Author: slstaff

Symposium attendees include President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine and controversial former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried. Some of “today’s most significant minds” will speak at a conference hosted by the New York Times, and anybody who wants to hear from them must apply for a speaking slot and pay $2,499. Contrary to the rest of the group, though, these two speakers appear to have a history together. Bankman-Fried has provided an excellent interview to Breitbart News, despite allegations that he mismanaged the assets of FTX customers that surfaced only last week. Bank man and bitcoin trader Fried allegedly filed for Chapter…

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Elon Musk, since becoming CEO of Twitter, has fired half the company’s employees and is now threatening the remaining workers with termination unless they abide by his demands. On Wednesday, he sent out an email ordering his employees to put in “long hours at high intensity” or face the consequences. The company’s leader considers these alterations essential to the company’s future growth and prosperity. If we want Twitter 2.0 to create waves and help us flourish in today’s competitive market, we’ll have to put in a lot of work. It takes a lot of effort over a long time period…

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This week, former president Barack Obama’s appointee to the federal bench, Judge Reed O’Connor, has come under fire for delaying implementation of a section of Florida law enacted by Republican governor Ron DeSantis to restrict “woke indoctrination” in public schools. Federal District Court Chief Judge Mark Walker ruled on Thursday that the “Stop Wrongs to Our Kids and Employees (W.O.K.E.) Act,” also known as the “Individual Freedom Act,” violates federal law. As a result of the judge’s ruling, the rule will not be implemented on university campuses at this time. According to Walker’s ruling, “the law legally bars the presentation…

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Democratic appointment of a special counsel was widely supported, but some Republicans felt it “militarized” the Justice Department (DOJ). Jack Smith, a former member of the Department of Justice, was named on Friday as a special counsel to investigate the handling of personal information by former President Trump and the events of January 6 and 7. The GOP has had a rough week. Senator Cruz’s concerns about having to appoint a special counsel to examine the Trump campaign began when Trump declared his third bid for the president. During his speech, Cruz reflected on the events of the previous three…

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Adam Frisch, the Democratic candidate for Colorado’s Third Congressional District, conceded to Republican incumbent Rep. Lauren Boebert (CO) on Friday morning. After it became evident that the contest would be heading for an automatic recount since the margin of defeat was fewer than 550 votes, the Democrats surrendered to Boebert. The campaign seemed to be going into a recount, and Frisch allegedly told reporters via video chat that he phoned the congresswoman to give his concession and that “the probability of this recount altering more than a couple of votes is very remote.” No, we are not asking for a…

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The World Economic Forum is not welcome in Florida, Governor Ron DeSantis has warned, because of the forum’s globalist goals that aim to undermine the sovereignty of nations and their states. As Klaus Schwab, founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum (WEF), said during the G20 Summit, “the world will look different once we have gone through this transition process,” this comment is in line with Schwab’s earlier remarks. At the same time, as Leah reported, President Joe Biden signed a statement of collaboration with the World Economic Forum (WEF) at the G20 to help bring about a…

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Elizabeth Holmes, a former biotech entrepreneur and media darling was given an 11-year prison sentence on Friday for defrauding investors with false claims that she had revolutionized blood testing. Officially, Holmes received 135 months in prison time for his role in running the fraudulent biotechnology company Theranos. The Justice Department had asked for a 15-year sentence for the disgraced founder and $800 million in restitution to be paid. Considering the scope of Holmes’ fraud, federal prosecutors argue that a sentence of 180 months in prison would be appropriate. This would serve as “just punishment” for Holmes’ crimes and serve as…

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The Republican Party has asserted that big IT companies aren’t doing enough to prevent the spread of illegal drugs on the internet. The Republican majority in the House of Representatives set out to do more for families and parents in 2019. After the Republicans take control of Congress in January, new House Energy and Commerce Committee chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers told Fox News Digital that the country’s largest internet businesses are in for a harsh awakening. McMorris Rodgers stated, “I have heard too many testimonials, first-hand experiences of parents who have lost their children to fentanyl because opiates acquired online.”…

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A lot of single mothers are unaware of how many support opportunities are out there to help them out. As a matter of fact, there are several support programs that specifically help single mothers with different kinds of issues. These support programs can come from the federal, state, or local government. Some of the benefits that single moms can find include child care, housing, medical bills, rent, utility bills, education, and so on. However, despite the fact that there are several different kinds of benefits out there that help single mothers, the funds can be limited. Which is why there…

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The far-left “Respect for Marriage Act” that mandates official recognition of interracial and gay weddings was passed and signed into law by a vote of 219 to 212. Overwhelmingly supported by Democrats and Republicans, the legislation received 62 affirmative votes in the Senate and 37 in the House. Once the kinks have been worked out, President Joe Biden will be provided the measure to sign into law. The White House supports this effort. Rob Portman of Ohio, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, Mitt Romney of Ohio, Dan Sullivan of Alaska, Thom Tillis of North Carolina, and Todd Young of Ohio are…

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Claims that Marc Elias, an attorney for the Democratic Party, sought to influence a recount appeared on December 6. The law professor at GW, Jonathan Turley, said that Elias “played a crucial role in distorting statements made to the media and Congress on the Steele dossier,” aiding in the propagation of the Russiagate hoax. Elias has formed “Democracy Docket” to continue using the legal system to influence or hurt elections, despite having been sanctioned by courts for his activities and having failed horribly in his attempt to challenge Glenn Youngkin on behalf of Terry McAuliffe in Virginia’s 2021 election. On…

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Since the missile that landed in Poland probably did not come from Russia, NATO determined that Ukraine was not to blame. After Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said on Thursday that a Ukrainian missile was not to blame for the “explosion” that killed two people in Poland, President Joe Biden strongly disagreed. Just after 12:30 a.m., on the South Lawn of the U.S. Capitol, Biden told reporters, “That’s not the evidence.” The “explosion” that killed two Poles in the town of Przewodow, some 30 miles from the Ukrainian border, was blamed on Ukraine’s air defense system, but on Wednesday, Zelenskyy rejected…

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Just days after Twitter’s CEO Elon Musk publicly mocked him, Massachusetts Democrat Sen. Ed Markey doubled down on his threat. As previously reported by Townhall, Markey authorized a Washington Post reporter to pose as him on the platform in order to draw attention to the flaws in the firm’s new premium service, which, among other things, grants $8 monthly subscribers a blue check mark. After firing off an angry letter demanding an explanation from the billionaire, Musk fired back with a few jabs of his own. The senator took offense and issued a threat in response. He’s increasing his bet.…

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Individuals who identify as transgender in San Francisco are invited to a monthly stimulation session. San Francisco Mayor London Breed said on Wednesday that applications for the city’s Guaranteed Income for Trans People (GIFT) program are now being accepted. This program, which would give 55 transgender city residents $1,200 a month for up to 18 months, is being run by the Transgender District, a section of the city set aside for transgender persons. The full participation of transgender individuals in society is intended as one of the outcomes of this move. According to the project’s website, Guaranteed Income for Transgender…

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Attorneys general from twenty-two different states has asked the Biden administration to rescind the requirement that all healthcare workers acquire the COVID-19 vaccination. Twenty-two state attorneys general have written to the Biden administration, claiming that the federal government’s “draconian vaccination duty” is to blame for a severe lack of healthcare personnel. The Republican attorneys general of twenty-two states, led by Montana’s AG Austin Knudsen, have petitioned HHS and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid to rescind the intermediate final rule (IFR) that authorized the federal requirement that has been in effect since November 2021. The petition was made available exclusively…

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