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A new YouGov poll has found that Scottish First Minister Humza Yousaf’s popularity has nosedived since the introduction of ridiculous the hate crime law that caused police to receive over 8000 reports in one week.

The Telegraph reports that Yousaf now has an approval rating of minus 32, equating to a 15-point drop for since the beginning of the year.

The report notes that even among people who voted for his Party, more believe he is doing a poor job than those who think he is doing well.

Claire's Observations:  The Scots are very passionate about freedom of speech. This law, Yousaf's geopolitical "baby" was so horribly conceived, and so tailor-made for abuse, that it should have never gotten off the ground, period, end of discussion.  My bet is that it will get repealed as soon as is humanly possible.

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National Public Radio (NPR) has suspended veteran journalist Uri Berliner, after he penned a scathing indictment of the federally-funded network's overt partisan bias.

According to Berliner, "An open-minded spirit no longer exists within NPR, and now, predictably, we don’t have an audience that reflects America."

Berliner says that NPR went sideways when Donald Trump rose to power, as "what began as tough, straightforward coverage of a belligerent, truth-impaired president veered toward efforts to damage or topple Trump’s presidency."

What's more, NPR "hitched our wagon" to Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), who "became NPR's guiding hand, it's ever-present muse."

By my count, NPR hosts interviewed Schiff 25 times about Trump and Russia. During many of those conversations, Schiff alluded to purported evidence of collusion. The Schiff talking points became the drumbeat of NPR news reports. -Uri Berliner via The Free Press

And now, Berliner has been suspended

"Senior @NPR editor @uberliner has been suspended from the public radio network he's served for 25 years after sharing concerns about bias in The Free Press," the outlet tweeted.

Claire's Observations;  Mr. Berliner, welcome to our world.  

Were I you right now, the first thing I would do, is close out every bank account I had, and find one that doesn't discriminate on the basis of political or religious bias, because if you are with a bank that does this, you are in deep trouble right now; just ask the people who got "de-banked" by Bank of America!! https://www.jimbakkershow.com/news/group-of-republicans-go-after-bank-of-america-for-religious-and-political-discrimination/.

You may want to change your phone number and email address so that harassment and threats don't happen on either.  When this happened to us, because of what Mike wrote about the death of Vincent Foster, he had a published number, because, as an up-and-coming computer animator at the time, he wanted companies to be able to find him.

Even though you identify yourself as "Liberal", apparently you were not "liberal enough" to suit the tastes of current management at NPR.  The venom from the people who fired you, knows no bounds whatsoever.  Please, keep your head up,  stay aware, and stay safe.

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As day two of former President Donald Trump’s hush money criminal trial continued, attorneys for the former president had a potential juror dismissed after they found posts calling for Trump to be put in jail.

As New York Supreme Court Justice Juan Merchan, Trump’s attorneys, and prosecutors from Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s office continued the process of questioning potential jurors about posts made to social media, and their private lives, Trump’s legal team had a juror dismissed over a post about Trump, calling to “lock him up.” Another social media post from the same juror reportedly said, “Get him out.”

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The US Supreme Court on Tuesday heard oral arguments in Fischer v. United States and at issue is statute 18 USC §1512(c)(2):

Whoever corruptly—

(1) alters, destroys, mutilates, or conceals a record, document, or other object, or attempts to do so, with the intent to impair the object’s integrity or availability for use in an official proceeding; or

(2) otherwise obstructs, influences, or impedes any official proceeding, or attempts to do so, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than 20 years, or both.

The Supreme Court is expected to issue a decision on Fischer v United States this summer which means hundreds of J6 cases could be upended.

Biden’s corrupt DOJ has charged more than 300 J6ers with 18 USC §1512(c)(2). Additionally, two of the four charges against Trump in Jack Smith’s DC case are conspiracy to obstruct so the Supreme Court’s ruling could torpedo the special counsel’s case against Trump as well.

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President Trump made a stop Tuesday evening at the Harlem bodega where an employee acted in self-defense, resulting in death of thug two years ago.

The Harlem crowd was chanting, “USA! USA! USA!…” and ‘Trump! Trump! Trump!…”

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Killer blobs have been a fear for people for decades, with one becoming the terrifying threat of the 1958 film, The Blob. In such a situation, when a black spot mysteriously appeared on the streets of Venezuela, people started getting scared of it. Although this blob did not have the action of the deadly blob in the movie, it seemed to be just as deadly. Despite years of research, the mystery of this black goo has still not been solved. In 1986, workers paving 30-year-old asphalt on the roads between Caracas and its airport discovered a black goo about 50 meters away. This goo was described as an inch-thick greasy blob with the consistency of chewed bubble gum, which over time grew to cover 13 kilometers of highway, the substance preferring tunnels and uphill slopes. appears to be. No one knows where it came from or what it was, but it became known as 'La Mancha Negra' or 'The Black Stain'. Looking at La Mancha Negra it seemed as if it was alive. Its shape changed depending on the season, expanding on hot, wet days and shrinking on cold and dry days.
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There is a creature hidden in the heart of the Gobi Desert which is as mysterious as it is scary, which the locals know as the Mongolian Death Worm. This creature, with its fearsome reputation, has attracted scientists, adventurers, and the curious alike. But what is the Mongolian death worm, and why has it fascinated so many people? The Mongolian death worm, or olgoi-khorkhoi, as it is known in Mongolia, translates to "intestinal worm" due to its resemblance to a cow's intestine. It is said that this creature inhabits the vast and inaccessible expanse of the Gobi Desert. It is described as a scarlet creature capable of spitting corrosive poison or delivering electric shocks to its prey and enemies alike. This legend has been around for centuries, passed down through generations, painting a picture of a creature that is as elusive as it is deadly.
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Forget what you learned in history books. Often they tell only one side of a nuanced story. The rare finds collected here show an aspect of history that we rarely get to see. They peel back the layers of the stories we think we know to reveal little-known facts that make history more fascinating. If you're ready to see a different side of history than what you already know, click ahead...the truth is waiting for you! In 2015, researchers in the Netherlands performed a CT scan on a statue of a seated Buddha and found the last thing they expected when they looked inside. The statue contained a monk who had been mummified for 1,000 years. Instead of simply placing the monk inside the statue, researchers found that the monk was filled with pieces of paper covered with Chinese characters. To mummify himself a monk would take a special diet of poisoned tea to ensure that the body would become so poisoned that it could not be eaten by insects. It is rare that a monk could accomplish such a feat, but those who accomplished it were respected within the community.
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Welcome to the mysterious realm of the Bohemian Grove, where ancient redwoods tell tales of mysteries, myths, and conspiracy theories. Nestled amidst the tranquil forests of California, this secluded sanctuary is shrouded in mystery and intrigue. From whispered tales of secret rituals to rumors of secret political gatherings, the Bohemian Grove has captured the imagination of curious minds for generations. But what truth is hidden beneath the dense canopy of these tall trees? We will try our best to uncover the hidden realities behind the myths and legends of the Bohemian Grove. Prepare to be entertained by tales of intrigue, enlightened by historical insights, and inspired to delve deeper into the secrets that lie amidst the whispers of ancient groves. Join us as we peel back the layers of secrecy and discover the truth. Continue reading and discover the secrets that await in the heart of the Bohemian Grove.
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We all know well that the Great Lakes are littered with shipwrecks; It's just a matter of finding them. A researcher has managed to find the missing SS Arlington, long thought lost beneath the waves, after devoting an entire decade of time and resources to find it. After arriving for help, he was able to identify with certainty that the wreck was indeed the SS Arlington. After 10 years of dedicated searching on Lake Superior, researcher Dan Fountain finally found something at the bottom of the lake using remote sensing technology. After their discovery, they contacted the Great Lakes Shipwreck Historical Society for help determining what exactly they had found. In 2023, Fountain and a team from the Society took a sonar device to the area, where they were able to confirm that what they found was indeed a shipwreck.
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