Sunday, Sep 25, 2022 - 04:08:06
11 results - (0.003 seconds)

Young continued:

latest news at page 1:
1
    Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL) received a less than enthusiastic reception at the Conservative Political Action Committee’s Texas event on Friday, despite giving a speech chock-full of culture war barbs directed at the left. “If you do speak up, boom, you’re going to be canceled. Your views, if you don’t conform with Big Tech, Fauci, or Neil Young, can be taken off Spotify, YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter,” Scott began in a clip circulating social media. Scott noticeably stopped for applause but not a single clap could be heard. “The militant left in America are a modern day version of book burners,” Scott continued, pausing and getting a light smattering of applause this time as he furrowed his brow. “That’s right. Canceling, silencing, and banning from the Internet is book burning. These are the most narrow-minded, intolerant people our country has ever seen,” he continued, using a regular talking point on the right, and again received limited applause. “They are completely ignorant of both world history and American history. Socialism leads to two things poverty and oppression,” he continued, adding: Socialism is...
    CNN’s Adrienne Broaduss interviewed an eyewitness to Monday’s deadly mass shooting at a Fourth of July parade in Highland Park, north of Chicago. “All of a sudden everyone behind us started running. I looked back, probably20 feet away from me, I saw a girl shot and killed. I saw her die. I’ve never seen anything like this,” said the witness, identified only as “Zoe.” Monday’s shooting left at least six people dead and some 31 injured, according to an afternoon update from local officials. “We hid behind a dumpster for about an hour and then the police got us into Uncle Dan’s Sporting Goods where we hid in the basement. We hid there until the cops escorted us back to our car. They drove us back to our car,” Zoe recalled, adding: One man had been shot in the head, his ear, he was bleeding all over, and he was, like, I’m just happy that’s all happened. There was another girl that got escorted out that was shot in the leg. We were hiding in the basement for quite a...
    Getty Images Michelle Young and Nayte Olukoya have split. Just a couple of weeks after Michelle Young spoke out against split rumors, she and her fiance Nayte Olukoya have confirmed that they have ended their engagement. Michelle and Nayte got engaged on the finale of Michelle’s season of “The Bachelorette.” The two seemed wildly in love and appeared ready to spend their lives together, but in the six months since the “After the Final Rose” episode aired live on ABC, things have changed drastically. “To those who have supported Nayte and I, including Bachelor Nation, I know I speak for the both of us when saying having a relationship in the public eye has not been easy,” Michelle wrote in a statement posted to her Instagram Stories on Friday, June 17, 2022. “I’m struggling to say that Nayte and I will be going our separate ways but I stand with him in knowing the heaviness that is present in both of our hearts as this relationship has been very real for us,” the statement continued. Here’s what you...
    Piers Morgan calls the protests outside the homes of Supreme Court justices, nothing short of “domestic terrorism”. Speaking with Megyn Kelly on Monday, the two spoke about the continued protestors stationed outside the homes of Justice Brett Kavanaugh and Chief Justice John Roberts. Kelly said, “First of all, these are dumbass protesters because according to the reports, Chief Justice Roberts isn’t even in the majority in this draft opinion. He might actually already be siding with the liberals. We’re not sure. They’re just dopes. Right, so they just go to the Chief Justice’s home for no reason.” She continued, “Justice Kavanaugh seems to be part of the majority so they go to his house. He has two young daughters. No one cares, so let’s go scare them. There’s other protests planned, we’re told, at Amy Coney Barrett‘s house. She’s got young children including a 10-year-old who happens to have down syndrome.” “Great idea to go to that house and scare the child!” Kelly added. “To me, it’s disgusting and it’s actually deeply problematic because I think it’s an open attempt...
    One of the numerous child porn offenders who received a lenient sentence from President Joe Biden’s Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson continued to seek out “sexually arousing” images of young children after his three-month stint in prison. Jackson’s sentencing in United States v. Hawkins was at the forefront of her confirmation hearings after Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) exposed Jackson’s pattern of sentencing child sex offenders to lower than what the federal sentencing guidelines recommend. Hawley tweeted: In the case of United States v. Hawkins, the sex offender had multiple images of child porn. He was over 18. The Sentencing Guidelines called for a sentence of up to 10 years. Judge Jackson sentenced the perpetrator to only 3 months in prison. Three months. After Hawley questioned Jackson about her remarks in the case and if she regretted handing down a lenient sentence, the Washington Post reported that the defendant in the case continued seeking out “sexually arousing” images of young children. According to the Washington Post: A person familiar with the Hawkins case read to The Post the probation office request that led to Jackson’s order. The...
    5 In January we launched Fabulous’ Mum of the Year competition for the third time and, after an undoubtedly testing time for so many, we received over four thousand entries.  From homeschooling kids of all ages and abilities, to going above and beyond helping those in need during lockdown, every mum nominated astounded us.  5Jemma after her Fabulous Mum of the Year 2020 makeoverCredit: Lancton Now, as a shortlist is compiled for our celebrity judges - Kate Garraway, Giovanna Fletcher, Kate Ferdinand and Ranvir Singh - to choose an exceptional mum, we caught up with last year’s winner.  Jemma Lee Johnson, 57, is retired and lives in Canvey Island with husband Stuart, also 57. She was nominated by daughter Sammy Jay, 30. Before she retired, Jemma had worked for the NHS for over 22 years, raised five kids as a single mum and for 14 years has fostered 16-18 year olds.  “It was incredible winning Fabulous’ Mum of the Year in 2020, my photoshoot and makeover was a lovely day but it turned out to be my last day...
    Quarterback Cam Newton and a young man got into a back-and-forth heated exchange at a football camp where the former NFL MVP was appearing at. The camp attendee was heckling Newton about being "a free agent" and Newton responded multiple times saying "I’m rich." CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM The young camp attendee continued to rip Newton, saying that he was about to become poor, which drew laughs from other participants at the camp. Newton continued to reiterate that he was rich, and then asked the kid if he could talk to his father. The exchange between Newton and the young kid sparked a social media frenzy on Sunday. Many defended Newton calling the exchange "disrespectful." Newton, a three-time Pro Bowler, played the 2020 season with the New England Patriots. He completed 65.8 percent of his passes for 2,657 yards with eight touchdown passes and 10 interceptions. Newton added 12 scores on the ground for the Patriots, who finished with a 7-9 record and missed the playoffs for the first time in 11 years. CLICK HERE TO...
            by Mary Margaret Olohan  The Young Americans for Liberty announced Wednesday that the organization has terminated its former President Cliff Maloney “effective immediately” following allegations of sexual misconduct. “Losing the confidence of the board, YAL staff, and key stakeholders makes the ability to lead impossible and this action necessary,” the organization said in a statement. “A comprehensive search for a new leader is underway,” the statement continued. “YAL is continuing its independent investigation into all allegations, as well as ways to improve the HR process, to ensure a culture of trust, safety, and accountability thrives within the organization.” Maloney’s firing came after an onslaught of allegations about leaders associated with YAL posted on social media with the hashtag #YALtoo. These allegations also included vice president of grassroots, Justin Greiss, who is currently placed on leave until YAL completes its investigation into the allegations, Fox News reported. Many of those who accused Maloney and Greiss said that YAL did not follow up with them about their accusations and instead continued to endorse those accused. The accusers also said...
    The president of Young Americans for Liberty (YAL) has been placed on leave as the conservative group investigates sexual assault allegations against him and other leaders in the nonprofit. YAL’s board released a statement saying it was investigating the matter and calling on anyone who had evidence regarding the claims to come forward to report it.  The organization, which works to elect conservative and libertarian leaders across the country, said that President Cliff Maloney and vice president of grassroots, Jason Greiss, had been placed on leave until the investigation was complete.  "YAL has outside legal counsel and HR professionals investigating all matters, and to ensure fairness is involved, it is important we allow this process to run its course," board chairman Jeff Frazee wrote in a statement.  "YAL will address these issues head-on and begin the process of healing and rebuilding trust, safety and accountability. We’re uniformly committed to doing what is right and necessary," he continued. DALLAS SHUTS DOWN YAL EVENT BUT ALLOWS PROTESTERS, GROUP SAYS Dozens of accounts of assault by those affiliated with the organization, including Maloney and Greiss,...
    NYC schools reopen amid spike in Covid cases Pandemic forces a reckoning for restaurants coping with capacity limits and new consumer habits Most Americans don't know these lucrative Social Security "secrets" Ad Microsoft Incredible Blanket Puts Humans In A Deep Sleep, Melting Stress Away Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/13 SLIDES © Joos Mind - Getty Images It's eerie to think that there are people out there willing to commit atrocious crimes of murder and mischief, but it's a whole other level of creepy to think that some of those people are never caught. In some cases, it's very possible that they're still out there, walking among us. From Lizzie Borden's infamous murder trial to the case of a mysterious stalker known as "The Watcher," no one has been able to crack these six cases for certain, and the lack of closure is enough to send shivers down your...
    Cliff Maloney, the president of Young Americans for Liberty, spoke with the Daily Caller about the city of Dallas canceling YAL’s convention at the last minute, political double standards and more. The Mobilize 2020 event, which had been planned for a better part of a year, was intended to train college students as well as “do a deep dive on the ideas,” Maloney explained. “We had speakers lined up like Kristi Noem from South Dakota, Senator Rand Paul, Congressman Thomas Massie, I mean people that really, really believe in the principles of liberty.” Approximately 1,400 students were expected to attend the event in Dallas, Texas despite the coronavirus pandemic. “We worked hand-in-hand with the city of Dallas. Every roadblock they put in our way — you know, we complied,” he said. “As of literally within the last week to week and a half, the fire marshal and people within the city confirmed everything. We worked with them.” Maloney believed the city of Dallas expected YAL to cancel after every roadblock was presented. “We didn’t — we continued to adapt cause that’s...
1