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Twitter has censored a campaign ad and locked the presidential campaign account of Terrisa Bukovinac, a pro-life Democrat who is challenging Joe Biden for the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination.

Bukovinac is the founder of both Pro-Life San Francisco and Progressive Anti-Abortion Uprising (PAAU). She is running for president to expose the extreme position that Joe Biden and other Democratic elected officials have on sanctity-of-life issues.

Last year, Bukovinac and another pro-life activist, Lauren Handy, recovered the remains of more than 115 aborted children outside a Washington, D.C., abortion facility. Five of the children were fully formed, and there is evidence that these aborted children may have been victims of partial-birth abortions — a violation of federal law. That said, there has been no formal investigation into the deaths of these preborn children.

One of the reasons that Bukovinac is running for president is to keep the memory of these aborted babies alive. The censored campaign ad includes graphic images of the remains of these children. Indeed, Twitter stated that the account was locked because it violated rules against “posting media depicting gratuitous gore.” (Note: Twiter (X) has not censored a LifeNews tweet featuring Bukovinac’s graphic commercial.)

Posted on: Dec 05 12:21

Greenpeace's recent report reveals a disheartening truth about plastic waste in the U.S. A staggering majority of plastic generated by American households isn't finding its way to recycling facilities. Out of the 51 million tons of plastic produced last year, only a meager 2.4 million tons were recycled. The daunting challenge isn't associated with the recycling process itself but rather with the complexities of plastics.

Posted on: Dec 05 11:58

Travel back in time with us as we explore a fascinating collection of vintage photographs that capture sweet moments shared between animals and people from days gone by.

Travel back in time with us as we explore a fascinating collection of vintage photographs that capture sweet moments shared between animals and people from days gone by.


Steeped in history, these images provide a surreal and heart-touching glimpse of a world where the bonds between humans and animals were as simple as they were important.


From the late 19th to the early 20th century, photography was in its infancy, a craft that required precision and patience.


Each exposure was carefully prepared, and both human and animal subjects had to remain still for several seconds.


The dogs in these old photographs were not just pets; He was a loyal friend and protector. Whether seen accompanying children, farmers or as part of working teams, dogs were an integral part of daily existence, providing companionship and often a sense of security.

Posted on: Dec 05 11:58

Apple has issued emergency fixes to plug security flaws in iPhones, iPads, and Macs that may already be under attack.

The software updates for iOS, iPadOS, macOS Sonoma, and Safari web browser address two bugs: an out-of-bounds read flaw tracked as CVE-2023-42916, and a memory corruption vulnerability tracked as CVE-2023-42917.

Posted on: Dec 05 11:35

There's a war on and critical infrastructure operators are still using default passwords

Posted on: Dec 05 11:33

Spotify has announced its third and largest round of layoffs this year, cutting 17 percent of employees despite recently posting its first profitable quarter in more than 12 months.

Posted on: Dec 05 11:28

USAF veteran, new father, and January 6 protester AJ Fischer went to Washington, DC, to protect innocent Trump supporters from being attacked by violent Antifa/BLM thugs.

And on that day, he and the others who came to protest peacefully were attacked.  But it wasn’t Antifa; it was Capital Hill police officers, and the videos of their violent behavior are finally coming out.

Capitol Police fired flash grenades and rubber bullets at peaceful protesters, including women, children, and seniors in the crowd. The Trump supporters had nowhere to move to, and many had NO IDEA what was about to hit them!

Posted on: Dec 05 11:24

Two years ago, a Brazilian minor came to the US as an exchange student in the US and stayed in a West Virginia home in which her host had placed a spy camera bought on Amazon.com.

The minor – said to have been an "aspiring actress" in an amended legal complaint [PDF] filed earlier this year against e-commerce giant Amazon – found that her host "had been using Amazon's spy camera to surreptitiously record her in her private bathroom."

The plaintiff's lawsuit, which last week largely survived Amazon's motion to dismiss the case, seeks to hold the online store liable for selling a product that was advertised for potentially illicit uses and was allegedly flagged to its Product Safety team.

The "Hidden Clothes Hook Camera" – a covert camera concealed in a clothes hook – was accessible on Amazon's website until recently.

Posted on: Dec 05 11:23

Two Internal Revenue Service whistleblowers who alleged that the U.S. Department of Justice interfered in the Hunter Biden investigation are testifying on Tuesday during a closed-door session before the House Ways and Means Committee.

Gary Shapley, a supervisor who ran the IRS probe of Biden, and Joseph Ziegler, an agent from the agency's criminal division, are participating in the session with lawmakers regarding "documents protected under Internal Revenue Code Section 6103."

Posted on: Dec 05 11:21


A group representing some of Spain's largest media outlets have sued Meta, demanding €550 million ($596 million) in recompense for Zuckercorp's "systemic and massive" disregard for EU privacy regulations that have left them at risk of collapse.

The lawsuit, filed by the Information Media Association (AMI) on behalf of 83 Spanish outlets – including industry leaders El Mundo, El País and others – accuses Meta of violating the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) since it came into effect in 2018 until mid-2023, when Meta finally bowed to regulator pressure and promised it would begin explicitly asking for EU users' permission when seeking to collect data for advertising purposes.

According to AMI, Meta "failed to comply with [the GDPR], ignoring the regulatory requirement that citizens must consent to the use of their data for advertising profiling," and that its scofflaw practices contributed to its dominant advertising position across the EU.

Posted on: Dec 05 11:19

Tiny bits of space junk too small to track using current methods could be detected by a novel process using by ground-based radio dishes, according to the latest research.

Big pieces of space junk, like parts of spent rocket boosters or broken satellites, are easy to spot because their orbits are known and they’re big enough to get a reading on. But the millions of smaller items are harder to find, and more are appearing as large items of orbital debris slowly degrade and fragment.

Astroboffins fear that as more such objects come into existence, the risk of debris colliding to create a dangerous chain reaction is increasing.

Posted on: Dec 05 11:18

A sample of the Qilin ransomware gang's VMware ESXi encryptor has been found and it could be one of the most advanced and customizable Linux encryptors seen to date.

The enterprise is increasingly moving to virtual machines to host their servers, as they allow for better usage of available CPU, memory, and storage resources.

Due to this adoption, almost all ransomware gangs have created dedicated VMware ESXi encryptors to target these servers.

Posted on: Dec 05 11:16

WordPress administrators are being emailed fake WordPress security advisories for a fictitious vulnerability tracked as CVE-2023-45124 to infect sites with a malicious plugin.

The campaign has been caught and reported by WordPress security experts at Wordfence and PatchStack, who published alerts on their sites to raise awareness.

The emails pretend to be from WordPress, warning that a new critical remote code execution (RCE) flaw in the platform was detected on the admin's site, urging them to download and install a plugin that allegedly addresses the security issue.

Posted on: Dec 05 11:14

Google announced today that the December 2023 Android security updates tackle 85 vulnerabilities, including a critical severity zero-click remote code execution (RCE) bug.

Tracked as CVE-2023-40088, the zero-click RCE bug was found in Android's System component and doesn't require additional privileges to be exploited.

While the company has yet to reveal if attackers have targeted this security flaw in the wild, threat actors could exploit it to gain arbitrary code execution without user interaction.

Posted on: Dec 05 11:12

More than a dozen malicious loan apps, which are generically named SpyLoan, have been downloaded more than 12 million times this year from Google Play but the count is much larger since they are also available on third-party stores and suspicious websites.

SpyLoan Android threats steal from the device personal data that includes a list of all accounts, device info, call logs, installed apps, calendar events, local Wi-Fi network details, and metadata from images. Researchers say that the risk also extends to contacts list, location data, and text messages.

They pose as legitimate financial services for personal loans that promise "quick and easy access to funds." However, they trick users into accepting high-interest payments and then the threat actor blackmails victims into paying the money.

Posted on: Dec 05 11:10

In a controversial turn of policy advocacy, Senator Dick Durbin (D-IL) is now advocating for a bold and contentious plan as proposed by another Senator Tammy Duckworth (D-IL): allowing illegal immigrants to serve in the U.S. military as a pathway to citizenship.

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Posted on: Dec 05 10:42

In an ironic twist at the Climate Change Conference in Dubai, John Kerry, the Biden regime’s climate envoy, may have inadvertently highlighted the need for personal methane reduction in a manner most unexpected.

By: orraz
Posted on: Dec 05 10:42

Controversial Democratic incumbent Ilhan Omar of Minnesota’s 5th congressional district is up for re-election this year, but she will have her work cut out for her in the primary against not one but three formidable opponents.

Following a narrow loss in the 2022 primary, former Minneapolis City Council member Don Samuels announced on Sunday that he would challenge progressive Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) in the upcoming primary.

While speaking with WCCO, a local radio station, moderate Democrat Samuels declared his intention to run for Omar’s congressional seat. Omar narrowly defeated the former city council member by two points in 2022. Samuels claimed on Sunday that Omar is “beatable” after his close loss.

Posted on: Dec 05 10:12

A House Republican representing part of New York City says she has "smoking gun" proof that city officials are trying to help get illegal immigrants registered to vote, something the city has staunchly denied. 

Rep. Nicole Malliotakis, R-N.Y., announced on Sunday that she had obtained a copy of a contract between New York City’s Department of Social Services and Homes for the Homeless, a nonprofit that has been contracted to build emergency migrant shelters as the border crisis depletes the city’s resources.

In an appendix of that contract, a copy of which was obtained by Fox News Digital, the city appears to require contractors to provide copies of voter registration forms for migrants at their shelters, Malliotakis said.

Posted on: Dec 05 10:07


"[Your information is] too precise, too complete to be believed. The questionnaire plus the other information you brought spell out in detail exactly where, when, how, and by whom we are to be attacked. If anything, it sounds like a trap."

FBI response to the top British spy, Dusan Popov (code named "Tricycle") on August 10, 1941, dismissing Popov's report of the complete Japanese plan for the attack on Pearl Harbor.

Pearl Harbor: The Verdict Of History by Gordon Prange, appendix 7 published in 1986. Based on records from the JOINT CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE on the Investigation of the Pearl Harbor Attack, Nov 15, 1945 to May 31, 1946.


In 1964, accusations that the song "Louie Louie" as recorded by The Kingstons contained obscene lyrics led to a two year FBI effort to analyze the recording to determine what was actually being sung ... before someone mentioned that the lyrics were on file at the US Copyright office.

Posted on: Dec 05 10:02

The Democrats and their idiot cheerleaders in the media have long been known for exhibiting textbook cases of projection when accusing Republicans of almost anything. 

In my most recent column, I examine the new fever-pitch false narrative about the "alarm" that Donald Trump will end free elections and trample on civil rights if he returns to the presidency. Honestly, even if he did go that route, he would have a difficult time one-upping the current occupant of the White House. 

To anyone paying attention to reality, Joe Biden and his rogue goon squad Justice Department would prefer that half of the country be locked up. It's easier to get an election to go their way if the voters who oppose them are legally indisposed. They've been working feverishly to make sure that the Republican frontrunner is legally unavailable, after all. 

In a time when our southern border is being besieged by various and sundry criminals and college campuses are overrun by protesters who support the most heinous terrorists in the world, it would be nice to think that the formerly trustworthy people at the Federal Bureau of Investigation were focused on some of them. Alas, this is the Biden FBI, and it is singularly focused on any threats to Democratic election victories. 

Catherine wrote yesterday about former FBI agent Steve Friend, who is now going public with what he knows about the priorities of the Bureau:

Posted on: Dec 05 10:01

A bill to block the implementation of federal EV mandates passed the House Rules Committee 9-4 Monday.

The Choice in Automobile Retail Sales (CARS) Act will now go to a floor vote on Tuesday.

The EPA proposed aggressive tailpipe emissions standards earlier this year that would, if finalized, would require 67% of new cars and small SUVs to be electric, along with a large portion of heavy-duty vehicles, by 2032.

Reps. Tim Walberg, R-Mich., and Andrew Clyde, R-Ga., along with more than a dozen House Republicans, introduced the CARS Act, which would prohibit regulations that mandate the use of any specific type of technology or limit availability of new vehicles based on engine type.

Posted on: Dec 05 10:00

Someone wrote on a rock.

Send in the military.

This is some straight up Mr. Burns type “release the hounds” sh*t.

I mean – the military?

For graffiti?

Posted on: Dec 05 09:52