Author Archives: Stella Admin

DHS Creates Statue Defense Force to Oppose ‘Violent Anarchists and Rioters’

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has created a task force to help protect federal memorials and statues from the mobs that claim they are symbols of “white supremacy.” “DHS is answering the President’s call to use our law enforcement personnel across the country to protect our historic landmarks,” said a statement from acting DHS secretary Chad Wolf. “We won’t ...

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Trump: I am ‘The Lone Warrior’

President Donald Trump tweeted Tuesday morning: “The Lone Warrior!” The tweet came as President Trump faced unprecedented political pressure from all sides, with Election Day just over four months away. On the left, Trump faces attacks from Democrats and the media over his handling of the coronavirus pandemic, as new surges have appeared since Memorial Day. The surges have occurred ...

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Chief John Roberts Strikes Down Louisiana Abortion Restrictions

Chief Justice John Roberts cast the deciding vote in a 5-4 Supreme Court decision announced Monday striking down Louisiana’s abortion clinic restrictions, siding with the court’s four liberal justices in the landmark case. The case, June Medical Services LLC v. Russo, centered around whether Louisiana could place “health and safety” restrictions on abortion clinics operating within the state, requiring, among ...

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Trump Administration Asks Supreme Court to Ax Obamacare

The zombie government program known as Obamacare just won’t die. Donald Trump has tried several times to end its existence and each time has come up short. The president has, however, been able to chip away at its more onerous aspects, including killing the individual mandate. And the death of the mandate could lead to the death of the entire ...

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Oregon Emergency Bill Would Suspend Due Process Amid COVID-19

Oregon Governor Kate Brown (D-Portland) convened the Oregon legislature into emergency session on Wednesday, which is expected to last two or three days. The agenda has several bills, including HB 4212. That bill includes a clause written by Martha Walters, the chief justice of Oregon’s Supreme Court, at the request of Brown. This clause will allow Walters to suspend due ...

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Authors Quit J.K. Rowling’s Talent Agency After She Defends Biological Sex

Four authors resigned from the Blair Partnership, a literary agency based in Britain, after the agency refused their demands to outwardly support transgender rights and commit to internal educational measures like diversity training. The move came following a left-wing backlash to comments made on biological sex by J.K. Rowling, who is also a Blair Partnership client, according to The Guardian. ...

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Anti-Abortion Heartbeat Bill Passes Tennessee Legislature

An anti-abortion heartbeat bill cleared the Tennessee Senate before the General Assembly adjourned on the last day of the legislative session, which went through Thursday night into early Friday morning. House Bill 2263 is headed to Gov. Bill Lee, who supports the bill. The legislation would ban abortions after a heartbeat can be detected, which can be as early as ...

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AOC Praises Teens, Allies for Using Chinese App to Meddle in Election

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), known as “AOC,” openly cheered reports of teenagers and Korean pop music fans using the Chinese-owned app TikTok to sign up for President Trump’s campaign rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and inflate RSVP numbers. TikTok, which is popular among teenagers around the world, is considered such a security threat by the U.S. military that soldiers and sailors ...

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Klobuchar Drops Out of Veep Contention: Wants Woman of Color On Ticket

Sen. Amy Klobuchar dropped out of contention to be former Vice President Joe Biden’s running mate against President Trump. Klobuchar (D-MN) announced her decision on Thursday in an interview on MSNBC. The lawmaker and failed presidential candidate said she was stepping back because Biden should pick a “woman of color” to run with him. “I’ve never commented on this process ...

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More Republican Women Than Ever Are Running For Congress

A familiar tale is unfolding in American politics in 2020: Women are once again setting records as candidates for Congress. While the 2018 midterms saw a historic wave of Democratic candidates and general election winners, this time the surge in candidates is among Republican women running for the House. When the dust settled after the 2018 Democratic wave, the ranks ...

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