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- Mat Sabz told Fox 11 that the bizarre encounter occurred on Thursday afternoon when he was informed by his wife that a security camera showed a naked man breaking into the home.
- A homeowner in Bel Air said he confronted a naked intruder who gained access to the home by taking a garage door opener from an unlocked car, police said.
- I’ve been writing about child marriages in the United States since 2017, when I came across the case of an 11-year-old girl, Sherry Johnson, who had been forced to marry her rapist in Florida.
- A study this year found that nearly 300,000 children — meaning age 17 and under — were married in the United States from 2000 to 2018.
- In the words of the official IRS ruling (I’m quoting the most relevant section), “Specifically, you educate Christians on what the Bible says in areas where they can be instrumental including the areas of sanctity of life, the definition of marriage, biblical justice, freedom of speech, defense, and borders and immigration, U.S. and Israel relations.
- Just type the words IRS, Christian, and Bible in your search engine and you’ll get a flood of results, most of them starting with headlines like this : “IRS denies Christian nonprofit tax exemption, saying biblical values are Republican.”
- Weeks ago, federal prosecutors brought conspiracy charges against two “Oath Keepers” employees of Roger Stone, for their roles in the January 6th Capitol attack.
- Sure enough, Harry Litman of the LA Times tweeted on Sunday night that the Feds are in fact investigating Roger Stone for the Capitol attack.
- Let’s talk about violence for a minute and how it relates to our current situation with a garbage establishment trying to suppress our rights.
- Here’s a good rule of thumb – assume anyone pushing conservatives to do something illegal, immoral, or just plain stupid in a chat room, at a meeting, in a bar, is probably working with the feds to set us up.
- In fall of 1966, hundreds of students and others assembled at Brown University to protest an invited speaker.
- Not only do these unfortunate incidents represent invaluable lost learning opportunities as in the Rockwell example, but they more importantly sacrifice core American values of free speech and diversity of opinion in the name of avoiding potential “harm” to listeners.
- When the Pentagon announced the repeal of the ban, Stephanie Miller, the director of military accession policy, noted that the costs of providing trans health care to troops would be relatively low —why, I’m not sure, considering that the Department of Defense has a multi-trillion dollar budget.
- The Department of Veterans Affairs has announced plans to cover transgender veterans’ gender-affirming surgery under the department’s health insurance.
- But as I traveled across America, I realized that it is flyover country that truly makes America great and provides its solid ground of values and patriotism.
- When they asked us to help drive one of their family cars with them in a caravan to Ohio, we jumped at the chance to spend time with them on this new adventure.
- His body is the fourth to be recovered and a member of the public reported seeing it near a boat landing in the town of Eden, about 35 miles north of Greensboro, on Sunday morning.
- The boy - Isiah Crawford - was among a group of nine people who floated down the Dan River on inflatable tubes on Wednesday, and went over a dam.
- In the March COVID-19 stimulus bill, called the American Rescue Plan, Amtrak got $1.7 billion, no surprise since Biden has been funneling money to his home state big business for years.
- We’re about to see deja vu of the Carter years with inflation, as Biden creates a legacy of attacking poor and low-income Americans right after entering office.
- The easy compromise: allow each side a full opportunity to delve into the November 20 and January 6 facts through a single, professional, bipartisan national commission.
- G-Verify would impede the hiring of nearly all illegal aliens while simplifying life for employers by replacing three cumbersome, ineffective filings with a single filing of each new hire’s I-9 data, with immediate confirmation to the employer of the new hire’s work eligibility.
- After two hours of not particularly revelatory interviews (the first hour aired on Thursday), host and Bravo star Andy Cohen suggested the group take a shot of Kendall Jenner’s new 818 Tequila.
- By far the most interesting and vulnerable moments of the show, though, were when Andy was questioning Khloe.
- Today, their 60-year romance to utopian ideas fathered a generation of illegitimate offspring whose national ancestry track more to the political genetics of Karl Marx than to the American Founders.
- It was extremely difficult, but she gave up her sweet tooth for government free stuff to suffer the hardships of going it alone as sole breadwinner and single mom.
- The United States is preparing to impose further sanctions on Russia over the poisoning of prominent opposition leader Aleksei Navalny, national security adviser Jake Sullivan said on Sunday.
- Responding to news of additional sanctions, Russian Ambassador to the United States Anatoly Antonov said Sunday that it is “not a signal we all expected after the summit.”
- Youngkin is polling anywhere from 1 to 4 points behind McAuliffe, well within the margins for error and well within striking distance of victory in a state where Republicans have won only one major election (presidency, U.S. Senate, or governorship) in the past decade and a half.
- If the GOP can win the Virginia governorship or at least keep it closer than expected, or even win back one of the two state houses, Democrats could have a tough road ahead in 2022.
- The United States is readying a new package of sanctions against Russia over last year's poisoning of opposition leader Alexei Navalny, a top official said on Sunday.
- In March, nuclear official Mahmoud Jafari said the plant could stop working since Iran cannot procure parts and equipment for it from Russia due to banking sanctions imposed by the United States in 2018.
- In 1971 Daniel Ellsberg leaked the Pentagon Papers, a secret U.S. government history of the Vietnam War, to the Times .
- The Papers helped convince Americans the Vietnam War was wrong, their government could not be trusted, and The People informed by a free press could still have a say in things.
- “It felt like such a fairy tale story that I knew it was going to have a happy ending,” Rahm said after those two career-changing birdies gave him a 4-under 67.
- It’s disappointing,” Oosthuizen said .“I’m playing good golf, but winning a major championship is not just going to happen.
- And especially important for U.S. businesses and consumers, the resolution would further require that EU companies only work with those who share the European Union’s environmental, social and governance standards.
- Rather than try to improve markets by ridding them of corruption, Great Reset supporters want to double down on cronyism by giving the ruling class — including central banks, academics, government officials, union leaders and corporate titans — greater control over markets.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy told Fox News Friday that former President Donald Trump has entertained the idea of becoming a House Speaker if Republicans were to reclaim the House in the 2022 midterms. “You know, I've talked to President Trump many times, he tells me he wants to be speaker, and I think he should be president," McCarthy said. The Constitution does not mandate the Speaker to be a sitting Congress member. So technically, Trump does not need to be a representative to take the position. McCarthy, who is likely to become House Speaker if his party takes the cont[…]Read more >Similar articles >
- Last year they released cop killer Vincent Martin, who murdered Richmond police officer Michael Connors in cold blood and an inspector general found that they broke the law in the process of granting him his parole.
- But this Attorney General what he did is he paid six figures for a Democrat law firm to come out with some report that did not even investigate the parole board.
- Recently the New York Times, as if trying to create a Both Sides archetype, including flawless examples of everything that's wrong and dangerous about the faulty form of journalism, published a painfully bad piece about GOP voter suppression.
- But the Times won't use that clear language, instead opting for the watered down, "curtail voting rules." The word choice is important because if the Times had framed the article as one about "voter suppression" laws, it would make it much harder for Republicans to "shrug off" the allegations about putting democracy in peril.
- During the episode — debuting LGBT-based content aimed at children of all ages, including infants — Sesame Street character Nina introduces her brother and his husband, as well as their daughter, to Elmo and his friends as they celebrate “Family Day.”
- The Sesame Street episode featuring gay dads arrives during Pride Month, which actor Alan Muraoka — known as Alan on the show — acknowledged in a Facebook post.
- Now, the CEO is stuck will millions of face coverings his company cannot get rid of.
- During a phone interview with The Daily Beast, the controversial CEO and Trump ally detailed the financial strain he is now facing as a result of the failed venture which has cost him millions.
Allyson Felix, who made her Olympic debut at 18 in Athens, is now heading to Tokyo at 35 after qualifying for the women’s 400m final during the U.S. Olympic trials Sunday night. Felix, a nine-time Olympic medalist who became a mother in 2018, put on an incredible burst of speed in the final 50 meters with her husband and daughter in the stands to finish second behind Quanera Hayes. “Man, it has been a fight to get here, and one thing I know how to do is fight, so I just did that all the way home,” Felix told an NBC Sports reporter. With her finish Sunday night, Felix can potentially run in the 400m, 4x400m relay, and mixed 4x400m relay in Tokyo. If she wins a medal, she will tie Carl Lewis as the U.S. track and field athlete with the most Olympic medals.Read more >Similar articles >
- ABC 12 reports that investigators say the woman, who was in a car, allegedly approached the officer while he was working the Juneteenth Parade and shot at him.
- I didn’t see if anybody shot out of the car but I did see the officer shoot into the car and I could tell that he, from his look, like he mortally wounded somebody.
- "This man was harassing me and my friend and the bartender passed this note to me acting like it was my receipt!
- A Florida woman took to Twitter last week to praise an alert bartender who apparently noticed that she was being harassed by a fellow patron while at the bar with a friend.
- Kat O’Brien, a former sports reporter for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, has come forward with allegations that a Major League Baseball player raped her when she interviewed him in 2002.
- O’Brien managed to avoid her alleged rapist—aside from occasionally having to travel to the city he played in for games—but as a woman sports writer she was subject to the kind of sexual harassment that is almost pedestrian in the industry.
- But that cheery message, and the words of Ronnie Floyd, president of the SBC Executive Committee, that it's "a time for Southern Baptists to come together and celebrate how God is moving in and through our convention and churches," belied internal turmoil.
- Two Black pastors ended their church's affiliation with the convention late last year after the leaders of six SBC seminaries released a statement that said "affirmation of Critical Race Theory, Intersectionality and any version of Critical Theory is incompatible with the Baptist Faith & Message."
- Schiff is placing the correct kind of constructive public pressure on Merrick Garland to continue doing the right thing.
- AG Merrick Garland “really needs to do a wholesale review of all of the politicization of the [DOJ] of the last four years,” Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) says.
- ABC News reports that Oakland’s Juneteenth celebration at Lake Merritt was interrupted by gunfire at 6:22 p.m. When the shots ended, seven shooting victims were discovered, included a 22-year-old man who was killed in the incident.
- Juneteenth celebrations in Oakland, California; Aurora, Colorado; Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Clover, South Carolina; and Flint, Michigan, were marred by shootings and death.
Millions of elderly Americans on Medicare would get dental, vision, and hearing insurance added to their health benefits under a proposal pushed Sunday by Democratic Sens. Chuck Schumer of New York and Bernie Sanders of Vermont. Americans age 65 and older have since the 1960s received subsidized health care coverage under Medicare — but Schumer said the program's lack of additional benefits leave millions with dental problems and expensive bills for vision and hearing treatments. Schumer and Sanders plan to add the additional benefits to the American Jobs and Family Plan pushed by President Joe[…]Read more >Similar articles >
Jeff Danziger lives in New York City. He is represented by CWS Syndicate and the Washington Post Writers Group. He is the recipient of the Herblock Prize and the Thomas Nast (Landau) Prize. He served in the US Army in Vietnam and was awarded the Bronze Star and the Air Medal. He has published eleven books of cartoons and one novel. Visit him at DanzigerCartoons.[…]Read more >Similar articles >
- Mr. DeSantis received 74.12% support in response to a poll asking conference attendees to “vote for all candidates you approve of for President in 2024,” followed by Mr. Trump, who garnered 71.43% support, according to results issued Saturday.
- Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis edged former President Trump in a weekend presidential straw poll conducted at the annual Western Conservative Summit in Denver.
- Although power in Iran will remain in the hands of the Supreme Leader and Revolutionary Guards, Raisi’s presidency will further complicate the Biden administration’s stated goal of negotiating a “longer and stronger” follow-on deal with Tehran.
- For the United States, Raisi’s election, viewed through the prism of ongoing nuclear negotiations with Iran, heightens the Biden administration’s sense of urgency to conclude a deal before an inevitably more rigid Iranian administration is inaugurated on August 8.
- Florida Republican Sen. Rick Scott warned that Democrats in Congress are "trying to spend us into oblivion" with the "largest expansion of government" since President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's New Deal.
- "Everything now the Democrats talk about is racist, right?" Scott said.
- Nearly a dozen of the Fox News guests the network has presented as concerned parents or educators who oppose the teaching of so-called "critical race theory" in schools also have day jobs as Republican strategists, conservative think-tankers, or right-wing media personalities, according to a Media Matters review.
- On June 4, Fox & Friends co-host Ainsley Earhardt described Menders and two other guests who oppose the supposed teaching of "critical race theory" in their schools as "three parents from Loudoun County, Virginia," and mentioned that she is "president of the Loudoun County Republican Women's Club."
- Putin did not once crack a smile as he waxed lyrical about Biden’s cognitive skills last week, but he was having a lot of fun all the same, as became clear when he made what at first appeared to be a baffling reference to White House press secretary Jen Psaki, who was not present at talks between the two leaders and was irrelevant to proceedings.
- For instance, in a 2014 press conference, she mixed up her directions when she said natural gas flowed from Western Europe to Russia.
- A Jeep mowed down six family members on a Bronx sidewalk early Sunday, leaving one woman in critical condition — in what the victims believe was a targeted attack, according to police.
- The other five family members were left with minor injuries, the sources said — and the group told police that they believe they were intentionally targeted.
- The bill, which the Senate Committee on Commerce advanced this week, allocates $36 billion for rail projects, including $25 billion over five years for intercity passenger rail.
- "Amtrak looks forward to working with both the House and the Senate to address the issues most critical to the future of intercity passenger rail — reliable and robust investment in the improvement of our infrastructure, fleet and stations and the expansion of the network to serve more of America with faster, better service," the spokesperson said in an email to The Center Square.
- House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) announced eight members this week to make up the committee, which is officially called the Select Committee on Economic Disparity and Fairness in Growth.
- "The reverence of those who amass profits by stagnating wages has seriously undermined the lives and livelihoods of many Americans, while slowing economic growth in our country.
- Homeland Security said in a statement it noted "positive developments in recent weeks and is participating with other U.S. agencies in the White House’s expert working groups with Canada and Mexico to identify the conditions under which restrictions may be eased safely and sustainably."
- The U.S. government held working-group meetings with Canada and Mexico on the travel restrictions last week and plans to hold meetings about every two weeks, U.S. officials told Reuters.
- The bishops at their national meeting last week voted to draft a proposal clarifying the theology and tenets of the Catholic Church's Holy Communion, including whether individuals who support abortion rights can receive it.
- President Joe Biden attended Mass on Sunday as possibly the nation's most prominent Catholic — yet one who could soon be barred from receiving Holy Communion, depending on the outcome of an upcoming church document authored by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.
- The United States Special Operations Command (SOCOM) confirmed it has reinstated its chief of diversity and inclusion, Richard Torres-Estrada, following an investigation into politically charged social media posts he made, including one that compared former President Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler.
- Mr. Torres-Estrada has resumed the duties of the Chief of Diversity & Inclusion for United States Special Operations Command after a USSOCOM commander-directed investigation into the circumstances surrounding his hiring concluded and found no violations of law or DoD regulation.
In the news today: A new report (again) shows that granting citizenship to undocumented immigrants would both raise wages and boost the nation's economy. Making this nation's educational system more equitable is going to take more than just public statements. Mean author Myriam Gurba talks about #MeToo, racism, and pandemic America.
Here's some of what you may have missed during a mostly peaceful news weekend:
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- While public pension managers in other states have taken steps to divest fossil fuel investments, Maine's new law marks the first time a state has passed legislation requiring those holdings to be dropped.
- The new law, which passed the Democratic-controlled Legislature largely along party lines, requires the state treasurer's office to divest any fossil fuel holdings from its state retirement portfolios by 2026.
- "Diplomacy is back at the center of our foreign policy," Biden said at the State Department on Feb. 4 while appearing alongside his freshly installed secretary of state, Antony Blinken.
- In a 2014 memoir, Barack Obama's Defense Secretary Robert Gates wrote that Biden had been "wrong on nearly every major foreign policy and national security issue over the past four decades."
- What to say about The Bronx and Manhattan district attorneys throwing out most of the looting and vandalism cases from the wake of the George Floyd protests last year?
- But when you send the message that some crimes just don’t matter, whether because they happened during a political protest or because you think prosecutions are unfair, it leads to the breakdown of social order, an increase in violence — and ultimately, the destruction of neighborhoods occupied by the very people these hypocrites claim to want to help.
- As the government reviews several hundred reports of heart inflammation in young people following COVID vaccination, high-profile medical and legal scholars are calling on colleges to scrap their COVID vaccine mandates, calling them unnecessary and potentially harmful to students.
- University COVID vaccine mandates are "unprecedented — and unethical," Kheriaty and Bradley, the medical ethicist and law professor, wrote in their op-ed this week.
A diamond rush that brought thousands of impoverished South Africans to a village with picks and shovels turns out to have been sparked by very common and not very valuable quartz crystals. “The tests conducted conclusively revealed that the stones discovered in the area are not diamonds,” a government statement said, according to the BBC. Since a herder found the first stone on June 12, thousands of people from across South African descended on KwaHlathi village, although fewer than 500 reportedly remain.Read more >Similar articles >
The body of 7-year-old Isiah Crawford was found in the Dan River on Sunday morning, the fourth body recovered after a deadly tubing incident, the Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office in North Carolina said.
The accident happened Wednesday night when a group of nine people, believed to be part of the same family, went tubing down the river and ended up floating over an 8-foot dam. Four people were rescued the next day while three bodies were also found. The victims were identified as Antonio Ramon, Sophie Wilson, and Bridish Crawford, Isiah’s mom.
The search for Teresa Villano, another tuber, is ongoing as officials search near the Virginia state line.Read more >Similar articles >
- Apparently for ABC the answer is $9 million, the amount of money Harrison received as a payout in exchange for his permanent exile from The Bachelor — plus an additional $1 million in what Variety terms “remaining contractual fees.”
- (I must note here that the official line is that Harrison was not fired and decided to “step down” of his own volition.) In case you need a reminder: Harrison met backlash in February after he appeared to be dismissive of concerns that Rachael Kirkconnell —the Bachelor winner on the first season featuring a Black bachelor, Matt James —had attended an antebellum-themed party in 2018.
- “That is why I fought and beat Stacey Abrams in court in 2019 to remove nearly 300,000 obsolete voter files before the November election, and will do so again this year.
- Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger intends to remove 101,789 “obsolete and outdated” voter files from the state’s voter registration rolls, his office announced.
- Since announcing a $1 million lottery incentive to people who get a COVID-19 dose, North Carolina has seen a slight boost of just 1% in the number of people getting vaccinated.
- Around the nation, local governments are trying a number of ways to reach this goal, which now lies solely in the hands of folks who don’t want the vaccine .
- That to me feels like the opportunity that presents itself today to restore a level of public sector trust.
- I often think about what a progressive version of responding to those populist feelings might look like: where we could really reimagine what the role of the public sector can be, and how to have a public sector that puts equity, puts justice front and center, and can think big.
- House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy demanded Sunday that the House Intelligence Committee's probe into COVID-19's origins be declassified and that China's sovereign immunity be suspended so Americans can have transparency and sue Beijing for reparations for the pandemic's toll.
- "Three million and eight hundred thousand people have lost their lives because China lied to the world.
- American Airlines announced Sunday that it's cutting some 950 flights from its schedule, including 296 this weekend, to reduce potential pressure on its operations, the Wall Street Journal first reported.
- The airline said this "led us to build in additional resilience and certainty to our operation by adjusting a fraction of our scheduled flying through mid-July." The changes affect about 1% of planned flights for the first half of July.
- In 1848, 31 years after Austen's death, Charlotte Brontë picked up "Pride and Prejudice" on the recommendation of friend and literary critic George Henry Lewes.
- Ralph Waldo Emerson, having read both "Persuasion" and "Pride and Prejudice," bemoaned the fact that all anyone in the books seemed to care about was money and marriage: "I am at a loss to understand why people hold Miss Austen's novels at so high a rate, which seems to me vulgar in tone, sterile in artistic invention, imprisoned in the wretched conventions of English society, without genius, wit, or knowledge of the world.
- Or, as the press release puts it, the "U.S. Department of Education Confirms Title IX Protects Students from Discrimination Based on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity."
- The policy announced that "the Office for Civil Rights will interpret and enforce Section 1557 and Title IX’s prohibitions on discrimination based on sex to include: (1) discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation; and (2) discrimination on the basis of gender identity."
- As such, it deeply pains me when I read comments and stories that insist there’s some broad conspiracy to eliminate that component from our multi-prong offerings as a site—namely News, Action, and Community.
- With that in mind, we’d like to create a writing workshop for the Community.
- MEADOWS: [01:37:55] IT brings a little bit of our heritage, but also it helps people understand a little bit more about some of the things that have happened, you know, in my great home state of North Carolina and all those that are closely aligned with our faith and freedom.
- And I think, you know, we’ve seen it recently with some of the testimony on Capitol Hill where we have the Navy essentially indoctrinating our men and women in in service to our country with with kind of a woke mentality.
- Marine Le Pen’s far-right party stumbled, French President Emmanuel Macron's centrists crashed and incumbent conservatives surged ahead in the first round of regional elections Sunday that were dominated by security issues and a record-low turnout.
- The result is a clear setback for Le Pen's National Rally, though it came in second place in most regions, according to early official results and polling agency projections.
- House Minority Whip Steve Scalise, R-La., had some fiery words for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi while speaking at the Faith and Freedom Coalition conference, accusing her of thwarting efforts to investigate the true origins of the COVID-19 pandemic .
- "Pelosi won’t do it," Scalise told the crowd on the second day of the three-day conference in Kissimmee, Fla. He promised that when Republicans retake the House in the 2022 midterms, they will "hold China accountable."
- A week into his administration, President Joe Biden announced that he was “putting the climate crisis at the center of United States foreign policy and national security,” and directed the intelligence community to draft a national intelligence estimate on the implications of climate change.
- After the Cold War its focus shifted to terrorism and support for military operations, as the United States undertook a series of humanitarian interventions and state-building campaigns.
- National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan said the U.S. is preparing further sanctions against Russia in response to the poisoning of opposition leader Alexei Navalny .
- Pressed if the new sanctions in response to the Navalny poisoning would come soon, Sullivan said the “right targets” need to be developed first.
- They’re below the lunatic heights of the early lockdown months, but still far higher than the pre-pandemic level of roughly 200,000 weekly claims.
- Two-dozen states are starting to opt out of the “bonus,” but not big Democratic ones like California and New York, so the drag will continue there all summer.
- Earlier this June, six of the seven Republicans currently vying to unseat Cheney convened in a ballroom at the Ramkota Hotel in Casper, Wyoming, for their first chance to stand out since Cheney’s vote to impeach the former president in January kicked off a fervent effort among pro-Trump Wyomingites to kick her out of Congress.
- The field of would-be Cheney vanquishers includes Belinskey, a paralegal; Miller, chair of the Sheridan County GOP; Denton Knapp, a retired U.S. Army colonel; Marissa Selvig, a former mayor and current kombucha purveyor; Chuck Gray, a state representative; and Darin Smith, a conservative activist who ran in a primary for this seat when it was open in 2016.
- Specifically, both men and women assume that a woman who has casual sex must have low self-esteem.
- Although the idea that women's sexual behavior is linked to their self-esteem is a common trope in film, television and even some relationship advice sites, we documented just how entrenched this stereotype is across six experiments published in Psychological Science .
An Oregon man’s reign of terror, which allegedly resulted in the deaths of three people, finally ended when he surrendered to police, authorities said Sunday. However, it came after he allegedly forced a woman to drive him more than 2,000 miles to Wisconsin. Laura Johnson was sitting in her car during her lunch break when Oen Evan Nicholson approached her with a gun, forcing her to give him a lift, police said. During the 33-hour ride, Johnson was able to talk Nicholson into turning himself in, her father told a local TV network.
Nicholson allegedly killed his father, Charles Nicholson, on Friday morning. He was driving his father’s pickup truck the same day when he allegedly hit and killed Anthony Oyster and critically injured his wife, Linda. Nicholson is also suspected of shooting and killing Jennifer Davidson at a weed dispensary. He was charged with first-degree murder in the three deaths as well as second-degree attempted murder, first-degree assault, and failing to help a person injured in a traffic accident.
Nicholson will appear in court in Milwaukee where he turned himself in before being transported to Oregon, the AP reports.Read more >Similar articles >
- When President Donald Trump nominated Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court last fall, hysterical Democrats declared millions of Americans would lose health coverage with her vote against ObamaCare — and immediately started talking about packing a court they called hopelessly divided.
- In her opening statement at Barrett’s confirmation hearing, then-Sen. Kamala Harris held up a picture of an 11-year-old constituent and accused Republicans of trying “to jam through a Supreme Court nominee who will take away health care from millions of people during a deadly pandemic.”
- Ron DeSantis, who did more than any other governor to spread freedom phlegm throughout the lower 48, was the winner of a recent straw poll asking conservatives about their 2024 presidential preferences.
- Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) edged Trump in a straw poll taken at the Western Conservative Summit in Denver.
- Mother Russia and Father Putin are now revered by the Republican Party.
- No, the current father of the Republican Party is a man who was in the news this past week — Voldemort Putin – and, for once, it wasn’t for threatening Russia’s neighbors or killing one of his political opponents.
- The left-wing cable TV host made a bizarre claim that Americans don't see black people as human beings, and declared that the U.S. needs to "realize just how racist it is."
- "I don't know if America sees Black people and especially Black gay men as fully human, and as deserving of the American Dream," Lemon said.
- As a trusted team of deal-savvy shoppers, we’ve chosen only the best — products with rave reviews, customer-approved value, and the deepest discounts — from this limited-time, Amazon-rival sale event.
- As opposed to the basic AirPods, the Apple AirPods Pro feature active noise cancellation, and a transparency mode for when you actually want to hear the world around you.
- In support of Pride Month, the ‘Family Day’ episode of Sesame Street introduced a child who has two fathers.
- “The ‘Family Day’ episode of Sesame Street sends the simple and important message that families come in all forms and that love and acceptance are always the most important ingredients in a family,” GLAAD President Sarah Kate Ellis tells Yahoo Entertainment.
- Independent Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont drew a line in the sand when it comes to paying for a potential infrastructure compromise bill, as Democratic progressives continue to hesitate over joining the bipartisan deal on one of President Joe Biden’s biggest legislative priorities.
- Twenty-one senators, including eleven Republicans, have coalesced around a broad framework that invests in hard infrastructure spending like roads, bridges, and other projects, but not in the broader proposals that Democrats are seeking, such as climate change actions and new investments in areas like child care.
- Cops need to “catch this bastard” who gunned down a fleeing man on a Bronx street inches from two young siblings, mayoral hopeful Eric Adams said Sunday — as one of the kids remained too traumatized to leave his father’s lap.
- Amid the mayhem, the girl, Mia, grabbed her kid brother in a heroic attempt to shield him from the bullets, said Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr., speaking at the same event as Adams.
- President Barack Obama’s first Bureau of Land Management director has pulled his support for Tracy Stone-Manning, saying she should withdraw her nomination to head the agency over her involvement in a tree-spiking case three decades ago.
- “If the reports regarding Ms. Stone-Manning’s involvement with spiking trees are true then I firmly believe she should immediately withdraw her name from further consideration for the BLM director job,” Mr. Abbey told The Washington Times in an email.
- To start, on the morning of Sunday, June 20, normally expansive Jupiter begins its four-month retrograde period, offering you an opportunity to turn inward, to reflect on how much you’ve grown and consider where you’re going from here.
- This week, though, try to appreciate the sweetness and support you’ve been given, without feeling bound or burdened by it.
- At the end of the study, there was a significant decrease in TJC [tender joint count] of NTB [sodium tetraborate] and CFB [calcium fructoborate] groups (37.14% and 33.96%) compared to placebo (12.3%) .
- The final study of boron in arthritis compared both sodium tetraborate and calcium fructoborate against placebo in rheumatoid arthritis patients who were also taking etanercept (Enbrel).
- A group of House Republicans wants to know how many billions of dollars in American taxpayer money President Joe Biden is diverting from United States citizens to provide border crossers with hotel rooms and transportation into the U.S.
- As Breitbart News reported last month, from February 19 to April 22, the Biden administration has flown about 7,200 border crossers into the U.S. interior on domestic commercial flights.
- Last summer, the Air Force purposely crashed a drone flying at an undisclosed location in Africa in order to destroy the plane, according to an unclassified accident report that the service released earlier this month.
- Two days after the Africa crash, General Atomics released an alert bulletin on 26 June 2020 that directed all operators of the MQ-9 to bypass the component aboard the Reapers that caused the fuel leak.
- The Rev. Al Sharpton has decided not to endorse in the hotly contested 2021 NYC mayoral primary race, but just two days before the June 22 election he’s criticizing frontrunner Maya Wiley’s diversity record .
- The Rev. Al Sharpton has decided not to endorse in the hotly contested 2021 NYC mayoral primary race, but just two days before the June 22 election he’s criticizing frontrunner Maya Wiley’s diversity record.
The moment that local governments in the Western world began to issue guidance or full-on mandates for religious gatherings in the early days of the pandemic, many were concerned that society had stepped onto a slippery slope. Fast-forward 15 months later, and we’re seeing pastors arrested in front of their children after their “underground” church
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- The American dream of home ownership should be replaced by corporate investors snapping up houses and turning them into rentals, one economist is proposing.
- That meant a relatively low purchase price compared to what it would cost to rent — the equivalent of the dividend from housing investment — and stable prices over time.
- Shocking footage from a recent anti-Israel demonstration in New York City shows over a thousand demonstrators rallying behind calls for Israel’s demise while advocating a violent uprising and revolution against the Jewish state.
- Openly calling for a violent uprising, or intifada, against the Jewish state, Kiswani led chants of, “There is only one solution: intifada, revolution.”
WATCH: New Documentary Details Government Crackdown On Canadian Christians, Likens To Communist China
- Speaking of the case against Edmonton pastor James Coates, who was arrested in February and whose GraceLife Church was forced underground after police barricaded their building, Carpay said, “Pastor Coates and GraceLife Church have been quite public about the fact that they are continuing to meet and worship every Sunday, and they’re doing so in secret.
- “It’s exactly like communist China,” said Justice Centre president John Carpay in the video, who also spoke to The Daily Wire in April.
- During an interview on “Fox News Sunday”, Wallace asked Graham if he could support Sen. Joe Manchin’s (D-WV) voting rights bill, which is a watered-down version of a measure being pushed by a majority of Democratic lawmakers.
- Fox News host Chris Wallace on Sunday called out Sen. Lindsey Graham (Q-SC) for making misleading comments about the bipartisan voting rights bill that he’s openly objected to voting for.
- Big Labor spent millions getting President Biden elected — and now it’s seeking to enact a law “directing federal power and resources to boost flagging” union rolls, laments Reason’s Eric Boehm .
- The “mind-numbing randomness, brazenness and, even worse, casualness of violence afflicting Atlanta” has the upscale Buckhead neighborhood “wanting to break away from Atlanta to form its own city” with “its own police force,” writes The Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Bill Torpy .
Not Even Media is Safe from Far-Left Violence: Antifa Attacks Journalists Covering Conservative Conference
When theColorado Christian University Centennial Institute’s Western Conservative Summit came to Denver this weekend, so did antifa. Not that the media noticed. Westword — an alternative paper which bills itself as “[t]he independent voice of Denver since 1977” — reported on the counter-protest, the “Western BLM-Antifa Summit,” which promised “two days of fiercely jubilant oppositionRead more >Similar articles >
- A twice-deported illegal alien has pleaded guilty to aggravated manslaughter in the death of 32-year-old Nassau County Sheriff’s Deputy Eric Oliver in November 2016.
- On November 19, 2016, as Breitbart News reported at the time, Portillo-Fuentes was running from the United States Border Patrol in Texas after having already been deported twice from the U.S.
- However, on the 6th, when the stormers rained on the nation’s most precious hut, waving Old Glory – the memo was received: the American flag is its replacement,” Gray wrote in an Op-Ed for MarketWatch, referring to the presence of American flags during the Capitol incursion.
- If @MacyGraysLife or anyone else hates the American flag so badly, they should pick a flag they like & go live in the country that flies it!
- Not an easy thing to just bring up, and I wanted to be respectful, so I asked one night: “Can we maybe talk at some point about rekindling the physical side of our relationship?”
- We already discussed briefly that if she decides she isn’t interested in being physical (she says she has no drive at all, and how that’s a new thing for her and is kind of scary), we’ll have to figure out “what to do,” which won’t be good, ’cuz she will not be up for letting me find human touch elsewhere.
Another layer behind Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s “bombshell” Oprah Winfrey interview has been revealed. The Sun reports that Harry agreed to the interview within 24 hours of the royal family stripping him of his military titles. “His military roles were very important to him given that he served,” a source told the paper.
Harry served as Captain Wales for two tours in Afghanistan. As part of Harry and Meghan’s exit from their official royal duties, dubbed “Megxit,” the royal family reportedly removed his military titles so they couldn’t be used in promotions for Harry and Meghan’s TV shows or Netflix documentaries. It was originally believed that Harry was furious that his son, Archie, wouldn’t be given royal titles. However, sources tell The Sun that a decision on any possible title won’t be made until after the queen’s death.
Harry is set to return to the U.K. in the next few days to quarantine before the unveiling of a statue dedicated to his mother, Princess Diana, on July 1.Read more >Similar articles >
- The results mirror a Manhattan Institute poll showing that 52 percent of New Yorkers are worried about crime.
- The relentless chaos of the past few months shows that nobody cares about “progressive” issues, like bike lanes or a higher minimum wage, when crime is rising — all they care about is order.
- Gray then offered her vision of a flag, which managed to combine Democratic talking points like statehood for the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico with politically correct takes on the skin color of her fellow citizens.
- However, on the 6th, when the stormers rained on the nation’s most precious hut, waving Old Glory – the memo was received: the American flag is its replacement,” Gray wrote in an Op-Ed for MarketWatch, referring to the presence of American flags during the Capitol incursion.
- Krysten Sinema and Joe Manchin accountable, and what might play out in the 2022 and 2024 elections if Biden is unable to advance his agenda.
- Host Michelangelo Signorile lamented the actions of the bipartisan group of senators—including Kyrsten Sinema, Joe Manchin, and Susan Collins—which he believes fall short of actually helping those who need it the most.
- A former sports journalist said she was sexually assaulted by a baseball player almost two decades ago in a New York Times essay published Sunday .
- Kat O'Brien said she was opening up about the 2002 rape, which she said happened during an interview in a hotel room, for the first time because she hoped " by sharing my experiences, more women will feel comfortable speaking up when something is inappropriate."
- An illegal alien is in custody on a $1 million bail after allegedly raping an elderly woman at a senior living facility in Stuart, Florida.
- Marvin Ailon-Mendoza, a 20-year-old illegal alien who entered the United States as an Unaccompanied Alien Child (UAC) via the U.S.-Mexico border, was arrested and charged with raping an 82-year-old woman last month.
- “A member of Team Adams — who has been working hard & volunteering every day — was stabbed in the Bronx today @ 149th St & Morris Ave. The police are investigating & he’s in surgery,” Adams tweeted .
- An Eric Adams campaign volunteer was stabbed four times in the South Bronx in broad daylight Sunday afternoon while canvassing on behalf of the Democratic mayoral hopeful .
- Earlier this week House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy – who desperately wants to be Speaker of the House if the Republicans win the majority in the 2022 midterms – gave a confusing quote that made it sound like Donald Trump also wants to be Speaker of the House.
- So yes, in theory, if the Republicans take control of the House in the midterms, they could turn around and pick Trump as Speaker.
Despite being banned from Twitter and Facebook, former President Donald Trump still took the time to send out a Father’s Day message the only way he knows how. In a statement celebrating the holiday, Trump took aim at his political rivals. “Happy Father’s Day to all, including the Radical Left, RINOs, and other Losers of the world. Hopefully, eventually, everyone will come together!” he said in a statement. The former president still releases official statements to his supporters, usually to criticize President Biden and other political opponents. The Trump Organization tweeted a picture of the former president with his two eldest sons, Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump, celebrating the “incredible” fathers within the company.Read more >Similar articles >
- WASHINGTON — President Biden’s national security adviser said on Sunday that the United States was preparing more sanctions against Russia in response to the poisoning of Aleksei A.
- Navalny, the country’s most prominent opposition leader, days after Mr. Biden attended his first face-to-face summit meeting with President Vladimir V.
- The Taser- and knife-wielding madman who triggered a stampede in Washington Square Park over the weekend was cut loose without bail on Sunday — as his lawyer claimed he acted in self-defense.
- Prosecutor Taylor Brisco told Judge Abraham Clott that McDermott claimed to police, “It was self-defense.
- Texas Attorney Gen. Ken Paxton speaks at a news conference on the U.S. Southern Border and President Joe Biden’s immigration policies, in the Hart Senate Office Building in Washington, DC.
- The Attorney General of Texas has stated Joe Biden’s border policies have incentivized human smuggling.