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Feb 27, 2024 |
American Thinker: The Dutch coalition government just collapsed
The Dutch coalition government collapsed due to opposition against seizing farmland for climate change purposes. The farmers, backed by voters, protested against the government's plan. The collapse was also linked to the government's stance on illegal immigration.
Red State: Numbers Are In: Now We Know Who Could Make the Stage for First 2024 GOP Presidential Debate
The first Republican primary debate for the 2024 election is approaching. Candidates must meet the strict criteria set by the Republican National Committee (RNC) to participate, including polling and donor thresholds. Former President Donald Trump's attendance is uncertain, but Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has confirmed his presence. Only a few contenders have met the RNC benchmarks so far, with DeSantis and Trump leading in fundraising. As the election draws closer, the competition is sure to intensify.
The Epoch Times: Cory Morgan: Banning the Russian Pavilion at Edmonton Heritage Festival Reeks of Intolerance
Canada's history of welcoming immigrants is being overshadowed by prejudice against Russian Canadians due to the war in Ukraine. The banning of the Russian pavilion at the Edmonton Heritage Festival and the cancellation of a young pianist's performance show acts of intolerance. The government's silence on these issues is dividing Canadians of Russian and Ukrainian descent, which goes against Canada's reputation as a sanctuary.
Forbes: The Ukrainian Battalion That Lost Half Its Leopard 2R Mineclearing Vehicles In A Russian Minefield? It’s Still In The Fight.
In June, the 47th Assault Brigade suffered significant losses in a failed assault across a Russian minefield in Ukraine. They abandoned three Leopard 2R mineclearing vehicles and other vehicles due to anti-tank mines and Russian attacks. The brigade now operates with only three Leopard 2Rs, but they continue to fight alongside other engineering vehicles.
Flag And Cross: Disney Quietly Deletes $50M Project from Existence Less Than 2 Months After Release
Disney is experiencing significant financial losses due to the underperformance of its recent films, with losses rising to over $890 million. The slump is now impacting Disney's streaming service, as the sci-fi adventure movie "Crater" was quietly removed from Disney+ after seven weeks. The film, which explored themes of inequality and had a pro-union message, received mixed reviews. Disney+ and Hulu are also set to lose more content, with over 70 movies and TV shows being removed, resulting in a $1.5 billion write-down. The company is facing the challenge of reversing its financial struggles to avoid sinking further.
The Epoch Times: To Fight Loneliness, Find a Sense of Purpose
Having a sense of purpose in life can protect against loneliness, which is a major predictor of health problems and early mortality. A study conducted in Switzerland found that people who reported a purposeful life were less likely to feel lonely, regardless of age. Activities that provide a sense of purpose often involve interaction with others, but having a sense of purpose can also fight loneliness even when not surrounded by people. However, it's important to find personal meaning in small things rather than feeling the need to save the world.
Fox News: New details emerge about Michigan toddler Wynter Cole Smith's alleged murder: 'I'm already a monster'
A suspect kidnapped and killed 2-year-old Wynter Cole Smith after a sexual assault on her mother. The suspect, Rashad Trice, faces the death penalty and federal charges of kidnapping resulting in death. The search for Wynter tragically ended when her body was found in an alley in Detroit.
Fox News: Georgia teenagers accused of murder after egging incident gone wrong: police
Three Georgia teenagers are arrested for murdering a man after egging his house. The suspects shot the victim multiple times when he confronted them.
The Epoch Times: Judges Award Steve Bannon's Ex-attorney $480,000 Unpaid Legal Fee
Former White House adviser Steve Bannon has been ordered to pay his former legal team over $480,000 in unpaid fees. The law firm, Davidoff Hutcher & Citron, LLP, had defended Bannon in various cases, including the "We Build The Wall" fundraising fraud case. Bannon claimed that he had told the law firm to stop working for him, but the judge rejected his motions, stating that the retainer agreement covered a wide range of matters.
Fox News: NBA star lands on fourth team in ten days after another trade: report
Patty Mills gets traded multiple times in the offseason, starting with the Brooklyn Nets and ending up with the Atlanta Hawks. There's uncertainty if he will stay with Atlanta or be traded again.