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Dec 11, 2023 |
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Red State: Pence, Other GOP Candidates Split on Abortion Law Over Federal Vs. State
Former Vice President Mike Pence voiced his support for a federal 15-week abortion ban during a campaign visit to the Iowa State Fair, stating his intention to bring up the split among candidates during the August debate. Pence criticized former President Donald Trump and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis for not backing national abortion restrictions. The Supreme Court decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization suggests that the matter has been returned to the states, in line with the Tenth Amendment. The issue of abortion regulation belongs to the people and their elected representatives.
The Babylon Bee: The Biggest Pros And Cons Of Living In Each State
The Babylon Bee provides a lighthearted summary of the pros and cons of living in each state of the United States, highlighting humorous attributes and stereotypes of each state. The summary falls under the category as it focuses on the different aspects of American society, culture, and geography with a satirical twist.
Newsbusters: The Washington Post Asks: Does 'Girl Dinner' Portend 'The End of the Patriarchy?'
The Washington Post's Food section is promoting a feminist message with its coverage of "Girl Dinner," which critics argue is an attempt to link it to abortion and male chauvinism. Although some see it as a way for women to break free from societal expectations, others believe it perpetuates a patriarchal culture. The debate questions whether everything needs to be gendered.
Breitbart: French State Broadcaster Fires Second Journalist for Antisemitic Tweets
Two journalists from French state media outlet France 24 have been fired after revelations of their antisemitic social media posts. The Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting and Analysis (CAMERA) exposed the posts, which showed support for terrorism and antisemitism. One journalist, Dina Abi-Saab, refused to sign an ethics charter and was subsequently fired. The French government faced criticism for funding the salaries of these journalists.
Breitbart: UK Police Arrested Autistic Girl for Saying Officer Looked Like a Lesbian
Autistic girl arrested for comparing officer to her lesbian grandmother. Police back down after backlash. .
Euromaidan Press: Ukraine military: Russians don’t have even tactical success near Kharkiv’s Kupiansk
Russian forces in the Kharkiv Oblast of Ukraine have not achieved any tactical success in their offensive actions near Kupiansk. The Ukrainian military has built a strong defense and has knowledge of the Russian units and their plans. Despite several assaults and attacks, the Russians have been unable to make significant progress in the area.
Human Events: LAUREN CHEN: Reddit user asks ChatGPT to write fake Bible passages accepting trans people
A Reddit user requested an AI to create a transgender-inclusive Bible verse, sparking online frenzy. ChatGPT's response emphasized acceptance and unity rather than gender distinctions. The users found comfort in the AI's verse, but some argue it does not align with Christian scripture.
The Blaze: Transgender suspect accused of molesting autistic children at therapy center found dead in jail
A transgender individual accused of molesting young autistic children was found dead in jail in Indiana. Leomeir Kennedy, who was charged with child molestation and possession of child pornography, was found unconscious in a jail cell and pronounced dead. The investigation into Kennedy's death is ongoing.
Fox News: 49ers make quarterback decision for first preseason game
The San Francisco 49ers are uncertain about their starting quarterback for Week 1. Brock Purdy led the team to the NFC Championship but won't play in the first preseason game. Instead, Trey Lance, last season's Week 1 starter, will take the field. Purdy is still the favorite, but Lance is getting an opportunity to showcase his skills and potentially increase his trade value.
PJ Media: X CEO Pledges to Censor 'Toxic Speech' to Appease Corporate Advertisers
Elon Musk's promise to uphold free speech on the internet seems to have fallen short. After taking over Twitter and rebranding it as X, Musk appointed Linda Yaccarino as CEO. Yaccarino's focus has been on getting big brands back to advertise on the platform, which has led to pressure to censor certain speech disliked by the corporate technocracy. While Yaccarino claims to balance Musk's free speech vision, she admits to making toxic posts difficult for users to see, raising concerns about censorship.