WWE boss Vince McMahon was raided by federal agents in response to a grand jury subpoena related to allegations of sexual misconduct. McMahon, 77, announced his retirement from the WWE last year amid an investigation into sexual misconduct. The Sun reported: WWE executive chairman Vince McMahon has been hit with a federal grand jury subpoena.
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Image: @shannonsharpeee/Twitter In the middle of the afternoon on Monday, at least nine men brazenly robbed a Gucci store at a mall in Century City in Los Angeles. This is what happens when you refuse to prosecute shoplifters. The grab-and-dash heist, showing thousands of dollars of goods being stolen, was caught on video. Damn they
The American Library Association (ALA) is tracking anti-pornography legislation that it deems harmful in an effort to kill the bills, according to the organization’s website. The ALA argues that bills that prohibit librarians from providing minors with sexually explicit material and require electronic devices to automatically block pornography are “adverse” to a librarian’s success and
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The Corruption Of Science By Politics Authored by Jeffrey A. Tucker via The Epoch Times Newsletter, Been to the movies lately? Maybe you are trying them out again. They seemed to have improved under the desperate desire to get audiences back. I know there are reasonable criticisms but I found “Barbie” to be fun, if
From August 22 through 24th, an extended coalition of over 40 nations which has become known as BRICS+ will meet in Johannesburg, South Africa. Among the likely topics of discussion is the feasibility of setting up a jointly-owned international financial institution. It would be funded by gold deposits, issue a currency, and extend loans tied
OPINION The indictment of Donald Trump by special counsel Jack Smith is page after page of partisan political rhetoric aimed directly at his free speech rights. However, it has more substance than the New York City charges. In D.C., that’s enough to convict him. Smith attacked DJT for his views of the election and for
by Mark Schwendau Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker (D), who is in his second term after making billions as part of the Hyatt Hotel chain, signed Illinois House Bill 3751, which passed with bipartisan support during the spring session. That bill allows non-citizens to enter the profession as law enforcement officers in Illinois. The bill was