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    Rand Paul lambasted Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas during a Wednesday hearing by claiming he doesn't want the Biden Cabinet member anywhere near making decisions involving speech. 'We can't even agree what disinformation is,' the Kentucky Republican said to the DHS secretary. 'What this working group does is ensure that there are guardrails, definitions, standards to make sure that free speech rights, civil rights, civil liberties and privacy rights of individuals are not impeded,' Mayorkas explained of the newly formed DHS Disinformation Governance Board. 'I don't want guardrails. I want you to have nothing to do with speech,' the senator tore into Mayorkas. 'You think we can't determine, you know, speech by traffickers is disinformation.' 'Do you think the American people are so stupid they need you to tell them what the truth is?' Paul questioned. 'You can't even admit what the truth is with the Steele Dossier. I don't trust government to figure out what the truth is. Government is largely disseminating disinformation.' Paul accused the U.S. government of being the 'largest propagator of disinformation in the history of...
    AN indigenous activist's first tattoos on her cheeks cannot be taken at face value. Shina Nova, 24, has triangular shaped markings over her upper cheek bones and another vertical line going down her chin. 3Shina Nova has markings on her cheeks and chinCredit: TikTok/@shinanova 3She used a traditional hand-poking methodCredit: TikTok/@shinanova Mum Kayuula also got the same face tattoo and Shina plans to get more tattoos like it this year. The marking are traditional for Inuits - indigenous people from Alaska, Canada and Greenland - and each has its own meaning. Shina, an Inuk from Canada, wrote in December after she got them: "A lot of people told me I would regret it and that it would ruin my face, my 'beauty'. "I don't think so." Shina used a traditional hand-poking method for her tatts and left fans guessing what their meaning was. Many thought hers were a symbol of her womanhood because she used the hashtag #womanhood and posted a video to Emmy Meli's song I Am Woman. Some Inuit girls would...
    BEING mistaken for a different age is commonplace for some people, but when everyone thinks you and your children are siblings, you've won the age Olympics. A 37-year-old mom has not aged much over the years – to the point that people can't tell who the authority figure is when she's out with her kids. 3The mom had her first child, a daughter, early on in lifeCredit: Tiktok 3The mother-daughter duo are no strangers to being mistaken for siblingsCredit: Tiktok In a recent video, TikTok user @faithfullyme, whose real name is Fafa Rocha, explained that she often gets mistaken for her daughter's older sister. However, the stunning beauty simply had kids at a young age. The mother of two met her now-husband, Vagner, when she was 16 and he was 19, and the two have had a relationship for a solid 20 years. Ironically, she didn't feel that her current beau was her type when they first met, and she figured she would "date him for fun." The mother and her family appear to live a normal life,...
    WHETHER it's a family member or long time friend, being asked to be a bridesmaid on someone's big day is always a great honour. But Jen Glantz has had the opportunity a few more times than most, because, well, being a bridesmaid is her job. 4Jen Glantz works as a professsional bridesmaidCredit: Tiktok / bridesmaidforhire 4People pay her to celebrate their big day with them (stock image)Credit: Getty The US based woman revealed on her TikTok page that she's been a professional bridesmaid for the past seven years. This means brides pay her to walk down the aisle and celebrate their big day, all while pretending to be their friend. But it "happened by accident" according Jen who now has her very own business and a collection of hundreds of formal dresses. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED In one clip she revealed: "When I was in my early twenties all of my friends got married - I was always the bridesmaid. "Then it became a habit. Everybody I knew was...
    The Democrat frontrunner in the Virginia governor's race has been condemned by parents after saying they shouldn't tell schools what to teach amid the ongoing clashes over Critical Race Theory (CRT).     Terry McAuliffe, who previously served as Virginia's governor from 2014 to 2018, went head to head with his Republican rival Glenn Youngkin during the final debate of the governor's race Tuesday.  McAuliffe said he is 'not going to let' parents come into schools and veto books from their children's curriculum because - in his view - they shouldn't have control over what is being taught to their children.   'I'm not going to let parents come into schools, and actually take books out, and make their own decision,' McAuliffe said. 'Yeah, I stopped the bill that I don't think parents should be telling schools what they should teach,' he added. The Democrat previously vetoed a bill that would have given parents 'the right to veto books.'    McAuliffe's comments come at a time when parents and schools have gone to war across America over the teaching of anti-racist curriculum - known as...
    Anna Durbin (pictured), of Johns Hopkins University, believes the decision to start rolling out boosters next month is not based on any data Several scientists are arguing against the White House's decision to make COVID-19 vaccine  booster shots available to all Americans. On Wednesday, health officials said that, starting September 20, adults over age 18 who received either Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna vaccines will be eligible for the third shot eight months after receiving their second and final dose. But some experts say this move is a misuse of resources and not based on data. Dr Anna Durbin, an international Health professor at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, told DailyMail.com she believes the approval was not based in scientific evidence but rather on panic and fear. She added that some medical professionals themselves may be contributing to panic about breakthrough cases and the Indian 'Delta' variant. Last week, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved vaccine boosters only for immunocompromised Americans.  President Joe Biden told Good Morning America on Thursday morning that 'it's past time' that the booster...
    On Friday, Joe Biden participated in a kind of summit with more than a dozen other world leaders. They were all there, including the guy who runs France. The meeting itself turned out to be only marginally interesting. What got your attention was Joe Biden. Of the 16 heads of state who were present, only Joe Biden wore a face mask – sat there silently, nose and mouth covered in black cloth like a rustler from an old western, as mask-less Vladimir Putin held forth on international affairs. But here’s the weirdest part: that meeting took place over Zoom. None of the leaders were in the same room, they were thousands of miles from each other. So why was Joe Biden, who has been fully vaccinated, the only one wearing a mask? No one asked that question. All precautions against COVID are considered legitimate by the American news media no matter how self-evidentially lunatic they may be. Cover your face during a Zoom call! Drive to work alone with a mask on! It’s all normal, says the New York Times. Then,...
    The Boston Celtics have been struggling this season. Last year’s Eastern Conference Finalists have had a poor run so far and are doubtful to reach the playoffs. Things haven’t been going well, despite the team having great players and an excellent head coach. The franchise has a host of problems. But Shaquille O’Neal and Dwyane Wade have identified one of their major concerns. Shaquille O’Neal and Dwyane Wade comment on the Celtics NBA legends Shaquille O’Neal and Dwyane Wade spoke on TNT about the Boston Celtics. Shaq believes that the team have identified neither their primary nor secondary attacking options. Until the Celtics identify who their primary option will be, the team will continue to struggle. He thinks the team is complicating matters needlessly. Apr 6, 2021; Boston, Massachusetts, USA; Philadelphia 76ers guard Ben Simmons (25) defends against Boston Celtics forward Jayson Tatum (0) in the second quarter at TD Garden. Mandatory Credit: David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports “I don’t want to use the word- disappointed. I just think there’s something else going on. This game we play, the simpler...
              Live from Music Row Monday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. –  host Leahy welcomed guest host Ben Cunningham to the studio. During the first hour, Host Leahy and Cunningham examined the concept of intellectual dishonesty that conservatives experienced from progressives and liberals who believe they know more about governing. They also touched on social media censorship and how some states may be leading the path that may hold Facebook, Google, and Twitter’s of the world accountable and un-protected by Section 230 legislation. (David Ismay clip plays) Leahy: That’s David Ismay, Ben. Cunningham: He’s the commissioner of people control. He’s a tyrant in the making with this virtuous face of saving the planet. Those are the people that are in control of the government now. They think the ends justify the means and they are good virtuous people and their governing over a bunch of deplorable people who simply will not see the light...
    The View hosts Whoopi Goldberg and Joy Behar admitted they don't believe President Trump ever contracted COVID-19, suggesting his quick recovery this month was suspicious. Doubts over the diagnosis swirled during a segment from Thursday's episode, which discussed the Trump administration's push for herd immunity despite Dr. Anthony Fauci blasting the measure.  'You know what?' Goldberg, 64, told her co-hosts. 'The more he talks, the less I think he had it, personally. That’s just me, that’s just me.' 'Me too!' Behar, 78, interjected. 'I'm starting to think that too, Whoopi.' The View co-hosts discussed the Trump administration's push for herd immunity during a segement on Thursday's episode Goldberg explained that she was skeptical over Trump's recovery after he was admitted into Walter Reed Medical Center on October 3 and discharged two days later. He revealed his diagnosis on October 2. Physicians announced Monday that Trump, who said contracting the virus was a 'blessing from God,' had been cleared after testing negative on 'consecutive days.' He's since continued to minimize the severity of the virus in recent days, including hosting a...
    Fox News’ Chris Wallace confronted Trump 2020 senior adviser Steve Cortes Sunday over the fact that members of the Trump team took off their masks during last week’s debate despite being asked not to. Cortes argued the fact that Trump got the coronavirus shows us “even the most severe of lockdowns cannot completely stop the virus, therefore we should take reasonable precautions as a society and we should not, as Joe Biden threatens, even think about shutting this economy and this society down again.” Wallace pointed to the debate he moderated last week and how the president’s team just flouted the rules: “The rules from the Cleveland Clinic could not have been more clear. Everyone — everyone in the audience — was to wear a mask. The president and the former vice president and I were the only ones exempt from that. We’ve got a picture up on the screen. After the First Family came in, they all took off their masks. So did the White House chief of staff Mark Meadows. Do they think that the health and safety rules...
    People with psychopathic and narcissistic personality traits are more likely to ignore coronavirus restrictions and to hoard food and toilet paper, research shows. Two studies found people with the traits often flouted mask-wearing, hand-washing, social distancing and stay-at-home measures at the height of the pandemic. The researchers believe this is because they either don't believe the measures work or they don't care about what effects ignoring them might have on others. The studies, which surveyed 1,000 people in Poland, also found psychopathic and narcissistic people were far more likely to hoard essentials during lockdown. This was because they are typically more greedy and competitive than others and have an inflated sense of entitlement, the researchers say.  Those with narcissistic personalities tend to be greedy and self-centred, and their lack of empathy means they are more likely to exploit other people. People with psychopathic tendencies, on the other hand, may be more cruel, deceitful and manipulative while coming across superficially charming.  Most, if not all, people demonstrate some of these tendencies from time to time - but the vast majority show...
    DALLAS and FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – Sitting in an empty bar Friday night, Macy Moore was still trying to absorb the news that Governor Greg Abbott ordered the closure of Texas bars again due to the latest surge of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations. “It’s a bit surreal to be right back in it,” he said. Just one day earlier, Moore, the owner of HopFusion in Fort Worth told CBS 11 he didn’t think the government would resort to another shutdown of businesses. “I don’t think they’re going to make us close again,” said Moore. He woke up to learn bars statewide would have to close again indefinitely by noon. “It’s a sucker punch,” he said. “This will be a pretty massive, massive hit.” It was just five weeks ago bars were allowed to reopen and celebrated the return of customers. Taylor York showed up in Deep Ellum Friday evening to find some of those same bars shuttered. “Now I just feel like they’re going to shut everything down again,” she said. At Lee Harvey’s, manager Timm Zyblut was turning away...
    Wednesday on Fox News Channel’s “Bill Hemmer Reports,” Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-MI) said the Michigan polls gauging the match-up between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee former Vice President Joe Biden are too close to call. Discussing an outlier poll, Dingell said, “First of all, I didn’t believe that poll. The Polster who did that poll said we are 16 points up said October 6, 2016, that Hillary Clinton had it in the bag on October 26, 2016 said there was no way she could lose.” She continued, “Subsequent to that there have been two polls, one showing Joe Biden up two points and one showing him one point up. I think it’s competitive in Michigan. I think it’s five months and until November we don’t know what the events are that could take place. I don’t want anyone to let polls that aren’t real or don’t really reflect how people think suppress votes or tell people their vote doesn’t matter, or they shouldn’t care about the future of this country. I think this is a competitive race. Yes, there are...
    Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich admitted that President Donald Trump may lose the election in November, simply because “people are tired,” and therefore attracted to presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s passivity. Fox News host Melissa Francis asked Gingrich about current polls that show Trump trailing Biden by 14 points, adding that Biden is leading the president among independent voters by 18 percentage points. “First of all, if they can keep Biden in the basement long enough, he might become president,” Gingrich said on Wednesday’s Outnumbered. “Because as long as you don’t see him, and you don’t think about him and you don’t worry about his record, and you don’t look at what he’s promising, you know, he might get their just because people are tired. He is so passive right now, maybe that is what they want.” Gingrich predicted, however, that Trump would ultimately win in the fall — noting that when he campaigned with George H. W. Bush, he was trailing behind Michael Dukakis by 19 points before he ultimately won the election in November 1988. “I think when we get into...
    Padma Lakshmi has plenty on her plate these days, and she couldn’t be prouder. The longtime judge of Bravo’s “Top Chef” has created a new Hulu docu-series titled “Taste the Nation” where she also serves as host. The show aims to celebrate the food of American immigrants and indigenous people. And the series hits close to home for the 49-year-old. Lakshmi is an Indian-America who came to the U.S. when she was just 4 years old. “Taste the Nation” takes Lakshmi to the Texas border city of El Paso where she talks to locals about the wall. She travels to South Carolina to go crabbing and explore Gullah Geechee food. The star also heads to Las Vegas to spend time with Thai immigrants, as well as Arizona to get better acquainted with Native American ingredients - just to name a few. In each episode, Lakshmi consults with community leaders, such as former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara, who gets candid about being bullied as a child. BILL NYE 'THE SCIENCE GUY' REVEALS FUNNY ENCOUNTERS WITH FANS, HOW MANY BOW TIES HE...
    Laura Ingraham began "The Ingraham Angle" Thursday by reacting to demonstrators taking over six city blocks in Seattle this week, describing it as an example of the madness brought on by liberal policies."Local and state authorities, all Democrats here, they cower when the Birkenstock Bolsheviks occupy huge swaths of a city like Seattle," she said. "They send free vegan pizzas to all the angry squatters." SEATTLE PROTESTERS DECLARE 'COP FREE ZONE' AFTER POLICE LEAVE PRECINCT Ingraham then unfavorably compared the present protest movement with that of the Free Speech Movement of the 1960s. "There's nothing about this bunch that's liberal because the old liberals started the Free Speech Movement at Berkeley in 1964 and it was devoted to reversing the prohibition on political activities on campus," she explained. "Now, don't get me wrong, they were radicals, but at least they actually believed in free expression. I think they generally liked the country. "Well, not so with the neo-Marxists of today," the host continued. "They're sledgehammering statues and smearing anyone who doesn't bow down, open their wallets or make a confessional on social media....
    DETROIT (AP) — An ace right-hander and a slugging corner infielder. It’s a combination that’s worked before for the Detroit Tigers — and now they have a couple of prospects they hope can bring competitive baseball back to the Motor City. Detroit drafted Arizona State first baseman Spencer Torkelson with the top pick in Wednesday night’s draft, although the Tigers plan to try him across the diamond at third base. It was the second time in three years Detroit had the No. 1 pick. The Tigers took pitcher Casey Mize in 2018. The team’s most recent period of success was led by Justin Verlander and Miguel Cabrera, and if this new duo is anything close to that one, Detroit will have a lot to look forward to. “Pressure’s a privilege,” Torkelson said in a video conference Thursday. “That pressure, whatever you want to call it, it drives me. It makes me work harder. I don’t let it faze me. It’s a privilege to be in the position I’m in.” The Tigers could use a young hitter like Torkelson, since their...
    While tons of celebrities like Michael B. Jordan and Jennifer Lopez hit the streets to protest police brutality and demand racial equality over the weekend, YG decided it was the perfect setting to shoot a music video.  The rapper stopped by a protest in Los Angeles to film a music video for his latest single, “F*ck The Police,” and some folks didn’t take too kindly to the idea. YG wasted no time biting back at critics who chastised him for the move.  READ MORE: Rapper YG arrested in Los Angeles on suspicion of robbery “For anyone out there talking I don’t question your advocacy and don’t think you should question mine,” he said in a video posted to Instagram on Monday morning.  “See you gotta understand that a lot of people out there they see me as a N***a. They don’t see the black proud man. They see a kid from Compton and they expect violence,” he continued. “They hear FTP and they think I’m gonna come and burn my city. So we showed up and did it right. We proved them...
    Conservative commentator Ben Shapiro joked on "The Story" Wednesday that the coronavirus must be the "wokest virus in existence" since Democratic leaders in cities across America have not warned protesters about the perils of violating social distancing guidelines. "[New York City Mayor Bill] De Blasio was screaming, 'You're going to kill your grandmother!' if you went out within a 100-foot radius of another person without a mask on," Shapiro told Martha MacCallum, "and then he says as long as you are protesting things he wants you to protest, then you can breathe all over anybody that you want to breathe all over. "The fact is, unfortunately, in cities like New York and Los Angeles, the governance structures and the incentive structures are such that hamstringing the police and telling the police that on the one hand they are supposed to keep law and order, [but] on the other hand they can't actually do anything to keep law and order, it turns out that does not end with good results," he added. "You see [Los Angeles] County under curfew again tonight. A county of 10 million people that cannot get lawlessness under order." VideoShapiro then turned to an open letter signed by more than 1,200 self-described "public health professionals, infectious...
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