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Dec 11, 2023 |
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American Thinker: Don’t worry about ‘conservative’ law professors saying the 14th Amendment bars Trump’s presidency
Two law professors claim Trump is ineligible to run due to the Fourteenth Amendment's Section 3. However, these professors are anti-Trump and their argument is flawed. The professors argue that Trump's alleged involvement in an insurrection disqualifies him, but their interpretation is misguided.
Breitbart: Dem Rep. Connolly: Hunter Is Being Singled Out Unfairly, 'Often,' the Powerful Get Treated Worse
Rep. Gerry Connolly believes that Hunter Biden is facing intense scrutiny and accountability, unlike most people in public life. He praises Attorney General Merrick Garland for ensuring objectivity and fairness in the investigation. Connolly agrees that Hunter Biden is being singled out because he is the President's son, and that he is facing a level of scrutiny that most people would not.
Fox News: Sydney Sweeney slams critics for backlash against ‘Euphoria’ creator Sam Levinson’s overly sexualized shows
Actress Sydney Sweeney defends "Euphoria" creator Sam Levinson and his controversial shows, saying they empower women. She dismisses criticisms of the sexualized content.
Fox News: Man shocks airline passengers as his Great Dane flies cross-country, stretches out across two seats
A man boards a cross-country flight with his Great Dane, creating a viral moment. The owner pays for three seats so the dog can fit comfortably.
Flag And Cross: Kari Lake Leaves NYT Reporter Speechless After Perfect Example of Absurdness of Gender Theory
Kari Lake, a GOP nominee, visited the Iowa State Fair and milked a cow, challenging reporters from The New York Times and The Washington Post to do the same. She defended the idea of only two genders.
Fox News: Three missing, three hospitalized after house explosion rocks Pittsburgh suburb
Multiple homes were set on fire and people injured in a house explosion in a Pittsburgh suburb. Three homes were destroyed and several others damaged. Emergency services responded to a 911 call reporting the explosion, and first responders arrived on the scene to rescue trapped individuals. Fire departments coordinated to extinguish the flames and rescue operations were conducted. Three people were transported to hospitals, and three others are currently unaccounted for. The cause of the explosion is yet to be determined.
The Blaze: Father of young kids who miraculously survived fatal plane crash and 40 days in Amazon jungle arrested
A father in Colombia whose children survived a fatal plane crash in the Amazon jungle has been arrested. The children's maternal relatives accuse him of abuse.
Breitbart: Russian Fighter Pilots Die After Crash Near NATO Border in Kaliningrad
A Russian warplane crashed in Kaliningrad region during a training mission, killing two pilots. Officials believe a technical malfunction was the likely cause. Kaliningrad is a Russian exclave between Poland and Lithuania.
Euromaidan Press: Zelenskyy: Greece becomes 14th country to join security guarantee declaration for Ukraine
Greece joins G7 declaration providing security guarantees to Ukraine, becoming its 14th signee, the Ukrainian president says.
PJ Media: Zelenskyy Fires All 12 Military Recruitment Center Chiefs
Ukrainian President Zelenskyy fires all 12 military recruitment chiefs after corruption is discovered. It's the second scandal in a year and raises doubts about Ukraine's NATO membership and US aid. Corruption involves illicit enrichment, laundering funds, and avoiding draft.
Breitbart: Heritage Foundation: American Aid to Ukraine Costs $900 Per Household
The United States provides $113 billion in aid to Ukraine, costing $900 per American household. Americans are skeptical of President Biden's commitment to aiding Ukraine. House conservatives object to Biden's request for $24 billion in aid.
Fox News: Disney's year of box office bombs and disappointments: Is wokeness to blame?
Disney's box office struggles in 2023 have raised questions about the impact of the company's political messaging on its audience. With several underperforming films, including remakes of "The Little Mermaid" and "Haunted Mansion," conservatives have criticized Disney for its perceived "wokeness." While some argue that political messaging is not the main cause of Disney's box office woes, others believe that the company may need to make changes to satisfy its shareholders and win back conservative viewers.
Newsbusters: Woke Is Alive, Well and (Still) Crushing Free Speech
Conservatives are celebrating recent victories against woke culture in the form of backlash against Bud Light and the success of Jason Aldean's songs. However, woke ideology is still strong and making a resurgence. Singer Ne-Yo stirred controversy by expressing his belief in two genders, leading to both backlash and an apology. Jamie Foxx and Amanda Abbington also faced backlash for their comments, leading to apologies and consequences. Meanwhile, J.K. Rowling continues to face cancellations, with the Seattle-based Museum of Pop Culture even removing her name from its Harry Potter exhibit. Dwayne Johnson blamed the failure of his film "Black Adam" on changing studio leadership and played the Identity Politics card. However, the film's lackluster box office performance suggests a different reason for its failure.
Breitbart: GOP Senators Condemn Biden Admin's Misapplication of Gun Control Law
Republican Senators criticize President Biden for blocking funds to schools with hunting and archery programs, emphasizing their value to students and American traditions. They urge Biden Administration to support these essential programs.
Red State: Judge Rules Some California Students Can Sue State Over Learning During School Lockdowns
California judge allows low-income students of color to take their lawsuit over inadequate support during COVID lockdowns to trial. Remote learning failed to provide necessary services and equipment, increasing educational inequality. The state argues no specific group was affected more than others.
Flag And Cross: Man Suspected of Sexually Assaulting Autistic Children Is Found Dead in Jail
A transgender man accused of child molestation and possession of child pornography dies in jail while awaiting trial. He confessed to molesting three young girls at an autism therapy center where he worked. Investigation ongoing.
Fox News: NASA spacecraft makes first Earth flyby after 17-year journey
NASA's STEREO-A spacecraft, launched in 2006, made its first Earth flyby. It provided the first stereoscopic view of the sun, and after separating from its twin spacecraft, it will collaborate with other NASA missions to gather new insights. During the flyby, scientists will test new theories about the sun's coronal loops and study the structure of active regions. The spacecraft will also gather data on Earth-directed coronal mass ejections.
National Review: Net Zero’s Ground Zero
In 2019, Theresa May committed the UK to achieving net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. However, as the costs and impact of this commitment become apparent, public support is wobbling. The UK government's climate policy faces backlash and potential legal action due to its imposition of strict carbon budgets and consumer-facing changes. Similar challenges may arise in the US as regulators and pressure groups attempt to bypass the democratic process and enforce climate policies. The direction of climate policy is clashing with democratic values and free markets, leading to central planning and guesswork rather than careful consideration of practical problems. The UK's approach to the energy transition lacks planning and foresight, relying on false assumptions like China's cooperation. In order to achieve emissions reductions while maintaining economic stability, a more pragmatic and proactive approach is needed, including investing in nuclear power and developing new energy storage systems.