidence backing up a well-known biblical account … When a nation loses sight of its ideals and vision — bad things follow …
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