THE AMERICA ONE NEWS
Nov 28, 2023 |
Fox News: Texas House votes to impeach Republican Attorney General Ken Paxton
Ken Paxton, Republican Attorney General of Texas, has been impeached by the state House of Representatives over allegations of bribery, abuse of public trust, and disregard of official duties. Following the 121-23 vote to impeach him, he will temporarily step down while facing trial in the state Senate, where a two-thirds majority is required to remove him from office. Paxton is accused of using his position to benefit an Austin real estate investor, Nate Paul, while obstructing justice.
The Right Scoop: ‘YOU’RE A PIECE OF S**t!!’ Furious AOC constituents light her UP during LIVE town hall in Queens and it’s WILD
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez faced angry constituents at a Queens town hall, with some calling her a "piece of sh*t". Issues ranged from illegal immigration to her failure to represent her district. The chaotic event was streamed live and went viral online.
Fox News: Charlamagne Tha God roasts the left for focusing on glitchy DeSantis’ launch: ‘Tell me what y’all doing!’
Radio show host Charlamagne Tha God criticized the media for focusing on technical glitches in Florida Governor Ron DeSantis' Twitter speech rather than the content of his 2024 presidential announcement speech. Charlamagne also questioned why the Democratic Party hadn't provided any counterpoints to DeSantis' policy proposals and urged them to present their policies. Reporter Tezlyn Figaro highlighted the importance of educating the base and criticized Democrats and the media for not doing enough of that. Co-host DJ Envy agreed that the media should focus on substance over small flaws.
PJ Media: Poll: Biden Approval Rating Declines to All-Time Low
President Biden's approval rating has hit a new low of 35%, down from 59% in January 2021. Only 33% of Americans believe that his re-election in 2024 would be a step forward for the country. Within his party, 60% of Democratic voters back Biden for the ticket, but 42% of these supporters say they could be persuaded to vote for someone else in the primary. Meanwhile, potential successor Kamala Harris suffers from even worse polling numbers, making it difficult for the Democratic Party to replace Biden.
Daily Wire: ‘People With Female Sex Organs’: Major Feminine Product Maker’s Latest Attack On Girls And Women
Tampon maker Always has released its annual puberty guide without mentioning women or girls, instead referring to them as “people with female sex organs,” a move blamed on Leftist ideology. The high profile Procter & Gamble-owned company, is accused of supporting gender-denial procedures and abuse. Multiple teachers have criticised the Always guide, saying the new phrasing will be confusing and does not relate to girls’ experience or their bodies. Last year, the company also removed the word “woman” from its packaging. The views expressed in this piece are the author’s own and do not necessarily represent those of The Daily Wire.
The New American: You Can’t Hide from the Deep State. Fighting Back is the Only Solution.
Many Americans fear governmental tyranny and have turned to off-gridding, homesteading, and doomsday prepping as a way to escape that. However, this kind of isolation only makes citizens more vulnerable to the "Deep State," as it is nearly impossible to be truly self-sufficient and to hide from the government in America. Instead, the only path forward is through the hard work of citizenship, getting involved, building relationships, and becoming personally successful so that there is more time and resources to give to the cause.
The Federalist Papers: Startling Discovery Made After Missouri Nun's Body Is Exhumed - Faithful Proclaim a Miracle Has Taken Place in US
A Catholic nun's body in a rural Missouri town has shown no signs of decay four years after her death. Sister Wilhelmina Lancaster founded the Benedictines of Mary, Queen of Apostles, in Gower, Missouri. Her body was found intact despite a split in the coffin in which she was buried. Hundreds have come to see the seemingly miraculous sight, and it is being seen as a reminder that "life does not end when we take our last breath." The body will be encased in glass near the altar of the abbey chapel.
Forbes: ‘Yellowjackets’ Season 2 Abandoned The Horror Elements That Made Season 1 So Scary Good
Yellowjackets' second season lacked the visceral and raw sense of rising dread and horror that made the first season so successful. The instrumental music that was so effective in Season 1 was replaced with 90s' hits, and scary scenes felt rushed and forced. Season 1 had many unforgettable moments of horror, but Season 2 lacked any truly great scary scenes or moments.
The Blaze: Indiana funeral director pleaded guilty to theft of 48 decomposing corpses and cremated bodies, allegedly lied to families about cremains
Indiana funeral director Randy Lankford pleads guilty to stealing and mishandling 48 decomposing corpses and cremated remains, facing 12 years of sentence and ordered to pay $46,000 in restitution to 53 families. The discovery of the bodies came after local residents reported a potent odor emanating from Lankford Funeral Home, prompting authorities to investigate and find dozens of bodies unrefrigerated in different rooms of the funeral home.
Fox News: LeBron James shares congratulatory post for son Bronny's high school graduation: 'PROUD'
LeBron James’ son, Bronny, graduated from Sierra Canyon High School in southern California. Bronny played basketball at the school and has committed to playing at the University of Southern California. James has previously expressed his desire to play professionally with his son, who is eligible for the 2024 NBA Draft.
Flag And Cross: Late Spring Frost Deals Severe Blow To Upstate New York Vineyards
A cold snap in mid-May caused some of the worst frosts Finger Lakes vineyards had faced in decades, with vineyards facing lower yields this year for some grape varieties. Winemakers are concerned about the impact of climate change on future weather patterns. Although low May temperatures do not happen frequently enough to dip below the average most years, such cold nights are always possible, and winemakers now worry about what the future might have in store for their vineyards. The upcoming week will see temperatures warm up, with plenty of sunshine and a chance of thunderstorms by Thursday.