THE AMERICA ONE NEWS
Dec 2, 2023 |
PJ Media: Target Store Bomb Threats Sent By Angry Pro-Pride Left-Winger!
An LGBTQ fanatic who was upset about Target removing items from Pride displays sent an email detailing a bomb threat to media outlets. The terrorist demanded Target bring back its LGBT merchandise and threatened to continue bombings until they did. Target received multiple bomb threats, but they were all written by someone who is not right-wing but is, in fact, a radical LGBT supporter.
The Epoch Times: From Prisoner to Barista, This Jail Offers Inmates a Chance to Find a Career in Coffee
Specialty coffee veteran Jamie Mason leads a coffee education and barista training program at the Rio Cosumnes Correctional Center for female inmates set to be released. The Elk Grove facility’s internal café and training center, Redemption Coffee, teaches incarcerated women foundational barista knowledge and bar operations, which have helped many graduates secure jobs in the coffee industry. Students learn bean anatomy, tasting notes, coffee origins, espresso pouring, milk science, latte art and café operations. The program requires a three-month stay in jail and a commitment to other reentry services.
The Epoch Times: MP Hopes Bill Will Lead to More Human Rights Violators Being Sanctioned
A private member's bill introduced by Conservative MP Philip Lawrence aims to amend laws in order for the Canadian government to address human rights abuses around the world and sanction actors involved in human rights violations and acts of terrorism. It also seeks to require the Foreign Affairs Minister to publish an annual report outlining the measures Canada has taken to advance human rights internationally. The proposed law is aimed at protecting victims of persecution and human rights abuse worldwide.
The bill is named C-281 and seeks to amend several laws, including the Justice for Victims of Corrupt Foreign Officials Act, known as the Sergei Magnitsky Law. C-281 would also amend the Broadcasting Act to prohibit the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission from issuing or renewing a broadcasting license to a company being influenced by a foreign entity that has committed acts of genocide. The proposed law also requires the government to report annually on its work on human rights and includes a list of prisoners of conscience whose release Ottawa is actively working toward.
The Federalist Papers: Tiny Christian College Goes on Offensive Over Biden's New Rules For Women's Dorm Rooms And Showers
College of the Ozarks is fighting a legal battle against President Biden and his administration, after the president issued an executive order requiring schools to allow men who “identify” as women into women-only spaces such as dormitories and showers. The Christian college argues that the Biden administration’s actions violate the school’s constitutional right to operate according to its religious beliefs, and that there should have been a public notice and comment period before the change was made. The college and other Christian institutions that share its views could face fines, damages and even criminal liability if the Supreme Court rules against them.
The Epoch Times: Surprising Uses for Coca-Cola
Coca-Cola has a long history, and many people have found it to be a useful tool in unexpected situations. It can clean your toilet, fertilize your garden, braise your meat, and even remove rust and loosen bolts.
Flag And Cross: Democrat's Interview Interrupted by Drive-By Shooting in Broad Daylight Near Public Park
A Democratic city council candidate in Memphis, Tennessee, experienced a drive-by shooting while being interviewed by a news crew. Shots rang out as the police department’s plans to put a teen curfew in place were being discussed. The incident highlights the surge in crime rates in American cities, leading to a situation where children cannot go out in broad daylight for fear of being shot. The incident prompted an invocation of God, reminding viewers of His power to help in times of need. The incident may spur the city council to take action to combat crime .
The Epoch Times: Regulators Take Aim at AI to Protect Consumers and Workers
US regulatory agencies, including the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Federal Trade Commission and Department of Justice, have pledged to take up the issue of algorithmic bias, starting with the misuse of AI by companies in the banking and job-seeking sectors. In a joint statement, the agencies emphasised that organisations were "not exempt from responsibility regarding the impacts of that decision" if they used AI. Those in violation of the Fair Credit Reporting Act and the Equal Credit Opportunity Act, which require that adverse financial decisions are explained to customers, could face legal action if AI was improperly employed. The agencies also pledged resources and staff to identify illegal activity.
Regulators have warned financial providers using automated systems into automatic decision-making about home foreclosures, car repossessions, and lost benefit payments that they will be subject to consumer protection laws. As more organisations adopt automated decision-making, concerns over the potential for algorithmic bias have led to calls for governing regulations. EEOC Chair Charlotte Burrows warned against the use of AI that barred hiring of job candidates with disabilities, and illegal monitoring and surveillance, while the CFPB is bringing in data scientists and technologists from industry to assess how technology is affecting consumers' lives.
Fox News: Miami Heat star Jimmy Butler goes viral for story about how he fell in love with country music over a prank
Miami Heat basketball player Jimmy Butler became a huge country music fan after trying to use it as a prank on his teammates in the college locker room. He searched for the most "country" song he could find and started blasting it on his own headphones in the locker room. But he ended up enjoying the Tim McGraw song he chose and became a fan of the genre.
Fox News: All-Pro running back Le'Veon Bell admits he was 'petty' and made a mistake not re-signing with Steelers
Former Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell admitted that he regrets leaving the team and should have accepted their contract offer, characterizing his decision to leave as "petty." Bell held out during the 2017 offseason seeking a fully guaranteed contract from the Steelers, before eventually playing under the franchise tag that year. He sat out of the 2018 season and signed a 4-year, $52.5 million deal with the New York Jets before the start of the 2019 season, but had a disappointing stretch with the team before bouncing around the NFL.
Fox News: Charles Barkley 'disappointed in' LeBron James for hinting at retirement after getting swept
Charles Barkley disappointed with LeBron James for dominating conversation with retirement talk rather than Denver Nuggets' dominant performance. Barkley turned off TV after seeing first two stories on LeBron retiring instead of highlighting Nikola Jokic's greatness. Barkley remains frustrated with the narrative controlled by LeBron and believes he knew what he was doing.
Forbes: Congress And The Tipping Point For The NCAA, NIL And College Sports
Congress will introduce a bill regulating Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) for college student athletes, possibly discouraging states like California proposing revenue sharing legislation. The NCAA, State governments, Congress and the Supreme Court each have significant roles to play in deciding how athletes can make money from their skills.
Flag And Cross: Gutfeld Shreds '80-Year-Old White Hag' Joy Behar After Host Took Shots at Black Republicans
Greg Gutfeld, Fox News host, responded to Joy Behar's attack on Republican Tim Scott, who is black, by calling out Behar for lecturing on anti-black racism despite having appeared in blackface in the past. Gutfeld argued that the left only accepts the "lived experiences" of black Americans who agree with their politics and demonizes those who dissent. He warned that Republicans must stand up for their beliefs because the left will never cede any ground.
National Review: The Corner: Russia: A Warlord’s Game
Russian Wagner mercenary group leader Yevgeny Prigozhin has been critical of Russia’s military hierarchy. This is thought to be designed to deflect blame for Russia’s setbacks in Ukraine, with Prigozhin seeking to establish himself as Putin’s ally. However, in a recent interview, Prigozhin expressed dissatisfaction with the course of the military operation, and pro-war advocates’ usual calls on the Kremlin to declare complete mobilisation and martial law exceeded his suggestions. Russia’s casualties divide between different classes. Prigozhin underlined the consequences of this and added that “First the soldiers will stand up, and after that — their loved ones will rise up. There are already tens of thousands of them — relatives of those killed. And there will probably be hundreds of thousands — we cannot avoid that.”
Newsbusters: Joy Behar Attacks Tim Scott For Daring To Be A Black Conservative
Joy Behar, co-host of "The View", has been accused of acting like an overseer of the liberal plantation by targeting black Republicans who have left the Democratic Party. She recently criticized newly declared GOP presidential candidate South Carolina Senator Tim Scott as well as Justice Clarence Thomas for not understanding "systemic racism" and for being black Republicans who believe in "pulling yourself by your bootstraps" like former slaves. These accusations highlight an issue that is explored in Deneen Borelli's book "Blacklash: How Obama and the Left Are Driving Americans to the Government Plantation", in which Borelli describes the treatment she has received as a black conservative in the media.
Meanwhile, Dr. Ben Carson, a black conservative with his own book out there ("Created Equal: The Painful Past, Confusing Present, and Hopeful Future of Race in America"), has criticized progressives for feeling entitled to determine what black people in America should believe, often persecuting those who do not conform to their definition of being black. Joy Behar's criticisms of Scott and Thomas, therefore, suggest that she, as a wealthy white liberal, is hostile towards black men who think for themselves and have dared to leave the Democratic Party.