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#illegals

The Epoch Times: DHS to Let More Potential Illegal Immigrants Schedule Their Arrivals
DHS to Let More Potential Illegal Immigrants Schedule Their Arrivals
The Department of Homeland Security is increasing the number of appointments available for would-be illegal immigrants to enter the United States. The appointments, made through the CBP One application, allow individuals to schedule entry despite lacking legal status. The move is part of the Biden administration's efforts to address the spike in illegal immigration since President Biden took office. Critics argue that the appointments are an attempt to conceal the crisis at the border.

Officials defend the appointment system, stating that it provides a safe and orderly process for noncitizens to access ports of entry. However, critics claim that it allows immigrants to enter who would not have otherwise been approved. The number of illegal crossings between ports of entry has decreased since the introduction of the appointments, but opponents argue that this is merely a manipulation of data.


#politics

The New American: Bolsonaro Banned from Politics—Just as the Left Wants to do to Trump
Bolsonaro Banned from Politics—Just as the Left Wants to do to Trump
Former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has been banned from seeking public office for eight years, similar to the strategy Democrats are using against Donald Trump. Bolsonaro lost the 2022 election to left-wing President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva by a narrow margin, and he claimed voter fraud. The ban came after allegations from the Democratic Labor Party, and Bolsonaro plans to appeal. This incident highlights the parallels between Bolsonaro and Trump's experiences, where both faced demonization, suspicions of voter fraud, and continued targeting by the deep state.


#society

Newsbusters: In Wake of Supreme Court Decision, Liberal Media Stands Up for Discrimination
In Wake of Supreme Court Decision, Liberal Media Stands Up for Discrimination
The liberal media's reaction to the Supreme Court's decision to prohibit colleges from judging applicants by race is appalling. It shows a disregard for history and a support for racial discrimination. This decision aligns with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream of a nation where people are judged by character, not skin color.


The Federalist Papers: Lawless Streets: New York City's Crime Surge Forces Grocery Stores to Lock Up Ice Cream
Lawless Streets: New York City's Crime Surge Forces Grocery Stores to Lock Up Ice Cream


New York City's crime surge and increase in shoplifting have led grocery stores to lock up their ice cream. The audacity of criminals, stealing high-value items and jeopardizing livelihoods, is disheartening. Lenient criminal reform policies contribute to an environment of lawlessness, causing frustration and financial loss for local stores. People are seeking safer havens, and it's time for leaders to prioritize safety and restore law and order.


#war

National Review: The Corner: ‘This Valorous Defense of Hearth and Home’
The Corner: ‘This Valorous Defense of Hearth and Home’
Kyle Parker, a Russianist, is heavily involved in the US Magnitsky Act, much to the disapproval of Putin. Parker has extensive knowledge on Russia, Ukraine, and US policies, and has witnessed the resilience of Ukrainians during the war. The Ukrainians have shown immense bravery in defending their country, even in the face of invasion and aerial bombardment. Despite the admiration that many have for Ukraine, Putin still has supporters and excuse-makers in the Free World.


#economy

The Epoch Times: Small Business Owners Nationwide Struggling to Make Rent: Survey
Small Business Owners Nationwide Struggling to Make Rent: Survey
Small business owners are struggling to pay rent on time due to rising rental amounts. A report by Alignable states that 39 percent of small businesses were unable to pay their June rent in full and on time. The education sector was the most affected, followed by manufacturing and restaurants. Rising rents, inflation, interest rates, and other challenges are causing small business revenues to drop. The Biden administration was blamed by small business owners for creating a tough situation.


#religion

Human Events: ANTHONY WATSON: MLB pitcher Trevor Williams urges fans to boycott the LA Dodgers
ANTHONY WATSON: MLB pitcher Trevor Williams urges fans to boycott
the LA Dodgers
MLB pitcher Trevor Williams calls for a boycott of the Los Angeles Dodgers after they invite an anti-Catholic organization to their Pride night. Williams, a devout Catholic, urges fellow Catholics to reconsider their support. His public stance receives support but also acknowledges the risks involved.


#culture

The Epoch Times: Thousands on Bicycles Kick Off Fourth of July Celebrations in Huntington Beach
Thousands on Bicycles Kick Off Fourth of July Celebrations in Huntington Beach
Thousands of patriotic cyclists gathered in Huntington Beach to celebrate the Fourth of July, with a larger turnout than expected. The event is part of the city's week-long Independence Day celebration, deemed the largest in the western United States.


#education

The Right Scoop: College biology professor FIRED after teaching sex determined by chromosomes
College biology professor FIRED after teaching sex determined by chromosomes
Biology professor fired for teaching that sex is determined by chromosomes. Alleged religious preaching and discriminatory comments. Violation of First Amendment and civil rights.


#sports

Forbes: WWE Money In The Bank 2023 Results: John Cena Returns, Wants WrestleMania In London
WWE Money In The Bank 2023 Results: John Cena Returns, Wants WrestleMania In London
WWE star John Cena returns to the O2 Arena in London, sparking speculation of WrestleMania coming to the UK. Cena's surprise appearance at Money in the Bank excites fans and raises hopes for a major PPV event in London.


Fox News: Yankees female minor league manager ejected by woman umpire
Yankees female minor league manager ejected by woman umpire
Rachel Balkovec, the first female manager in minor league baseball history, was ejected from a game while arguing a call. The Tampa Tarpons rallied to win the game.


Forbes: WWE Money In The Bank 2023 Results: Cody Rhodes Destroys Dominik Mysterio
WWE Money In The Bank 2023 Results: Cody Rhodes Destroys Dominik Mysterio
Cody Rhodes defeats Dominik Mysterio in a one-sided match at WWE Money in the Bank 2023. Rhodes is massively popular with the London crowd and ultimately puts Mysterio down with a Cross Rhodes. Their rivalry is more complex than a typical babyface vs. heel feud, with Rhodes needing to face adversity to "earn" a WWE Title win. The long game for Rhodes involves a potential WrestleMania main event rematch with Roman Reigns.


#technology

The Epoch Times: Musk Says Twitter Limiting How Many Tweets Users Can Read
Musk Says Twitter Limiting How Many Tweets Users Can Read
Twitter CEO Elon Musk announced that the platform will limit the number of tweets users can read due to system manipulation and data scraping. New unverified accounts are limited to 300 posts per day, while existing unverified accounts can read up to 600 posts. Verified accounts have a limit of 6,000 posts. Musk jokingly said that the limits would soon be raised to 8,000 for blue checkmark accounts and 800 for unverified accounts. He previously threatened to sue Microsoft for allegedly using Twitter data for training their artificial intelligence models. Musk, along with experts and industry executives, signed an open letter calling for a temporary halt to training advanced AI systems. The letter warned of the risks posed by such systems and urged the development of safety protocols. Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates questioned the idea of a pause and suggested a more focused approach to addressing AI risks.


#other

Flag And Cross: Record Number Of Travelers Expected As July 4th Weather Brings Mixed Conditions Across The US.
Record Number Of Travelers Expected As July 4th Weather Brings Mixed Conditions Across The US.
A record number of travelers expected for July 4th weekend. Thunderstorms may impact plans in upstate NY and New England. I-95 corridor should see improvement. Boston at highest risk of showers, D.C. will be dry but humid. Be cautious of heat-related illnesses and changing weather conditions. Lightning strikes and downpours are primary hazards. Central and northern Plains at risk for severe weather.