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The blame for the destruction of West Maui is falling upon Hawaiian Electric who knew as early as four years ago that there was a risk of fire due to their own negligence of maintaining power lines. But did nothing. Hawaiian Electric, who is owned by Vanguard and BlackRock, has been shifting their focus to
I have to admit that in my efforts to analyze and dissect far-left/globalist ideologies and agendas I have come to a point where I am just as fascinated as I am horrified. Consider for a moment the progressive “intersectional” narrative which we often refer to as “woke”: It’s not an activist movement because they already
There’s opinion in this story. Massachusetts Governor Maura Healey declared a state of emergency over the invasion [my word, not hers]. She also asked residents to house them. Massachusett’s shelters are reaching capacity as illegal crossers are bussed into the sanctuary state. As a result, Governor Maura Healey is asking residents to help to open
by Mark Schwendau News about the conservative nonprofit news website Project Veritas (PV), known for its hidden camera sting news reports, has been twofold this week. First, founder James O’Keefe is under investigation by a suburban New York prosecutor’s office over allegations he mistreated workers and misspent organization funds. In February, O’ Keefe was forced
Trump, in early August, pleaded not guilty to four counts.
Buckley was the brother of noted conservative intellectual William F. Buckley Jr., who founded the National Review.
Border Patrol agents at the U.S.-Canadian border saw illegal migrant encounters surge roughly 36% in July, according to federal data updated Friday. Border agents stationed at the northern border recorded 1,154 illegal migrant encounters in July, which is up from 848 in June, according to the data. Northern border authorities have recorded record surges in
These Are The World’s Ten Busiest Airports Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, U.S., was the world’s busiest airport in 2022, with an annual footfall of some 93.7 million passengers. The figure is 24 percent higher than in 2021, but 15 percent lower than in 2019, the year before the pandemic. It is followed by Dallas-Fort Worth Airport,
Athletes Vs Animals… Not Even Close The world’s fastest and fittest have descended on the Hungarian capital of Budapest to compete in the 2023 World Athletics Championships, taking place August 19-27. Sporting events like these show just what humans are capable of. But, out of interest, Statista’s Anna Fleck wondered how do the best of our