Archive for August 7th, 2022

Senate Democrats kill off amendments as vote-a-rama goes all night

on August 7, 2022, 7:26 AM / in National News

BY ALEXANDER BOLTON  | THE HILL Senate Democrats are killing off amendments to their climate, tax and health bill as part of a marathon, around-the-clock series of votes known as a vote-a-rama that started after 11 p.m. Saturday night and will stretch toward midday Sunday. The Senate has not taken a break overnight, with senators from both parties mingling on the […]

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DeSantis Fires Soros Prosecutor in Third Major Blow for Communist Billionaire Subversive

DeSantis Fires Soros Prosecutor in Third Major Blow for Communist Billionaire Subversive

on August 7, 2022, 7:21 AM / in State News

by R. Cort Kirkwood Florida Governor Ron DeSantis struck another blow against the lunatic left when he exercised his power under the state constitution and fired an elected prosecutor funded by billionaire communist agitator George Soros. The Soros torpedo in this case is Andrew Warren, who, like Soros prosecutors elsewhere, does not enforce laws he doesn’t like. The move is another […]

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Senate Parliamentarian Approves Parts of Senate Democrat Bill, Strikes One Portion

on August 7, 2022, 7:09 AM / in National News

By Zachary Stieber | Epoch Times The Senate’s rules expert has approved provisions in a major bill Senate Democrats want to pass soon called the Inflation Reduction Act, according to top Democrats in the body. Parliamentarian Elizabeth MacDonough ruled that tax incentives for renewable energy and other related provisions can stand, Senate Finance Committee Chairman Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) said. “I’m especially pleased […]

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Meet Griffin

Meet Griffin

on August 7, 2022, 7:06 AM / in People

Meet Griffin Griffin’s military family has lived all over the world, but it was at St. Jude, where Griffin was treated for leukemia, that they learned the true meaning of home. Watch his video. Inside St. Jude Leadership and compassion on display in the next generation of St. Jude supporters It’s heartwarming to see kindness begin with this younger generation. Their empathy and compassion […]

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The U.S. May Already Be in a Recession: Will the Housing Market Collapse Again?

on August 7, 2022, 7:04 AM / in National News

 By Clare Trapasso | Realtor.com The economy is shrinking. Inflation is soaring, and the stock market is losing value. Searches for “Is the U.S. officially in a recession?” are now trending on Google. If the nation isn’t already in a recession, it might well be on the precipice of one. And it’s left those with PTSD from the Great Recession of the late aughts […]

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Harris, Dems push climate, energy, tax bill through initial Senate hurdle in 51-50 vote

Harris, Dems push climate, energy, tax bill through initial Senate hurdle in 51-50 vote

on August 7, 2022, 6:55 AM / in National News

The New York Post Senate Democrats cleared a major hurdle Saturday to pave the way to the passing of a massive $433 billion tax, healthcare and climate-change package. Vice President Kamala Harris served as the tiebreaker, joining Democrats to squeeze through the legislation in a 51-50 party lines vote that opened a debate on the bill. The vote put the […]

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New House Bill Seeks To Ban Large Variety Of Guns Passes

on August 7, 2022, 6:44 AM / in National News

Original Post A recent vote held in the House of Representatives ended along mostly partisan lines this past Friday as it sought to push through a ban against various semi-automatic firearms, but the bill is highly expected to fail in its trip through the Senate. The bill, labeled the “Assault Weapons Ban of 2022,” was officially let through with a […]

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The White House Catches Flak Over Horribly Weak Response To Threats From China Targeting American Politicians

on August 7, 2022, 6:41 AM / in National News

By Nathan “The Bull” G. | Steadfast and Loyal The White House found itself as the focal point for an extreme level of criticism this past Friday evening in the wake of its extremely weak response to the statements from communist China issuing threats against the U.S. of shooting down House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s (D-CA) plane if she tries to […]

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Hunter Biden attributes his penis obsession to ‘body dysmorphia’

on August 7, 2022, 6:31 AM / in National News

Hunter Biden said his obsession with naked selfies was a result of “body dysmorphia,” according to a rambling screed found in the notes of his hard drive. “I loved to be reassured that my 9-inch very big penis was actually big. It may sound funny to you but its [sic] body dysmorphia … I know my penis is almost twice […]

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Neighbor thought Anne Heche ‘was burned up and gone’ while trapped inside fiery car

Neighbor thought Anne Heche ‘was burned up and gone’ while trapped inside fiery car

on August 7, 2022, 6:28 AM / in State News

Anne Heche was literally going up in flames after crashing her blue Mini Cooper into a home in Los Angeles, a witness told The Post. “I was convinced she was burned up and gone,” David Manpearl, who lives nearby and was the first person on the scene, told The Post on Saturday. “I couldn’t imagine anyone surviving that.” Miraculously, Heche, 53, […]

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Software developer Robert Brockman dies amid tax evasion case

Software developer Robert Brockman dies amid tax evasion case

on August 7, 2022, 6:20 AM / in National News

A billionaire software developer who was fighting the biggest individual tax evasion case in US history died at his home in Houston Friday, according to reports. Robert Brockman, 81, a self-taught software entrepreneur who developed a system that helped car dealers run their operations virtually, had been fighting IRS allegations of money laundering and tax evasion worth more than $2 billion since […]

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Warnock pushes to close Medicaid coverage gap amid tough reelection battle

Warnock pushes to close Medicaid coverage gap amid tough reelection battle

on August 7, 2022, 6:14 AM / in National News

Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-Ga.) is making a last-ditch effort to add a provision providing health coverage in GOP-led states declining Medicaid expansion to Democrats’ sweeping package headed for a vote in the coming days. Warnock is making the push as he faces a tough reelection race in November and seeks to highlight an issue that could give him a leg up in […]

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The Justin Jones Affair: Part II A Muth’s Truths Special Report

The Justin Jones Affair: Part II A Muth’s Truths Special Report

on August 7, 2022, 6:00 AM / in Opinion

(Chuck Muth) – In Part I of “The Justin Jones Affair” I laid out the background on the war between developer Jim Rhodes and loud-mouthed opponents to his master-planned community on privately-owned land near the Red Rock National Conservation Area. At the end of the first part, I noted that legislative efforts to block the project were scuttled by the courts in 2010.  […]

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August 7th in History

August 7th in History

on August 7, 2022, 6:00 AM / in History

In 2007, The Jackson City Council voted (7-1) to donate $50,000.00 to the Jackson Humane Society’s Animal Shelter. The only strings attached: funding from all other sources must come first and that the old building revert to the city. The present building was placed on city property next to the Jones Creek Golf course. The council with the Mayor’s approval failed to accept my recommendation of a member of the Council be admitted to the voting board of the society. I voted no, of course I would have voted no anyway. Councilmen Randy Wallace and Danny Ellis will hopefully obtain what they want. There is no guarantee of the Society’s follow through on their action requests if there is no process to enforce.

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K-9 Recovering After Being Shot Multiple Times During Pursuit Near Jacksonville Zoo: ‘All Smiles’

on August 7, 2022, 5:54 AM / in State News

A K-9 officer is recovering and “all smiles” after suffering three gunshot wounds during a police pursuit near the Jacksonville Zoo on Friday. The K-9, Huk, was shot in “the neck, hind end, and the carpus (wrist)” and will require multiple surgeries but is currently “resting comfortably” on pain medication. First Coast Veterinary Specialists, P.A. provided an update on his recovery: Look […]

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This Old House

on August 7, 2022, 5:48 AM / in Opinion

This is the song that kept going thru my head during the night.    It fits right in with the way this old body I live in feels now.  I have to admit that I am looking forward to getting my NEW BODY as the pain and inability to do so many things is really getting to me.  I am […]

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