President Biden announces we are days away from 100 million shots in people’s arms and 100 million checks in people’s pockets – delivering on his promise that help is on the way. #Shorts #Bidon #WhiteHouse White House official video.
Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Defense for records about House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s January 8, 2021, telephone call with Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley (Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department of Defense (No 1:21-cv-00593)). Pelosi acknowledged the call in a January 8 letter to her Democratic colleagues. In the letter, Pelosi purportedly related her discussion with Milley earlier that same day: “This morning, I spoke to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley to discuss available precautions for preventing an unstable president from initiating military hostilities or accessing the launch codes and ordering a nuclear strike. The situation of this unhinged President could not be more dangerous, and we must do everything that we can to protect the American people from his unbalanced assault on our country and our democracy.” https://www.judicialwatch.org/
Allen Clark sits down with Gene Panasenko on “Straight & Unfiltered” for a great discussion. Allen Clark is a commercial and advertising photographer based in Nashville, Tennessee. He is consistently rated one of the best photographers in the country. His work can be seen on music packaging, magazines, and countless celebrity and Fortune 500 company websites. His celebrity clients are quite diverse & include: Jim Gaffigan, Cal Ripkin Jr. Ethan Hawke, President George H. Bush, President George W. Bush, Peyton Manning, Rick Ross, Nicole Kidman, Beyonce, Sir Elton John, Leslie Odom Jr. (Hamilton), Julian Assange, Shaun White, Sir George Martin, Carmello Anthony, James Earl Jones, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Tiffany, Norah Jones, Justin Timberlake, Tom Brokaw, Tony Hawk, Walter Cronkite, Dave Matthews, Ludacris, Juicy J & Kid President! His corporate clients include: NFL, MLB, Puma, Reebok, Washington Post, The Telegraph , The Source , The Hindu, MTV Networks, A&E Networks, Steve Madden, Journey’s Shoe Stores, Jack Daniels, Time/Life, Lifepoint Hospitals, 20th Century Fox, Delta Machinery, Lifeway Publishing, Sony Music Group, NARAS (Grammy’s), Yamaha,Yum Brands Inc., Wired, HCA Healthcare & Conde Nast.
Here’s the CURE For The Quackery Known As “Critical Race Studies” The cure for the quackery known as Critical Race Studies is to speak the truth about race, as black pastor Eugene Rivers did in a now-famous essay on the nihilism of the inner city. Dinesh D’Souza news video.
Judicial Watch Director of Investigations Chris Farrell appeared on One America News Network to discuss our latestt Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Defense for records about House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s January 8, 2021, telephone call with Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley (Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department of Defense (No 1:21-cv-00593)). Judicial Watch news video.
A judge on Thursday granted prosecutors’ request to add a third-degree murder charge against a former Minneapolis police officer charged in George Floyd’s death, a move that offers jurors an additional option for conviction and finally resolves an issue that might have delayed his trial for months. Hennepin County Judge Peter Cahill reinstated the charge after the former officer, Derek Chauvin, failed to get appellate courts to block it. Cahill had earlier rejected the charge as not warranted by the circumstances of Floyd’s death, but an appellate court ruling in an unrelated case established new grounds for it. Chauvin already faced second-degree murder and manslaughter charges. Legal experts say the additional charge helps prosecutors by giving jurors one more option to convict Chauvin of murder. The dispute over the third-degree murder charge revolved around wording in the law that references an act “eminently dangerous to others.” Cahill had earlier dismissed the charge as not appropriate for the case, where Chauvin’s conduct might be construed as not dangerous to anyone but Floyd. But prosecutors sought to revive the charge after the state’s Court of Appeals recently upheld the third-degree murder conviction of another former Minneapolis police officer, Mohamed Noor, in the 2017 killing of an Australian woman. They argued that the ruling established precedent that a third-degree murder charge may be brought even in a case where only a single person is endangered. Arguments over when precedent from former officer Mohamed Noor’s case took effect went swiftly to the state’s Supreme Court, which on Wednesday said it would not consider Chauvin’s appeal of the matter. Cahill said Thursday he accepts that precedent is now clear. Floyd was declared dead on May 25 after Chauvin, who is white, pressed his knee against the Black man’s neck for about nine minutes. Floyd’s death sparked sometimes violent protests in Minneapolis and beyond, leading to a nationwide reckoning on race. The ruling came ahead of resumption of jury selection Thursday. Five jurors have been seated after just two days of screening by attorneys and the judge, who has set aside at least three weeks to fill the panel. Bloomberg Quicktake: Now USA news video.
Garrett Halsell, the Marketing Guru, sits down with Gene Panasenko on ” Straight & Unfiltered” to discuss some helpful strategies to help your Business navigate through this extremely challenging environment of pandemic and lockdowns.
Students have been impacted by the pandemic both academically and mentally. Wednesday, the teachers’ union in New York City is making a multi-billion dollar request of the city and state to help public school students recover and thrive again; CBS2 New York News video.