Airdrops are a last resort. They are inefficient, inaccurate, expensive and dangerous. They are only chosen as an option when things are really desperate. The White House spokesman admitted as much just after President Biden announced that America would carry out airdrops into Gaza. “There are no missions more complicated than humanitarian assistance airdrops,” Admiral
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A federal appeals court found Friday that some Jan. 6 defendants’ sentences were wrongly lengthened when judges determined they interfered “with the administration of justice.” A D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals three-judge panel sided Friday with Jan. 6 defendant Larry Brock, rejecting the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) argument that a sentencing enhancement designed for defendants
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The University of Florida is the first college to fire all diversity, equity, and inclusion employees in accordance with a new law signed by Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis. The university had previously dedicated $5 million to support DEI implementation but announced Friday that it would reroute that money to a faculty recruitment fund. DeSantis
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Horrifying video shows the moment that a woman appears to attempt to escape her captive at a gas station in Arizona. Unfortunately, the man brutally reigns her in and seemingly forces her back into the automobile. Police are asking the public for help in identifying the kidnapping suspect and victim. Around 10 p.m. on Feb.
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Three laws in Montana limiting abortion are unconstitutional, a state judge ruled Thursday, according to the Daily Montanan. The laws ban abortion after 20 weeks and by way of telehealth services, as well as require a 24-hour waiting period and two ultrasounds. District Court Judge Kurt Krueger sided with Planned Parenthood of Montana, which filed the lawsuit and
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In a culture wherein the most effective means most people have of making their voices heard is their wallets, many people, left and right, often proclaim they will boycott a company they don’t agree with. However, boycotts often either fail to garner much support, or consumers eventually forget about their resolution when it gets too
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In this article SPR BA Follow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNT Airplane fuselages bound for Boeing’s 737 Max production facility sit in storage at their top supplier, Spirit AeroSystems Holdings Inc, in Wichita, Kansas, U.S. December 17, 2019.  Nick Oxford | Reuters Boeing is in talks to buy back Spirit Aerosystems, which makes fuselages for
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This week, a mentally disturbed anarchist and active-duty Air Force member named Aaron Bushnell lit himself on fire and proceeded to burn himself to death while shouting “Free Palestine” in front of the Israeli Embassy in Washington, D.C. In his suicide note, he explained just why he had self-immolated: “My name is Aaron Bushnell, and
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Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin endorsed plans to lift months-long ban on flying the V-22 Osprey aircraft, The Associated Press reported Friday, citing U.S. officials. Representatives from the services that operate the controversial tiltrotor aircraft presented their plans to return to operations in a safe, deliberate way at a meeting in the Pentagon on Friday,
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The Biden administration is demanding Fox News retract stories involving allegations of Biden family corruption. White House spokesman Ian Sams sent a letter to Fox News executives alleging the news network has promoted a “false, discredited” allegation of bribery involving President Joe Biden. Sams is referring to allegations that Alexander Smirnov brought to the FBI
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Hunter Biden suggested that he never would have dropped off his laptop at a small Delaware computer repair business, but documents bearing his signature appear to contradict that claim. The president’s son insisted that he would have taken his broken computer to a standard Apple store for repair work, when asked by Rep. Matt Gaetz,
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Brandon Judd appeared with former President Donald Trump and Texas Gov. Greg Abbott on Thursday in Eagle Pass, Texas, where the likely Republican presidential nominee sought to contrast his immigration policies with those of current President Joe Biden. Judd, the president of the National Border Patrol Council, knowingly or otherwise helped Trump do just that.
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Top O’ the Briefing Happy Friday, dear Kruiser Morning Briefing friends. Taxxonn was doing things with chili oil and Cocoa Puffs that alternately horrified and delighted his fellow beading fanatics.  Advertisement It’s my birthday and I come from a family of big birthday celebration people. I will be enjoying time with friends, time with beer,
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Gary Varvel Gary Varvel is the editorial cartoonist for The Indianapolis Star. Born in Indianapolis, Indiana in 1957, Varvel was drawn to cartoons as a child when he saw a copy of MAD magazine. His freshman year at Danville High School in Danville, Indiana, Varvel won his first cartoon contest held by the school newspaper.
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NASHVILLE, Tenn.—An Indiana pastor has launched an effort to connect Christian leaders across the country and root out the influence of a “woke” Christianity that undermines the biblical and traditional doctrines of the faith. “We’ve got 500 pastors that have signed this statement across all sorts of denominational lines, committing themselves to really sound biblical
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