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    "If you voted for Joe Biden and you believe in all of these red-flag laws, then why isn't Hunter Biden in jail today?" Glenn asked. "You and I both know that the ramifications of Hunter Biden's activities and his tragic saga go well beyond Hunter Biden, because they are teaching people a lesson. We are moving towards a society that has a ruling class that lives above their own edicts. They tell us they know better. They tell us that our neighbors and even some of us are dangerous, while ignoring the dangers in their own lives or in their own families ... We saw it during COVID-19 and we will see it again with gun regulations, 'The rules are for thee and not for me.' This is why Americans cannot give an inch, not one inch of our liberty away on the grounds of the government's good faith. They have no good faith left. They have violated every single principle of liberty and they've done it in a name of they know better," he said. "Don't be fooled," Glenn...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Thousands of people have turned up Sunday in what has been a collection of rallies and marches in support of Ukraine and the Ukrainian people throughout Chicago's downtown area.It started with an emotional flag raising ceremony, as a giant Ukrainian flag now proudly flies atop the 200 foot flagpole that overlooks Chicago's skyline at I-90.RELATED: Russian-Ukraine war: Russia assault halts evacuations for 2nd time, Ukraine official saysFollowing that, there was a rally at Chicago's Millennium Park, which saw yet another giant Ukrainian flag unfurled at the foot of the Bean before thousands of supporters marched to Daley Plaza.It was there at Daley Plaza that it became apparent that those present were not just Ukrainian but rather Chicagoans of all stripes who came out in force to support the Ukrainian cause. In particular, we saw a large contingent of Eastern Europeans, including Russians, with firsthand experience of what it's like to live under that country's authoritarian regime."I'm old enough that I lived in a communist system for a few years when I was young and I remember how...
    A TIKTOKER who says she picked up Brian Laundrie as he hiked alone has told of the "red flag" she spotted during the journey. Miranda Baker, a Wisconsin-based TikTok user, says she and her boyfriend were approached by Laundrie for a ride at Grand Teton National Park in Colter Bay, Wyoming. 3A TikToker who says she gave Brian Laundrie a lift says she spotted a 'red flag' on the journeyCredit: Social Media - Refer to source 3Miranda Baker says Laundrie was 'really clean' for someone who had been hiking for several daysCredit: ABC Laundrie, 23, allegedly offered the pair $200 for a lift to Jackson Hole on August 29, which would have only been around a 10 mile journey. Baker says that despite claiming to have been hiking for several days, Laundrie was noticeably clean. She told ABC: "He was really clean for someone who had been hiking for multiple days. "That did strike me as weird and especially as his backpack, it wasn't full - it was empty. "He said he and his fiancee were camping at a dispersed campsite...
    A full 61 percent of black Americans, 69 percent of Hispanics, and 79 percent of all Americans oppose anti-U.S. flag stunts like the crybaby Gwen Berry pulled at last month’s Olympic track and field trials. If you recall, after earning a third-place spot on the podium, this smug and ungrateful baby “placed her left hand on her hip and shuffled her feet,” as our national anthem played. The Woke Gestapo, who have seized control of America’s media, sports, social media, academic, and entertainment establishments, all gushed over how brave Berry is, how righteous and justified. The good news, at least according to this poll, is that despite a near monopoly and billions of corporate dollars behind them, these institutions failed to gaslight America into agreeing. What’s more, this includes — and this is no surprise to me — most of black America. Believe it or not, real life is not Twitter, and it’s sure as hell not ESPN and CNNLOL: The poll found that 79% of the public say it’s important “for professional athletes to publicly respect the American flag on...
    The New York Times issued a statement defending its editorial board member Mara Gay after she went on television and expressed the "disturbing" sight of American flags she witnessed during a visit to Long Island in New York.  On Tuesday morning, the MSNBC analyst appeared on "Morning Joe" and spoke about how "Americanness" and "Whiteness" need to be separated.  NYT, MSNBC'S MARA GAY: ‘DISTURBING’ TO SEE ‘DOZENS OF AMERICAN FLAGS’ ON LONG ISLAND  "I was on Long Island this weekend visiting a really dear friend, and I was really disturbed," Gay said. "I saw, you know, dozens and dozens of pickup trucks with explicatives [sic] against Joe Biden on the back of them, Trump flags, and in some cases just dozens of American flags, which is also just disturbing … Essentially the message was clear. ‘This is my country. This is not your country. I own this.’"  Gay received swift backlash on social media for her condemnation of the all the American flags she saw, but according to a statement released by her employer, her critics are off-base.  NEW YORK...
    More On: lgbtq Finest not welcome: Cops banned from participating in NYC Pride events Gay Iranian man dead in alleged ‘honor killing,’ rights group says Evangelical Lutheran Church elects first transgender bishop UK to ban LGBT conversion therapy and provide more support Members of a banned fraternity attacked a home for LGBTQ students at Bucknell University — banging on windows and doors while residents locked themselves inside, it was reported Monday. A resident adviser in Fran’s House, on campus housing for LGBTQ students, said residents saw men from a banned fraternity peeing on the porch and swinging a metal bar at a flag pole that was flying the pride flag. About 20 men shouted things like “this isn’t your home!” on Thursday as residents waited inside for campus security to show up. The men were reportedly part of the banned frat Tau Kappa Epsilon, which used to live at the house before they were kicked out two years ago. University President John Bravman and other administrators acknowledged a “horrific” incident and pledged support for LGBTQ students in a...
    Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said there is 'no such thing as LGBT' after activists clashed with police during a month-long protest at an Istanbul university. 'The LGBT, there is no such thing,' Erdoğan said during a televised address to his ruling Justice and Development Party (AK) on Wednesday.  'This country is… moral, and it will walk to the future with these values.' Last week, activists hung a poster showing the Kaaba in Mecca, Islam's holiest site, draped in a rainbow flag, outside the office of an Erdogan-appointed rector.   Erdogan gave the university's top spot to former political candidate Melih Bulu, which is seen as undemocratic by the college's students and teachers. They are demanding his resignation.  Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan told members of his party 'there is no LGBT' during a televised address on Wednesday  Erdogan called the protesters 'terrorists' during his speech, adding they will not be allowed to disrupt the country with their actions.   'This country will not be run by terrorists. We will do whatever is needed to prevent this,' Erdogan said, adding...
    Vice President-elect Kamala HarrisKamala HarrisBiden calls for swift action while outlining .9 trillion virus relief package Porter loses seat on House panel overseeing financial sector The Hill's 12:30 Report: Trump's growing isolation as administration comes to an end MORE on Thursday said seeing photographs of rioters carrying the Confederate flag through the Senate hallways during last week’s pro-Trump siege at the Capitol was a reminder that “we still have a lot of work to do.” "It was the same thing that went through my mind when I saw Charlottesville. I mean, it's the same thing that went through my mind when I saw a picture of Emmett Till," Harris said in an NPR interview.  "Sadly, it is not the first time I have seen a demonstration like what you are describing in the history of our country," she added. "And and it is — it is a reminder that we still have a lot of work to do." Kevin Seefried, the man pictured carrying the Confederate flag in a viral photo, was arrested on Thursday in Delaware.  The outgoing California senator was in...
    SANTA ROSA (KPIX) – The first planned power shutoffs of the wildfire season were getting underway Monday night, affecting more than 22,000 Bay Area residents, most of them in Sonoma County. For these residents, lightning pushed the start of fire season and now, another danger begins. The red flag warning in the North Bay mountains has forced the city of Santa Rosa Fire to prepare for another Public Safety Power Shutoff. This is about the ninth time Santa Rosa has dealt with a PSPS. It often impacts communities east of the city. While many say it’s an annoyance, they are now well prepared for another black out. “It’s definitely been hard with those windy nights and this heat there’s some PTSD there,” says Jenni Etimoe, a Santa Rosa resident. The community in the Rincon Valley area, has dealt with numerous devastating fires over the last few years. Now, PG&E’s shutoffs are just part of their lives. “We sort of saw this coming. So we did some preparations by the way of a solar generator,” says Chris Barbour. As soon...
    A Green Beret returning from deployment was disheartened to see protesters destroying the flag he had sworn to defend, so he made a flag they couldn’t burn.
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