So where do we start? Right here on American soil, of course. It’s important for you to understand what events are shaping our politics and government, but there are other things happening in the world around you as well. Whether we’re exposing new crime statistics, helpful or hurtful medical advancements, or community events, we hope you’ll find the info you truly need right here.

Angel Reese’s Blasts Media As Untrustworthy

Chicago Sky rookie Angel Reese recently expressed her dissatisfaction with media dishonesty, accusing journalists of distorting her words. Following a loss to the Fever, led by Caitlin Clark, Reese kept her responses short during...

San Diego Officials Sued For Violating Homeless Constitutional Rights

San Diego officials are facing a federal class action lawsuit, accused of violating the constitutional rights of homeless individuals by clearing out encampments and discarding their possessions. The lawsuit, which may be decided by...

USC Student Arrested For Fatal Stabbing Of Homeless Man

A 19-year-old University of Southern California (USC) student, Ivan Gallegos, has been arrested for the alleged stabbing and killing of a homeless man accused of breaking into cars near the university's campus. The incident...

Kennedy Jr. Struggles To Meet Debate Criteria

Robert F. Kennedy Jr., an independent candidate, is finding it increasingly challenging to qualify for the first presidential debate on June 27th. Despite achieving notable polling numbers, surpassing those of any third-party candidate since...

Cotton Calls For Equal Justice, Highlights Jan. 6 Defendants’ Cases

Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) has called for a reevaluation of the justice system's handling of January 6 defendants, advocating for the pardoning of many non-violent participants. During an interview on CNN’s “State of the...

NATO Rejects Putin’s Ceasefire Proposal For Ukraine Peace Talks

On June 14, 2024, Russian President Vladimir Putin proposed a ceasefire to permanently end the war in Ukraine and initiate negotiations. Putin's plan includes a full cessation of hostilities and requires Ukraine to withdraw...

‘Pig Book’ Exposes Billions In Wasteful Spending By Congress

The annual “Congressional Pig Book,” published by Citizens Against Government Waste, reveals a staggering $22.7 billion in wasteful spending from last year’s budget. This report, a staple since 1991, catalogs thousands of earmarks—projects funded...

Over 60% Of US Drivers Support Anti-Speeding Technology, Survey Finds

A recent survey by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has found that more than 60% of drivers in the United States would find it acceptable for their vehicles to provide audible and...

Scarlett Johansson to Address Congress on Deepfakes Following OpenAI Dispute

Actress Scarlett Johansson has been invited to testify before a House Technology Subcommittee regarding her recent accusations against OpenAI. Johansson claimed that a voice used in OpenAI's ChatGPT was “eerily similar” to her own,...

WhatsApp Faces Criticism for Inadequate Election Misinformation Policies

Politico is whining about WhatsApp Channels’ lack of specific measures to combat election misinformation. The article, drawing on input from lawmakers and disinformation experts, warned of significant risks in a year when almost half...

Just about everything in the world eventually becomes politicized. So while we hope to expose you to the movements of our local politicians, pending legislation, and geopolitical events, it’s also important for you to understand how just about everything else that happens around you can very quickly become a political issue. No one wants to be over-legislated, and we believe you need to know when our elected officials are moving in the wrong direction.

Louisiana Requires Ten Commandments In Public School Classrooms

In a landmark move, Louisiana has passed legislation requiring the display of the Ten Commandments in every public school classroom by January 1, 2025. This makes Louisiana the first state to enact such a...

Biden Administration’s New IRS Rules Favor Labor Unions In Climate Legislation

The Biden administration finalized new rules on Tuesday that have major implications for labor unions under its key climate legislation, the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA). The finalized rules, established by the Internal Revenue Service...

Biden’s $50 Million Ad Buy: A Strategic Misstep?

The Biden campaign has embarked on a $50 million ad buy aimed at crucial swing states, drawing criticism for what some see as a misguided strategy. Following two significant fundraisers, one in New York...

Senator Chris Murphy’s Stance On Gun Control Criticized

Senator Chris Murphy (D-CT) has faced criticism for his recent comments on gun control, particularly regarding the Supreme Court's decisions on bump stocks and the Second Amendment. Speaking to CNN’s Jake Tapper on “State...

Gunfire Causes Power Outage In North Carolina, Sparking Concerns

Gunfire has been identified as the cause of a fire at a North Carolina power station, leading to a significant power outage. The incident, which occurred on Monday, resulted in 730 customers losing electricity...

FDA Rejects PTSD Therapy, Drawing Criticism From Veterans

An advisory panel for the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) has rejected the authorization of MDMA-assisted therapy for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). This decision has disappointed many, especially given the extensive research supporting the therapy's...

Right-Wing Surge Sets Stage for Austria’s Sept. 29 Election

Austria's next parliamentary election is scheduled for Sept. 29, as announced by the government nearing the end of its five-year term. This announcement follows a notable victory for the far-right Freedom Party in the...

Nashville School Shooter’s Disturbing Journal Reveals Deep-Seated Issues And Murderous Intent

Leaked pages from the journal of Audrey Elizabeth Hale, the Nashville school shooter, reveal a deeply troubled individual with severe "daddy issues" and violent tendencies. Hale, who identified as a trans male, carried out...

BBC Criticized For Suggesting IDF Should Have Warned Gazans Before Hostage Rescue

The BBC is facing heavy criticism after a reporter suggested to former Israel Defense Forces (IDF) spokesperson Jonathan Conricus that the Israeli military should have notified Palestinians before conducting a successful rescue mission in...

Gavin Newsom’s $20 Minimum Wage Law Forces Fast Food Chains To Raise Prices, Cut...

California Governor Gavin Newsom's $20 minimum wage law, which took effect on April 1, has forced fast food chains in the state to raise prices and cut jobs to survive the costly wage increase....

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