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Posted on: Oct 23, 2023
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An elderly New England man who lived a humble lifestyle and passed away at 82 years old posthumously shocked his small town of Hinsdale, New Hampshire, by reportedly leaving it millions of dollars in his will.
The U.S. Air Force sent out a letter telling an airman booted from the service over the now-rescinded COVID-19 vaccine mandate of an opportunity to rejoin the service, mirroring similar letters sent to former Army service members, according to a copy of one Air Force letter obtained by the Daily Caller News Foundation.
In an unprecedented development, the Federal Reserve’s urgent crisis escalates as its decade-long bond-buying spree, valued at $7.7 trillion, reveals a shocking loss, with unrealized losses on the balance sheet surpassing $1.3 trillion for the first time ever.
The former Democrat Mayor of College Park, Maryland, Patrick Wojahn, has been handed a 30-year prison sentence after pleading guilty to charges related to the possession and distribution of child sexual abuse material.
Missouri Republican Attorney General Andrew Bailey said Sunday that he was looking into accusations that leftist outlet Media Matters for America intentionally misled readers about X to pressure advertisers to pull support from the social media platform.
“Two years ago, my unit deployed to Afghanistan for the Afghanistan withdrawal. We spent a few weeks over there. It was hectic, it was chaotic, it was disgusting, and it made me very disappointed in our government. Today, I’m reminded of how disappointed I am in our government,” he continued before making a shocking revelation.
Upon turning in his gear, he was presented with a hefty bill for equipment he was ordered to leave in Afghanistan a little more than two years ago. “Because as the last two birds were sitting on the tarmac ready to leave, there wasn’t any room for extra gear or extra weight. Therefore, we were told to leave it. Some lower enlisted dudes, including myself, were like ‘no, this stuff is expensive I’m not leaving this. I’m gonna get charged for this when it comes time to leave,'” he explained.
Soldiers were assured that they would not be charged for the equipment, though this has proven to be an empty promise, the veteran claimed.
You are feted by Washington’s most celebrated and powerful and featured as Time magazine’s Man of the Year. You return home in triumph bearing pledges of tens of billions of dollars in support for your war against a feared and hated invader. But a year later, everything looks a lot different with all the backslappers and glad handers curiously unwilling to get together to talk strategy. You are angry and show it, leaving with little more than a lot of promises that you know to be empty. When you get home, you realize that the end is coming. What a difference a year makes Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky!
The Harvard CAPS-Harris Poll survey of 2,851 registered voters, released Monday, found that 60% believe “Joe Biden helped and participated in Hunter Biden’s business,” while 40% responded that they don’t think the 81-year-old president had any involvement.
“While the news has pivoted to other topics, voters remain concerned about Hunter Biden and how involved President Biden was in his business,” Harris Poll Chairman Mark Penn said in a statement to the Hill.