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Fencing Erected During George Floyd Protests Finally Removed from Washington, D.C., Landmarks

Police stand guard outside St. John’s Episcopal Church as racial inequality protests continue in Washington, D.C, June 25, 2020. (Leah Millis/Reuters) The mesh metal fencing first erected around two Washington, D.C., landmarks amid rioting and protests in the wake of the death of George Floyd last year are finally being removed. Roughly nine months after the fencing was placed around Lafayette Park...

Pelosi-linked PAC pumps $300G into Dem gerrymandering effort, despite claiming to oppose gerrymandering

A political action committee aligned with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi funneled $300,000 to a Democratic redistricting group led by former Attorney General Eric Holder. Federal Elections Commission (FEC) filings show that the leadership PAC aligned with Pelosi, PAC to the Future, gave $300,000 to Holder’s group, the National Democratic Redistricting Organization. Pelosi's husband Paul is PAC to the Future's treasurer. PAC to the Future...

Ben Watson: Black History Month – family and faith continue to inspire, sustain African Americans

In the human experience, the family is the first form of government, health care, community and early education an individual will encounter.  This basic social building block is not a recent product of the Western mind nor is it an insignificant concept to be casually discarded. On the contrary it is mankind’s oldest institution, established at the beginning of time and charged with the essential...

JJ Watt stuns NFL with decision to join Cardinals: ‘Life is good in Arizona’

JJ Watt is officially a member of the Arizona Cardinals.On Monday, the three-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year tweeted a photo of himself while lifting weights in a Cardinals shirt."source: me," Watt wrote as the caption.CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COMWatt reportedly agreed to a two-year deal worth $31 million, with $23 million guaranteed. He will...

Yemen pledging conference: Severity of suffering ‘impossible to overstate’ says Guterres  |

Despite that, millions of Yemenis desperately need more aid to survive, with some $1.7 billion pledged by the end of the morning – falling short of the appeal when the conference began, for $3.85 billion.  “Cutting aid is a death sentence”, UN Secretary-General António Guterres said after the event concluded. “The best that can be said about today is that...

Andy Hoffman, father of Nebraska football fan Jack Hoffman, dies of brain cancer at 42

Andy Hoffman, the father of Nebraska Cornhuskers fan and brain cancer patient Jack Hoffman, died Monday at his home in Atkinson, Nebraska. He was 42.The Team Jack Foundation announced his death.Andy Hoffman, an attorney, spent the last decade of his life raising more than $8 million for Team Jack, a fundraising juggernaut to end pediatric brain cancer, only...

Biden Acts Like Trump On Iran

Instead of turning the other cheek, as the Obama/Biden administration mostly did, President Biden followed the peace through strength philosophy when he struck Iranian-backed militias in Syria. The was in...

8 Ways Big Government Botched the COVID Pandemic

According to a new Axios-Ipsos poll, more than 60 percent of Americans believe the federal government’s response to the pandemic isn’t helping. In fact, they say it’s making things worse. “Sixty-two percent believe the government is making America’s recovery worse, including more than one in three (35%) who say the government is making things much worse,” the poll found....

Dias ominously points to Man City´s ´infinite ambition´

Manchester City defender Ruben Dias says the mentality within the squad is like nothing he has ever experienced before, ominously pointing to an “infinite ambition” to win.  City are 12 points clear in the Premier League...