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    News that the Disinformation Governance  Board has been paused and its executive director, Nina Jankowicz has stepped down has been celebrated by critics of the barely three weeks-old effort, but Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AK) believes things should be going a step further. In a Wednesday Fox News appearance on America Reports, the Arkansas senator said Congress “needs” to act to ban anything like the Disinformation Board from ever being put into motion again. I’m glad to know the Orwellian Ministry of Truth is paused for the moment, but important to realize that it’s only paused because the American people found out about it,” Cotton told co-host John Roberts. “The government has no business refereeing disputes engaged in political campaigns or public debates. If you don’t like someone else’s speech, the answer is more speech.” The Republican senator added that Congress must act in the weeks ahead as the Disinformation Board is going through an internal review. “I think the Democrats often believe that disinformation and misinformation are simply facts that reflect poorly on Joe Biden and the Democratic party,” he said. “It’s good they finally came to their senses...
    Ukrainians fleeing Kramatorsk as Russia announces new 'liberation' efforts in the Donbass As both Russia and Ukraine race to redeploy troops toward eastern and southern Ukraine, where a battered Russia still hopes to gain new territory that it can then proclaim to have been part of Russia all along, much of what happens next is contingent on the Russian military being able to either recommit those forces or muster suitable replacements. That's not necessarily a given; while the news is now filled with images of the atrocities Russian troops committed during their brief occupation of towns north of Kyiv, the retreat also brought evidence of even heavier Russian losses than previously known. A good chunk of Russia's entire deployment of tanks, in particular, has been either wiped out or captured. And while we might expect that Russia might have better luck resupplying forces through Russia than it did from Belarus, that's not a given either. Ukrainian forces have also suffered heavy losses—but an influx of NATO weapons is boosting what was lost, and Ukraine has more defenders willing to fight for...
    ARSENAL may lose out on potential signings Renato Sanches and Rafael Leao, according to reports. AC Milan are said to have won the transfer of Sanches, 24, while Leao, 22, is due to sign a new contract at the club. 2Renato Sanches, 22, is heading to AC Milan, reports sayCredit: Getty 2Rafael Leao, 24, is in talks with Milan for a contract extensionCredit: Getty The Gunners were heavily linked with Sanches in the January transfer window. The Portuguese international has rebuilt his career after a loan spell at Swansea. He is currently starring for French club Lille, where he moved in 2019. The 24-year-old midfielder still has 18 months left on his contract but does not want to sign an extension. And the ex-Bayern Munich man set hearts racing when he announced that 'Milan and Arsenal are interested'. Milan-based journalist Antonio Vitiello said that a move to the San Siro was due to be announced within 'days'. Most read in SportCLEAN SWEEP Curling schedule, fixtures and results for Team GB at Winter OlympicsCENTERED ON SPORTS Meet sports commentator Michele Tafoya's husband...
    A 61-year-old grandmother and her new husband, 24, have announced that they're planning to have their first child together through surrogacy - despite their 37-year age gap.  Quran McCain and his wife, Cheryl McGregor, from Rome, Georgia, first met in 2012 while they were both worked in the fast food chain Dairy Queen, when he was just 15 years old. But romantic feelings didn't blossom until much later. They lost contact but reconnected in 2020 when caretaker Quran saw Cheryl working as a cashier at a convenience store. Sparks instantly flew between the pair and they started dating. They got married last year, and now, they are ready to expand their family.  A 61-year-old grandmother and her new husband, 24, have announced that they're planning to have their first child together through surrogacy - despite their 37-year age gap Quran McCain and his wife, Cheryl McGregor (pictured in 2021), from Rome, Georgia, first met in 2012 while they were both worked at Dairy Queen, when he was just 15 years old They lost contact but reconnected in 2020 when caretaker Quran...
    Florida law enforcement officials are being slammed for making demeaning social media posts mocking crime suspects and members of the public in an effort to build their social media following.  Sheriff's offices have become prolific social media content creators lately, but the posts, critics say, are now digital pillories for suspects who may never be found guilty.  A DailyMail.com investigation found that these desperate attempts to garner hundreds of thousands of followers - and potential voters - have exposed racist, sexist and humiliating content where suspects are made to look guilty even before the first court hearing, and some even display evidence not yet brought to court. Just last week in Palm Beach County, a man charged with aggravated assault and improper display of a firearm in July 2020, sued Sheriff Ric Bradshaw after he posted tweets mocking him and refused to delete them when the charges were dismissed.  The man claimed the posts caused 'mental anguish and hurt feelings' and is seeking punitive damages.  And while many of the posts began as public service announcements, the lure of huge...
    Students as young as 10 at Fairfax County Public Schools were asked how many times they had attempted suicide and detailed questions about their sexual encounters, according to a survey obtained by Parents Defending Education. The survey asks students questions about their gender identity, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, religious activity, grades and family life. Students have to answer questions like, “My parent has had their body hurt from actions (such as punching, kicking, choking, shoving, and pulling of hair) by a spouse/partner,” “How many times in the past year have you: … said something bad about someone’s race or culture?” and “Have you ever had a partner in a dating or serious relationship who: …pressured you into having sex (going all the way) when you didn’t want to?” PDE is a national grassroots organization that is working to expose “harmful agendas” and “indoctrination in the classroom” through “network and coalition building, investigative reporting, litigation, and engagement on local, state, and national policies,” according to its website. The organization has been tipped off about other examples of politicization in schools like...
    George P. Bush visited the southern border over the weekend and lashed out at Joe Biden and his administration for the outrage over images of agents on horseback wrangling illegal immigrants. 'After false outrage over a misinterpreted photo, Biden has stripped yet another tool from our men & women protecting this country,' Bush, who currently serves as the Texas Land Commissioner, tweeted on Saturday. 'Enough is enough,' he continued. 'Stop attacking our border patrol & give them the resources necessary to secure the border instead of setting them up for failure.' The White House announced on Thursday that it would no longer allow Border Patrol agents in Del Rio to ride on horseback after images emerged of them using what some deemed to be whips to wrangle mostly Haitian migrants in the Department of Homeland Security's ramped up deportation efforts. Bush is running to be the next Texas attorney general. He insisted on Twitter that agents need horses as a mode of transportation along the 'hard terrain' of the southern border.  'This is the reality of our border,' he tweeted...
    Harrowing bodycam footage capture the moment a NYPD officer tried unsuccessfully to dive into a flooded apartment to rescue a family who drowned inside as Ida brought record rainfall to New York.    The gut-wrenching video shows the policeman standing in dirty water nearly reaching his shoulders in the staircase leading to the door of the family's basement apartment, with a light on overhead.  He is surrounded by filthy brown water that is so deep the door to the family's apartment is completely submerged beneath it, while an unseen colleague films on their bodcycam.  Heartbreakingly, plush children's toys float past as the cop tries to attempt a rescue, with a can of Lysol disinfectant spray also seen bobbing on the surface.  The officer eventually dives into the water for several seconds before the other officer whose body cam is recording also goes underwater.  His colleague, who stood back slightly and filmed the rescue attempt, temporarily went underwater, with the lens capturing just how dirty and murky the liquid was, with visibility close to zero.  The police department confirmed that three bodies...
    This is the incredible moment a bear sits down at a restaurant table and chows down on a diner's burger.  In footage uploaded online, the animal can be seen calmly approaching the outdoor dining table at Sonney's BBQ Shack in Lake Tahoe, California.  It appears to take a seat as it eyes up a hamburger left behind by a family who had ran away out of fear and hid inside the restaurant.  Despite one man waving a red stool in its face, the bear - believed to be female - refuses to leave and calmly takes a bite out of the meal.  
    Conservative commentator Glenn Beck has claimed the US State Department is blocking his efforts to rescue Afghan Christians from being burned alive or crucified. Beck told Tucker Carlson that he is currently in a Muslim Middle Eastern country, and that his organization, the Nazarene Fund, has flown 5,100 Christians and other refugees, out of Afghanistan since it fell to the Taliban earlier this month.  The broadcaster refused to say which country he was in, or name two other Muslim countries he says have accepted his refugees, over fears the US State Department will hobble his rescue operation.   Beck also said Islamic countries - which he refused to name over fears of US government meddling - had been far more welcoming to the people he'd saved than America.   The broadcaster said this morning he had about 500 refugees - mainly women and children - get through the gate to board one of the Nazarene Fund's flights, only to be told by a United States soldier to go back. 'We believe that our state department is directly responsible for what we believe were...
    The Republican Party has built a “permanent” structure to battle the left nationwide on election integrity over the last eight months and is winning the longer war with Democrats, senior Republican National Committee (RNC) officials revealed exclusively to Breitbart News through lengthy interviews and documents detailing the efforts. Justin Riemer, the chief counsel of the RNC who is overseeing the party’s efforts, in an exclusive interview with Breitbart News last week, broke down the GOP’s election integrity push into “three separate categories” which include a permanent staffed infrastructure nationwide and a broad law-fare legal strategy to counter Democrats. “The first is what we’re doing in the courts and litigating,” Riemer said. “The second is sort of our operational organization out in the field to send teams into the states and the third is the more sort of communications and efficacy efforts we’ve made at the state level and pushing back on HR1 and the congressional overreach that we’ve been pushing back with.” Riemer told Breitbart News that Republicans have learned much from what happened in 2020 after seeing what the...
    Lord Dyson’s devastating report yesterday revealed the BBC had mounted a cover-up to keep the scandal under wraps. The long-awaited report into the events surrounding the 1995 interview with Princess Diana condemned the BBC bosses as gullible, preferring to swallow Bashir’s lies rather than diligently investigate. When the scandal came to light – as the Mail on Sunday pursued the story four months after the interview screened – the corporation then went to extreme lengths.  Graphic artist Matt Wiessler blew the whistle after watching the interview and realising why Bashir had asked him to mock up two bank statements in a late-night visit to his home in north London. After Mr Wiessler confided in them, senior journalists raised the alarm with the show’s editor Steve Hewlett. But it quickly descended into a ‘brief and unpleasant’ meeting with raised voices.  Pictured: Lord Dyson, whose report into how former BBC News religion editor Martin Bashir landed the Panorama interview with Diana, Princess of Wales was published on Thursday Two of them, in testimony to Lord Dyson, said they had asked him...
    Want even more betting news? Sign up for VSiN’s free daily newsletter. Listen Live to VSiN’s sports betting shows. Want even more betting news? Sign up for VSiN’s free daily newsletter. Listen Live to VSiN’s sports betting shows. Heading into the All-Star break, the Knicks were the luckiest team in the league. Despite giving up the fifth-most wide-open field-goal attempts in the NBA at the time, opponents were shooting just 37.7 percent on those looks. It was even more ridiculous when you realized the Knicks had allowed the third-most wide-open 3-pointers but ranked first in opponents’ shooting on those attempts at 33.7 percent! Surely, regression would come — but it did not. New York posted the third-best defensive rating in the second half, allowing just 107.4 points per 100 possessions on its way to a 22-13 record and the home-court edge against the Hawks in the first round. The Knicks gave up fewer wide-open looks (21.3 percent of attempts), but still ranked third in opponents’ shooting (40.3 percent) on those attempts. And on wide-open 3-pointers, opponents shot a slightly...
    President Trump is jeopardizing the Republican Party’s chances of keeping both Senate seats from Georgia by trying to overturn the election results, a top GOP-aligned pollster claims. Frank Luntz said that it is possible incumbent Senators Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue could lose their January 5 runoff elections because Trump’s calling into question the integrity of the vote could depress GOP turnout. Loeffler and Perdue are running against Democratic challengers Rev. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff, respectively. The two races are critical to the Republicans keeping their Senate majority. If they both lose, Democrats would have 50 Senate seats with Vice President-elect Kamala Harris serving as a tie-breaking vote. Georgia's two runoff races kicked off in November after Perdue and Loeffler failed to get more than 50 percent of the vote on Election Day. Early voting has already started for the January 5 election.  President Trump (left) is jeopardizing the Republican Party’s chances of keeping both Senate seats from Georgia by trying to overturn the election results, Frank Luntz (right), a top GOP-aligned pollster, claims Luntz said...
    A Long Island man reportedly shot and killed his wife before attempting suicide in front of the couple’s two children Monday. Paul Bonny allegedly shot and killed his wife Cathiana before turning the gun on himself, according to the New York Post. Both Paul and Cathiana were taken to local hospitals where she was pronounced dead. Paul has been listed in serious condition, the outlet reported. LI man fatally shoots his wife, attempts suicide in front of children https://t.co/Wx7BPoP3Ah pic.twitter.com/nUUaHxbULz — New York Post (@nypost) November 10, 2020 Mario Tallorico, a neighbor who lives across the street said he “heard the shots, but it sounded like firecrackers.” (RELATED: Texas Military Family Found Dead In Garage In Alleged Murder-Suicide) “Then I heard the kids screaming and I looked out the window,” Antona Tallorica, his wife, said, according to the New York Post. “I saw one of them touch the mom but she wasn’t moving. The father was also on the ground but appeared to be moving.” The Bonny family had reportedly bought the house in April before moving in back...
    For anyone who's dabbled in the world of online dating, unwelcome advances are often a fact of life. But if you've ever struggled to think of a comeback, you might want to commit some of these shining examples to memory for the next time you enter the fray. British website The Poke rounded up the best examples of the most withering put-downs from the world of dating - and they make for hilarious reading.  From sarcastic responses to blunt assessments, these comebacks are so brilliant you'll wish you'd thought of them yourself.  This poor man's attempt at flirting was met with derision from the object of his affections, with the person admitting she didn't find short guys attractive This anonymous person was left unimpressed after she received unwanted texts again, and so she used her boyfriend to get her message across RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next Normal People's Daisy Edgar-Jones says she was really proud... Would YOU end it over the phone? New 'text-to-ditch' service... Savvy mum-of-three reveals...
    On Saturday, The New York Times attempted to correct the mistake made by its op-ed writer Maureen Dowd by writing that if former Vice President Joe Biden selected a woman as his running mate it would be the first Democratic male/female presidential ticket since Walter Mondale and Geraldine Ferraro in 1984, ignoring Hillary Clinton’s presidential run in 2016. The Times started by tweeting, “It’s hard to fathom, but it has been 36 years since a man chose to put a woman on the Democratic ticket with him, writes @Maureen Dowd. To use Geraldine Ferraro’s favorite expression, ‘Gimme a break.’” The Times followed by admitting, “Correction: An earlier version of this column incorrectly said it had been 36 years since a man and a woman ran on a Democratic Party ticket. It has been that long since a man chose a woman to run as V.P. on the Democratic ticket. We’ve deleted a tweet that repeated the error.” Correction: An earlier version of this column incorrectly said it had been 36 years since a man and a woman ran on a...
    NASA has designed a ventilator to help treat coronavirus patients and now the American space agency is helping those without the virus stay healthy. The Jet Propulsion Lab designed a 3D printable necklace that vibrates, or omits a pulse, when the wear’s hands are too close to their face. Called PULSE, the device uses an infrared proximity sensory with up to 12 inches of range and once motion is detected, a small vibration motor inside is activated. The technology is a response to how often individuals touch their eyes, mouth and nose – all pathways for the coronavirus to enter the body. The Jet Propulsion Lab has designed a 3D printable necklace that vibrates, or omits a pulse, when the wear’s hands are too close to their face The coronavirus began in China last year and has since spread to nearly every country across the globe. It is a respiratory illness that can cause fever, cough and shortness of breath. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Reddit BANS 2,000 communities including r/The_Donald after... Japanese...
    Liberal media companies regularly target their opponents’ advertising partners and capabilities in order to hurt them. The most recent instance of this behavior occurred June 16, between NBC News and The Federalist.
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