United States Postal Service Being Sued for Bias

USPS Truck

Ohio-based electric vehicle manufacturer Workhorse Group is suing the United States Postal Service for bias after it wasn’t chosen to build the agency’s new fleet of delivery trucks. As announced in February, electric vehicles will make up 10% of the new fleet unless Congress allocates additional money to build more. The $3.1 billion contract to build the trucks was awarded to Oshkosh Corporation, an industrial company that designs and builds specialty vehicles including armored trucks for the military. According to Workhorse, Oshkosh has never produced an electric delivery vehicle. In…

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“Statler” Is Back – But It’s Not Who You Think

Richard Painter

You may know Statler as that cranky opinionated old man from “The Muppets” shown above.  With his expressionless face and gravel voice, Statler spews his personal criticisms with hyperbole and supercilious arrogance.  Statler is very funny because you can readily see the satirical silliness of his nature. When I say that “Statler” is back, I am not referring to the Muppet puppet, but rather his real-life doppelganger – a guy named Richard Painter.  To my eye, Statler is a visual caricature of Painter – in looks, voice and demeanor. I made…

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Why Are Capitol Police Officers Departing En Masse?

Capitol Police Officers

More than 70 law enforcement officers have left Washington, DC’s Capitol Police force following the chaotic event of January 6th Democrats like to call an “insurrection.”  Officers have continued to resign despite a proposal from House Democrats to offer $1.9 billion in additional funding to the department. The proposal includes back pay for overtime hours, hazard pay, trauma support, retention bonuses, and expanded access to equipment and training. The proposal allocates $22 million to boost security for lawmakers and establishes a quick-reaction team that would function as a standing force…

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New Guidelines for Opioid Treatment Offer Hope

Pill Bottle Spilled Out

As deaths from dug overdose continue to increase, the Biden Administration has announced a key change affecting the prescription of buprenorphine. The policy, first proposed in January during the Trump Administration, eliminates training requirements for the prescription of buprenorphine and expands eligibility to nurse practitioners, physicians assistants, and certified nurse midwives. Before the change, healthcare workers were forced to take an 8-hour course before they could prescribe buprenorphine. This requirement caused many healthcare workers to avoid the drug entirely. Buprenorphine is a partial opioid agonist that eases the withdrawal symptoms…

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Antifa and BLM Vandalize Monument in New York

Protest In New York City

Black Lives Matter and ANTIFA protesters fought with New York City Police officers and vandalized the USS Maine National Monument Thursday night in Manhattan. The protesters marched to different areas of mid town Manhattan, including the New York Times headquarters where they chanted “F*** The New York Times.” They also marched to the USS Maine National Monument at Columbus Circle, near the entrance to Central Park. They vandalized the statue while raising transgender rights flags. The monument commemorates the sailors that were killed on the ship when it was sunk…

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Cause of Death of Capitol Police Officer Finally Revealed

Brian Sicknick Funeral

Capitol Hill Police Officer Brian Sicknick was one of the main media narratives intended to show that Trump supporters killed a police officer during the riot on Capitol Hill.  As you may recall, Sicknick had returned to his headquarters, where he collapsed.  He was taken to a hospital, where he died the next day. The first false report was that Sicknick died of injuries when he was hit in the head with a fire extinguisher by a Trump supporter.  That story played in the anti-Trump media over and over and…

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Derek Chauvin in Solitary Confinement for 23 Hours a Day

Derek Chauvin

Former Minneapolis police Officer Derek Chauvin has been moved to the state’s highest-security prison, where he is in solitary confinement for 23 hours a day. A jury pronounced Chauvin guilty on all three counts in George Floyd’s death after roughly 10 hours of deliberation. Chauvin was transported to the Minnesota Correctional Facility-Oak Park Heights after the verdict. He was immediately moved to an isolated wing of the prison. Chauvin will be alone in his cell — which contains a bench, mattress pad, shower, and toilet-sink combination — 23 out of…

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Biden Administration Welcomes Research Using Aborted Fetal Tissue

Microscope In A Lab

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) this week reversed a Trump-era policy blocking federally-funded facilities from conducting research using fetal tissue obtained from abortions. Democrats celebrated the decision, praising the Biden Administration for ‘prioritizing science over politics.’ “We applaud the Biden Administration and [HHS] Secretary Xavier Becerra for prioritizing science and reversing the Trump Administration’s arbitrary barriers to both extramural and intramural research on the use of fetal tissue in scientific research,” reads a letter signed by 26 House Democrats. The announcement was met with backlash from Republicans and anti-abortion…

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Facebook Censors Another Huge Story


Facebook is censoring the New York Post. Again. Facebook users reported that they weren’t able to share the link to a story that the Post published about Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors’ recent multimillion-dollar “real estate buying binge.” The Post reported that as Black Lives Matter protests and riots ensued last year after the killing of George Floyd, the group’s co-founder purchased four luxury homes worth a total of $3.2 million. The Post article emphasized the irony of Khan-Cullors, a self-proclaimed Marxist, using money from her movement to buy…

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Pfizer Announcement Throws Vaccine Efficacy Into Question

Pfizer Vaccine

Patients receiving the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine will “likely” need a third dose within the year, said Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla on Thursday. The bad news comes days after federal vaccination sites stopped administering the Johnson & Johnson vaccine due to a small number of recipients developing life-threatening blood clots known as cerebral venous sinus thrombosis. The Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine, which already requires two doses, was lauded as the premier COVID shot due to an estimated effectiveness of 95%. Earlier this month, Pfizer officials claimed that immunity to the virus remained at…

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