"'Congress shall make no law respecting an institution of religion.' -- The First Amendment to the Constitution

A Nativity scene (or a Menorah for that matter) is not a law, it is a decoration. And on that basis, even though I myself am an atheist, I do not have a problem with Nativity scenes on government property, other than they are a reminder that those are the people we are bombing to steal their oil.

I do draw the line at the Ten Commandments being on display on government buildings with its prohibitions against lying, theft, and killing, as that hostile work environment!" -- Michael Rivero

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One-time outlaw Francisco "Pancho" Villa became one of the most famous generals of the Mexican Revolution and earned a reputation as a champion of the underprivileged.

His story is an interesting blend of rebellion, heroism and the constant pursuit of justice for the poor.

The Mexican Revolution broke out in 1910, overthrowing the dictatorship of Porfirio Díaz. However, the outcome was unsettling.

Francisco Madero, the leader of the revolution, succeeded Díaz as president, but in 1913 he was assassinated by former ally-turned-enemy Victoriano Huerta.

This incident escalated the conflict, with various rebel groups vying for power. One such group was the División del Norte, led by Pancho Villa.

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Devin Nunes, CEO of the Trump Media & Technology Group, is asking House committee leaders to investigate the potential "unlawful manipulation of DJT stock."

In a letter to the committees, Nunes pointed out that DJT [the initials for Donald J. Trump] has appeared every day since April 2 on Nasdaq’s "Reg SHO threshold list," which he said is "indicative of unlawful trading activity."

The concern follows Trump Media & Technology Group, whose flagship product is social networking site Truth Social, began being traded late last month on the Nasdaq stock market.

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Retired Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz suggested that Democrat officials want former President Donald Trump to get killed by taking away his Secret Service protection.

Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-Miss.) introduced legislation last week that would remove Secret Service protection for people who are convicted of felony or state crimes. The lawmaker mentioned that a “former president” could be an individual whose protection would be terminated if he’s found guilty in four cases.

But Mr. Dershowitz, a former constitutional law professor and criminal defense lawyer, asserted in an interview with Newsmax over the weekend that Mr. Thompson’s legislation is “ridiculous” and “means they want him killed because he’s obviously a target.”

“We live in an age where everybody is in danger. Look, Bobby Kennedy ought to be getting Secret Service protection, but certainly Donald Trump needs to get Secret Service protection. He’s not going to jail, but if he goes to jail obviously the law requires Secret Service protection,” Mr. Dershowitz said, referring to independent candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

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Ukraine has now used long range missiles in Russian-held areas on two occasions, according to a report.

The U.S. government had secretly shipped the missiles to Ukraine.

The missiles were part of a $300 million military assistance package that U.S. President Joe Biden approved.

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Federal officials have leveled a discrimination lawsuit at the Sheetz convenience store chain alleging the company’s use of criminal background checks as a screening mechanism for employees falls afoul of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Although Joe Biden’s Department of Justice says it does not believe the company intended to discriminate, the fact that minority applicants are more likely to have criminal records places Sheetz outside of the law.

This action may seem absurd, but the lawsuit fits well within the logic of existing civil rights law and its standard of “disparate impact.” Sheetz employs a common screening method to protect its customers and employees’ safety, yet the Biden administration has made it clear that criminals’ rights hold more importance.

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As Joe Biden faces abysmal polling numbers as he loses support from left-wingers over his support and funding for the Israel war, his administration is now considering extreme measures to keep his power locked in ahead of the 2024 election and beyond.

Are we about to repeat the COVID-style lockdown measures of 2020?

Are we about to see the Democrats claw in an unprecedented and unfair advantage once again and steal the election?

Fox News reported that the Biden White House is now considering defying the Constitution and declaring a climate emergency.

According to Fox guest Marc Morano, a former Republican political aide who runs a climate change skeptic website called ClimateDepot.com, Biden could implement the socialist Green New Deal along with up to 130 measures without approval from Congress.

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  • Gold experiences remarkable surge, up over 15% year-to-date, outperforming S&P 500.
  • Break in inverse relationship between gold price and US dollar signals exceptional market dynamics.
  • Gold’s resilience despite rising real interest rates suggests anticipation of inflation exceeding yields.
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And don’t forget to add the state capital gains tax: the Biden combined federal-state rate would exceed 50% in many states

President Biden has formally proposed the highest top capital gains tax in over 100 years.

Here is a direct quote from the Biden 2025 budget proposal: “Together, the proposals would increase the top marginal rate on long-term capital gains and qualified dividends to 44.6 percent.”

Yes, you read that correctly: A Biden top capital gains and dividends tax rate of 44.6%.

Under the Biden proposal, the combined federal-state capital gains tax exceeds 50% in many states. California will face a combined federal-state rate of 59%, New Jersey 55.3%, Oregon at 54.5%, Minnesota at 54.4%, and New York state at 53.4%.

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The commander of a Palestinian armed group in the occupied West Bank who was thought to have been killed had attended on Sunday the funeral of fighters slain by Israeli forces.

Mohammad Jaber, also known as Abu Shujaa, was believed to have been killed by the Israeli military last week during a nearly 50-hour raid on the Nur Shams camp in Tulkarm, in the northern West Bank.

The raid killed at least 14 Palestinians – including a teenager – and wounded several more people, the latest in a series of deadly Israeli incursions in the West Bank since the start of the Gaza war.

But some Israeli media, such as Israel Hayom newspaper, said reports that Abu Shujaa was killed were inaccurate.

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