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10 Jun 2023

#politics

Daily Wire: Police Investigating Discovery Of 2020 Absentee Ballots In Michigan Storage Locker
Police Investigating Discovery Of 2020 Absentee Ballots In Michigan Storage Locker
Michigan State Police are investigating the discovery of approximately 300 spoiled absentee ballots from the 2020 election found in a storage locker. The ballots, uncovered in a locker owned by the deputy town clerk in Thetford Township in August 2022, were mostly spoiled and of no use. The investigation is still ongoing, and the Michigan attorney general's office will determine whether any laws were broken.


Red State: Alan Dershowitz Weighs in on Trump Indictment: 'This May Be the Worst Sentence He Ever Uttered'
Alan Dershowitz Weighs in on Trump Indictment: 'This May Be the Worst Sentence He Ever Uttered'
Legal commentator Alan Dershowitz believes that former President Donald Trump's indictment over classified documents is stronger than he anticipated, but that Trump's own inability to keep his mouth shut is his Achilles heel. Dershowitz notes that while it's one thing to have Trump voicing that classified documents are in his hands, it's another to prove that he wasn't just boasting. Despite the weak case in question, and the fact that many charges would not have been brought in the case of anyone other than Trump, Dershowitz criticizes the hypocrisy of leftists who support the Espionage Act, and advises Trump to make sure he does not say anything more to avoid further legal jeopardy.


#society

Breitbart: Nolte: Disney’s ‘Indy 5’ Tracks for Dismal $60M Opening Weekend
Nolte: Disney’s ‘Indy 5’ Tracks for Dismal $60M Opening Weekend
Disney faces box office disappointment as projections show Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny is predicted to open with a dismal $60 million and there are serious questions about its profitability. Even with over 4,000 theaters showing the film, it is believed that with the brand damage caused by the last Indiana Jones film, Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, the poor promotion campaign, the terrible ratings the film received and the trust issues created by Disney's grooming of children, it will be lucky to reach a $200 million domestic gross. The damage reportedly caused to both the Star Wars and Indiana Jones brands through the SJW inspired themes, as well as a universally despised casting in the form of Phoebe Waller-Not Cates, has created a lack of confidence at the box office for Disney in June.


#foreignaffairs

Fox News: Biden admin confirms China spy base efforts in Cuba, calls it 'ongoing issue'
Biden admin confirms China spy base efforts in Cuba, calls it 'ongoing issue'
China's attempts at increasing its spying operations in Cuba have been confirmed by the Biden administration, with officials saying it has been an "ongoing issue." Reports had initially surfaced that Beijing had established a new spy base on the island, but the administration dismissed them. However, US officials are convinced China has agreed to pay billions of dollars to Cuba for it to become an electronic eavesdropping facility, with Cuba providing access for Chinese intelligence services to monitor US ship traffic around southern bases in the US.


#economy

The Epoch Times: How AI Is Transforming the Accounting Industry and What the Future Will Look Like
How AI Is Transforming the Accounting Industry and What the Future Will Look Like
AI is transforming the bookkeeping industry by handling monotonous data entry, offering real-time data processing and intelligent financial analysis. It enhances security and compliance measures and brings cost-efficiency and scalability. Human bookkeepers will remain essential, however, as they bring unique skills and expertise beyond AI's capabilities, including interpreting financial data in a broader context, providing personalized advice, and maintaining ethical integrity. AI will be a collaborative asset, leveraging the strengths of both AI and human professionals to drive financial success and organizational growth.


#religion

The New American: The Modern Superhero Cult is the Product of a Godless Society
The Modern Superhero Cult is the Product of a Godless Society
The superhero craze is a pop culture phenomenon that satisfies people's need for religious faith. However, the genre has become a form of modern religious worship for many young people and has transformed into something that no longer instills good values. It appears the makers of this content are inserting Marxism into their stories, turning characters gay or trans, and crafting storylines that reinforce the "conservatives are the real bad guys threatening the world" narrative. This modern mythology has supplanted the role that history, biblical scripture, and traditional national myths were supposed to play in society. It's time to point youth to the Word of God and our people's history instead of this deceptive cult.


#culture

The Federalist Papers: John Rich Responds to Garth Brooks' Decision to Serve Bud Light at His New Bar
John Rich Responds to Garth Brooks' Decision to Serve Bud Light at His New Bar
Country music star John Rich comments on fellow musician Garth Brooks’ decision to serve “every brand of beer” at his new bar in Nashville. Rich offers cautious advice, suggesting that Brooks might find limited demand for Bud Light. Rich believes that Brooks’ motivation behind this decision stems from a desire to bridge the divide in the country. Meanwhile, Bud Light continues to experience declining sales as a result of the recent controversy surrounding their beer.


#health

The Epoch Times: Goodbye, Water Retention: Natural Weight Loss Through Massage and Acupressure on 3 Acupoints
Goodbye, Water Retention: Natural Weight Loss Through Massage and Acupressure on 3 Acupoints
Excessive water retention can cause edematous weight gain, resulting in swelling, fatigue, body odor, and other symptoms. Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) acupressure and meridian tapping techniques can activate the body's internal dehumidifiers (spleen, lungs, and kidneys) to eliminate excess moisture, reduce swelling, and achieve natural and healthy weight loss. Massage three acupoints alternately and tap along the liver, spleen, and kidney meridians to regulate the endocrine system, assist in eliminating excess moisture, and facilitate slimming of the legs and body. The job's tears water, four-herbal soup, red bean soup, winter melon soup, and black tea with ginger can promote urination and reduce swelling. However, please consult a professional TCM doctor for specific treatment options.


#crime

Forbes: Hedge Fund Founder Odey Out After Sexual Assault, Harassment Claims
Hedge Fund Founder Odey Out After Sexual Assault, Harassment Claims
Crispin Odey, founder of Odey Asset Management, will no longer have involvement in the company after 13 women accused him of sexual assault or harassment across 25 years, though Odey denies the allegations. The hedge fund will continue operations while investigating, but leadership cannot comment in detail due to legal obligations and confidentiality. Internal investigations in 2021 found Odey had acted inappropriately toward women and the company placed restrictions on his interactions with women, but he fired the executive team after they tried to discipline him.


Fox News: Unabomber Ted Kaczynski found dead in prison cell
Unabomber Ted Kaczynski found dead in prison cell
Convicted domestic terrorist Ted Kaczynski, also known as the Unabomber, has died in his prison cell at age 81. Kaczynski was responsible for killing three people and injuring 23 with 16 bombs between 1978 and 1995, and had been serving a life sentence since his capture in 1996.


The Epoch Times: Judge Who Ruled in Trump's Favor in Previous Matter Assigned to New Case
Judge Who Ruled in Trump's Favor in Previous Matter Assigned to New Case
Former President Donald Trump has been assigned federal judge Aileen Cannon, who was appointed by Trump and ruled in his favor in a previous case, for his new criminal case in Florida. The case alleges that Trump illegally kept classified materials and other sensitive documents beyond his presidency and showed them to people in violation of federal law, an accusation he denies. If prosecutors believe that Cannon cannot be fair, they can file an affidavit asking for her recusal from the case.


PJ Media: Nashville School Shooter's Parents Are Looking to Take Possession of Trans Killer's Manifesto
Nashville School Shooter's Parents Are Looking to Take Possession of Trans Killer's Manifesto
The Nashville police have yet to release any information on Audrey Hale's motives for gunning down three children and three adults at a Christian school. A lawsuit has been filed by the National Police Association and private investigator Clata Brewer asking the court to order the release of Hale's "manifesto" and other documents in response to their public records requests. The parents of Hale have stepped forward and are claiming that since Hale died without a will, the manifesto and the documents belong to them. The court will decide on the release of the manifesto after an appeal over attempts from the school and students’ parents to intervene in the lawsuit.

It has been nearly three months since the shooting, and there's still no hint as to Hale's motives. The possibility that Hale was motivated by anti-Christian hate is too strong to dismiss since Hale may have harbored ill feelings toward the Christian school. However, the authorities won't release the manifesto due to their own exaggerated and hysterical fear that exposing the hate of Hale will bring a backlash against transgender people. That's the explanation they'll use when the documents are finally published.


#sports

Fox News: Golfers who turned down LIV, stayed with PGA Tour could get equity in new venture
Golfers who turned down LIV, stayed with PGA Tour could get equity in new venture
The PGA Tour, DP World Tour, and Saudi Public Investment Fund have merged to create a new golfing entity, which will include equity shares for current PGA Tour members. Those who left the PGA Tour to join LIV Golf will not be able to participate in the equity plan.


The Epoch Times: Iga Swiatek Beats Karolina Muchova in the French Open Final for Her 3rd Trophy in Paris, 4th Slam
Iga Swiatek Beats Karolina Muchova in the French Open Final for Her 3rd Trophy in Paris, 4th Slam
In a dramatic three-set match, top-seeded Iga Swiatek overcame a second-set crisis and a third-set deficit to beat Karolina Muchova and win her third career championship at the French Open. Swiatek raced to a 3-0 lead in both the first and second sets, but Muchova grabbed five of six games to pull even at a set apiece. However, Swiatek returned to her usual brand of crisp, clean tennis in the deciding set, scurrying around the red clay with sublime defense and finding just the occasions to try for a winner. She claimed the last three games of the match to become the youngest woman with four Grand Slam trophies since Serena Williams was 20 when she got to that number at the 2002 U.S. Open.


#other

National Review: The Corner: Weekend Short: Washington Irving’s ‘Rip Van Winkle’
The Corner: Weekend Short: Washington Irving’s ‘Rip Van Winkle’
The author announces the end of the "Weekend Short" and the transition to a monthly profile of a short story or novella. Washington Irving's "Rip Van Winkle" is an early American tale that explores the tension between the sociopolitical progenitors and the aspirations of the United States. The story revolves around the changes that occurred during a 20-year slumber and the trade-offs to independence. The European and Indian stories weave together as all eyes contemplate the land's unknowable higher powers.


The Epoch Times: IN-DEPTH: Wildfires Exacerbated by Poor Forest Management, Not Climate Change, Professors Say
IN-DEPTH: Wildfires Exacerbated by Poor Forest Management, Not Climate Change, Professors Say
Environmental and economic professors suggest that poor forest management, rather than climate change, is the cause of recent forest fires. The number of wildfires has been decreasing for decades. The alternate forest management practices in the 1980s led to the accumulation of fuel and an increase in the size and intensity of wildfires that can become unmanageable much more quickly. Climate change has had "some effect" on the frequency of forest fires, but carbon reduction is not the only solution. Arson is also a possible cause of some forest fires.