Archive for November 1st, 2022

Stinchfield podcast on J6 Videos with Gary McBride

on November 1, 2022, 7:50 AM / in Opinion

I watched Stinchfield this morning and he had a GREAT guest on about the FILM from the J6 incident. https://rumble.com/GrantStinchfield   His guest was Gary McBride who has gone thru thousands of hours of video on the J6 event- https://m5newsgate.com   Towards the end of the podcast it was revealed that McBride lives in Decatur TX –  where I  lived […]

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Washington state’s COVID-19 state of emergency ends Monday; 2022 fire season burns fewer acres than recent years, Washington fire officials say

Washington state’s COVID-19 state of emergency ends Monday; 2022 fire season burns fewer acres than recent years, Washington fire officials say

on November 1, 2022, 7:44 AM / in State News

ABORTION Legal abortions fell around 6% in two months after end of Roe (The New York Times/The Seattle Times) AGRICULTURE & WATER While dry to start the new water year, things have improved (Pacific Northwest Ag Network) WSDA awards $8M to improve fairgrounds statewide (Pacific Northwest Ag Network) BUSINESS, ECONOMY & LABOR Your paycheck next year will be affected by […]

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POLITICO AWARDS PUTIN TOP SPOT ON THEIR GREEN 28 LIST

POLITICO AWARDS PUTIN TOP SPOT ON THEIR GREEN 28 LIST

on November 1, 2022, 7:43 AM / in Opinion

POLITICO just released their inaugural Green 28 list. Vladimir Putin was awarded the top spot. Am I alone in crazytown? POLITICO just released their inaugural Green 28 list. This list is constructed to rank the 28 individuals with the most influence on the European Union’s sustainability, environmental, mobility, climate and energy policies. Vladimir Putin was awarded the top spot on […]

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Student Loan Forgiveness Application Costs $100 Million

Student Loan Forgiveness Application Costs $100 Million

on November 1, 2022, 7:37 AM / in National News

Student loan forgiveness application/website will cost an estimated $100 million a year to maintain. While the incredible costs of the Biden administration’s federal student loan forgiveness plan are widely known, yet another expense of the program is stirring controversy: maintaining the online application for loan forgiveness is expected to cost nearly $100 million annually. This latest expense—not included in the Congressional Budget […]

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Former School Board Member and Bredesen Advisor Climbs Back in the Ring with New Advocacy Group

Former School Board Member and Bredesen Advisor Climbs Back in the Ring with New Advocacy Group

on November 1, 2022, 7:35 AM / in State News

by T C Webster | Tennessee Star During his tenure on the MNPS School Board, former Bredesen advisor Will Pinkston worked with a laser-like focus to prevent the growth of charter schools in Tennessee. Though he is no longer a board member, he is leading a new effort to continue that fight by drawing attention to the financial cost charter schools […]

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School News…..

School News…..

on November 1, 2022, 7:30 AM / in Bedtime Stories
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McNally PAC’s interim filing kept in separate list from other last-minute disclosures

McNally PAC’s interim filing kept in separate list from other last-minute disclosures

on November 1, 2022, 7:28 AM / in State News

By Erik Schelzig |  TNJ Under new campaign finance rules adopted earlier this year, candidates for state and local office now have to disclose major contributions and expenditures coming in the final days of an election. As reported in The Tennessee Journal on Friday, about a half-million dollars of last-minute expenditures were reported in advance of the Aug. 4 primary, but about the […]

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Yes, Tennessee is involved in Green with your money

on November 1, 2022, 7:25 AM / in State News

The latest broadcast from TREEDC Happy Fall Season! Our annual TREEDC (www.treedc.us) conference will be held at Tennessee Tech University on December 1, 2022 at 37 Cedar Restaurant in Cookeville. The conference will start at 2pm with an Upper Cumberland round table on flood mitigation with Pew Charitable Trusts and Cooley Public Strategies. Presentations will be given regarding local government opportunities in clean […]

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Powell vs. the Overcorrection Crowd

Powell vs. the Overcorrection Crowd

on November 1, 2022, 7:18 AM / in National News

Team transitory is gone. Meet team “overcorrection.” Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell has been challenged by a number of well-known economists who have called on the central bank to relax in its fight against inflation. For example, Jeremy Siegel, the Russell E. Palmer Professor of Finance at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, said recently that he would give the […]

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SKY-HIGH EARNINGS

on November 1, 2022, 7:15 AM / in National News

ExxonMobil on Friday morning reported its highest earnings ever at $19.7 billion for the quarter, while Shell reported its second highest of $9.5 billion. ExxonMobil’s quarterly profits surpassed the second quarter’s $17.9 billion, beating analyst projections by about $4 billion. The company said on an earnings call that its profits were boosted by record levels of Permian Basin oil and […]

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Biden threatens ‘higher tax’ for oil companies

on November 1, 2022, 7:13 AM / in National News

President Biden on Monday warned that oil companies would face a “higher tax” on their excess profits if they don’t reinvest in increasing production to bring down prices at the pump. “They have a responsibility to act in the interest of their consumers, their community and their country, to invest in America by increasing production and refining capacity,” Biden said […]

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What Going on In Washington today

on November 1, 2022, 7:10 AM / in National News

The Naval Submarine League will hold its 2022 symposium on “Expanding the Reach of the Undersea Force,” with Joint Chiefs of Staff Vice Chairman Adm. Christopher Grady, Naval Reactors Director Adm. Frank Caldwell, and Submarine Force Commander Vice Adm. Bill Houston, at 8:15 a.m. The Brookings Institution will hold a virtual discussion on “Terminator on the battlefield: Emerging and evolving tech in […]

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Republicans Enter Final Stretch Acutely Aware They Must Deliver Big After Election Day

on November 1, 2022, 7:03 AM / in Opinion

Arizona Sun Times by John Solomon Buoyed by rising popularity in the polls, Republican candidates for Congress are acutely aware their easiest job right now may be winning the midterm elections and that the harder work will be delivering afterwards — with Democrat Joe Biden still in the White House — on voters’ high expectations for fixing inflation, crime, insecure […]

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Tucker Sounds Alarm: Everything to STOP by Thanksgiving

on November 1, 2022, 7:00 AM / in Opinion

Please listen to Tucker Carlson and be ready for what is to come. https://fearless.report/Dmd4KK This is NOT some conspiracy theory. Please listen to Tucker Carlson on Fox News, Mike Adams, and many others warning of supply chains coming to a complete halt in 25;days. Think about this – no trucks delivering groceries, toiletries, drugs, supplies, gasoline. No school buses. No trains, barges […]

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‘The Cart Before the Horse’: Metro Council Member Courtney Johnston on Approval of the Stadium Term Sheet

‘The Cart Before the Horse’: Metro Council Member Courtney Johnston on Approval of the Stadium Term Sheet

on November 1, 2022, 6:58 AM / in State News

By Laura Baigert |  Tennessee Star Metro Council Member Courtney Johnston (District 26) says that the recent request by the mayor’s office that the city’s legislative body approve the stadium term sheet between Metro Nashville and the Tennessee Titans is a matter of “the cart before the horse.” Johnston initially made the point during the October 26 meeting of the East Bank […]

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Migos rapper Takeoff is reportedly dead at 28, shot in Houston

on November 1, 2022, 6:50 AM / in State News

By Riley Cardoza  |  Page Six Migos member Takeoff is reportedly dead at age 28. The rapper was shot and killed at a Texas bowling alley early Tuesday morning during a dice game, according to TMZ. At 2:40 a.m., cops reportedly got the call for a man shot at 810 Billiards & Bowling Houston following an altercation. The individual was pronounced dead at […]

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Up to 14 Injured in Chicago Mass Shooting, Youngest Victim Just 3 Years Old: Police

on November 1, 2022, 6:43 AM / in State News

By Mimi Nguyen Ly | Epoch Times Up to 14 people have been shot and injured in a mass shooting in Chicago’s west side late Monday, including three children, according to the Chicago Police Department. Chicago police Supt. David Brown told a press conference late Monday that the shooting occurred around 9:30 p.m. in Lawndale at California Avenue and Polk Street. “They’re all in […]

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Trump Responds to Attack Targeting Paul Pelosi

Trump Responds to Attack Targeting Paul Pelosi

on November 1, 2022, 6:40 AM / in National News

By Jack Phillips | Epoch Times Former President Donald Trump on Sunday responded to the alleged attack against House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s (D-Calif.) husband Paul Pelosi by saying it’s a “terrible thing” that happened. The 45th president tied the attack, which occurred early Friday morning, at Pelosi’s home to Democrat policies around crime. “These people are crazy. They’re going to release stone-cold killers out […]

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Document Reveals New Detail About Paul Pelosi Attacker—It’s Shocking

Document Reveals New Detail About Paul Pelosi Attacker—It’s Shocking

on November 1, 2022, 6:37 AM / in National News

Paul Pelosi’s attacker intended to kidnap U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), according to a new summary of his comments to police after being arrested. David DePape, the alleged attacker, told San Francisco police officers that he was going to hold Nancy Pelosi and speak with her, according to the summary, which was contained in an FBI affidavit supporting federal charges against DePape. “If Nancy […]

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‘The View’ Uses Children to Make a Political Statement About Trump During Halloween Show

on November 1, 2022, 6:33 AM / in National News

By Leah Barkoukis | TownHall “The View” was criticized Monday for its Halloween special featuring children dressed in costumes relating to the raid on Mar-a-Lago. Two children dressed as FBI agents walked out with another boy wearing a toilet outfit that contained flushed documents with a “SECRET” label over it. He also donned a wig resembling former President Trump’s hair. […]

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