by: Brent Smith
Chicago currently has about $10 billion in revenue to pay its $46.5 billion worth of bills.
That amounts to each taxpayer owing $39,400. Yet somehow they found $66 million to build a special Covid-19 field hospital. The hospital stayed open for 22 days and saw a whopping 38 patients. That’s $1.7 million per patient.
We already know that Covid-19 kills a disproportionate amount of elderly, but the real numbers are staggering. After hearing the numbers you should wonder why officials still insist on putting such restrictions on school and college openings.
- The U.S. Space Force has articulated the meaning of “spacepower,” likely the most important definition in the new service’s mission.
- Spacepower is everything from sensors on the ground that peek at satellites to reconnaissance, communications, and navigation satellites in space.
- “Spacepower” doesn’t include armed spaceships … yet.
The U.S. Space Force has finally articulated its vision of “spacepower.” The service’s new Space Capstone doctrine describes spacepower as what military systems will be used to further American power on Earth. While spacepower doesn’t currently include actual spaceships and laser guns, that’s probably just a matter of time.
from Conservative Review:
John Weed was enjoying the Frederick County, Maryland, Fair last September when a group of teens surrounded him and beat him to death. One of the two brothers involved who later spat on Weed’s lifeless body has now been sentenced by the judge. Did he get the death penalty, which is what Weed suffered in front of his own family in broad daylight at a rural county fair? Nope, he was told to report to anger management class. Welcome to justice in America?
from the Blaze:
Democratic State House candidate suggests Minnesota suburb be burned down: ‘I didn’t come here to be peaceful’
by: Brent Smith
Last Friday, a Los Angeles County Superior Court judge granted Los Angeles church-goers the right to worship inside the Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, despite Governor Gavin Newsom’s draconian restrictions.
“Superior Court Judge Gregory Alarcon ruled that [Los Angeles County-based] Grace Community Church can continue to hold indoor services as long as worshippers wear face coverings and practice social distancing,” writes the Blaze.
For many conservatives, this was hailed as a major victory, striking a legal blow at the heart of the radical, anti-religion left.
Well, I guess, in one sense, it kind-of is, if one only considers the case superficially. But looking at this situation through a constitutionalist lense – even a Common one (get it?), it’s only a partial win.