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  1. Hostage families to Biden: 'Bring our fellow Americans home' Relatives of more than two dozen American hostages and wrongful detainees held overseas told President Joe Biden in a letter on Monday that they questioned his administration's commitment to bringing their loved ones home. In the letter, obtained by The Associated Press, the family members complained that the administration seemed to be getting “bogged down in burdensome processes or policy debates that keep our loved ones from coming home and keep us uninformed of what you can and cannot do to help us.” “We need to be
  2. Because he gave us our worst military debacle since Vietnam, it's that simple. He handed over a country to terrorists and allowed them to dictate our withdrawal >>> even the images look the same. PS Many of the White House were on vacation, the height of incompetence.
  3. Canadians bought CA$1.3 billion of dried cannabis in first half of 2021 Dried cannabis still rules Canada’s regulated recreational market, but its dominance over other categories is waning, new data shows. Spending on dried cannabis amounted to approximately 1.3 billion Canadian dollars ($1 billion) in the first half of 2021, according to Statistics Canada’s sales figures, or about 73% of spending in all categories. That’s down from 80% in the previous half and closer to 90% in early 2020, when edibles and vapes hadn’t fully been rolled out in the market. Of the CA$1.8 billi
  4. Facebook employees tried to suppress conservative news outlets, report shows The tech giant’s employees have consistently pushed to suppress or de-platform right-wing outlets such as Breitbart, despite objections from managers trying to avoid political blowback, a scathing report by the Wall Street Journal revealed. The internal debates — captured in message-board conversations reviewed by the publication — fuel new concerns that the platform is treating news outlets differently based on political slant. Of special focus in the report was Breitbart, which employees have targeted
  5. Warrant: Baldwin was 'practicing' with gun Witnesses said actor Alec Baldwin was "practicing" with a gun when it went off before filming started on the set of "Rust" in New Mexico, according to new information released Sunday in search warrants. The new information includes previously unreported statements from director Joel Souza and cameraman Reid Russell. Souza, 48, said Baldwin had been practicing Thursday when the gun went off, killing cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, 42, and injuring the director, according to the latest warrant information. The cast and crew had taken
  6. Record number humpback calves spotted off B.C.’s south coast in 2021 A record-breaking 21 calves were born to Salish Sea humpback whales this season. That’s almost twice the number that was reported in 2020 when 11 calves were spotted, according to the Center for Whale Research in Washington. Researchers are unsure what has led to to the baby boom. “It’s possible the last two years had an abundance of food for the whales, or it could be as simple as the fact that as the number of adult whales in the population grows, so too does the number of calves we can expect to see each year
  7. Trump’s Tech SPAC Could Make Him Billions Mr Donald Trump's sagging fortune is suddenly poised to get a massive boost from meme-stock mania. News last week that the former president's nascent media enterprise, Trump Media & Technology Group, is planning to go public via a special purpose acquisition company (Spac) has sent retail investors into a frenzy, even with few details released. The stock gain drove the implied value of the new venture to more than US$8.2 billion (S$11 billion). Based on figures from press releases and filings to the Securities and Exchange Commission,
  8. Alec Baldwin has a history of opposing the NRA Alec Baldwin, who discharged a prop firearm on a film set Thursday, killing a cinematographer, has a history of speaking out against the National Rifle Association and other gun rights activists. Baldwin discharged a prop firearm on the set of the western film "Rust" in New Mexico, killing cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, 42, and injuring director Joel Souza, 48,. The incident led to calls from those across Hollywood and the entertainment industry to end the use of firearm blanks. And Baldwin himself has a notable tenure of spea
  9. I would wager that if all the reported posted were added up, it was socialists from two countries who reported the most posts.
  10. Venezuelans Break Off Flakes of Gold to Pay for Meals, Haircuts To fathom the magnitude of Venezuela’s financial collapse, travel southeast from Caracas, past the oil fields and over the Orinoco River, and head deep into the savanna that blankets one of the remotest corners of the country. There, in the barber shops and restaurants and hotels that constitute the main strip of one dusty little outpost after another, you’ll find prices displayed in grams of gold. A one-night stay at a hotel? That’ll be half a gram. Lunch for two at a Chinese restaurant? A quarter of a gram. A hairc
  11. They can't have disagree buttons because the woke crowd thinks it is unfriendly and hostile, and we can't have that in this loving community.
  12. Jensen Ackles Discussed Gun Preparation on ‘Rust’ “I’ve got a 6 a.m. call tomorrow to have a big shootout. They had me pick my gun, they were like, ‘All right, what gun would you like?’ and I was like, ‘I don’t know?’ and the armorer was like, ‘Do you have gun experience?’” the actor, 43, told fans at a Supernatural convention that took place in Denver from October 15 to 17. “I was like, ‘A little.’ And she’s like, ‘OK, well, this is how you load it, this is how we check it and make sure it’s safe.’” According to Ackles, the armorer told him that she was “going to put some blanks” in
  13. This off-topic area was created prior to Obama but they didn't allow political posting here until after he was elected. One day the threads started on all his broken promises and they were going to shut it down but decided against it.
  14. Rust crew reportedly complained about unsafe working conditions before Alec Baldwin prop gun accident Last night, news broke that cinematographer Halyna Hutchins died on the set of Rust after Alec Baldwin discharged a prop gun thought to only contain blanks. Director Joel Souza also sustained injuries, and was released from the hospital earlier today. IATSE Local 44—the union for craft professionals that includes prop masters—says that the gun used on the movie’s set had a “live round” and that the prop master wasn’t a member of the association. Now, The LA Times and Deadline report t
  15. Sheriff: Baldwin fired shot on movie set that killed woman Authorities are investigating after confirming that a prop firearm discharged by actor Alec Baldwin, while producing and starring in a Western movie, killed the cinematographer and wounded the director. Santa Fe County Sheriff’s officials said Halyna Hutchins, cinematographer on the movie “Rust,” and director Joel Souza were shot Thursday on the rustic film set in the desert on the southern outskirts of Santa Fe. Hutchins, 42, was airlifted to the University of New Mexico Hospital, where she was pronounced dead by medical
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