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"The committee believes, on the basis of evidence presented to it, that President John F. Kennedy was probably assassinated as the result of a conspiracy. The committee is unable to identify the other gunmen or the extent of the conspiracy" -- House Select Committee on JFK's assassination after determining that a shot has come from the Grassy Knoll (1976)
French President Emmanuel Macron has been labelled 'out of touch' after he was seen removing a luxury watch during a defence of his pension reforms.
Violent protests have taken place across France this week after Mr Macron forced through a change in the retirement age from 62 to 64.
The president was initially seen wearing his watch during an interview about the reforms, but he soon put his hands under the table after a loud noise.
The scene of Israeli diplomat Sharon Bar-Li, along with other Israeli delegates, being escorted out of the opening ceremony of the African Union summit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, last month was historic. The very moment that was meant to crown 20 years of Israeli diplomacy in Africa turned, in a few seconds, into a representation of Tel Aviv’s failure on the continent.
Unable to fathom the breakdown of its diplomatic and political efforts, Israel responded to Bar-Li’s removal by waging a war of words against African countries, accusing them of spearheading a campaign aimed at blocking Israel’s observer status. Referring to a “small number of extremist states like South Africa and Algeria,” a spokesperson for the Israeli Foreign Ministry alluded to a plot, supposedly hatched by Iran and carried out by African governments that are “driven by hate” for Israel.
Pennsylvania Democrat Sen. John Fetterman’s office released a statement on Thursday on his health as he remains hospitalized. The Democrats team said he’s “doing well” and is “expected” to return to the Senate chamber soon after being absent for nearly five weeks after he sought inpatient treatment for clinical depression.
“Fetterman, 53, was weeks into his service in Washington and still recovering from the aftereffects of the stroke he had last May during his campaign when he checked himself into Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on Feb. 15,” the Associated Press reported. “Aides said at the time that Fetterman had not been his usual self for weeks. He was withdrawn, showing disinterest in talking, eating, and the usual banter with aides. Post-stroke depression is common and treatable, doctors say.”
A group of Republicans in the House of Representatives are sending a letter to President Biden demanding an investigation into the Chinese Communist Party's position in the recently-collapsed Silicon Valley Bank.
The GOP lawmakers are seeking to clarify how federal efforts to restructure the bank could benefit CCP-backed companies with taxpayer funds, according to the letter obtained by Fox News Digital on Saturday.
"According to a recent report, a subsidiary branch of the Silicon Valley Bank, the SPD Silicon Valley Bank (SSVB) was a 50-50 joint venture between the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) state-owned Shanghai Pudong Development Bank and SVB Financial," the letter reads.
On March 17th, the International Criminal Court in Hague issued an arrest warrant for Vladimir Putin based on his so-called “war crimes.” This is the same criminal court that ignored Reiner Fuellmich’s open and shut case presenting all the evidence against the elites’ global conspiracy to commit a fake COVID pandemic to sinisterly induce panic in the world population in order to premeditatedly inject billions with bioweapon poisons proven to kill millions across the planet. Pretending to be blind to hardcore criminal evidence and then a year later falsely accuse Putin of war crimes when all along he is simply asserting his nation’s right to national sovereignty protecting his homeland’s national security is absurd.
It’s an insult to our intelligence to think this corrosively corrupt judicial body is even capable of fairly prosecuting any crimes when it ignores and shields known genocidal predators committing history’s most deadly crime against humanity ever perpetrated on this earth. On March 20th, in response to the ICC’s preposterous arrest warrant against Putin, Russia’s Investigative Committee launched a criminal countersuit against the ICC prosecutor that filed the bogus case and the three ICC judges that accepted to hear the case. As last week’s first shot across the bow against Russia, fast closing in on victory in Ukraine, it’s yet another politically motivated move out of sheer desperation in league with the West’s arrogance calling for regime change in Russia.
It’s been 30 years since the ATF-FBI siege on the Branch Davidian Compound in Waco, Texas in 1993.
The government siege led to a massacre of 76 people including 25 children.
The deadly assault on David Koresh’s Branch Davidian compound took place from February 28 through April 19, 1993, over suspected weapons violations. The ATF had attempted to raid the compound and a gun battle ensued, leaving four government agents and six Branch Davidians dead. For the next 50 days, the government would use psychological warfare, such as playing the sound of animals being slaughtered, until ultimately the compound was burned to the ground with nearly everyone still inside.
The siege ended with the massacre of 76 people.
On Friday fired FBI agent Peter Strzok posted a veiled death threat against President Trump just hours before his historic rally Saturday in Waco, Texas.
In a remarkable new development in the Doug Mackey “meme trial,” Mackey’s lawyers are calling for a mistrial on the basis of the government failing to disclose potentially exculpatory information to Mackey, as they are required by law under Brady v Maryland.
Mackey’s attorney wrote a letter that suggests the exculpatory information pertains to DOJ interviews with Hillary campaign staffers that were made available to Mackey’s defense mid trial.
Ron DeSantis’s response to a pending indictment of President Trump has, to say the least, left a lot of people disappointed.
While the Florida governor has accurately labeled Alvin Bragg’s planned prosecution as politically motivated, he’s also said he plans not to get involved in the matter, and has gone out of his way to snipe at Trump over the underlying causes of the case.
At this point, it’s obvious that DeSantis plans to challenge Trump for the Republican nomination in 2024, so some conflict between the two is inevitable. But it’s also disappointing, at a moment of profound crisis for the American republic, to see a muted reaction from one of the few men with the real power to do something about it.
Because Ron DeSantis can, in fact, do something, and Rep. Matt Gaetz is urging him to do it:
Gaetz’s proposal is straightforward, but dramatic: He is calling for Ron DeSantis to directly intervene in the case to prevent the extradition of Trump back to New York for trial.
Former Project Veritas head James O’Keefe is suggesting he has insiders on the grand jury reportedly considering indicting former President Donald Trump.
Trump has suggested he would be arrested this week. He is being probed by a Manhattan District Alvin Bragg over a payment made to adult actress Stormy Daniels during the 2016 election.
A grand jury is reportedly considering charges against Trump.
After an O’Keefe supporter wondered whether O’Keefe has someone on the inside, O’Keefe suggested there are multiple insiders.
You don’t need to get an economics degree from Princeton to understand economics. In fact, it will likely imbue you with a dangerous level of self-importance and indoctrinate you with dogmatically false concepts (see Princeton grad Jerome Powell who thinks destroying an economy solves inflation).
All you need to do is read my columns and watch my podcast and remember Rob’s Rules. For absolutely no charge I explain easy to remember rules based on the predicable activities of human nature. The foundation of the current “banking crisis” starts with understanding the Rob Is Right Rule of “Other People’s Money” and its “flip side” rule “You Fuc#ed Up, You Trusted Us” brilliantly articulated by Otter to Flounder in Animal House. Since they don’t teach these rules at Princeton, if you are a freshman, go ahead and drop out now, because you will never understand the way the world works without understanding the human elements associated with “property.” Have your parents put your yearly tuition into an investment account that I manage (for a fair and equitable fee of course). Then get a job selling vacuum cleaners door to door for four years. By the time your classmates graduate with their economics degree, you will know much more about economics and the world than they do.
It doesn’t seem that Joe Biden gets the memo. Despite all the damage he’s already done, he is hellbent on pushing every hair-brained socialist idea that the left gives him. Most of the time, he’s just trying to buy people’s votes. But what ends up happening is taxpayers–and working Americans–get the shaft.
One of Biden’s “brilliant” ideas was an obvious bribe to millions of Americans. He contradicted his previous statement to rush out this plan–just weeks before the midterm elections. The move has been halted by the courts and panned by most working folks. And now, Republicans in Congress are moving to shut it down for good.
From Daily Caller:
Republican Virginia Rep. Bob Good will introduce a Congressional Review Act resolution to roll back the Biden administration’s student loan forgiveness scheme…
The Supreme Court is currently hearing a challenge to the scheme, although some legal experts have suggested that the plaintiffs do not have standing to challenge it…
Three Republican senators introduced a companion resolution to Good’s on March 17.
In a move to preserve its very existence, National Public Radio cut four of its major podcasts and 10% of its workforce on Thursday, a major reduction not seen since 2008.
The reasoning behind the decision seems to be a drop in ad revenue from the podcasts “Invisibilia,” “Louder Than a Riot,” “Everyone and Their Mom,” and “Rough Translation.”
“We literally are fighting to secure the future of NPR at this very moment by restructuring our cost structure. It‘’s that important. It’s existential,” NPR chief executive John Lansing stated in an interview.
“The layoffs will affect employees who work behind the scenes to produce shows, podcasts, design visual elements, and conduct audience research. The layoffs are done to preserve NPR’s core ‘public service mission,’” Lansing lamented.