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Just another Friday night in Sacramento. Sacramento shooting in historic district leaves at least 4 wounded: report.

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Just another Friday night in Sacramento. Sacramento shooting in historic district leaves at least 4 wounded: report.

At least four people are hurt after a shooting in Old Sacramento late Friday night, according to police.

Roads surrounding the Old Sacramento area have been blocked off as police investigate the shooting. The shooting happened near Delta King and Joe’s Crab Shack.

There were no reports of any arrests but police said there was no active shooter in the area, according to KCRA.

 

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COVID Biden Pandemic Opinion Politics

So who’s putting out misinformation on COVID-19?

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So who’s putting out misinformation on COVID-19? The Surgeon General is worried about misinformation out there being spread about COVID-19. Now he’s afraid about folks not being properly informed.

Now we have the CDC releasing this on vaccines and masks for school children.  Vaccinated teachers and students don’t need to wear masks inside school buildings, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Friday in relaxing its COVID-19 guidelines.

The nation’s top public health agency is not advising schools to require shots for teachers and vaccine-eligible kids. And it’s not offering guidance on how teachers can know which students are vaccinated or how parents will know which teachers are immunized.

But now we have the fauch saying children from the age of three need to mask up. And the county of  LA is saying mask up indoors. So will the surgeon general get on the fauch and LA county for their misinformation?

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My two cents. Patriots in Cuba, Hong Kong, and Venezuela. But not in Blue States and Cities.

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My two cents. Patriots in Cuba, Hong Kong, and Venezuela. But not in Blue states and Cities. Has anyone noticed how folks fighting for Democracy are waving American flags? Yes folks outside of the USA.

Recently I received an e-mail where a person was from the left, but was shocked that a white  progressive was bragging how they wouldn’t fly an American flag, but would fly three flags that were Italian flags. I guess a gift from Benito to one of his mistresses.

But folks in Blue states and cities are burning them. What am I missing? 

Trading every foreigner who loves the U.S. for every resident who hates it? Did Ben Shapiro just read my mind? I thought that exact thought today! And I completely agree.

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Biden Pandemic Economy Opinion Politics Reprints from others.

Reprint. Thanks Joe Biden. Why we need to change course in 2022. Inflation higher than expected in June as price index rises 5.4%.

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Thanks Joe Biden. Why we need to change course in 2022. Inflation higher than expected in June as price index rises 5.4%. But but the fed said this is just short term remember? Yeah right.

Inflation continued its rapid surge in June, rising its fastest pace in nearly 13 years, the Labor Department reported Tuesday.

The consumer price index increased 5.4% from a year ago, the largest jump since just before the financial crisis. Economists surveyed by Dow Jones had been expecting a 5% gain.

Stripping out volatile food and energy prices, the core CPI rose 4.5%, the sharpest move for that measure since September 1991 and well above the estimate of 3.8%. On a monthly basis, headline and core prices both rose 0.9% against 0.5% estimates.

 

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Education Opinion Politics Uncategorized

My two cents. Who are the folks that support CRT?

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Who are the folks that support CRT? Besides the usual Union teachers, I see very few Minorities. Why is that? This CRT is supposed to make things right. Get rid of white supremacy. So what’s the dirty little secret? Those who are supporting CRT are mostly white progressives who are elderly and have no children in our school system.

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The Courts Opinion Politics

Reprint. Federal Judge Won’t Block Challenged Parts Of Georgia Election Law For Now

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Federal Judge Won’t Block Challenged Parts Of Georgia Election Law For Now.

A federal judge on Wednesday declined to block some challenged sections of Georgia’s new election law ahead of two runoff elections next week, but he didn’t rule out the possibility for future elections.

Election integrity activists had asked U.S. District Judge J.P. Boulee to prohibit the state from enforcing sections of the new law that have to do with observation of elections, as well as a new deadline for requesting absentee ballots. Their request arose from one of eight federal lawsuits challenging the new law.

The Republican-backed overhaul of election rules enacted this year has been blasted by Democrats and others who say it creates unnecessary obstacles to voting, particularly for people of color. Most of the lawsuits, including one filed last month by the U.S. Department of Justice, challenge the parts of law that critics say threaten voting rights.

The targeted request that led to Wednesday’s ruling didn’t focus on the most commonly criticized parts of the law. The challenged provisions mostly have to do with monitoring or photographing parts of the election process.

The activists, led by the Coalition for Good Governance, said the challenged sections of the law criminalize normal election observation activities and could intimidate voters, election observers and members of the news media. A tighter absentee ballot request deadline makes it virtually impossible to request an absentee ballot for a runoff, they argue.

Lawyers for the state countered that the provisions reinforce protections that were already in place and are necessary for election integrity.

Two state House districts held special elections June 15 and are set to hold runoff elections on Tuesday. Boulee wrote in his ruling that making changes now could risk “disrupting the administration of an ongoing election.”

Marilyn Marks, executive director of the Coalition for Good Governance, expressed disappointment but said she’s pleased that Boulee’s order was limited to the July runoffs.

“We’re concerned about the voter confusion that will no doubt occur with these little-known rapid changes to the rules,” she said.

Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said this is “just another in a line of frivolous lawsuits” against the state’s election law, adding, “We will continue to meet them and beat them in court.”

The challenged provisions prohibit observers from: intentionally observing a voter in a way that allows them to see how the person is voting; reporting anything they see during absentee ballot processing to anyone other than an election official; estimating or tallying the number of absentee ballots cast or any votes on the absentee ballots cast; and photographing the touchscreen of a voting machine while a voter is voting, or photographing a voted ballot.

The final challenged provision sets an absentee ballot application deadline 11 days before an election.

Boulee is presiding over all eight of the lawsuits challenging the state’s new law. He held a hearing last week on the narrow request at issue because the activists had asked for an emergency temporary ruling on those parts of the law. There haven’t been any similar requests for immediate action in the other lawsuits.

Boulee said in his order that he found the timing in this case problematic. The law was signed in late March and the request to block these provisions was filed the day before the House special elections, he noted. 

The law is now in effect and barring its enforcement, he wrote, “would change the law in the ninth inning.” But he said he reserves judgment on the propriety of taking steps to block any of the challenged parts of the law for future elections.

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Biden Pandemic Opinion Politics

Have you heard the latest? Being an indentured servant only pays about $176,000 a year.

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Have you heard the latest? Being an indentured servant only pays about $176,000 a year. Yes my friends we have several folks from Congress who are not free. I call them indentured servants, but they say black folks aren’t free, so I guess they call it slavery.

Just think about this. Back in the day when Democrats legally owned slaves, did they ever think that some day they would be paying slaves about $176,000 a year?

So Congresswomen Bush and Waters can not enjoy the freedoms that white folks have. I guess $176,000 doesn’t buy that much.

 

 

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Reprint. Red states lead economic recovery, giving GOP ammo against Biden’s spending plans.

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Red states lead economic recovery, giving GOP ammo against Biden’s spending plans.

States with Republican governors are leading the recovery from the Covid-19 economic shock, complicating President Joe Biden’s push for a new sweeping infusion of federal aid.

Of the 15 states that have returned to pre-pandemic levels of economic activity, 12 are led by Republican governors, Federal Reserve data shows. Of the 10 states reporting the lowest levels of activity since January 2020, seven — including New York, Pennsylvania and Illinois — are run by Democratic governors.

Red states are also reporting lower unemployment numbers.

Businesses, economists and policymakers are divided over whether conservative governors’ policies on jobless benefits and Covid-19 restrictions — many of them chose not to issue stay-at-home orders at all — are actually helping their economies or if their states’ industries simply didn’t fall as far behind during the pandemic.

Still, the uneven recovery and the lackluster job growth reported in both April and May have given Republicans ammunition to repudiate Biden’s expensive aid plans. They’ve also ignited concerns among conservatives that the federal assistance — especially the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan that passed without GOP support in March — should have focused more on who needed help the most.

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Opinion Politics The Courts

Hey Democrats, be afraid be very afraid.

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Hey Democrats, be afraid be very afraid. Thursday’s Supreme Court ruling on ballot harvesting ends the Democrats attempt to suppress the vote. Odds are that the governments case against Georgia is going no where. Hopefully Republicans in states like California will follow Arizona’s lead. Ballot harvesting must go by the way side forever.

Today’s Supreme Court ruling upheld Arizona’s common sense election law, preventing the fraud-laden practices of ballot harvesting and counting of ballots in the wrong precinct.

“The Supreme Court’s ruling on Arizona’s election law reinforces the argument that MLB’s decision to move the All-Star game out of Atlanta had no objective merit,” said Job Creators Network legal counsel Howard Kleinhendler. “It was a heartless decision based on MLB’s desire to identify with the woke cancel culture.”

Don’t be surprised if you see Republican Senators in Arizona and Georgia.

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Reprint. Eric Bolling Signs On To Host Show On Newsmax.

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Eric Bolling Signs On To Host Show On Newsmax.

Newsmax has added Eric Bolling to its lineup, with plans for him to host a new show in July.

Further details will be announced, but Bolling will begin to serve as a guest host on shows starting on Monday.

Bolling most recently was a regular host on Sinclair Broadcast Group, with a weekly Sunday morning talk show America This Week with Eric Bolling, as well as occasional specials including a town hall in October with then-President Donald Trump. In February he and Brett Favre launched the podcast Bolling with Favre, in a partnership with LiveXLive’s PodcastOne

Chris Ruddy, the CEO of Newsmax, said in a statement that Bolling was “a consummate media professional who isn’t afraid to ask tough questions, get provocative answers and challenge establishment thinking.” Bolling

Bolling was previously at Fox News. In 2017, he was suspended pending results of an investigation into allegations he sent lewd photos to female colleagues. Bolling denied the allegations but parted ways with the network.

After the death of Bolling’s son Eric Chase to the opioid fentanyl in 2017, Bolling created a foundation in his name, dedicated to ending the opioid crisis. The foundation recently partnered with GOYA Foods and Major League Baseball’s Texas Rangers.

 

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