The Memorial Day edition of the New York Times editorial page led with an obnoxious, elitist essay by Margaret Renkl, a contributing opinion writer based in Nashville. Her attempt at a Memorial Day tribute was rendered worthless by an extraneous condemnation of her fellow Americans for not doing enough to stop the coronavirus, hidden under
Additional information is coming to light about the real Kraken in the 2020 Election that J. Christian Adams wrote about for PJ Media in December 2020. The article disclosed an unprecedented amount of funding that the Chan-Zuckerberg Initiative provided through a not-for-profit to specific election offices throughout the nation. Adams explained how these funds turned
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May 31 is a number of things – Memorial Day, of course. The Feast of the Visitation, when we remember when a pregnant Mary visited a pregnant Elizabeth, miracles, both. And May 31 is also the last day of National Foster Care month. I’ve not been as obnoxious as I sometimes am about the month.
A 13-year-old girl from Portland, Oregon, was severely burned and will face months of rehabilitation after attempting a dangerous TikTok challenge that went awry, according to her family. “I have parental controls on all her stuff, and it still wasn’t enough,” said Kimberly Crane, the mother of Destini Crane, to KATU-TV. The teen was attempting
A vicious unprovoked attack on an Asian American woman was caught on surveillance video Monday and posted to social media by a New York state lawmaker. The disturbing video was posted by New York Assemblymember Yuh-Line Niou on her Twitter account. (CAUTION: Graphic video) This was just sent to me from my constituent. This just
Pseudoconservative New York Times columnist David Brooks protested “I’m no progressive” on Friday night’s PBS NewsHour, but he has consistently supported every trillion dollars in federal spending proposed by President Biden this year. His “debating partner” (ha) Jonathan Capehart of The Washington Post bizarrely claimed if we don’t pass Biden’s massive $6 trillion budget proposal,