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NCAA changes transgender athlete participation
policy amid calls for reevaluation
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Posted by Rush Was Right 1/20/2022 10:04:35 AM Post Reply
The Board of Governors voted to pass the new policy as it "preserves opportunity for transgender student-athletes while balancing fairness, inclusion and safety for all who compete," according to the report. "It is important that NCAA member schools, conferences and college athletes compete in an inclusive, fair, safe and respectful environment and can move forward with a clear understanding of the new policy," DeGioia added. Each particular sport’s national governing body will be responsible for determining transgender athlete participation. If a sport does not have a national governing body, the international federation policy will be enacted, Sports Illustrated reported.
Don’t Start The Party Just Yet: There’s
More Than Meets The Eye With SCOTUS Rulings
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Posted by Rush Was Right 1/18/2022 10:13:31 AM Post Reply
Just days ago, the Supreme Court issued two rulings that have the internet chattering about how the Court killed the administration’s vaccine mandate. While I don’t want to throw cold water on the celebration, I have to say I don’t read things that way. Yes, one of the rulings killed the attempt to use OSHA to force businesses to require vaccination of their employees, that is the only bright spot I see. Rather than a decisive blow for freedom, it looks more like a fairly minor victory in a skirmish with the battle still to be won or lost.  CORRECTION*
Off-duty Wisconsin cop saves mother in
shooting outside Shake Shack, sustains
life threatening injuries
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Posted by Rush Was Right 1/17/2022 10:15:31 AM Post Reply
An off-duty Milwaukee police detective was shot when intervening after an attempted carjacking last week. A mother and food delivery driver says she turned off her car, got out and started walking towards a Shake Shack to pick up an order Thursday when she noticed employees pointing and waving at her. She says another car pulled up next to her when a man hopped out of it and into hers. "My daughter said, ‘Who are you?’ to him, and he turned around and said, ‘Whoa’ and jumped out," she said.
VP Harris was 'inspiration' for indicted
Baltimore official: 'No Marilyn Mosby
without Kamala Harris'
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Posted by Rush Was Right 1/14/2022 10:20:22 AM Post Reply
Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby -- who was indicted on federal perjury charges Thursday – has previously praised and been supported by Vice President Kamala Harris during her rise as a progressive Democrat in Maryland. "When we march and we shout about what we need to do to reform the criminal justice system, we better understand that we gotta march and shout with our paychecks – and all of the work that we can do to actually make sure that somebody like Marilyn Mosby gets reelected into that office, to not only get convictions, but have convictions,"
MSNBC's Al Sharpton: Biden's voting address
was a 'you're going to hell' speech, not
a vote-getting one
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Posted by Rush Was Right 1/12/2022 1:26:09 PM Post Reply
MSNBC's Al Sharpton said President Biden's emotionally charged address Tuesday didn't seem like one intended to win support for sweeping Democratic election legislation, calling it a "you're going to hell" speech. Sharpton, a liberal activist in addition to his weekend hosting duties on MSNBC, was on hand for Biden's Atlanta address, where the president framed the debate over Democratic election overhauls in stark terms: Either you were with reviled figures like segregationist Gov. George Wallace and Confederate President Jefferson Davis, or on the side of civil rights leaders Martin Luther King Jr., and the late John Lewis, whom one of the proposed Democratic voting bills is named after.
Black LA residents lack access to guns
as wealthy rush to buy firearms amid crime
wave: Activists
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Posted by Rush Was Right 1/10/2022 11:06:26 AM Post Reply
Los Angeles crimes have seeped into the wealthiest of neighborhoods, rocking residents and being compared to dystopian movie franchise "The Purge." Residents have flocked to the city’s only gun store in response, arming themselves as a last-ditch effort for protection even though the city has a long track record of supporting liberal policies and gun control. "Although that is a part of my living, I get no pleasure whatsoever by having a 60-, 70-year-old woman walk into my store … who looks terrified, and say, ‘I have never liked guns. In fact, I've even hated guns. I would have never considered buying one.
Almost half of reported NY COVID-19 hospitalizations
are not due to COVID-19
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Posted by Rush Was Right 1/8/2022 8:06:44 AM Post Reply
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul released data Friday breaking down COVID-19 hospitalizations by those who were admitted due to the virus and those who were admitted for other reasons but were found to have the illness. Included in the data was a chart showing "how many hospitalized individuals who have tested positive for COVID-19 were admitted for COVID-19/COVID-19 complications and how many were admitted for non-COVID-19 conditions." According to the provided statistics, in approximately 43% of hospital admissions "COVID was not included as one of the reasons for admission." Such cases totaled 4,928 as of Jan. 7, compared to 6,620 patients "admitted due to COVID or complications of COVID."
Praise The Lord And Pass The Ivermectin replies
Posted by Rush Was Right 1/5/2022 8:24:55 AM Post Reply
With over 1,200 daily COVID deaths for many weeks the US is on track to reach a total of one million COVID related deaths by the end of March. A shameful record for 2022. To think that every week over 8,000 Americans are dying, mostly in hospital ICUs is unbelievable. But that is no excuse that there is no serious attention by the mainstream media. Take a moment to reflect that this is more deaths than those in the 9/11 attacks and Pearl Harbor, combined. And it is happening every week. The late stage problem Hospitals have become killing machines,  CORRECTION*
Texas AG gains federal injunction against
another Biden vaccine mandate
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Posted by Rush Was Right 1/1/2022 9:57:52 AM Post Reply
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton scored what he considered to be a "win for the children of Texas" after a federal judge ruled against vaccine and mask mandates for Head Start programs initiated by the Biden administration. The ruling from Judge James "Wesley" Hendrix of the U.S. District Court Northern District of Texas orders a halt in required COVID-19 protocol conditions for the funding of Head Start programs. The new rules issued last month require children over 2 in Head Start programs to wear masks, while the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is requiring staff, contractors and volunteers in the program to be vaccinated by the end of January.
Missouri to end COVID-19 state of emergency,
citing effectiveness of vaccine
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Posted by Rush Was Right 12/31/2021 3:33:23 PM Post Reply
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson is allowing the COVID-19 state of emergency that has been in place since March 2020 to expire, saying that "we all now know how to best fight and prevent serious illness from this virus." Parson, a Republican, announced on Friday that the state’s COVID-related state of emergency would not be renewed on New Year’s Eve. "Thanks to the effectiveness of the vaccine, widespread efforts to mitigate the virus, and our committed health care professionals, past needs to continue the state of emergency are no longer present," Parson said.
CNN’s Brian Stelter shed viewers throughout
2021 as left-wing pundit struggles during
Biden era
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Posted by Rush Was Right 12/29/2021 1:51:14 PM Post Reply
CNN’s "Reliable Sources" with left-wing host Brian Stelter wrapped up a dismal 2021 with a nine-month streak of failing to crack the one-million-viewer plateau as the program has struggled for relevancy during the Biden era. Stelter, who spent years nitpicking former President Trump’s every move, saw his audience erode throughout the year with President Biden in office. "Reliable Sources" averaged 1.4 million viewers during the first quarter but dropped to only 846,000 during the second quarter.
NJ Agrees to Pay Tens of Millions to Families
of Covid-19 Victims in State's Veterans' Homes
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Posted by Rush Was Right 12/27/2021 10:22:32 AM Post Reply
At the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, the New Jersey Veterans Memorial Home at Menlo Park became the site of one of the deadliest outbreaks in the nation. While the facility initially underreported the death count, stating 62 died of Covid, it later acknowledged 39 additional resident deaths were due to Covid-19—making the total a staggering 101. According to a Wall Street Journal investigation, Covid-19 positive residents were separated from dementia patients by a loosely hung piece of plastic. Moreover, employees at the facility were discouraged from using face masks in caring for patients,