|“Immigrants soon find their place in urban
life, they soon adopt, externally, town manners and opinions, but for a
long time they remain foreign to civic thought. One cannot make a
social philosophy one’s own as easily as a new costume. . . More
menacing than barbarians storming the walls from without are the
seeming citizens within – those who are citizens in gesture,
—Ludwig von Mises, Socialism: An Economic and Sociological Analysis, p. 38 (1922)
The Dobbs Decision, Explained
I think people need to focus not only on its result. And, of course, people have their own views about abortion and whether human life should be protected before birth. But when it comes to the Supreme Court doing something, let's say rather than Congress doing it, we also need to focus on how it was done... Roe v. Wade was probably the most disgraced, undermined, criticized, embarrassing decision in the history of the Supreme Court. And its biggest critics have been constitutional scholars who support access to abortion. None of us ought to want to have a flawed, really egregiously wrong decision like that on the books – no matter what our opinion about abortion.
The Key Ways Justice Thomas
Vanquished Gun Grabbers in his Bruen Decision
It couldn't have been more perfect than Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas penning the definitive decision that the right to carry guns on one's person for self-defense is inherent for all Americans. First of all, Thomas has been after the court to take up more gun rights cases. He used his considerable influence with Chief Justice John Roberts to continue looking for gun rights cases to take. The New York State Rifle & Pistol Association, Inc., et al. v. Bruen and the state of New York was the obvious choice.
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Week ending 26 June 2022
|Yes, Biden Is Hiding His Plan to Rig the 2022 Midterm Elections
President Biden really does not want the public to know about his federal takeover of election administration. Dozens of members of Congress have repeatedly asked for details, to no avail. Good government groups, members of the media, and private citizens have filed requests under the Freedom of Information Act. Not a single one has been responded to. All signs indicate a concerted effort to keep the public in the dark until at least after the November midterm elections. The lack of transparency and responsiveness is so bad that the Department of Justice and some of its agencies have been repeatedly sued for the information.
|Recession-Fearing Bosses Quietly Abandon Open Jobs|
Companies that have struggled to fill job openings in the U.S. for long stretches are starting to ask a pressing question: Do we really need those roles? With interest rates soaring, stocks tanking and fears of a recession mounting, employers are axing jobs or dialing back their once-breakneck hiring plans. Amazon.com Inc. and Walmart Inc., America's two biggest private employers, have said they're thinning out their hourly workforces through attrition. Jobless claims, while still low, have risen slightly, based on a four-week moving average that smooths out weekly volatility.
|Supreme Court Rules That GOP Lawmakers Can Defend
Voter ID Law In North Carolina After State AG Refuses to Uphold It
The Supreme Court ruled 8 to 1 today that Republican legislators can intervene and defend a North Carolina voter ID law that they claimed the Democrat NC Attorney General wasn't adequately fighting for. SCOTUS Blog tweeted that the ruling came down on June 23 and wrote, "The NAACP is challenging the law, and the NC attorney general (a Democrat) is defending it. GOP legislators want to intervene anyway. SCOTUS says they can."
|Dr Strangetweet or How I Learned to Love the RT|
You don't like the decisions yesterday and today? You're really not going to like the next part. I mean, it's your fault, but you're not going to like it. See, we were cool with the status quo. Yeah, we wanted abortion to go back to the states. Yeah, we wanted gun rights expanded. Yeah, we wanted our kids safe from LGBTQ indoctrination. But it wasn't enough to fight about.
|You’ve made us get involved.|
|Humiliation: Biden Admin Moves to Fill Gaps in Border Wall,
But You Won't Believe Its Explanation
Sometimes even Democrats have to pretend the United States is a nation. Nations, of course, have borders. And normal nations defend those borders. Except for the U.S., when Democrats want cheap votes and their friends in business, including Republicans, want cheap labor. We know what happens then. We've been living it for years.
|Vaccines for Infants and Toddlers Based On Faulty Data?
Vaccines for infants and toddlers was given whole hearted approval by the CDC yesterday. Evidently this will save more lives since well over 2.5 million young children were infected once the pandemic started. Question: If this virus, which truly acts like. different kind of flu, has infected so many young children and babies, how come we weren't treated to two years of 24/7 media reports about hospitalized children, funerals for those who passed, and heartsick parents?
Related: It Never Occurred to Grampa There Might Be a Reason the Other 194 Countries Aren't:
Biden Brags 'We're the Only Country in the World' Giving COVID Vaccines to Children.
|Global-Scale COVID-19 Fraud Is Designed to Control People
Says Former Pfizer VP
Lockdowns, mask mandates, and vaccine mandates are all measures not for health, but to get people under control and move toward the ultimate goal of digital ID and digital currency, said Dr. Michael Yeadon, former Pfizer vice president and chief scientific officer for allergy and respiratory research. "In brief, I'm seeing fraud on a global scale, of which the drug companies are just part," Yeadon [said]. "There is a huge push globally to persuade people that there is a health threat in order to get them to comply with various economy-destroying measures, and then follow them up with these injections. And I believe this is all ultimately to do with control."
|Two NY Federal Judges Consecutively Step Down from
Vaccine Mandate Lawsuits Over Ownership of Pfizer Stock
An Obama-appointed federal judge in New York who owns between $50,000 and $100,000 worth of Pfizer stock has recused herself to avoid the possible appearance of bias or prejudice since she was overseeing a case of NYC teachers trying to get exemptions to the COVID vaccines... According to a Wall Street Journal article, Edgardo Ramos and other 130 federal judges broke the law by overseeing court cases where they or their families owned stock in the company or companies involved.
|Ashley Biden's Diary Reveals
Joe Biden May Be Creepier Than We Thought
Faye Higbee & Jeff Dunetz
Ashley Biden is Joe Biden's daughter. She inadvertently left her diary under the bed at a halfway house, and the lady who found the diary, Aimee Harris, sold the diary to the media. It was not stolen. But now, some of the revelations from the Daily Mail, which has a copy of the diary, are damning…and reveal definitively that Joe Biden should not be the President of the United States. An investigation should be warranted, but nothing is likely to happen. The Bidens are a protected family.
|Biden Ahead of Schedule in Destroying U.S. Offshore Oil Production |
When Brandon was campaigning from his basement, he promised to halt all offshore drilling and leasing. In reaction to this, the National Offshore Industries Association (NOIA) prepared a report, projecting two scenarios: 1) Halting the permitting of new wells on existing leases; 2) Halting new lease sales after the end of the current five year program (2017-2022). Since occupying the White House, Brandon did not manage to carry out the first promise. If the government had halted permitting of operations on existing leases, they would have gotten their @$$es sued off. However, the Brandon Maladministration has been worse than expected in the area of lease sales.
|We Don't Need a Costly, Mandated Detour to Electric Cars
It's becoming painfully clear that some on the left actually want higher gas prices, all to force Americans to buy expensive electric vehicles in order to defeat a "climate catastrophe." It's hard to come to a different conclusion when you see everything they've done to restrict supply and discourage investments in American oil and refining.
|Is the Green Energy Climate Cabal Crumbling?
As we know now, Merkel adopted a 'not in my backyard" approach and increased fossil fuel imports from Russia. Her green policies were a primary driver of President Biden lifting the sanctions on the Nord Stream 2 pipeline. Many, including Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, believe Biden caving to Merkel emboldened Russian President Vladimir Putin in his invasion of Ukraine. Food and energy are the underlying causes of most wars, and the current conflict is no exception. However, the war is causing Germany's new government to take a hard look at the pro-scarcity green energy policies they have imposed on their population for years. So Germany is firing up coal plants.
|Car Dealers Reveal an Alarming Problem with
Getting Your Electric Vehicle Serviced
Warner Todd Huston
So, you bowed to the pressure to buy an electric vehicle and you are ready for the big savings to pile up. But just when you thought you were in the money, you found a whole new problem keeping your car off the road and causing expenses to soar. Electric vehicles are supposed to allow owners to grin giddily as they pass one gas station after another, saving the driver hundreds with every pump they pass. But there are an awful lot of issues on the downside that EV dealers are not exactly thrilled to tell potential buyers.
|Two Prominent Democratic Lawmakers
Violated a Federal Conflicts-of-Interest Law. Again.
Two prominent Democrats in Congress have violated a federal stock trading law by blowing past deadlines to report their spouses' stock trades. Sen. John Hickenlooper of Colorado and Rep. Jamie Raskin of Maryland are in violation of the 2012 Stop Trading on Congressional Knowledge Act's disclosure provisions, according to an Insider review of financial filings the lawmakers made with Congress.
|Japan Court Says Ban On Same-Sex Marriage Constitutional
A Japanese court ruled Monday that the country's ban on same-sex marriage does not violate the constitution, and rejected demands for compensation by three couples who said their right to free union and equality has been violated. The Osaka District Court ruling is the second decision on the issue, and disagrees with a ruling last year by a Sapporo court that found the ban on same-sex marriages unconstitutional. It underscores how divisive the issue remains in Japan, the only member of the Group of Seven major industrialized nations that does not recognize same-sex unions.
|'Lightyear' Flop Is a Sign Audiences Are Weary of Hollywood Wokeness|
Hollywood was founded by, and for generations run by, pure showmen who were fanatically devoted to giving the audience what it wanted. Today Hollywood's message is, "Let us entertain you! But first, a brief lecture on what's wrong with you, the audience ..." Artists and entertainment corporations have always been desperate to be taken seriously, hence their need to manufacture respectability via awards given out by high-falutin', august-sounding institutions such as the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (Sciences? You guys are creating pretty pictures, not curing cancer).
|By the Numbers:
How Many Men in California Prisons Identify as Women
California's prison population includes 1,115 biological males who say they identify as women, according to the state's Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. A women's advocacy group sued the state of California in November to overturn a law allowing biological males to be housed in women's prisons after a female inmate said she was raped by someone the prison called a "transgender woman with a penis."
|Woke Jesuit School in Big Trouble With the Bishop
For Jesuit education in Worcester, Mass., a line was drawn in the sand by Bishop Robert McManus on June 16. That's when he stripped the Nativity School of Worcester, a Jesuit middle school, of its right to be called a Catholic school. The school was the brainchild of administrators at the College of the Holy Cross. At issue are its Gay Pride and Black Lives Matter flags. Promulgating his decree, the bishop wrote, "the flying of these flags in front of a Catholic school sends a mixed, confusing and scandalous message to the public about the church's stance on these important moral and social issues."
|Swimming-FINA Votes to Restrict Transgender Participation
In Elite Women's Competition
Swimming's world governing body FINA on Sunday voted to restrict the participation of transgender athletes in elite women's competitions and create a working group to establish an "open" category for them in some events as part of its new policy. Transgender rights has become a major talking point as sports seek to balance inclusivity while ensuring there is no unfair advantage.
|Courts to Determine If Schools |
Can Hide Information from Parents About Their Kids
There are school policies and state and federal laws that outline parameters for transparency between parents, students, and schools. They are meant to protect everyone, but particularly the child, and they are rooted in the idea that parental authority is paramount, even in schools. Yet this fundamental concept seems to be corroding under the guise that woke schools and teachers know best. In Pennsylvania recently, three parents filed a federal lawsuit alleging that their children's first grade teacher violated their rights, not to mention school policy and state law, by teaching their children about "gender dysphoria and transgender transitioning."
|Parents' Guide to Children's Rights Aims to
Save America's Public Schools from CRT
Jack Fitzhenry – The Heritage Foundation.
"The most important battleground in the fight to save our American republic is the public schools." So says Kimberly Hermann, general counsel at the Southeastern Legal Foundation, in the introduction to the foundation's guide for parents, "Your Child's Rights and What to Do About Them: A Parent's Guide to Saving America's Public Schools." Hermann's outlook is increasingly common among anyone taking stock of the proliferation of lessons on critical race theory in public school curriculums.
|Comprehensive Sex Ed Being Taught in
California Schools by Outside Contractors
"A lot of it comes from Human Rights Campaign's Welcoming Schools [program] that teaches kids: You can choose your gender. When you're born, parents or doctors just make a guess at your gender by looking at your body parts, but that doesn't determine who you really are. And you can be both genders, neither gender, gender fluid, or change as you go depending on your feelings." Human Rights Campaign is a Washington-based LGBTQ advocacy organization. "In the meantime, in California, mental health workers or somebody who's working with the school can actually change a child's gender category without parent permission."
Week ending 19 June 2022
|Creepy Joe Biden is
Back, Tucker Carlson Reveals
Shocking Allegations from Ashley Biden's Diary
Fox News host Tucker Carlson attacked President Joe Biden over his daughter Ashley Biden's diary admissions. In Ashley Biden's writings, she claims that the president took showers with her when she was young, fueling her sex-addiction. Carlson described the disturbing details as "sick" and "horrifying," saying "if that's not child molestation, it is definitely close enough to justify a police visit."
|Debunked and Explained:
No, Greedy Oil Companies Are Not to Blame for Gas Prices
U.S. gas prices hit an average of $5 per gallon for the first time last week, according to AAA. Americans are having to spend more of their hard-earned money on energy. But who is really to blame? It is probably helpful to start with a breakdown of the components of the price of gas.
|How SCOTUS' Upcoming Climate Ruling
Could Defang Washington
The Supreme Court is expected to issue a ruling this month hobbling the Biden administration's efforts to rein in greenhouse gases – but its impact could weaken Washington's power to oversee wide swaths of American life well beyond climate change. The upcoming decision on the Environmental Protection Agency's climate oversight offers the conservative justices an opportunity to undermine federal regulations on a host of issues, from drug pricing and financial regulations to net neutrality. Critics of the EPA have clamored for the high court to do just that, by declaring it unlawful for federal agencies to make "major" decisions without clear authorization from Congress.
|China Exports to U.S. Jump,
Contrary to Press Reports
U.S. imports from China rose to an all-time record after seasonal adjustment in April, despite the Shanghai lockdown and other Covid-related blockages in the Chinese economy. That isn't what you read in Bloomberg News, whose 30 economists and 100 full-time economics reporters apparently haven't learned the difference between seasonally adjusted and unadjusted data.
|Department of Justice Stymies
Congressional Attempt to
Get Information on Hunter Biden Probe
Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), the top Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee, and Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), a member of the panel, in May asked U.S. Attorney for Delaware David Weiss, who is investigating Hunter Biden, for answers because attempts to get information from the DOJ have met with silence or little information. Grassley and Johnson expressed concerns over conflicts of interest, including noting that Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Nicholas McQuaid was a partner with an attorney that has represented Hunter Biden.
|'Bloody War.' Capitol Police First
Warned About Violence
Two Weeks Before Jan. 6 Riots, Memos Show
Capitol Police received alerts from both U.S. Homeland Security and District of Columbia authorities about potential violence at the Capitol more than two weeks before the Jan. 6 riots, a pre-Christmas warning that flagged online chatter about waging a "bloody war," concealing guns, and burning down the Supreme Court, according to internal memos obtained by Just the News that reveal much earlier and persistent red flags about the tragedy.
|The FBI Knew RussiaGate Was a Lie –
But Hid That Truth
NY Post Editorial Board
The FBI knew the Trump-Russia collusion narrative was utter bunk even as it suggested otherwise to Congress, the courts and the public early in 2017. Evidence revealed by special counsel John Durham proves it beyond dispute. Declassified for Durham's probe, a March 2017 memo prepared by Lisa Page for FBI head James Comey's meeting with Congress' "Gang of Eight" – the bipartisan House and Senate leaders who oversee the most classified stuff – was a total cook-up job.
|Good for the Gander:
GOP Accuses Schiff of Allowing Colbert Staffers Into the Capitol
Capitol police said they were changed with "unlawful entry" and that "this is an active criminal investigation, and may result in additional criminal charges after consultation with the U.S. Attorney," Fox News reported. Some conservatives online were quick to draw comparisons to the Jan. 6 riot itself. Fox News host Tucker Carlson noted many of those who stormed the Capitol that day had themselves been charged with unlawful entry, and are now facing serious jail time.
|Russia's Ukrainian Invasion May End
Monomaniacal Focus on Carbon Emissions
Every now and then droplets of reality splash on the noggins of the world's big thinkers. Russia's invasion of Ukraine seems to have highlighted – to all but the Biden administration – the folly of a single-minded attempt to curb carbon emissions, emissions which by the way may be more of a boon to the well-being of the earth and its inhabitants than not. In Foreign Policy, Ted Nordhaus suggests the invasion may end the cold war on fossil fuels. He argues that global leaders have had too great a focus on carbon emissions while ignoring questions of affordability and reliability of energy supply, and those are policies that most hurt the poor.
|Germany to Fire Up Coal Plants as
Russia Turns Down the Gas;
May Propose Heating Cap, Reconsider Fracking Ban
Germany must limit its use of gas for electricity production and prioritize the filling of storage facilities to compensate for a drop in supply from Russia, Economy Minister Robert Habeck said Sunday. In a move that goes against the principles of his environmentally-friendly Green Party, the country will also have to increase the burning of coal, Habeck said. Germany has come under intense criticism in the past, particularly from the United States, for its reliance on cheap Russian energy sources, which Washington has always seen as a security risk for Europe.
|Electricity Cost Rising 50% In Much
of Illinois and
Risk of Brownouts Looms
Unquestionably, however, the rush to green energy is playing a major underlying role in rising prices and capacity shortfall. Both Illinois and the federal government put a target on the back of the whole fossil fuel industry, stifling investment therein and quickening the closure of traditional power sources. And renewable sources just aren't ready to fill the void.
|Climate Czar Kerry Ripped Over
'We absolutely don't' Need To Drill For More Oil
Kerry, speaking at an event hosted by the University of Southern California's Center of Public Diplomacy last Friday, railed against fossil fuels, saying that energy security concerns are "driving" complaints that the U.S. needs to perform more domestic drilling and return to coal. "No, we don't," he said. "We absolutely don't. And we have to prevent a false narrative from entering into this…"
|Ketchup Kerry is out of touch with reality|
|Elon Musk says Biden, Democratic
'controlled by unions': 'Next-level insanity'
Musk took particular issue with the Democratic Party's strong relationship with union leadership... He reiterated, "They have so much power over the White House that they can exclude Tesla from an EV summit – insane." Musk took issue with Biden praising GM CEO Mary Barra at the EV summit for leading the "EV revolution," in a quarter where GM delivered just 26 electric vehicles. "That's some next-level insanity," Musk said.
|Ford Issues Stop-Sale Notice for
'Mustang' Mach-E Over Battery Issues
On Monday, Ford Motor Co. notified dealers that it would be issuing a stop-sale notice for the all-electric "Mustang" Mach-E. The note made mention that the high-voltage contacts on the battery could overheat and cause malfunctions – potentially causing the vehicle to lose power while in operation or even fail to start.
|Hey Biden. Don't buy this electric car.|
|Is It Ethical to Purchase a Lithium
Battery Powered EV?
Today, a typical EV battery weighs one thousand pounds. It contains 25 pounds of lithium, 60 pounds of nickel, 44 pounds of manganese, 30 pounds cobalt, 200 pounds of copper, and 400 pounds of aluminium, steel, and plastic. Inside are over 6,000 individual lithium-ion cells. It should concern you that all those toxic components come from mining. For instance, to manufacture each EV auto battery, you must process 25,000 pounds of brine for the lithium, 30,000 pounds of ore for the cobalt, 5,000 pounds of ore for the nickel, and 25,000 pounds of ore for copper. All told, you dig up 500,000 pounds of the earth's crust for just one battery.
|"The only thing more dangerous than ignorance is arrogance." —Albert Einstein|
|The Environmental Impact of Lithium
Institute for Energy Research
During the Obama-Biden administration, hydraulic fracturing was accused of causing a number of environmental problems – faucets on fire, contamination of drinking water, etc. – but the administration’s own Environmental Protection Agency could not validate those accusations. Now Biden is planning to transition the transportation sector to electric vehicles that are powered by lithium batteries and require other critical metals where China dominates the market.
|India and China Coal Production
Surging By 700M Tons Per Year:
That's Greater Than All U.S. Coal Output
If you think the world is moving beyond coal, think again. The post-Covid economic rebound and surging electricity demand have resulted in big increases in coal prices and coal demand. Since January, the Newcastle benchmark price for coal has doubled. And over the past few weeks, China and India have announced plans to increase their domestic coal production by a combined total of 700 million tons per year.
|Fauci Won’t Commit to
‘Stop Funding Chinese’ Research with U.S. Tax Dollars
Dr. Anthony Fauci said he’s unable to commit to stopping federal funding from going to Chinese scientific research, even as the U.S. intelligence community assesses the Chinese regime as America’s top adversary... In one experiment at the Wuhan facility, funded by NIH via EcoHealth, mice infected with a modified version of the original bat coronavirus “became sicker than those infected” with the original version, an “unexpected result” that was not “something that the researchers set out to do.”
|“Dr. Fauci’s remarks prove that China is the drug he just can’t quit”|
|The Biden Economy Shows the Folly
As former Clinton Treasury Secretary Larry Summers – the man who predicted President Joe Biden's inflation – stated, "I think when inflation is as high as it is right now, and unemployment is as low as it is right now, it's almost always been followed, within two years, by recession." All of this was perfectly predictable.
Illegal Migrants on Terror Watch List Have Been Caught at the Border So
Far This Year – More Than Total Number Apprehended in Last Five Years
Since the fiscal year began in October, 50 migrants who appeared in the federal Terrorist Screening Dataset have been intercepted while trying to cross into the U.S. between official checkpoints at the southern border, according to Customs and Border Patrol statistics. That's up from just 15 for the 2021 fiscal year, three in 2020, none in 2019, six in 2018 and two in 2017 according to the enforcement statistics data released on Wednesday by CBP.
1800 Migrants Apprehended in
West Texas Border Sector in Single Day
Officials report that Del Rio Sector Border Patrol agents apprehended nearly 1,800 migrants in a 48-hour period ending Saturday afternoon. The apprehensions made the sector the busiest in the nation on that day. Del Rio Sector Chief Patrol Agent Jason D. Owens tweeted photos of agents apprehending large groups of migrants on Saturday, June 18. At the time he tweeted, Del Rio agents had apprehended 1,780 migrants – many in large migrant groups of up to 400.
|Smithfield Plans to Close
Over Costly Red Tape and Regulations
Smithfield Foods is withdrawing from California by early next year, citing red tape like that from Proposition 12 and the generally high costs of doing business in the state. Products such as bacon, sausage, hot dogs, dinner sausage, bone-In-hams, and sliced hams, will cease being produced at Smithfield's Farmer John meat packing plant in Vernon, CA... Smithfield said it was heading for the exits "due to the escalating cost of doing business in California."
|Michigan AG Says 'drag queens make
Suggests 'drag queen for every school'
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel reportedly said Wednesday that "drag queens make everything better" and that there should be "a drag queen for every school" during an event in Lansing. Nessel, who was the first openly gay person elected to statewide office in Michigan, made the comments during a civil rights conference while speaking out against what she describes as efforts to divide Americans, Craig Mauger of the Detroit News reported on Twitter.
|Nolte: Disney's Big, Gay
Is the Latest Woke Box Office Flop
Lightyear, the latest piece of child grooming media from the predators at the Walt Disney Co., is looking like a box office catastrophe, which is only a surprise to those who don't live in the real world. Gee, what do you think will happen when you add some high-profile homosexuality to a kiddie movie? ... Here's the bottom line, Disneytards: You don't gay up Toy Story.
|Disney World Employee Among 12
In Undercover Child Sex Predator Sting
A Walt Disney World employee is among a group of 12 people arrested by Florida law enforcement agencies as a result of an undercover operation focused on the online solicitation of minors. The individuals arrested range in age from 20-years-old to 67-years-old, and a total of 12 people face a total of 49 felony charges. Four suspects allegedly showed up to an undercover location multiple times in Polk County to meet with whom they believed to be children "to sexually batter them."
|BUSTED: Teacher Arrested for Having
Sex with a
13-Year-Old Boy at Lunchtime
Is our education system totally dead? I always knew it was filled with liberals, biased, and in dire need of help. That education gap has only increased with the COVID lockdowns. ... I'm talking about all these freaks we have as teachers. The ones doling out puberty blockers to kids. The ones telling students not to tell their parents about their sexually explicit lessons and homework. These aren't high schoolers. They're pre-teens. They're kindergartens – and these woke teachers want to make them all gay or trans.
|Virginia Governor Amends Budget to
Restore State's School Choice Program
Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin made a significant move to bolster the state's school choice efforts, releasing a statement on Wednesday that he sent "thirty-eight budget amendments" to two budget bills, which included "expanding opportunities for education." "We're … restoring educational freedom by protecting the education scholarship tax credits which expand parental choice."
|Whistleblower Documents Show
Chicago Teachers Union
Sharing Race-Based Lessons
The Jesse Sullivan for Governor campaign is calling to defund the Chicago Teachers Union for pushing radical curriculum after receiving whistleblower documents that show members sharing race-based lessons they've used in the classroom. The campaign reportedly obtained Facebook messages from a whistleblower from CTU's private Facebook group from the past two years that, according to the campaign, violate the prohibition of using taxpayer funds for political activities, outlined by the Illinois Governmental Ethics Act & State Employees Ethics Act.
|Male Blood Donor, 66, Turned Away
from Clinic After
He Refused to Answer a Question On Whether He Was Pregnant
Over nearly 50 years, Leslie Sinclair has given a formidable 125 pints of blood. But on his last trip he was turned away after refusing to answer a question on whether or not he was pregnant. Mr Sinclair, 66, was told to fill in a form which asked whether he was expecting a child or had been pregnant in the past six months.
Week ending 12 June 2022
|Mother Tells Congress
Gun Control Laws
Didn't Save Her Son Because They…Do…Not…Work
During her testimony, Hughes Klucken stated, "Words can't describe how hard it is to bury a child. My son's death was the result of a criminal with an evil heart and a justice system failing to hold him accountable for the laws he had already broken. You see, a convicted felon killed my son with an illegally obtained gun. Our gun control lobbyists and politicians claim that their policies will save lives and reduce violence. Well, those policies did not save my son."
|Uvalde Shows Once Again
That Cops Are Just Armed Bureaucrats
As Americans debate the proper response to the horrific mass shooting of schoolchildren in Uvalde, Texas, it's important to dispense with our fanciful ideas about how police agencies operate. Toward that end, Uvalde's school police chief and local police officials have provided Americans with a remarkable case study of real-world ineptitude... Essentially, law enforcement behaved like armed bureaucrats. Large numbers of cops showed up. They hid behind walls to protect themselves. They milled around, conferred, and secured the perimeter, as the shooter emptied his weapon on helpless kids. They certainly wrote reports. As one headline noted, "Police delays may have deprived Texas schoolchildren of lifesaving care, experts say." That's a safe bet.
|Biden and His Demos Unleashed a
Record Surge in Mass Violence
The numbers are in – and they are indisputable. There was an unprecedented spike in murders nationwide in 2020, which spilled over into 2021 and 2022. That included significant increases in the number of "active shooter" and "mass shooter" incidents in those years – and there will be new records set in Demo-controlled urban centers again this year. What happened?
|The Sovietization of American Life
Victor Davis Hanson
One day historians will look back at the period beginning with the COVID lockdowns of spring 2020 through the midterm elections of 2022 to understand how America for over two years lost its collective mind and turned into something unrecognizable and antithetical to its founding principles. "Sovietization" is perhaps the best diagnosis of the pathology. It refers to the subordination of policy, expression, popular culture, and even thought to ideological mandates.
|Biden Administration Implements a
Racial Spoils System on the QT
The Biden administration is doubling down on the color-conscious policies that were the hallmark of its first year in office through a series of "action plans," which it released through every executive bureaucracy last month. Only this time, in a bid to avert legal reversals, the administration is concealing its racial spoils system under bureaucratic euphemisms.
|Full report 14-page PDF|
|The Numbers Are In: Trump's Tax
Cuts Paid Off
The Congressional Budget Office's May 2022 forecast shows that the government now expects to bring in more tax revenue in the decade following the 2017 "Trump tax cuts" than it had projected prior to the December 2017 passage of tax reform... Lawmakers should unapologetically push to permanently extend tax reforms that drive investment and growth in America, while simultaneously plucking the nation's overdrawn credit card away from their overspending colleagues.
|Hawley and Grassley Receive
Evidence from Whistleblower Showing
DHS Intent to Weaponize Social Media to Control Information
Thanks to a DHS whistleblower who has come forward to Senators Josh Hawley and Chuck Grassley, we are now seeing the direct evidence of how the Fourth Branch of Government, specifically the Dept of Homeland Security, were planning to take control over public discussion on Big Tech platforms... In July of 2021 the first admission of the official agenda behind the public-private partnership was made public. What we are seeing now is an extension of the government control mechanisms, combined with a severe reaction by all stakeholders to the latest development in the Twitter takeover.
|Ashli Babbitt's Widower Speaks Out
On January 6 Hearing,
Claims Committee Ignores Her Death
Following the January 6 Committee's first primetime hearing, Ashli Babbitt's widower spoke out to Fox News about members of the panel and criticized the Capitol police officer who shot and killed her. Babbitt, a veteran and unarmed Trump supporter, was fatally shot in the neck by Lt. Michael Byrd on the day of the riot as protesters amassed on the other side of a door from the lawman.
|Watchdog Suit Forces DOJ to Release
Criminal Prosecution of Ashli Babbitt's Shooter
Legal watchdog group Judicial Watch says it has received 102 pages of new Justice Department records related to the fatal shooting of Jan. 6 protester Ashli Babbitt. Included in the documents is a memo recommending that the United States Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia "decline for criminal prosecution" the fatal shooting of Babbitt.
|Recall, Remove & Replace
Every Last Soros Prosecutor
Sen. Tom Cotton
Last year, our nation experienced the largest increase in murder in American history and the largest number of drug overdose deaths ever recorded. This carnage continues today and is not distributed equally. Instead, it is concentrated in cities and localities where radical, left-wing, George Soros progressives have captured state and district attorney offices. These legal arsonists condemn our rule of law as "systemically racist" and have not simply abused prosecutorial discretion, they have embraced prosecutorial nullification.
|What Global Warming?
Australia Endures Record Breaking Cold
Why do I describe price rises as "skyrocketing green energy bills"? That is because Australia's deep green politicians are directly responsible for the energy prices Aussies are experiencing, as they try to stay warm through this Antarctic blast. Green political hostility towards coal and gas development created Australia's energy shortage problem, by discouraging investment in affordable energy resources, and choking off the supply of bank finance for building and maintenance of coal plants.
|The Aussies are now entering winter. What will the U.S. winter look like?|
|Battery Shortage Is Affecting U.S.
Drive to Replace Fossil Fuels With Other Sources
U.S. renewable energy developers have delayed or scrapped several big battery projects meant to store electrical power on the grid in recent months, scuttling plans to replace fossil fuels with wind and solar energy. At least a dozen storage projects meant to support growing renewable energy supplies have been postponed, canceled or renegotiated as labor and transport bottlenecks, soaring minerals prices, and competition from the electric vehicle industry crimp supply.
|The Fantasy of Storing Wind Power|
|Hang Michael Avenatti Around the
Until Christ Returns in Glory
Never let the media forget their worship of this idiot, which included suggesting Avenatti might make a good future president. Oh yes, and breathless pillow talk about him as "the savior of the Republic." Bring Avenatti up to Ronan Farrow, the crooked opposition researcher who in May of 2018 dined out with Michael Avenatti. Remind CNN, NBC, ABC, the Washington Post and New York Times that they made this man their hero.
|Methodist Church's First Drag Queen
Pastor: 'God Is Nothing'
In a new poem, a gender-bending minister for the nation's third-largest denomination says that queerness is divine.
Last year, the United Methodist Church accepted Isaac Simmons, who regularly preaches dressed as a drag queen under the name Ms. Penny Cost, as a candidate for ordination. Since that time, Simmons, who serves as an associate pastor at Hope United Methodist Church in Bloomington, Illinois, has challenged basic theological concepts, projecting a worldview where divinity rests not in God but in queerness.
|Over $200K Being Spent On Drag
At NYC Schools, Records Show
New York is showering taxpayer funds on a group that sends drag queens into city schools – often without parental knowledge or consent – even as parents in other states protest increasingly aggressive efforts to expose kids to gender-bending performers. Last month alone, Drag Story Hour NYC – a nonprofit whose outrageously cross-dressed performers interact with kids as young as 3 – earned $46,000 from city contracts for appearances at public schools, street festivals, and libraries, city records show.
|Seven NEW Hunter Biden Scandals the
Nets Refuse to Report On
The scandalous hits from Hunter Biden keep coming, but you wouldn't know it if you get your news primarily from the Big Three (ABC, CBS, NBC) broadcast networks. From very serious allegations of corruption that that could hurt President Joe Biden's credibility (Hunter's business partners visiting the White House) to the kind of salacious headlines that would dominate the news cycles if this was a son of a Republican president (Hunter allegedly cavorts around with an illegal gun while with a hooker) the nets have been completely silent.
|State Department to Announce Global
'Racial Equity' Chief, Leaked Email Shows
According to the Daily Caller, the position was first announced in April by the State Department's own "Equity Action Plan. But the newly-obtained email reveals more details about the power that the position will have, including "institutionaliz[ing] an enterprise-wide approach to integrating racial and ethnic equity." The email also declares that "advancing equity, addressing systemic racism, and strengthening democracy worldwide" will be considered "national security imperatives and core tenets of President Biden's foreign policy."
|Another doomed policy to waste tax dollars|
|Biden Admin Takes Major Step to
Roll Back Trump's
Jerusalem Embassy Move, May Violate 1995 Embassy Act
The Biden administration elevated diplomatic relations with the Palestinian government, in what diplomats warn is the first step to walking back the United States' historic recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital. The State Department confirmed to the Washington Free Beacon that a new Office of Palestinian Affairs will be established in Jerusalem and act independently of the U.S. ambassador to Israel's office there. The formation of a separate diplomatic office bolsters U.S. relations with the Palestinian government and ould violate the Jerusalem Embassy Act of 1995, which mandated that a single U.S. embassy be established in the holy city.
|California Rep. Speier Claims She's
'victim of gun violence' in House, Ignoring Rep. Scalise
Rep. Jackie Speier, D-Calif., claimed Wednesday that she is the only member of the U.S. House who is a victim of gun violence, appearing to forget Rep. Steve Scalise, R-La., in her pitch for more gun control. Speier survived five gunshot wounds after being ambushed by Peoples Temple members during the 1978 Jonestown massacre. Her Republican colleague, Scalise, was shot during a 2017 congressional baseball game by a left-wing domestic terrorist who was targeting Republicans. They both suffered life-threatening injuries from the shootings.
|It only counts if you're a Dem|
|Stacey Abrams On Board of
Foundation Awarding Millions to
Woke Professors Pushing Prison Abolition, CRT
Abrams, who is taking another shot at running for Georgia governor, is currently listed as a board member at the Seattle-based Marguerite Casey Foundation, a private grant-making foundation named after Marguerite Casey, the sister of UPS founder Jim Casey. The far-left foundation has repeatedly voiced support for defunding and abolishing the police. Abrams, who has tried to distance herself from the hardline rhetoric of the #DefundThePolice movement in the past, has received at least $52,500 in income from the foundation, according to her financial disclosures.
|Professor, "I wanted to be a communist for life"|
|Pennsylvania Dem Says
'Diseased' GOP Must Be 'Cleansed' After Preaching 'Unity'
Pennsylvania Democratic congresswoman Chrissy Houlahan has attributed her past electoral success to her focus on "civility" and "unity." Now, she says the Republican Party is "diseased" and must be "cleansed." "This is, in my opinion, a diseased Republican Party. And it needs to be cured and cleansed," Houlahan said. "So the stakes of having a Republican, as an example, in my seat are more than just policy differences. They are democracy, in my opinion."
|Judge Sides with Home Depot After
Employees from Wearing Black Lives Matter Imagery
A judge ruled Friday that a complaint accusing Home Depot of interfering with workers' rights by not allowing them to wear Black Lives Matter messaging should be tossed out. The U.S. National Labor Relations Board's general counsel had claimed the company was violating federal law by preventing staff from wearing "Black Lives Matter" imagery on their aprons which administrative law judge Paul Bogas disagreed with, according to Bloomberg.
|The Surprising Ways Biden's NIMBY
Could Affect You Sooner Than You Think
As President Biden chooses to beg some of the world's most notorious dictators to drill for more oil, prices continue to rise even when they agree. If you haven't picked up on the new energy strategy, you can think of it as a "Not in my backyard," or NIMBY, energy policy. Instead of pulling the abundant oil and natural gas out of our own soil, the Biden administration will erect unreliable solar and wind farms and import the fossil fuels that run society from countries where the extraction methods are far more environmentally destructive.
|Will 911 responders exhaust their fuel budget?|
|Higher Ed: Bill Would Fund Voucher
Instead of State-Related Colleges
Pennsylvania Republicans are looking to shake up higher education by the creation of a voucher program granting hundreds of millions of dollars directly to students – but would fund it with taxpayer money that otherwise goes to the commonwealth's state-related universities. The growing gap between the public's approval of higher ed along political lines is starting to show as Republicans question how much good universities are doing for the public.
|Putin Carries Poop Case When He
Travels Outside Moscow to
Hide Possible Health Problems
Russian President Vladimir Putin carries a suitcase filled with his own excrement and urine out of fear it might reveal too much information about his health should it fall into the wrong hands, according to reports. "Putin fears the possibility of any information about his health getting into the hands of foreign intelligence services," Rebekah Koffler, president of Doctrine & Strategy Consulting and a former DIA intelligence officer, told Fox News Digital.
Week ending 5 June 2022
|The Day the Electricity
Imagine one of your kids freezing to death in your home. Eleven-year-old Cristian Pineda's mother found her son dead during the Texas blackout in February 2021. Or you have a power outage for three days, losing a couple of hundred dollars worth of food because your refrigerator didn't work, as Michelle Jones did last summer. The food she had just bought to feed herself, her daughter, and her granddaughter spoiled without electricity. This is likely to become all too common in the future. Why?
|Voters, Not NRA Money,
Drive the Resistance to Gun Control
In 2020, Rep. Steve Scalise (R-La.) was the top recipient of money from members of the "gun rights" industry. According to Open Secrets, his campaign received a total of $142,653 for the 2019-2020 cycle. That put the so-called gun lobby at 33 on the list, far behind other industries, like real estate and accounting. Scalise's corporate-connected and PAC donors tell a similar story. In spite of what the liberal media says, you won't find the National Rifle Association, Smith & Wesson or anybody else from the "gun lobby" among the top contributors to Republican leaders.
|Reagan Delivers Famous
'Boys of Pointe du Hoc' D-Day Speech
On June 6, 1984, President Ronald Reagan spoke at the dedication of the U.S. Ranger Monument at Pointe du Hoc, France. In the audience were 62 of the surviving Rangers who attacked the cliffs of France 40 years before. These words are from Reagan’s speech that day. “We stand on a lonely, windswept point on the northern shore of France. The air is soft, but 40 years ago at this moment, the air was dense with smoke and the cries of men, and the air was filled with the crack of rifle fire and the roar of cannon. At dawn, on the morning of the 6th of June, 1944, 225 Rangers jumped off the British landing craft and ran to the bottom of these cliffs. Their mission was one of the most difficult and daring of the invasion: to climb these sheer and desolate cliffs and take out the enemy guns...”
|Full speech video|
|Biden Admin May Relax China Tariffs
In Bid to
Ease Inflation, Commerce Secretary Says
President Joe Biden's administration is considering a drawdown of tariffs on Chinese goods in an effort to combat record-high inflation in the U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo confirmed the potential move on Sunday, saying Biden has personally asked her team to look into the issue. Inflation in the U.S. hit a 40-year high in March and is expected to escalate in the coming months.
|Dozens of Georgia Churches Split
United Methodist Church Over LGBTQ Issues
Seventy churches in Georgia split from the United Methodist Church (UMC) last week largely over LGBTQ issues, marking the latest in a growing divide within the third-largest Protestant denomination in the United States. The North Georgia Conference voted last Thursday to allow the churches, most of which were in rural areas, to disaffiliate from the UMC. The process for disaffiliation was laid out by the 2019 General Conference of The United Methodist Church through 2023, according to the North Georgia United Methodist Church Conference website.
|California Passes Bill to Prevent
Reporting Students with Behavioral Issues to Law Enforcement
On the heels of the Uvalde school shooting, California has passed a bill removing requirements for schools to report threats against school officials to law enforcement. On Thursday, the bill, SB-1273 was passed by the California State Senate, merely days after the tragedy in Uvalde. Lawmakers claim the bill is an attempt at racial equity, stating that minority students are disproportionately reported to law enforcement for violent or disruptive behavior. Instead of mandatory reporting of violent behavioral issues to authorities, school officials will now have the option to deal with them internally. Like most woke policies, the consequences of SB-1273 are dangerous.
|What could go wrong?|
|Poll: Strong Majority Favor Arming
The investigation into how everything went so horribly wrong in Uvalde is ongoing and will likely take quite a while to sort through. But the one thing's been obvious from the beginning is that it took far too long for someone with a gun to make it into that classroom and put down the maniac who was killing innocent children and teachers. With that in mind, a question that's been hotly debated in the past is back on the table once again. What if there had already been someone with a gun in the classroom when the shooter arrived?
|A Response to the Latest
Vilification Campaign Against the NRA
So as we begin our day of studying the Law, we say to each and every hate group, we reject your sick and twisted lies against us, for exactly the same reason we reject the blood libels against every race, every religion, and every other group: We reject Satan and all his works.
|Fathers: The Family Component
Missing from Mass Shooters' Lives
Senate Democrats considered gun control legislation last week in response to the mass school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, but Republicans questioned whether such a response would actually address the real problem. "Why is our culture suddenly producing so many young men who want to murder innocent people?" asked Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah. "Could things like fatherlessness, the breakdown of families, isolation from civil society, or the glorification of violence be contributing factors?"
|Lyin' Biden Falsely Claims Jan. 6
'Killed Two Police Officers' in Speech at Alma Mater
President Joe Biden falsely claimed that January 6 rioters at the U.S. Capitol "killed two police officers" while giving the commencement address at his alma mater Saturday. Biden and several top Democrats have repeated the debunked claim previously, but the president's latest assertion of it came at the University of Delaware, where Biden graduated in 1965. No police officers died during the riots, and one who died the following day was found to have died of natural causes.
|Continues long string of commencement lies|
|If Joe Biden Cared About Gun Laws,
Hunter Biden Would Already Be In Jail
President Joe Biden is on a full-blown crusade to regulate or repeal the Second Amendment out of existence. While Democrats are often not honest about their intentions, this has always been their true agenda. Biden's son, Hunter, who appeared to purchase a gun illegally in 2018, could be among those hardest hit... Details aside, President Biden doesn't have room to speak on gun control until his son faces, at minimum, a substantive criminal investigation into his answers on a background check when purchasing a firearm in 2018.
Old Man Shouts at Navy Grads
That Putin Wants to 'Findalize' Europe
"Biden appears to be the first person ever to use the word 'Findalize.' He was actually trying to say that Putin was trying to Finlandize Europe, that is, make it a neutral zone between the U.S. and Russia. But the Big Guy couldn't quite manage to get 'Finlandize' out, so we got 'Findalize,' and by this point, the WhiteHouse.gov transcriber, who must get combat pay when it comes time to transcribe a Biden speech, had apparently given up in despair, as the transcript leaves 'Findalize' there without even attempting to clear up what Old Joe was actually trying to say."
Did Lyin' Biden Do It Again?
Story Told to Naval Academy Grads Stuns Reporters
Biden told the midshipmen that he applied to the Naval Academy in 1965. He told a tale of applying to the Academy with a letter from then-Delaware Senator J. Caleb Boggs. However, in 1965, Biden graduated from the University of Delaware. He wouldn't have been applying for graduate courses at the Naval Academy because there were none. The tale was an odd one, mixing his dream of playing football with his interest in the Naval Academy.
|Fact-check: Could Individuals
Own Cannons During the Revolutionary War?
"From the very beginning you weren't allowed to have certain weapons. You weren't allowed to own a cannon during the Revolutionary War as an individual, said Joe Biden" The campaign was unable to come up with an example of a law banning private ownership of cannons, and historians of the period doubt that any existed. To the contrary, there are documented instances of privateers, or privately owned vessels, setting sail with cannons during the period.
|Kamala Harris's Awkward Moments, a
President Joe Biden is known for his verbal missteps, but Vice President Kamala Harris, Biden's heir presumptive, is providing Republican operatives with just as much fodder before the 2022 midterm elections and a second possible White House campaign. Harris, whose communications shop has experienced quick-clip turnover, raised eyebrows this week with another instance of clunky speech-writing and awkward delivery.
|U.S. Forest Service Says It Started
New Mexico's Largest Wildfire
Two blazes that grew into New Mexico's largest ever wildfire were both started by the U.S. Forest Service... prompting the state's governor to demand the federal government take full responsibility for the disaster. Forest Service investigators determined the Calf Canyon Fire was caused by a "burn pile" of branches that the agency thought was out but reignited on April 19... that blaze on April 22 merged with the Hermits Peak Fire, which the USFS started with a controlled burn that went out of control on April 6, the agency previously reported.
|People Who Drink Coffee Daily Live
Longer, Study Says
Mounting evidence shows caffeine lovers who drink coffee daily are less likely to die early compared to those who don't, a new study suggests... Ultimately, they discovered that those who drank unsweetened coffee regularly were 15 to 21% less likely to die than the participants who didn't. The study also found that people who drank between one and four cups of lightly sweetened coffee every day were 29 to 31% less likely to die.
|Is there anything it can't do?|
|Democrats' Early Hopes for
Founder Amid String of Legal Reversals
Democrats had high hopes of securing a competitive edge in congressional elections for the foreseeable future after a series of redistricting wins earlier this year – but they've come crashing back to earth with a string of recent legal reversals both major and minor... In addition to Democratic gerrymandering efforts backfiring, several Republican efforts to redraw the maps have been upheld amid a wave of legal challenges.
|IRS Squanders Nearly $1B In
Erroneous Pandemic Credits,
Won't Try to Recoup
This week's Golden Horseshoe is awarded to the IRS for issuing almost $1 billion in improper pandemic tax credits – and rebuffing an inspector general's recommendations to recover the erroneous payments. The tax collectors issued potentially $898 million in improper Recovery Rebate Credits (RRCs) to ineligible individuals, including potential nonresident aliens, according to a final audit report by the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration.
|Rand Paul Demands Answers About
Getting Money from Drug Companies They're Supposed to Oversee
At issue here is the flow of money between the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the companies and groups it works with. "Last year, the National Institutes of Health – Anthony Fauci's employer – doled out $30 billion in government grants to roughly 56,000 recipients," Adam Andrzejewski of OpenTheBooks explains. "That largess of taxpayer money buys a lot of favor and clout within the scientific, research, and healthcare industries. However… hundreds of millions of dollars in payments also flow the other way. These are royalty payments from third-party payers (think pharmaceutical companies) back to the NIH and individual NIH scientists."
|Misappropriation: DHS Using 'Border
Barrier' Funds to
Improve Safety for Migrants
Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas has approved the use of border barrier funds, not to build a border barrier or wall, but to spend on projects that will improve safety for border agents – and illegal border crossers... "In addition, as DHS moves forward with the projects announced today, it continues to call on Congress to cancel remaining appropriations for barrier system construction and instead specifically fund smart border security measures, like border technology at and between ports of entry, that are proven to be more effective at improving safety and security at the border.
|New Jersey Officials: Democrat Phil
Gave $10M in Coronavirus Funds to Illegal Aliens
As Breitbart News reported last year, Murphy provided the state's nearly half a million illegal aliens with rounds of stimulus checks to the sum of tens of millions of dollars – paid for by American taxpayers – that was meant as coronavirus relief for Americans. Now, the state's Office of Legislative Services is accusing Murphy of improperly allocating $10 million to fund stimulus checks for illegal aliens in New Jersey.
|'Tax the Rich'? North Carolina Dem
More Than $1 Mil in Cayman Islands Fund
As Democrats call on the rich to "pay their fair share" in taxes, North Carolina congresswoman Kathy Manning (D.) has more than $1 million stashed in a Cayman Islands-based fund. One of the wealthiest members of Congress, Manning and her husband hold more than $1 million in Seven Bridges Multi-Strategy Fund Ltd., her financial disclosure shows. The private fund is located in the Cayman Islands, a notorious tax haven for America's elite, according to SEC filings.
|I'm not shocked. Are you shocked?|
|Sounds of Dynamite Blasting, Piles
of Rubble at Turbine Site
In the hills of this town and portions of neighboring Hanover, a major green-energy project has taken on the look of an environmental disaster. Concrete litters parts of the landscape while nearby residents worry streams and creeks are becoming contaminated as blasting activities have created a scar for homeowners and wildlife. What was once a quiet and serene natural setting has become an assembly line operation due to faulty concrete foundations that were poured and are now needed to be removed as part of the Ball Hill Wind Farm.
Clinton County Commissioners Lay Out Objections To
Proposed Solar Power Generation Project
In a Wednesday press release, each Clinton County commissioner stated objections to a Chicago company's proposal to build a 300-megawatt solar power generation facility in southern Clinton County. "I remain concerned about the lack of oversight, maintenance and upkeep over a long, 30-plus-years installation as well as end-of-life removal and disposal of the equipment," Woods continued. "Agreement has not been reached on essential terms for Clinton County, including substantial increases in all setbacks and authority to approve or deny stormwater mitigation plans. This [stipulation] agreement does not protect the county and its citizens who are directly affected. We do not want this for our Clinton County residents."
|Biden Education Head Defends
In Girls Sports, Not Telling Parents About Trans Kids
President Joe Biden's Education Secretary Michael Cardona said biological males should be able to compete against girls in school sports and that schools should not have to tell parents about their child's gender transition... The education secretary made headlines earlier this year after reports surfaced that he solicited the controversial National School Boards Association letter last fall that conflated concerned parents with domestic terrorists.
|Teachers Explain How They Push
'Gender Lessons' On Young Children
Teachers across the country revealed the strategies they use to teach young children about gender ideology in a Friday article published by the Washington Post. Teachers discussed the various ways they are injecting gender-related discussions into their lessons, including comments about using hormones to stop menstrual periods and declining to state that sexual anatomy is gender-specific, according to the Washington Post. One transgender teacher makes a point of telling students about the process of gender transitions, including with personal testimony.
|Pizza Hut Features 'drag kids' Book
Children As Young As Kindergarten
Pizza Hut is featuring a book about "drag kids" as one of the books promoted by its "Book It!" reading incentive program aimed at children in pre-kindergarten through 6th grade. The "Book It!" website features a book titled "Big Wig," and states that the reading is geared toward children in pre-kindergarten through 3rd grade. "Big Wig" is a picture book that "celebrates drag kids," according to a description on the Simon & Schuster website.
|Study Shows Mask Usage Did Not
Protect Wearer and
Those Wearing Masks Had Higher Death Rates
A study comparing data between counties in Kansas found that those that mandated masks for COVID-19 had a higher rate of death than those that did not. The author, German physician Zacharias Foegen, chose Kansas because that state allowed each of its 105 counties to decide whether or not to require masks. A total of 81 counties decided not to implement the measure. The paper published by the journal Medicine, "The Foegen Effect: A Mechanism by Which Facemasks Contribute to the COVID-19 Case Fatality Rate," concluded that "contrary to the accepted thought that fewer people are dying because infection rates are reduced by masks, this was not the case," National File reported.
Week ending 29 May 2022
|The Word No One Mentions
When Discussing School Shootings
It happens again and everybody runs to their corner and restates a formerly held position. Liberals blame guns. Conservatives want to beef up security. No one asks the central question; why are kids shooting up schools? Schools are the target. Schools are the objective. Schools are the focal point. What are schools doing that makes them so hated?... Narcissists' teaching budding narcissists' is not a healthy diet for the soul of our country.
|A Cabinency of Dunces
Victor Davis Hanson
As the nation sinks inexplicably into self-created crisis after crisis, debate rages whether President Joe Biden is incompetent, mean-spirited, or an ideologue who feels the country's mess is his success. A second national discussion revolves around who actually is overseeing the current national catastrophe, given Biden's frequent bewilderment and cognitive challenges. But one area of agreement is the sheer craziness of Biden's Cabinet appointments, who have translated his incoherent ideology into catastrophic governance.
|Every Day Is Memorial Day at Dover
Air Force Base
The first stop back on U.S. soil for American service members killed overseas is Dover Air Force Base in Delaware. It's where their families wait, where VIPs gather and where the honor guard is called. It’s at this site where members of the Air Force mortuary affairs team have the solemn task of preparing the remains of America's war dead for burial. Every day is Memorial Day here. "There's not another mission exactly like it in the military," said Maj. Matthew Knight, senior chaplain at Dover.
|Extreme Respect – Utmost Honor
The Tomb of The Unknowns
|Flashback 30 Years: Guns Were in
and Nothing Happened
J. Christian Adams
The millennial generation might be surprised to learn that theirs is the first without guns in school. Just 30 years ago, high school kids rode the bus with rifles and shot their guns at high school rifle ranges. After another school shooting, it's time to ask: what changed? Cross guns off the list of things that changed in thirty years. In 1985, semi-automatic rifles existed, and a semi-automatic rifle was used in Florida. Guns didn't suddenly decide to visit mayhem on schools. Guns can't decide. We can also cross the Second Amendment off the list. It existed for over 200 years before this wickedness unfolded. Nothing changed in the Constitution. That leaves us with some uncomfortable possibilities remaining.
|Guns Aren't Radically Deadlier Than
They Were 50 Years Ago,
But Our Sick Culture Is
After another school shooting – this one at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, leaving at least 21 victims dead – politicians like President Joe Biden are already capitalizing on the tragedy to push their anti-gun agenda. They'll tell you that the vague category of "assault weapons" has no place in American citizens' hands, or seize the moment to vilify "the semiautomatic weapons that terrorize us" (as a New York Times essay put it). But these firearms have been accessible for decades – far before school shootings were such an unfortunately common occurrence.
|Schumer Blocks Senate GOP School
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., on Wednesday blocked a school safety bill that has Republicans crying foul. After the horrific mass shooting at a Uvalde, Texas, elementary school that killed 19 children and two teachers, Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wisc., asked for the Luke and Alex School Safety Act to be passed by unanimous consent.
|Narrative Fail: White Supremacists
Are NOT the
Most Likely Mass Murderers
Leave it to Joe Biden to ignore facts in his quest to distract from the results of his failed leadership. He blamed white supremacy, along with (of course) the gun lobby and "assault weapons" following the Buffalo supermarket murder spree last week. Ironically, less than 10% of mass public shootings have any ties at all to white supremacy. And whites commit less than their proportionate number of attacks. But the politically incorrect truth doesn't help Biden, Democrats, or their click-hungry allies in the media. In fact, the data show Middle Easterners make up less than one-half of one percent of Americans, yet they commit 9% of mass public shootings. That's more than those committed by the "white supremacists" Joe loves to go on about.
|Mass Shooting Facts to Shut Down
Your Lib Sister and Her Annoying,
Man-Bunned, Non-Binary 'Boy' Friend at Your Memorial Day BBQ
Kevin Downey Jr.
I bet Don Lemon only prays when there is a mass shooting. "Please, God, let the gunman be white." The lefty sitzpinkler at CNN came up with snake eyes yesterday because the shooter is Hispanic. That changes the narrative for the left. So, now the harridans from The View have their show prep for the next few days: go after the "gun lobby," Republican politicians, and those big, scary "assault rifles," or as they now call them, "weapons of war." Anyone engaging in this sort of boring drivel doesn't really want to stop the problem of mass shootings. They want to take our guns and have Republicans voted out.
|West Virginia Police Say Woman with
Stopped a Mass Shooting, Saved Lives
Charleston Police Department's Chief of Detectives Tony Hazelett credited an unnamed Charleston concealed carry license holder with stopping the threat following a shooting Wednesday evening. Police say Dennis Butler returned after being lectured about speeding through an apartment complex where kids were playing. He parked his car and began shooting at a graduation party with an AR-15. A woman among the group of 30 to 40 people saw Butler, 37, in his back seat firing on the group. Instead of running, Hazelett said, she engaged the threat, shooting and killing him.
|Good gal with a gun saves lives|
|Illegals Released By DHS Were Not
COVID-19 Before Taking Commercial Flights
A Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Office of Inspector General investigation found many migrants who illegally crossed the U.S.-Mexico border and later released by DHS were not tested for COVID-19 before they boarded commercial flights to other cities in the country. DHS has been relying on non-governmental organizations to test people for COVID-19 released by Border Patrol but there are towns who either don't have a non-governmental organization to conduct the testing or they do not have the capacity.
Census Grossly Undercounted Heartland States While Overcounting
Deep-Blue Areas; Will Shape Political Landscape for a Decade
Maybe it's coincidence or something else altogether, but a report released Thursday by the U.S. Census Bureau showed that several red states were undercounted in the 2020 census, while about an equal number of blue states were overcounted. One practical impact is that red states likely received less representation than they should in Congress, while blue states received more. And the kicker is the situation cannot be remedied until after the next census in 2030.
|Surprise, surprise! Are you shocked?|
|European Parliament Rejects
Discussion on Christian Persecution
Once again, a large governmental body has exposed itself as morally bankrupt if not wholly bereft of legitimacy. On May 18, 2022, the European Parliament, one of the European Union's legislative bodies, rejected a proposal to discuss the elephant in the room: the rampant persecution of Christians around the world. The proposal came in response to the May 12 stoning and burning to death of Deborah Samuel Jacob (Yakuba), a Christian student in Nigeria murdered by Muslims for thanking Jesus for her performance in a test, and, therefore, precipitating an allegation that she had somehow "blasphemed" against Muhammad.
|Supreme Court Turns Down Request to
Block Biden from Using Climate Model
In a response to the Supreme Court decision, Louisiana Solicitor General Elizabeth Murrill told The Epoch Times in an email: "The Administration's efforts to reorder the American economy using these made-up metrics underscores the truth of the one economist's statement that this is 'the most important number you never heard of.' We are disappointed with the Supreme Court's decision to not vacate the stay, but we are confident that we will be successful in reinstating the injunction after this matter is heard on the merits at the 5th Circuit.
|It's Not Just Spending – Biden's
69 Major Regulations Are Driving Inflation Too
The highest inflation in 40 years isn't driven just by record federal spending, a record government-driven labor shortage and record restrictions on US energy production. President Joe Biden's record regulation spree is also pushing prices higher. Stopping the bureaucratic assault on the economy is essential to taming inflation and giving families relief. The role of regulations in the inflation crisis is largely overlooked but shouldn't be. When Washington wraps the economy in red tape, businesses must spend massive sums on compliance.
|Ohio Man Shoots Intruder
Assaulting Homeowner During Attempted Break-In
Two Ohio homeowners shot an intruder who attempted a home invasion and assaulted the residents on Saturday, police say. Police say the intruder assaulted one of the residents, dragging them out of the home The other resident then grabbed a gun, shooting the intruder. Both the intruder and the resident who was assaulted are now in the hospital, according to Fox 19.
|Pushback: Total Victory for The
Against Attempt By Biden's Labor Board to Silence It
Another past blacklisted American has come away with a triumph for freedom! In April 2022 I reported how the National Labor Relations Board (NRLB) under the Biden administration and working with two leftist lawyers was attempting to silence the conservative news outlet The Federalist because of a very lame Twitter joke sent out by its publisher, Ben Domenech.
|Exclusive: State Farm Exec
Apologizes to Angry Agents,
Says 'We Made a Mistake With Our Involvement' With GenderCool
State Farm agents across the country fielded angry phone calls on Monday from customers who were either threatening to cancel their policies or who flat-out canceled them after hearing news that the company had partnered with The GenderCool Project to donate books regarding transgenderism and gender fluidity to schools in order to "increase representation of LGBTQ+ books and support our communities in having challenging, empowering, and important conversations with children Age 5+."
State Farm Pulls Support from Program Sending
Transgender Books for 5-Year-Olds, Responding to Outraged Agents
State Farm sent out a mass email to their staff today stating "we will no longer support that program" after they were exposed for supporting a project to push LGBTQ books into schools. A source tells me "the agents were really upset when we found out."... Will Hild told reporters: "We would hope State Farm would... cooperate with the governor's office or law enforcement in [Florida] and retrieve any of these books that may have been donated to public schools that by law now do not belong there."
State Farm: Creepy Grooming Neighbor Is There
Lord have mercy. These creepy groomers are like roaches. You stomp on one and a thousand more arrive. Parents need to be hypervigilant. Just as soon as you know all about grooming school teachers and the cretins at Disney, here comes your insurance agent providing gender books to your kids. Why on Earth would State Farm want to get involved with gender and LGBTQ issues? Make the world around us kinder? That's easy: be kind to everyone you meet. But, the insurance company decided not to take the temperature of the nation's parents and go for the creepy groomer vibe.
|Solar Showdown: Indian Villagers
Greenpeace's Useless FAKE Electricity
Eco-zealots have attempted to ram wind and solar power down the throats of Third World governments under the auspices of saving the planet and purportedly with the purpose of dragging millions out of poverty. But it never takes their targets long to work out that wind and solar power are both insanely expensive and hopelessly unreliable; sitting in the dark, night after night, generally does the trick.
|Texas Comptroller: Companies
'boycotting' Fossil Fuels
Could Lose State Funding
Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar sent a letter to 19 financial companies that he alleges could be 'boycotting the fossil fuel industry.' Hegar is asking the companies, including JP Morgan and Wells Fargo, to clarify their fossil fuel investment policies and procedures, and has requested a list of any mutual funds or exchange-traded funds in their portfolios that may prohibit or limit investment in fossil fuels.
|The ATF is Inflating 'Ghost Gun'
Secure More Funding from Congress
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is counting the number of Google searches for "ghost guns" claiming that the data supports their theory that homemade firearms are skyrocketing in popularity among criminals. The "ghost gun" crisis, which the ATF itself ginned up, appears to be nothing more than the agency's latest and most desperate attempt to increase its dwindling budget... The report repeats bogus "ghost gun" claims, which have already been debunked by dozens of senior law enforcement sources and a congressional whistleblower. In other words, ATF submitted a report to the President and to the Attorney General of the United States containing information it knew was false.
|A bogus report? Where have we seen that before?|
|Plan to Demolish 4 Hydroelectric
Dams on Klamath River
Stirs Debate Over Coveted West Water
California's second-largest river has sustained Native American tribes with plentiful salmon for millennia, provided upstream farmers with irrigation water for generations and served as a haven for retirees who built dream homes along its banks. Now, plans to demolish four hydroelectric dams on the Klamath's lower reaches – the largest such demolition project in U.S. history – have placed those competing interests in stark relief. Tribes, farmers, homeowners and conservationists all have a stake in the dams' fate.
|Biden Admin Wants Kids to Starve if
Schools Don't Let Boys Use Girls Showers and Bathrooms
The National School Lunch Program feeds approximately 30 million kids nationwide daily. But now, getting access to federal funds for the program will come with a huge catch: K-12 schools will have to allow boys into girls' bathrooms and locker rooms if they want to continue receiving funds for the school lunch program... "It seems to be playing politics with feeding poor kids, which is really unfortunate," John Elcesser, executive director of the Indiana Non-Public Education Association told The Federalist. "Because if a school feels like they cannot participate because it's in conflict with their mission or values, if a religious exemption is not granted, you're taking away a program that's feeding low-income kids."
|Obama tried the same gambit, was blocked by SCOTUS|
|Wisconsin Voters Sue 5 Cities Over
Unlawful Unmanned Ballot Drop Boxes in Elections
Voters in Wisconsin's five largest cities are suing over the use of illegal unmanned absentee ballot drop boxes in elections. Attorneys from the Thomas More Society, a nationwide public interest law firm, filed the legal complaints on May 25 on behalf of voters in Green Bay, Kenosha, Madison, Milwaukee, and Racine. Officials from the affected cities weren't immediately available for comment.
|North Carolina Preschool Uses LGBT
Depicting a Pregnant Man to Teach Kids Colors
A North Carolina preschool used flash cards featuring LGBTQ themes to teach kids colors, including one card depicting a pregnant man. "Schools should only be using age-appropriate materials, and these flashcards clearly do not meet that standard for a pre-school classroom," Republican State Rep. Erin Paré said in a statement after being alerted to the cards by a constituent, according to North Carolina Speaker of the House Tim Moore.
|Tennessee Principal Fired After
Dragging Special Needs Student Through School
The initial incident took place on Nov. 4, 2019 when an elementary special education student didn't comply with a request from Walter Hill Elementary principal Helen Campbell, according to Fox 17. When the student didn't comply with the request, Campbell and Bonnie Marlar, a teacher, grabbed him by the ankles and proceeded to drag him through the hallways, according to Director of Schools Bill Spurlock.
Week ending 22 May 2022
|Is Biden’s ‘Success’ Our
Victor Davis Hanson
If an administration deliberately wished to cause havoc on the border, to ensure fuel was nearly unaffordable, to create a crime wave, to spark 1970s hyperinflation, and to rekindle racial tensions, what would it have done differently than what President Joe Biden has done? So is Biden malicious, incompetent, or a wannabe left-wing ideologue?
|Why Progressive Policies
Fail Every Time
The current failure is the sixth time our country has experimented with so-called "progressive'' economic policies. It never works. As I described in a prior Epoch Times article, from 1913 to 2015 there were five periods consisting of 52 years when such policies were put into effect. During these years attempts to rely heavily on government to increase living standards had the opposite effect. They produced no increase in the real take-home pay of the average worker.
|Hillary Clinton Personally Approved
Trump-Russian Bank Allegations to Media, Campaign Manager Testifies
Former Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook testified Friday that then-Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton approved the dissemination of materials alleging a covert communications channel between the Trump Organization and Russia's Alfa Bank to the media, despite campaign officials not being "totally confident" in the legitimacy of the data. Former FBI General Counsel James Baker testified Thursday that the bureau investigated the data alleging a Trump connection to the Kremlin-linked bank, and found that "there was nothing there."
|Justice Coming for the 'Dirty 51'
Hunter Biden Laptop Liars
One of the most galling aspects of the Hunter Biden laptop saga is that the 51 former intelligence officials who played such a critical role in suppressing The Post's stories and giving Joe Biden cover before the 2020 election have never been brought to account... Their lie "probably affected the outcome" of the 2020 presidential race, as former Attorney General William Barr has said, describing the letter as "partisan hackery," "baseless" and signed by "a coterie of retired intelligence officials who had lost their professional bearings."
|Judge Blocks Biden Administration
from Lifting Title 42
A federal judge has blocked the Biden administration from ending Title 42, a border policy that has enabled border authorities to quickly expel illegal immigrants at the southern U.S. border back to Mexico on public health grounds amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The ruling means the CDC is blocked from terminating Title 42, and the policy will remain in place amid ongoing litigation until a final decision is made on the merits of the case. The full trial is likely to take many months.
|Exclusive: Key NIH Research
70 Secret Royalty Payments – GOP Outraged, Dems Silent
The secret royalty payments, which were first reported by The Epoch Times, are among thousands estimated to total at least $350 million paid between 2010 and 2020. Former NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins received 14 payments, Anthony Fauci, who heads NIH's National Institute for Allergies and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), received 23, and Clifford Lane, Fauci's chief deputy, got eight payments. "Anthony Fauci is a millionaire that has gotten rich off taxpayer dollars. He is a prime example of the bloated federal bureaucracy. This royalty system should be examined to ensure it isn't making matters worse," said Rep. Greg Steube (R-Fla.).
|Team Biden Quietly Admits
Math Error Behind Long Delays in Oil, Gas Permits
In an April 29 letter to industry leaders obtained by the Daily Caller News Foundation, the head of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says that a subagency “discovered a miscalculation” that has caused a massive backlog in permitting. Richard Spinrad acknowledged in his letter that the National Marine Fisheries Service -- the subagency tasked with analyzing the impact of offshore drilling projects on wildlife -- has used faulty computer modeling on such impacts. As a result, Spinrad wrote, the subagency overestimated wildlife effects, delaying permitting on existing leases.
|Energy Officials Issue 'Sobering'
Warning About Widespread
Summer Blackouts Triggered by Closure of Fossil Fuel Plants
Blackouts could hit much of America's Midwest and West this summer, according to a risk assessment from the North American Electric Reliability Corp. One of the issues is that in the rush to shutter plants powered by fossil fuels, energy providers have not made up for that capacity loss with other forms of energy... "Chief among these [shortages] are the mandates that utilities use more and more so-called renewable sources of energy – primarily from windmills and solar panels – while pressuring them to shut down fossil-fuel-fired generating plants and to decommission nuclear facilities," Steve Forbes wrote.
|'The whole world is against us':
Retired Colonel Gives Damning Assessment of Russia's War In
Ukraine On State TV
Russian state media's trumped-up narrative of Putin's glorious war in Ukraine was last night shattered by a retired colonel who gave an unusually frank and damning assessment of the situation on the frontlines and world stage. Mikhail Khodarenok, a former air defence commander and graduate of some of the Soviet Union's top military schools, used his platform on one of Russia's most-watched talk shows to warn that the war is going badly and is likely to get worse, and that nuclear sabre-rattling – far from being threatening – actually 'looks quite amusing'.
|Captive Russian Troops Claim
Commanders Kill Their Own Wounded Soldiers
Captured Russian soldiers have accused their commanders of killing their own wounded troops rather than recovering them from the battlefield and sending them for treatment. In a harrowing account to Ukrainian journalist Volodymyr Zolkin, the young intelligence soldiers described how one lieutenant colonel asked a wounded comrade if he could walk, the Mirror reported.
|"Utter Nonsense": Hawley
Eviscerates Energy Secretary for
Blaming Inflation On 'Putin Price Hike'
Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO) ripped into Biden's Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm on Thursday after she tried to blame soaring inflation on Russian President Vladimir Putin. Hawley asked Granholm whether she thought the rising price of gasoline was "acceptable," to which she said "it is not, and you can thank the activity of Vladimir Putin for invading Ukraine, and pulling–" To which Hawley said "With all due respect, Madame Secretary, that's utter nonsense," adding "The average gas price in my state was $2.07. Eight months later, eight months later, long before Vladimir Putin invaded Ukraine, that price was up over 30%, and it's been going up consistently since."
|Colorado Springs Golf Courses
Receive Millions from
Federal COVID Recovery Fund
Federal money meant to help communities across the country recover from the pandemic is being used by Colorado Springs elected leaders to benefit the ultimate leisure sport – golf. The City of Colorado Springs is planning to spend millions of federal dollars meant for COVID-19 recovery on the city's two publicly owned golf courses, Patty Jewett Golf Course and Valley Hi Golf Course.
|Exclusive: Videos Show Unindicted
Attacking Capitol on Jan. 6
Bobby Powell thought someone would be interested in his video evidence showing two “suspicious actors” taking part in events on the east side of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021. He was in for the surprise of his life. The semiretired Michigan radio journalist and podcaster has spent the past 16 months trying to get politicians, media personalities, pundits, and the FBI to view his video footage and identify the two “suspicious actors.”
|Pfizer's Covid Vaccine Protection
Against Omicron Fades
Just Weeks After Second And Third Doses, Study Finds
Immunity against the omicron coronavirus variant fades rapidly after a second and third dose of Pfizer and BioNTech's Covid-19 vaccine, according to peer reviewed research published in JAMA Network Open on Friday, a finding that could support rolling out additional booster shots to vulnerable people as the variant drives an uptick in new cases across the country.
|Former Biden COVID Adviser Warns
Long-Term Virus Modeling 'based on pixie dust'
Former Biden COVID task force member Michael Osterholm warned that the public is experiencing "whiplash" with pandemic regulations and any long-term modeling of the virus is "based on pixie dust." CNN asked Osterholm last week about a "big disconnect" between the White House, which predicted up to 100 million COVID cases this fall, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which is now only recommending masks to be worn on public transportation.
|San Francisco Archbishop Prohibits
Nancy Pelosi from
Receiving Holy Communion Over 'Extreme' Abortion Stance
San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone announced on Friday that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) is forbidden to receive Holy Communion because of her increasingly "extreme" pro-abortion views. Cordileone wrote: "After numerous attempts to speak with Speaker Pelosi to help her understand the grave evil she is perpetrating, the scandal she is causing, an the danger to her own soul she is risking, I have determined that she is not to be admitted to Holy Communion."
|Biden Administration Refuses to
Long-Term Effects of Puberty Blockers
When it comes to subjecting children who are confused about their gender to hormones, puberty-blocking drugs, and irreversible surgeries, the Biden administration has exhibited an alarmingly one-track mind: Inject and cut now, ask questions later... What’s more, studies also show that radical interventions such as hormone injections and surgeries to remove healthy organs do nothing to solve gender confusion. In fact, some evidence suggests that radical interventions increase anxiety, suicidal thoughts, and completed suicides in those experiencing gender confusion.
|Pedophile-Defending Prof Hired By
Johns Hopkins Center for Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse
A disgraced pedophile-defending professor and author has been hired by Johns Hopkins to work in the child sex abuse center. Allyn Walker, a non-binary author who defended pedophiles as "minor attracted persons," was forced to resign from Old Dominion in November after an interview with Prostasia, a group that advocates to destigmatize pedophiles. Walker is slated to begin work as a postdoctoral fellow at the storied Baltimore university beginning on May 24, and will be working to prevent child sex abuse. There was substantial online outrage after the announcement.
|Pro-Lifer Who Survived Saline
'Roe v. Wade May Be Overturned' Amidst SCOTUS Leaked Opinion
Demonstrations of liberal protesters have been so inflammatory as to stir up past trauma in the pro-life movement. Abortion survivors like Melissa Ohden, 44, know the torture of leading an unwanted existence. That pain led her to start a support network for those like herself, survivors of failed abortions – over a dozen recently reached out to her in anguish amidst the obscene demonstrations, as protesters symbolically curb stomped ragdoll babies and uttered stomach-turning vulgarities. She's been a leader in the pro-life movement for over a decade.
|The Left's Chilling View of Children
Underlying all of this is a perverse and inverted view of children's role in society. To the left, children in the womb are utterly disposable; at best, women may choose to preserve their lives, but if not, they have no separate interests to be considered. In fact, children are to be treated as potential obstacles: as Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said this week, "access to reproductive health care, including abortion, helped lead to increased labor force participation; it enabled many women to finish school. That increased their earning potential."
|School Board Member to Host
'Open Mic Night' for LGBTQ Kids – At Her Sex Shop
A school board director in Washington State is hosting an "open mic" night for LGBTQ youth "ages 0-18" – to be held at the adult sex shop she owns. Still think this isn't about getting to your kids? Jenn Mason is the school board director for Bellingham School District in Bellingham, Washington. She also owns a local "all-ages" sex shop called "WinkWink," where she sells sex toys, bondage gear, and lingerie, and where she hosts classes on sex and self-pleasuring.
|NSTA Guide Advises Against the Use
"Parent," "Male," Female," "Mother" and "Father"
Under the guide, mothers are now referred to as "persons with ovaries" in reference to reproduction cycles while fathers are now "persons with testes." Additionally, the association declares the move of various states toward "Sex verification in sports" as an example of oppression. The use of such a guide by a state school would raise serious First Amendment issues. We have already seen successful litigation challenging mandatory pronoun usage, including the recent litigation involving a teacher in Loudoun County, Virginia. Yet we have also seen new cases, including the charging of three high school students for not using preferred pronouns.
|I'm sure there are real teachers out there - SPEAK UP!|
|Indiana Homeowner Shoots 2
Suspected Armed Intruders,
Holds Others At Gunpoint Until Cops Arrive
An Indiana homeowner fatally shot two armed home intruders over the weekend and held another two at gunpoint until police arrived on the scene, according to authorities. DeKalb County Sheriff's Department and Auburn Police Department arrived at a home in DeKalb County after 6 a.m. Sunday and found two deceased people and another pair being held at gunpoint by a homeowner.
|Mom Reads Daughter's Homework
Immediately Gets Shut Down by School Board
The mother of a 15-year-old daughter in Las Vegas went to the Clark County school board meeting to read a homework assignment given to her daughter. She told the school board her daughter was required to memorize it and then act it out. But she didn't get more than a few words out before the school board interrupted her and demanded decorum. This mother suggested that if it's this uncomfortable for them, imagine what it was like for her daughter.
|Eudora, KS, Girl Forced to Room
Biological Male on School-Sponsored Overseas Trip
On a school trip to Costa Rica earlier this month, three female high school students in the Eudora school district were assigned to a two-bed hotel room with a transgender student who is biologically male – meaning one of them would have had to share a bed with the trans student – and school officials refused a request for a room change. One of the girls objected and told a chaperone she didn't feel comfortable with the arrangement, but she was told to "deal with it."
Witness Tells House Committee That Men Can Get Pregnant and
Abortions Until Birth Should Be Allowed In All Circumstances
Aimee Arrambide, a Democrat witness testifying before the House Judiciary Committee on abortion rights on Thursday, not only insisted that men can get pregnant and have abortions but also defended her support for abortions to take place up until the child's birth. Arrambide, the executive director of Avow Texas, an abortion rights nonprofit organization, was asked by Rep. Dan Bishop if she could define what a woman is. Arrambide responded, "I believe everyone can identify for themselves."