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  2. SuperDave

    Today's Toons 10/22/21

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    Today's Toons 10/22/21

  4. Valin

    January 6th

    Thank You! ADAMS, Jared Hunter Parading, Demonstrating, or Picketing in a Capitol Building
  5. Oct. 24 2021 Yesterday on Saturday October 23, 2021, a large rally was held in Darwin, Australia. It's not often anymore to see footage from protests in Australia since the government is trying to censor all of it.
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  7. Geee

    January 6th

    Below is a list of defendants charged in federal court in the District of Columbia related to crimes committed at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C, on Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021.
  8. DeSantis offers police $5,000 bonus to relocate to Florida amid vaccine mandates Elizabeth Faddis, Breaking News Reporter October 24, 2021 Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida touted a new effort from the state to recruit law enforcement officers amid job losses over COVID-19 vaccine mandates. DeSantis explained during a segment of Sunday Morning Futures with Fox News host Maria Bartiromo that Florida is planning to offer outside law enforcement officers a bonus to relocate to the state. The proposed offer comes amid a wave of officer terminations over refusal to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. "In Florida, not only are we going to want to protect the law enforcement and all the jobs, we are actively working to recruit out-of-state law enforcement because we do have needs in our police and sheriff's departments," DeSantis said, explaining that he has plans to introduce and sign new legislation offering out-of-state police officers a $5,000 bonus in order to relocate. (Snip)
  9. Hot Air Allahpundit Oct 24, 2021 Nine million views is rare air for a Twitter clip, especially a news segment. But this is the feelgood video of the year. The key line is “The school has just been happy — and you can feel it.” There are other ways to reduce violence in schools that don’t require parents to patrol the grounds during their down time but the vibe from having a cop in the cafeteria is verrrry different from the one kids get from a bunch of dads cracking jokes at them. Especially a kid who doesn’t have a father figure at home. (Snip) (Snip)
  10. Valin

    Segregation Forever!

    Power Line John Hinderaker October 24, 2021 “Segregation today, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever!” That was George Wallace’s battle cry when he was the Democratic Governor of Georgia, and today Wallace’s Democratic successors are doing their best to make good on his pledge. This comes from Wellesley, Massachusetts: Racism is pervasive among today’s liberals: (Snip) __________________________________________________________________________________
  11. Valin

    January 6th

    Time To Play Spot The Lie. Oct. 24 2021 Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD) speaks on the House Floor on Thursday during debate on a resolution to hold Steve Bannon in contempt of Congress for failing to respond to a subpoena regarding the January 6th riots.
  12. Yes Chris - and I'll bet she's representing one of the best President ever
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  14. The Hill Joseph Choi 10/24/21 (Snip) “Honestly, as somebody who’s spent six years in the White House, my immediate reaction was, 'Those are two people at the top of their game,'" Wallace said in a clip highlighted by Mediaite. ADVERTISEMENT "I think that [Doocy] has become the Sam Donaldson of this White House press corps ... and Jen Psaki, I think, is one of the best press secretaries ever," he added, referencing former ABC News Chief White House Correspondent Sam Donaldson, who was known for his aggressive question of former President Reagan. “I don’t know that anything was particularly accomplished, but they both gave and got pretty good,” Wallace added. Wallace, who worked as chief White House correspondent for NBC News, added that the flattering comparison between Doocy and Donaldson was a "very grudging compliment," as he had been a White House correspondent at the same time as Donaldson. (Snip) __________________________________________________________________
  15. 1. When Good Cops start leaving a Police Dept. Who does that leave? 2. Shocking News Alert! People prefer to work where they are appreciated.
  16. After the US military evacuations stopped, this group got an 80-year-old grandmother out of Afghanistan The U.S. military stopped evacuating vulnerable people out of Afghanistan at the end of August, but volunteer groups have continued to see who they can save. Task Force Argo features Department of Defense personnel, active duty service members and veterans, special operators and intelligence analysts, coming together with one goal in mind: “To bring home from Afghanistan every U.S. citizen and legal permanent resident, the immediate and extended family members of U.S. citizens and LPRs, and our Afghan allies and partners.”
  17. Townhall As Matt covered earlier this month, pointing out that "There's Another Reason to Hate Fauci," the National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), Dr. Anthony Fauci's division at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), used $1.68 million to experiment on dogs, removing their vocal cords before doing so. Now, Dylan Housman for the Daily Caller, who first reported on the experiments, is reporting that it's raised enough attention where 24 members of Congress, from both parties, have sent a letter to Fauci demanding answers. Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) led the letter to Fauci, which contains the signature of 14 other Republicans and nine Democrats. It begins by stating that the members are writing "with grave concerns about reports of costly, cruel, and unnecessary taxpayer-funded experiments on dogs commissioned by National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases." A particular concern laid out in the letter is to do with how an invoice to NIAID included a line item for "cordectomy" or "devocalization," to slit a dog's vocal cords. :snip:
  18. Come on over! Indiana officials invite Illinois police officers to move there With the promise of no vaccine mandate and lower property taxes, Indiana officials are trying to lure jilted police officers from Illinois
  19. Vaccine Mandates Decimating Police Forces Across US As crime rates surge, so are vaccine mandates—and resistance by police to those mandates. That means major cities across the United States risk losing one-third or more of their police forces, hesitant about getting the COVID-19 shot. In Chicago, more than 4,500 employees of the Chicago Police Department—about one-third of both officers and civilian employees—refused to disclose their vaccine status. Mayor Lori Lightfoot and the city’s Fraternal Order of Police are in a political standoff. Chicago Fraternal Order of Police President John Catanzara said last week, “It’s safe to say that the city of Chicago will have a police force at 50% or less for this weekend coming up.” A real disruption also soon could hit Los Angeles, where the city’s vaccine mandate deadline is in December. Last month, employees of the Los Angeles Police Department filed a federal lawsuit opposing the city’s vaccine mandate. Likewise, Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva told The Associated Press earlier this month, “I don’t want to be in a position to lose 5[%], 10% of my workforce overnight.” He added that he won’t enforce the county-level mandate.
  20. ‘Pandora Papers’ show corruption, money laundering behind the former Motorola property in Harvard (Illinois) The former Motorola property in Harvard was transferred in two separate international money laundering schemes, newly published documents show. In the late 1990s, Motorola announced a new phone manufacturing plant in Harvard. The 1.5 million square foot office and plant became the largest building in the region, Politico reported. Motorola said at the time that the $100 million factory would require 5,000 employees to operate.
  21. General Electric workers protest vaccine mandate Friday, October 22, 2021 Dozens of General Electric employees staged a walk-out over the company’s vaccine mandate. More than 200 employees in New York protested on Friday against the company’s vaccine mandate. This comes after roughly 150 workers lined up outside of the General Electric facility in South Carolina Thursday. GE said all its staff members must comply with the federal mandate and get vaccinated by Dec. 8. However, some of the protestors have said this isn’t about the actual vaccine, but rather about their personal rights. (Snip) (Snip)
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