Financial State of the States Report – 28 States Struggle with Revenue in Fiscal Year 2022

In the recently released 14th annual Financial State of the States report by Truth in Accounting, an analysis of the fiscal health of all 50 states reveals intriguing insights into their financial standing for fiscal year 2022. Revenue Challenges The report highlights that 28 states faced revenue challenges, struggling to meet their financial obligations in … Read more

Chicago’s Migration Influx Leads to Reallocation of State Housing Funds

Illinois Governor JB Pritzker’s decision to divert rental assistance funding to help pay for migrant care has sparked controversy and raised concerns among lawmakers and citizens. This move comes in response to the significant influx of non-citizen arrivals in Chicago after crossing the U.S. southern border. Chicago’s Migration Challenge Chicago has become the epicenter of … Read more

Wyden Sheds Light on Hemisphere Program’s Trillions of Monitored American Phone Records

Democratic Senator Tom Wyden has once again brought to light the government’s extensive surveillance of trillions of American phone records, often conducted without proper warrants. Hemisphere  Under Scrutiny Senator Wyden urged the Justice Department to disclose information about the controversial Hemisphere phone surveillance program. Legal or Ethical? The initiative allowed various law enforcement agencies to … Read more

Scientists Facing Professional Isolation After Exposing Lab Characteristics in Virus

Over the past three years, individuals recognizing unusual patterns within the virus’s genetic sequence have faced immense challenges. The discovery of genetic inserts in the virus, resembling sequences from a Wuhan laboratory, led to accusations of scientific ostracism and ‘cancellation’ by mainstream media and professional colleagues. Suppression of Findings In the summer of 2020, a … Read more

Republican Presidential Candidate Vivek Ramaswamy Joins Criticism of “Pure Racism” Article

According to Just the News, Ohio’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion consultant, BWG Business Solutions, led by founder Janice Gassam Asare, is under investigation following the publication of her Forbes column on “decentering whiteness.” Vance’s Reaction Senator J.D. Vance, a prominent Ohio Republican, expressed strong disapproval of the article, labeling it “racist” and “gross.” Should Be … Read more

Calls for FBI and Capitol Police to Investigate Hayden’s Comments on Tuberville

Former CIA director Michael Hayden’s controversial remark has ignited a firestorm of criticism and calls for accountability. Senator Tommy Tuberville, known for his principled stance against specific military policies, was a target of Hayden’s verbal threat. Tuberville’s Stand on Military Policy Understanding the context is helpful. Senator Tuberville’s opposition to the, as he calls it,  … Read more

Budget Cuts Hit NYC Hard – Cardi B Voices Concerns About Deteriorating Cities

Rapper Cardi B, previously an endorser of President Joe Biden, expresses frustration over the state of the economy and the allocation of funds to wars while American cities face deterioration. Explosive Rant Cardi B initiates an expletive-laden rant, declaring her current anger state and her concerns imminent expression. Warning Online Prefacing her rant online, the … Read more

Public Backs Supreme Court on Individual Right to Bear Arms

Recent polls from Harvard and NBC reveal unexpected changes in attitudes toward gun ownership and rights. Majority Claim Gun Ownership in Households According to NBC, 52% of respondents or someone in their household own a gun, challenging the prevailing anti-gun sentiment from the White House and media. Public Perception of Rising Crime A significant 55% … Read more

New Twist in Floyd Case as Chauvin Appeals to Supreme Court

Former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin has taken his case to the Minneapolis Supreme Court, filing a petition to review the conviction related to the murder of George Floyd. Previous Conviction Upheld The filing comes a month after the Minnesota Court of Appeals upheld Chauvin’s conviction for unintentional second-degree murder, third-degree murder, and second-degree manslaughter. … Read more

Global Embalmers Report Mysterious White Clots in Blood Vessels

In recent years, embalmers worldwide have reported an unusual and perplexing phenomenon during the embalming process. Some claim to have observed the presence of long, rubbery, white masses within the blood vessels, a phenomenon that had not been encountered previously. A Discrepancy Among Embalmers The reports of these strange white clots have sparked a divide … Read more

Lawmakers Opt for Capitol Refuge Amid Rising D.C. Crime Rates

Washington officials reported 215 murders so far this year—quite an increase from the 157 homicides in 2022, as shown by police data.  Rep. Eric Burlison’s Revelation Rep. Eric Burlison (R-Mo.) disclosed that he and other unnamed lawmakers are taking refuge within the Capitol because they perceive D.C. as “very dangerous” at night. Safety Fears Prompt … Read more

Scrutiny Over Capitol Police’s Handling of Protests and Training Methods

On Sunday, November 19, 2023, the U.S. Capitol Police, in collaboration with military partners, conducted a training exercise on the Capitol Grounds.  The Early Start The exercise commenced at 4:00 a.m., and a public notice was issued to inform residents about the event. Limited Information Provided The initial announcement lacked specific details about the nature … Read more

44,000 Hours of Capitol Riot Footage Reveals Excessive Police Force Claims and Highlights Ongoing Legal and Emotional Toll of January 6

The recent release of footage from the January 6, 2021, U.S. Capitol riot has sparked fresh inquiries into the events surrounding that tumultuous day. As the U.S. Supreme Court deliberates on whether to hear the first two January 6 appeals, House Speaker Mike Johnson’s releasing of 44,000 hours of footage to the public adds complexity … Read more