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"Any ruler who decides to start a war has made the conscious decision to send a million of his own people to their deaths, for his own profit." -- Michael Rivero
Six protesters were arrested in Nebraska on Friday as Republicans in the state voted to approve an abortion ban and ban on transgender surgeries for minors, according to police.
Anheuser-Busch, the multinational conglomerate which owns Bud Light, was removed from a prominent LGBTQ organization’s equity index because the firm missed a “key moment” to support self-described transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney.
A 42-year-old North Dakota man pled guilty to manslaughter after he hit an 18-year-old with his car following his expression of concern about the teen being connected to a “Republican extremist” group.
Twitter CEO Elon Musk slammed the so-called “laptop class” during an interview this week for being on a moral high horse, saying that everyone needed to go back to work for moral and productivity reasons.
The U.S. will support a joint international effort to train Ukrainian pilots on modern fighter aircraft, including F-16s, President Joe Biden informed G-7 leaders on Friday in Japan.
The training will take place outside Ukraine at a site in Europe and will require months to complete. Officials hope to begin the training in the coming weeks, according to a senior administration official, who like others was granted anonymity to discuss the matter before it was announced.
The move could pave the way to eventually send advanced Western fighter jets to Ukraine, and discussions are ongoing about how and when that would happen, the official said.
According to a newly-released court document, the FBI has used a huge database improperly over 278,000 times to collect information about American citizens.
President Trump’s popularity remains eminent. As he continues to campaign for reelection in 2024, he has pulled so far ahead in the GOP primary polls that he has earned a 45-point lead, according to the latest Rasmussen reports.
Democrat state legislators in New York are reviewing legislation that would have sought-after kidney transplants rewarded to illegal aliens ahead of thousands of Americans who are waiting for such donations.
According to the New York Times, Democrat legislators in New York are considering the plan to open organ transplants, specifically kidney transplants, to illegal aliens. Such transplants are typically reserved for Americans with Social Security Numbers (SSNs)
Glenn Beck documented in detail the abject lawlessness of the "Biden Crime Family" in a livestreaming video special in which Mark Levin explained what Congress and local prosecutors can do to bring the Bidens to justice.
Beck meticulously reported the monumental evidence of corruption at the highest levels of government in a special episode titled "The Reckoning: Biden Crime Family" on Thursday evening on BlazeTV.
Starting with the recent revelations in the Durham report, Beck sifted through the mounds of previous facts to weave together exactly how the members of the Biden family have manipulated the media and abused their political power to enrich themselves.
As former fans of Fox News continue to shun the network after it took top-rated host Tucker Carlson off the air, executives have announced his replacement.
At least for another week.
Former South Carolina Republican congressman Trey Gowdy, who hosts a popular weekend program, will be sitting in the host’s chair next week, the network announced on Friday.
A man who allegedly raped a teen girl, and another woman after threatening her while displaying a machete in Maryland, was in the U.S. illegally, Fox 5 reported on Friday.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) confirmed that the suspect, Jose Roberto Hernandez-Espinal, 20, was an illegal immigrant from El Salvador that came to the U.S. in 2013, according to Fox 5, which is a DC-Maryland based outlet. Hernandez-Espinal is accused of raping a 15-year-old at a park in Silver Spring, Maryland, just days before he raped a woman while threatening the alleged victim and her friend with a machete at the same park.
Hernandez-Espinal allegedly pointed the machete at one of the victim’s backs before taking her to a secluded area, raping her and stealing her jewelry before fleeing the scene, according to Fox5.
Cities in Arizona may soon have to take down their intersection cameras that have generated millions of dollars from motorists over the years.
House lawmakers approved Senate Bill 1234 on a bipartisan vote Monday afternoon. If Gov. Katie Hobbs signs it, the new law would ban the use of photo enforcement systems to enforce traffic law.
“This is not law enforcement in my city or state, this is a scheme,” said Rep. Joe Chaplik, R-Scottsdale. “It’s a third-party company issuing tickets to make a profit with almost 75% of the profit from those ticket fees going to this company. They own the cameras and they’re telling the city who is guilty.”
Chaplik said the cameras don’t offer a driver the due process they would receive if they’re pulled over by law enforcement.
The Democratic Party never fails to prove that the American people are their number one enemy and want them perpetually silenced if they dare speak out against them.
When Bud Light and Anheuser-Busch teamed up with transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney, it angered swaths of Americans on a fundamental level.
US officials are backtracking on claims they took out a top Al-Qaeda leader in a Syrian drone strike after the family of a sheep herder identified the victim.
Mayor Eric Adams is railing against the Biden administration’s open border policy, warning New Yorkers don’t want the mass influx of undocumented migrants from the southern border on their block or in their community.
A court document released Friday afternoon revealed that the FBI improperly used a digital surveillance tool on everyday Americans over 278,000 times from 2020 through 2021.
According to a report from the Washington Post, the agency used the Section 702 electronic database against January 6 victims, crime suspects, and 19,000 donors to a Congressional candidate. The Section 702 database is managed by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court and can be accessed by the FBI and NSA. The FBI is only permitted to access the database if they suspect information from foreign intelligence agencies can be uncovered.
Newly released documents reveal that the sugar industry bribed high-profile and influential scientists from Harvard University, paying them to publish fake news about the primary causes of heart attacks.
The Harvard scientists false claims significantly influenced public health strategies regarding nutrition for decades, and the results are still being experienced today.
The news was disclosed in a recent special report in JAMA Internal Medicine and has shocked the research community. If the experts are taking bribes and lying about the causes of heart attacks, what else might they be lying about?
In the 1960s, there was no obligation to disclose conflicts of interest, enabling sugar industry executives to collaborate extensively with the researchers in revising and refining their paper until it met their desired standards, all without the need to acknowledge their own involvement.
‘I thought I had seen everything but this one floored me,’ said Marion Nestle of New York University, who wrote an editorial on the new findings.
‘It was so blatant. And the “bribe” was so big. Funding research is ethical,’ Nestle said. Bribing researchers to produce the evidence you want is not.’
She was the first black actress to play the role of Janet Weiss in the 1975 hit musical “The Rocky Horror” in 2019.
Fast forward to 2022, the multifaceted Didintle Khunou is set to make her panto debut in Janice Honeyman’s “Adventures in Pantoland.”
Khunou, who has become synonymous with fine craftsmanship of quality theatre performance, is about to make history as the first black actress to play Snow White in the Mother of all pantomimes “Adventures in Pantoland”, staging at the Joburg Theatre, from November 6 to December 24.
Little black girls around the world were brought to tears when they discovered that their favourite Disney princess, Ariel, looked just like them.
Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch broke his silence on the subject of lockdowns and mandates during a recent statement made in a case concerning Title 42, calling it the “greatest intrusion on civil liberties.”
Nebraska State Senator Machaela Cavanaugh, a Democrat representing District 6, has recently garnered attention after chanting repeatedly on the Senate floor for more than two minutes over transgender people.
It’s amazing how genuinely upset liberal journalists are about the Trump town hall event on CNN.
Liberal celebrity chef José Andrés is building a new restaurant in Palo Alto, California, which has a law banning gas stoves in new construction.
White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre and National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan on Friday held a press gaggle in Hiroshima, Japan.
The danger of ventilators and their likely involvement in the unnecessary deaths of Covid-19 patients has already been raised in these pages. That article was unconvincingly ‘fact checked’ with the customary ‘conspiracy theory’ trope being levelled at the authors. However, while ventilators may not have been fully responsible, for example, for the unusually high deaths of Covid-19 patients on ventilators in New York, they were associated with a higher level of mortality.
Ventilation, a procedure exclusively carried out in intensive-care environments, involves the introduction of an endotracheal tube into the lungs by which air is then pumped in. Despite the sterile conditions under which the tube is introduced into the lungs, bacterial infection referred to as ventilator associated pneumonia (VAP) is common within 24 hours. This is especially dangerous because the patient will already be medically compromised, and the immune system will be less able to combat the infection. VAP has a mortality rate of between 20 and 50 per cent.
An article published earlier this month by the News Center of Northwest Medicine, which is a non-profit healthcare system associated with Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, published an article titled: ‘Secondary Bacterial Pneumonia Drove Many COVID-19 Deaths.’ The article featured Professor Benjamin Stinger of Northwest Medicine, who led a study linking secondary pneumonia caused by being on a ventilator to mortality which was published in a recent issue of the Journal of Clinical Investigation. JCI is a leading medical journal with an impressive impact factor, a measure of how much it is cited, of 19.
Michelle Obama’s juice drink for children fails her own health standards due to the high sugar content.
Police arrested a couple in Griffin, Georgia outside of Atlanta after their 37 pound, 10-year-old son was found walking the street looking for food.
As the Ukraine war drags on, 15 months after the Russian forces launched their Special Military Operation, the different approaches of Zelensky two major sponsors – the US and its main ally the United Kingdom – are becoming more pronounced.
A DC man was captured on tape going on one of the biggest rampages you will ever see.