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The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has announced that it has submitted its final rule to “Address Stabilizing Braces, Accessories Used to Convert Pistols into Short-Barreled Rifles” for publication in the Federal Register. The Jan. 13 announcement doesn’t say when the 293-page rule will be published. “The rule allows for... Read more
Published on: 2023-01-13
A 30-year-old Irvine mother was charged with felony child abuse and endangerment Jan. 11 after her 2-year-old son was hospitalized from fentanyl exposure, according to authorities. Jacqueline Hunter was also charged with two misdemeanor counts of possession of a controlled substance, and one felony enhancement of causing great bodily injury... Read more
Published on: 2023-01-13
Commentary Orange County has lost an elected official who was a genuine gentleman. Many of us bid farewell to former Orange County Supervisor William G. Steiner Friday morning, Jan. 13, at his memorial service at the church in which he served in leadership roles, Covenant Presbyterian Church, in the city... Read more
Published on: 2023-01-13
Part of the only sealed road through northern Western Australia (WA) has been reopened after unprecedented flooding swept away a major bridge and large sections of the vital transport route. Motorists are permitted to travel from Friday on a 215 km section of the Great Northern Highway between Willare and... Read more
Published on: 2023-01-13
The GOP launches their investigation into multiple federal agencies, and what they’re calling the “weaponization of the government.” We’ll take a look at where they’ll start and why Democrats are opposed. President Joe Biden is meeting the Japanese prime minister as the two work to deter threats from China. What are the... Read more
Published on: 2023-01-13
Commentary Given that permanent European settlement in Australia dates back just some 235 years, this country has had more than its fair share of extraordinary Catholics. Of course, we have St Mary of the Cross, better known as Mary MacKillop. As far as churchmen go, three giants spring to mind:... Read more
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Finding classified documents in properties linked to President Joe Biden poses a concern that “gets beyond the politics,” according to Rep. Gary Palmer (R-Ala.). Documents dating back to the period when Biden was the vice president have turned up at both the president’s former office at Penn Biden Center in... Read more
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Former U.S. Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund’s new book-length reflection on Jan. 6 addresses the command failures that happened during the protests and rioting while decrying the bureaucratic red tape that kept the National Guard from reaching the Capitol until the trouble was largely over. Sund, 57, who was forced... Read more
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Japanese and Canadian leaders on Thursday discussed expanding bilateral trade and economic cooperation, as well as their approach to the increasing military assertiveness of the Chinese Communist regime in the Indo-Pacific region. Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida met with his Canadian counterpart Justin Trudeau in Ottawa on Thursday as part... Read more
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Virginia is trying to join the nearly dozen states that have implemented school choice programs to allow taxpayer funds to follow the families via education savings accounts by allowing parents to use an annual fund for the education package of their choice, with the ultimate goal being to improve students’... Read more
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A baby bettong has been spotted in a protected New South Wales (NSW) habitat after dozens of the native marsupials were reintroduced to the state’s wilderness. The discovery of the youngster, which has been named Bella, has been hailed as an exciting and vital step in “turning back the tide... Read more
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Environment Canada has issued alerts for parts of the country on the west and east coasts and some northern regions, which are expecting a mix of winter storm and freezing rain on Jan. 13. In British Columbia, a front will bring snowfall of up to 10 centimetres to the Williston region... Read more
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The Supreme Court agreed late on Jan. 13 to take up the civil rights lawsuit of an evangelical Christian postal worker in Pennsylvania who quit the U.S. Postal Service after it refused to accommodate his wish not to work on the Sunday Sabbath. The granting of the petition in Groff v.... Read more
Published on: 2023-01-13
In this episode of Kash’s Corner, we discuss revelations that Joe Biden mishandled classified documents during his tenure as Vice President and that this has been known since before the midterm elections. Kash Patel reflects on the disparity in the media’s treatment of this event versus the FBI’s raid on... Read more
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The GOP-led House Judiciary Committee on Jan. 13 launched an investigation into President Biden’s classified documents. Committee chair Rep. Jim Jordan wrote a letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland, vowing to look into the White House and Justice Department’s handling of the scandal. Former President Trump’s real estate company was... Read more
Published on: 2023-01-13
KYIV, Ukraine—Russia claimed Friday that its forces captured the fiercely contested salt-mining town of Soledar in eastern Ukraine. Ukrainian authorities said the fight for the town continued. Since its invasion of Ukraine on Feb. 24, Moscow has prioritized taking full control of the Donbas—a region made up of the Donetsk and... Read more
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A Japanese man suspected of shooting Japan’s former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in July 2022 was charged with murder and firearms law violations on Friday after undergoing psychiatric evaluation. Tetsuya Yamagami, 42, was charged with the murder of Abe, Japan’s longest-serving leader. Abe was shot and killed during a campaign... Read more
Published on: 2023-01-13
Former White House counselor Kellyanne Conway wrote Friday that it’s foolish to write off former President Donald Trump’s 2024 chances amid investigations and other legal troubles as well as the rise of other Republicans. “Shrugging off Mr. Trump’s 2024 candidacy or writing his political obituary is a fool’s errand—he endures... Read more
Published on: 2023-01-13
News Analysis The vote by the new GOP House majority on Jan. 10 to establish a select subcommittee, with broad subpoena powers, for the purpose of scrutinizing actions by the executive branch and the “weaponization” of the government for political ends is a welcome development, but may not go far... Read more
Published on: 2023-01-13
Treat yourself to the some amazing pancakes made with the most ancient form of wheat known to Man… Directions Treat yourself to the some amazing pancakes made with the most ancient form of wheat known to Man. Einkorn wheat has remained untouched by modern hybridization and large-scale agriculture. It is... Read more
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