Congress recently blocked the Pentagon from moving more than $1 billion that defense officials had wanted to use instead on programs they consider higher priorities.
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Former secretary of state and military leader General Colin Powell has died of COVID-19 complications, his family says. Powell, 84, was fully vaccinated and received treatment at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center before succumbing to the deadly respiratory illness. What are the details? In a social media announcement on his death, Powell’s family said,
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I am still amazed when a public figure like Senator Chuck Schumer opens his yap and spews nonsense and lies. His latest gaffe concerns aviation security–specifically, who can do screening of passengers at airports. The TSA should use its canine teams to keep airport security lines moving if there is a worker shortage amid the
Madeline and Emily discuss CNN’s Stelter and his recent tone-deaf response to Bari Weiss’s concerns about cancel culture and corporate media agenda-setting.
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Gov. Newsom Signs Cultural Marxist Bills Op-Ed Authored by John Seiler via The Epoch Times, The California Legislature passed 836 bills this year, of which Gov. Gavin Newsom signed 770. That’s 92 percent. He vetoed only 66, or 8 percent. That’s about average for governors in recent years. It’s also a reason the legislature ought
Central Banks Will Have To “Pick Their Poison” Earlier today we pointed out the fireworks taking place in the gilt short-end, where 2Y yields surged by the most since 2010, spiking by as much as 17bps to 0.75% while GPB 3M libor soared the most since the Lehman failure. The sharp move followed the latest
The following article, Remember MLK? Military cadence video sparks concerns, mockery, was first published on BizPac Review. A video posted on social media sparked a plethora of mockery and concerns for the state of the United States military. In what appears to be a […] Continue reading Remember MLK? Military cadence video sparks concerns, mockery