In The News This Week: Mar-A-Lago Search Affidavit Unsealed

Anyone following the case knows by now that the affidavit and memo relating to the Mar-A-Lago Search by the FBI, was released Friday. It didn't reveal much other than what was already known: That Trump had allegedly stored government records at his vacation resort, and the possibility that some of them were classified. "The government …

News This Week: Appeals Court Rules Arkansas Cannot Prevent Gender-Affirming Treatment Of Trans Children

A federal appeals court ruled yesterday that the state of Arkansas cannot enforce a law banning trans children from receiving gender-affirming treatment. The law was put into place in 2021, preventing medical providers from distributing gender-affirming treatments, including hormones, surgery and puberty blockers to minors under the age of eighteen, despite the fact that no …

In The News This Week: Dr. Fauci Announces Semi-Retirement In 2023

Earlier this week, Anthony Fauci said he would "retire" at the end of the year after at least a half a century as the Head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Fauci has served as the Head of NIAID under more than a few past presidents. At 27, he joined the NIH, …

Federal Judge Issues Injunction On Florida’s Stop Woke Act

A Florida judge Thursday granted a prelim injunction on provisions in the "Stop The Woke Act," a bill passed and signed into law this past April by Florida governor Ron DeSantis. The law would restrict race-based teaching in schools, and private companies from employing mandatory inclusion training. Companies with approximately twenty employees or less, could …

Angry Parents Demand Answers To Law Enforcement’s Slow Response To School Shooting

Parents who lost their children are asking why it took so long for the Ulvade police department to confront the eighteen year old gunman who barricaded himself in a classroom, before shooting 19 children and 02 teachers. According to multiple media reports, the authorities waited for at least an hour after the gunman entered the …

In The News: President Biden Signs Executive Order On Police Reform

Two years after George Floyd's death, president Biden signed his 90th executive order, Advancing Effective, Accountable Policing And Criminal Justice Practices To Enhance Public Trust And Public Safety, Among other things, the executive order promotes accountability by creating a national database of police misconduct, such as: "The EO orders the Attorney General to establish a …

In The News: Another School Shooting, More Thoughts And Prayers, And Nothing Will Actually Be Done

Here we go again. Another School Shooting, this time at Robb Elementary school in Uvalde County, Texas. There will be more useless thoughts and prayers offered up by our politicians, the president of the United States, and the news media. And like the aftermath of every shooting across America, nothing of any substance will be …

In The News: Crucial Infant Formula Arrives From Europe/Abbott’s Accountability

Due to supply chain problems, and the closing of a plant in Michigan that produces much of America's stock of infant formula, many parents have been unable to find adequate supplies of formula to feed their infants. Last week president Biden announced the plan known as Operation Flyover to direct the Department of Defense to …

In The News: As Republicans Continue Partisan Bickering, Biden Signs Bill To Expand Access To Infant Formula

During his four day trip to Asia to strengthen ties with allies, president Biden signed into law the Access To Baby Formula Act of 2022. The bill was signed Saturday while in Seoul, South Korea, with president Yoon Seok-Youl. The bill passed the House last Wednesday, and the Senate on Thursday. Wednesday, before leaving for …

News This Week: President Biden Meets Finland And Sweden Leaders In Support Of NATO Accession

President Biden met with two world leaders who have expressed a desire to join NATO in the months since the Russian invasion of Ukraine.  Standing next to Finnish president, Sauli Niinisto, and Sweden's Prime Minister, Magdalena Anderson in the Rose Garden, president Biden gave his statement on the two nations' bid to become allies of …

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