DOJ Won't Investigate 2020 Nursing Home Orders in New York, Other States
The Justice Department's Civil Rights Division will not be launching investigations into nursing homes in New York and other states whose governors forced facilities to admit COVID-19 patients despite their vulnerable populations, the agency informed GOP lawmakers Friday.
Keeping America Safe??
Biden’s DHS Cancels 31 Miles of Border Wall Construction Funded by Trump
Joe Biden’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has canceled 31 miles of border wall construction set for Laredo, Texas, that was previously funded by Congress and former President Trump’s administration..
Federal Appeals Court Finds CDC’s Eviction Moratorium Unlawful
A U.S. appeals court ruled on Friday that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention lacked authority for the national moratorium it imposed last year on most residential evictions to help curb the spread of the coronavirus.
The Left Coast
Women Prisoners Given Birth Control as Transgender Men Arrive
California Democrats are inviting violent male criminals who say they are transgender to move into housing with women prisoners and, in exchange, are providing the women with condoms and abortion pills.
Johns Hopkins Study Found Zero COVID Deaths Among Healthy Kids
A team of Johns Hopkins researchers recently reported that when studying a group of about 48,000 children, they found zero COVID deaths among healthy kids, but the Centers for Disease Control doesn’t care
Federal Prosecutors Are Branding Non-Violent Jan 6 Defendants As ‘Terrorists’ To Pursue Harsher Sentences
Federal prosecutors are attempting to pursue harsher sentences for those arrested for non-violent crimes in connection with the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol by branding them as terrorists while acknowledging their actions don’t meet the legal definition of terrorism.
Michigan Gov. Whitmer Stripped of Emergency Powers
Michigan legislators have stripped Gov. Gretchen Whitmer of the emergency powers she freely wielded during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Majority Say Racism Against Black People ‘Widespread’ in the U.S.
A survey shows 64 percent of U.S. adults expressing the belief that racism against black people is widespread across the nation, representing a 13 percent uptick from the 51 percent who said the same in 2009 during the first year of Barack Obama’s presidency.
NFL Coach Out After Refusing Covid Vaccine
Rick Dennison, one of the most highly-reputed offensive minds in the game, reportedly parted ways with the Vikings on Friday after refusing to receive the coronavirus vaccine.
What Is She Hiding?
Jen Psaki Hiding White House Coronavirus Numbers: ‘Why Do You Need to Have That Information?’
Joe Biden’s administration refused Friday to release the numbers of White House staff who had tested positive for the coronavirus. White House press secretary Jen Psaki argued the information was not relevant
San Francisco Approves $20K Designer Trash Cans
California Moves To Cut Off Water To Thousands Of Farmers, As Drought Dries Up Rivers
CA Agency May Scrap Electric Bus Fleet After Electric Buses Melt in California Sun, Catch Fire
The electric bus idea is going down in flames – literally. A California transit official said electric buses manufactured by Proterra are melting in the California heat.>
Electric Cars to Outsell Combustion Vehicles By 2036
Thieves in CA Stealing Scarce Water Amid Extreme Drought
Mark Levin's 'American Marxism' Premieres #1 on New York Times Bestseller List
5 New Sports Will Debut at the 2021 Games
The Tokyo Games will feature 339 events in 50 different sports this month. Six of the 50 sports are completely new to the Olympics. Here's a brief look at the new sports taking place at the Games.
Too Much Coffee Can Cause Your Brain to Shrink, Raise Risk of Dementia
Long Beach [CA] Considers Options for Queen Mary, Including Sinking the Ship
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Third World America
13 Shot Thursday Alone in Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s Chicago
Thirteen people were shot, one of them fatally, Thursday across Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s (D) Chicago.
Disney Introduces A Revamped Jungle Cruise Ride Without The 'Racist' Imagery
Housing Prices Hit New High in June, Up 23 Percent in Year
Future JEEPS Will Be Able to Drive Underwater, CEO Says
During a recent electric vehicle presentation by Jeep's parent company Stellantis, a Wrangler was depicted driving while fully submerged, and that vision could become a reality.
Body Preserved in Bog Since IRON AGE Contains Undigested Last Meal