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On Tuesday, Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-WA), presented the "Transgender Bill of Rights" to Congress, which attempts to make health care about gender transitioning easier to access, enable people to play on sports that align with their gender identity rather than biology, as well as codify Roe v Wade.
The bill mentions the 2020 Supreme Court decision of Bostock v Clayton County, which includes sexual orientation and gender identity under protections from discrimination, with a press release from Jayapal noting that the bill comes both after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v Wade, and further on the 53rd anniversary of the Stonewall Riots in New York City.
Airlines that have poorly stumbled over the last two holidays are facing their most significant test yet of whether they can handle big crowds when July Fourth travelers mob the country's airports this weekend - and the answer seems to be no.
Problems were popping up well before the weekend, with many disruptions caused by thunderstorms that slowed air traffic. But as Saturday came it was apparent that weather was not the only problem facing air travel - from a work slow down from Delta pilots to incomplete flight crews caused hundreds of flights to be cancelled and thousands delayed.
American Airlines canceled 8% of its flights on Tuesday and Wednesday, and United Airlines cleaned 4% of its schedule on both days, according to FlightAware.
Actor Alec Baldwin made, what many considered to be, a threat to a Twitter user after he tweeted about the shooting death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the set of his movie “Rust.”
It happened after the actor tweeted about testimony during the January 6 Committee hearings.
“Trump tried to choke a Secret Service agent. I mean…what more do you need?” the actor said.
“Better than shooting you cinematographer,” the Twitter user responded.
Gas prices today are down a bit from the all-time record highs in June.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro sat for an exclusive interview to Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson earlier this week. The interview took place at the official residence of the Brazilian president.
The very threatening Patriot Front group, that likes to march in formation in khaki pants and ride in Uhaul trucks together were seen marching in Boston today.
Two families have filed a wrongful death lawsuits against the Chinese social media giant TikTok.
United Parcel Service (UPS) is reportedly terminating the accounts of gun sellers across the country, stating any ‘ghost firearms’ shipment detected in UPS may be confiscated and destroyed.
Once mediocre NBA player, failed CNN host and left-wing social media fabulist Rex Chapman is being blasted for a racist tirade against U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas that he began posting on Twitter on Thursday.
This week, former shock jock and current establishment mouthpiece Howard Stern announced on his Sirius XM radio program that he could potentially enter the political fray and run for President in 2024.
In 2018 during his speech to the UN General Assembly President Donald Trump lodged a warning to Germany about their country’s reliance on Russian energy.
With all of the money laundering schemes currently in the works – ‘stimulus’ money, billions in aid to Ukraine, executive orders for… solar panels, endless money for experimental vaccines, etc. – it seems as if the powers at be are literally ‘cashing out’ while they can as they burn the economy down in preparation for the great reset.
With the planned economic collapse currently in full swing, countless Americans are facing the prospect of losing their jobs as companies drastically scale back their workforces in an effort to remain afloat.
Florida – A Cape Coral mother this week was found guilty of starving her 18-month old son to death after she fed him only raw fruits and vegetables.
The U.S. Navy and Air Force research laboratories are wrapping up a five-year joint effort to advance high-power microwave technology this summer with two months of testing in California.
The High-Powered Joint Electromagnetic Non-Kinetic Strike Weapon, known as HiJENKS, uses microwave technology to disable an adversary’s electronic systems. The Air Force Research Laboratory and the Office of Naval Research are conducting the capstone tests at Naval Air Station China Lake.
On June 15, the White House issued an executive order promoting the expansion of gender-affirming services, including for children and teenagers. The order represents the Biden administration's latest effort to expand legal protections based on sexual orientation and "gender identity."
While sexual orientation is widely acknowledged and respected, the concept of "gender identity" remains novel and highly contentious. Dissenters, including many feminists, argue that allowing people to identify into whichever sex category they choose carries negative consequences—particularly for women and children's rights.
Biden's executive order seeks to "promote expanded access to comprehensive health care for LGBTQI+ individuals, including by working with States on expanding access to gender-affirming care." When it comes to sex and gender issues, the "gender-affirming" model argues that health care professionals must not question, challenge or even explore ideas or alternatives with patients who identify with the opposite sex. Therapists are simply tasked with affirming patients' rejection of their biological sex, forbidden from questioning the underlying reasons behind these feelings.
The federal government's decree that this model is the only way to deal with cross-sex identification raises important questions about the medicalization of youth who desperately want to escape their bodies, and the freedom of professionals whose first commitment is to do no harm.
The US Supreme Court last week overturned the right of a woman to take the private decision to terminate a pregnancy.
What had been a constitutionally settled right for 50 years, was abrogated by the stroke of a pen. This followed decades of relentless work by right-wing anti-abortion groups, including top lawmakers, to erode rights to healthcare and control over one’s body, family and future.
Indeed, the same court could decide to prevent consumers, companies, publications and state contractors from exercising their right to engage in political boycotts – a right that has been recognized by that court for decades.
Attributed to Pentagon Press Secretary Todd Breasseale:
This afternoon, the Department of Defense (DoD) announced $820 million in additional security assistance for Ukraine. This includes an authorization of a Presidential Drawdown of security assistance valued at up to $50 million, as well as $770 million in Ukraine Security Assistance Initiative (USAI) funds.
The PDA authorization is the fourteenth drawdown of equipment from DoD inventories for Ukraine that the Biden Administration has authorized since August 2021. Capabilities in this package include:
- Additional ammunition for High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems (HIMARS).
Under USAI, the DoD will provide Ukraine with critical capabilities to defend against Russian aggression. Included in this package are:
- Two National Advanced Surface-to-Air Missile Systems (NASAMS);
- Up to 150,000 rounds of 155mm artillery ammunition; and
- Four additional counter-artillery radars.
The current price for a gallon of regular gas in the United States hit $4.84 on Friday before the 4th of July Weekend.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) raised the alarm over a mysterious listeria outbreak that has sickened dozens of people across the country.