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"Every record has been destroyed or falsified, every book rewritten, every picture has been repainted, every statue and street building has been renamed, every date has been altered. And the process is continuing day by day and minute by minute. History has stopped. Nothing exists except an endless present in which the Party is always right." -- George Orwell, 1984"
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After explaining the plot that involves the Autobots searching for a key that will prevent Unicron from not only destroying Cybertron, but allowing them to return to the planet, Price of Reason reveals the film contains “a heavy dose of of modern day Hollywood trendy agendas.”
“As dumb as much as the writing seemed on previous installments there was still a sense of escapism even if those movies were admittedly somewhat of a nostalgic guilty pleasure,” he said. “This movie starts with a heavy dose of of modern day Hollywood trendy agendas right out the gate.”
“And when I say right out the gate I mean immediately after the opening credits,” he asserted. “The main human protagonist Noah Diaz lives in Brooklyn, New York. His brother is sick and his family is facing financial struggles. And he has to go on a job interview. About 30 seconds into the movie Noah’s mother tells Noah that he should pretend to laugh at the white interviewers jokes because the whites like that kind of stuff. And maybe if he laughs the whites will agree to give him a job.”
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The leaders of Extinction Rebellion (XR) and various other European eco-terrorism groups are planning a “summer of chaos” in the United States this year, complete with a “large-scale civil disobedience campaign” of hunger strikes, road and highway blockages, and disruption at federal properties.
A male teacher at Stationers’ Crown Woods Academy, a secondary school and sixth form in the Greenwich area near London, England, went on a tirade in front of his class recently about how LGBT is the way, in his opinion, and that all students must accept it or else.
It’s been nine years since the legendary comedian Joan Rivers passed away, but she is still missed by millions of fans to this day. In a new interview, Joan’s daughter Melissa is opening up about what her mother would have thought about the brutal cancel culture that has taken over our society in the years since her death.
Joan Would ‘Be Very Frustrated’
“I think she’d be very frustrated,” Melissa told Fox News when asked about cancel culture. “I think she would be happy that it’s swinging back towards the middle from such extremes.”
“I would have hoped that she would have gotten sort of grandfathered in not having to be so politically correct, kind of like Dave Chappelle,” she continued. “And I think she would have. But I do think it would be incredibly frustrating. Some people justifiably need to be canceled, some people do not. And I think we went through a phase where it was too much.”
Students at the University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin) were reportedly behind a censorship initiative aimed at conservative news outlets, according to a report.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is a rapidly evolving field of computer science that seeks to create intelligent machines that can perform tasks that traditionally require human intelligence, such as understanding natural language, recognizing visual patterns, and learning from experience.
Walgreens has unveiled new anti-theft measures at its redesigned store in Chicago as a solution to rising retail crime, but customers are complaining of being unable to shop for themselves.
Leaked internal emails reveal that woke retail giant Target is “asking” its employees to engage in LGBT-themed activities and celebrate Pride Month.
The Hollywood star Jane Fonda, who infamously earned herself the nickname Hanoi Jane during the Vietnam War, recently launched an attack on “white men” that can only be described as racist.
“We’ve got about seven, eight years to cut ourselves in half of what we use of fossil fuels, and unfortunately, the people that have the least responsibility for it are hit the hardest — Global South, people on islands, poor people of color,” Fonda, 85, said during an appearance at the Cannes Film Festival last month. “It is a tragedy that we have to absolutely stop. We have to arrest and jail those men — they’re all men [behind this].”
Fonda went on to blame racism for climate change, saying that “white men” are the culprits.
“It’s good for us all to realize, there would be no climate crisis if there was no racism. There would be no climate crisis if there was no patriarchy. A mindset that sees things in a hierarchical way,” she claimed, according to The New York Post. “White men are the things that matter and then everything else [is] at the bottom.”
Republican presidential candidates have thus far failed to offer a promise to pardon former President Donald Trump should they win the election in 2024, with the exception of one man.
Biotech entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy, who was one of the first to enter the GOP primary and is currently languishing well behind the rest of the field from the onset due to low name recognition, was the only one to exhibit a spine in responding to the politically motivated indictment of Trump.
"Congresswoman Nancy Mace says there's damning evidence in the FBI file that you sold out the country," the reporter noted, asking Biden for his response.
Despite the seriousness of the allegations, Biden used the moment to crack a joke.
"Wheres the money?" he wise-cracked, adding, "I'm joking. It's a bunch of malarkey."
The joke did not go over well.
"[W]e don't find selling out your country funny. Prove us wrong by releasing your and your family’s unredacted bank records. The FBI can't protect you forever," Mace responded.
June 10, 2023 marks the 60th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s famous commencement address at Washington, D.C.’s American University. This speech—among JFK’s finest—laid out a vision of how to save America and humanity from the mutually-assured destruction that would come from nuclear confrontation with the Soviet Union. It also tackled the questions of how to exit the Cold War and accompanying arms race on honorable terms and how to create a new peace with the USSR based not on ignoring our ideological and political differences—which were substantive and fundamental—but instead recognizing our shared humanity, which had been lost in the propaganda, saber-rattling, and undermining actions from both sides amounting to “war by other means.”
The president’s message was delivered in the aftermath of the Cuban Missile Crisis, which, in the absence of JFK’s careful diplomatic maneuvering against the wishes of his military and security advisors, likely would have resulted in nuclear confrontation and the total annihilation of both nations.
JFK’s vision of peace was specific:
Not a Pax Americana enforced on the world by American weapons of war. Not the peace of the grave or the security of the slave. I am talking about genuine peace, the kind of peace that makes life on earth worth living, the kind that enables men and nations to grow and to hope and to build a better life for their children—not merely peace for Americans but peace for all men and women—not merely peace in our time but peace for all time.
The message, of course, was trampled underfoot less than six months later in the blood and mire of JFK’s assassination—under circumstances that to this day are shadowed by lies and dissimulation. Sixty years later, it is worth reflecting on why JFK was marked for death and why we should still care.
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A new poll shows that the number of Americans identifying themselves as “social conservatives” has hit its highest point in over 10 years.
According to the Washington Free Beacon, the latest poll from Gallup shows that 38 percent of Americans identify as socially conservative, marking a 5-point increase from 33 percent in 2022 and the highest mark for this label since 2012. Meanwhile, only 29 percent of Americans identified as “socially liberal,” down from 33 percent last year.
“For most of the past eight years, Americans were about as likely to say they were liberal as conservative on social issues,” said Gallup in the summary of its findings. “This year, there is a more obvious conservative advantage.”
“Greater social conservatism may be fostering an environment more favorable to passing conservative-leaning social legislation, especially in Republican-dominated states,” Gallup continued.
What are the chances that a failing President like Biden could win a second term?
The man would be 86 years old at the end of his tenure. He has inflicted the devastating loss in Afghanistan, an economic recession, a crisis at the border, crime through the roof, and so much more.
And yet, in the crazy world we live in, he is running for President again and his party is rallying around him and boxing out any serious primary competitors like RFK Jr.
But with Kamala hanging around his neck like an albatross, rumors have been flying that Joe might take the unprecedented step of turning to his former boss for help.
You heard that right: some are suggesting Obama himself should be Biden’s VP.
The political divide in America has never been wider, and the result is increased civil and governmental strife. Some residents are finding it difficult to live around those who differ from them so greatly.
A few states have even talked about secession; specifically, parts or counties of states that want no part of their local government.
And now, a significant chunk of one blue state is a step closer to saying “goodbye forever.”
The “Greater Idaho” movement began back in 2020: it’s a push to allow large portions of rural eastern Oregon to secede and join the vastly more conservative Idaho.
Initially, the idea was met with plenty of skepticism, as most didn’t believe it really had a chance. However, multiple counties have signed on to explore the possibility, and that movement keeps growing.
This week, the 12th Oregon county voted to consider the idea
The indictment of Former President Donald Trump has been denounced by prominent figures such as Twitter CEO Elon Musk, Florida Governor and 2024 Presidential hopeful Ron DeSantis, and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy.
On Thursday, 45th President Donald Trump was indicted on seven charges for his alleged mishandling of classified documents.
“I never thought it possible that such a thing could happen to a former President of the United States, who received far more votes than any sitting President in the History of our Country, and is currently leading, by far, all Candidates, both Democrat and Republican, in Polls of the 2024 Presidential Election,” Trump said in a Truth Social post blasting the indictment.
Other figures joined the 45th President and blasted the indictment calling it a “weaponization of the federal law enforcement.”
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis condemned the federal indictment of former President Donald Trump — and used his statement about it to campaign.
Joe Biden has yet to be interviewed by the special counsel investigating the stolen classified documents he stored at the Penn Biden Center and in his Delaware garage.
A new poll from Gallup indicates that the number of Americans who identify as social and economic conservatives is the highest it has been in a decade.
The GOP Committee on Weaponization on Thursday uncovered new information suggesting the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is targeting Elon Musk’s Twitter.
On Thursday, police arrested a migrant from Syria for a mass stabbing attack targeting children in a park in Annecy, France.
Joe Biden on Thursday held a joint press conference with UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak after their bilateral meeting in the Oval Office.
Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) called on Joe Biden to release his and the Biden family’s bank and LLC records on Thursday in response to Biden’s answer to a reporter’s question about bribery allegations contained in the FBI FD-1023 form reviewed by members of the House Oversight Committee earlier in the day.
In a recent interview, Mark Zuckerberg, the co-founder and CEO of Facebook, admitted the difficulties his platform faced in combating COVID-19 misinformation during the pandemic due to frequent inconsistencies by the scientific establishment.
The city of San Francisco used to pride itself on the number of business conventions that were held there each year and it was great for all of the hotels in the city too.
He will be arraigned in Miami on Tuesday. The Biden regime decided to indict Trump over having classified documents at Mar-A-Lago.
Solar power generation in parts of the northeastern United States has taken a significant hit in recent weeks, primarily due to smoke from wildfires in Canada. A thick shroud of smoke has caused solar power production in these areas to plummet by more than 50%.
For years now Democrats have been pushing pornographic cartoon books into American classrooms. Several of the book include drawings of children and adults in sex acts.
Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-TX) is expected to introduce a bill Friday that would reauthorize a program providing taxpayer funding for children’s hospitals with a catch: No hospital that provides transgender treatments to minors will be eligible.
If you want to see Taylor Swift on Friday in Detroit, you can go online to vividseats.com and buy a ticket right now — for $1,157.