"I have ever deemed it fundamental for the United States never to take active part in the quarrels of Europe. Their political interests are entirely distinct from ours. Their mutual jealousies, their balance of power, their complicated alliances, their forms and principles of government, are all foreign to us. They are nations of eternal war." -- Thomas Jefferson

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It has been three months since Disney announced changes to disability access for guests at its theme parks, and now some disabled guests are demanding action.

The changes went into effect May 20 at Walt Disney World in Florida and June 18 at California's Disneyland. Disability Access Service (DAS) is a free service that allows those with disabilities to get a return time for attractions rather than wait in a standard line. 

It used to be much easier for guests to get DAS accommodation, but now, those who previously enjoyed the greater accessibility are being left out.

"I was recently denied the Disability Access Services here at Disneyland," Charisma Mangahas, a 25-year-old Disneyland annual passholder diagnosed with Guillain-Barré syndrome in 2018, said in a June 27 TikTok video that has gotten more than 1.7 million views. 

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Condemned USA founder Treniss Evans took a stand for justice by filing a lawsuit in federal court against the State of New York, Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, and Judge Juan Merchan.

Evans, a steadfast advocate for constitutional rights, lodged his suit on May 10, just as the closing arguments were being made in the highly contentious Trump case.

This case, prosecuted by Michael Colangelo—who notably stepped down from his prominent position as the third-ranking official at the Department of Justice to spearhead this effort—has been widely criticized for its apparent political motivations.

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A federal judge has ruled that Ohio’s strict voter ID law, which includes a photo provision, is constitutional and has rejected a challenge to it.

The ruling tossed out a complaint filed by a Democratic law firm challenging provisions including a photo ID, “drop box restrictions, and tightened deadlines related to absentee and provisional ballots.”

In his ruling, U.S. District Judge Donald Nugent, a Clinton appointee, found that the Ohio photo ID requirement, in particular, “imposes no more than a minimal burden, if any, for the vast majority of voters.”

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Netizens took note of Elon Musk's direct attack on Vice President Kamala Harris on X (formerly known as Twitter). The Tesla founder's tweet slammed the Vice President for her remarks against former President Donald Trump on the abortion ban. The scathing attack by Musk on Harris soon became viral. Harris had tweeted, "Donald Trump would ban abortion nationwide. President @JoeBiden and I would do everything in our power to stop him and restore women's reproductive freedom." The tweet was followed by a flag that noted, "President Trump has repeatedly said he will not sign a national abortion ban." 

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President Joe Biden’s son, convicted felon Hunter Biden, is now reportedly acting as the official gatekeeper for access to his father as Biden’s family moves to save his presidency following his disastrous debate performance against former President Donald Trump.

Axios reported that Hunter Biden, a drug addict who faces additional criminal trials and remains under investigation, has turned into his father’s “de facto gatekeeper for longtime friends.”

The news comes after NBC News reported last week that Hunter Biden was attending official White House meetings as the family seeks to grab the reins of power away from advisers who they feel have damaged the president and whom they suspect of leaking to the media.

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Marc Elias, the Democrat lawyer behind the Russia collusion hoax in 2016 and the push for vote-by-mail in 2020, is backing a “secretive local media network” in Arizona whose purpose is to boost Democratic candidates on social media.

As Breitbart News has noted:

Elias runs the so-called “Democracy Docket,” suing on behalf of Democrats and claiming to defend “democracy” in doing so. He played a key role in planting the “Russia collusion” hoax, which sought to undermine the results of the 2016 presidential election. He was also instrumental in suing states to change their voting laws ahead of the 2020 presidential election to enable mass vote-by-mail, a tactic that was crucial to Democratic turnout in swing states.

President Joe Biden’s reelection campaign split with Elias in 2023, who also had left his former law firm, Perkins Coie, amid investigations into the origins of the “Russia collusion” hoax. But he continues to support Democrats.

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There is something very suspicious going on with French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife. For as long as Macron has been in politics, rumors and suspicion have swirled around his wife and the question of whether she used to be a man, specifically her alleged brother. That’s certainly what online commentator Candace Owens believes, and she even made a $100,000 bet with Piers Morgan over the issue.
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Last week, U.S. District Court Judge Richard Young temporarily blocked enforcement of a new Indiana law requiring porn sites to implement age verification services. 

Young, who has a history of activism from the bench, ruled that the law was “likely unconstitutional” after a lawsuit was brought against the Indiana attorney general by the Free Speech Coalition and several pornography lobbyists. Though several courts have already given the green light to similar regulations — and the Supreme Court has declined to block them — Indiana must now wait for a full review of Senate Enrolled Act 17 by a higher court.

If an adult website consists of more than one-third “material harmful to minors,” or pornography, the bill requires them to institute an age verification method such as a “mobile credential,” or scan of a driver’s license or other form of ID; an “independent third party age verification service” that compares identifying information entered by the individual with a commercial database; or any other commercially reasonable method that “relies on public or private transactional data,” such as what can be provided by a credit card.

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House Democrats launched a united effort to vote against a Republican-backed election bill that would require voters provide proof of citizenship to cast ballots in federal elections. 

Republicans are pushing the passage of the Safeguard American Voter Eligibility Act, otherwise known as the SAVE Act, which would amend the National Voter Registration Act, and require states to obtain proof of citizenship from voters for federal elections, as well as purge noncitizens from voter rolls. 

Democratic leadership is urging its House members to vote against the bill in the lead-up to the vote, saying it would place "an extreme burden [on] countless Americans" in order to vote. 

Webmaster addition: "You mean we brought in all those illegal immigrants for nothing!" -- Official White Horse Souse

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Actress Bette Midler has urged President Joe Biden to arrest House Republicans and execute Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan from office.

In response to this week’s Supreme Court ruling granting Donald Trump immunity for his official actions while in office, Midler, along with many others on the left, expressed their frustration openly.

“Now that Joe has total immunity, many are urging him to be GOP ruthless,” Midler wrote. “Here’s a suggestion for implementing his new powers,” she wrote on X.

Webmaster addition: Bette, like most liberals, ignores the actual facts. The Supreme Court ruled Presidents have immunity for their official acts. Arbitrarily executing political enemies is not an official duty of the President!

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It is far easier and more lucrative to hype “the future” than it is to actually build it.
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The Federal Reserve is Running on Empty. ‘What passes for central banking today is really a perverse form of Wall Street-pleasing monetary manipulation. It employs the vocabulary of central banking, but in practice it fundamentally undermines main street prosperity, even as it showers the 1% (the top wealthiest people) with unspeakable financial windfalls. Stated differently, virtually everything the Fed does for the alleged benefit of the American economy is both unnecessary and a ruse. The Fed has actually become a captive of the Wall Street traders, gamblers and high rollers, and functions mainly at their behest.
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2024 has already exceeded last year’s gaming layoffs — and at twice the pace More developers are pessimistic on the market and see a lack of understanding from investors as the biggest culprit Live services are integral to bottom lines and have informed recent M&A deals, but they come with unrealistic expectations
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President Joe Biden's future as in the 2024 race could be decided this week as Democrats return to Washington for the first time since his disastrous debate sparked calls for him to step aside.

The 81-year-old's party faces the brutal questions of whether he is up for the job and whether he is capable of beating Donald Trump in November.

On Monday morning, he sent a letter to Democrats saying he will stay in the race 'until the end', and insisted he is still the man to beat Trump.

Meanwhile Jill Biden and Kamala Harris - who would likely be the candidate if Joe drops out - are campaigning and mounting a furious defense. 

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The president of the National Education Association has been widely mocked for an 'totally unhinged' speech that resembled a hilarious scene from The Office.

Becky Pringle gave an impassioned monologue on Thursday in Philadelphia about the future of education, calling for widespread changes to make the system more equal.

But viewers were distracted by her outlandish gestures and emphasis. 

Pringle banged her fists on the podium and waved them in the air as she repeatedly shouted that the NEA has to win 'all the things' to help 'every student'. 

Clips of the speech went viral with many comparing it to a scene in the hit sitcom The Office where Dwight Schrute appears at a paper salesmen convention and delivers a wild address based on Italian dictator Benito Mussolini's old speeches. 

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The White House has made a major error with Vice President Kamala Harris as Democrats struggle to find an alternative for President Joe Biden following his abysmal debate performance.

Several Democrats - including Rep. James Clyburn, of South Carolina, and Sen. Laphonza Butler, of California - have suggested that the 59-year-old vice president is best suited to take on Trump in the general election if Biden agrees to step down.

Tim Ryan, a former congressman from Ohio, has even called on the 81-year-old commander-in-chief to 'rip the Bandaid off' and promote Harris immediately.

But in the four years since Biden took office, his administration has done very little to promote Harris and properly prepare her to lead the United States, according to The Atlantic.

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US President Joe Biden has been displaying worrying signs of “accelerated aging” in recent months and these changes shocked European leaders who met him at the Group of Seven (G7) summit in Italy last month, the Washington Post reported on Friday. The outlet cited 21 people who spoke on condition of anonymity.

Longstanding concerns over Biden’s health came into focus following what was widely perceived as a disastrous performance in his first debate with Republican rival Donald Trump last week. While the Biden camp claimed the president had caught a cold, his performance reportedly panicked Democratic officials and donors, with some even suggesting he needed to be replaced as the party’s candidate for the November election.

According to the Post, numerous aides, foreign officials, donors and members of Congress say the president has “slowed considerably.” They pointed to how he moves more slowly, speaks more softly and loses his train of thought more often.

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Pezeshkian secured a decisive victory, garnering 53.7% of the vote in the second round of the snap election. He outpaced conservative candidate Saeed Jalili, who garnered over 13.5 million votes, by a substantial margin of over 3 million votes.

While Pezeshkian has personally stated that he does not align himself with any political party and therefore does not consider himself a reformist, all prominent figures and politicians who supported him during his campaign were predominantly from the reformist camp. Additionally, his expressed views often mirror those of previous reformist leaders.

Pezeshkian, who also secured the highest number of votes during the first round of the presidential race, emerged victorious despite being the only reformist-affiliated candidate approved by the Guardian Council to compete in the election. His supporters erupted in celebration across the streets around midnight, as he managed to establish a lead over Jalili since the very beginning of vote counting.

In this article, we will be taking a look at the 69-year-old’s life and rise to power. 

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Webmaster addition: Another example of our decaying infrastructure. And the Hurricane is likely to make things worse!

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A German woman has been sentenced to serve a longer jail sentence for “hate speech” than a violent gang rapist she “offended” by making “hateful” remarks.

20-year-old Maja R. was found guilty of “hate crimes” after she called a convicted child rapist a “disgraceful rapist pig.”

She was jailed for a weekend after she was found guilty of defaming the man.

The man who was “offended” by the remarks was one of nine migrant attackers who had gang-raped a 15-year-old girl in a Hamburg park four years earlier, according to reports.

The migrant had only been given a suspended sentence and served no time in prison due to his age, the New Zealand Herald reported.

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California bureaucrats have admitted that the Democrat-controlled state’s data for job gains in 2023 had been fabricated.

In the past year, Democrat President Joe Biden’s administration has repeatedly been accused of faking U.S. labor market data to make the “Bidenomics” economy appear stronger than it is.

However, due to a quirk of Biden’s Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) data revision reporting, the American people won’t have definitive proof of just how bad the real job market has been in recent years.

The real figures won’t be revealed until some time in 2025, well into President Donald Trump’s likely second administration.

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Democrat President Joe Biden’s recent climate mandates will cause the cost of living to soar and leave most Americans facing widespread rolling blackouts, a new study has revealed.

The study was published by the North Dakota Transmission Authority (NDTA) and is raising major concerns about the Democrats’ radical climate agenda.

In order for the United States to comply with the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) “Net Zero” targets, American taxpayers are likely to face rolling blackouts and heavy costs.

However, the measures to company with these goals have already been put in place due to the Biden administration’s recent climate mandates.

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Disturbing new data has revealed that the number of people being killed by euthanasia is soaring among the Covid-vaccinated as many struggle to cope with injuries caused by the mRNA injections.

The news comes amid growing concerns that euthanasia, or “assisted suicide,” is being “mainstreamed,” especially in Canada and “progressive” European nations.

Burdensome citizens are now being killed off by the state in nations that have socialized “healthcare” systems.

All the countries that now have liberal euthanasia laws all followed a similar pattern.

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Alarming official government statistics have revealed that children who received Covid mRNA shots are at a massively elevated risk of dying.

The shocking figures were revealed in a UK government report which quietly confirmed that the Covid injections have been killing children at an unprecedented rate.

The admission was buried in an official report compiled using data from the UK government’s Office for National Statistics (ONS).

The data shows that children who received the shots are 4423%/45x more likely to die of any cause than unvaccinated children.

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A 46-year-old devout Christian social worker in the U.K., Felix Ngole, has described an employment tribunal ruling as setting a “dangerous precedent for Christians” by upholding his employer’s decision not to reinstate him after being denied a position over his biblical views on homosexuality.

The tribunal, presided over by Employment Judge Jonathan Brain, acknowledged that Ngole had been directly discriminated against when Touchstone Leeds, an NHS recruiter, withdrew the initial job offer, said the group Christian Concern, whose legal arm Christian Legal Centre supported Ngole.

However, the tribunal rejected Ngole’s claims of indirect discrimination and harassment during the subsequent procedures, including a second interview designed to probe his beliefs further, the group added.

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Saudi Arabia's foreign minister is calling for sanctions to be imposed on Israeli officials over their country's violations of international law in Gaza.

Speaking at the 'Wars and shadow wars: What are Europe's options in the Middle East?' panel at the European Council on Foreign Relations meeting in Madrid, Prince Faisal bin Farhan stressed how the "basic principles" of international humanitarian law are being broken every day in Gaza.

He said it would be "very easy" for Europe to hold Israel to account, as more than 38,000 Palestinians are killed in Gaza.

"It would be very easy for Europe, in desire, to focus on humanitarian issues, to, at the very least, hold Israel accountable when it comes to whether or not it lives up to its responsibilities to allowing the civilian population of Gaza to have access to humanitarian needs," Farhan said.

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Watch as Charlie Kirk and Hasan Piker go head-to-head in an epic debate that sparks a heated fight in the crowd. See the drama unfold and check out the reactions to this intense showdown!

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For decades, we have been told a lie, a lie that has led to the deaths of hundreds of thousands of Americans and the weakening of the immune systems of tens of millions more.

This lie is called fluoridation.

A process we were led to believe was a safe and effective method of protecting teeth from decay is in fact a fraud. For decades it’s been shown that fluoridation is neither essential for good health nor protective of teeth. What it does is poison the body. Therefore we should all be asking how and why public health policy and the American media continue to perpetuate this scientific sham. Despite the growing consensus in the medical literature about fluoride’s dangers and decades of denial within the federal health establishment to take any notable action, this is not the case for another class of pervasive toxic substances commonly known as “forever chemicals.”

Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), often referred to as “forever chemicals,” are synthetic chemicals that have increasingly raised alarming concerns due to their persistence in the environment and common everyday products and their adverse effects on human health.  These chemicals are characterized by strong carbon-fluorine bonds, which are among the strongest bonds in organic chemistry. This unique chemical structure makes PFAS highly resistant to natural processes that typically break down other substances, such as microbial degradation, photolysis (breakdown by light), and hydrolysis (breakdown by water). The strong carbon-fluorine bonds make PFAS resistant to metabolic breakdown. The body’s natural detoxification processes, which can effectively eliminate other chemicals, are not as effective against PFAS. They can bind to serum albumin in the blood, which prevents them from being easily filtered out by the kidneys and excreted in urine. Finally, PFAS bio-accumulate, meaning their concentration can increase over time in the tissues of living organisms. Continuous exposure through contaminated water, food, and consumer products thereby leads to higher concentrations in the body.

For this reason PFAS are referred to as “forever” because of their ability to persist in the environment for decades if not centuries. Moreover, due to their high solubility, forever chemicals can migrate long distances through water systems from their original source and ultimately contaminate drinking water supplies

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