Sep 20 14:20

New photo of 'world's wokest Prime Minister' Justin Trudeau in blackface emerges on eve of Canada's national election

Yet another image of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in blackface at the 2001 Arabian Nights party - this time in color - has emerged just in time for the Canadian Federal Election.

The photo, released on Sunday by Canadian Proud, shows the liberal icon in a turban and robe, with his tongue sticking out. The world leader has also covered his face with dark makeup.

Sep 20 14:20

Madeleine McCann's GP mother Kate returns to work on NHS frontline at hospital in Leicester to help fight Covid pandemic

Madeleine McCann's mother Kate has returned to work as a doctor in Leicester after a 14-year hiatus from medicine after the disappearance of her daughter.

Kate, who was working as a GP when Madeleine disappeared on holiday in Portugal in 2007, has re-joined the NHS frontline in the fight against Coronavirus in what has been one of the nation's worst-hit cities.

Sep 20 14:19

'Congratulations on your new angel!' Proud aunt Eugenie shares her joy on birth of Princess Beatrice and Edo's baby girl - as 'over the moon' Fergie flies from Balmoral to meet her granddaughter 1 HOUR AGO 9 MINUTEREAD

Princess Eugenie has led the royal family in congratulating her sister Princess Beatrice after she welcomed her first child with husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.

Beatrice, 33, the oldest daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, gave birth to a baby girl weighing 6lbs 2oz at 11.42pm on Saturday at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, in London, Buckingham Palace announced today.

Sep 20 14:17

9/11 and Afghanistan Post-Mortems: Lessons in Safe Logic

In the wake of the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan and the 20th anniversary of the mass murders of September 11, 2001, the corporate mainstream and alternative media have been replete with articles analyzing the consequences of 9/11 that resulted in the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan and its alleged withdrawal after two decades of war.

Sep 20 13:39

NYC War On Unvaxxed Causing Chaos

By Neenah Payne

In the first five days of the new “vaccination” mandate, two restaurants experienced altercations (one violent) with customers, and one restaurant owner decided to sue NYC over the mandate. Several restaurants have refused to discriminate. Some are even posting signs showing their refusal.

In the 1960s, some Black Americans in the Civil Rights Movement participated in sit-ins at lunch counters that refused to serve them on the basis of race. That memory is still fresh in the minds of many. With 72% of Black New Yorkers not vaccinated, the new rules barring “unvaxxed” from indoor restaurants can feel a lot like racial discrimination. Perhaps that’s why there were conflicts at two NYC restaurants in the first week of this policy...

Sep 20 13:34

FBI says fortune seized in Beverly Hills raid was criminals' loot. Owners say: Where's the proof?

After the FBI seized Joseph Ruiz's life savings during a raid on a safe deposit box business in Beverly Hills, the unemployed chef went to court to retrieve his $57,000. A judge ordered the government to tell Ruiz why it was trying to confiscate the money.

It came from drug trafficking, an FBI agent responded in court papers.

Ruiz’s income was too low for him to have that much money, and his side business selling bongs made from liquor bottles suggested he was an unlicensed pot dealer, the agent wrote. The FBI also said a dog had smelled unspecified drugs on Ruiz’s cash.

The FBI was wrong. When Ruiz produced records showing the source of his money was legitimate, the government dropped its false accusation and returned his money.

Ruiz is one of roughly 800 people whose money and valuables the FBI seized from safe deposit boxes they rented at the U.S. Private Vaults store in a strip mall on Olympic Boulevard.

Sep 20 13:32

Parents' agony as girl, 11, is murdered alongside her best friend: Heartbroken father says 'my little girl has gone' after she is found dead alongside her friend's mother and brother - as police quiz man, 31

The parents of two 11-year-old schoolgirls who were murdered alongside one of the child's mother and brother during a sleepover have paid heartbreaking tributes.

Charlie Gent said 'my little girl has gone' and 'I don't want anyone to ever go through what I am going through right now' after losing his daughter Connie.

Sep 20 13:32

It's pup fiction! Couple who proudly posted pictures of their rescue dog Dr Handsome are inundate with people saying he's a dead ringer for Samuel L Jackson

A couple is being inundated with comments comparing their rescue dog to actor Samuel L Jackson after they recently posted a photo of the pup on social media.

Amber West, 32, of Ocean Springs, Mississippi, shared a photo of her dog, Dr Handsome, on a Facebook page for smiling mutts.

Sep 20 13:31

How desperate Haitians are paying up to $10,000 and traveling thousands of miles by foot, coach, boat to cross into America from Mexico and reach 'safety' in isolated Del Rio

Desperate Haitians are paying up to $10,000 and traveling thousands of miles by foot, coach and boat to reach safety in the isolated town of Del Rio on the Mexico-U.S. border.

Men, women and children are making the grueling journey across international borders, a notoriously dangerous jungle, the sea and deserts.

Sep 20 13:17

Two Japanese sisters have become the world's oldest identical twins just 15 days shy of their 108th birthday

Two Japanese sisters have become the world's oldest identical twins just days shy of their 108th birthday.

Umeno Sumiyama and Koume Kodama took the title at 107 years and 330 days.

Sep 20 13:17

Eco-mob 'profoundly apologise' for blockading M25 in open letter to Priti Patel as they vow to continue protests amid mounting criticism at Home Secretary after they evaded police for FOURTH time

The eco-zealots who blocked the M25 for the fourth time in a week have said they 'profoundly apologise' for the disruption they caused in an open letter to Priti Patel.

Insulate Britain, the group which targeted the motorway country's busiest road, wrote to the Home Secretary in an effort to begin an 'open dialogue' and plead with her to 'demonstrate leadership'.

Sep 20 12:58

Mass extinction 252 million years ago was caused by a 'toxic soup' of greenhouse gas emissions, high temperatures and abundant nutrients – and humans today are 'following this recipe,' experts warn

Earth experienced its worst mass extinction about 252 million years ago that was caused by a 'toxic soup' - and scientists warn humans today are 'following this same recipe.'

The deadly concoction was a mix of accelerated greenhouse gas emissions, high temperatures and abundant nutrients, but the new study now identifies toxic microbial blooms as a fourth culprit.

Sep 20 12:58

Survival of the SEXIEST! Fancy tail feathers on a newly-discovered species of peacock-like bird that lived 120 million years ago suggest it prioritised finding a mate over flying

An ancient bird that lived 120 million years ago had fancy tail feathers like a peacock, a study of fossilised remains shows.

Researchers in China and the US report the discovery of Yuanchuavis kompsosoura, a bird precursor with elaborate feathers that would have helped attract it a mate.

Sep 20 12:44

Supreme Court to hear restrictive Mississippi abortion law on December 1

The Supreme Court will hear a case concerning a Mississippi abortion law on December 1, the court announced on Monday, teeing up one of the most substantial cases of the term in which the justices are being asked to overturn Roe v. Wade.

The Mississippi case -- the most important set of abortion-related oral arguments the court has heard since 1992 -- comes as states across the country, emboldened by the conservative majority and the addition of Justice Amy Coney Barrett to the high court, are increasingly passing restrictive abortion-related regulations, hoping to curb the constitutional right first established in 1973 in Roe and reaffirmed in 1992 when the court handed down Planned Parenthood v. Casey.

Roe v. Wade is the 1973 landmark Supreme Court decision legalizing abortion nationwide prior to viability, which can occur at around 24 weeks of pregnancy.

Sep 20 12:34

DHS Secretary To Confront Crisis On Texas Border; Biden Admin Will Deny Entry To Haitian Migrants

The meeting follows a decision, made late last week, to deny most Haitian migrants entry into the United States and expel them directly back to Haiti. Flights from Texas to Port-au-Prince began on Sunday and are expected to continue Monday, according to the Associated Press.

Sep 20 12:27

Video game where you could carry out a mass shooting at a Pride parade created by aspiring politician

A high school teacher and aspiring politician for the People's Party of Canada is under fire for a video game he created in college in which players attack characters depicted by cultural stereotypes, Queerty reports.Mario Greco, who is currently seeking a seat in the Canadian House of Commons in the Vaughan—Woodbridge district of Ontario, created the video game "Happy Culture Shootout," which even allows players to carry out a mass shooting at a Pride parade.

Sep 20 12:09

Holup, Beginner's Luck (Picture)

Sep 20 12:09

Wildfires In California Have Reached Some Of The World's Oldest And Largest Trees

Raging wildfires burning in California forests have reached sequoia trees, raising fears the beloved conifers, some of which are up to 1,500 years old, could be devastated once more by flames.

Sep 20 12:05


Sep 20 12:03

'The 6-feet rule was arbitrary and not science-based': Ex-FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb blasts CDC for 'lack of rigor' in early COVID guidelines

Former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb criticized the CDC for its 'lack of rigor' in providing guidelines during the early days of COVID, pointing to the six-feet-apart social distancing rule to stop the spread as an 'arbitrary' approach proposed by a Trump appointee.

Sep 20 12:02

New Yorkers fear UN General Assembly schmoozing will spark COVID spike as 100 world leaders and their entourages hit the city's bars and restaurants

New Yorkers are fearful that the return of the United Nations General Assembly this week will spark a new spike in COVID-19 cases after the city has worked tirelessly to slow the spread of the virus.

Sep 20 11:57

Mastermind behind Osama bin Laden's escape from US bombing of Tora Bora in 2001 is back in charge of Taliban fighters in Afghanistan

The leader of Osama bin Laden's former Black Guard and mastermind behind his escape from the U.S. bombing at Tora Bora in 2001 is now back in charge of Taliban fighters in Afghanistan.

Sep 20 11:57

Dow Jones plunges more than 700 points as Chinese real estate giant Evergrande teeters on the brink of collapse with debts of more than $300 BILLION and firm threatens top execs with 'severe punishment'

Wall Street's main indexes plunged more than 700 points on Monday as Chinese real estate giant Evergrande teetered on the brink of collapse with debts of more than $300 billion.

Sep 20 11:57

Like seriously, why? (Picture)

Sep 20 11:56

Refund the police! Woke Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot is set to unveil budget that BOOSTS spending on crime-hit city's PD after she slashed $59M from the department last year

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot is set to unveil a proposed budget that bolsters funding to the crime-ridden city’s police department as violence and gang activity runs rampant.

Sep 20 11:54

'That's a dude': MMA star 'Suga' blasts transgender fighter

Mixed martial arts rising star "Suga" Sean O'Malley commented critically on transgender fighter Alana McLaughlin's victories over female fighters.

“I don’t think that’s OK,” O’Malley said of McLaughlin's victory during an episode of his podcast. “I just don’t think that’s OK ... In just competing in sports, I mean, especially mixed. It’s like she had testosterone for, who knows, 20 to 30 years of her life and now I’m a girl.”

“You could tell that’s a dude,” O’Malley added. “A jacked girl. I mean, look at those arms.”

Sep 20 11:52

White Liberal Mother Regrets Offering Daughter as Ritual Sacrifice to Diversity Gods of the Globalist American Empire

Dear Care and Feeding,

I am a liberal, White, upper-middle-class parent, and we live in a mixed-income, racially integrated urban neighborhood. When it came time to enroll our daughter in high school, we selected a school that was majority Black because it was close by, and we rejected the notion of getting caught up in which magnet school was most prestigious. Our daughter had a horrible time there—she was harassed so much that we had to pull her out, and other non-Black students there were victimized because of their race. I am struggling to make sense of the experience. I think she’s managed it well and hasn’t let it affect her general views on race, and I believe I’m doing the same, but mostly I am just so angry that our daughter had to endure this, and I feel guilty that I put her in this position.

Sep 20 11:51

Challenge accepted! (Picture)

Sep 20 11:47

Good weekend, Joe? Biden gets the mask back on as he arrives back in DC after 70-hour long weekend biking in Rehoboth Beach amid Haitian migrant catastrophe at the border

President Joe Biden arrived back in Washington, DC clad in a face mask and his signature aviators after spending more than 70 hours at his Delaware beach house bike riding and spending time with family, before he departs for the United Nations General Assembly in New York City later on Monday.

Sep 20 11:45

Two wounded as shooting at Virginia high school is declared a 'major incident' and sparks huge police response

Two people were shot as Virginia police responded to reports of a 'major incident' at a high school on Monday at around noon.

Sep 20 11:45

Maskless celebs gather for Emmys while LA County requires masks for indoor events. Seth Rogen points out hypocrisy of having event in 'hermetically sealed tent' and claiming to be outdoors.

But that was not going to stop the aristocratic folks of Hollywood from getting together for their annual self-congratulatory Emmy Awards ceremony.

Sep 20 11:44

This is America (Video)

Sep 20 11:44

Thousands of Haitian migrants cross Rio Grande BACK to Mexico to avoid deportation as DHS ramps up expulsion flights to seven a day - but still Biden and Harris remain silent on crisis

Migrants began flowing back into the Mexican side of the southern border on Monday from Del Rio, Texas as the Department of Homeland Security plans to ramp up deportation flights to seven per day.

Sep 20 11:37

Whitlock: Baltimore quarterback Lamar Jackson is the fearless hero football needs

Lamar Jackson is unvaxxed and unashamed, and last night he was unbelievably good. He was better than Patrick Mahomes, and now the Ravens might have to give Jackson more money than the Kansas City quarterback.

Sep 20 11:37

VIDEO: Angry mom reads anal sex passage from junior high library book to school board. Mom's mic is cut off, but district pulls book for review.

Saying that Kara Bell was a bit upset at board members of the Lake Travis Independent School District in Austin, Texas, is a bit of an understatement.

No, Bell — a local mom and former board member candidate — was livid during the school board meeting last week over a middle school library book she deemed sexually explicit, KXAN-TV reported.

Sep 20 11:35

Iceland volcano (Video)

Sep 20 11:34

McCarthy Urges Biden to Deploy National Guard to Migrant Camp under Texas Bridge

House GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy on Friday called on President Biden to deploy the National Guard to Del Rio, Texas, where Border Patrol agents have been overwhelmed by thousands of migrants streaming across the border and camping out under a bridge.

Sep 20 11:33

Words You Never Need to Say

We’ve all heard someone start a sentence with, “I’m not a legal expert, but . . .” as if not having gone to law school is something to apologize for. You can sub in other words for “legal,” and you get a general form for sentence starters in many conversations. These sentence starters operate as disclaimers, alerting those listening as to one’s nonexpert status.

Sep 20 11:32

Massachusetts Wants ‘Woke’ Activists to Set School Curricula

As battles over education heat up across the country, legislators in Massachusetts are considering a range of measures to empower left-leaning activist groups to set education policy for the state. On Monday, the joint education committee of the state legislature had a hearing that discussed, among other things, a bill to institute a “critical approach and pedagogy” for a curriculum of ethnic studies, “decolonization,” and “social justice” instruction.

Sep 20 11:30

GOD level security! (Funny)

Sep 20 11:25

Vaccines by Eating Greens? Greens Will Never Let It Happen

Scientists are conducting an experiment that, if successful, would permit us to receive some vaccines and other medicines by eating food rather than by jab. From the Study Finds story:

Sep 20 11:23

Congressional Progressive Caucus Prepares to Block Infrastructure Bill if Reconciliation Budget Fails

The Congressional Progressive Caucus is deliberating whether to deploy its members to kill the $1 trillion Biden-backed infrastructure bill if the accompanying massive social spending plan House Democrats spearheaded fails to advance.

Sep 20 11:22

The Gathering Storm (But with Not Enough Wind): Europe’s Energy Mess Gets Worse — a Lesson the U.S. Looks Set to Ignore

Much of last week’s Capital Letter was focused on the growing energy crunch in Europe — a crunch that has something (but not everything) to do with needlessly destructive climate policies, and has, quite clearly, lessons for the U.S.

Sep 20 11:21

American dream ? (Picture)

Sep 20 11:20

Can you find Kamala? (8 Cartoons)

Sep 20 11:10

Buffalo Philharmonic: No White or Asian Conductors Need Apply

For decades, orchestras have worked to address racial imbalances in their ranks by creating new pipelines for young artists. They have built outreach-and-engagement departments bringing classical music to young people who were rarely exposed to it, developed music programs in public schools, and mentored young, diverse musicians. These efforts are now bearing fruit, as many of these young artists continue to land coveted orchestra jobs.

Sep 20 11:08

Liquor-License Rules Are Crippling Restaurants at the Worst Possible Time

The pandemic and related closures hit the restaurant industry hard, with about 90,000 eateries closing permanently. When the pandemic finally subsides, America will need entrepreneurs to launch new restaurants and fill the void.

Sep 20 11:07

Texas Congressman on Visit to Del Rio Migrant Camp: ‘Worse Than You Could Imagine’

Representative August Pfluger (R., Texas) is sounding alarms after visiting Del Rio, Texas, where Border Patrol agents have been overwhelmed by thousands of mostly Haitian migrants streaming across the border and camping out under a bridge.

Sep 20 11:06

At long last! US travel ban is to be lifted for vaccinated passengers from the UK and EU from November

The US travel ban on visitors from the US and UK will be lifted from November - ending 18 months of transatlantic travel uncertainty.