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Dec 11, 2023 |
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Newsbusters: CBS Remembers Weiss-IRS Whistleblowers While ABC And NBC Ignore
CBS Saturday Morning highlighted the Republican objections to David Weiss being named special counsel in the Hunter Biden investigation, referencing the IRS whistleblowers who support GOP accusations of a "sweetheart deal." Today and Good Morning America mentioned the Republican objections, but failed to mention the whistleblowers, while CBS featured an interview with Joseph Ziegler, one of the whistleblowers, who stated that not everyone is being treated the same. The report from CBS added more context to the partisan nature of Weiss' appointment and the attempts to negotiate a plea deal.
Breitbart: GOP Rep. Carl: 'I Still Don't Think Biden Is Going to Run for President'
Rep. Jerry Carl (R-AL) endorsed Donald Trump for the next Republican primary based on the economy and believes that Joe Biden may not run for president due to health issues. He predicts that Gavin Newsom (D-CA) will become the Democratic nominee. Carl also expresses concern about the country's financial trouble and the signs of a recession. He emphasizes the need for strong leadership and believes Trump is currently ahead.
American Thinker: Biden’s Secretary of State chastises Russian government for locking up opposition leader
American Secretary of State condemns Russia's conviction of opposition leader Navalny, calling it politically motivated. Meanwhile, the Biden administration has been trying to imprison former President Trump since taking office. The hypocrisy is glaring.
Fox News: Biden repeatedly claimed Hunter did 'nothing wrong' prior to special counsel appointment
President Biden's Attorney General has appointed a special counsel to investigate Hunter Biden's legal troubles, contradicting claims that the investigation was over. Republicans believe that the appointment is intended to cover up Hunter's crimes, while Biden maintains his son's innocence. The investigation may also include other members of the Biden family.
National Review: The Hunter Biden Investigation Is a Joke
Delaware U.S. attorney David Weiss, who mishandled and delayed the Hunter Biden investigation, has been named the special counsel in the same investigation. Despite working for the Biden Justice Department, Weiss is supposed to act as an independent investigator. This move comes as House investigators and a judge are looking more closely at the case.
Red State: Vivek Ramaswamy Says He's Considering Giving a Pardon to Hunter Biden, Other Biden Family Members
Vivek Ramaswamy's proposal to evaluate pardons for the Biden family contrasts with his previous call for a criminal investigation. He believes pardoning victims of political persecution would help move the nation forward, but this raises concerns about justice and trust in the government.
Breitbart: Left-Green Bloc Hopes to Upset Tractor Populists in Snap Dutch Elections
Left-wing alliance in the lead for upcoming Dutch elections, threatening the pro-farmer populists. Labour Party and Greens forming a strong alliance, posing a challenge to the anticipated rightward swing. Pro-farmer party gaining traction but coalition government still likely.
Fox News: Prince Harry saddles up for Singapore charity game with polo pal Nacho Figueras
Prince Harry takes part in a charity polo match in Singapore to support children affected by poverty and HIV/AIDS in South Africa. He is joined by his polo pal, Nacho Figueras, and the two friends were seen shopping together in Japan before the event. Prince Harry and Nacho Figueras compete in a charity polo match in Singapore to raise funds for the Sentebale organization. The two pals were also spotted shopping for their wives in Japan before the match.
National Review: Hawaii Attorney General Launches Investigation into Maui Wildfire Response
Hawaii's attorney general launches an investigation into the response to the wildfires that have killed 80 people in Maui. The wildfires were worsened by a drought and hurricane winds. The Department of Health and Human Services has declared a public health emergency.
Euromaidan Press: Air Force: Ukraine shoots down 13 Kinzhal “hypersonic” missiles since May 16
Breitbart: Russia Claims to Have Shot Down 20 Ukrainian Drones over Crimea
Russian defense forces successfully stopped a drone attack by Ukrainian forces in Crimea, with 14 drones shot down and 6 jammed. The ongoing drone attacks have caused unrest in Russia and highlighted the consequences of the conflict. The situation escalated further with Russia regaining control of a village in Ukraine and launching shelling that resulted in casualties.
Breitbart: Tens of Thousands of Doctors Walk Off Job Again in England
Tens of thousands of junior doctors in England went on strike for four days, adding to the backlog in the embattled National Health Service. The British Medical Association has been demanding a 35% pay increase to account for inflation since 2008, but the government is only offering 6%. This ongoing pay dispute is expected to cost the NHS 1 million procedures and appointments cancelled or rearranged, amounting to £1 billion ($1.27 billion).
Fox News: Critics warn California bill protecting school officials would punish parents who speak out at board meetings
California Democrats are proposing a bill that would expand state law to criminalize harassment of school officials at off-campus activities, such as school board meetings. Parents could face a misdemeanor charge and fines for causing "substantial disorder" at these meetings. Conservative experts argue that the bill is an attempt to restrict parents' rights to push back against race and gender policies in schools.
PJ Media: Staring Blankly Into Space: Netflix, NASA, and the Bigger Picture
The construction and launch of the James Webb Space Telescope is hailed as a triumph, but the documentary reveals troubling issues. The astrophysicists were ignorant of the feminist controversy surrounding the telescope's former chief administrator and potential renaming. Additionally, the scientists followed COVID-19 mandates blindly despite the questionable efficacy of masks, raising doubts about their critical thinking skills.
Townhall: New Jersey Counties Likely to Use Taxpayer Money to Build Middle-Mile Broadband Infrastructure
Two New Jersey counties are planning to expand government-owned networks (GONs) to improve internet access. The Cumberland County Board of Commissioners will discuss plans to spend a grant from the Middle Mile Broadband Infrastructure Grant Program to extend fiber optic networks across the counties. Critics argue that these government-owned networks could be a burden on taxpayers and consumers.