Author: slstaff

If the Title 42 legal barrier were to be removed in late December, as reported by CNN, the border agency run by President Joe Biden would be flooded with between 9,000 and 14,000 economic migrants daily. More individuals move to the United States each year than were born in the country. This number is around 4.5 million. Nearly 2 million illegal immigrants enter the United States annually for employment. That is, it does not include visitors, legal workers, or people in the nation temporarily on a visa of any kind. Nearly 400,000 babies born in the United States in 2023…

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Worried parents have sued the Ohio Bethel City School District over its policy of allowing transgender children to use the locker rooms and toilets that correspond with their gender identification rather than their biological sex. The lawsuit states that this restricts some children’s access to the school’s facilities. Many Christian and Muslim parents have raised concerns that the program is violating their constitutional and legal rights. The Supreme Court has regularly upheld parents’ rights to make choices about their children’s health care, religious upbringing, and formal schooling. According to the lawsuit, the Board “refuses to answer important questions…

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The Senate Agriculture Committee discussed the recent closure of the FTX bitcoin exchange on Thursday. Sam Bankman-Fried, the company’s former chief executive officer, has been accused of meeting with a crucial regulator too frequently. It has been theorized that Bankman-ex-lover Fried’s Caroline Ellison had a role in the recent bankruptcy filing of FTX by using client funds from FTX to execute trades at her trading business. The Digital Commodities Consumer Protection Act will be the guiding law for the Bitcoin market, limiting the impact of any conflicts of interest and bolstering existing protections for bitcoin investors. At a hearing covered…

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The increasing cost of food has become a struggle for many Americans. Several people are finding it difficult to afford the cost of groceries, which is considered a basic need. Luckily, there are assistance programs out there that can help. Although you may be unaware of this, the government offers a variety of food assistance programs! Available Food Assistance Programs Food is necessary for survival and everyone’s needs are different. As a result, there are many food assistance programs, each of which focuses on helping people depending on their needs. Among the most well-known programs are: The Emergency Food Assistance…

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Authorities see it as a waste of resources to deny degrees to qualified Naval Academy alums. Certain Republicans in Congress have accused the United States Naval Academy (USNA) of bias against new midshipmen who decline COVID immunization due to religious conviction. Florida Republican Rep. Greg Steube led a group of lawmakers in a letter to Navy Vice Adm. Sean Buck on Tuesday, arguing that the decision not to award diplomas to qualified midshipmen would be a waste of the country’s four-year investment in those people and would harm military readiness at a time when all branches of the military are…

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Washington, DC, is the nation’s capital. On Tuesday, attorneys for the Biden administration claimed in court that individual states lack the authority to challenge federal immigration policy. Both Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and Louisiana Governor Jeff Landry has sued the United States government over immigration policies enacted during the Biden administration, arguing that “enforcement guidelines” issued by the Department of Justice and the Department of Homeland Security were drafted and put into effect unlawfully. 5 U.S.C. 706(2)(A) authorizes a judge to “hold unlawful and set aside” (vacate) a government decision that is “arbitrary, capricious, or otherwise not in conformity…

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Even though it employs violent, convicted felons, JetBlue is criticized for not hiring unvaccinated pilots. A “pilot trainee” named John Perrys joined the crew in July 2022, eight years after being freed from jail for breaking into a judge’s home and brutally abusing the judge’s daughter, with whom he had been previously betrothed. Fox News Luke Rosiak described investigator John Perrys of DW as claiming, “John Perrys committed a horrific crime; he invaded a judge’s home and brutally battered the judge’s daughter in the shower with a metal baton; she fled the property bruised and nude.” Worryingly, a shovel was…

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On Tuesday, Elon Musk, the CEO of Twitter, said that he had been the victim of a “planned attempt” by many prominent Democrats. Rather than being “directors or script writers,” he said, they are “actors on the political stage.” Musk hit back at a piece that said he became involved in politics out of anger in response to Democrats’ criticism. Before “Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren started criticizing him for no reason,” Elon “wasn’t highly political on Twitter,” the account said. Others eventually joined them after waiting for a while. They voted for the person they thought would have been…

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Half of the respondents voiced concern about ‘woke’ policies and procedures in the armed forces. Fox News has received an exclusive survey showing that most Americans are concerned that the United States Armed Forces are becoming too political. A Reagan National Defense Forum study found that 62% of respondents were worried about politicization. This was an opinion held equally by Republicans and Democrats alike. Concern regarding “woke” activities in the military were voiced by half of the respondents (mainly Republicans), and almost half of respondents (46%) indicated that having so-called far-right or extreme persons in the armed forces made them…

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Joe Biden’s border director coordinates with Mexican migrant advocacy organizations to bring in undocumented workers and refugees. The chief of Mexico’s border patrol, Alejandro Mayorkas, has given progressive groups permission to assist migrants in submitting online legal applications for “immigration parole.” Most applications are accepted almost instantly, allowing destitute migrants to enter the United States through legal “Ports of Entry” without paying the border taxes demanded by the cartels. Even though millions of Americans are unemployed and living in poverty, economic migrants may be granted preferential access to employment and homes that the United States desperately needs. In extreme instances,…

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There will either be a major revelation about Donald Trump’s tax returns or a great, deafening quiet that would stop numerous negative articles and rumors regarding the former president’s alleged improper behavior. The media and the Democratic Party have been fixated for months on Trump’s tax returns, which the Democrats have now obtained. To liberals’ minds, these bank records must include evidence of criminal behavior. Trump has resisted court pressure to reveal these documents with vigor, but his final ditch effort at the Supreme Court level failed (via NBC News): After a lengthy legal battle, a House committee chaired by…

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On Wednesday, the House Democrats elected Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY), who has often labeled conservatives as racists, to replace Nancy Pelosi, who had headed the party for decades and served as speaker while her party was in the majority. Representative Dan Crenshaw (R-TX) responded to Jeffries’ radical rhetoric by saying, “If this isn’t proof that the Democrat Party has entirely gone from American ideals of neutrally applied justice and the right of self-defense, then I don’t know what is.” Among many such examples, consider Jeffries’ statement that we should “Lock him up and toss away the key” about Kyle Rittenhouse. In…

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Conservative Republicans have warned of a “doomsday scenario” in which Democrats undermine GOP control if House GOP leader Kevin McCarthy, the Republican frontrunner for Speaker of the House, loses the speakership election on the floor of the House on January 3, 2023. Fears have been raised that the so-called moderate or establishment Republicans, following the election of a moderate Republican as a Speaker with Democratic votes, will collaborate with the incoming Democrat minority to alter House rules in a way that gives the incoming Democrat minority significant control over how subpoenas can be issued. Rep.-elects Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) and…

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It has been claimed that former DHS secretary Alejandro Mayorkas tried to get ICE to halt the deportation of millions of illegal immigrants. Texas AG Ken Paxton and Louisiana AG Jeff Landry, Republicans, will argue before the Supreme Court today that DHS’s holding of illegal immigrants in indefinite custody without due process violates the law. Allegations in the case include a felony committed by Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas when he approved a document limiting ICE’s power to deport illegal immigrants. DHS lacks “the capacity to arrest and seek the deportation of all of these noncitizens,” Mayorkas said in a…

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According to a statement sent by his chief of staff, Tara Rountree, Rep. Donald McEachin (D-WV) passed suddenly on Monday from “secondary complications of his colon cancer from 2013.” In a recent election, McEachin was re-elected to his position. The 61-year-old has represented Virginia’s 4th Congressional District since 2017. Rountree has acknowledged the staff’s sorrow and sadness at the sudden demise of Congressman Donald McEachin, who was well-liked and regarded by his colleagues. It’s been over five years since he was diagnosed with colon cancer, and we’ve seen him fight bravely against the repercussions of that diagnosis. Virginia’s 4th CD…

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