Author: slstaff

Media trade publication Radio & TV Business Report has conceded defeat on the Journalism Competition and Preservation Act (JCPA), meaning that the gravy train for the corporate establishment media will not be enacted in this session. Without the JCPA provision in the omnibus measure, R&TVBR predicted, “legislation would likely not be taken during this Congressional session.” A Washington source quoted the trade publication as saying that the JCPA’s chances of approval were “all but dead” unless it was attached to a larger package. If the JCPA had been approved, the media business would have received corporate assistance. The plan would…

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When confronted with mountains of evidence demonstrating that the FBI was operating a complicated campaign to influence public opinion, the only way out was to paint the whole thing as a conspiracy and hope that no one would notice. Except that it isn’t, and even liberal authors have pointed out the repulsive character of this operation; for example, former Rolling Stone contributing editor Matt Taibbi has appropriately described the FBI’s connection with Twitter as “master-canine.” Eighty agents were explicitly assigned to this mission to monitor social media for anything that may be used to discredit Joe Biden and the Democrats.…

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Sam Bankman-Fried, the disgraced founder of FTX, was detained by U.S. officials on Wednesday for alleged crimes connected to the company’s downfall. The Wall Street Journal reports that Bankman-Fried was flown to New York City via helicopter to appear before the United States Department of Justice’s Southern District of New York on the accusations. Bankman-Fried and a group of inexperienced employees ran FTX and its sister company, Alameda Research, from a luxurious condominium in the Bahamas. The company voluntarily filed for bankruptcy protection last month after consumers discovered this. U.S. securities regulators and federal law enforcement officials arrested the disgraced…

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On Thursday, the Senate voted 68 to 29 to approve a $1.7 trillion spending bill. 19 Democrats and 18 Republicans supported the enormous omnibus bill. Congress is working feverishly to pass the measure and bring it to Vice President Joe Biden before Friday when the government would run out of money unless the bill is reauthorized. Lawmakers enacted a continuing resolution last week to keep the government open until the day before Christmas Eve. Missouri Senator Roy Blunt, Arkansas Senator John Boozman, West Virginia Senator Shelley Moore Capito, Maine Senator Susan Collins, Texas Senator John Cornyn, Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton,…

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The movie “The Fight of His Life” will be out next month. A new book describing President Biden’s first years in the office claims that he was enraged by the border problem and said many obscenities as increasingly illegal immigrants flooded the already overburdened southern border. According to Chris Whipple’s “The Fight of His Life: Inside Joe Biden’s White House,” Biden was enraged in 2021 as his government tried to stem the flow of migrants across the border amid an unprecedented surge and mounting criticism. “Meanwhile, more and more people crossed the border illegally. Moreover, Biden was enraged, “the text…

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On Thursday, ten senators from the establishment voted to defeat Sen. Mike Lee’s (R-UT) Title 42 amendment, paving the way for the $1.7 trillion omnibus measure to move forward in the Senate and giving political protection for 2024 vulnerable Democrat senators. On Thursday morning, Senators Chuck Schumer (D-NY), Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ), and Jon Tester (D-MT) worked together to develop a companion amendment to Lee’s Title 42 amendment, which was preventing the approval of the omnibus package. Lee’s Title 42 amendment made DHS funding contingent on the Biden administration’s preservation of Title 42. The present administration of Vice President Joe Biden…

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It’s only human to want to scream, “Enough now!” in this situation. The Fraternal Order of Police has released a statement calling the killing of police officers in 2022 “beyond horrible.” This is described as a “stain on our society” in the most recent FOP report. Three hundred twenty-three police officers were shot in 2022, an increase of 7% from the same time in 2020 and 13% from 2019. The Fraternal Order of Police has said as much (FOP). A shocking sixty police officers have been killed on the job since the new year began. This figure is a 28…

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In his latest effort to express support for Ukraine in the wake of Russia’s incursion, President Joe Biden will meet with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Wednesday. Reports surfaced on Tuesday that President Zelensky will fly to Washington, DC, to personally push for sustained support for his nation on Capitol Hill. The president’s official itinerary remains vacant. (UPDATE: As of Wednesday at 1:00 a.m. EST, Zelensky has personally confirmed the news of his travel. As approved by the White House, there will be a news conference with Biden and Zelensky on Wednesday afternoon. According to rumors, Ukrainian President Zelensky is…

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The DEA claims they have already confiscated enough fentanyl this year to kill every American. There are only two weeks left in the calendar year 2022. Still, the DEA said in a press statement on Tuesday that it had confiscated more than 10,000 pounds of fentanyl powder and 50,6 million counterfeit prescription tablets laced with fentanyl. So far this year, more than 379 million fatal doses of fentanyl have been produced; that is more than enough to kill every person in the United States. According to the Census Bureau, 333,000,000 people are living in the USA. The Drug Enforcement Administration’s…

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Biden has recommended providing Ukraine an extra $2 billion in military help. On the same day that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy goes to the United States to address Congress in Washington, DC, the Obama administration will ship Patriot missiles to Ukraine for the first time. According to Axios, President Joe Biden will unveil a $2 billion security aid plan for Ukraine that would include the transfer of Patriot missiles, the country’s most modern air defense system. Zelenskyy has not left Ukraine since the Russian invasion in February. Recently, he traveled to the nation’s capital. $65 billion in aid has been…

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Former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) compared the speech made by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to the call to war made by former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill in 1941. Wednesday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi issued a letter to her colleagues in the House expressing her “great satisfaction and solemnity” at Zelensky’s statement to a Joint Congress Meeting. In his “personal remark,” the outgoing speaker compared Zelensky’s visit to Congress to Churchill’s historic wartime proclamation to a quorum of Congress on the day after Christmas in 1941: Feel free to peruse the invitation letter I extended to President Zelenskyy if…

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According to Twitter’s internal archives, the FBI has previously collaborated with the Twitter staff to monitor and report suspicious accounts and material. According to the FBI’s response to Twitter Files, the bureau routinely notifies Twitter staff about accounts that “may” violate the platform’s rules. According to the FBI sources quoted by Fox News, the bureau did not tell Twitter workers to “take action” based on the supplied evidence but instead offered it so that the employees could make their judgment. The FBI has released a statement saying, “We are releasing it so that they may take whatever action they consider…

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Perhaps Mike Pence is using this as an opportunity to demonstrate that he is not a full-on anti-Trump Republican, but there is also a dash of worry trolling somewhere. The former vice president gave his thoughts on the four alleged accusations against Donald Trump for his behavior on the day of the Capitol Building incident, which were included in the criminal referrals agreed on by the House Select Committee on January 6. Even though it’s all political drama, the Democrats and RINO Republicans’ fixation on the ex-president is becoming increasingly unpleasant. Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) is our party’s most irritating…

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Members of Congress August Pfluger and Elise Stefanik said they have never been more skeptical of the CDC. After eliminating statistics on defensive gun usage from its website at the request of gun control proponents, Republican legislators are now requesting that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) restore the information. Fox News Digital has received a copy of a letter issued to CDC director Rochelle Walensky on Monday by Representatives August Pfluger (R-Texas) and Elise Stefanik (R-New York) asking for an explanation for the agency’s decision to scrub the data. After a series of meetings in 2021 with…

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The $1.7 trillion, the 4,155-page omnibus budget package, was presented by House appropriators early Tuesday morning (about 1:30 am ET), allowing legislators plenty of time to evaluate it before the government shutdown on Friday. The plan would increase defense expenditure by $76 billion, to a total of $858 billion, and fund the government through September 2023. The sum of $773 billion stays within the borders of the United States. Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky), the minority leader in the Senate, sees the more significant rise in defense expenditure compared to domestic spending as a success for the GOP. Conservatives blocked the Democrats’…

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