In this article 6758.T-JP Paul Simon performs onstage during The Nearness Of You Benefit Concert at Frederick P. Rose Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center on January 20, 2015 in New York City. Ilya S. Savenok | Getty Images Entertainment | Getty Images Sony Music Publishing announced Wednesday that it acquired Paul Simon’s entire song catalog,
Month: March 2021
Volkswagen has apologised for “any confusion”, admitting that an electric car PR stunt on Tuesday 30 March was an attempt at an April Fool’s Joke. News outlets globally, including Sky News, faithfully reported then how the company’s US operation planned to change its name to ‘Voltswagen of America’ from May. It has spent several years
New York Times columnist Tom Friedman wants President Joe Biden to stimulate the economy into such a sugar high that former President Donald Trump’s GOP won’t regain control of Washington. Friedman spewed in his absurd op-ed “The Biden Boom” that Biden has a “chance to supercharge the economy.” However, Friedman then spent eight paragraphs without
Live Life, Love Life March has been a wonderful month. Traveling. Socializing with friends and family. Out of the house a lot. HAVING FUN. You know, the thing that liberals hate us to have. There are so many things that liberals are wrong about that it would be impossible to list them here. One of
This reminds me of that Times op-ed from a few years ago by a Latino writer who concluded that he had to break up with his girlfriend because she was white. How can a man be happy, he wondered, when his progressive minority friends keep giving him the stink-eye for his miscegenation with an Oppressor?
President Joe Biden and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi celebrated the legacy of labor activist Cesar Chavez, a fierce critic of undocumented workers. Democrats celebrated Cesar Chavez as a “tireless” activist who helped improve the lives of working families across the country on Wednesday, a day which former President Barack Obama declared Cesar Chavez Day in 2014.
1. Catholic priest and six others killed in attack on church in Nigeria 2. New York Times: Suicide and Self-Harm: Bereaved Families Count the Costs of Lockdowns 3. Jillian Kay Melchior: Biden’s Border Crisis, Up Close President Biden has criticized Donald Trump’s immigration strategy as inhumane and vowed to treat migrants compassionately. Yet his policies
Democrat Rita Hart has withdrawn her request for the U.S. House of Representatives to toss out her narrow but certified loss to Republican Rep. Mariannette Miller-Meeks. What are the details? Hart lost by only six votes to Miller-Meeks in Iowa’s 2nd Congressional District race last November, and the state certified the election results. But the
Socialist firebrand Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) should have checked her own tweets before claiming that the use of the word “surge” is a white supremacist philosophy. Ocasio-Cortez went off on the use of the term when referring to the migrant crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border during an Instagram Live ask-me-anything session on Tuesday. The question
How smart does someone have to be to be a late night comedian? Obviously, not very. On Tuesday night’s episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live, Kimmel attempted to roast the sane people who think a vaccine passport is dumb and threw jabs at Donald Trump as well. The Daily Beast covered the segment called “Republicans’ Dumb
Every day in America, pregnant women sit in their doctors’ offices, waiting for scan results. These mothers—no matter their age, race, or economic backgrounds—all hope to hear the same news: that their baby is healthy and growing right on track. Hearing the all-clear, these moms can rejoice and continue with their medical appointments. However, for
Not all restrictions on the right to vote should be presumed illegitimate. Clear thinking is not enhanced by assailing any restriction of the voting franchise as “voter suppression.” Nor are regulations which have a so-called disparate impact on black Americans necessarily racist. Throughout American history urban political machines catering to rising groups in society have
Instagram has removed conservative political commentator Kaitlin Bennett’s iconic graduation photo from three years ago for “violence and incitement.” Meanwhile, the platform has allowed an endless stream of threats against the right-wing firebrand to continue for years. Apparently, Instagram believes that photos of you peacefully exercising your Second Amendment right are a crime. In their
Ed Bastian, CEO of Delta Air Lines, speaks at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nev., January 8, 2019. (Steve Marcus/Reuters) Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian on Wednesday called a new Georgia voting law “unacceptable” and “based on a lie” about widespread fraud in the 2020 election, according to a new report.
In this article PG GIS SJM KMB Huggies on display at an Albertson’s grocery store in Dallas, Texas. Jason Janik | Bloomberg | Getty Images Kimberly-Clark said Wednesday that it would hike prices on staples like Scott toilet paper and Huggies diapers, joining the growing list of consumer products companies that are raising prices. Higher
The Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine is safe and 100% effective in children as young as 12, its manufacturers have said. The two firms have carried out vaccine trials in the US on 12 to 15-year-olds, which they say were successful. A spokesperson said they will ask the US regulator to approve emergency authorisation of the jab
The libertine left and their publicists in the “objective media” have a funny way of writing on their lobbying campaigns against troubling traditions like the “gender binary.” It goes like this: 1. Push the revolution from the fringes by testing the supposedly outdated cultural boundaries – say, putting “trans women” in girls’ sports. 2.
Thanks to Joe Biden, Mexico could soon suffer collapse and become more of a failed state than it currently is. Mexico already struggles to battle the cartels that dominate the drug and human trafficking trades on its soil. Joe Biden’s policies are not helping. In fact, he’s delivering a financial shot in the arm to
Ted Cruz has continued conducting tours of border crossings and detention centers along the Texas border with Mexico this week and inviting the press to come along for the ride. The conditions he has been discovering are not promising. The number of illegal migrants, particularly children and families, streaming into the country continues to climb.
Recent reports suggesting that many hospitals have failed to comply with price transparency regulations finalized by the Trump Administration should not come as a surprise. In recent years, analysts on both the Left and the Right have expressed concern about consolidation within the hospital sector, and how hospitals’ lack of transparency and market power have
(MisterClips/Getty Images) In response to Walter Mitty Owners My friend Jay Nordlinger has written a very fun column about what he would do if he owned a sports team. Like many of you, I imagine, I find the temptations of his hypothetical too alluring to resist penning a reply. I’d like to take a slightly
Greta Thunberg may be just a teenager, but she already has her own statue. The University of Winchester, located in south England, erected a life-size bronze statue in Thunberg’s honor on Tuesday, sparking backlash among students who believe university funds should have been more wisely spent. The Greta Thunberg statue at University of Winchester. (Finnbarr
The family of a 12-year-old boy in Colorado is praying for a medical breakthrough for their son who is in critical condition after attempting a dangerous TikTok challenge. What are the details? Joshua Haileyesus was found passed out on the bathroom floor by his twin brother on March 22 after allegedly using a shoelace to
“The players on the U.S. women’s national team wish they could simply focus on soccer.” If you are at all familiar with the USWNT, you just did a spit take. That sentence opens Caitlyn Murray’s March 30 Yahoo Sports article on the team, and it’s a genuinely funny start for a piece about USWNT trying
The state of Georgia enacted election reform legislation, signed into law last week, that has drawn harsh criticism from the left. President Joe Biden and others have likened it to the Jim Crow era. What does the election law accomplish, and how is Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp responding to the criticism? “The bill makes it
WASHINGTON, DC – JANUARY 29: Anti-abortion demonstrators gather at Planned Parenthood of DC, where abortions are performed, as part of this year’s March for Life rally on January 29, 2021, in Washington, DC. The March for Life, which brings many thousands of people to Washington each year to protest the 1973 Supreme Court decision Roe
Do you remember Vernon Jones? He’s the Georgia Democrat who bucked his party by supporting Trump and eventually switching to Republican. Jones is now considering a run for governor of Georgia. It seems he is not impressed with the performance of Governor Kemp. Just The News reports: TRENDING: Waste of Time and Money: Turncoat Mike
Senate Majority Whip Dick Durbin (D-IL) speaks at a news conference at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., March 16, 2021. (Kevin Dietsch/Pool via Reuters) As the recent historical record shows, the Democratic Party’s about-face on the filibuster is entirely opportunistic and their claims fact-free. NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE S enate Democrats have declared war on
Brazil just reached a grim Covid-19 milestone, and a reporter based in Sao Paulo doesn’t see the situation improving in the near future. “We have people dying because of lack of oxygen, people are literally suffocating,” Patricia Campos Mello, a reporter for Folha de Sao Paulo, told CNBC’s “The News with Shepard Smith” on Tuesday.
Police officer Derek Chauvin gave onlookers a “cold” and “heartless” stare as they pleaded with him to take his knee off George Floyd’s neck, a witness has said. The 18-year-old witness, who the court asked to be identified only by her first name Darnella, filmed the arrest that ended with Mr Floyd’s death in May
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