Virginia teen told to remove American flags from his truck, he refused and left the school
Report: A teenage young man in Virginia has refused instructions from administrators at his high school to take two American flags off of his pickup truck. He has instead decided, along with his parents, to leave the school and be home-schooled.Read full story
Mexico complains as Texas places floating barriers in Rio Grande, Dems call it "dangerous stunt"
Report: Through diplomatic channels, the government of Mexico has sent a note to the US Government, complaining of possible treaty violations about boundaries and water. The state of Texas has started installing floating barriers along the Rio Grande, in order to help curb illegal immigration.Read full story
USAF General: NATO and USA weapons stockpiles "dangerously low", "no short term fix"
Report: Primarily because of the heavy amounts of weapons and ammunition sent to Ukraine, for their war against Russia, the United States' stocks are getting "dangerously low", according to the commander of the US Air Force in Europe (USAFE). He added that there don't seem to be any "short term" solutions to the problem either.Read full story
Man and dog rescued at sea after two months, survived on raw fish and rainwater
Report: A man from Australia has been rescued off the Pacific Ocean after lasting for two months on raw fish, in a situation similar to Tom Hanks' film "Cast Away". The man also had his pet dog, who also survived, with them both also drinking rainwater to stay hydrated.Read full story
Chris Christie: in a cage match, "I'd kick Trump's a*s"
Notice - Some readers may find details to be hilarious - Report: 60-year-old Chris Christie, 2024 presidential candidate and former two-term GOP governor of New Jersey, says he would win a UFC-style cage match against Donald Trump, if they both fought in real life. In recent times, tech titans Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk, and their people, have traded barbs on social media, about a possible MMA-type fight between the two.Read full story
Civil War coins over $2 million, "Great Kentucky Hoard" found in corn field
Report: A sizeable Civil War coin stash has been found somewhere in the Bluegrass State, Kentucky. The find is being billed as "The Great Kentucky Hoard", with over 700 rare gold coins from the Civil War era with dates between 1850 and 1862. It is publicly unclear who found the stash, and exactly where in the state it was obtained. In Richmond, the owner of Collectors Coins and Jewelry, Alan Barnett, says,Read full story
Michigan hair salon to transgender customers: "Seek services at local pet groomer"
Report: A hair salon in Michigan is being ripped by certain activists after they recently made a Facebook post saying transgender customers were "not welcome". They also suggested trans people should wanting their hair done should “seek services at a local pet groomer.”Read full story
Chicago man microwaves kittens, replaces them with more to abuse
Report: A man from Chicago turned himself in to authorities on Monday, and is alleged to have murdered four or more cats, according to police. Thomas Martel, 22, is charged with four felonies of aggravated cruelty to animals. He also is charged with two felony level counts of animal torture.Read full story
Submarine victims knew implosion coming up to 71 seconds in advance, according to expert
Report: According to an expert from Spain, the five victims who lost their lives on the OceanGate titanic submersible, unfortunately likely did know the end was near. According to his calculations, they were aware of an implosion was about to occur between about 48 and 71 seconds in advance, and that it would be like a "horror movie".Read full story
Ohio cop shoots Golden Retriever, 'Justice for Dixie' rally held
- Details and video may be disturbing to some readers - Report: A community outside of Cleveland, Ohio is in mourning and calling for the firing of a police officer that shot and killed a loose 3 year old golden retriever in front of her devastated family. Officer Elliott Palmer, of the Lorain Police Department, is seen Sunday on bodycam firing at and hitting the dog with multiple rounds. Palmer has since been placed on leave, video here.Read full story
Mark Zuckerberg spends over $40million on personal security, but donates to defund police
Report: Leader of tech giant Meta (Facebook) Mark Zuckerberg seems to be in a contradiction when it comes to safety, according to many observers. The social media boss through his company has spent around $43.4 million for his personal security detail in the past three years. However, at the same time his charitable foundation has given millions of dollars to organizations that want to defund, or totally get rid of police departments.Read full story
CDC: trans-people can "chestfeed" babies, accused of ignoring risks to children
Atlanta - The CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) has now published via their website, guidance for trans or non-binary people how to "chestfeed" their babies. In the section of the government health institution's guide to breastfeeding, there is now info for people who have had their breasts removed in gender-reassignment surgery. It also has guidance on biological men taking hormones to grow breasts, and how they can feed their infant children.Read full story
DeSantis spokesman: "we are way behind" Trump, even after indictments numbers rising
Report: Tallahassee, Florida - The spokesman for a major super PAC fundraising organization for Governor Ron DeSantis is openly admitting the 2024 GOP candidate is "way behind". The polls from coast-to-coast are showing the DeSantis people are "fighting uphill" against former President Donald Trump in the GOP primary race.Read full story
Ben & Jerry's July 4th: "The US exists on stolen indigenous land", angry customers: "boycott like Bud Light"
Report: In a July 4th social media message that some may view as an attack on America, Ben & Jerry's, the Vermont based ice cream giant, said the USA is on “stolen Indigenous land”. The company divided fans over its Independence Day post, tweeting, “The United States was founded on stolen indigenous land. This Fourth of July, let’s commit to returning it.”Read full story
Beer CEO: Bud Light boycotters should "think about the employees", says they're being hurt
Report: The CEO of Anheuser-Busch says that he wants people who have boycotted Bud Light to put the blame on him for the infamous Dylan Mulvaney promotion. He says he doesn't want customers to punish the 65,000 employees who make their paycheck through Anheuser-Busch. On Wednesday, CEO Brendan Whitworth, a former Marine and CIA spy, spoke to CBS about running America's biggest beer brewer and said the buck stops with him regarding the promotion that featured trans-woman Mulvaney.Read full story
Will people with domestic abuse charges be allowed to have guns? Supreme court will decide
Report: The Supreme Court of the United States has made the choice to decide if people under domestic violence restraining orders will be allowed to have guns. On Friday it was announced the court will hear the case United States v. Rahimi, in its next term, which starts in October.Read full story
Trump: 'Crooked' Biden was 'trying to buy votes' with student loan forgiveness plans
Report: On Friday, former President of the United States Donald Trump ripped President Biden's student loan forgiveness plan. Trump called Biden a crook while also highlighting the fact the Supreme Court struck down the plan as unconstitutional, in a decision on Biden v. Arkansas.Read full story
WNBA Player: "America is trash in so many ways", after Supreme Court decisions
Report: A WNBA player has attacked the USA after a few major rulings by the Supreme Court, this week. After Thursday's announcement that affirmative action in college admissions has to end, as a violation of the equal protection clause, on Friday the court announced more rulings.Read full story
Biden walks off TV interview way early, host tries to play it off
Report: President of the United States Joseph R. Biden, 80, got up and wandered off a live TV set on MSNBC, before the segment seemed to be over. (video here) With the cameras rolling and the red lights still on, the president got up and shook hands with Nicole Wallace the host, awkwardly walked away. The host was forced to hurry and thank the president for agreeing to the interview.Read full story
ESPN cuts 20 on-air stars in surprise layoffs, network says it needs to save money
Report: Sports giant ESPN has axed a number of its biggest on-air stars like, Jeff Van Gundy, Max Kellerman, Keyshawn Johnson, Suzy Kolber, and Jalen Rose. In is surprise round of layoffs, where around 20 on-air people have been canned on Friday, because the network needs to save millions of dollars. The Post reports it's in the tens of millions.Read full story