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"All terrorist actions are staged incidents, because acts of terror alienate the very people whose support the people blamed for the terror act need." -- Michael Rivero
Democrats in Congress are urging President Joe Biden to consider using the 14th Amendment should debt ceiling talks fail.
The lawyer for a white pregnant New York City physician’s assistant who was vilified as a racist on social media after a confrontation with a group of young black men who claimed that one of them paid for a city bike she was taking has reportedly produced receipts showing she paid for the bike.
Republican Gov. Tate Reeves announced on Wednesday the deployment of Mississippi National Guard troops to the southern border, saying that every U.S. state has become a border state, with trafficked drugs impacting the entire country.
Reeves, who mobilized the National Guard in response to an urgent call for help from Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, expressed concerns over the Biden administration’s handling of border security, citing the influx of drugs and illegal immigration as a threat to public safety.
“Every state has become a border state, and every day we’re seeing the terrible impact of this humanitarian and national security crisis,” Reeves wrote on Twitter. “What happens at the border doesn’t stay there. Drugs and people are trafficked to every state in the nation—including Mississippi.”
The president of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, said on his weekly “Con Maduro +” program earlier this week that Venezuela will shift away from using the U.S. dollar in trade. Commending Zimbabwe for its initiative to issue gold-backed digital currency, he said (as translated from Spanish by Google):
Many alternative initiatives to the dollar are emerging in the world. We could say that we are beginning to experience a sustained accelerated process of de-dollarization of the commercial world — of world trade.
The Dutch government is considering plans to restrict cattle numbers to two cows per football pitch-sized field, putting them on a collision course with the country’s farmers.
Mark Rutte, the Dutch prime minister, has not yet approved the proposed limit of up to “0.35 hectares of grassland per livestock unit”, which is part of a range of measures designed to help the Netherlands meet European Union climate change targets.
The aim is to reduce the large quantities of polluting methane, produced by manure and fertiliser, in grassland-poor areas, while other fields will be converted to grassland, which is good for biodiversity and water quality.
Arizona Governor Katie Hobbs (D) announced Wednesday that she had made decisions regarding another batch of bills sent to her desk by the legislature.
Of these nine bills, Hobbs vetoed six, including bills on natural resource conservation, modified firearms, and the voting equipment used in state elections.
Regarding the election equipment, HB 2613, sponsored by State Representative Steve Montenegro (R-Goodyear), would have required all vote recording and tabulation machines used in Arizona elections to be 100 percent manufactured in the U.S. and have all parts sourced in the country. Starting in 2028, the Arizona Secretary of State would be prohibited from certifying any election results from a machine that did not comply with the law.
However, Hobbs wrote that this bill would ultimately have a “catastrophic” effect on Arizona by making it near impossible for the state to carry out elections.
Montenegro responded to the veto, calling it a loss for American manufacturing and election security.
A group of world elites, including individuals connected to Pfizer, the U.S. intelligence community, and the World Economic Forum, are in Portugal this weekend for a meeting to discuss a variety of topics, including artificial intelligence, Ukraine, and China.
Biden administration officials are reportedly walking back claims that they made earlier this month when they claimed that they had killed a major figure in the Islamic terrorist group al-Qaeda.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ office slammed Disney on Thursday after the company announced that it was not going to build a billion dollar office complex because of “changing business conditions,” releasing a statement that Disney had announced the project a long time ago and “nothing ever came of it.”
The FBI suddenly dropped FOUR investigations into Hillary Clinton and the Clinton Foundation ahead of the 2016 election, according to the Durham report.
When Bud Light and Anheuser-Busch teamed up with transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney, it angered swaths of Americans on a fundamental level.
There was a game I used to play with George W. Bush’s press secretary Dana Perino when I covered the White House. It was called “Imagine if a Republican had…” and you could fill in anything at the end.
So let’s play it once again. Imagine if an 89-year-old Republican senator disappeared from the Senate for three months over poor health, holding up crucial business in the nation’s top deliberative body amid a torrent of crises.
In that scenario, Democrats and their minions in the mainstream media would be demanding an immediate resignation.
But that’s not the case with Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA). At one point, she had missed 70% of the Senate’s votes with a case of shingles, and when she returned, she was in a wheelchair and declared she’d never been gone at all.
One Democrat, though, is taking a bold stance to call for the elderly senator to step aside — and it happens to be a California Democrat.
"As I found myself in a relationship, we reached a point where it was important to take precautions. Before discarding the condom, I decided to take a test. Anxiously waiting outside, I watched as the room was being tidied up.
This story is not unique. Believe it or not, even in 2023 Israel, hundreds still contract HIV.
Despite the availability of free HIV tests, advanced drugs for disease suppression, and affordable preventive measures, hundreds of individuals, including newborns, continue to contract the potentially fatal virus.
This can be attributed to a combination of ignorance, complacency, and most significantly, the state's shocking indifference towards a disease that is now entirely preventable. Despite the virus being identified in humans four decades ago, it has been forgotten.
The UK is now sending long range missiles to Ukraine. And the UK is sending troops too. This takes us one big step closer to nuclear war. And, not to be outdone, the US is providing Ukraine with missiles and intelligence from Airborne Warning and Control systems (AWAC) patrols. This leaves Russia little option but to shoot down the American aircraft. It is patently clear that NATO wants a full-blooded nuclear war. (If you haven’t seen them please watch my videos: `Why they need world war III’ (first broadcast on 3rd May 2022) and `Urgent Warning to Everyone’ (first broadcast on 9th February 2023). Both videos are available on www.vernoncoleman.org and on my channel on BrandNewTube. It is, I think, fair to say that if Ukraine and NATO appear to be winning this war there will be a nuclear war because the Russians will not go quietly into defeat. Remember that the Russians lost around 25 million men in World War II, defending their country against a German invasion. The Russians would fight just as hard against America.
New migrants pouring into the U.S. after the Biden administration let a COVID-19 restriction called Title 42 expire last week will not break the nation’s stretched court system. The system is already shattered, according to several former judges, immigration experts, and Department of Homeland Security data.
The average wait time for a “Notice to Appear” before a judge at one of the nation’s 66 immigration courts is now four and a half years. In some cities it is much longer. In New York City, new migrants do not have to appear in court until 2032. This growing backlog creates an incentive for more people to cross the border and request asylum as each new case pushes assigned court dates further into the future. In the meantime, many migrants are permitted to live and work in the United States.
Legal experts are criticizing the FBI for allegedly obtaining the financial records of U.S. customers with Bank of America "without any legal process" following the January 6, 2021, Capitol riot.
They spoke Thursday hours after several FBI whistleblowers made the allegations in testimony before the House Judiciary Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government.
The allegations about subpoena-less bank-records gathering were included in a staff report from the full, GOP-led House Judiciary Committee that was released about an hour ahead of Thursday's hearing.
A new report conducted by the Vaccine Confidence Project published by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) concluded that confidence in childhood vaccines has dropped by 44 percent in 52 countries in recent years. The report surveyed 55 countries and all but three countries—China, India and Mexico—showed a steep decline in vaccine confidence since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
South Korea and Papua New Guinea saw a 44 percent decline and Ghana, Senegal and Japan saw more than a one-third decrease in belief in the importance of childhood vaccines following the pandemic. In the United States there was a decline of 13.6 percent in the belief that vaccines are important for children.1 2 3
The report said that an estimated 67 million children did not receive vaccinations who otherwise would have before the pandemic was declared, with an estimated 48 million children not receiving any routine childhood vaccinations at all. Overall, vaccination levels fell in 112 countries during the COVID pandemic.4
Kari Lake’s courtroom challenge to the 2022 Arizona governor's race brought forth witnesses who focused on how much time is necessary to adequately compare ballot envelope signatures to signatures on voters’ files and determine whether they are consistent.
Thursday was the second day of the three-day trial. On Friday, the defendants are expected to finish direct examination of their only witness before resting their case.
On Thursday, the judge rejected the defendants' motion to provide a ruling from the bench without the defendants making their case.
US officials are backtracking on claims they took out a top Al-Qaeda leader in a Syrian drone strike after the family of a sheep herder identified the victim.
Both Fox News and CNN are in for bad news when it comes to Monday’s cable television ratings.
Joe Biden arrived in Japan for the annual G7 Summit on Thursday. Once again, he reminded us why he is completely shot.
A Secret Service agent assigned to former President Bill Clinton was taken off assignment after he was involved in an off-duty altercation with hotel staff in Bulgaria.
Back in September of 2022, a man named Shannon Brandt ran down and killed an 18 year-old in North Dakota for being a Republican, then claiming that he believed the victim Cayler Eliingson was an extremist.
The Food and Drug Administration pulled the emergency use authorizations for the original COVID vaccines produced by Moderna and Pfizer on Tuesday.
Both vaccines were authorized for emergency use more than two years ago after they were developed under Operation Warp Speed during the Trump administration.
In a news release, the FDA explained the older vaccines no longer offer full protection from new strains of the virus.
The agency said it had amended the emergency use authorizations of the initial Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines in order to “simplify the vaccination schedule for most individuals.”
New details have emerged this week about who former President Donald Trump may choose to be his potential 2024 running mate.
A new report from 1945 reveals that Trump is likely to “stun the world” with his 2024 VP pick and actually lists three possible names: Georgia GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, Arizona Republican Kari Lake, and South Dakota GOP Gov. Kristi Noem.
A pregnant Manhattan hospital worker accused of taking a Citi bike from a young black man, actually paid for the bike, her lawyer says.
Elizabeth Ailes, the widow of former CEO and Chairman of FOX News Roger Ailes, raised eyebrows this week when she posted this tweet bashing the Murdochs on the anniversary of Roger’s birthday.
The US Supreme Court on Thursday left the Section 230 protections for social media untouched.
George Santos was arrested Wednesday, May 10 by the Department of Justice (DOJ) and charged with seven counts of wire fraud, three counts of money laundering, one count of theft of public funds and two counts of lying on congressional financial forms.
The commonly prescribed painkiller and anti-inflammatory, ibuprofen, has been linked to shrinking testicles, lowered testosterone levels and infertility issue in a shocking study.
With plummeting testosterone levels and skyrocketing infertility levels, the revelation adds fuel to the fire, as fitness coaches and health gurus scramble to draw attention to the looming disaster.
In 2018, it was estimated that 15% of Americans take too much Ibuprofen — with the recommended daily limit being 3200mg per day. Additionally, Americans take an estimated 30 billion doses of painkillers similar to and including Ibuprofen which totals 16.5 million prescriptions.