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- On Wednesday, Langone squared off with Warren and asked why she was so focused on promoting her wealth tax, which many argue would harm the economy instead of addressing programs that could be altered to save the government money without causing economic damage like social security.
- Langone said combined he and his wife receive $4,000 a month in social security and asked Warren why she was trying to tax the wealthiest Americans while allowing the federal government to pay them every month.
- In an interview with KUOW, Durkan says she is not surprised about the number of officers leaving, after other city leaders took up calls to cut the police department's budget.
- But the mayor argues that the city can support its police force and community-based programs to reduce violence.
- In a ruling issued last week, U.S. District Judge Gary Klausner rejected prosecutors' request to dismiss a lawsuit filed by the owner of Box 904, one of more than 600 safe deposit boxes seized by the FBI during the March 22 raid of U.S. Private Vaults.
- A federal judge issued a sharp rebuke to the FBI's attempt to expose the identity of one of the anonymous victims of a March raid that seized more than $86 million in cash, jewelry, and other valuables from safe deposit boxes in Beverly Hills, California.
Jewish Ben & Jerry’s Franchise Owner Slams Company’s Israel Boycott, Donates Portion Of Profits To Israeli Charities
- After Ben & Jerry’s ended sales in certain parts of Israel, a Jewish franchise owner cited the move as a cause of low store traffic — and nevertheless vowed to donate a portion of his profits to Israel-based charities.
- As The Daily Wire recently reported, the ice cream manufacturer — which frequently endorses left-leaning policies — revealed on July 19 that it would cease sales in areas purportedly “occupied” by Israelis:
Here Are the 17 Senate Republicans Who Sided with Democrats, Voted to Advance Massive Infrastructure Bill
- Even as some Republican senators wanted to see the text of the $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill that is being considered by the Senate, 17 GOP senators voted Wednesday to move forward with the bill, which is one of President Joe Biden’s top legislative priorities.
- The procedural vote is not the final vote on the bill, but it clears one major hurdle as Democrats move forward with a one-two punch that also includes a $3.5 trillion catch-all bill to fund liberal priorities not included in the infrastructure legislation.
- A recent article in Slate entitled the “ National Security Disaster You Probably Missed Last Week: One of Washington’s Most Sclerotic Bureaucracies Strikes Back ” raises some disturbing questions about what looks like a “political hit job” orchestrated by the Office of the Department of Defense Inspector General (DOD IG).
- Instead of leading a remarkable comeback for Team USA, Brown recently withdrew his nomination due to the time the DOD IG said it would take to conduct an investigation into a previously reviewed complaint about his use of what are supposed to be legal and flexible contracting and personnel authorities while at DOD.
- "Given the recent spread of the delta variant, including among those Americans both most likely to face evictions and lacking vaccinations, President Biden would have strongly supported a decision by the CDC to further extend this eviction moratorium to protect renters at this moment of heightened vulnerability," White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Thursday.
- The White House on Thursday called on Congress to pass legislation to extend the federal eviction moratorium past Saturday, when it is scheduled to expire after a ruling from the Supreme Court .
- On Wednesday, the two leftists who founded the ice cream company Ben & Jerry’s, Bennett Cohen and Jerry Greenfield, defended the company’s decision to refuse to sell their product in the Biblical lands of Judea and Samaria in Israel.
- If it weren’t enough to target Jews in Judea and Samaria, they ratcheted up the rhetoric even higher: “In our view, ending the sales of ice cream in the occupied territories is one of the most important decisions the company has made in its 43-year history.
- Visit Credible to compare interest rates on a range of financial products, from mortgage refinancing to personal loans for debt consolidation.
- Refinancing your mortgage or other consumer debts while interest rates are low can help you lower your monthly expenses so you can get back on track with your budget.
- Focusing on obesity as though it were the only risk factor for severe COVID-19 is a trend among right-wing communities that combines two parallel threads in online subcultures: the anti-vax community’s belief that a healthy lifestyle and one’s natural immune system are as effective as vaccination in preventing disease and the right-wing troll culture’s long fixation on fat shaming.
- FiveThirtyEight politics reporter Kaleigh Rogers acknowledged obesity significantly raises one’s risk to COVID-19, but went on to brand such a focus on obesity as an ill-faith fixation of “right-wing communities,” without emphasizing how individuals who live a healthy lifestyle absent underlying conditions enjoy a 99 percent odds of survival.
- FIRST ON FOX: Republican Sen. Marco Rubio on Thursday plans to roll out a measure that would direct the Government Accountability Office to review the decision-making process for public health messaging at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention after the agency reversed its guidance on mask-wearing for vaccinated individuals.
- The bill, obtained before introduction by Fox News, called the Restore Public Health Institution Trust Act, would direct the GAO to review the data the CDC uses to make its recommendations.
- As identified in the resolution that passed the board, the county and state will work together on “construction, final delivery, and operation, funded through ongoing toll revenue,” for a project such as the Corridor Cities Transitway or Bus Rapid Transit on Route 355.
- The state also previously agreed to a request I organized to build exclusive bus-ramps that will be the backbone of a bus rapid transit connection from Montgomery to Tysons, Dulles International Airport and other major destinations in Virginia, which neither Metro nor MARC provide.
- American gymnast Sunisa Lee stepped into the void left by Simone Biles and won a gold medal Thursday in the women’s all-around competition of the Tokyo Olympics.
- By making it to Tokyo, she had already made history as the first Hmong-American to compete for the United States in the Olympics, according to NBC News .
- The latest campaign ad you’d like to sniff through the screen comes courtesy of Gucci and its new Flora Gorgeous Gardenia fragrance, which is being fronted by Cyrus and her ever-powerful shaggy mullet .
- So what does Flora Gorgeous Gardenia smell like, other than “delicious!”
- "South Korean Olympic gold medalist in archery, An San, is being criticized by male netizens for her short hair – yet another display of the online anti-feminist movement in a county where haircuts can still be controversial among select groups," the journalist wrote on Twitter.
- South Korean archer An San has proudly taken home two gold medals, breaking an Olympic record in the process, but despite her achievements, the 20-year-old athlete has come under fire by a growing anti-feminst movement in her country over the length of her hair.
Maskless GOP Rep Tells Pelosi to ‘Come and Get Me’ as Capitol Police Are Ordered to Arrest Those Who Don’t Comply with Mandate
- South Carolina Republican Rep. Nancy Mace posted a fiery video to Twitter on Thursday in which she walked without a mask in the Capitol building and challenged Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi with four words: “Come and get me.”
- Cammack wrote, “In today’s edition of Pelosi’s abuse of power, Capitol Police have been directed to arrest staff and visitors to comply with her mask mandate for vaccinated individuals.”
- With seventeen Republicans and all fifty Democrats voting in favor of beginning deliberations, the proposal for $550 billion in new spending has officially cleared an important procedural hurdle.
- The plan was trimmed from the $579 billion in new spending senators and the White House agreed to last month — a sum many Democrats considered paltry.
- During his confirmation hearing, Kennedy pressed Dellinger on a 2019 tweet in which he claimed that “ if there were no Republican men in elected office, there would be no abortion bans.
- Republican Louisiana Sen. John Kennedy flustered President Joe Biden’s nominee to a senior position in the Department of Justice (DOJ) by quizzing him on an old tweet during a Wednesday confirmation hearing.
- George Mason University International Law Professor Eugene Kontorovich said that some state legislation allows leaders to place a boycott on ice cream maker Ben & Jerry's, in response to its boycott on Israel, citing "proxy for bigotry" and anti-Semitism.
- American-Israeli professor of international law Eugene Kontorovich explains how certain legislation could permit states to boycott Ben & Jerry’s in return, citing bigotry and anti-Semitism.
- If the Italian prime minister’s €248 billion economic recovery plan succeeds, it will change the European conversation, so that neighborly solidarity and fiscal risk-taking are seen as good investments.
- Although it is unclear how long current Prime Minister Mario Draghi, a former president of the European Central Bank, will remain in office, the odds are that he will be true to tradition.
- St. Louis County Health Director Faisal Khan wrote an op-ed Wednesday laying out the physical threats and racist slurs he was subjected to by a crowd of Donald Trump supporters enraged over new mask guidance in the county amid a surging outbreak of COVID-19.
- And Khan accused Missouri GOP Senate hopeful Mark McCloskey — infamous for waving a gun at Black Lives Matter protesters in the summer of 2020 — of encouraging that behavior from the crowd.
- "We’ve all seen the various flip-flops of the CDC and Dr. Anthony Fauci over the last 18 months," freelance writer Drew Holden wrote.
- A Twitter thread published Wednesday aimed to put a spotlight on "the various flip-flops" of Dr. Anthony Fauci and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic .
- In his statement today, Trump blamed McConnell for Republican Senate defeats in Arizona and Georgia during the 2020 election, conveniently ignoring the fact that hatred of his own presidency drove record Democratic turnout.
- Unable to tweet thanks to his January 6th insurrection ban, he released a statement through intermediaries in which he slammed the “weak leadership” of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) and blamed him for Senate Republicans continuing to “lose.”
Bar Owner Killed Himself After Fatally Shooting Rioter; Now His Family Is Suing Prosecutor Who Branded Him Racist
- As noted by The Daily Wire back in September, Gardner’s attorneys at the time, Stu Dornan and Tom Monaghan, according to the Omaha World-Herald, said their client’s suicide stemmed from “a cocktail of behavioral health problems stemming from head trauma he experienced during military service, the belief that people were out to kill him, and an ‘incessant rush to judgment’ by social media jockeys.”
- Franklin, who said he initially thought Gardner acted in self-defense, agreed with the grand jury and announced in September that Gardner was indicted on charges of manslaughter, attempted first-degree assault, terroristic threats, and use of a firearm in connection with a felony.
- Now, a Catholic priest has been banned from speaking publicly after claiming the survivors of those schools are only talking about their abuse in order to make a quick buck .
- As of Jan. 31 of that year, it said 37,951 claims for injuries resulting from physical and sexual abuse at residential schools had been received.
- New Yorkers have had more immediate reasons lately to think about garbage pickup: 1) It’s summer and therefore Hot Trash Season ; and 2) the city’s former sanitation commissioner, Kathryn Garcia, came within one percentage point during ranked choice voting of winning the Democratic primary for mayor.
- The first mayor, a woodworker named Emil Seidel, was swept into office on the Socialist Party line as a response to the deep corruption of the incumbent Democrats, and immediately got to work raising the minimum wage, strengthening the power of the civil service against patronage appointees, and laying the groundwork for what would become a nationally famous network of parks centered on the city’s lakefront.
- Trump targeted Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and other “RINOs” for voting to begin debate on the package, which provides billions of federal dollars to upgrade the nation’s roads, bridges, waterways, drinking water pipes and more.
- Former President Donald Trump erupted at Senate Republicans Thursday after they moved to advance a bipartisan infrastructure bill.
- “Jungle Cruise,” opening July 30, is just the latest of many movies Disney has based on its theme park rides – from “Pirates of the Caribbean” to “Country Bears” to “The Haunted Mansion” to “Tomorrowland.”
- The movie version of “Jungle Cruise” adapts some of its story points from the original theme park ride (though some aspects, such as the depiction of the tribe as primitive cannibals, have been revised – in keeping with recent updating to the attraction).
Trump Slams Senate Republicans for Siding with Democrats on Infrastructure, Threatens ‘Lots of Primaries’
- In June, Trump released a statement to officially endorse Alaska Republican Senate candidate Kelly Tshibaka, opposing incumbent Sen. Lisa Murkowski, who also voted to impeach the former president after the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol incursion.
- Former President Donald Trump issued a statement on Wednesday warning Senate Republicans not to negotiate with Democrats on the massive infrastructure package, calling Utah Republican Sen. Mitt Romney a “SUPER RINO” and threatening “lots of primaries.”
Chris Cuomo Invited the ‘Unvaccinated Only’ California Restaurant Owner on His Show and Had Immediate Regrets
- Roman pushed back on Cuomo's decision to invoke protecting families by suggesting "maybe we should ask your brother [New York Governor Andrew Cuomo] about protecting people, right?"
- Tony Roman is the owner of Huntington Beach, California restaurant Basilico’s Pasta E Vino where he's made headlines for implementing a rule that only individuals who haven't received a Wuhan coronavirus vaccine are allowed to patronize his establishment.
- Yet in a special U.S. House election in North Texas on Tuesday, July 27, Republican voters didn't choose the candidate who Trump endorsed.
- Although former President Donald Trump didn't perform as well in Texas in the 2020 election as he did in some other red states — Trump defeated now-President Joe Biden by 6% in Texas compared to 43% in Wyoming, 34% in North Dakota and 30% in Idaho — he has maintained a strong influence on the Texas Republican Party.
- Retired SEALs Brady Duke (R-Fla.), Derrick Van Orden (R-Wis.), Eli Crane (R-Ariz.), Morgan Luttrell (R-Texas) and Ryan Zinke (R-Mt.) joined Fox News’ Steve Doocy on " Fox & Friends " to discuss why they are running and what they plan to accomplish.
- When asked why he wants to run for Congress, 14-year military veteran Morgan Luttrell said, "I don’t."
- Earlier this week, Fenty Beauty posted a curious video to its Instagram page, showing off a perfume bottle with the caption: “Something sensual, confident yet sexxy coming your way very soon…” It wasn’t long before the likes and comments came flooding in.
- We might still be waiting for that album to materialize (Rihanna, if you see this…), but at least we now have Fenty Eau de Parfum to fill the void in the meantime.
- Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said Thursday that all 50 Democrats will vote to move forward on the party’s $3.5 trillion social spending proposal.
- While 17 Republicans, including Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, joined all 50 Democrats in voting to consider the bipartisan legislation, Republicans are dubbing the second multitrillion-dollar package as a “reckless tax and spending” spree.
- “I would hope that politics on both sides would be removed from this, and we could take this as a teachable moment about just how valuable police officers and law enforcement are,” McCain said.
- On Wednesday’s episode of “The View,” conservative cohost Meghan McCain took a stand for American police officers, and slammed Capitol rioters for trying to defund them.
- "Given the recent spread of the Delta variant, including among those Americans both most likely to face evictions and lacking vaccinations, President Biden would have strongly supported a decision by the CDC to further extend this eviction moratorium to protect renters at this moment of heightened vulnerability.
- Psaki said: "In light of the Supreme Court's ruling, the President calls on Congress to extend the eviction moratorium to protect such vulnerable renters and their families without delay."
- After months of unanswered questions and legal wrangling about their obligation to disclose details of the shitshow "forensic audit" to the public, Cyber Ninjas finally emailed reporters yesterday to spell out exactly who kicked up the $5.7 million to fund this debacle — because no one thought the $150,000 in taxpayer money was going to cover more than a day's worth of shenanigans.
- Like the fact that Doug Logan, the guy running the audit, appeared in a batshit film alleging the CIA rigged the election for Biden.
- The defendant, Jack Griffith, pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of illegally demonstrating in the Capitol building, which has become the standard plea deal that the Justice Department has offered to nonviolent rioters.
- Howell appears to be the first judge to question the Justice Department's misdemeanor plea offers for participants in the January 6 insurrection, though
- The company has also said it will reserve 20 to 35 percent of its IPO shares for Robinhood users, who have opened some 22 million accounts through the platform.
- It’s also been the subject of significant scrutiny, including concerns that it makes trading feel too much like a game, nudges people toward too much risk, and uses a business model — payment for order flow — that hides the actual cost of trading.
- Due to the soda brand’s connection with the music and entertainment industry, the experience will allow guests to show off their inner "pop stars."
- In a press release, PepsiCo called the experience, Pepsi Pop Star, a "first-of-its-kind." The attraction will open on July 30 and will inhabit a 2,500 square foot space in the Kissing Tower area of the park.
- This change in the science was the impetus for the new guidance, because it suggests that vaccinated people could be carriers and therefore capable of spreading the coronavirus to family members who are unvaccinated or immunocompromised.
- If most transmission is happening because of the unvaccinated, then why is the CDC saying that the guidance is evolving because the science changed about transmission risk of the vaccinated ?
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During Wednesday's Ingraham Angle, guest and sometimes host Raymond Arroyo, who writes religious books and hosts a show on a Catholic network, made believe he was a sex abuse expert and attacked Simone Biles for not "sticking the landing in the Olympics."
Ingraham played some video of Biles talking to the media to explain why she pulled out of the Tokyo games.
Cut to Arroyo who said, "On the one hand I get it, she had a bad performance, she was lost midair in a flip. She probably feared breaking her neck There is also the traumatic sex abuse that she endured at the hands of evil Dr. Nassar, BUT"
Sure, what Dr. Larry Nassar did is easily fixed with a few therapy sessions.
There's always a BUT when it comes to these f**king bastards that use their religious beliefs to attack our US athletes for purely right-wing political reasons.
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"The time to work through all of that was before the Olympic trials not during the Olympic games. You're part of a team now and if you can physically perform, your job is get into that headspace where you can overcome your fears and your jitters and stick the landing," Arroyo said.
- Republican Study Committee Chairman Jim Banks, who was kicked off of the January 6th commission by Pelosi last week, is giving voice to Capitol Police Officers who want to adequately protect members of Congress in the future by thoroughly investigating past failures.
- "The police response to January 6th represents a disastrous collapse of leadership that was not simply an aberration confirmed to one day.
- Over at Ariake Urban Sports Park, a dazzling stadium setup that would have seated 7,000 spectators for the Olympic debut of skateboarding, 8-year-old Ayane Nakamura was doing ollies on her “Peanuts” skateboard outside the venue.
- That same stunt that overzealous fans pull in the Alps and Pyrenees during the Tour de France, where it might annoy Mr. Carapaz to no end, was actually welcomed by him in the Olympic road race.
- Recent numbers shows that FOX News beat both CNN and MSNBC combined in both day and primetime total viewers for the second consecutive week, sweeping the board in the highly coveted 25-54 age demographic, according to Nielsen Media Research.
- FOX News' "Tucker Carlson Tonight" remained the highest-rated cable news program in all categories, netting 2.8 million viewers, 484,000 in the 25-54 demo and 304,000 in the 18-49 demo, according to data from Nielsen Media Research.
- such as Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) and Rep. Cori Bush (D-MO) — denounced the bipartisan infrastructure negotiations group for their race.
- The diversity of this “bipartisan coalition” pretty perfectly conveys which communities get centered and which get left behind when leaders prioritize bipartisan dealmaking over inclusive lawmaking (which prioritizes delivering the most impact possible for the most people) https://t.co/U6bqd9o51C
- But Trump's "lawyers" (?) argued in court that those chumps plaintiffs should have to go through arbitration anyway because arbitration is in the ACN pie and they get a piece don't they?
- Or, as Courthouse News puts it, this "federal class action [lawsuit] says the Trumps perpetuated a yearslong fraud by promoting the ACN pyramid scheme on 'The Apprentice' and at business conventions."
- Indictee Thomas Robertson, an active officer with the Rocky Mount, Virginia, police department, who entered the Capitol with a colleague and later boasted about it to his colleagues on Facebook, claiming he had broken no laws— had his pretrial release revoked after FBI agents discovered that he had purchased an arsenal of over 30 guns and a stockpile of ammunition in the weeks after his arrest, and despite release conditions requiring him to abjure all weapons.
- At least 15 of the people arrested so far were either currently employed in law enforcement on Jan. 6 or former police officers, according to court documents and employment records.
- During riots last year sparked by the death of George Floyd, two Vera executives expressed support for the “defund the police” movement among Black Lives Matter activists.
- The federal government is giving millions of taxpayer dollars annually to a group that supports defunding police departments.
- After a setback on Tuesday in Texas when Susan Wright, the Trump backed candidate in an all-Republican House special election runoff in Texas’ 6th Congressional District, was defeated, the primary in Ohio – and the former President’s endorsement of Carey – is grabbing more national attention.
- And Carey is the only candidates backed by Trump in the race for a seat left vacant after longtime Republican Rep. Steve Stivers stepped down to become president and CEO of the Ohio Chamber of Commerce.
- The government watchdog group known as Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) has filed a federal criminal complaint against former President Donald Trump and former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, alleging that attempts by the duo to overturn the outcome of the 2020 presidential election violated the law.
- As CREW puts it, “News reports and recently released internal DOJ emails reveal Trump and Meadows engaged in a public and private campaign to pressure federal and state government officials to use their authority to instigate frivolous investigations into voter fraud, file baseless lawsuits challenging the validity of the election in several states and commit election fraud with the intent of overturning the presidential election.”
- JLo is still on her vacation, but is now on the Amalfi Coast, still sailing the yacht with Ben, according to People .
- Coincidentally, A-Rod’s birthday is a few days after J.Lo’s, so they probably both filled out their PTO forms for this specific week in July, and both intended to be in St. Tropez celebrating their refusal to age.
- Rand Paul's 2016 presidential campaign committee has been fined $21,000 by the Federal Election Commission for improperly handling contributions, according to documents obtained by a newspaper.
- Sen. Rand Paul, seen here in June 2020, has been fined $21,000 by the Federal Election Commission for improperly handling contributions.
- As The Daily Wire reported on Wednesday afternoon, Republican and Democratic members of the Senate revealed that they had addressed final kinks in their infrastructure proposal — an alternative to President Biden’s $2.7 trillion American Jobs Plan .
- Roads and bridges ($110 billion): “The Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal will invest $110 billion of new funds for roads, bridges, and major projects, and reauthorize the surface transportation program for the next five years building on bipartisan surface transportation reauthorization bills passed out of committee earlier this year.
- New CDC guidance states masks must be worn in indoor public settings "in areas of substantial or high transmission," regardless of whether individuals are vaccinated or not, citing the possibility for vaccinated people to transmit the delta variant of the coronavirus.
- "While the CDC issued their guidance yesterday at about 3 pm, they have not yet released their scientific reports on the data that underlies their recommendation," said New York City Health and Hospitals President and CEO Mitchell Katz at a press conference with Mayor Bill de Blasio on Wednesday, according to Fox News .
- Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., is the target of new ads funded by a dark money group whose liberal projects are bankrolled by a billionaire foreign organization.
- The Sixteen-Thirty Fund is bankrolled by Swiss billionaire Hansjörg Wyss, who pumped $135 million into the dark money group between 2016 and 2020.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis doesn’t seem to care much about the new CDC guidelines recommending vaccinated people mask up again in risky areas. Speaking to an unmasked crowd of 450 at the conservative American Legislative Exchange Council, he thought the best approach would be to mock it. “Did you not get the CDC’s memo? I don’t see you complying,” he told the Salt Lake City crowd. DeSantis said in his speech that Florida would not impose any more lockdowns in response to the pandemic, even as the state is responsible for a fifth of the country’s COVID-19 cases and every county in the state is considered a “high” transmission zone by the CDC.
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Controversial Arizona ballot review pulls in more than $5.7 million in private donations, organizers say
- Cyber Ninjas, a Florida-based firm hired by the Republicans who control the Arizona Senate to run the so-called "audit," released the donor list Wednesday night -- after months of secrecy.
- Cyber Ninjas was not previously known for election auditing, and Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs' office has detailed a slew of security problems with the process.
- This revolt could mark a turning point in Iranian history, yet the Biden administration does not want anything to distract from its negotiations with the regime for a return to the flawed 2015 nuclear deal.
- The struggle to overthrow the clerical regime is likely to be borne almost completely alone by the Iranian people.
‘Come and get me’: Defiant Republicans react to ‘insane’ orders for Capitol Police to arrest House staff who refuse to comply with mask mandate
- Rep. Kat Cammack (R-Fla.) posted a copy of the memo with the caption: "In today's edition of Pelosi's abuse of power, Capitol Police have been directed to arrest staff and visitors to comply with her mask mandate for vaccinated individuals.
- "The Office of Attending Physician (OAP) advised that Congress follow the CDC's guidance to require mask wearing in interior spaces to help reduce the risk of COVID-19 infection," the Capitol Police bulletin said.
What a life. People sit at home, collect unemployment, relish their stimulus checks.It’s grand. But they have to know it can’t last. One can ignore all the businesses screaming “Help wanted!” One can refuse to pay attention to the rumblings of another wave of coronavirus-related lockdowns and push away to abstraction the thought of the
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- WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump's political action committee, the Make America Great Again Action PAC, bought $348,081 worth of advertising on Tuesday in the Republican congressional primary in Ohio's 15th District, where a Trump-backed candidate is facing a crowded GOP field.
- The purchase suggests the Trump team believes it will take more just than the former president's endorsement to put former coal lobbyist Mike Carey over the finish line in the Aug. 3 primary.
- “This sets an example of what a community can do – not just talk about longstanding injustices but actually bring the displaced people back,” said Kevin McKeown, the former Santa Monica city council member who spearheaded the proposal.
- The Santa Monica projects displaced thousands of households, disproportionately affecting communities of color and often paying them too little to relocate in the city, according to a city report.
- As the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention urged vaccinated people to resume wearing masks under certain circumstances amid low vaccination rates and rising cases from the delta variant, Fox News host Tucker Carlson placed blame on Anthony S.
- Carlson’s false claim regarding Fauci comes after federal health officials warned this week that even people who are vaccinated and become infected with the highly transmissible delta variant can harbor large amounts of coronavirus just like unvaccinated people.
- A U.S. appeals court has ruled against a web designer who didn’t want to create wedding websites for same-sex couples and sued to challenge Colorado’s anti-discrimination law, another twist in a series of court rulings nationwide about whether businesses denying services to LGBTQ people amounts to bias or freedom of speech.
- The anti-discrimination law is the same one at issue in the case of Colorado baker Jack Phillips that was decided in 2018 by the U.S. Supreme Court.
50,000 Illegal Border Crossers Released by Biden, 87% Vanish Without a Trace Into US Interior – Report
The U.S.-Mexico border has been so overwhelmed under President Joe Biden that roughly 50,000 migrants who illegally crossed the border were released without being given a court date. According to a report Tuesday from Axios, instead of a court date, those released have been given a list of contacts and locations of Immigration and CustomsRead more >Similar articles >
- Elorza later told reporters he was calling on McKee to release his collective bargaining agreement with the teachers union, which the governor said will not be released until it is finalized.
- Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza was physically blocked from Rhode Island Gov. Dan McKee after confronting him about the state's impending contract with the Providence Teachers Union Wednesday.
- There’s a really intriguing interview of Wack by Suzy Weiss on Bari Weiss’s site this week, which documents not only the changes Wack has seen over the past few years in Xinjiang, but also the censorship of his photos by Kodak lest they offend the Chinese.
- It’s called “Dust,” and it chronicles the transformation, over the past half-decade, of the Xinjiang region, the cradle of Uyghur civilization, at the hands of the Chinese Communist Party.
- The policies, she added, “have been a complete disaster, causing the worst border crisis we’ve seen in over 20 years and “as the number of encounters continue to rise, drugs and weapons are flooding across our southern border, and Democrats have turned their backs on our border patrol agents and law enforcement.”
- “We’ve been down to the southern border several times to see this crisis firsthand and hear directly from those on the frontlines,” Rep. John Katko (R-N.Y.), the top Republican on the House Homeland Security Committee, said in a statement.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has a message for reporters intent on asking her about the absurdity of Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy: Don't waste my time.
In fact, that's exactly what she told a CNN reporter Tuesday when she asked about McCarthy admitting he hadn't watched the opening hearing of the select committee to investigate the Jan. 6 insurrection.
“Anytime you mention his name, you're not getting an answer from me," Pelosi responded. "Don't waste my time."
But Pelosi's blunt response wasn’t isolated—it's of a piece. On Wednesday, an NBC producer tweeted out a direct quote of Pelosi calling McCarthy a "moron" after he dismissed the Capitol mask mandates as "against the science."[…]Read more >Similar articles >
- More than two decades ago, Jeff Bezos was mocked for his dreams of exploring space, according to an old interview clip with journalist Charlie Rose.
- "The picture that I have is that I would get in a rocket ship, go up into space and, like, you know, go check out a few things," Bezos, who has since transitioned to Amazon's executive chairman, told Rose.
- Additionally, about 27,000 other migrants from the same time frame who crossed the border and were released have not reported but are still within the 60-day window, according to the outlet.
- According to a report Tuesday from Axios, instead of a court date, those released have been given a list of contacts and locations of Immigration and Customs Enforcement offices all around the country.
Republicans are speaking up for one of the most finger-licking constituencies in the United States: the chicken wing connoisseur.
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- Rep. Byron Donalds, R-Fla., hit back at Rep. Jared Huffman, D-Calif., on " The Ingraham Angle " Wednesday after the Democrat confronted him on Capitol Hill for his decision not to get the COVID-19 vaccine after already having the virus.
- That's why we're all having to wear a mask, stop being selfish." And I looked at him like, "Mind your business.
Chinese Billionaire Sentenced To Eighteen Years In Prison For ‘Picking Quarrels’ With Communist Party
- A Chinese billionaire has been sentenced to eighteen years in prison for voicing opposition to the nation’s communist party.
- As The Daily Wire reported, government officials have severely limited the nation’s $120 billion private tutoring sector in the interest of reducing costs for families.
- BARCELONA, Spain – A Spanish judge investigating alleged tax fraud by Colombian musician Shakira recommended on Thursday that the case go to trial after concluding there is evidence that the pop star could have avoided her fiscal obligations to the state.
- Judge Marco Juberías wrote that his three-year probe found there existed "sufficient evidence of criminality" for the case to go to a trial judge.
- Lawmakers are demanding NBA players terminate sponsorship contracts with Chinese companies whose cotton supply chains have been linked to forced labor in China’s northwestern Xinjiang region.
- The bipartisan Congressional-Executive Commission on China is also probing commercial relationships between NBA players and Chinese sportswear companies Anta, Li-Ning and Peak over their alleged use of forced labor in cotton supply chains.
- An outspoken progressive, Dellinger surely expected Republican senators to grill him about his past political tweets on controversial topics, including abortion.
- On Wednesday, the Senate Judiciary Committee held hearings for a number of Joe Biden’s nominees, including Hampton Dellinger, whom the president selected to serve as assistant attorney general in the Justice Department’s Office of Legal Policy.
- Djokovic’s no stranger to pressure, but he’s not letting it stop him: "All that buzz and all that noise is the thing that, I can’t say I don’t see it or I don’t hear it, of course it’s there, but I’ve learned, I’ve developed the mechanism how to deal with it in such a way that it will not impose destruction to me," Djokovic said via Yahoo Sports.
- After Biles withdrew from the remaining individual all-around competition at the Olympics, mental health and pressure became a hot topic for other athletes involved with the Tokyo Games.
A Judge Criticized Light Plea Deals For Capitol Rioters Involved In “Terrorizing Members of Congress”
- As Griffith prepared to plead guilty to one count of parading, demonstrating, or picketing in a Capitol building — a class B misdemeanor with a maximum sentence of six months in jail — US District Chief Judge Beryl Howell asked the prosecutor to explain why Griffith’s deal involved a class of crime typically reserved for people who did things like trespass in a national park at night.
- Chief Judge Beryl Howell questioned whether allowing defendants to plead guilty to low-level offenses would deter people from storming the Capitol again.
- Drivers for Elon Musk's Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC) Loop system are reportedly being fed a script to respond to questions from passengers.
- TechCrunch said that "recommended responses" include answers to questions about how long drivers have worked for the company, anything about Elon Musk, how many crashes the system has experienced and more.
- What was left entirely out of Biden's original $2.6 trillion American Jobs Plan includes: $387 billion in public housing, and investing in modernizing public buildings including schools, hospitals, day care centers and federal buildings; $566 billion in innovation funding for research and development on climate change and energy, U.S.-based manufacturing, and research grants to historically Black colleges and universities; $363 billion in clean energy tax credits.
- Last Wednesday, Senate Republicans unanimously filibustered a procedural vote to agree to move forward on the infrastructure plan a handful of them had been negotiating with the White House and a handful of Senate Democrats.
- Ben Ray Luján (D-N.M.) and Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) reintroduced the “Domestic Workers Bill of Rights Act,” which would ensure nannies, house cleaners and home care aides have basic rights such as paid sick days, meal and rest breaks, harassment protections and pay for shifts that are canceled last-minute.
- The more than 2 million domestic workers in the U.S. have historically been excluded from basic labor protections under federal and state laws.
- Boxer, who retired from politics after serving 24 years in the U.S. Senate and 10 years in Congress, said she was taking a walk by herself and talking on her cell phone when she was robbed.
- Former U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer (D-California) was mugged while she was taking a walk in her Oakland neighborhood on Monday afternoon.
- “If the council, in its infinite wisdom, negates this public health order, there will be more misery,” Dr. Faisal Khan told officials Tuesday, noting the steady rise of the Delta variant, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
- The acting director for the St. Louis County Department of Public Health was just doing his job: offering guidance during a county council meeting in which officials sought to rescind a new mask mandate.
- "In light of the Supreme Court’s ruling, the President calls on Congress to extend the eviction moratorium to protect such vulnerable renters and their families without delay.
- The White House's top spokeswoman additionally urged all states and local municipalities that received aid through the pandemic Emergency Rental Assistance programs to "urgently accelerate their efforts to disburse these funds."
- The host of a popular podcast channel on YouTube offered five million dollars Wednesday to former Presidents Barack Obama and Donald Trump for an interview.
- In the video, he announced that he would offer two and a half million dollars each to Trump and Obama for a “long-form interview to discuss ideas with only one thing in mind: to help unify America.”
Some college students say they won’t root for Team USA at Olympics: ‘I don’t like being an American’
- Campus Reform correspondent Ophelie Jacobson, who conducted the interviews, told " Fox & Friends " Thursday that many of the students she talked to were not enthusiastic about the Games or rooting for their country.
- Campus Reform spoke with students at the University of South Florida ahead of last week's Opening Ceremony, with several voicing their support for American athletes who choose to protest their country on the world stage.
A Nigerian Instagram influencer known as “Hushpuppi” has admitted to playing a role in a conspiracy to steal more than $1.1 million from a Qatari businessman, according to a federal grand jury indictment unsealed Wednesday. The Justice Department said in a statement that alleged money launderer Ramon Abbas, who has amassed 2.5 million Instagram followers while flaunting his wealth, faked a school’s financing by pretending to be a bank official and creating a bogus website to convince a Qatari businessman to hand over his money.
Part of the money was used to purchase a luxury watch, which was hand delivered to Abbas in Dubai and later peppered his social media posts, prosecutors said. Abbas allegedly also used a portion of the stolen funds to acquire citizenship in St. Christopher and Nevis and for a passport, the Justice Department said. Abbas also admitted to “several other cyber and business email compromise schemes that cumulatively caused more than $24 million in losses,” federal prosecutors said.
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- "I've advocated for every tool to be considered and used for the passage of the DREAM Act, the Dream and Promise Act, the Farm Worker Modernization program, for as much of a comprehensive immigration reform package as we can," Lujan said on Wednesday after speaking at a news conference in support of passing climate change initiatives in the reconciliation bill.
- New Mexico Democratic Sen. Ben Ray Lujan says he wants "every tool to be considered" for passage of "as much of" comprehensive immigration reform as Democratic leaders can include in a filibuster-proof budget reconciliation bill.
- Term-limited City Council Speaker Corey Johnson is fast-tracking legislation that advocates say would exempt a politically-connected southeast Queens carting company from caps on the number of trucks they can accept, The Post has learned.
- Environmental advocates say Miller’s legislation would cut a major loophole into a 2018 law that slashed the capacity of waste transfer stations in four community boards as a way to improve living conditions in the neighborhoods and make streets safer by reducing the number of trucks on them.
- Once the cucumbers are tightly wrapped in plastic, store them in an airtight storage container in your refrigerator.
- Produce experts recommend that produce like cucumbers should not be stored in plastic bags, like the kind you would pick up in the grocery store, as this will cause them to ripen more quickly.
- The second-quarter increase in real GDP reflected increases in consumer spending, business investment, exports, and state and local government spending that were partly offset by decreases in inventory investment, housing investment, and federal government spending.
- The Bureau of Economic Analysis likewise noted that prices for American consumers witnessed a quarter-to-quarter increase of 5.7% — a finding that reflects rising inflation rates.
- One of the councilmen in question, Tim Fitch, called Khan's letter a "desperate attempt at deflection and diversion by Sam Page," the county executive who originally called for the mask mandate.
- "I have worked to improve public health around the world, working in Australia, Vietnam, Pakistan, South Africa, the People's Republic of China, Zimbabwe, Botswana and the United States (West Virginia, Massachusetts and Missouri)," Dr. Faisal Khan wrote in a Wednesday letter to the council's chairwoman.
- After a leak indicated last week that Washington, D.C.’s 911 dispatch center is facing an extreme staffing shortage while crime surges across the city, the deputy mayor for public safety and justice told The Federalist the department is requiring overtime and hiring new employees.
- “Over the coming weeks, the agency will institute mandatory overtime and focus emphasis on base operational requirements including plug-in times, call accuracy, and chain of command, an approach rooted in ensuring that residents and other callers receive the most timely and appropriate response possible,” Chris Geldart, who oversees 911, 311, corrections, and public safety in D.C., said in a statement.
- Athletes, celebrities, and political figures across our country took to Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook to let Biles know her decision to quit was appropriate.
- In 48 hours, Olympic gymnast Simone Biles transformed the felonious act of quitting into a deed of breathtaking heroism.
- Ravenscraft says that the way kids in his school looked forward to the book fair echoes the furor that builds around popular television shows today.
- Mason says the book fairs she hosted when she was a school principal included book swaps, so that children without money would still be able to walk away with a new read.
- While one bill hardly represents a new era of bipartisan cooperation in Washington, it’s more than many people (myself included) expected, given all the political benefits for Republicans of simply depriving Democrats of any legislative victories at all.
- The good news is that there is still plenty of useful spending in the bill, and Democrats have another chance to include the things that are missing, when they move on a budget reconciliation bill that can be passed with a simple majority.
- Rep. Nancy Mace, R-S.C., posted a video to Twitter Thursday morning stating that she will not go along with the House’s newly-announced mask mandate given that she has had COVID-19 and is fully vaccinated, and she dared House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to do something about it.
- In response, Pelosi said that McCarthy is "such a moron." This prompted the Republican leader to point out the inconsistency with the mandate, particularly given that it does not apply to the Senate, which is in the same building.
- Police Officer Harry Dunn told CNN Wednesday the Capitol riot on January 6 was a “bigger threat to America” than the violent Black Lives Matter protests that marked the summer of 2020.
- At one point Dunn said he considers himself fortunate he was not attacked on January 6th, but noted other officers that day were in events that left four dead and many more injured.
- "This moratorium prevented hundreds of thousands of Americans from experiencing the heartbreak, homelessness and health risks that too often emanate from evictions — particularly during a pandemic," White House press secretary Jen Psaki said in a statement on Thursday.
- "Given the recent spread of the delta variant, including among those Americans both most likely to face evictions and lacking vaccinations, President Biden would have strongly supported a decision by the CDC to further extend this eviction moratorium," Psaki said.
- On January 6th Republican Representative Ron Wright, after evacuating the House Chamber, sheltered with many other members of Congress and staff in a large room in the Capitol Complex that law enforcement hope would remain secure.
- While in the large "bunker" on January 6th numerous Republicans refused to wear masks.
- That ideal girl is everything society wants her to be, which in turn makes her happy because she is being rewarded for being her pretty and productive self.
- The earlier video sketches making fun of a range of pick-me girls have been taken over by sunrise matcha lattes, bullet journals, and workout routines.
- House Republicans on Thursday are introducing their solution to securing the U.S. southern border, including renewal of border wall construction contracts, investment in advanced technologies and a bolstering in support for federal law enforcement officers.
- "Under President Biden’s weak leadership this border crisis knows no limits as every American community bears the brunt of weak border security," Katko said Thursday.
- Fueled by easing lockdown restrictions and government aid, the U.S. economy grew at a solid 6.5% annual rate last quarter in another sign that the nation has achieved a sustained recovery from the pandemic recession.
- Thursday’s report from the Commerce Department estimated that the nation’s gross domestic product – its total output of goods and services – accelerated in the April-June quarter from an already robust 6.3% annual growth rate in the first quarter of the year.
FACT CHECK: Did Anthony Bourdain Send This Tweet Saying He Had Information That Would Lead To Hillary Clinton’s Arrest?
- A post shared on Facebook purportedly shows a tweet from late celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain saying he had information that would lead to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s arrest.
- The July 27 Facebook post shows what appears to be a June 5, 2018, tweet from Bourdain that reads: “I have information that will lead to the arrest of Hillary Clinton.”
- RYAN: Look, the attending physician of the United States Capitol, the top doctor for Congress, asks us to put on masks when we come to a chamber with 435 people.
- "Minority leader Kevin McCarthy tweeted, "The return to masks is a decision 'conjured up by liberal government officials who want to continue to live in a perpetual pandemic state.' He continued that on the House floor, to which Tim Ryan of Ohio responded.
- David Robinson, 52, is being sought by police in connection to the incident that unfolded in a Manhattan subway station on July 17, the New York Police Department tells Fox News.
- New York City police have identified and released an image of the suspect accused of forcing an Asian woman – who has since died – to tumble down a flight of stairs during an attempted robbery earlier this month.
- A whistleblower complaint filed Wednesday alleges the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) urged workers at a migrant facility in Texas to downplay the severity of a COVID outbreak among children earlier this year.
- Whistleblowers say federal officials told them to downplay a Covid-19 outbreak among migrant children at Fort Bliss, @JuliaEAinsley reports.
Surprise, Surprise: Number of Illegal Immigrants Who Check in with ICE After Being Released Is Extremely Low
- In addition to no-shows, it has been confirmed by a local Texas police department along the U.S.-Mexico border that illegal immigrants who have tested positive for COVID-19 are released to the general public.
- Axios reports in addition to the 50,000 migrants who were released without a notice to appear, only 13 percent report to their local Immigration and Customs Enforcement field office once they reach their intended destination within the country:
- The German Olympic Sports Confederation (DOSB) announced Thursday that cycling sports director Patrick Moster would be returning to Germany after he was caught on camera shouting a racial slur to describe Algeria's Azzedine Lagab and Eritrea's Amanuel Ghebreigzabhier.
- A German cycling coach has been dismissed from the Olympics this week after he was heard on TV broadcasts using a racial slur to describe two African riders during the men’s time trial.
- It has the feel of people who wouldn’t use the word in polite company because they know it isn’t socially acceptable anymore, but who really, deep in their hearts, believe that black police officers are nothing more than “f-ing n-g-rs” and probably more than a little uppity.
- I was raised in a polite, Southern, conservative, Christian household and neither word was ever used in my family, even 40 years ago in the wake of the Civil Rights era and integration.
General Honoré, who you may remember was in charge of the military aid effort after Hurricane Katrina, is not one to mince words -- but he's also not a blowhard. This is one of the main reasons Kevin McCarthy keeps throwing himself in front of the select committee train. Via MSN.com:
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Retired Lt. Gen. Russel Honoré, who was tasked by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi with conducting a review of the US Capitol's security after January 6, on Tuesday said President Donald Trump's White House was complicit in orchestrating the insurrection.
"It's my personal opinion that the executive branch was complicit in the planning and the delayed response that occurred in bringing in more federal assistance to the Capitol that day," Honoré said during an MSNBC appearance, underscoring that he had not reached this conclusion from the security review he spearheaded.
"That's my own perception, based on what I've seen and what I've heard and by the fact the former president is continuing to tell people, 'This was not a riot, it meant no harm, it was like a picnic,'" Honoré said, adding, "The last I heard from him, he told them to go to the Capitol and raise hell."
- Right now, Britt and other activists on TikTok are using the app to raise awareness about the Supplemental Security Income Restoration Act, which would — among other things — ensure that people with disabilities don’t lose their SSI benefits if they choose to get married or work part-time .
- In November 2020, 24-year-old Britt (@myelasticheart) shared a TikTok of herself talking — in a silly, light-hearted way, she says — about Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS).
Jamie Lee Curtis opened up about her life in a recent interview with AARP magazine, revealing that her 25-year-old daughter came out as transgender. Curtis said that she and husband Christopher Guest “have watched in wonder and pride as our son became our daughter Ruby.” The actor, who described her life as “constant metamorphosis,” added that her daughter has helped her ditch “old ideas,” including the notion that gender is “fixed.” Curtis also shared that Ruby, who works as a computer gaming editor, is getting married next year, and she will officiate the ceremony. The star’s other daughter, Annie, is already married and works as a dance instructor.Read more >Similar articles >
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- The poll found that 47% of likely California voters supported recalling the Democratic governor, compared with 50% who opposed removing Newsom from office — a difference just shy of the survey’s margin of error.
- Though Republicans account for only about a quarter of all registered voters in California, the poll found that they account for 33% of those most likely to cast ballots in the recall election.
- Hate crime laws in the U.S. are inconsistent and limited in addressing bias-motivated violence, according to a report released by civil rights advocates in the wake of a rise in anti-Asian hate during the pandemic.
- While the laws intend to protect these vulnerable communities, the report says they are less effective in doing so due to bias in the criminal justice system.
- Crawley — who is showing off her chest in the selfie — added that she decided to get breast implants to help her cope, but "it was money that [her] have been better spent on therapy to heal my wounded heart."
- "As a child of sexual abuse, my young adult years were spent in unhealthy relationships feeling unworthy of the good ones," she explained.
- House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-California, announced, “Make no mistake: The threat of bringing masks back is not a decision based on science, but a decision conjured up by liberal government officials who want to continue to live in a perpetual pandemic state.”
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention director Rochelle Walensky recommended Tuesday that Americans living in areas with high COVID-19 case counts should wear masks, even if they have been vaccinated, when they share indoor public space with others.
- Hasbro, which outsources nearly all its production, says the company is using various ports and shipping lanes and sourcing more of its toys from various countries to avoid delays during the second half of the year.
- Curtis McGill, co-owner of a Texas company that sells kits for children to decorate Christmas ornaments and Easter eggs, said he reserved a 40-foot container last week for $19,500, nearly five times higher than the rate he paid last summer, before being informed that it went to a higher bidder.
- Prime Minister Naftali Bennett is expected to announce his support for older Israelis to receive a third dose of the coronavirus vaccine after a government-appointed panel of health experts gave a nod to the trailblazing initiative on Wednesday evening.
- An expert panel in Israel approved a proposal Wednesday to provide a third dose of the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine to people over 60 years of age, given that they frequently struggle to make antibodies and may therefore be vulnerable to infection.
- Today, Lolo Jones — one of only a few U.S. athletes ever to compete in both the summer and winter Olympic games — tells us about an incredible meal in Norway featuring fresh snow crab legs, the best solo trip she’s ever taken, and the one airplane drink she swears by.
- In their answers to 29 questions, diarists will reveal their unique — and often a little offbeat — travel habits, stories, and hacks, from their bucket list destinations to their must-have road trip munchies to the wildest thing that ever happened to them while on a vacation.
- ‘[Trying to force] arbitration in a class-action lawsuit accusing him of fraud during the decade he spent as a pitchman for ACN, a business services company featured on “ Celebrity Apprentice .”
- In a 2018 federal lawsuit file against him and his company, Trump was accused of “making false public claims” about ACN.
- And as Politico Playbook reports this morning, it is all these losers Donald Trump endorses, or who cling to Trump like he's a gun or a Bible, but then lose their general elections after winning their primaries, or run a high risk of doing that.
- Trump people are now very worried that the knucklefuck he picked for a special primary race in Ohio next week might lose to one of the other knucklefucks in the running, including one backed by Kentucky GOP Senator Rand Paul, whose PAC is spending beaucoups dollarbucks on the contest.
- The U.S. economy rose at a disappointing rate in the second quarter, the Commerce Department reported Thursday in a sign that the U.S. has escaped the shackles of the Covid-19 pandemic but still has more work to do.
- T he Biden economy is continuing to disappoint, with inflation surging and the economic recovery consistently missing analyst expectations.
- Rep. Steve Scalise (R-LA) told Breitbart News the Biden Administration’s push to reclassify AR-pistols with stabilizer braces will “[take] away disabled veterans’ Second Amendment rights.”
- Scalise told Breitbart News, “Many disabled people in America use pistol stabilizing braces in order to be able exercise their Second Amendment rights.”
- The Biden administration has been engaging in indirect talks with Iran in Vienna with the goal of returning to the nuclear deal that President Donald Trump pulled the US from in 2018 before going on to apply a slew of sanctions that made it impossible for Tehran to reap any of the economic benefits the deal promised.
- Reuters reported that Ayatollah Khamenei told Iranian state television that Tehran would not accept Washington's "stubborn" demands in talks to revive the nuclear deal and said that US officials failed to guarantee that Washington would never abandon the pact again.
- New whistleblowers have emerged exposing that Biden’s Department Health and Human Services (DHS) is ordering the cover-up of COVID-19 outbreaks among children at migrant detention facilities.
- The following article, Whistleblowers: Biden Regime is Ignoring Massive COVID-19 Outbreaks in Migrant Facilities, was first published on Big League Politics .
- On at least three occasions this month, people have gathered outside the Greek parliament building in Athens to protest the government making COVID-19 vaccines mandatory for nursing home staff and health care workers, Reuters reported.
- The video, which predates the COVID-19 pandemic, shows a January 2019 protest in Greece related to the renaming of Northern Macedonia.
- But forecasters expect it to grow by 7% this year, powered by trillions of dollars of government stimulus spending as well as continued low interest rates and a huge programme of bond purchasing from the US Federal Reserve.
- The US economy has recovered to surpass its pre-pandemic peak according to official figures - though growth was slower than expected in the latest quarter.
Cuomo accuser calls for disbarment of lawyer who handled harassment complaint after resignation announcement
- Judith Mogul was one of the attorneys in New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's administration who spoke to Charlotte Bennett when she accused Cuomo of sexual harassment in June 2020, but now one of Cuomo's other accusers is pushing for her to lose her law license.
- Lindsey Boylan, the first woman to accuse Cuomo of harassment, tweeted her support for Bennett Thursday morning following the announcement that Mogul is resigning, while pushing for the lawyer to be disbarred.
- The L Brands -owned lingerie company launched a new collection called "On Point" featuring leggings, sports bras, and other activewear made with specific fabrics intended for high-intensity workouts and lighter workouts like yoga.
- The company has also called on plus-size model Paloma Elsesser among others, like New York City Ballet’s Corps de Ballet dancer India Bradley, who is modeling the company’s latest "On Point" collection.
- The image of hammer thrower Gwen Berry standing on a podium with her hip cocked to the side, her body turned away from her competitors and the anthem they were saluting, and her face holding an exasperated expression became an indelible example of athlete protest leading into the Tokyo 2020 Olympic games.
- Lisa Kwon, an organizer for NOLympics LA, a movement to keep LA from hosting the games in 2028 and to abolish the Olympics in general, says that the Olympics’ “feel-good narrative” about diversity and inclusion isn’t the reality.
The bipartisan infrastructure bill contains billions of dollars to remedy supposed racial injustice and combat climate change. TheWashington Free Beaconobtained a messaging document circulating among Senate offices to rally support. Much of the document, which is aimed at winning over skeptical GOP lawmakers, appears to be taken word-for-word from a Biden administration fact sheet posted
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- According to a report by Sandra Salathe of Daily Mail, Soros “recently provided a generous donation to a racial justice organization that supports defunding the police.”
- The PAC positions itself as the “nation’s largest online racial justice organization,” and pushes for “divesting from and dismantling the systems that unjustly harm Black people.”
Calvin Coolidge was president in 1926, and American capitalism was riding high. But in 1926, fifteen thousand wool workers in Passaic, New Jersey, went on strike. The Red Thread: The Passaic Textile Strike, a new book by Jacob A. Zumoff, a historian at New Jersey City University, tells its story. Passaic’s worker uprising occurred in[…]Read more >Similar articles >