The 'New Normal'
Pete Buttigieg Says US Supply Chain Issues Will 'Certainly' Continue Into 2022
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg predicted on Sunday that supply chain issues facing the US will continue into 2022, but stressed that Congress potentially passing President Joe Biden's infrastructure proposal is the best way to help alleviate those problems.
Et Tu, Walmart?
Walmart Training Accuses White Employees of Being Racist
“Walmart Inc. has launched a critical race theory training program that denounces the United States as a ‘white supremacy system,'” the City Journal’s Christopher Rufo reports.
More Presidential Propaganda
Biden Report: Climate Change Calls for ‘Realignment’ of U.S. Economy
The domestic crises continue in U.S. ports and on the southern border but President Joe Biden and his administration are focused on so-called climate change, including releasing a a 40-page report on Friday on how the issue threatens the U.S. economy.
Ignore The Law
NYPD Order Cops To Do Nothing as Drug Addicts Shoot Up
The New York Police Department waved the white flag last week — upon orders to surrender from Albany — directing officers to let drug addicts freely shoot up on city streets, and even let them share needles.
New York Post
Vaccine Wars Heat Up
The Pentagon Takes on Texas Over Vaccine Mandates
Governor Greg Abbott has issued an executive order forbidding any companies from instituting vaccine mandates. But as of yesterday, the Pentagon has informed all of its contractors in the Lone Star State that they must comply with Joe Biden’s federal vaccine mandate.
What 'Rule of Law'?
Philadelphia Passes Bill Barring Cops From Making Minor Traffic Stops
Lawmakers in Philadelphia have passed legislation barring cops from making minor traffic stops that critics say unfairly target minorities — becoming the first major US city to do so.
New York Post
Jussie Smollett Forced to Face Trial in Hate Crime Hoax After Judge Denies Dismissal Request
Disgraced actor Jussie Smollett will have to stand trial over his 2019 alleged hate crime hoax after a Cook County judge denied his dismissal request.
Teen Dies of Heart Attack Soon After Getting COVID Shot So He Could Play Hockey
A 17-year-old boy in Canada died of a heart attack at home on September 27 reportedly two weeks after he received a COVID jab. Sean Hartman is said to have suffered from “multiple” health problems “immediately” after the jab, including myocarditis, or heart inflammation.
High School’s Halftime Show is a Drag Pageant
A Vermont high school homecoming football game turned into a “drag ball” runway at halftime, with a mix of students and faculty members parading in gowns, wigs and makeup — and a big crowd in rainbow colors to cheer them on
Superman Removes 'American Way' From Motto
The Man of Steel’s motto will be “evolving” from the well-known mantra that he fights for “Truth, Justice and the American Way.” Superman’s new “mission statement”: “Truth, Justice and a Better Tomorrow.”
Aspirin Lowers Risk of COVID: New Findings Support Preliminary Israeli Trial
Over-the-counter aspirin could protect the lungs of COVID-19 patients and minimize the need for mechanical ventilation, according to new research at the George Washington University.
The Dumbing Down Of America
Student Test Scores Fall First Time in National Test's History
Isn't That Racist?
Chicago’s Art Institute Fires All of Its Docents: Too Many Wealthy White Ladies
Adults Who Are Hooked on Cigarettes are 50% Less Likely to Test Positive for COVID
Since the crisis spiraled out of control, researchers have seen unusually low rates of smokers with Covid-19 in hospitals - suggesting they rarely get severely ill. Now, for what is believed to be the first time, experts in Israel have found adults who smoke cigarettes are less likely to pick up the virus in the first place
‘Let’s Go Brandon’ Has Been Turned Into A Hip-Hop Song That’s Now #1 On iTunes
McDonald’s to Test McPlant Burger in US for 1st Time
'Brain Age' Stays Younger When Blood Pressure Optimal
For Your Own Good...
New FDA Guidance Aims to Drastically Cut Salt in Food Supply
The Food and Drug Administration is asking food manufacturers and restaurants to cut the salt in their products over the coming 2½ years with the goal of reducing Americans’ overall sodium intake by 12 percent.
Nearly 40% of Americans Seeing ‘Serious Financial Problems’ in Past Few Months
New York Post
Biden’s Approval Rating Drops to a Dangerous New Low
Joe Biden’s approval rating hit to a new low on Thursday. Only 36% of likely voters approve of his job performance. And the future does not look any better for this far left regime.
Prince Charles Reveals His Car Runs on Cheese and Wine Byproducts
Elk Wandering Around With Tire On Its Neck For 2 Years Finally Freed From Obstruction
Rise of the Machine
Robot Dogs Now Have Rifles Mounted On Backs
Ghost Robotics and SWORD International have teamed up to create a rifle-toting "robot dog." Called the Special Purpose Unmanned Rifle, or SPUR, the system adds a 6.5mm Creedmoor rifle from SWORD to one of Ghost Robotics' quadrupedal unmanned ground vehicles
World's Tallest Living Woman is 24-Year-Old From Turkey