THE AMERICA ONE NEWS
Dec 11, 2023 |
The New American: Why Trump Loyalists Don’t Care About His “Baggage”
DeSantis supporters argue he's a stronger candidate than Trump due to his lack of "baggage." But what do they mean by "baggage?" It's not just Trump's abrasive personality, but also the attacks levied at him by the establishment. By using these attacks as negatives against Trump, DeSantis' supporters are siding with the Left and giving credence to their claims. It's going to be a heated race, but despite DeSantis' popularity, the race is still Trump's to lose. Trump still has his loyal base regardless of his perceived baggage.
Euromaidan Press: Austria to finance demining equipment for Ukraine
Austria will provide Ukraine with land mine removal equipment valuing $2.15 million, as civilians continue to face life-threatening obstacles from globally outlawed landmines and explosive remnants of war. Over 250,000 km² of Ukrainian territory is contaminated by landmines, which is about three times the size of Austria. As a result, 30% of Ukraine's territory is mined, an area equal to two Austrias.
Fox News: USS Wasp docks in NYC for Fleet Week: Inside the amphibious warship that aids Navy, Marine operations
The USS Wasp, an amphibious warship occupied by the US Navy and Marine Corps, led the parade at Fleet Week 2023 in New York City, kicking off the annual event. At 843-feet long, the ship has two main boilers, five steam turbine generators and can transport up to 3,000 people. US Core Guardian exercises were undertaken during the event which included demonstrations of maritime search and rescue, explosive ordnance handling and dive missions.
Flag And Cross: Tiny Christian College Goes on Offensive as Biden Tries Forcing Female Students to Share Dorm Rooms - Even Showers - with Men
The College of the Ozarks, a small Christian college in Missouri, is battling the Biden administration in the US Supreme Court over an executive order that requires schools to allow men who "identify" as women to use women's dormitories, showers and changing areas. The college is arguing that the historical interpretation of the Fair Housing Act confirms "sex" means biological sex. Religious exemptions were not allowed, and the college will face financial sanctions and even criminal liability if its stance is defied. Christian colleges supporting the battle include friend-of-the-court briefs and 19 states and advocacy groups.
Forbes: Cannes Gives French Film ‘Anatomy Of A Fall’ Top Prize—American Films Shut Out
French film Anatomy of a Fall won the Palme d'Or, the highest prize at the 76th Cannes Film Festival. The movie follows a woman’s attempt to prove her innocence in her husband’s death. The Grand Prix was given to British director Jonathan Glazer for The Zone of Interest, while French-Vietnamese director Tran Anh Hung was awarded best director honors for The Pot Au Feu. American films entries from Wes Anderson (Asteroid City) and Todd Haynes (May December) were included but received no awards. Martin Scorsese debuted his upcoming film Killers of the Flower Moon but was screened outside of competition.
The Blaze: Judge temporarily blocks South Carolina's abortion ban
South Carolina's six-week abortion ban has been temporarily blocked by a judge until the state's Supreme Court addresses a legal challenge brought by Planned Parenthood. The bill bans most abortions after six weeks, with exceptions for life and health of the mother as well as fatal fetal anomalies. Women pregnant as a result of rape or incest can legally seek abortions up to 12 weeks of pregnancy under certain conditions.
Forbes: WWE Night Of Champions 2023 Results: Tribal Chief Jimmy Uso Screws Roman Reigns
Jimmy Uso challenges Roman Reigns as alpha of The Bloodline, freshening up the dynasty. He refused to obey Reigns on SmackDown and declared himself the Tribal Chief. Jey is now peacemaker while Jimmy takes the lead.
Forbes: Alice Cooper Tears Through The Hits During Revamped ‘Too Close For Comfort’ Tour
Alice Cooper rocked the crowd at the State Farm Center in Champaign, Illinois with hits like "School's Out" and "No More Mr. Guy," kicking off his "Too Close For Comfort" tour. Cooper's band, including guitarist Nita Strauss, have been together for almost ten years and have a natural chemistry on stage. The tour includes stops with Mötley Crüe, Def Leppard, and Rob Zombie.
Red State: WATCH: MSNBC, Guests Stacey Adams & Al Sharpton Demand Republicans Condemn 'Ban' Story That Doesn't Exist
MSNBC falsely claims a Florida school banned Amanda Gorman's poem, which was read at Joe Biden's inauguration. The school only moved the poem to a section more appropriate for middle school students based on vocabulary. Despite this, Nicolle Wallace, Stacey Abrams, and Al Sharpton demanded Republicans condemn the nonexistent ban. They claimed this was an attack on LGBTQ and non-white writers, but only one parent deemed the language inappropriate for grade schoolers. Conservatives are not responsible for demonizing Gorman, but according to Wallace and Abrams, Republicans should defend her and her poem.