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Jun 22 11:32

Eight climate change protesters are arrested outside Ted Cruz's $2million Texas home after they refused to get off his lawn in hour-long standoff with police

Eight people have been arrested for trespassing during a climate change protest outside Ted Cruz's Houston home.

Jun 22 11:28

Father-of-four, 40, who was filmed by vigilante group as he tried to meet a '13-year-old girl' for sex is jailed for two years

Raymond Carpenter, 40, arranged to meet 'girl' at Manchester Piccadilly station
He was confronted by paedophile hunters who were live streaming on Facebook

Jun 22 11:07

AMERICAN Flight Cancellations Continue; Travel Surge Stretches Staff… UNITED warns… Why Airlines Let Sick Passengers Fly

Jun 22 11:07

Portland Police Association Leader Says Morale Among Officers Is 'As Bad As It's Ever Been' After All 50 Riot Squad Members Resigned And The Riot-Hit City Took Out A Full-Page Ad In NYT Describing Itself As 'Edgy'

The head of a Portland police union warned that morale among officers is 'as bad as it's ever been' one week after all 50 members of the city's riot squad resigned from their voluntary posts following the indictment of one of their colleagues.

Jun 22 11:05

Hideaki Akaiwa (Picture)

Jun 22 11:05

'Corporations win. Celebrities win. Even the Chinese Communist Party wins': Biotech entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy, 35, slams US big business for going woke 'at the expense of the American people'

The founder of a US biotech firm has argued that corporate America is poisoning society because it capitalizes on wokeness just to make money - and that it is 'quietly wreaking havoc' on democracy.

Jun 22 11:04

DOJ's head of national security division considered resigning over Trump's pressure campaign to investigate election fraud claims

The Justice Department's top national security official said he considered resigning after the agency was pressured by former President Donald Trump to investigate false claims of voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election.

Jun 22 11:02

Democrats brace for DEFEAT in the voting rights bill today: Republicans set to sink law after Biden failed to get Joe Manchin's support and Obama used Capitol Riot to try and inspire support

Democrats' voting rights bill is all but certain to fail in the Senate on Tuesday as Republicans move to block the progressive priority and Joe Biden failed to get centrist Joe Manchin to back the legislation.

Jun 22 10:59

4 times as many US soldiers and vets died by suicide than in combat since 9/11 War on Terror – study

Jun 22 10:43

Arizona Senate to Adjourn BEFORE Arizona Audit Results Released – Not Scheduled to Reconvene Until 2022

Jun 22 10:28

Fairness Doctrine (Picture)

Jun 22 10:27

Arizona Secretary of State Hobbs Refuses to Accept 24,000 Signatures for Speaker Bowers Recall

Jun 22 10:21

Democrat Kyrsten Sinema DEFENDS the filibuster, says eliminating it would 'damage our democracy' and calls out her party for using it in the past in op-ed ahead of voting rights bill vote today

Democratic Senator Kyrsten Sinema doubled down on her defense of the filibuster under mounting pressure to denounce the legislative practice ahead of a crucial Senate vote on a voting rights bill on Tuesday.

Jun 22 10:18

Homeowner who fortified his mailbox with metal and concrete after repeated vandalism is sued by driver who was left paralyzed after crashing into it and flipping his truck in Ohio

A homeowner who heavily fortified his mailbox with metal and concrete after it was repeatedly vandalized is being sued by a driver who was left paralyzed after he crashed his truck into it in Ohio.

Jun 22 10:16

Biden will back bill ending the disparity between sentences for crack and powder cocaine that was created in legislation HE wrote in 1986

The Biden administration will endorse legislation that would end the sentencing disparity between those caught with crack versus powder cocaine.

Jun 22 10:14

This employer is a piece of shit. (Picture)

Jun 22 10:09

No words (Picture)

Jun 22 09:49

[Video] Busted

Numerous police sat in numerous vans. No masks.

Jun 22 09:47

Apply cold water (Video)

Jun 22 09:46

White House will concede US WON'T hit 70% vaccination target by July 4: Biden administration set to announce it will take a 'few extra weeks' to reach goal - but still insist it has 'succeeded beyond its highest expectations'

President Joe Biden's administration will concede Tuesday that it will fall short of its goal of vaccinating 70% of adult Americans by July 4th but officials will still brag about the rate they are getting shots in the arms of Americans.

Jun 22 09:45

Gov. Newsom - who is facing a recall election - declares California will pay off ALL unpaid rent for lower income households accrued during pandemic using $5.2billion 'forgiveness' pot

Gavin Newsom has announced that California will pay off all unpaid rent accrued during the pandemic using a $5.2 billion federal pot 'on a scale never seen before in the US.'

Jun 22 09:39

Moment US Border Patrol agent carries injured migrant on his shoulders through mountains after she got lost and broke her ankle while illegally crossing into California

A US Border Patrol officer was captured on video carrying a migrant on his back after the woman was injured while illegally crossing into the US from Mexico.

Jun 22 09:36

Friend of slain ex-Mississippi rep says she was 'on the verge of uncovering something very bad' about her sister-in-law's death at burnt out trailer before she was killed - as suspect is arrested for arson but NOT murder

A friend of the former Mississippi lawmaker who was shot fatally shot on the same property where her sister-in-law's body was found six months earlier has shared fears that she may have been killed because she was close to finding the truth about what happened to her relative.

Jun 22 09:34

After Covid-19 Vaccine CAR CRASHES

Jun 22 09:32

Exclusive — Nellis Air Force Base Hosts First-Ever Drag Queen Show: ‘Essential to the Morale, Readiness’

The Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada recently hosted its first-ever drag queen show at one of its on-base dining and entertainment clubs, according a base spokesperson.

Nellis Air Force Base said in an email statement to Breitbart News:

Nellis Air Force Base and the 99th Air Base Wing hosted its first-ever drag show Thursday, June 17, at the Nellis Club. The event was sponsored by a private organization and provided an opportunity for attendees to learn more about the history and significance of drag performance art within the LGBT+ community.

Ensuring our ranks reflect and are inclusive of the American people is essential to the morale, cohesion, and readiness of the military. Nellis Air Force Base is committed to providing and championing an environment that is characterized by equal opportunity, diversity and inclusion.

Jun 22 09:30

Obama Ethics Chief: Hunter Biden Art Sales Has ‘Shameful And Grifty Feeling To It’ 

On Monday, former President Obama’s ethics chief criticized Hunter Biden for selling his art for a half a million dollars and more to anonymous buyers, saying it had a “shameful and grifty feeling to it.”

The former Office of Government Ethics director, Walter Shaub, made his comments to Fox News.

Jun 22 09:30

China’s Latest, Most Advanced Warplanes to Perform at Zhuhai Airshow 2021, Organisers Say

Some of the most advanced warplanes in the fleet of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Air Force will be invited to perform at the Zhuhai Airshow 2021, which is scheduled for late September and early October, the exhibition's organiser announced on Sunday.

Originally planned for November 2020 but postponed to this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, preparations for the 13th edition of Airshow China - also known as the Zhuhai Airshow since it will be held in Zhuhai, South China's Guangdong Province - are going smoothly, the organiser said in a statement on Sunday, at the 100-day countdown to the event.

The event's organisers will invite the PLA Air Force to put its advanced warplanes and equipment on display, in particular the latest planes that were featured in China's National Day military parade in 2019. Those aircraft will deliver flight performances, the statement read.

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Now, here’s a question; have you ever seen a bad driver? Are there numerous accidents (collisions) that take place every day in your state? Are some of those collisions responsible for property damage, injuries, and even fatalities? Of those, how many were licensed drivers who were involved in causing the collision? The vast majority are licensed. So, what good does licensing do?

Jun 22 09:21

EXCLUSIVE: Hunter Biden's close relationship with Blue Star consulting firm under federal investigation for its involvement with Burisma is revealed in emails - despite CEO downplaying role of president's son in sworn testimony

Hunter Biden may have had a far closer relationship with a DC consultancy under federal investigation for alleged illegal lobbying than its CEO implied when she testified under oath, emails reveal.

Jun 22 09:20

Congress isn’t happy about SpaceX’s lunar lander and may vent this week

NASA Administrator Bill Nelson will appear at a committee meeting of the House Science, Space, and Technology Committee on Wednesday, and the meeting could be full of intrigue when the subject of NASA's Artemis Program to land humans on the Moon and SpaceX comes up.

We can probably expect some happy talk as Nelson—who as a US Senator in 2011 championed development of the Space Launch System rocket alongside Kay Bailey Hutchison—references the recent stacking of the booster's core stage with its solid rocket motors at Kennedy Space Center. After a decade and more than $20 billion in costs, NASA's large SLS rocket is indeed finally getting closer to its first test launch.

Jun 22 09:19

Dropping power levels threaten InSight mission

Dust accumulation on the solar panels of NASA’s InSight Mars lander is reducing the power to the spacecraft and could force the mission to end within a year.

At a June 21 meeting of NASA’s Mars Exploration Program Analysis Group, Bruce Banerdt, principal investigator for the InSight mission at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, said dust accumulating on the lander’s two solar panels has drastically reduced the amount of power they produce, requiring some instruments to be turned off at least temporarily.

“The dust accumulation on the solar arrays has been considerable. We have about 80% obscuration of the arrays,” he said. The amount of energy available to the lander per Martian day, or sol, has dropped from nearly 5,000 watt-hours shortly after its November 2018 landing to less than 700 watt-hours now, according to data Banerdt presented at the meeting.

Jun 22 09:19

You guys made it. Who's next? (Picture)

Jun 22 09:19

Is dark matter real, or have we misunderstood gravity?

For many years now, astronomers and physicists have been in a conflict. Is the mysterious dark matter that we observe deep in the Universe real, or is what we see the result of subtle deviations from the laws of gravity as we know them? In 2016, Dutch physicist Erik Verlinde proposed a theory of the second kind: emergent gravity. New research, published in Astronomy & Astrophysics this week, pushes the limits of dark matter observations to the unknown outer regions of galaxies, and in doing so re-evaluates several dark matter models and alternative theories of gravity. Measurements of the gravity of 259,000 isolated galaxies show a very close relation between the contributions of dark matter and those of ordinary matter, as predicted in Verlinde's theory of emergent gravity and an alternative model called Modified Newtonian Dynamics. However, the results also appear to agree with a computer simulation of the Universe that assumes that dark matter is 'real stuff'.

Jun 22 09:18

'I was humiliated': The continuing trauma of South Korea's spy cam victims

It took another three years before the shocking truth about the TV personality was presented to a judge.

Police received a tip-off about videos on his phone in 2019 and finally issued a warrant to seize it. They found he had secretly filmed images of 12 women, including Kyung-mi, and had shared them on a chatroom with his celebrity friends.

Jun 22 09:17

Google's reported ties to Wuhan linked scientist points to one of the 'biggest scandals' of our time: Hilton

A new report revealing that Google and the USAID-funded Wuhan scientist Peter Daszak’s virus experiments for over a decade unearthed what could be considered one of the "biggest scandals" of our time, Steve Hilton said on Monday.

"It's honestly one of the biggest scandals for, I don't know, a hundred years." Hilton said during an appearance on "Fox News Primetime." "I can't think of a bigger one."


"The Next Revolution" host referenced the "shocking" report published by the "The National Pulse" which reveals financial ties between Google and Daszak’s EcoHealth Alliance, understood to be "a controversial group that has openly collaborated with the Wuhan Institute of Virology on ‘killer’ bat coronavirus research."

Jun 22 09:17

Violent America: 11 people are killed and dozens are injured including two children and a cop in 50 weekend shootings around the US as crime continues to spiral after COVID

At least 11 people were killed and dozens injured in a spate of 50 shootings nationwide over the weekend as America continues to battle a stunning surge in post-coronavirus crime.

Jun 22 09:16

Six Australians develop potentially deadly immune system failure just days after having AstraZeneca's Covid jab - with similar cases seen overseas

Six Australians have developed a potentially life-threatening condition just days after having AstraZeneca's Covid vaccine.

The recipients developed a rare disease called Guillain-Barré syndrome, which can cause paralysis and leave patients in crippling pain after breaking down the body's immune system.

The syndrome is a known complication from vaccines in general, with no medical evidence that Covid vaccines put someone more at risk.

Jun 22 09:15

‘Safe vaccine’ pledges are on ever shakier ground

DOCTORS, scientists, politicians, pharmaceutical companies and media promoting the experimental Covid vaccines as being safe and effective are rapidly being confronted with a stark choice: to save face or save lives.

As fresh evidence mounts supporting long-standing claims that the entire system of counting Covid ‘cases’ is bogus, grounds for repeatedly telling the public that the vaccines are safe are also collapsing.

The latest bombshell comes from Dr Robert Malone, an American vaccine specialist who invented the mRNA technology which is the basis of most Covid jabs, including Pfizer, Moderna, and Oxford AstraZeneca, allowing them to deliver the genetic code for the coronavirus spike protein.

Jun 22 09:15

Yea..about that (Picture)

Jun 22 09:15

Anonymous street artist Banksy is told to reveal his identity amid legal bid to stop his controversial artworks from being copied in Australia

Anonymous street artist Banksy has launched a legal action to stop Australians from reproducing his famous works but might have reveal his identity to be successful.

Jun 22 09:14

Study: Richest US Dynasties 'Hoard' Wealth Rather Than Generate It, Exacerbating Inequality

The US is the wealthiest country in terms of having more billionaires than any other nation. While many of the richest people built their fortunes on their own, like Jeff Bezos, a large proportion was born into wealth, such as the heirs of America's wealthiest families, including the Waltons and the Mars family, among others.

A total of 27 of the top 50 dynasties on the Forbes 2020 list of wealthy families, with a combined wealth of $1.2 trillion, were also on the Forbes 400 list in 1983, and, according to a new analysis from the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS), it is wealth preservation, not generation, that allows these families to remain so rich.

And it is the tax structure in the US that has moved in favor of the wealthy over time, the organization stated.

Jun 22 09:14

Foreign Ministers of Russia and Venezuela Hold Joint Press Conference

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and his Venezuelan counterpart Jorge Arreaza met in Moscow on 22 June to discuss bilateral relations and the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

Sputnik is live from Moscow, Russia, where Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Foreign Minister of Venezuela Jorge Arreaza are holding a joint press conference following their meeting on 22 June.

The diplomats have discussed global and regional issues as well as cooperation within the United Nations.

On Monday, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov confirmed Moscow's support for Caracas during a consultation on the current situation in Venezuela, as the country has been mired in a political crisis since the then-head of the opposition-controlled National Assembly, Juan Guaido, proclaimed himself interim president in a bid to oust re-elected President Nicolas Maduro from power.

Jun 22 09:13

AstraZeneca Covid vaccine linked to rare neurological disorder in India, UK 

Eleven people who received the AstraZeneca-Oxford COVID-19 vaccine have developed a rare neurological disorder called Guillain-Barre syndrome, clinicians in India and England have reported in two separate studies.

While seven cases were reported from a medical centre in Kerala, where about 1.2 million people were administered the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine, known as Covishield in India, four were reported from Nottingham, UK, in an area in which approximately 700,000 (7 lakh) people received the jab. All 11 had received the Covid preventive 10-22 days earlier.

In Guillain-Barre syndrome (GBS), the body's immune system mistakenly attacks part of its peripheral nervous system --the network of nerves located outside of the brain and spinal cord.

The two studies, published in the journal Annals of Neurology on June 10, describe an unusual variant of GBR characterised by prominent facial weakness.

Jun 22 09:12

Four Brits develop Guillain-Barré syndrome days after Covid jab

Four British men have developed a potentially life-threatening condition just days after having AstraZeneca's Covid vaccine.

The recipients developed Guillain-Barré syndrome, which can cause paralysis and leave patients in crippling pain.

All four cases were spotted in the Nottingham area, where around 700,000 people have had the British firm's coronavirus jab.

British health chiefs have yet to offer a public breakdown of how many cases of the syndrome have been spotted in vaccine recipients across the entire country.

But a similar link has been spotted in both Australia and India, where AstraZeneca's vaccine is also being dished out. It is also a known rare side effect of flu and HPV jabs.

Jun 22 09:11

Have we reached peak ransomware? How the internet's biggest security problem has grown and what happens next

Ransomware has become such a significant problem that now even leaders of the global superpowers are discussing these attacks at high-profile summits.

The cyberattacks – which involve criminals encrypting networks and demanding payments that can reach millions of dollars in exchange for the decryption key – were one of the key discussion points during the first face-to-face meeting of US President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Ransomware was on the agenda following several high-profile campaigns against US targets, which caused significant disruption.

Jun 22 09:09

Britain's daily Covid cases rise by 37% in a week to 10,633 - as Boris warns of a 'rough winter' ahead, refuses to rule out MORE lockdowns and dashes hopes of overseas summer holidays

Britain's daily coronavirus case have risen by another third in a week, official figures revealed today after Boris Johnson warned more lockdowns could still be on the cards this winter.

Department of Health bosses recorded 10,633 positive tests in the last 24 hours — up 37.3 per cent on last Monday's count — with the national uptick in cases fuelled by the highly-transmissible Indian variant, which MailOnline today confirmed was now dominant in more than 300 areas of England.

Despite cases steadily increasing since mid-May, the number of people dying from the disease has stayed relatively flat, in a key sign the vaccines have broken the link between infections and fatalities. Five victims were added to the official toll today, compared to three last week.

Jun 22 09:03

What!? FBI Released Docs With Intel Of Alien Bodies & Spacecraft! NY Times Gets Sneak Peak Of Report

Webmaster addition: More pushing of space aliens and UFOs. Is this the next BOOGA BOOGA when fear of Covid wears off?

Jun 22 08:53

#justice (Picture)

Jun 22 08:52

Five top executives at troubled electric vehicle startup Lordstown Motors sold total of $8m in stock just weeks before fourth quarter results revealed huge losses - including one who dumped 99.3% of his vested stock

Five top executives at the troubled electric vehicle startup Lordstown Motors sold a total of $8million in stock just weeks before its fourth quarter results revealed huge losses.

Jun 22 08:48

Cases of the flu and other seasonal viruses fell from 4,800 per month in 2019 to just TWELVE each month last year, study finds

Cases of the flu and other seasonal viruses fell by more than 99 percent last year, a new study suggests.

Jun 22 08:21

The Hungarian Air Force female Mi-24 pilot who scored two simulated gun kills against US Air National Guard F-15C Eagle fighter jets - The Aviation Geek Club

In 1978/79 US Army and US Air Force conducted a joint experiment called Joint Countering Attack Helicopter (J-CATCH). J-CATCH focused on dissimilar air combat between jet fighters and attack helicopters. As already explained, to the surprise of many involved in the program, the helicopters proved extremely dangerous to the fighters when they were properly employed, racking up a 5-to-1 kill ratio over the fighters when fighting at close ranges with guns.

Something similar happened 30 years later during Load Diffuser Exercise in 2008.

Jun 22 08:17

For Your Safety (Picture)

Jun 22 08:14

Driver paralyzed after plowing into an Ohio man’s fortified mailbox sues homeowner

A local official soon after expressed concern Burr’s new mailbox could damage a snow plow if hit, but the homeowner said that wouldn’t be the case.

An attorney for Snay contends that Burr knew from history that his mailbox was in a location where it could be struck by vehicles and disregarded the post office’s standards for installing such a structure.

The Ohio State Supreme Court summarizes the issue at hand as a matter of Burr perhaps not being responsible for Snay’s driving, but maybe at fault for creating a dangerous situation.

“A landowner may generally owe no duty of care to errant motorists who strike an off-the-road hazard, but is there an exception when a landowner consciously creates a hazardous condition in a right-of-way with the actual knowledge of the danger it presents to motorists who unintentionally veer off the traveled portion of the road?” the court record reads.

Jun 22 08:11

A QUARTER of American adults under 40 do not plan to get a COVID-19 shot due lack of trust in vaccines and fears of potential side effects

Almost a quarter of Americans under the age of 40 do not intend to get vaccinated against COVID-19, a new report finds.