Sep 24 09:17

Susan Collins: Congressional Democrats’ Abortion Bill Is Too ‘Extreme’

House Democrats will vote tomorrow on the Women’s Health Protection Act, a bill that would invalidate almost all state abortion laws and regulations and enshrine in federal law a nearly unlimited right to abortion throughout all nine months of pregnancy.

Sep 24 09:16

U.S. Special Envoy to Haiti Resigns over ‘Inhumane’ Deportation of Haitians

The U.S. special envoy for Haiti has resigned over the Biden administration’s “inhumane” and “counterproductive” deportation of thousands of Haitian refugees.

Sep 24 09:15

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Sep 24 09:14

Chinese Propaganda Machine Capitalizes on Concocted Border Patrol ‘Whip’ Narrative

The crisis at the southern border has proven to be not only a humanitarian disaster and logistical problem for border states and federal government, but a propaganda coup for America’s adversaries.

Sep 24 09:06

Poll: Youngkin Leads McAuliffe among Likely Voters in Virginia

A new poll out yesterday from the University of Mary Washington (UMW) finds that Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin is well ahead of Democratic candidate Terry McAuliffe among likely voters.

Sep 24 09:05

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Sep 24 09:03

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Sep 24 09:03

Ron DeSantis Is Right about School Quarantines

Ron DeSantis is nothing if not a lightning rod for attention to his COVID policies, which have often gone his own way based on his own analysis of the science, the liberty interests of Floridians, and (as is true of everyone in power) the politics. Yesterday, DeSantis took a hard line against schools that attempt to quarantine students who haven’t tested positive:

Sep 24 09:02

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Sep 24 09:02

The Shipping Crisis Is Not Just Due to COVID

Scott Lincicome’s newsletter for The Dispatch yesterday was about the shipping crisis currently taking place in America. He emphasizes two things that are important to remember about the problem.

Sep 24 09:00

Don’t Fall For The FBI’s “Civil War” Trap

Right-wingers of all stripes can never get enough of talking about the supposed civil war on the horizon. This topic got a boost in attention over the last month following America’s chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan. Some saw the Taliban’s defeat of the Globalist American Empire as a sign fed-up patriots can do the same in Appalachia. Comedian Sarah Silverman further sparked discussion last week on civil war after she called for a national divorce.

Many conservatives praised her for sharing this bold idea with the masses. They believe a peaceful national divorce is the only realistic option going forward.

Sep 24 08:45

Iron Dome Funding Bill Passes House Despite Vehement Progressive Opposition

Independent legislation that would allocate $1 billion to Israel’s Iron Dome defense system, introduced after House progressives stripped the support from a previous government spending bill, overwhelmingly passed the House on Thursday.

Sep 24 08:43

Why Aren’t Americans Protesting in the Streets?

Here’s a question for any American who is capable of thinking past next week: Why, in the ever-loving hell, are you not out in the streets, protesting peacefully against what the Democrats in Washington are trying to do to the federal budget?

Sep 24 08:42

Majority Says Biden Isn’t ‘Mentally Sharp’: Poll

A majority of Americans now say that President Biden is not “mentally sharp,” according to a new poll from the Pew Research Center.

Sep 24 08:41

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Sep 24 08:41

Why Pick a Fight Over Iron Dome Funding Now?

The House Democratic progressive “Squad” effort to eliminate U.S. assistance for Israel’s “Iron Dome” missile defense system seemed to come out of nowhere. Israel and the Palestinians haven’t been in the news much, the Iron Dome system was most notably used in May, clearly most Democrats in the House and Senate are just fine with U.S. assistance for a defensive missile system, and the claims that this is a good idea in the name of reducing spending are laughable.

Sep 24 08:32

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Sep 24 08:32

New Poll Shows Majority of Americans Lack Confidence in Biden’s Immigration Policy

Amid the spiraling border fiasco in Del Rio, Texas, where over ten thousand undocumented migrants have been camping under a bridge while waiting to be processed by border personnel, a new poll shows that 56 percent of Americans don’t trust President Biden to make wise immigration policy decisions.

Sep 24 08:31

Education Department Reimburses Florida School Officials Penalized for Defying Mask-Mandate Ban

The U.S. Department of Education has reimbursed several Florida school-board members who were financially penalized by the state government for defying the mask-mandate ban spearheaded by Republican governor Ron DeSantis.

Sep 24 08:31

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Sep 24 08:29

CDC Panel Endorses Booster Shot for Elderly, Stops Short of Health-Care Workers

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s vaccine advisory committee unanimously voted Thursday to approve Pfizer and BioNTech’s COVID booster shot for elderly people, assisted-living-facility residents, and those at high risk of developing serious illness from the virus. The panel stopped short of recommending it for employees in the health-care industry or for “institutional” workers who may be subject to more COVID exposure by the nature of their work.

Sep 24 07:55

January 6 Committee Subpoenas Former Trump Advisers, Escalating Probe

The select committee probing the January 6 Capitol riot issued subpoenas to four former advisers of President Trump on Thursday, escalating the inquiry into the individuals believed to be involved in the incident.

Sep 24 07:54

Congress Needs to Know, but Won’t Find Out, What Happened with Capitol Security on January 6

Christopher Miller, the acting secretary of defense in the waning months of Donald Trump’s term, gave Vanity Fair reporter Adam Ciralsky access to follow him and his two chief deputies in the aftermath of January 6. Ciralsky’s story opens with this tidbit:

Sep 24 07:54

The SEC’s ‘Daddy’ Issues

WYhere were few surprises in Gary Gensler’s first appearance before the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs as Securities and Exchange Commission chairman last week.

Sep 24 07:00

They Are Not Sending Their Best

Sep 24 06:58

Facebook Reveals How It Suppresses Articles, Protecting Leftist Legacy Media

For years, Facebook’s news algorithm has been a black box. While certain types of content were banned outright, it was simultaneously clear that other content was

Sep 24 06:58

US special envoy to Haiti resigns over 'inhumane' deportations, accuses Biden admin of ignoring his suggestions

The U.S. special envoy to Haiti resigned over what he called "inhumane" deportations of Haitian migrants and accused the Biden administration of ignoring his suggestions.

Sep 24 06:55

'Holy sh*t!' SpaceX shares incredible footage of the moment its Inspiration4 all-civilian crew saw Earth from space for the first time, while blasting the theme from '2001: A Space Odyssey'

SpaceX has shared footage of the moment its all-civilian Inspiration4 crew saw Earth from space for the first time, on board the Crew Dragon space capsule.

The footage, filmed by Sian Proctor – one of the four crew members along with Jared Isaacman, Hayley Arceneaux and Chris Sembroski – shows the team opening the cupola, the huge domed window on Crew Dragon

Sep 24 06:38

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Sep 24 06:37

Squalid Del Rio camp starts to be cleared as DHS chief finally admits 2,000 migrants have been released into the US but fails to address where up to 3,000 missing migrants are located

Aerial photos of the Haitian migrant camp in Del Rio along the Texas border taken less than a week apart show the drastic reduction in size.

As recently as this weekend, there were about 15,000 Haitians in Del Rio hoping to get asylum in the United States after they fled their country that has been torn apart by political turmoil following the Haitian president's assassination and an earthquake that killed at least 2,200.

On Thursday, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said on CNN that as ma

Sep 24 06:11

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Sep 24 06:10

Big-Government Conservatism Has Hurt the Cause

Over the last number of years, parts of America’s political Right seem to have forgotten, pushed aside, or just given up on many of the governing principles that defined American conservatism for generations.

Sep 24 06:08

Trump Allies’ Arizona Election Audit Confirms Biden Victory

The hand recount of the 2020 Maricopa County, Ariz., election results found that President Biden defeated former president Trump in the county by a slightly larger margin than was recorded on Election Day.

Sep 24 06:06

For Biden, Failure Is Very Much an Option

Joe Biden’s domestic agenda at the moment is, like his presidency, in peril.

Sep 24 06:06

How and Why to Create a Storage Unit Survival Cache

One way to put aside extra food and gear is by using a rented space to create a storage unit survival cache. Here are how and why you might want to try this out for your own family.

Sep 24 06:04

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Sep 24 06:03

Weekly Jobless Claims Jump to Highest Level in a Month, Far Exceeding Expectations

First-time filings for unemployment benefits jumped to the highest level in a month last week, coming in well ahead of the 320,000 claims that Dow Jones predicted.