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DeSantis signs transgender bathroom bill, bans gender-affirming care, expands ‘Don’t Say Gay’ law

DiSantis signs draconian aamti gay and trans bills

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) on Wednesday signed four bills that will substantially alter the everyday lives of LGBTQ people in the state in what advocacy groups have condemned as a “slate of hate” against the community.

DeSantis gave final approval to legislation banning gender-affirming medical care for transgender youths, expanding a controversial state education law that limits classroom instruction on sexual orientation and gender identity and placing additional restrictions on drag performances.


Cops say they're being poisoned by fentanyl. Experts say the risk is "extremely low"

Police claim to being overdosed on fentanyl

Last December, Officer Courtney Bannick was on the job for the Tavares, Florida, police department when she came into contact with a powder she believed was street fentanyl.

The footage from another officer's body camera shows Bannick appearing to lose consciousness before being lowered to the ground by other cops.

"I was light-headed a little bit," Bannick later told WKMG, a local television station. "I was choking, I couldn't breathe."

Other officers can be heard on the tape describing Bannick's medical condition as an overdose. They administered Narcan, a medication that reverses opioid poisoning.

"She's breathing," a cop says. "Stay with me!"


The Department of Education updates guidance on public school prayer

School prayer guidance by Dept.of Education

The U.S. Department of Education has issued updated guidance on prayer and other religious expressions in public schools.

The guidance follows last year's U.S. Supreme Court decision Kennedy vs. Bremerton, which held that a public school district could not stop a football coach from praying on the 50-yard line after games. The court ruled that such prayer was a personal religious observance and that preventing someone from engaging in such a practice violated the First Amendment's protections for free speech and the free exercise of religion.


US high schooler earns ‘incredible’ $9m in scholarship offers

 Dennis BarnesA high school student in Louisiana has received more than $9m in scholarship offers, an amount that leaves him at least close to clinching what is believed to be a US record.

Dennis Barnes has been offered aid from 125 colleges and universities, after maintaining a cumulative grade point average of 4.98, among other academic accomplishments, at International high school in New Orleans.

Hoping to collect more than $10m in offered scholarships, he is waiting on responses from a number of the 200 colleges to which he applied, school officials said.

Barnes’s scholarship offer success rivals that of another Louisianan, Normandie Cormier. In 2019, as she prepared to graduate from Early College academy in Lafayette, Cormier received almost $9m in scholarship offers from nearly 140 schools.

UK and Netherlands agree ‘international coalition’ to help Ukraine procure F-16 jets

UK and Netherlands will send Ukraine F-16s

Prime minister Rishi Sunak and Dutch leader Mark Rutte have agreed to build an “international coalition” to help procure F-16 fighter jets for Ukraine, the British government has announced.

A Downing Street spokesperson said Sunak and Rutte “would work to build an international coalition to provide Ukraine with combat air capabilities, supporting with everything from training to procuring F-16 jets”.

“The prime minister reiterated his belief that Ukraine’s rightful place is in Nato and the leaders agreed on the importance of allies providing long-term security assistance to Ukraine to guarantee they can deter against future attacks.


Biden cancels Australia and Papua New Guinea visit as debt limit crisis looms

Biden with Congressional leaders

Joe Biden has cancelled a planned visit to Australia and Papua New Guinea to focus on debt limit talks as Washington stares into the abyss of a potentially catastrophic default.

Biden still plans to head to Hiroshima, Japan, on Wednesday for the Group of Seven (G7) summit with leaders from some of the world’s leading economies. But he called off what was to be the first visit by a sitting US president to Papua New Guinea and a stop in Australia, where he was to meet with other leaders of the so-called Quad.

The move came as Biden hosted a fresh round of talks with congressional leaders at the White House in an effort to break the deadlock – and faced criticism from his left flank over rumored concessions to Republicans.


UN Marks First Commemoration Of 1948 Nakba That Displaced Over 750,000 Palestinians

Nakba 75Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas urged the United Nations on Monday to suspend Israel’s membership unless it implements resolutions establishing separate Jewish and Arab states and allows the return of Palestinian refugees.

Abbas spoke during the first official U.N. commemoration of the flight of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians from what is now Israel following the U.N.’s partition of British-ruled Palestine into separate Jewish and Arab states 75 years ago.

Israel’s U.N. ambassador, Gilad Erdan, had sent letters to General Assembly ambassadors condemning the commemoration and urging them not to attend what he called an “abominable event” and a “blatant attempt to distort history.” He said those who attended would be condoning antisemitism and giving a green light to Palestinians “to continue exploiting international organs to promote their libelous narrative.”

Israel and the United States were among those that boycotted the commemoration of what is known as the Nakba, or catastrophe.


Body of missing 4-year-old boy from South Boston found after extensive search

Body of missing four year old foundThe body of a missing 4-year-old South Boston boy who went missing Sunday has been found, Massachusetts State Police said in a tweet Monday.

Police first announced they were searching for the boy, Mohemed Fofena, at 9:21 p.m. Sunday. He was reported missing from Castle Island.

The boy was with his older sister and their grandfather at the park shortly after 7 p.m. Sunday, reported Boston television station WCVB. His grandfather said the park was crowded and he was on the phone for 10 to 15 minutes while the children played. When it was time to head home, the boy was nowhere to be found.

His grandfather reported him missing at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, the outlet said. His mother said the kindergartener was autistic and was not able to communicate.


Joe Biden is definitely going to prison! As soon as the GOP finds its missing informant.

GOP informant missing

I’ve got great news: President Joe Biden is for sure going to prison!

How do I know this? Because Republican lawmakers on the House Oversight Committee have said they have an airtight case against Biden, and they’ll get down to the business of imprisoning him just as soon as they locate their key informant, who they now say is missing.

“Unfortunately, we can’t track down the informant,” GOP Rep. James Comer told Fox News on Sunday. “We’re hopeful that the informant is still there.”

We’re all very hopeful! And we certainly have no reason to doubt Republican claims of vast criminal wrongdoing by Biden. Just last week, the oversight committee released a preliminary report on its four-month-long investigation that showed, definitively, what Fox News’ Steve Doocy described as “no evidence that Joe Biden did anything illegally.”

GOTCHA, SLEEPY JOE! We all know what criminal masterminds like Biden are best at: Not leaving evidence that shows they did anything illegally. Checkmate.


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