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#politics

Red State: Democrats Show Their Hand in Attempt to Force a Government Shutdown
Democrats Show Their Hand in Attempt to Force a Government Shutdown
Democrats are moving to adjourn until Monday, allowing for a government shutdown, claiming they need time to read a 71-page bill. Republicans proposed a clean continuing resolution to keep the government open for 45 more days, but Democrats are refusing to even vote on it.


Breitbart: Maher: FL 'Trying to Stop Black People from Voting' by Fighting Fraud, Keeping Murderers, Sex Offenders from Voting
Maher: FL 'Trying to Stop Black People from Voting' by Fighting Fraud, Keeping Murderers, Sex Offenders from Voting
During an interview on "Real Time," host Bill Maher accuses Florida Governor Ron DeSantis of trying to hinder black people from voting by targeting illegal voting and felons. DeSantis argues that the restoration of voting rights for felons did not include murderers and sex offenders, and that illegal voting should be held accountable. Maher claims there is minimal in-person voter fraud, but DeSantis contends that local elections have closer margins. Maher suggests that DeSantis is attempting to suppress black votes, to which DeSantis denies.


#society

Daily Wire: Crash Involving Truck Carrying Toxic Chemical Kills 5, Forces Evacuations In Illinois Town
Crash Involving Truck Carrying Toxic Chemical Kills 5, Forces Evacuations In Illinois Town
A fatal crash involving multiple vehicles, including a truck carrying toxic anhydrous ammonia, causes a chemical leak and forces the evacuation of residents in Teutopolis, Illinois. The accident leads to dangerous air conditions, and authorities are working to contain the leak.


#war

Forbes: Why Over 100,000 People Have Fled Nagorno-Karabakh In Just Two Weeks After Azerbaijan’s Military Crackdown
Why Over 100,000 People Have Fled Nagorno-Karabakh In Just Two Weeks After Azerbaijan’s Military Crackdown
Azerbaijan's military offensive has forced over 100,000 Armenians to flee Nagorno-Karabakh. The conflict intensifies between the two countries.


#foreignaffairs

Forbes: Elon Musk Attacks Germany Over Its Migrant Rescues, Cites ‘Invasion Vibes’
Elon Musk Attacks Germany Over Its Migrant Rescues, Cites ‘Invasion Vibes’
Tesla CEO Elon Musk reposted a video criticizing German humanitarian group ships rescuing immigrants in the Mediterranean Sea and transporting them to Italy, claiming it's a violation of Italy's sovereignty. The German government confirmed its support for these NGOs, but Italy's Prime Minister argues that Germany should focus on helping migrants within its own borders. Musk, who recently visited the US-Mexico border, has been more vocal about immigration issues.


Breitbart: Italy and Libya Resume Commercial Flights after 10-Year Hiatus
Italy and Libya Resume Commercial Flights after 10-Year Hiatus
Italy and war-torn Libya resume commercial flights after a decade, with one round-trip flight between the capitals on Saturdays and Wednesdays. This comes after Italy's 10-year ban on flights from Libya was lifted in July.


#religion

Newsbusters: CBS Hypes Christian Activists Spreading The 'Gospel' Of Fossil Fuel Abolition
CBS Hypes Christian Activists Spreading The 'Gospel' Of Fossil Fuel Abolition
CBS Saturday Morning correspondent Adam Yamaguchi interviews climate activist Elsa Barron, who is trying to spread the message of climate change to skeptical Evangelical Christians. Barron believes that her faith tradition calls for responsible care of the environment. However, some in her community believe that concern for the planet shows a lack of faith in God.


#culture

Fox News: New documentary on rocker Roger Waters accuses him of repeated acts of antisemitism
New documentary on rocker Roger Waters accuses him of repeated acts of antisemitism
Campaign Against Antisemitism releases a documentary accusing rock star Roger Waters of antisemitism. Waters has faced criticism for controversial imagery at his concerts, including wearing a Nazi-inspired uniform and displaying names of victims alongside controversial figures. Waters denies being antisemitic and claims his performances oppose fascism and bigotry. Jewish groups call for prosecution and point to emails where Waters suggested offensive messages on stage props. Producer Bob Ezrin argues that the symbolism may be misinterpreted as antisemitic.


#crime

National Review: NYC Ex-Bodega Worker Sues Bragg for Racial Discrimination after Questionable Murder Charges Dropped
NYC Ex-Bodega Worker Sues Bragg for Racial Discrimination after Questionable Murder Charges Dropped
Former NYC bodega clerk sues DA Alvin Bragg for racial discrimination. Charged with murder for stabbing attacker in self-defense before charges were dropped. Lawsuit claims wrongful prosecution due to DA's "racial equity" policies.


The Right Scoop: BREAKING: Federal IRS contractor charged with stealing Trump’s taxes and leaking them to the media
BREAKING: Federal IRS contractor charged with stealing Trump’s taxes and leaking them to the media
A former IRS contractor, Charles Edward Littlejohn, has been charged with stealing and leaking former President Donald Trump's tax returns. Littlejohn allegedly stole the tax returns and disclosed them to news organizations, possibly the New York Times and ProPublica. He is also accused of stealing tax information on thousands of wealthy individuals. Littlejohn faces up to five years in prison if convicted.


#sports

Forbes: Postseason Hopes Dashed, The Cubs Must Look To 2024
Postseason Hopes Dashed, The Cubs Must Look To 2024
The Cubs' playoff hopes dwindle as they lose to the Brewers and face the tough reality of their slim chances. Despite a valiant effort, injuries and a lack of energy may have contributed to their downfall.


#science

National Review: The Corner: The American Anthropological Association Is Shamefully Anti-Scientific
The Corner: The American Anthropological Association Is Shamefully Anti-Scientific
The American Anthropological Association cancels a session on binary sex and gender at their annual conference, citing the need to prioritize the safety and dignity of members and uphold settled science in the field. Critics argue that this decision suppresses open discussion and stifles dissenting voices, going against the principles of scientific exploration and hindering the progress of anthropology.


#technology

Fox News: 10 easy ways to prevent someone from spying on you
10 easy ways to prevent someone from spying on you
Protecting your online privacy is crucial to avoid being spied on. Here are 10 tips to keep your information secure.


#other

Breitbart: Maher: NYT's 'Hit Piece' on DeSantis and COVID that Buried FL Outperforming Average Was 'Despicable' 
Maher: NYT's 'Hit Piece' on DeSantis and COVID that Buried FL Outperforming Average Was 'Despicable' 
During an interview with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, Bill Maher praised DeSantis for his handling of COVID and criticized The New York Times for a negative article. Maher acknowledged that DeSantis was right in targeting the vulnerable and opening schools sooner, and believes he deserves more credit. He called out the Times for burying the fact that Florida's death rate was better than the national average in their headline.


Breitbart: Over 40 Per Cent of French Back Lifetime Limit of Four Flights Per Person
Over 40 Per Cent of French Back Lifetime Limit of Four Flights Per Person
Over 40% of people in France support a proposal to limit individuals to four flights in their lifetime, with even stronger support from younger age groups. 64% of French people also expressed a willingness to reduce their own air travel to combat climate change. However, there has been pushback from airlines and experts who believe such measures are excessive and detrimental to innovation.