June 26, 2022

Climate Change Protester Ties Herself to Net During French Open Semifinal 

A climate change protester interrupted the French Open semifinal match between Casper Ruud and Marin Čilić by rushing the court and tying herself to the net on Friday.  “We’ve got an interloper on the court,” the commentator said as the protester stormed the court. “Security in black sport coats is out to protect.” The woman…

Ukraine War: Is Russia about to open up a new front in the conflict?

Exclusive — Alan Dershowitz: Breitbart News Is Open to ‘All Points of View,’ ‘Hard Left’ Can Only ‘Cancel and Censor’

Harvard Law School Professor Emeritus Alan Dershowitz praised Breitbart News and its audience for being open to “hear all points of view” during an interview on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Sunday with host Joel Pollak. “It’s great that Breitbart would publish my piece and put me on [its radio show], even though … many, many disagree…

Vermont Towns Open Voting to Foreign Nationals, Offering Ballots in Foreign Languages

A pair of Vermont towns are ready for their first local elections where foreign nationals will be allowed to vote, even offering ballots in foreign languages. Montpelier, the state’s capital, and Winooski, located just outside of Burlington, are set to hold local elections where, for the first time, foreign nationals will be able to vote.…

Ports Are Open: Ron DeSantis Announces Global Shipping Company Moving Some Operations from California to Florida

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) announced Friday that the global shipping company Sea-Lead Shipping is moving part of its operations from California to Jacksonville, Florida — another victory for the governor, whose state’s ports have increased their capacity to help alleviate the nationwide supply chain crisis. Speaking from Jacksonville, Florida, DeSantis spoke of the continued supply chain…

Georgia Senate Passes Bill Nixing License Requirement To Open Carry Handguns

The Georgia Senate’s Republican majority passed the Georgia Constitutional Carry Act of 2021 Monday, amending previous legislation requiring a license to carry a handgun in public.Georgia state senators passed Senate Bill 319 with a 34-22 vote along party lines after a long debate where Democratic senators argued the bill would increase gun deaths in the…

Exclusive–Rep. Steube on Biden: Special Counsel on China Dealings, Impeachment for Open Border

Rep. Greg Steube (R-FL) pulled no punches when it came to saying what Republicans will do to hold President Joe Biden accountable for his actions, including dealings with China that garnered his family millions of dollars and open southern border policies that have allowed illegal aliens and drugs to flow into the United States. SiriusXM’s…

A Beauty That Grows With Time: ‘Time Orders Old Age to Destroy Beauty’

“Time Orders Old Age to Destroy Beauty,” circa 1746, by Pompeo Batoni. Oil on canvas, 52.3 inches by 37.9 inches. The National Gallery, London. (Public Domain)Social media is such a new phenomenon. Everything has its pros and cons, but we still don’t know what the consequences of its excessive use will be.  To me, it seems…

Did I Predict the Global Financial Crisis?

Commentary The 2008 recession, known as the “Global Financial Crisis” (“GFC”) outside the USA and the “Great Recession” inside, was the biggest economic crisis since the Great Depression, and before the COVID-19 recession. It was also caused by the financial sector—which is obviously a part of the economy—rather than by an “exogenous shock” (something emanating…

Biden Administration Vows ‘Severe’ Response If ‘Single Additional Russian Force’ Enters Ukraine

Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Jan. 23 said the United States would initiate a “swift” and “severe” response if Russia’s military enters Ukraine. “If a single additional Russian force goes into Ukraine in an aggressive way, as I said, that would trigger a swift, a severe, and a united response from us and from…

Beijing’s 2022 Winter Olympics App Is a Privacy Threat to Users, Expert Says

People traveling to China for the 2022 Winter Olympics—including athletes, government dignitaries, and corporate executives—are all at risk of personal data exposure and being surveilled by the Chinese regime, a data security expert warned. The risk centers around a state-controlled smartphone app called “MY 2022” that Beijing demands international and local attendees use to come…

WATCH: Australian Open Fans Asked to Remove T-Shirts Asking ‘Where Is Peng Shuai?’

Fans at the Australian Open were asked to remove tee shirts with the slogan “Where is Peng Shuai?” an allusion to the continuing mystery surrounding the whereabouts of a Chinese tennis star who accused that country’s vice president of rape. As Breitbart’s Warner Todd Huston reports: Early in November, Shuai posted a message to her Chinese social…

Djokovic out of Australian Open after losing deportation appeal

MELBOURNE, Australia — Novak Djokovic’s hopes of playing at the Australian Open were dashed Sunday after a court dismissed the top-ranked tennis star’s appeal against a deportation order. Three Federal Court judges upheld a decision made on Friday by the immigration minister to cancel the 34-year-old Serb’s visa on public interest grounds. The decision likely […]

‘SNL’ cold open shows Biden blaming COVID surge on ‘Spider-Man’ movie fans

“Saturday Night Live”’s President Biden (played by James Austin Johnson) had a solution to the recent surge in coronavirus cases during the show’s cold open this weekend: “Stop seeing ‘Spider-Man!’”  “Spider-Man: No Way Home” has topped the box office for several weeks after premiering in mid-December.  “Think about it. When did ‘Spider-Man’ come out?” Johnson’s […]

Contagious, Deadly Parvovirus Persists in Environment

Q: Our pit bull puppy died of parvovirus. How can we prevent parvovirus in our next puppy? A: Instead of choosing a puppy, I recommend you adopt an adult dog whose parvovirus vaccination is up to date. Vaccination is very effective at preventing parvovirus infection, nicknamed “parvo,” and all dogs deserve protection from this common,…

Newsom Budget Enmeshes Government More in Our Lives

Commentary If you look beyond the numbers, Gov. Gavin Newsom’s budget proposal for fiscal year 2022-23, which begins on July 1, 2022, further enmeshes government in the lives of everyone in the state. At his Monday announcement, the governor was ebullient about the $213 billion in general-fund spending. As in previous budget announcements, he spoke…

Swarm of Earthquakes, Some Strong, Hits Off Alaska Islands

ANCHORAGE, Alaska—A swarm of earthquakes was recorded Tuesday off Alaska’s Aleutian Islands, including the largest with a magnitude of 6.8 followed by aftershocks. There were few reports of the underwater quakes in the North Pacific being felt in nearby communities in a sparsely populated region of Alaska and no reports of damage, officials said. Natalia…

Check Your Fact Signs Open Letter To YouTube

12:00 AM 01/12/2022Check Your Fact Staff | Contributor In a letter to YouTube, fact-checkers call upon its CEO to take four steps against rampant disinformationCheck Your Fact is proud to join more than 80 professional fact-checking organizations from over 40 countries in signing a letter to YouTube’s CEO Susan Wojcicki. The letter, published Wednesday, urges…

A Sanctuary Story: How the Man Behind ‘A Christmas Story’ Became Collateral Damage for Open Borders Agenda

A Christmas Story, released in 1983, has become an American classic for the Christmas season — a colorful depiction of life in Hohman, Indiana, in the 194srcs unlike any other. Decades later, the man behind the film saw a much darker fate. It was April 4, 2srcsrc7, and 67-year-old Bob Clark, the director of A…

‘Saturday Night Live’ Mocks Joe Biden as No Longer ‘Lucid’ in Cold Open

In the cold open sketch for this weekend’s Saturday Night Live, actor Jason Sudeikis reprised his early 2010s-era Joe Biden impression to deliver the punchline that the President Biden of today is no longer “lucid.” The opener began with a downcast elderly Joe Biden, played by current cast member James Austin Johnson, wondering how his approval…

Live Q&A: Trump Unveils Social Network and Media Group; Evergrande Collapse Accelerates

Live Q&A: Trump Unveils Social Network and Media Group; Evergrande Collapse Accelerates Former President Donald Trump has announced a new social media app, alongside a new video entertainment company and media company. And in other news, the looming housing market crisis in China is accelerating. In this live Q&A with Crossroads host Joshua Philipp, we’ll…

Gas Explosion in China Shatters City Block

A big explosion in a northern Chinese city left buildings destroyed. People covered in blood were seen carried away in ambulances. ​​ China turns to the United States for help amid a power crisis. Beijing is set to double its import of natural gas from America through deals with an American energy company. China’s coal…

When Giving the Gift of Life Costs You Your Life

Commentary Due to the advocacy and educational work I do around the medical, ethical, and legal risks involved in surrogate pregnancies, I was recently alerted that another U.S. gestational surrogate died. Lydia Cox died July 18, 2021, at the age of 33.  She was married and the mother of four children.  Per her husband Trey’s…

Qantas Brings Forward International Flights as Sydney Set to Reopen

Australia’s major airline Qantas will bring forward a series of international flights from Sydney to Singapore, Bangkok, Phuket, Johannesburg, and Fiji. Qantas said on Friday that the changes would enable the airline to bring 11,000 of its employees previously stood down back to work in December—including about 5,000 employees linked to domestic flying and 6,000…

Biden: Open to Eliminating Filibuster on Voting Rights –

During a town hall on CNN on Thursday, President Joe Biden said that he was open to reforming or abolishing the Senate filibuster. Biden said, “Here is the deal, if, in fact, I get myself into at this moment the debate on the filibuster, I lose at least three votes right now to get what…

Biden Says He’s Open To Ending Filibuster For Voting Rights ‘And Maybe More’

October 21, 2021 11:05 PM ET President Joe Biden said Thursday he’s open to getting rid of the filibuster on the issue of voting rights “and maybe more.”The president, speaking at a CNN town hall, was asked about the filibuster by moderator Anderson Cooper. Biden began by suggesting he wouldn’t discuss the issue because getting…

Cruz: South Texas Democrats Threatening to Leave Party over ‘Open Borders’

Wednesday, during an appearance on FNC’s “The Ingraham Angle,” Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) said Democrats in South Texas, which he explained was a long-time Democratic Party stronghold, were weighing leaving the party over the Biden administration’s handling of the U.S.-Mexico border. Cruz also said that as long as the Biden administration refused to apply the…

Report: Biden Accepts 30,000 Afghan Refugees, Exacerbating Open Border Policies

President Joe Biden’s Department of Defense (DOD) will reportedly accept 30,000 Afghan refugees into military installations following the collapse of Kabul, Afghanistan, over the weekend. The refugees are special immigrant visas (SIV) applicants and will be housed at Fort McCoy in Wisconsin and Fort Bliss in Texas, according to a document Fox News obtained. “The situation in Afghanistan…

Blinken: Biden Open to Working with Taliban if It ‘Upholds the Basic Rights of Its People’

American Secretary of State Antony Blinken said in a CNN interview on Sunday that the administration of President Joe Biden “can work with and recognize” a Taliban government in Afghanistan that respects women and “doesn’t harbor terrorists.” The Taliban, the jihadist organization that ruled Afghanistan prior to the U.S. invasion of that country in 2001,…

DeSantis on Lockdowns: ‘We’re Not Shutting Down,’ Schools Will Open, ‘We’re Protecting Every Floridian Job’

Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said at a press conference on Tuesday that his state will not return to lockdown protocol in the wake of the Delta variant of the coronavirus. DeSantis held a presser to announce the progress his administration has made to preserve Florida’s Everglades and distribute water throughout the state, and a…

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