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    BOXING legend Floyd Mayweather is set to lace up his gloves once again this weekend... and he's already planned for the after party to be on a BOAT. The 50-0 former five-weight world champion faces ex-sparring partner Don Moore on top of a hotel in Dubai. 3Floyd Mayweather has revealed the venue for his after party following his bout with Don MooreCredit: Instagram @floatdubai 3The party will be held at the glitzy FLOAT nightclub, on board the Queen Elizabeth IICredit: Instagram @floatdubai 3FLOAT's website crowns itself as the "best nightclub in Dubai".Credit: Instagram @floatdubai Regardless of the result, Mayweather is set to party the night away in style. The 45-year-old has revealed the location for the fight after party to his 28million Instagram followers. The aptly named plush club FLOAT, on board the Queen Elizabeth II in Dubai is where Mayweather and his entourage will celebrate victory or dance away their sorrows. Either way he won't be too concerned, with the light-hearted dust-up set to earn him millions. Read More In Sporthere comes the money...
    Kristen Day is the executive director of Democrats For Life of America  In January 2020, I went to a town hall meeting in Des Moines, Iowa to ask Pete Buttigieg, then a candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination, a very important question. 'Is there room for people like me in the Democratic Party?' This was at the height of the primary season and pro-life Democrats, like me, were looking for a candidate who supported pro-life voices. We had already lost then-frontrunner Joe Biden. Just one day after re-affirming his support for the Hyde Amendment, which bars federal funding for most abortions, he caved under pressure and declared that he opposed it. Author Kristen Day speaking outside the Democratic National Convention in Milwaukee in August 15, 2020 Pro-life Democrats were left without anyone wanting their vote after we watched for years as our party steadily moved away from us. President Bill Clinton said that abortions should be 'safe, legal, and rare.' But then in 2012, the Democratic Party dropped the word 'rare' from its discussion of abortion in the official party platform....
    By: Shelley Bortz/KDKA-TV PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Gunfire unfolded at a house party full of minors early on Easter morning, leaving two teenagers dead and eight others injured. READ MORE: Pittsburgh Mass Shooting: 2 Juveniles Dead, 8 Victims Injured“We heard tons of gunshots, it was super, super loud and it was shocking to hear,” said Pheri Faulkner. Faulkner lives just a few doors down from where police say about 50 rounds were fired inside of the Airbnb on Suismon Street around 12:30 a.m. on Easter morning. Flowers now lay on the doorstep of the home where two teenagers were killed and eight others were shot. “We immediately knew it was gunshots,” Faulkner said. “Our first thought was call the police because we didn’t know if anybody got hit. There were just so many gunshots there was no way anybody didn’t get hurt and with all the people running around and screaming and everything it was just scary.” Police said they received several ShotSpotter alerts just before 12:30 and once officers arrived, shots were still being fired and people...
    A SAVVY mum with an eye for design wowed with her stunning Easter tea table and it all came at bargain prices. Creative mum Natasha Lawless showed her eye-catching Easter display and explained that the whole lot was bought on a budget. 3The creative mum designed an incredible Easter tea table for her family 3Mum Natasha explained that she bought everything from discount stores The adorable creation included rabbit figures, tea cups, a little toy house and cake stands. She also arranged each place setting with a small bucket of chocolate eggs, an Easter cracker, an egg shaped plate, Easter themed cutlery holder and a pink bobbly place mat. Sharing the creation on Facebook, she said: "Easter afternoon tea using Poundland egg plates and Poundland stripy tea cup and saucer set. "Mini bunnies from Poundland also hanging decorations from Poundland, B&M and Home Bargains. "Cutlery holder and crackers from B&M and placemats from Home Bargains." The cake stand, which took pride of place in the middle of the table, came from Asda but sadly they don't stock them...
    Multiple reports claim former German Chancellor Gerhard Schröder, who took joined the boards of Russian gas companies after approving the Nord Stream 2 pipeline project, flew to Russia for ‘secret’ peace talks with Vladimir Putin. Gerhard Schröder, who formerly served as Germany’s centre-left Chancellor and who oversaw an intended intensification of energy imports from Russia through the creation of a controversial new pipeline, is reportedly in Moscow for peace talks with Vladimir Putin regarding the ongoing Ukraine conflict. Schröder — who has close personal and business ties with both Russia and its president — is said to have made the journey without the knowledge or prior approval of the current German government, according to extraordinary claims made by POLITICO. According to the report, an unnamed source claimed Putin is to meet Schröder on Thursday to discuss an end to the ongoing violent conflict in Ukraine. Germany’s biggest-selling newspaper BILD cites its own sources — again unnamed — claiming that Schröder is indeed in Moscow, adding that he allegedly flew via Turkey on Wednesday and that his presence is at the request of the Ukrainian...
    A 40-year-old man is facing weapons charges after police said he was found in possession of a semi-automatic handgun during a party a hotel on Long Island. Officers responded to Homewood Suites, which is located at 40 Westbury Ave. in Carle Place, on Sunday, March 6, after receiving a report of a person in need of medical assistance and a person in possession of a handgun, according to the Nassau County Police Department. Investigators determined that a 16-year-old boy had suffered a laceration to his forehead during the party, which was being held for him, NCPD said.  A dispute broke out during the party between two men, and Reginald Dalcime, of Georgia, retrieved a loaded Smith and Wesson semi-automatic handgun during the gathering, police said.  Police located the firearm and arrested Dalcime at about 1:10 a.m., authorities said.  NCPD said no other injuries were reported. Police reported that Dalcime was charged with: Second-degree criminal possession of a weapon  Third-degree criminal possession of a weapon  Criminal possession of a firearm Nine counts of endangering the welfare of a child Fourth-degree criminal mischief ...
    United States Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky) dumped cold water on Florida Republican Senator Rick Scott’s “11 Point Plan to Rescue America” during a news conference on Tuesday, telling reporters that Scott’s right-wing wish list is low-hanging fruit for Democratic attack ads ahead of November’s midterm elections. Scott, the chair of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, released his proposal last week to offer voters a reason to vote for the GOP this fall. As a whole, the party has no coordinated or discernible policy priorities except to batter President Joe Biden. But at the heart of what Scott put forth is a provision that most conservatives (and liberals) would likely reject – raising taxes on poor and working-class Americans. Moments after Scott exited the press briefing, McConnell shredded Scott’s hopes of shaping his party’s platform. “Let me tell you what will not be a part of our agenda: We will not have as part of our agenda a bill that raises taxes on half the American people and sunsets Social Security and Medicare after five years. That will not...
    Racism, Islamophobia, antisemitism, and anti-LGBTQ extremism remain endemic in the Republican conference. The two top House Republicans made comments criticizing two members of their caucus on Monday for participating in a white nationalist event. But both Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and Minority Whip Steve Scalise have opposed any previous efforts to punish Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene (GA) and Paul Gosar (AZ) for their clear bigotry, and they have stood by as others in their caucus promote Islamophobia, antisemitism, racism, and anti-LGBTQ discrimination. "There's no place in our party for any of this. ... The party should not be associated any time, any place with somebody who is antisemitic," McCarthy (CA) told reporters. "This is unacceptable." "There's no place in America for antisemitism, for hate speech and thought that any race is purer than any other," agreed Scalise, the congressman from Louisiana. These rare criticisms of their own GOP colleagues came after Greene and Gosar gave speeches to the America First Political Action Conference — a far-right conference organized by Southern Poverty...
    "Right now our wrong track — nation's on the wrong track number — sitting at 72%, second poll in a row where we've been over 70%. This is only the third time in our poll's history over 30 years where we’ve had two tracks that off," Todd explained. "That again would put you in shellacking territory for the party in power." NBC’s Chuck Todd: After Disastrous First Year, Biden “No Longer Seen As Competent, Effective” www.youtube.com And the one positive metric from the poll for Democrats is not actually positive, Todd observed. "The one place Democrats are holding up OK is on the question of which party should control Congress— basically a dead heat, one point advantage there," Todd said. "But most analysts will tell you Democrats have to be up by about four or five due to redistricting in order to actually hold the House here, so that puts it in the middle." "But as you can see, two of our three most important indexes is sitting in shellacking territory right now for the Democrats," he...
    World No. 1 Ashley Pardy tightened her grip on Italy’s Camilla Giorgi (33rd) 6-2, 6-3 to advance to the 16th round of the Australian Open on Friday. “She hits the ball well and controls the center of the field well from the baseline so the goal was to get her out of that area,” the 25-year-old Australian said. Backhand and in excellent service. In three rounds, she was never broken. He took a 3-0 lead 8 minutes after entering the game, predicting a meeting of the two types he had sent so far within an hour of the first two rounds. But Georgie has a completely different ability than the party’s previous two opponents and the Italian player has become more aggressive, especially instead of the Australian’s second serve. In a hurry, the party was able to resist in 61 minutes without risking danger. Winner of two Grand Slam titles (Roland-Carros 2019 and Wimbledon 2021), chasing his first major title in the world No.1. He reached the semifinals in 2020 and lost in the quarterfinals in 2021. See also  How...
    The photo of Queen Elizabeth II sitting alone at her husband’s funeral last year because of pandemic rules broke hearts around the world. What we didn’t known until now is that, at the moment it was taken, the people who created those laws were hungover from a party which had raged into the early hours of that morning. The humiliation of Prime Minister Boris Johnson, whose government has been accused of breaking lockdown rules repeatedly to get drunk together, appeared complete Friday when his spokesman confirmed that the PM’s office has apologized to the queen for a lockdown-breaking party that took place hours before she sat by herself at Prince Philip’s funeral in April. To make matters worse, Britain was in a period of public mourning at the time. Flags were at half-staff on government buildings, including Downing Street, where the party was rocking. Philip’s coffin was lying in a private chapel in Windsor Castle. An explosive report from The Daily Telegraph on Thursday night exposed the gathering for the first time. It said a farewell party was held for...
    United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson is accused of breaching his country's first coronavirus lockdown in May 2020 after a leaked email Monday showed a top official invited more than 100 workers to a garden party. As reported by the Guardian, Johnson is suspected of attending the garden party despite strict measures meant to stop the spread of COVID-19 that severely limited gatherings. This was discovered after the emergence of an email invitation sent by Johnson's principal private secretary Martin Reynolds to employees of No. 10 Downing Street. “Hi all, after what has been an incredibly busy period we thought it would be nice to make the most of the lovely weather and have some socially distanced drinks in the No 10 garden this evening," the email, obtained by ITV News, read. "Please join us from 6pm and bring your own booze!” ITV News reported roughly 40 people attended the gathering on May 20, 2020, including the prime minister and his wife, Carrie Johnson. In a photo previously published in the media, Johnson, his then-fiancee...
    By Luke McGee, Arnaud Siad, Niamh Kennedy and Ivana Kottasova | CNN British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has more questions to answer after it emerged on Monday that one of his top officials sent an invitation to a Downing Street party to dozens of employees amid the first Covid-19 lockdown in the country. The email, from Johnson’s principal private secretary Martin Reynolds, invited more than 100 staffers to “socially distanced drinks in the No. 10 garden” on May 20, 2020. At that time, strict lockdown restrictions were in place in England. Mixing between households was limited to two people, who could only meet outdoors and at a distance of at least 2 meters (6.5 feet). In workplaces, official guidance stated that in-person meetings should only take place if “absolutely necessary.” In the email, first published by ITV News on Monday, Reynolds said: “After what has been an incredibly busy period it would be nice to make the most of the lovely weather and have some socially distanced drinks in the No10 garden this evening.” “Please join us from 6pm and...
    (CNN)British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has more questions to answer after it emerged on Monday that one of his top officials sent an invitation to a Downing Street party to dozens of employees amid the first Covid-19 lockdown in the country.The email, from Johnson's principal private secretary Martin Reynolds, invited more than 100 staffers to "socially distanced drinks in the No. 10 garden" on May 20, 2020.At that time, strict lockdown restrictions were in place in England. Mixing between households was limited to two people, who could only meet outdoors and at a distance of at least 2 meters (6.5 feet). In workplaces, official guidance stated that in-person meetings should only take place if "absolutely necessary."In the email, first published by ITV News on Monday, Reynolds said: "After what has been an incredibly busy period it would be nice to make the most of the lovely weather and have some socially distanced drinks in the No10 garden this evening." Read More"Please join us from 6pm and bring your own booze!" the email added. Photo appears to show Britains Boris Johnson...
    Thousands of protesters and others partied in central Vienna on Friday evening in clear defiance of Austria’s various lockdown restrictions. Crowds gathered in central Vienna on Friday to ring in the new year, partying the night away despite lockdown restrictions in place in Austria. A mix of protesters, New Year’s Eve celebrants, and tourists gathered in the central Stephansplatz square, with many dancing to music being blared out across the square. While Austria had temporarily relaxed unvaccinated-only lockdown restrictions for the night, a number of other measures remained in place. These included a 10 pm curfew for restaurants, as well as a ten-person limit on gatherings for both jabbed and unjabbed alike. This, however, did not stop thousands from attending revelries in the city centre, according to a report by Heute. Corona-Demo wieder am Stephansplatz pic.twitter.com/0yJQ26RRU8 — Markus Sulzbacher (@msulzbacher) December 31, 2021 The Austrian newspaper Kronen Zeitung reported that police showed up at the scene around 10 pm to ensure a peaceful celebration. While the reports by Heute and Kronen Zeitung disagree on whether arrests were made by police during the event, both agree that...
    I woke up to yet another think piece about 'The Frustrations of Kamala Harris' in The New York Times. It is an interesting piece, worth your time, and it lays out a long list of examples of why our Vice President is failing to rise to the occasion and the opportunity of her office. The report also explains why she is not 'the heir apparent' to the nomination for the Democratic ticket for president if President Biden decides he will not run again in 2024. What is different about growing concerns and criticisms of Vice President Harris is that some of the harshest judgments of her shortcomings are being written most aggressively in mainstream liberal media outlets like this December 23rd edition of The New York Times. It is no longer just commonplace for those of us on the right to find all the justifiable reasons why our Vice President is failing and seemingly embarrassing herself, and by default the administration, in the process. Journalists and commentators on the left understand that putting 2024's eggs in the Vice President Harris...
    On Monday’s broadcast of CNN’s “Situation Room,” Congressional Progressive Caucus Chair Pramila Jayapal (D-WA) responded to a question on whether Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) still belongs in the Democratic Party by stating that “we welcome everyone to the Democratic Party that can back the president’s Democratic agenda, the agenda that the House, the White House, the Senate ran on and delivered on.” Host Wolf Blitzer asked, “Sen. Manchin says he’d like to think there’s still a place for him in the Democratic Party. Do you think he still belongs in the Democratic Party?” Jayapal answered, “Look, we welcome everyone to the Democratic Party that can back the president’s Democratic agenda, the agenda that the House, the White House, the Senate ran on and delivered on. And that is the thing, Wolf, I think we have to understand. We know that there are structural problems with the Senate, where we twist ourselves into parliamentarian pretzels to actually get by the filibuster, which is a Jim Crow relic. But the reality is, we have an opportunity to deliver, and we worked from...
    Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s press chief, Jack Doyle, allegedly spoke at the 18th of December “party” that No 10 claimed didn’t happen, according to multiple reports. Several news outlets including ITV have reported that Prime Minister Johnson’s press secretary Jack Doyle spoke to a crowd of 20-30 people at the alleged party, claimed to have taken place on December 18th last year. It is also alleged that Doyle gave out “thank you awards” to Number 10 staffers at this event, which took place just two days after London went into a lockdown where social events and the mixing of different households was prohibited. Doyle’s handing out of “thank you awards”, if confirmed, would add to the growing evidence that the government’s claims that a gathering constituting a “party” did not take place — or that such any such gathering that did occur would have followed the coronavirus legislation. Alongside Doyle’s alleged awards, an anonymous BBC source has claimed that there was food, drink, and party games at the event. Further complicating matters for Prime Minister Johnson, a video has leaked showing senior Downing Street staff...
    SOFIA, Bulgaria (AP) — Bulgaria’s president on Saturday gave a mandate to form a new government to the prime minister-designate of a centrist party that won the country’s parliamentary election last month on promises to fight endemic corruption and carry out legal reforms. Kiril Petkov, 41, leader of the newly formed We Continue the Change (PP) party, accepted the instruction a day after signing a reform-oriented coalition agreement with three other left-wing and center-right groups that won seats in the national legislature. “You and the coalition partners have a responsibility to reform the vicious power model inherited from 12 years of authoritarian rule, to tackle corruption and lawlessness, the inequalities and poverty they create,” President Rumen Radev said, referring to the governance of Bulgaria’s three-time prime minister, Boyko Borissov. The president urged the next government to focus on reforms in the judiciary, arguing that “the battle for the rule of law will be decisive for all other battles.” The four-party coalition will control 134 seats in Bulgaria’s 240-seat parliament, which is set to vote Monday on approving the new government....
    Britons have reacted to the government’s alleged lockdown hypocrisy revealed in recent days in their own inimitable way, with over one million people now having responded to an invitation for a Christmas rave at the Prime Minister’s official residence at 10 Downing Street. Revelations of an alleged lockdown-busting Christmas party that was said to have taken place at the Prime Minister’s official residence at Downing Street in December 2020 that emerged this week triggered a satirical response, with a DJ promoting another — much larger — party at the same venue. UK Now Investigating Three Alleged Lockdown-Busting Downing Street Christmas Parties https://t.co/2B2e0ZCm7N — Breitbart London (@BreitbartLondon) December 9, 2021 The Christmas Rave is being hosted by Scottish house DJ Jon Mancini. Mancini has been described as “Scotland’s most well known house DJ”, and has over thirty years of experience in the industry. A Metropolitan spokesperson when contacted by Breitbart about the Event said “This is a Facebook event page and at this stage, nothing more”. They declined to comment further. The tongue-in-cheek invitation to the Downing Street party proclaims: MASSIVE RAVE...