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18 Nov 2023

#illegals

Human Events: JOBOB: Chinese President Xi Jinping reaches deal with US to crackdown on fentanyl after spending mere days in San Francisco
JOBOB: Chinese President Xi Jinping reaches deal with US to crackdown on fentanyl after spending mere days in San Francisco
Chinese President Xi Jinping has tentatively agreed to crack down on companies manufacturing and selling fentanyl, a deadly drug trafficked into the US. The agreement was discussed during a meeting with US President Joe Biden at the APEC forum in San Francisco. If finalized, China will target chemical companies producing fentanyl, which is then trafficked into the US through the open southern border.


#politics

Daily Wire: Three Arrested As D.C. Train Station Shut Down During Pro-Palestinian Protest
Three Arrested As D.C. Train Station Shut Down During Pro-Palestinian Protest
Three people were arrested during a pro-Palestinian protest in Washington, D.C. The protesters defaced property and called for a ceasefire in Israel's attacks on Hamas.


American Thinker: Trump was right all along about the dangers of TikTok
Trump was right all along about the dangers of TikTok
TikTok is a dangerous platform controlled by communist China. Trump recognized this in 2020 and tried to ban it. It's concerning that others took so long to understand its dangers.


Times Of Israel: Daily Briefing Nov 18: Day 43 – ToI goes inside Gaza’s Shati Camp
Daily Briefing Nov 18: Day 43 – ToI goes inside Gaza’s Shati Camp
In today's briefing, The Times of Israel reports on the ongoing war in Israel, with the IDF expanding operations in Gaza and targeting Hamas strongholds. There have been rocket attacks from Lebanon, and clashes between gunmen and soldiers in the West Bank. Israel has agreed to regular fuel deliveries into Gaza, and believes that the window of support from the US is still open. However, there has been criticism of Israel's actions from some US Jewish lawmakers.


#society

The Right Scoop: BREAKING: UC San Diego police forced to EVACUATE Jewish students after threatening pro-Hamas mob shows up
BREAKING: UC San Diego police forced to EVACUATE Jewish students after threatening pro-Hamas mob shows up
Jewish students at UC San Diego were evacuated from a building where they were discussing antisemitism after a threatening pro-Hamas group gathered outside. This incident highlights the Israel-related tensions on campus.


#war

The Telegraph: Israel tells Gazans in Khan Younis to evacuate as it considers pushing war south
Israel tells Gazans in Khan Younis to evacuate as it considers pushing war south
Israel has carried out a deadly airstrike in Gaza, preparing for a potential final showdown with Hamas in the southern city of Khan Younis. The airstrikes targeted the city where Hamas leader Yahya Sinwar is believed to be hiding. Israeli forces have been training using virtual reality technology to simulate operations in the city's narrow streets and back alleys. The situation in Gaza is dire, as many civilians have been killed and thousands have been displaced. The real battle will begin once Israeli ground forces arrive, and it is expected to be challenging capturing Khan Younis due to its dense population and labyrinth-like layout. The worry is that Hamas may threaten to execute hostages if cornered. The Israeli government is facing pressure to prioritize the welfare of the hostages and consider plans for the "day after" Hamas is defeated. There are concerns that without proper governance, Gaza will fall into further chaos and radicalism. Discussions about Gaza's future administration have so far yielded no viable proposals. Aid agencies are currently assisting Gaza's neighborhoods, but a long-term solution is needed to stabilize the region.


Newsbusters: 'Frankly Underwhelming': CBS and NBC Downplay Evidence of Hamas At Gaza Hospital
'Frankly Underwhelming': CBS and NBC Downplay Evidence of Hamas At Gaza Hospital
Israel surrounds Al-Shifa Hospital searching for evidence of a Hamas terror cell. Weapons and a tunnel found, but evidence called "underwhelming."


#foreignaffairs

Breitbart: Xi Jinping Holds First Talk with PM Kishida Fumio Since China Threatened to Turn Japan into Ukraine
Xi Jinping Holds First Talk with PM Kishida Fumio Since China Threatened to Turn Japan into Ukraine
Chinese dictator Xi Jinping met with Japanese Prime Minister Kishida Fumio at the APEC forum. Beijing claimed they agreed to pursue "constructive and stable" ties, but Kishida expressed "serious concerns" about Chinese military activity and threats to invade Taiwan. The meeting did not result in any concrete progress.


Times Of Israel: US official: No ‘significant pause’ in war until women and child hostages are freed
US official: No ‘significant pause’ in war until women and child hostages are freed
US President Joe Biden's Middle East adviser, Brett McGurk, stated that there will be no significant pause in the Israel-Hamas war until all hostages held by terrorists in Gaza are released. McGurk emphasized the need for the release of women, children, toddlers, and babies, which would result in a surge of humanitarian relief. Israel has been bombarding Gaza and launching a ground offensive in an attempt to retrieve the hostages, while Hamas has reported over 12,000 Palestinians killed, the accuracy of which cannot be verified. The release of hostages and securing humanitarian pauses are seen as crucial steps towards a ceasefire.


The Economist: Why America struggles to make friends abroad
Why America struggles to make friends abroad


The president of Saffronia visits Washington hoping for a trade deal, but is disappointed to find that increased market access is not on offer. The link between domestic and foreign policy is undermining America's reputation abroad.


Breitbart: China Agrees to High-Level Military Exchange with U.S. – Without a Defense Minister
China Agrees to High-Level Military Exchange with U.S. – Without a Defense Minister
The Pentagon confirmed that Chinese dictator Xi Jinping agreed to high-level military exchanges with the US, including a meeting between Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and the Chinese defense minister. However, China currently does not have a defense minister, as the last two ministers mysteriously vanished. Despite this, both countries expressed optimism about the meeting, emphasizing the importance of communication to prevent conflict.


Le Monde: Burkina Faso is strengthening its alliance with Russia
Burkina Faso is strengthening its alliance with Russia
Burkina Faso's junta leader, Captain Ibrahim Traoré, has formed an alliance with Russia, with signs of cooperation in various fields such as energy, culture, and the military sector. The implementation of this alliance has accelerated since Traoré met Putin at the Russia-Africa summit in Saint Petersburg.


Spectator USA: Is Israel ready for Hezbollah?
Israel and Hamas are not the only parties involved in the conflict, as Hezbollah, Iran-backed militias in Syria, Houthi rebels in Yemen, and Iranian-backed forces in Iraq have all attacked Israel. Hezbollah has significantly increased its offensive capabilities since Israel's withdrawal from Lebanon in 2000, and the organization is now considered an unacceptable risk. While the US is concerned about the war spreading throughout the Middle East, Israel may decide to escalate military action against Hezbollah despite American objection.


#military

The Telegraph: How the Iron Dome is saving lives across Israel
How the Iron Dome is saving lives across Israel
The Iron Dome air defense system in Israel intercepts nine out of every 10 rockets fired into the country, saving countless Israeli lives. The system is manned and operated by IDF operatives, who make the decision to deploy counter-missiles when necessary. While the Iron Dome has been highly effective against attacks from Hamas, there are concerns about how it would fare in a war on multiple fronts, particularly against a larger and more sophisticated missile arsenal like that of Hezbollah.


#health

Breitbart: Rapper Meek Mill Follows Snoop Dogg in Giving Up Smoking: 'It Cuts My Lifeline in Half'
Rapper Meek Mill Follows Snoop Dogg in Giving Up Smoking: 'It Cuts My Lifeline in Half'
Rapper Meek Mill announces he will follow Snoop Dogg's lead and quit smoking due to concerns about his health. He plans to go to Dubai to stop smoking completely and mentions that his doctor told him he has a bit of emphysema in his chest. Emphysema is typically caused by smoking, but can also be caused by pollution and chemical fumes.


#crime

PJ Media: On Remembering Paul Kessler and Centering the Community
On Remembering Paul Kessler and Centering the Community
After an extensive investigation, Loay Alnaji has been arrested for the death of Paul Kessler. He has been charged with involuntary manslaughter and felony battery, with potential enhancements. The possibility of a hate crime is still being investigated, but no charges have been made.


#sports

The Babylon Bee: T-Ball Player Named MVP After Kinda Sorta Running In General Direction Of First Base
T-Ball Player Named MVP After Kinda Sorta Running In General Direction Of First Base
Local t-ball player Luther Haddox becomes team's MVP by clumsily heading towards first base.


Breitbart: 'CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT': Dave Portnoy to Sue NFL, Bengals over $120K Gambling Loss After Joe Burrow Injury Controversy
'CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT': Dave Portnoy to Sue NFL, Bengals over $120K Gambling Loss After Joe Burrow Injury Controversy
Barstool Sports commentator Dave Portnoy is suing the Cincinnati Bengals and the NFL for not disclosing QB Joe Burrow's injury before a game, causing Portnoy to lose a $120,000 bet. Portnoy claims the Bengals knew of Burrow's injury but did not inform the public. The NFL is investigating the situation.


#other

Field & Stream: Dehydrating Food: Why to Do it, How to Start
Dehydrating Food: Why to Do it, How to Start
Dehydrating food is an ancient method of food preservation that involves removing moisture to prevent the growth of bacteria. The process has several benefits, including extending shelf life, maintaining nutritional value, reducing weight and size of food, concentrating flavor, and getting creative with spice mixing. There are a few negatives, such as increased calorie density and reduced water intake, but these can be overcome with awareness. Various methods and equipment can be used for dehydrating food, including solar drying, ovens, smokers/pellet grills, and electric dehydrators. Best practices include uniform slicing, blanching or steaming, and using ascorbic or citric acid to prevent browning. The general best temperatures and times for dehydrating different types of food are provided. Vacuum sealing and storing in a cool, dry place can extend shelf life, but general timelines are given for different types of dehydrated food. Ideas for dehydrating food include creating dehydrated camp meals, making apple chips, fruit leather, jerky, and homemade oatmeal.


Fox News: Icelandic town may be evacuated for months as volcanic rumbling continues
Icelandic town may be evacuated for months as volcanic rumbling continues
Residents of the Icelandic town of Grindavik are warned that they may be unable to return home for months due to volcanic eruption concerns. The town has been evacuated and access is only allowed with special permits. The Icelandic Meteorological Office has recorded increased seismic activity and expects an eruption in the coming days.