Archive for September 14th, 2021

Byron York’s Daily Memo: George W. Bush’s dreadful 9/11 speech

on September 14, 2021, 9:33 AM / in Opinion

HT to Bill Welcome to Byron York’s Daily Memo newsletter. GEORGE W. BUSH’S DREADFUL 9/11 SPEECH. President Joe Biden was silent during Saturday’s 9/11 commemoration events. So were former Presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton. Former President Donald Trump visited a New York City police precinct and fire station, where he made a few impromptu remarks. The only president who delivered a formal […]

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Texas Discovers How to Purge Progressives

on September 14, 2021, 9:28 AM / in Opinion

The great state of Texas has found a way to get rid of its progressives. You know, a lot of Democrats got really excited in 2020. They thought that Texas was going to swing to the left and elect Joe Biden. In fact, the Biden team poured money into Texas. Texas became, for the Democrats, what California used to be […]

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Hospital administrators CAUGHT ON CAMERA scheming to fabricate covid numbers and SCARE the public

on September 14, 2021, 9:20 AM / in State News

Listening to Mike Adams (The Health Ranger) talk about the mandates and the possibility of a push by the Democrats to get folks so angry they take to the streets – providing the **government** the reason to call for Martial Law.   Situation Update, Sep 13th, 2021 – Hospital administrators CAUGHT ON CAMERA scheming to fabricate covid numbers and SCARE […]

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Departing FDA leaders join other experts to rebuff Biden booster plan

on September 14, 2021, 9:16 AM / in National News

Original Post The Hill We now have a pretty good idea what led two leading FDA vaccine regulators to announce their retirement. Marion Gruber and Phil Krause, two longtime FDA officials who have been leading the agency’s review of COVID-19 vaccine applications, were among the co-authors of a paper in medical journal The Lancet published Monday that threw cold water […]

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What to Expect When You Are Expecting Expectations

on September 14, 2021, 9:14 AM / in National News

In the prevailing theory of inflation among Federal Reserve officials, inflation expectations matter a great deal. They believe that inflation expectations powerfully influence both where inflation is now and where it is going. If inflation expectations are “well-anchored” at the correct level, inflation will stay around that level. If they become unanchored, we might have a problem. The problem, of […]

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Federal Judge: Roe v. Wade is Wrong, There’s No Right to Abortion in the Constitution

Federal Judge: Roe v. Wade is Wrong, There’s No Right to Abortion in the Constitution

on September 14, 2021, 9:12 AM / in National News

By Micaiah Bilger | LifeNews A federal judge just gave a big failing grade to the argument that abortion is a U.S. Constitutional right. Judge Amul Thapar, a justice on the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, published an opinion Friday arguing that the so-called “right to abortion” and the cases that it is based on, Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey, […]

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Washington troopers and public employees file lawsuit to overturn Gov. Inslee’s vaccine mandate

Washington troopers and public employees file lawsuit to overturn Gov. Inslee’s vaccine mandate

on September 14, 2021, 9:08 AM / in State News

by Austin Jenkins | KUOW More than 90 state troopers, correctional officers, ferry workers, city firefighters and other public sector employees in Washington state have filed a lawsuit in an attempt to overturn Gov. Jay Inslee’s requirement that they get vaccinated against Covid-19, or lose their jobs. The lawsuit, filed Friday in Walla Walla County Superior Court by the Seattle law […]

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The Supreme Court Said Vaccine Mandates Were Constitutional, But Not the Way Biden is Doing It.

on September 14, 2021, 9:06 AM / in Opinion

By Erick-Woods Erickson  Facts really do matter. A lot of people trying to prop up Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate are being very, very loose with the facts in order to justify what Biden is doing. They are relying on Jacobson v. Massachusetts, 197 U.S. 11 (1905), a Supreme Court case that upheld a vaccine mandate for smallpox. It is true. […]

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The Memo: California recall exposes the limit of Trump’s GOP

on September 14, 2021, 9:03 AM / in State News

BY NIALL STANAGE | THE HILL Barring a major surprise, California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) will bat back a recall effort on Tuesday.  Two recent polls have shown around 60 percent of California voters favor keeping Newsom in office. It’s a noticeable shift in a race that appeared much closer at the height of summer.  Newsom is spending lavishly on ads to juice […]

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Jury seated in Democratic Sen. Robinson’s fraud trial

Jury seated in Democratic Sen. Robinson’s fraud trial

on September 14, 2021, 8:56 AM / in State News

By Erik Schelzig | TNJ A jury has been seated in the federal fraud trial of state Sen. Katrina Robinson. The Memphis Democrat is charged with spending more than $600,000 in federal grant money meant for her nursing school on personal expenses. Opening statements are expected to take place on Tuesday. The trial could last more than three weeks. Students at Robinson’s […]

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Outside the Camp

Outside the Camp

on September 14, 2021, 8:51 AM / in Religion

Jesus also suffered outside the city gate to make the people holy through his own blood. Hebrews 13:12 Friday was market day in the rural town in Ghana where I grew up. After all these years, I still recall one particular vendor. Her fingers and toes eroded by Hansen’s disease (leprosy), she would crouch on her mat and scoop her […]

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How to Nullify COVID Vaccine Mandates

How to Nullify COVID Vaccine Mandates

on September 14, 2021, 8:45 AM / in National News

by Robert M. Owens, J.D. Michigan’s H.B. 4471, styled the “Informed Consent in the Workplace Act,” is a fine example of what states are doing to protect workers from vaccine mandates. Its passage, and the passage of similar measures across the nation, will require significant grassroots effort. The White House- and media-inspired crescendo of calls for employers to force vaccine mandates […]

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Local leaders discuss pandemic response, city’s future at Poli-Talk panel

Local leaders discuss pandemic response, city’s future at Poli-Talk panel

on September 14, 2021, 8:15 AM / in State News

Ricky Birchfield |  The All State Austin Peay’s President’s Emerging Leader Program hosted a Poli-Talk panel on Wednesday, Sept. 8. The panel featured Clarksville politicians and university officials who answered questions about the community and promoted civic engagement. Questions directed at the panel covered the effects of COVID-19 on the city, consequences of Clarksville’s growth, and the need for students […]

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Chattanooga, Tennessee Mayor Kelly appoints Mary Beth Ikard and Karitsa Mosley Jones to fill key vacancies in City Hall

Chattanooga, Tennessee Mayor Kelly appoints Mary Beth Ikard and Karitsa Mosley Jones to fill key vacancies in City Hall

on September 14, 2021, 8:10 AM / in State News

Chattanooga News Chronicle Chattanooga, Tenn. — Chattanooga Mayor Tim Kelly announces the appointment of Mary Beth Ikard — a veteran policy and public-relations practitioner for local, regional, and state government — as the city’s Director of Communications, effective today. Kelly also announces the appointment of Karitsa Mosley Jones, a member of the Hamilton County School Board, fellow at the city’s Office […]

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Former strip mine to become solar farm

Former strip mine to become solar farm

on September 14, 2021, 7:59 AM / in State News

By Joe Tennis |  Bristol Herald Courier  ABINGDON, Va. — Solar panels will soon stand on a former strip mine site along the Wise-Dickenson county border in Southwest Virginia. This energy engagement at Red Onion is part of a partnership between The Nature Conservancy and Dominion Energy Virginia. Officials announced the plan Monday in Abingdon, as a collaboration to develop […]

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Fairview man sentenced to 33 months in prison for fraud scheme that targeted Brentwood, Franklin businesses

on September 14, 2021, 7:49 AM / in State News

Courtesy of the Department of Justice A Fairview, Tennessee man was sentenced to 33 months in federal prison following his conviction on two counts of wire fraud and conspiracy to commit wire fraud in a scheme to defraud two hospital management companies. 43-year old Aaron James Hill was sentenced in July, and his co-defendant, 46-year-old Tyrone Floyd Berry, of Lawrenceburg, […]

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AOC, the Met Gala and the misery of fashion

AOC, the Met Gala and the misery of fashion

on September 14, 2021, 7:30 AM / in State News

You’ve probably already seen that Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez rocked up at the Met Gala – where individual tickets are $35,000 (£20,000) and tables start at $200,000 (£150,000) – wearing a white dress saying in big red letters TAX THE RICH. It’s what the Clash called ‘turning rebellion into money’. Not one dollar in tax from the rich is going to be […]

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Dreaming of Ruby Tuesday, Part 1

on September 14, 2021, 7:14 AM / in Bedtime Stories

Paul Rosenberg | freemansperspective.com Aria was girl of eight years, and she had a dog that she loved, named Ruby. For some reason her dad called the dog Ruby Tuesday, but that wasn’t her real name, which was just Ruby. One night, for no reason she could think of, Ruby started appearing in a series of Aria’s dreams. This had happened […]

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Paxton sues school districts for defying state mask mandate

Paxton sues school districts for defying state mask mandate

on September 14, 2021, 7:02 AM / in State News

Bethany Blankley | The Center Square Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has filed lawsuits against school districts that have defied Gov. Greg Abbott’s executive order prohibiting government entities, including public schools, from requiring indoor mask wearing. Abbott on July 29, 2021, amended the first executive order he issued March 13, 2020, related to the state of emergency over the coronavirus. […]

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Americans support governors’ revolt against federal vaccine mandate, poll shows

Americans support governors’ revolt against federal vaccine mandate, poll shows

on September 14, 2021, 6:56 AM / in National News

(The Center Square) – New polling shows that the majority of Americans do not approve of President Joe Biden’s new vaccine mandate. Biden announced the mandate last week, which includes requirements that any business with more than 100 employees ensure they are vaccinated or be tested weekly. Biden’s announcement included a range of other federal rules that are estimated to […]

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