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Dec 11, 2023 |
The Right Scoop: WATCH LIVE: Trump to hold rally at Georgia GOP convention at 2:30PM ET
Fox News: North Carolina GOP censures Sen. Thom Tillis for straying from party on guns, immigration, LGBTQ+ rights
North Carolina Republican delegates censured U.S. Sen. Thom Tillis for allegedly not adhering to conservative values regarding his stance on immigration and LGBTQ+ rights. The censure needed a two-thirds majority to pass at the annual convention in Greensboro, which had 1,801 voting delegates present. However, some delegates were hesitant to support the censure, which could further divide Republicans.
Flag And Cross: Seattle Judge Rules Female-Only Korean Spa Must Allow Men to Bathe Nude with Females
A Seattle spa with a women-only rule has lost a case in court against transgender activist Haven Wilvich, who claimed the spa was breaking human rights laws by not admitting him. Despite the spa allowing transgender men who had undergone full transitioning to use its facilities, it refused entry to those who had not yet completed the process, to protect the privacy and wellbeing of its customers. The case was heard in Seattle District Court by Judge Barbara Jacobs Rothstein, whose ruling stated that transgenderism was a chief American principle and regardless of the spa owners’ Christian faith, the spa may no longer refuse to admit transgender customers.
The Federalist Papers: Seattle Judge Rules Female-Only Korean Spa Must Allow Men to Bathe Nude with Females
A Seattle spa has been ordered by a leftist judge, sold out to the extreme transgender agenda, to allow men claiming to be women to participate in the nude spa experience. The ruling followed a claim by transgender activist Haven Wilvich that the spa operator was breaking Washington state law prohibiting discrimination against trans women by denying him service. The owners of Olympus Spa had argued that their "women-only rule ... is essential for the safety, legal protection, and well-being of our customers" and is also in line with their Christian religious beliefs which reject trans customers who haven't fully transitioned.
Human Events: MORGONN MCMICHAEL: 38% of Americans say they’re conservative on social issues - the highest since 2012
Americans increasingly identify as socially and economically conservative, according to a recent poll by Gallup. The percentage of socially conservative Americans has risen steadily over the past two years, while the percentage of socially liberal Americans has decreased. This trend has been particularly pronounced in the 30-49 age group, and even 30% of 18-29 year olds identify as conservative on social issues. The shift reflects growing discontent with the left's mainstream acceptance of policies such as transgender surgeries for minors and late-term abortions.
The Epoch Times: Robert F. Kennedy Jr.'s Dismissal of China Military Threat 'Dangerously Naive': Retired Colonel
Robert F. Kennedy Jr.'s views on China do not align with reality, according to analysts. Kennedy has called for economic rather than military competition with China, stating that they do not want to compete with the US militarily and want peace and prosperity. However, analysts argued that Kennedy is naive about China's malign behavior and his comments are dangerously misconstrued. Beijing has prioritized expanding its military and overseas presence, and it has the largest navy in the world, estimated to bloat by the end of the decade. Some analysts view Kennedy's views as harmful as China seeks to destroy the US.
Red State: NEW: Target Tumbles to Its Biggest Loss Yet, Gets Hit With Yet Another Downgrade
Bud Light has lost its number one beer spot in America to Modelo Especial. Many distributors believe Bud Light will continue to struggle for several months, if not recover all of the customers they've lost. Target has continued to face struggles in the stock market since the middle of May, facing downgrades and losing 13.9 percent of in-store traffic in the last week of May. Citi analysts have moved Target from buy to neutral, citing "diminishing store traffic" and Walmart beginning to "gobble up" Target's market share. As more information about Target's political affiliations come out, the more people want to continue boycotting. Each of these companies now has competition that will take them down.
PJ Media: RFK Jr. Goes Where Few Tread, Vindicates the Alex Jones 'Gay Frogs Conspiracy Theory'
Chemical warfare is being waged in silence through the weaponization of medical systems, public schools, and the judicial system to push transgender ideology. The chemical component of the agenda is often ignored, but it is crucial. Atrazine, a commonly detected pesticide contaminant, is a potent endocrine disruptor that chemically castrates and forcibly feminizes frogs. There is evidence it is doing the same to humans. RFK Jr. is one of the few politicians speaking out against this conspiracy fact.
The Blaze: Former Rhode Island councilman previously busted with crack pipe now hit with child molestation charges
Former Rhode Island councilman Matthew Reilly, previously arrested for possession of a controlled substance, has been arrested again for child sex crimes. A month-long investigation began after the legal guardian of a 12-year-old girl filed a complaint with authorities. Reilly was charged with first-degree child molestation, second-degree child molestation, and enticement of a person under 16. His attorney has asked the public to allow the legal process to unfold. Reilly is being held without bail and is due back in court on June 15.
Fox News: Stephen A. Smith says he wants Michael Irvin to join his ESPN show following suspension from NFL Network
Stephen A. Smith wants Michael Irvin as co-host on "First Take." Irvin, however, was removed from NFL Network's coverage after alleged misconduct with a woman at a Phoenix hotel and filed a $100 million lawsuit against the employee and Marriott.
Fox News: Conor McGregor sent Miami Heat mascot to hospital with punch: report
UFC star Conor McGregor punched the Miami Heat mascot, Burnie, during Game 4 of the 2023 NBA Finals. The mascot was hospitalized and McGregor was booed by the crowd. McGregor is scheduled to return to the octagon later this year.
The Epoch Times: 'The Battle Isn't Won': Next 48 Hours Crucial in Quebec Wildfire Fight: Bonnardel
Quebec's wildfire fight in the northern and western province remains crucial with a flammability index increase due to 48 hours of hot, dry conditions with low humidity before rain is forecast on June 15. Environment Canada meteorologists predict 10-20 millimetres of rain for affected regions when the precipitation arrives. Over 130 fires are burning, with 13,810 Quebecers evacuated, and about 300 firefighters from Spain, Portugal, and the United States expected in the next 48 to 72 hours. The province's officials have prioritized 37 fires with 861 firefighters on the ground, and 20 water bombers are deployed in the fight.
The Epoch Times: Man, 20, Killed in Single-Vehicle Crash in Irvine
Lake Forest man dies in solo Lexus crash in Irvine at 4:26 a.m. on June 10. Car collides with trees, pole and fire hydrant. Investigations ongoing by Irvine police to identify a cause.