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Mar 3, 2024 |
Fox News: Abbott moves ahead with floating border barriers on Rio Grande despite liberal outrage
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced the installation of a marine barrier on the U.S.-Mexico border to combat illegal immigration. The barrier, consisting of orange buoys, is part of Operation Lone Star. Left-wing groups criticize the move due to environmental concerns.
The marine barrier aims to discourage migrants from crossing the Rio Grande and will take about two weeks to set up. Texas officials argue that it will deter people from attempting to cross the treacherous river. However, critics argue that the buoys are an unnecessary response to the border crisis.
Red State: Republicans Blister Lindsey Graham's Bipartisan Resolution in Support of Ukraine Admission to NATO
Lindsey Graham, a Republican senator, proposes a bipartisan resolution to admit Ukraine into NATO. Some Republicans, including Rand Paul, oppose the idea, fearing it could escalate tensions with Russia. Others, like Thomas Massie, argue that expanding NATO is not in the interests of the US. The GOP is divided on the issue of Ukraine and it adds to the party's internal conflicts.
Newsbusters: How PBS Wrecked Independence Day: An ‘Ideological Tool’ of Right-Wing Extremists
PBS NewsHour attempts to link right-wing extremism and the Capitol Hill riots to the celebration of July 4th and the Founding Fathers. The segment features liberal professors discussing the politicization of the Founders and their connection to slavery. The guests and host criticize conservatives for their views on patriotism and nationalism.
The Right Scoop: “It’s Seven Grandkids, Mr. President” – Democrat New York Times columnist
A columnist criticizes Joe Biden for refusing to accept his seventh grandchild as his own, stating that it goes against his message of family and empathy. The columnist questions the authenticity of Biden's view of family and argues that he should embrace the child, regardless of the circumstances of her birth.
The Blaze: Mark Zuckerberg receives $43 million in private security while funneling millions to 'defund the police' organizations
Meta company has reportedly spent millions on private security for Mark Zuckerberg, while his foundation has allegedly donated millions to groups seeking to defund the police. Meta's corporate disclosures show that $43.4 million was spent on Zuckerberg's security over the last three years. The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, founded by Zuckerberg and his wife, donated $3 million to PolicyLink, a leftist organization that supports defunding the police. The foundation also donated over $2.5 million to Solidaire, an organization fighting against corporate greed and racial injustice.
Fox News: Tennessee ban on transgender care for minors can be enforced: appeals court
Tennessee's ban on transgender care for minors can be enforced, says appeals court, overturning lower court's ruling. The court believes the issue should be debated in the legislature rather than decided by the judiciary. The ruling is considered a win for the state.
ACLU and other advocacy groups express disappointment with the ruling, vowing to continue their fight against the law. The law, which prohibits gender-affirming care, is being challenged by the federal government and other states as well.
Red State: Megyn Kelly Dismantles Disney and Explains Why We Are Winning Against 'Woke'
Americans are speaking out against woke companies like Target and Bud Light, with Unilever also facing a backlash for attacking America on the Fourth of July. Megyn Kelly reveals that Disney has lost nearly $1 billion due to its "wokeness," as flops such as "Lightyear" and "The Little Mermaid" alienate viewers. Disney's profits are declining, and its heads of diversity are leaving, reflecting the failure of wokeness. Americans prefer content like "Sound of Freedom" that tackles important issues rather than woke Disney.
Forbes: Taylor Swift Beats Out Elon Musk—And BTS—On Twitter
Taylor Swift's tweet announcing the release of her re-recorded album "Speak Now (Taylor's Version)" became the top-performing post on Twitter this week, surpassing Elon Musk and others. The tweet has accumulated over 280,000 retweets and 1 million likes.
Fox News: Memphis high-rise squatter found living with stolen items from another nearby apartment: police
A squatter in Memphis, Tennessee was arrested for occupying a room he didn't rent, possessing stolen items, and breaking into vacant apartments. The suspect, lshmail Fason, was caught on security video stealing a television.
Fox News: Cubs' road win over Yankees snaps wild historic losing streak
The Chicago Cubs finally win a game against the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium after over 100 years of playing.
Former Yankees pitcher Jameson Taillon delivers an exceptional performance for the Cubs, throwing eight scoreless innings.
The Federalist Papers: Fox News Pulls Anti-Trump Hit Piece After Getting Caught Lying Through Their Teeth
Fox News retracts a story that falsely quoted former Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price criticizing Donald Trump. The original headline, now recognized as inaccurate, claimed Price told Trump to "kiss his butt." Fox News acknowledges the mistake and pulls the story.