THE AMERICA ONE NEWS
Dec 3, 2023 |
Fox News: 23 GOP-led states back Florida challenge to Biden policy releasing migrants without court dates
Nearly two dozen Republican-led states have backed Florida's legal challenge to a Biden policy that allowed for the release of migrants into the US interior without court dates. The policy, known as "parole with conditions," was blocked just hours before the expiration of the Title 42 public health order. The 23 states warn of the damage that could be inflicted if the policy were allowed to resume, adding that the administration's failure to enforce federal immigration law has imposed severe and irreparable harm on the state and placing blame on the administration's policies.
The Epoch Times: Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs Vetos Major Election Bills
Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs vetoed four Republican-backed bills related to election laws, including a proposal to withdraw Arizona from the Electronic Registration Information Center (ERIC). Hobbs, a Democrat, said that ERIC is a tool essential to ensuring accurate voter registration, and accused Republicans in the Legislature of sending her bills that would prevent the state from joining organizations that help improve elections. Republicans hold a majority in both the state House and Senate, but lack enough votes to overturn Hobbs's vetoes. She has now nixed 99 bills during her time in office, most of them containing conservative measures, including a ban on critical race theory in K-12 public schools and a bill that would have protected Second Amendment rights.
Human Events: UK TV show leaves viewers shocked after airing a 15-person orgy
UK's Channel 4 faced backlash for broadcasting a 15-person orgy on their show "Open House: The Great Sex Experiment." Couples are tested on opening up their relationships to sex with other people to "strengthen their bond." The controversial episode showed one of the couples having sex in front of everyone else.
Euromaidan Press: Ukrainian intelligence exposes Russia’s vulnerabilities during Belgorod incursion
Ukrainian intel gathered "valuable information" revealing weaknesses in the Russian Army during the Belgorod Oblast attack. The information suggests Russia lacks the capability to repel internal attacks.
Euromaidan Press: Russo-Ukrainian War. Day 458: Naval drones damage Russian intelligence ship
Russian forces launch 20 missile strikes, including 10 Kh-101/Kh-555 air-launched cruise missiles intercepted by Ukrainian defenders. Russian forces also conduct 68 airstrikes, using Iranian Shahed combat drones, guided aerial bombs, and MLRS attacks, killing civilians and damaging buildings. Ukrainian forces shoot down 10 missiles, over 20 drones, and intercept two reconnaissance UAVs during the attacks.
Flag And Cross: Biblical Film About Abraham and Isaac Makes History at Award Event: 'We Praise the Lord'
The faith-based film "His Only Son" has made history twice this year. It won the first-ever Torch Award for Film at Angel Studios' "Illuminate" event in May, and was also the first crowdfunded theatrical production to be released nationwide. The movie, which cost $250,000 to make, grossed $5.5 million in its opening weekend and continues to be released in international markets. Director David Helling said a future film about the life of Isaac's son, Jacob, is likely.
Flag And Cross: Faithful Proclaim a Miracle Has Taken Place in Missouri After Nun Is Exhumed - Nobody Expected to See This
The body of Sister Wilhelmina Lancaster, who founded a Roman Catholic order, shows no signs of decay four years after her death, leading to a surge in visitors to Gower, Missouri, where the Benedictines of Mary, Queen of Apostles is located. The body was found intact despite a split in the wooden coffin, and has been venerated for its apparent incorruptibility, which is a sign of holiness in Catholic tradition. The abbey's Mother Cecilia said she "couldn't believe" the findings, and that it was a testament to "hope and faith and trust."
PJ Media: Medicaid Physicians Criminally Bribed to Coerce Parents Into COVID-19 Vaccination
Child patients in Kentucky on government Medicaid were incentivized with $50 bonuses for their doctors to coerce them into getting vaccinated with an experimental mRNA therapy. Doctors are not required to disclose the bribe to parents, violating the Hippocratic Oath. This highlights the moral hazards of putting the federal government in charge of healthcare systems.
Fox News: Jordan Neely death: Family will file wrongful death lawsuit against Daniel Penny
Marine veteran Daniel Penny is being sued over the choking death of Jordan Neely, a homeless man who allegedly made threats and scared passengers on a New York City train. Penny is charged with second-degree manslaughter, but his attorney argues he acted to protect himself and others. Neely had a history of attacking subway riders, and a crowdfunding campaign for Penny's legal defense has raised over $2 million, with excess money intended to go to a mental health advocacy program in New York City.
The Federalist Papers: Democrat's Interview Interrupted by Drive-By Shooting in Broad Daylight Near Public Park
A drive-by shooting interrupted an interview with Democratic city council candidate Yolanda Cooper-Smith in Memphis, Tennessee. Shots rang out as the news team talked about the police department's plans to enforce a teen curfew. This comes as crime rates surge across America and shows how bad the problem has become. While Cooper-Smith and the team were unharmed, the incident highlights the need for stronger measures to be taken to reduce crime in cities. A prayer for safety during the ordeal invokes the power of God in times of both trauma and everyday struggles.
Daily Wire: Boston’s Reparations Task Force Coordinator Fired After Burning Sage, Harassing Custodians, Sleeping In City Hall, And Getting Arrested: Report
George Williams, Boston’s Reparations Task Force project coordinator, was arrested for allegedly trespassing in an upstairs office at Boston City Hall and for allegedly chasing off a custodian to gain access to the room while burning sage. City employees said that throughout May, they've had difficulties with him trespassing in the building after hours and being aggressive and threatening toward staff members inside City Hall. Williams was picked by Wu to serve as part of her Reparations Task Force in 2022, but his contract has been terminated, and the task force is still looking for a research partner. Williams is a former college professor at the University of Colorado in the Sociology department.
Fox News: Former MLB pitcher David Hess says he has been diagnosed with cancer a second time
Former MLB pitcher David Hess revealed on social media that his battle with angiosarcoma cancer and lung nodules is ongoing, despite undergoing surgery and chemotherapy. He expressed his determination to fight and achieve a cancer-free prognosis. Liam Hendriks and his wife Kristi have contributed to an online fundraiser for Hess and his wife Devin, with Hess having been diagnosed with rare forms of germ cell tumor and angiosarcoma. Hess has a career record of 6-22 and played for the Tampa Bay Rays, the Baltimore Orioles, and the Miami Marlins.
The Epoch Times: Djokovic Enters French Open With Chance to Top Absent Nadal With Record 23rd Slam Title
Novak Djokovic has a chance to lead the career standings alone with a men's-record 23 Grand Slam titles with the French Open starting on Sunday without Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer. Djokovic's current collection of 22 majors means he owns 16 more than the other 127 men in the bracket in Paris combined. Alcaraz is ranked No. 1 and is a possible favorite, but when asked about who enters as the favorite in Nadal’s absence, many players pointed to Djokovic; Djokovic himself also named several other contenders including Ruud, Medvedev, Rune, Tsitsipas, Zverev, and Sinner.