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Australian bobsledder, 48, dies suddenly
from brain aneurysm as family pays tribute
to their 'rock' who competed at the 2010
Winter Olympics
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Posted by GustoGrabber 1/31/2023 8:31:09 AM Post Reply
A former Australian Winter Olympic bobsledder has died suddenly of a brain aneurysm. Duncan Pugh, 48, passed away in his hometown of Perth over the weekend after he suffered a bleed on the brain. The bobsledder competed at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics and leaves behind his wife McKenzie and two young sons, aged six and seven.
Federal jury acquits Mark Houck in win
for pro-life movement
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Posted by GustoGrabber 1/31/2023 6:49:33 AM Post Reply
Pro-life activist Mark Houck was found not guilty Monday by a federal jury of charges stemming from an altercation outside a Planned Parenthood clinic in Philadelphia, signaling a victory for the pro-life movement in its feud with the Justice Department. Mr. Houck, 49, was charged in September with violating the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances Act in an October 2021 skirmish with a Planned Parenthood volunteer escort, even though local authorities declined to pursue the case and a judge tossed a civil lawsuit.
The sedation, subordination and emasculation
of young men
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Posted by GustoGrabber 1/29/2023 11:13:18 AM Post Reply
Testosterone is an interesting hormone. The more a man uses it, the higher his levels become. And the higher his levels become, the more he wants to use it. Exercise, especially resistance training like weight lifting, increases T levels. And then the increased T levels make a man want to go lift some weights. It’s a virtuous circle. If gasoline in a car were like T in a man’s body, the more you drove, and the harder you drove, the more gas there would be in your tank.
House Oversight asks gallery owner about
Hunter Biden art sales
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Posted by GustoGrabber 1/27/2023 7:13:17 AM Post Reply
Republicans on the House Oversight and Accountability Committee have turned their focus to Hunter Biden’s art sales as a part of the panel’s larger probe into the first family’s business dealings. Oversight Chairman James Comer (R-Ky.) sent a letter Wednesday to Georges Bergès, owner of the Georges Bergès Gallery, seeking information about sales of Hunter Biden’s paintings and an agreement crafted with the White House to keep the buyers of the artworks confidential.
Ex-NFL Player Jessie Lemonier Dies Suddenly
at 25
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Posted by GustoGrabber 1/27/2023 7:04:52 AM Post Reply
Former Detroit Lions linebacker Jessie Lemonier has died at 25, the Lions reported on Tuesday. We are shocked and saddened to learn of the passing of former Detroit Lion Jessie Lemonier,” the Lions said in a statement, according to ESPN. “Jessie was a model teammate and a wonderful young man who is gone far too soon. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends during this difficult time.”I
Inside the Nazi Whitewash of Ukraine replies
Posted by GustoGrabber 1/27/2023 6:29:42 AM Post Reply
On January 1, the world celebrated New Year’s Day—a holiday of self-reflection, self-renewal, and hope. In Ukraine, the focus was different. There, January 1 marks the birthday of Stepan Bandera, Ukraine’s Nazi national hero. Bandera is the founding father of Ukrainian Nazism and his birthday is a national holiday. In Ukraine, paying homage to their most famous antisemite and leading Nazi collaborator of World War II, is a very big deal. Calling All Nazis Under President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, the level of Nazi influence and control in Ukraine has been unprecedented. Zelenskyy outlawed all 11 independent and opposition political parties but left the parties and organizations of his Nazi partners
The Wall Street Journal’s Reflexive
Opposition to the People
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Posted by GustoGrabber 1/26/2023 5:47:36 AM Post Reply
“Crazy.” “Masochism.” “Kill” the proposal in committee. Goodness gracious, Wall Street Journal editorial board. Tell us how you really feel about House Republicans’ commitment to vote on a national sales tax! And more important, on dispatching the IRS to history’s proverbial ash heap. Journal editorialists once served as an intellectual vanguard for the Reagan Revolution and conservative thought. Now that posse can’t shake its reflexive shilling for a corporate donor class sold-out to out-of-touch, out-of-control woke capitalism
Who in America Is Bowling Alone? replies
Posted by GustoGrabber 1/24/2023 7:13:51 AM Post Reply
SOMERSET, Pennsylvania — When you walk into the Terrace Lanes bowling alley on Pennsylvania State Road 31, the first thing you will see is Althea Shaw’s broad smile. Her warm greeting has a way of making customers, both regulars and first-timers, feel as though they belong. “The Sleek Family opened up their doors in November of 1995,” Shaw told me. “I started exactly one year later, and I have been here ever since. As far as I am concerned, it is the best job I could ever hope for. I get to meet new people all the time, see regulars almost every day,
Electioneering and the Spirit of Democracy replies
Posted by GustoGrabber 1/23/2023 6:41:08 AM Post Reply
The George Santos story is truly emblematic of our times. He arrived from Brazil full of ambition and running fast from creditors. A man of modest means and talents, he soon sought to increase his status and became involved with the Republican Party. He ran for Congress as a married, Catholic Republican a few years ago, but lost to an incumbent. Determined to win, he then reinvented himself as a gay, Jewish Republican and won the now-open seat. It turned out his opponent and the media were both asleep at the switch. His prior-claimed jobs at Citigroup and Goldman Sachs, his college degree, his religion
Fox News Executive Alan Komissaroff Dead
at 47
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Posted by GustoGrabber 1/22/2023 7:27:00 AM Post Reply
Longtime Fox News executive Alan Komissaroff died at the age of 47 after suffering a heart attack at his home earlier in the month, Fox News Media CEO Suzanne Scott and President Jay Wallace announced Friday. Komissaroff was a “Fox News original,” having joined the company at its conception in 1996, marking his first job after college. Scott and Wallace announced his death in a memo to colleagues:
The Real Purpose of Drag Queen Story Hour replies
Posted by GustoGrabber 1/22/2023 6:59:04 AM Post Reply
Those who have voiced concerns about the dangers that drag events, such as Drag Queen Story Hour (DQSH), pose for children (namely, sexualization and grooming) have been told that those concerns are baseless, that the events are harmless, that it is all just entertainment and fun, and that attending drag events is a way to understand the gay culture. On January 25, 2021 an academic paper entitled Drag Pedagogy: the Playful Practice of Queer Imagination in Early Childhood," was published online in Curriculum Inquiry, an educational journal.
Nikki Haley teases presidential run, would
begin on broken promise
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Posted by GustoGrabber 1/21/2023 9:29:14 AM Post Reply
NIKKI HALEY TEASES PRESIDENTIAL RUN, WOULD BEGIN ON BROKEN PROMISE. In a new interview with Fox News's Bret Baier, former South Carolina governor and U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley walked close to the line of declaring her candidacy for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination. "I'm not going to make an announcement here," Haley said. "But when you're looking at a run for president, you look at two things. You first look at, does the current situation push for new leadership? The second question is, am I that person that could be that new leader?"