California Bill Would Ban Police Officers That Express Religious Or Conservative Views

The California State Assembly has introduced a new bill that would ban police officers who have made public comments supporting religious or conservative views. Those who proposed the bill say it simply removes officers who have engaged in “hate speech” or are affiliated with a “hate group.” But the strategic way the bill is written would cause many officers to lose their jobs or be prohibited from serving, simply for stating their religious or conservative beliefs. State Rep. Ash Kalra (D-San Jose) introduced the bill. She deceptively named it the…

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Biden Admin: Separating Students By Race Is Not Discrimination

President Joe Biden’s Department of Education is reversing a decision that declared racially segregated “affinity groups” to be a form of segregation.  In the last days of the Trump administration, the Department of Education determined racial “affinity groups” to be discriminatory because they treated students and staff differently based on race. Biden’s Education Department has suspended this decision.  Racial “affinity groups” are used in K-12 schools as well as higher education institutions across the country. They separate students and staff based on race to give black people a “safe space”…

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Democrats Hire Former Violent Inmate for Diversity Advisor

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) hired a man who has admitted to shootings and dealing drugs to be a senior adviser for diversity and inclusion. Dyjuan Tatro, who is known for appearing in the 2019 PBS documentary series “College Behind Bars,” where inmates work to get degrees while they are in prison, was hired by the DCCC after serving a six-year prison sentence for racketeering conspiracy. When he was convicted in 2011, he was already in prison for shooting two rival gang members in 2006, The New York Post…

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Mark Cuban Stops Playing National Anthem During Mavericks Home Games

Dallas Mavericks Game

Mark Cuban, owner of the Dallas Mavericks, told ESPN that his team will no longer be playing the national anthem before home games. The decision is not temporary and the team has no intention of resuming the long-held tradition. The Mavericks are the first major American sports team to stop the playing of the national anthem. The Mavericks have not played the national anthem before any of their 13 preseason and regular-season games. But until now, Cuban had not publicly announced the policy change. Before making the decision, Cuban consulted…

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“Group of College Kids” to Administer Vaccine

Covid-19 Vaccine Needle

To help administer Covid-19 vaccines, the City of Philadelphia enlisted the help of Philly Fighting COVID, which a start-up describing itself as a “group of college kids” with little to no medical experience. The organization is now being questioned for switching to a for-profit group without telling the city and allegedly stealing vaccine viles. Before these accusations, Philly Fighting COVID appeared on NBC’s “Today,” where they explained that the company’s CEO Andrei Doroshin was a graduate student at Drexel University and had previously used 3-D printers to mass produce free…

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Is Pete Buttigieg Going to Raise the Federal Gas Tax?

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg

Incoming Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg suggested raising the federal gas tax to fund infrastructure initiatives. He made the announcement at his confirmation hearing before the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee. Florida Republican Senator Rick Scott asked Buttigieg if he would support a federal gas tax increase to pay for the Highway Trust Fund. Buttigieg responded, “Well, I think all options need to be on the table. As you know, the gas tax has not been increased since 1993, and it’s never been pegged to inflation. And it’s one of…

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Joe Biden Reveals His Covid-19 Plan

Joe Biden And Jill Biden

The Biden Administration has a “theme” for each day of January. Thursday’s focus was Covid-19 response. As outlined in the national strategy released this week, the Biden Administration will utilize the Defense Production Act (DPA) to boost the manufacturing of gloves, masks, swabs, syringes, and other items necessary for COVID testing and vaccine distribution. The DPA, enacted at the start of the Korean War, authorizes the president to force businesses to accept and prioritize contracts for supplies deemed necessary for national defense – regardless of any losses incurred. Any business…

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The Lawsuit That Bankrupted the NRA

NRA Logo

The National Rifle Association is filing for bankruptcy and moving to Texas as New York Attorney General Letitia James (D) pursues legal action against the organization. “The NRA’s claimed financial status has finally met its moral status: bankrupt,” wrote James on Twitter. “While we review its bankruptcy filing, we will not allow @NRA to use this or any other tactic to evade accountability and my office’s oversight.” James sued the gun rights group in August, accusing CEO Wayne LaPierre and other NRA executives of using more than $63 million of…

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San Francisco Replacing Police Officers with Social Workers

San Francisco Police Car

San Francisco’s Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) framework has six open situations for cops. In any case, they are rather filling those situations with social laborers to deal with issues including the destitute and individuals with psychological maladjustment or chronic drug use. As indicated by the San Francisco Chronicle, the public travel framework has $2 million in its financial plan to use to fill the opportunities (for a normal compensation and advantages bundle worth about $333,000). They will utilize this to recruit a director and “20 emergency intercession trained professionals.”…

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California to Release Thousands of Convicted Sex Offenders from Prison

Prison Cell

The California Supreme Court ruled that thousands of convicted sex offenders may be eligible for early release from prison under a ballot measure that voters approved four years ago. The ballot measure is referred to as Proposition 57. It was written by then-Governor Jerry Brown (D. Nearly two-thirds of the electorate passed the measure. The intent of the initiative was to reduce the state’s prison population, saying any person guilty of a “nonviolent felony offense” would be eligible for early parole. Brown said he never intended for it to include…

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