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Democratic Admin Authorizes Genocide

Democratic Admin Authorizes Genocide

on March 2, 2021, 8:45 AM / in National News

For many in the anti-abortion rights movement, President Trump equaled long-awaited progress. For those on the other side, the Biden-Harris administration brings a sigh of relief for abortion rights groups. Since taking office, President Biden has already taken steps to reverse his predecessor’s rules on federal funding for abortions, and Democrats are hoping to use their new position of power […]

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Indiana House Passes Bill to Protect the Right to Use Natural Gas in Businesses and Homes

Indiana House Passes Bill to Protect the Right to Use Natural Gas in Businesses and Homes

on March 2, 2021, 8:40 AM / in State News

Indiana’s House of Representatives passed a bill that, if it becomes law, would prohibit municipalities and other local governments in the state from banning natural gas hookups for new businesses and homes, for heat, cooking, or other uses. The bill’s sponsors and those testifying in favor of HB 1191 say the legislation secures consumers’ abilities to choose to use natural […]

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Rep. Jerry Sexton takes on the Tennessee Sheriffs’ Association over opposition to Constitutional Carry Legislation

on March 2, 2021, 8:36 AM / in State News

On February 24, 2021, the Tennessee Sheriffs’ Association presented a statement to the House Criminal Justice Subcommittee in opposition to two bills which have the capacity to implement Constitutional Carry. Not only did the Tennessee Sheriffs’ Association oppose the proposed legislation but it also asked for increased restrictions on existing law, such as concealment requirements and “implied consent” conditions which […]

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Chicken Lady Comes to Roost at the Innovation Zone

Chicken Lady Comes to Roost at the Innovation Zone

on March 2, 2021, 8:32 AM / in Opinion

(Chuck Muth) – This week Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak – a guy so bad at communications he couldn’t sell hot cross buns to the “starving pygmies down in New Guinea” – held a press conference to discuss details of a proposed “Innovation Zone” bill that would allow development of an independent “smart city” on some 67,000 acres of barren desert east […]

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Cancel Culture Limits COVID-19 Information

Cancel Culture Limits COVID-19 Information

on March 2, 2021, 8:09 AM / in National News

Cancel culture is encroaching into the public health sphere, with Facebook removing information about COVID-19 and vaccines it deems erroneous and YouTube removing videos of U.S. Senate hearings on early home treatment for COVID-19 from a U.S. Senator’s YouTube channel. On February 8, Facebook stated it is expanding its efforts to remove posts and paid ads about vaccines and COVID-19 […]

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Battle brewing over wine shipping restrictions

Battle brewing over wine shipping restrictions

on March 2, 2021, 8:01 AM / in State News

By Erik Schelzig |  TNJ The first round in what could be this year’s big booze fight is scheduled for the House Departments and Agencies Subcommittee on Tuesday. The bill sponsored by House Majority Leader William Lamberth (R-Portland) seeks to place greater restrictions on direct shipment of wine to Tennessee consumers. The move is backed by the state’s liquor wholesalers and […]

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Amazon Quietly Bans Books Containing Undefined ‘Hate Speech’

Amazon Quietly Bans Books Containing Undefined ‘Hate Speech’

on March 2, 2021, 7:54 AM / in National News

Amazon has adopted a rule against books that contain anything the company labels as “hate speech.” It appears there was no announcement of the new rule. It was only noticed by media after the online retailer recently banned a book that criticizes transgender ideology. It’s not clear what Amazon means by “hate speech” or even if it used that label to […]

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Canceling Hyatt Regency and Dr. Seuss: A testimony of hope and four practical ways to engage our opponents with grace

Canceling Hyatt Regency and Dr. Seuss: A testimony of hope and four practical ways to engage our opponents with grace

on March 2, 2021, 7:48 AM / in Religion

By Dr. Jim Denison Let’s start with some good news: the late Alex Trebek’s TV wardrobe was donated to men who are homeless or leaving jail. When an H-E-B grocery store near Austin, Texas, lost power in the recent winter storm and was unable to check out customers, employees let them take their goods home for free. A delivery driver’s vehicle got stuck in a client’s […]

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Woke-O-Haram Cancels Dr. Seuss

Woke-O-Haram Cancels Dr. Seuss

on March 2, 2021, 7:43 AM / in Opinion

By Erick-Woods Erickson Last week Hasbro announced it was getting rid of Mr. Potato Head, except not really. Hasbro decided to rebrand as “Potato Head” because they sell a Mr and a Mrs. Potato Head. They have predetermined the genders of the potatoes instead of just sticking all the various genders up the backside of a single potato and letting […]

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CCRKBA Warns: ‘Dems Trying to Turn 2A Rights into Regulated Privilege’

on March 2, 2021, 7:23 AM / in National News

The Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms—sister organization to the Second Amendment Foundation and typically operating in its shadow—is launching an aggressive multi-network television advertising effort focusing on Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee’s H.R. 127, and it could reach millions of people over the next week. For CCRKBA, it does two things. First, it’s an attention-getting bare-knuckles approach to what […]

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Virginia: Ban on Homemade Firearms Dies in Conference Committee

Virginia: Ban on Homemade Firearms Dies in Conference Committee

on March 2, 2021, 7:19 AM / in State News

The 2021 Session of the General Assembly officially closes in a “pro-forma” session on Monday but all legislation had to be dealt with by mid-night last night and the House completed it’s work shortly before that time. The Senate adjourned shortly after 10:30PM.  Much of the day was taken up with bills dealing with a path to legalization of marijuana, requiring […]

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Why Are Dems Nuking GOP Voters’ No. 1 Issue?

Why Are Dems Nuking GOP Voters’ No. 1 Issue?

on March 2, 2021, 7:16 AM / in Opinion

By Christopher Chantrill | American Thinker You’ve probably seen the poll about the top concerns of GOP voters and Democratic voters; it’s been all over conservative media. The top three concerns of Republican voters are: Illegal immigration Lack of support for the police High taxes Democratic voters live in a completely different world. Their top three concerns are: Donald Trump’s voters White […]

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Six Dr. Seuss books yanked from shelves amid racism controversy

on March 2, 2021, 7:09 AM / in State News

By Noah Manskar | New York Post The company that publishes Dr. Seuss’ children’s books said it will stop selling six of his titles because they contain racist and insensitive images. Dr. Seuss Enterprises — the firm charged with preserving and protecting the beloved author’s legacy — told the Associated Press that it decided to scrap the books because they “portray people in […]

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Andrew Cuomo accused of making unwanted advances at wedding

Andrew Cuomo accused of making unwanted advances at wedding

on March 2, 2021, 6:51 AM / in State News

By Elizabeth Rosner and Tamar Lapin  | New York Post A third woman came forward on Monday to accuse New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo of inappropriate sexual behavior, saying he grabbed and kissed her at a 2019 wedding. Anna Ruch, 33, told The New York Times that the 63-year-old governor made unwanted advances toward her and planted an unsolicited kiss on her cheek at the […]

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Safe and Still

on March 2, 2021, 6:26 AM / in Religion

Whoever dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow of the Almighty. Psalm 91:1 As a full-of-energy preschooler, my son Xavier avoided afternoon quiet time. Being still often resulted in an unwanted, though much-needed, nap. So, he’d wiggle in his seat, slide off the sofa, scoot across the hardwood floor, and even roll across the […]

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Texas Justice of the Peace Among Four Arrested in Election Fraud Investigation

Texas Justice of the Peace Among Four Arrested in Election Fraud Investigation

on March 2, 2021, 6:21 AM / in State News

by James Murphy |  Last month, four people, including Medina County Justice of the Peace Tomas Ramirez, were arrested and accused of 150 counts of voter/election fraud, which date back to the 2018 Medina County Primary Election. Also arrested were Leonor Rivas Garza, Eva Ann Martinez, and Mary Balderrama. All were arrested in connection with alleged ballot harvesting at assisted […]

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Major Spike in Business Bankruptcies Due to COVID Lockdowns

Major Spike in Business Bankruptcies Due to COVID Lockdowns

on March 2, 2021, 6:17 AM / in National News

by C. Mitchell Shaw Almost a year after governments at all levels used COVID-19 as a pretext for forced quarantines for the non-sick, causing many businesses to fail, those that survived on loans are now declaring bankruptcy at an all-time high. Court records show that Chapter 11 filings were up nearly 20 percent in 2020 compared with 2019. Well, we all […]

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March 2nd in History

March 2nd in History

on March 2, 2021, 6:00 AM / in History

March 2 is the 61st day of the year (62nd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. There are 304 days remaining until the end of the year. Holidays Christian Feast Day: Agnes of Bohemia Blessed Charles the Good, Count of Flanders Chad of Mercia (Church of England) March 2 (Eastern Orthodox liturgics) Feast of ‘Alá (Loftiness), First day of […]

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Hecklers and Hypocrites

on March 2, 2021, 6:00 AM / in History, Opinion

By Mike Adams   |    TownHall Recently, a professor of history at City University of New York (CUNY) objected to my support for specific provisions of North Carolina’s HB527, which allow student hecklers who disrupt campus speeches to be subjected to campus disciplinary procedures. After he shared one of my remarks on Twitter, many of his followers made accusations of […]

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History of Opiates

on March 2, 2021, 6:00 AM / in History

Opiates, originally derived from the opium poppy, have been used for thousands of years for both recreational and medicinal purposes. The most active substance in opium is morphine—named after Morpheus, the Greek god of dreams. Morphine is a very powerful painkiller, but it is also very addictive. In the sixteenth century, laudanum, opium prepared in an alcoholic solution, was used […]

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