Month: June 2021

Yesterday, the Supreme Court denied certiorari in Gloucester County School Board v. Grimm, a long-running case that questions whether Title IX of the Civil Rights Act requires schools to allow transgender students to use bathrooms of the opposite sex rather than accommodating them with alternative gender-neutral restrooms. Justices Thomas and Alito noted their dissent and,
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White House press secretary Jen Psaki engaged in a contentious back-and-forth with Fox News reporter Peter Doocy on Monday during which Psaki defended accusations that the Republican Party defunded police. That’s right. Despite far-left lawmakers and activists adopting the “defund the police” campaign amid racially charged protests last summer, the White House is now coalescing
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The results of the New York mayor’s primary are causing a bit of panic inside The New York Times. Is it possible that the radical police-defunding leftists like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez are not popular even among Democrats? National political correspondent Lisa Lerer penned a “Political Memo” on Friday under the headline “Progressives’ Urgent Question: How to
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Tuesday, June 29, 2021 by: Mike Adams Tags: badhealth, badmedicine, badscience, coronavirus, covid-19, Delta Variant, spike protein, vaccine wars, vaccines, variants Bypass censorship by sharing this link: https://www.afinalwarning.com/531762.html (Natural News) We have now reached a stunning tipping point in the global push for mass vaccinations that inject people with spike protein bioweapons. New research finds
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A northbound Amtrak Acela train rolls past commuters at the Wilmington, Del., station in 2002. (Tim Shaffer/Reuters) There’s no practical reason for the president’s tiny hometown to be a stop on Amtrak’s flagship high-speed-rail line. It ought to surprise no one that President Biden would propose a major increase in funding for the Amtrak passenger-rail
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After months of speculation that the Manhattan district attorney would criminally charge former President Donald Trump, a personal attorney for Trump said Monday that the DA office indicated they would not be charging him. Attorney Ronald Fischetti told Politico that a meeting with Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr.’s team pointed to a very narrow
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In a shocking allegation during Monday’s show, Fox News host Tucker Carlson told viewers that a whistleblower from the National Security Agency had reached out to warn him that the agency had him and his team under surveillance. And understandably, Carlson was non-plus by the apparent revelation, declaring: “Spying on opposition journalists is incompatible with
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Right up front, I want to let you know I’m not actually advocating for Texas to leave the Union, the breakup of our Republic, or a second American Civil War. All these things could come in time, however, and that’s why I’m asking you to indulge in a little thought experiment with me. If you
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A student attends a virtual class as limited in-person learning resumes at Wilson Primary School, Phoenix, Ariz., August 17, 2020. (Cheney Orr/Reuters) Here’s a question I have had about the decision of some school districts to shut down during the pandemic: What explains these vast differences in how districts responded to the pandemic? For instance,
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Health officials in Los Angeles strongly urged all residents to wear masks indoors in public spaces, regardless of whether they are vaccinated, over the rise of the coronavirus delta variant. “With increase circulation of the highly transmissible Delta variant, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health strongly recommends everyone, regardless of vaccination status, wear
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(Illustration: Florence Lo/Reuters) Last year’s furor over TikTok, the popular social-media app owned by China’s ByteDance, has subsided. Although TikTok faced threats from President Trump, litigation halted the administration’s implementation of executive orders that would ban the app. Then, earlier this month, President Biden repealed those orders and said he would instead develop a broader
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(bodrumsurf/iStock/Getty Images Plus) The Republican-dominated state legislature in Arizona voted Thursday to strip Democratic secretary of state Katie Hobbs of her election-related authority and diverted that power to Republican attorney general Mark Brnovich. The measure, which the House passed late Thursday, now goes to Republican governor Doug Ducey’s desk for his signature. The legislation transferred
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Mark Janus stands outside of the United States Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., February 26, 2018. (Leah Millis/Reuters) This past weekend marked the third anniversary of the Supreme Court’s Janus v. AFSCME ruling, which guaranteed the First Amendment rights of government employees, allowing them to opt-out of unions by withholding once-compulsory dues and fees —
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Crooked Manhattan DA Cy Vance won’t charge the Trump Organization with crimes related to “hush money” payments and real estate value manipulations according to the former president’s personal lawyer. It was reported last week that New York prosecutors were considering bringing charges against the Trump Organization amid claims employees illegally ‘received tax-free perks such as
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California State Capitol in Sacramento. (rschlie/Getty Images) California attorney general Rob Bonta announced a ban on state-funded travel to five states on Monday, citing new laws in those states pertaining to transgender people. The California legislature banned state-funded travel to states with laws deemed discriminatory toward gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people. Bonta cited examples
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Republican Rep. Dan Crenshaw (Texas) said Monday that U.S. hammer thrower Gwen Berry should be kicked off the Olympic team for protesting the national anthem during the track and field Olympic trials over the weekend. While standing on the podium to receive the bronze medal Saturday, Berry turned her back to the flag and draped
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