Archeologists have discovered fossilized human footprints in Saudi Arabia that help fill in the story of the early migration of our species. Dating back 120,000 years, the tracks are the oldest evidence of the presence of modern humans on the Arabian Peninsula.
by: Brent Smith
As you’re reading this report regarding the wonderful stop-gap spending bill that was recently and overwhelming passed by the House of Representatives to avoid a shutdown, I’d like everyone to bear this in mind. It will make sense as you read on.
Most major cities across the country say they plan to start the school year remotely, including San Diego, Los Angeles, Newark, Nashville, Atlanta, Houston, Dallas, San Francisco, Arlington, Virginia, and Oakland, California.
In NYC, at best, most students can only attend in-person classes no more than three days a week.
In Connecticut, at least 12 schools have closed after teachers or students tested positive, and in New Jersey, at least six districts have said they will switch to remote-only instruction.
In other words, millions of kids will remain at home, remote learning. So why is that we need, “$8 billion in desperately needed nutrition assistance for hungry schoolchildren and families,” if they won’t even be at school?
And don’t blame the messenger, the Blaze, for reporting on it.
from the Blaze:
House passes bipartisan spending deal by a landslide, averting government shutdown
The House of Representatives passed a bipartisan spending bill by a landslide late Tuesday night, which, if passed by the Senate and signed by President Donald Trump, will continue funding the federal government through Dec. 11.
What are the details?
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) announced in a statement ahead of the vote that she had reached a deal with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Republicans for a continuing resolution that would “add nearly $8 billion in desperately needed nutrition assistance for hungry schoolchildren and families.”
“We also increase accountability in the Commodity Credit Corporation, preventing funds for farmers from being misused for a Big Oil bailout,” she said.
The Washington Post reported that the stopgap measure passed “overwhelmingly” in a 358-to-57 vote, noting that Republicans had rejected an earlier “partisan bill” put forward by Democrats the day before.
Not one Democrat voted against the legislation, but 56 Republicans did along with former GOP member Libertarian Justin Amash (Mich.).
by: Brent Smith
Yesterday, I read an article from the Blaze. It was regarding a Spartanburg County Sheriff, Chuck Wright, who refused to apologize to two young black men after a shooting incident.
The two men were charged with attempted murder of sheriff’s deputies on September 13th. They charges have since been reduced to aggravated breach of peace, whatever that is, after a review of evidence showed that the two men, Tarus Mallory, 23, and Akymzee Holbert, 22, who were returning home from a party in North Carolina, did not shoot at the officers.
After the charge was reduced the two were quickly released and free to go.
A protein, previously found to be an effective blood-based biomarker of neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s, has for the first time been detected in the eye. The discovery lays the foundation for promising new diagnostic eye tests hoping to catch neurodegenerative diseases years before symptoms appear.
by: Brent Smith
Let’s play a “did she say it” game. Ready?
“There’s nothing in the Constitution that says the president stops being the president in his last year,” Ginsburg said in a 2016 New York Times interview in which she called for Merrick Garland to receive a confirmation vote in the Senate.
She then added as to whether the Senate should take up a vote on Garland, Ginsburg said at the time, “That’s their job.”
And now number two:
“My most fervent wish is that I will not be replaced until a new president is installed,” Ginsburg told Clara Spera in the days before her death, NPR reported.
According to a recent international study, aviation is responsible for 3.5 percent of all human activities that drive climate change. Airbus is looking to a cleaner future for the commercial aircraft industries, where hydrogen powers the zero-emissions aircraft of tomorrow.
from Brent Smith for World Net Daily:
Election night – it almost seems surreal to imagine that we may not have a victor that evening, or even days, weeks or months after.
I’m convinced more than ever that the left has known for months that Biden won’t defeat Trump – certainly not in a straight-up, fair election. So for months they’ve been setting up the apparatus of chaos to be prepared to act when a winner cannot be determined on Nov. 3.
Check that. If Trump doesn’t win decisively on election night – if it’s at all close, I now believe that the left’s minions in the mainstream media will, in lock step, not just state that it’s too close to call, but that Trump lost.
by: Brent Smith
We on the right have for decades wanted someone who can and will represent us. We’ve hoped for decades for that rare public official – one who can successfully be both statesman and fighter.
When Donald Trump was elected in 2016, I, like so many conservatives, was skeptical at best of the big, brash personality that was and still is Donald Trump.
Trump, as expected, was a fighter from day one, but he has grown to become a statesman for America – the America that once was, and must become again. I was and am thrilled that he has proved me wrong.
from Breitbart (via the Tatum Report):
Exclusive–Nearly 800 Military Family Members Sign Open Letter in Support of Trump
Nearly 800 military family members — including Gold Star families — have signed an open letter to voice their support for President Donald Trump, in the face of attacks in the mainstream media on his patriotism and care for the military.