Pennsylvania lawmakers plan bill to send illegal immigrants to Delaware, Biden’s home state

U.S. 01/15/22, 16:00

Pennsylvania lawmakers led by Republican State Senator Mario Scavello announced that they will introduce a bill seeking to relocate illegal immigrants arriving in Pennsylvania on Biden administration-sponsored flights to Delaware, the president's home state. To criticize Joe Biden's immigration policies, Scavello announced his intentions to introduce legislation that would transport undocumented ...

North Korea fires rail-launched missiles in response to U.S. sanctions.

U.S. 01/15/22, 14:56

In its third weapons launch this month, North Korea confirmed Saturday that it test-fired train-launched ballistic missiles in apparent retaliation for new sanctions imposed by the Biden administration over its continued test launches. As reported by The Guardian, citing North Korea's official news agency, KCNA, the drill was to "verify and ...

‘Airport buffer zones’: What you need to know about 5G rollout

U.S. 01/14/22, 22:43

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) released a list of 50 U.S. airports that will have buffer zones when 5G C-band service is activated on January 19 by cellular operators. "FAA's efforts to implement mitigations for airports that may be most impacted by disruptions generated by the deployment of new 5G service," stated Airlines ...

Republican senators report new record fundraising haul in 2021

2022 Campaign 01/14/22, 16:34

The National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC), a campaign arm of the Senate Republicans, made an off-year record-breaking fundraising haul of $104.8 million in 2021. According to Breitbart, the NRSC released the figure in an announcement on Wednesday, Jan. 14, in which the GOP senators touted their ability to raise funds and beat off-year records ...

The leader of the Capitol riots on Jan. 6, 2021 arrested

D.C. 01/14/22, 15:39

Federal investigators arrested Oath Keepers commander Stewart Rhodes in Texas on Thursday morning, more than a year after the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. In connection with last year's Capitol siege, nine more people have been charged with multiple counts. In the year since pro-Trump rioters stormed the Capitol ...

Parents express concern over satanic temple school workshop in Illinois

U.S. 01/14/22, 15:13

The Satanic temple—an alleged "religion"—set up a didactic workshop for students that generated anger and concern among parents who learned about it from a flyer circulated at the school. A controversial school workshop for first through fifth graders on the Satanic temple was established at Jane Addams Elementary School in Moline, ...

US inflation soars to 7%, the highest in 40 years

U.S. 01/14/22, 01:17

According to the Consumer Price Index (CPI) News Release published by the U.S. Bureau of Statistics on Wednesday, Jan. 12, the CPI "rose 7.0% for the 12 months ending December, the largest 12-month increase since the period ending June 1982." This trend was largely anticipated by many. However, while the Biden ...

Pompeo warns Olympic athletes of ‘nastiest’ Chinese regime surveillance

U.S. 01/13/22, 18:28

Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo warned athletes who will compete in what has been dubbed the "Genocide Olympics" to be held in Beijing, China, next month about the nasty surveillance system they will be subjected to by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).  Based on experience, Pompeo describes some deprivations to ...

US finalizes sanctions options in case Russia invades Ukraine after failed talks

D.C. 01/13/22, 17:54

White House officials said that the United States had finalized sanctions if Russia invades Ukraine after NATO and Russia met for "make or break" talks on the Ukraine crisis that ended without Russia's commitments on de-escalation. U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman told reporters on Wednesday, Jan. 12, that Russian President Vladimir ...