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June 22, 2021

Jun 22 05:44

LBJ called, he wants his inflation back

Jun 22 05:44

Woke Ideology Mimics Precursors to Totalitarian Slaughter, Experts Say

Some of the core tenets of the “woke” ideology spreading around the country mimic ideas used to justify many of the most horrendous atrocities of the past century, according to several experts.

A recently released documentary exploring the topic, called “Better Left Unsaid,” concludes that the self-identified “radical left” endorses four fundamental “truths” that they “hold to be self-evident,” noting that these tenets have also been used to justify and incite many of the worst massacres of the 20th century.

The first of the four claims is that “the world is best viewed through a group oppression narrative lens.”

The “woke” ideology is based on a set of quasi-Marxist theories that divide society into “oppressors” and the “oppressed” based on characteristics such as race, sex, class, or sexual proclivities. “Woke” is sometimes used interchangeably with Critical Race Theory (CRT), which is one of the more prominent ideologies that operate within this framework.

Jun 22 05:44

LARGE-SCALE HOUTHI OFFENSIVE IN YEMEN AND THE SOUTHERN KINGDOM

Jun 22 05:39

'Anything can happen, we like it that way': Portland tourism bosses are slammed for taking out full-page ad in New York Times admitting the riot-hit city has an 'edge' - but claiming locals still love it

Tourism bosses in Portland have taken out a full-page advert in the New York Times admitting the riot-hit city has an 'edge' - but urging visitors to come anyway.

Jun 22 05:37

Minnesota girl, 9, slams school board for violating its own ban on political posters by displaying BLM posters and photo of young poet at Biden's inauguration on walls of her school

A nine year old girl in Minnesota has gone viral after she berated her school board for banning political posters from campuses, yet displaying Black Lives Matter images on the wall.

Jun 22 05:35

'What is this symbol of hate doing in Don Lemon's kitchen?': Tucker Carlson asks what black-face cookie jar is doing in rival's home after millionaire CNN host called America divided and racist

Tucker Carlson mocked his CNN rival Don Lemon for having a black face cookie jar in his $4.3 million Hamptons home.

Jun 22 05:33

One Amazon warehouse destroys 130,000 items per week, including MacBooks, COVID-19 masks, and TVs, some of them new and unused, a report says

An Amazon warehouse in Scotland destroys millions of unsold products every year, an investigation from the British news outlet ITV found.

Jun 22 05:30

On The Mean Streets Of America, The Gun Battles Never Seem To End…


Jun 22 05:19

Eric Adams remains front-runner in NYC mayoral primary with Maya Wiley and Kathryn Garcia battling for second in last-minute poll as New Yorkers prepare to vote TODAY

Former NYPD cop Eric Adams is leading the race to win the New York City mayoral primary as Maya Wiley and Kathryn Garcia battle for second according to a last-minute poll released hours before today's vote.

Jun 22 05:16

Alabama mom faces felony for filling doctor’s prescription while pregnant

An Alabama mom battling chronic back pain faces felony charges for refilling her prescription while pregnant – in a case her attorneys say tests the limits of legal protections for women receiving medical care.

Jun 22 05:11

Dumb (Picture)


Jun 22 05:11

Donald Trump's former BODYGUARD-turned-his-top executive is being investigated in NYC criminal probe amid claims employees illegally 'received tax-free perks such as apartments and car leases'

New York prosecutors are investigating whether Donald Trump's former bodyguard received tax-free benefits as part of their criminal probe into whether the Trump Organization illegally avoided paying taxes on perks, according to a report Monday.

Jun 22 05:09

Former Obama Task Force Member Says Rise In Crime Is ‘Fault Of The Police’

MSNBC contributor Brittany Packnett Cunningham on Monday claimed the police are to blame for the rise of crime in New York City.

Jun 22 05:04

U.S., U.K., E.U., Canada Impose Sanctions On Belarus Over Forced Plane Landing

We are united in calling for the regime to end its repressive practices against its own people. We are disappointed the regime has opted to walk

Jun 22 05:00

Jen Psaki dodges question on whether Biden thinks a '15-week-old unborn baby' is a person as Catholic bishops push for pro-choice president to be denied communion

White House press secretary Jen Psaki dodged a reporter's question on Monday whether President Joe Biden believes a 15-week-old unborn baby is a living person.

Jun 22 05:00

‘Checking Out My New AR!’: McCloskeys Buy New Rifle After Authorities Confiscate Guns Involved In Standoff With Rioters

Mark McCloskey posted a photo Saturday on Twitter depicting himself and his wife purchasing an AR-15 along with the caption: “Checking out my new AR!” The McCloskeys were forced to turn over at least two firearms to the police last week after they pleaded guilty to charges relating to their standoff with Black Lives Matter rioters last year.

Jun 22 04:59

WATCH: U.S. Navy Detonates Massive Underwater Explosives Around New Aircraft Carrier

The U.S. Navy conducted underwater explosive tests to ensure that the USS Gerald Ford was battle-hardened for the conditions that it will face on the 21st century battlefield.

Jun 22 04:58

Washington Post is condemned for video urging Americans to set up 'white accountability groups' and force themselves into 'a period of deep shame' over their skin color

The Washington Post has been branded 'neoracist,' and as promoting a 'pseudoreligious movement' for the latest episode of its podcast series urging readers to hold 'white accountability groups' and feel 'deep shame' over their race.


Jun 22 04:58

Nina Simone's granddaughter says Kamala Harris 'bullied' her mother into near suicide and left her estate in 'SHAMBLES'

The granddaughter of the legendary singer and activist Nina Simone took to social media to lob some very damaging accusations against Vice President Kamala Harris.ReAnna Simone Kelly said that Harris "bullied" her mother, Lisa Simone Kelly, into near suicide and left her family bereft of any benefit from the singer's estate during Harris' time as California's state attorney general. Nina Simone died in 2003.

Jun 22 04:57

Carl Nassib of the Las Vegas Raiders becomes first active NFL player to come out as gay

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell released a statement praising Nassib for "courageously sharing his truth."

Jun 22 04:57

Trump beats BLM: Judge throws out case accusing former president of having protesters moved so he could walk to DC church for photo

Donald Trump was cleared of violating Black Lives Matter protesters' First Amendment right to demonstrate after they were forcefully moved so he could walk to a church for a photo opportunity.

Jun 22 04:55

Oregon rancher who led a standoff against the federal gov't is running for governor of Idaho

Ammon Bundy, the Oregon rancher famous for leading an armed occupation of a federal refuge in 2016, said that he's running for governor of Idao.


Jun 22 04:49

No touching! (Picture)

Jun 22 04:47

Back to work (Cartoon)

Jun 22 04:46

Seattle Pride to make white people pay $50 reparations fee: City's human rights officials shame LGBT activists for complaining charge is 'reverse racism' and reveal their phone number in public response

A pair of LGBT pride organizers were publicly shamed by Seattle officials after complaining that an event seeking to charge white people $50 'reparations' to attend was reverse racism.

Jun 22 04:45

IRS rejects Christian nonprofit's tax-exempt request because 'Bible teachings are typically affiliated with the Republican Party

Under federal law, to receive tax-exempt status as a religious organization, an organization must operate exclusively for charitable or educational purposes and must "not attempt to influence legislation" or "participate in any campaign activity for or against political candidates."



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Jun 22 04:44

Biden announces families will get $300 per child a month from July 15 if they earn under $150,000 as he hikes child credits by 80% - but critics say government shouldn't 'pay people to have children'

President Biden has unveiled his reformed child tax credits which will see American families paid up to $3,600 to help raise each of their children.

Jun 22 04:43

Justice Kavanaugh nukes NCAA in concurring opinion to landmark decision ruling student athletes should get benefits

In an unanimous decision handed down Monday, the Supreme Court ruled that the NCAA is violating U.S. antitrust law by restricting the benefits colleges can make available to student athletes.Justice Neil Gorsuch delivered the court's opinion, which said the NCAA unlawfully harmed college athletes by limiting schools from competing for top talent by offering

June 21, 2021

Jun 21 23:48

Tucker: 'White Supremacists' Are Not Carrying Out The Violence In Our Streets

Tucker Carlson called out the Biden regime's lie that "white supremacy" is our nation's "most lethal threat" during his monologue on Monday night and highlighted the widespread violence that took place over the weekend during Juneteenth celebrations all over the country.

"Just in 2020, last year, more than 750 people were murdered in the city of Chicago," Tucker said. "And we can say with some confidence that the overwhelming majority of those suspects in the city of Chicago were not members of Q-Anon or white supremacists."

Jun 21 21:38

Poynter: Media Should End Local Crime Beat to Avoid Connecting 'Black and Brown Communities' to Crime

Poynter, the head of the International Fact-Checking Network which operates Politifact, is calling on local news outlets to stop covering local crime stories to avoid connecting "Black and brown communities" to crime.


Jun 21 21:13

WATCH: Washington Post Video Explains Why You Should Feel ‘Shame’ For Being White

The “anti-racist” movement in the United States is gaining traction, thanks to a new explainer video from the Washington Post, which suggests that white people should feel ashamed of their skin color and that they should join “white accountability groups” to better understand their inner “white supremacy”:

Jun 21 20:08

Austin American-Statesman Shares 'Fact Check' Claiming It's 'False' They Omitted Suspect's Description 'Because He's Black'

The Austin American-Statesman on Monday published a Politifact "fact check" declaring it "false" that they omitted a shooting suspect's description "because he's Black."

The "fact check" was used to censor criticism of their paper on Instagram and Facebook.

Jun 21 18:49

Over 30,000 US Veterans of Post-9/11 Wars Have Killed Themselves Since 2001

By Julia Conley

New research released Monday shows the post-9/11 wars launched by the U.S. military since 2001 have resulted in over 30,000 suicides by active duty American solders and veterans—over four times the number killed in combat operations.

According to Brown University’s Costs of War Project—established in 2010 to account for the loss of lives and taxpayer dollars spent on U.S. wars in Iraq and Afghanistan—an estimated 30,177 veterans and service members have killed themselves over the last nearly two decades, compared with 7,057 members of the military who have been killed in combat...

Jun 21 18:49

[Video] ANOTHER VICTIM OF THE COVID "VACCINE" ENDS UP IN ICU

This is horrendous.



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Jun 21 18:24

Nigel Farage Weighs in on Joe Biden’s G7 Performance: “He Spent Most of the Conference Grinning Inanely… I’m Not Sure He Even Knew He Was in the UK” (Video)

Nigel Farage joined Greg Kelly on Monday night to discuss Boris Johnson and Joe Biden’s pathetic displays at the G7 meetings in the UK last week.

Jun 21 18:24

“It’s a Long Tradition in Rhode Island” – Democrat Senator Sheldon Whitehouse Defends Belonging to a “Whites-Only” Beach Club (VIDEO)

Imagine if a Republican said this.

Democrat Senator Sheldon Whitehouse defended belonging to a whites-only beach club when confronted by a reporter on Sunday.


Jun 21 17:05

This real estate billionaire will invest $ 100 million to replace Facebook

Real estate billionaire Frank McCourt is determined to replace Facebook and will invest about $ 100 million to do so. The former owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers baseball team, has created Project Liberty with which he intends to take power away from Mark Zuckerberg's social network and other dominant apps with respect to the social connection data of Internet users.

McCourt's idea is to build a publicly accessible database of people's social connections, Bloomberg reports. This would allow users to have control over their records and move them between different social networks, instead of being limited to a few dominant applications.

Jun 21 13:51

Chicago Suburb Passes Ordinance Decriminalizing Concealed Carry Prohibited Area Violations

A medium-sized suburb south and a bit west of Chicago, Orland Park, IL, has passed a new ordinance aimed at helping out CCL holders as they navigate the restrictive gun laws imposed on them by Cook County and the State of Illinois.

As the Mayor summarizes the ordinance, “This ordinance is a good option for CCL carriers that mistakenly carry into the wrong place, given the ever-growing list of restricted locations. Rather than referring an otherwise cooperative CCL carrier who made a mistake to the county and revoke their CCL, it allows us to give them a municipal ticket that has a consequence to the carrier, but not a revocation from the state level.”

While this is certainly a good gesture on the part of the Village of Orland Park, it does not change the laws that CCL holders are responsible to know and follow. It rather just gives officers another option when dealing with violations and in no way should imply that CCL holders can ignore state law expecting to get a free pass.

Jun 21 13:50

Biden's Nominee to Head the ATF, Who Wants Congress to Ban 'Assault Weapons,' Says He Can't Define Them

President Joe Biden wants Congress to ban "assault weapons," and so does David Chipman, his nominee to run the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF). But neither Biden nor Chipman will say what that term means, and their obfuscation makes it impossible to take their proposal seriously.

Chipman, who worked as an ATF special agent for 25 years and later served as a senior policy adviser to the gun control group Giffords, was repeatedly asked to define assault weapon during his Senate confirmation hearing last month, and he repeatedly dodged the question. Given Chipman's long experience as both an ATF agent and a gun control advocate, his evasiveness cannot plausibly be ascribed to a lack of preparation or knowledge. Instead it seems to be an intentional strategy designed to avoid exposing the illogic of targeting firearms based on their "military-style" appearance.

"I have a simple question for you," Sen. Tom Cotton (R–Ark.) said. "What is an assault weapon?"

Jun 21 13:39

23 AND ME LIZARD DNA


Jun 21 13:19

New Windows 10 Security Shock As 1,000 Vulnerabilities Revealed

According to research from Beyond Trust, the total number of vulnerabilities relating to Microsoft products had risen by 48% comparted to 2019. To break the numbers down, I looked to my go-to for vulnerability statistics, Stack Watch.

This is where things get interesting for Microsoft watchers, with the company taking top place, by vendor, with 1,188 published security vulnerabilities in 2020 compared to Google, in second place, on 950. Apple, for the record, came in at number eight with 381 vulnerabilities.

At the time of writing, the 2021 statistics are similar in terms of positioning: Microsoft at number one with 510 vulnerabilities, Google just behind on 507 and Apple down in ninth with 147.

How does Windows 10 compare to Android or iOS in security vulnerability terms?
What if we were to look at product rather than vendor? Would Microsoft fare any better? Erm, no is the answer.

Jun 21 13:12

Air Force's THOR Microwave Weapon Instantly Ends Enemy Drone Attack in New Video

In a frightening video scenario, dozens of enemy drones descend on an unnamed military base, taking out critical infrastructure such as runways, equipment and buildings housing U.S. troops with kamikaze-style attacks. The U.S. Air Force plans to thwart such a potential threat with its new counter-drone Tactical High-power Operational Responder.

The service published a video this month showing how its THOR directed-energy system uses powerful microwaves to take out incoming drones at long range by disrupting their electronics.

"A target is identified, the silent weapon discharges in less than a second, and the impact is instantaneous," according to the video narration.

Jun 21 13:09

Thousands Without Power In South Suburbs After Tornado Confirmed Overnight

Sunday night’s tornado and surrounding storm took out power throughout the south suburbs.

As of 8 a.m., 20,000 ComEd customers are experiencing power outages. Crews are working to restore outages.

Crews have been working throughout the night. At one point during the storm, more than 33,000 people were impacted by outages.

Downed lines can be dangerous and a line was seen on fire a road in Woodridge.

Jun 21 12:59

ATF Makes the Case for Abolishing the ATF ~ VIDEO


No one makes a better case for abolishing the ATF than the ATF.

There has never been a federal agency with such little regard for the sanctity of human life, with such a history of failure, with such antiquated duties and responsibilities, with such a propensity to overreact, with such an addiction to good press, with such a willingness to bend over for any politician in charge, and – as we currently see playing out – with such little regard for the constitutional rights of American citizens.


Jun 21 12:47

Sanctions against Israel, anyone? Hell no. UK Parliament prefers rewarding evil and dismisses the only likely solution to the Holy Land crisis

Stuart Littlewood highlights the ignorance, hypocrisy and thinly-veiled racism voiced by Israel stooges – members of the Zionist lobbies within the ruling Conservative and "opposition" Labour parties – during a recent parliamentary debate about Palestine and Israel.>>

Jun 21 12:45

America’s Biggest Sandwich Chain May Be Serving Fake Tuna, According to Lab Analysis | Eat This Not That

There's been an interesting, ongoing discussion about the authenticity of Subway's tuna since two Subway customers filed a lawsuit against America's biggest fast-food chain last January. They argued that Subway "falsely advertised" its tuna as real tuna, while alleging that the ingredient Subway serves is "anything but tuna." Now, the New York Times has completed an investigation of multiple samples of Subway's tuna. The verdict? A fish-testing lab says it's hard to say.

The Subway tuna test started as a curiosity.

Jun 21 12:26

Lacy Hunt Warns Fed Has Reached Its Limit, Sees 'Inflation Today, Deflation Tomorrow'

Earlier this month, Wealthion (a new YouTube channel featuring interviews with today's top experts in money & the markets) hosted its first online conference, at which economist Dr Lacy Hunt made a strong case in his keynote presentation that deflation -- not inflation -- will win the day going forward.

He predicts that much of the sudden sharp rise we are seeing in input prices will indeed be transitory. And he presented a parade of econometric data that show many historical precedents why this is likely to be the case.

Of course, the current debt, demographic and technological trends are very deflationary. To those who think that the flood of new $trillions in monetary and fiscal stimulus will trump these, Dr Hunt shows how much of that money just isn't making it out into the real world.

Instead, it's pooling up within the banks as massive excess reserves and the banks aren't lending enough of it out, as shown by the plunge in the Total Loan to Deposit ratio:

Jun 21 12:17

First 'Juneteenth National Independence Day' Marked By Mob Violence, Mass Shootings, Public Executions & Attacks On Police

America's first "National Independence Day" was marked by widespread violence and chaos breaking out at Juneteenth celebrations in California, Illinois, South Carolina, New Jersey, Indiana and Colorado.

Jun 21 12:09

Inkjet Printing ‘Impossible Materials’

Engineers at Tufts University have developed new methods to more efficiently fabricate materials that behave in unusual ways when interacting with microwave energy, with potential implications for telecommunications, GPS, radar, mobile devices, and medical devices. Known as metamaterials, they are sometimes referred to as “impossible materials” because they could, in theory, bend energy around objects to make them appear invisible, concentrate the transmission of energy into focused beams, or have chameleon like abilities to reconfigure their absorption or transmission of different frequency ranges.

It is also the first demonstration that organic polymers can be used to electrically “tune” the properties of the metamaterials.

Jun 21 12:02

Neptune Gets Rainfall Made Of Diamonds . Here's Why

It could make for the greatest get-rich scheme in history, but you need to hitch a ride to Neptune to do it. Yep — scientists think it's raining diamonds on the eighth-farthest planet from our sun. There may be plenty to go around, however, as the 'Ice Giant' is the fourth-largest planet in diameter located in our solar system.

For over 40 years, both astronomers and physicists have suspected diamonds rain down in the center of the planet, though Voyager 2, the lone space mission probe to have flown by the planet, did not prove the popular hypothesis — but we also have yet to land a spacecraft, let alone develop an intricate-enough ground-based telescope, to confirm it (via American Scientist).

Jun 21 11:56

Why one of the brightest stars in the sky mysteriously started to dim

Astronomers may have solved the mystery of Betelgeuse's bizarre brightness drop.

In the fall of 2019, Betelgeuse — one of the brightest and best-known stars in the sky — began dimming dramatically. By February 2020, it had lost about two-thirds of its normal luminosity.

Betelgeuse, which forms the shoulder of the constellation Orion (The Hunter), is a bloated red supergiant, a massive star that will die in a violent supernova explosion in the relatively near future. So some astronomers speculated that this "Great Dimming" might be the beginning of Betelgeuse's death throes, and that the star could soon go boom.

Jun 21 11:53

Honestly (Picture)

Jun 21 11:51

Supreme Court decisions expose Democrats as half-baked hysterics

Two recent Supreme Court decisions prove that the fears Democrats had about a lopsided court were unfounded.
AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite
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.

Two big Supreme Court decisions last week proved reality turned out to be nothing like Dems’ fever dreams.



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Jun 21 11:42

White House Doc DEMANDS Cognitive Test For Biden

Dr. Ronny Jackson, the former White House physician, urged President Biden to immediately undergo a cognitive test so the commander-in-chief can prove to the American public sound mental abilities.

"We can't sit on this any longer," Jackson told "Hannity" Thursday night, citing Biden's "embarrassing" performance overseas this week with world leaders.

Jun 21 11:42

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Introduces a Bill to Abolish The ATF

Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) on Thursday introduce House Resolution 3960, known as the “Brian A. Terry Memorial Eliminate the ATF Act.” The goal of the legislation is to abolish the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives.

Greene introduced the bill in honor of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry, who was killed in the line of duty. The firearm used in his murder was part of the ATF’s botched Fast and Furious gun-running operation, put in place during the Obama administration.

Under Fast and Furious, ATF instructed federal firearms licensees (FFLs) to allow illegal gun sales to proceed. The bureau let the firearms move across the border into Mexico, supposedly with the hope of tracing them back to criminal enterprises. The ATF, however, lost track of the guns that made their way across the southern border.

Jun 21 11:41

Miami offers its clean nuclear power to bitcoin miners as it aims to become crypto capital of the world

Miami Mayor Francis Suarez, who is looking to position the city as a hub for crypto mining activity, announced this week that he is inviting foreign mining companies to establish data centers in the city.

In an interview with CNBC, Suarez said that Miami’s ample nuclear electricity supply should attract bitcoin miners looking to adopt clean energy sources for their operations, especially now there is a spotlight on the supposed carbon footprint of crypto mining.

He added that the city’s officials were looking to reduce the cost of energy in conjunction with the power companies. They were also discussing other incentives like favorable taxes and minimal regulations, Suarez said.

Jun 21 11:41

Chinese drillers announce two MASSIVE oil & gas discoveries in Northwest China

China has discovered a pair of new deposits containing roughly two billion tons of shale oil and gas, according to the state-controlled energy giant China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC).

One of the wells was discovered in the Fuman oilfield – a major region for crude oil production in the Tarim Basin, in northwest China’s Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region. It reportedly contains a billion tons of super-deep oil and gas.

Jun 21 11:36

American politics (simplified)

Jun 21 11:36

Pakistan PM Imran Khan sparks fury by blaming 'temptation' for sexual violence against women, saying: 'If a woman wears very few clothes.. it's common sense'

Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan has sparked fury by blaming 'temptation' for sexual violence against women.

Jun 21 11:34

Monmouth University Requires Vaccinated Students to Wear Masks for Fall Semester

By Leana Dippie

Monmouth University is requiring full vaccination while not lifting any mask restrictions in classrooms.

The school is also requiring students and faculty to submit documented proof of their vaccinations by August 1...

Jun 21 11:29

How COVID-19 vaccine policies have triggered lawsuits and workplace showdowns

Tens of millions of Americans have been vaccinated against COVID-19 and with that, workplaces around the country are opening up once again.

But the rules that some employers and others have put into place mandating vaccines that are still not fully authorized by the Food and Drug Administration, have sparked showdowns with employees.

Lawsuits have been filed against a Texas hospital, a Los Angeles school district, a North Carolina sheriff and a New Mexico detention center, to name a few.

And with a portion of the population hesitant to get vaccinated, including some who outright refuse, there may be more showdowns down the line. A May report by the Kaiser Family Foundation, a non-profit that conducts research on key health policy issues, found nearly a third -- 32% -- of unvaccinated adults are waiting for full FDA approval of a vaccine before getting it.

Jun 21 11:28

Claudette drenches Southeast, may trigger more flash flooding before strengthening to tropical storm again

Tropical Depression Claudette is continuing its trek across the Southeast, hitting parts of Georgia and the Carolinas for a soggy Father's Day.

The center of the system, which downgraded to a tropical depression Saturday, now sits over Alabama, but the edges of the storm is touching the Carolinas.

The system is expected to produce heavy rainfall and flash flooding across parts of the Florida Panhandle, Northern Alabama and Georgia throughout the morning, according to the National Weather Service.

Jun 21 11:28

LIN WOOD FINALLY DROPS THE EPSTEIN TO JUSTICE ROBERTS CHILD SALES TAPE & MURDER OF OTHER SCOTUS

Jun 21 11:27

10 Recent Examples Of Biden Blowing Up At Reporters: "The Rage Is Back"

Joe Biden wants reporters to stick to asking him about more simple matters like ice cream flavors. His last Wednesday "What the Hell?!" blow-up in Geneva in response to a pointed series of questions from CNN's Kaitlan Collins was but the latest in a recent history of his snapping at the press, which often involves him singling out and going after journalists personally. "What in the hell, what do you do all the time?" he shouted back at Collins while defiantly pointing his finger. He ended by telling the correspondent she's in the "wrong business".

Fox News noted this weekend following his attempted apology over the incident that "While Biden often praises journalists as highly intelligent – he did so again this week – he is known for lashing out at questioners on topics he doesn't like, notably his scandal-ridden son Hunter Biden."

Jun 21 11:26

Trump supporter sues town for $25M: ‘They’re trying to silence me’

Michael Wasserman wants to let his freedom fly — but his town of Long Beach, LI, isn’t having it.

“I believe the city is trying to silence me because I’m pro-Trump,” he told The Post.

The 62-year-old entrepreneur has become known in the area for plastering his home — along with his Porsche and Jeep — with a rotating variety of political flags and stickers.
Now he has filed a $25 million federal suit — against the City of Long Beach, the chief of police, the city manager and specific police officers — after officials forced him to remove the flags on his cars.

The town claims they are a violation of an ordinance stating that “[No] sign shall be erected, affixed or maintained within the perimeter of any … public street or public property.” Wasserman parks his car on a public street outside his home.

Jun 21 11:25

Radical Ilhan Omar Denies Schools Are Teaching Critical Race Theory

Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) denied Saturday that schools are teaching Critical Race Theory (CRT).

“Republicans love to create outrage over things that aren’t actually happening. People should be asking them, what elementary, middle and high school is teaching Critical Race Theory and why they are spinning false narratives,” she tweeted.

Jun 21 11:25

Sen. Portman: 11 GOP Senators ‘Absolutely Committed’ to Infrastructure Deal — It Helps Biden Keep Pledge

Senator Rob Portman (R-OH) said Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press” that the 11 Republican senators working on an infrastructure deal are “absolutely committed to it.”

Anchor Chuck Todd said, “There are many Democratic activists whispering in the administration’s ear. You think you have 11 Republicans, and the deal dies, or this is being dragged back. How committed is this group of 11 Republicans to sticking by this bill even if Mitch McConnell says he can’t vote for it?”

Jun 21 11:24

Downtown Chicago emerges from pandemic -- hobbled by crime wave

Businesses in downtown Chicago that survived the pandemic-related economic slump and two spasms of looting last summer should be ecstatic with Monday's reopening of America's third-largest city.

Yet, many are batting a new hardship -- a surge in crime that is keeping customers, and their money, away.

"I've never felt more unsafe than I do now," said Steve Burrows, a 48-year-old attorney who has called Chicago home his entire life. "I work downtown so I'm here every day during the day but I won't come down here at night or on the weekend."

If people like Burrows, suburbanites and the millions of tourists who normally visit the lakefront city stay away, Chicago businesses will feel the impact as many are still trying to emerge from the tumult of the last 16 months.

Jun 21 11:24

Cristiano Ronaldo's $4 Billion Coca-Cola Snub Highlights Sports Influencer Risks

Cristiano Ronaldo sent shockwaves across the beverage industry and the football world this week when, at a press conference in Monday, he took two bottles of Coca-Cola sitting in front of him and placed them aside in favor of a bottle of water.

The gesture - which would be deemed perfunctory and meaningless almost anywhere else in the world - sent shares of Coca-Cola plunging later in the week. The company lost about $4 billion from its valuation in the sell off.

The incident not only echoed throughout the sports and beverage worlds, but was then covered extensively by international media.

Ronaldo's snub of Coca-Cola highlighted the "flipside of the rise of sports influencers", according to a new Bloomberg Op-Ed. Ronaldo's seemingly meaningless gesture showed how "individual star power, amplified by huge social media followings, can upend partnerships that companies have struck with teams and events," author Andrea Felsted wrote this week.

Jun 21 11:23

Judiciary Delays Chipman Vote; 2A Activists Flood Capitol Switchboards

The Senate Judiciary Committee has delayed voting on the nomination of retired federal agent-turned-gun control advocate David Chipman one week, until Thursday, June 24, and during that time, grassroots Second Amendment activists are expected to be flooding Capitol Hill with messages of opposition.

“Between now and next Thursday,” suggested Jason Ouimet, executive director of the National Rifle Association’s Institute for Legislative Action, “(gun owners) ought to be contacting their Senators. They don’t want a partisan person like David Chipman running ATF.”

Ouimet spoke with AmmoLand News via telephone, expressing alarm that a nominee with Chipman’s background would be considered for the job of running the government’s Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. NRA has opposed the Chipman nomination from the beginning, stating, “Chipman has a long history of gun control advocacy that disqualifies him from leading the agency charged with enforcing federal gun laws.”

Jun 21 11:22

Georgia Nursing Student Wakes Up To Find The $20 He Invested In Rocket Bunny Cryptocurrency Exploded In Value To $1,189,313,417,915.16 Overnight After Coinbase Glitch

A nursing student in Georgia woke up to find the $20 he invested in the cryptocurrency Rocket Bunny exploded in value to over $1trillion due to a glitch in the Coinbase app - but sadly he won't be able to cash in.

Jun 21 11:19

Gov SUS (Picture)

Jun 21 11:17

Every frickin time (Cartoon)

Jun 21 11:16

Biden set to STOP the expulsion of migrant families by July 31: White House in talks to reverse Trump order that sent border crossers back to Mexico under COVID protocols

The White House is considering ending a border policy signed under Donald Trump that allowed migrant families to be sent back to Mexico after they crossed into the U.S., according to a report on Sunday.

Jun 21 11:10

THE UK GOVERNMENT SAYS IT WILL DENY MEDICAL CARE TO ANYONE WHO REFUSES TO SUBMIT TO JAB

Jun 21 11:09

Emergency Shutdown Reported at Iran's Bushehr Nuclear Power Plant

The only nuclear power plant in Iran was temporarily shut down for technical reasons on Saturday. It is expected to resume full operation in a few days.

Iran's Bushehr nuclear plant has been temporarily shut down in order to undergo a "technical overhaul", Iranian state TV said on Sunday.

The emergency shutdown began on Saturday and is expected to last for "three to four days", according to Gholamali Rakhshanimehr, an official from the state electric energy company.

The shutdown could result in power outages, the official warned, but did not provide any more details.

According to reports by Press TV, the plant was shut down three days ago, which led to a 1,000 MW power shortage.

This is the first time the plant is reported to have undergone an emergency shutdown.

Jun 21 11:08

City Mayor Blasted For Labeling Pride Accident in Florida 'Terrorist Attack'

A pride march in Wilton Manors, Florida, was canceled after a deadly incident occurring at the beginning, when a man drove a truck into a crowd of celebrants, killing one person and injuring another.

The mayor of the Florida city of Fort Lauderdale, Dean J. Trantalis, who was among the first to react to the Saturday incident at a pride march in Wilton Manors, issued a statement on Sunday in which he changed his previous estimation of what happened, from "terrorist attack against LGBTQ community" to "an accident".

"I was an eyewitness to the horrifying events", Trantalis stated. "It terrorized me and all around me. [...] I feared it could be intentional based on what I saw from mere feet away. Law enforcement took what appeared obvious to me and others nearby and investigated further - as is their job. As the facts continue to be pieced together, a picture is emerging of an accident in which a truck careened out of control."

Jun 21 11:08

US investors boost cash flows into Russia despite sanctions

Investments by American businessmen in Russia have increased during the sanctions period, according to Valery Garbuzov, director of the Institute for the United States and Canada of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

“Whole industries and large enterprises in key sectors of the Russian economy have been slapped with sanctions… So, American investors stopped investing in those sanctioned industries and started searching for other opportunities. As a result, American investments in Russia during the period increased because… the American business aims at obtaining superprofit,” Garbuzov said on Thursday at a discussion at the Izvestia Information Center during the Russia-US summit which took place on June 16 in Geneva, Switzerland.

Russian President Vladimir Putin, who met with his American counterpart Joe Biden on Wednesday, told a press conference later that if after the summit Washington imposes sanctions, it will be another missed opportunity in relations.

Jun 21 11:07

Tara Reade: I told my story, but there are countless others too afraid of the Democrat protection machine to come forward

It takes courage to come forward about the abuse you suffered at the hands of someone who is, arguably, the most powerful man in the world. Some never do – and in fact, we will likely never know the real number of victims like me.
“I told my story, my love, so that you could tell yours.” Ophelia, by Semi Chellas

I was silent for a very long time. I had a child to raise alone after my divorce in a culture that creates many obstacles for women under the best circumstances. In 2019, my daughter was an adult. Seven women came forward that year about Joe Biden’s inappropriateness and unwanted touching. The press immediately couched their revelations with an emphasis on those touches being “nonsexual.”

Jun 21 11:06

‘Democracy is dead’: Time-traveling Katy Perry & Orlando Bloom star in ‘cringe’ pro-Democrat political ad to conservative mockery

Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom have been mocked by conservatives for a hammed-up political ad warning America that democracy will be “dead” in the future unless they support some Democrat-pushed voting bills.

Released on Thursday, the ad stars Perry and Bloom as a pair of ragtag freedom fighters living under a presumably Republican dictatorship in the year 2055. In a message beamed back to the present day, they warn that “democracy is dead” in the future, and that “the regime watches our every move.”

Jun 21 11:05

Graham slams ‘biggest power grab in US history’

US Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham has slammed a Democratic-backed election reform bill “the biggest power grab in the history” of the United States.

The GOP lawmaker was referring to the “For the People Act,” when he made the comments on Fox News Sunday.

"In my view, S.R. 1 is the biggest power grab in the history of the country,” the South Carolina senator said. “It mandates ballot harvesting, no voter ID. It does away with the states being able to redistrict when you have population shifts. It's just a bad idea, and it's a problem that most Republicans are not going to sign — they’re trying to fix a problem most Republicans have a different view of.”

He added that he would not endorse the compromise offered by Virginia Democratic Joe Manchin.

Jun 21 11:05

Report: Israel forcing Palestinians in Silwan neighborhood of al-Quds to raze their homes

Israeli authorities have planned to force 1,500 Palestinian families to tear down their own homes in Silwan neighborhood of East Jerusalem al-Quds, as the Tel Aviv regimes presses ahead with its land expropriation and home demolition policies in the occupied Palestinian territories.

Sarah Abdallah, a Lebanese activist and commentator made the revelation in a post on her Twitter account on Sunday.

“Some 1,500 Palestinians in Silwan are being ordered by Israel to demolish their OWN HOMES or they’ll have to pay for them to be demolished,” the activist said, adding that the plan is aimed to make way for Israeli settlers to “build a park on the rubble of their houses.”

Jun 21 11:05

Rocket targets Iraqi base hosting occupying US troops: Security source

A rocket attack has reportedly hit an air base hosting the occupying US troops in Iraq’s western province of Anbar, the latest in a series of assaults that have targeted American occupation forces in the Arab country over the past few months.

An unnamed security force said a Katyusha rocket had landed at the Ain al-Asad Air Base, located about 160 kilometers (100 miles) west of the capital Baghdad, on Sunday, without causing casualties.

No group has claimed responsibility for the attack yet and there has been no immediate report on any possible damage.

The latest raid comes ten days after the United States said it was offering a reward of up to $3 million for information on attacks against Americans in Iraq, the source added.

Jun 21 11:04

President-elect: US must return to nuclear deal with Iran, fulfill its commitments under accord

Iran’s President-elect Ebrahim Raeisi says the United States must return to full compliance with the 2015 landmark nuclear deal with Iran, officially known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), and fulfill its commitments as per the accord.

Raeisi made the remarks during his first press briefing attended by representatives of domestic and foreign media outlets on Monday, following his election as Iran’s next president.

Asked what message he had for the United States and Europe, Iran’s president-elect said, “I emphatically urge the United States to return to the JCPOA and comply with its commitment. The Iranian people expect you to abide by your obligations.”

“European countries and the United States must look and see what they have done to the JCPOA. The United States violated the JCPOA while European countries [who were parties to the JCPOA] failed to comply with their obligations,” Raeisi said.

Jun 21 11:03

'The magic's too expensive': Disney is 'pricing out loyal customers' by targeting more affluent families with $800 hotel rooms and $100 sandwiches despite having no fireworks or parades since COVID

Disney has been accused of pricing out loyal customers by targeting affluent families with $800 hotel rooms and $100 sandwiches at its theme parks, despite having scaled back its 'magic' since the pandemic began.

A family vacation to Disneyland - once the pinnacle of summertime for middle-class American families - will today set a family of four back more than $6,000.

With the average annual income now standing at $5,725 a month, this means a visit to the so-called 'happiest place on earth' is increasingly out of reach to the average American family.

Jun 21 11:03

The Roman Empire Depended Upon Slavery

Slavery in the ancient world, not to mention in the city of Rome itself, was vital to both the economy and even the social fabric of society.

Whilst it was commonplace throughout the Mediterranean region, and the Hellenistic regions in the east, it was not nearly so vital to others as it was to the dominance of Rome.

As the Romans consolidated their hegemony of Italy and Sicily, followed by the systematic conquest of western Europe, countless millions of slaves were transported to Rome, the Italian countryside and Latin colonies all over Europe.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I'll bet those slaves' descendants never get reparations. After all, they're white!

Jun 21 11:02

94% Of Americans Oppose Big Pharma's Control Over Global Vaccine Supply: Poll

A new poll released Friday found that a whopping 94% of adults in the US do not want pharmaceutical corporations to control the global supply of Covid-19 vaccines, lending additional support to international demands for achieving universal access to inoculation through more knowledge sharing, technology transfer, and public production of doses.

That 94% figure includes respondents who expressed no preference, and it revealed a strong bipartisan consensus, with 96% of Biden voters and 92% of Trump voters in agreement. The online survey was conducted by YouGov between June 9-10 on behalf of the Medicine Equality Now! campaign, which seeks to dismantle the intellectual property (IP) barriers that cause millions of unnecessary deaths per year by undermining equal access to lifesaving medicines.

Jun 21 11:01

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