"And the bewildered herd is still believing

Everything we've been told from our birth

Hell they won't lie to me

Not on my own damn TV

But how much is a liar's word worth

And what happened to peace on earth" -- Willie Nelson

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In 1957, the BBC shocked the nation with a prank that redefined the April Fool's prank. Picture this: A picturesque family in the Swiss countryside delicately plucking strands of spaghetti from a tree.

Absurd, right? Nevertheless, this crazy scene aired as an authentic report on BBC's Panorama. Here's the twist: Spaghetti was a culinary mystery to many Britons at the time.


 

 It's Carnival season in New Orleans and that means the lines outside local bakeries are long and the pace inside is brisk as employees attempt to keep up with customer demand for king cakes—those brightly colored seasonal pastries that have exploded in popularity over the past few years.


 

Elon Musk, the owner of X, formerly Twitter, says that President Joe Biden wants to prioritize allowing legal status for millions of immigrants because he wants to create a "one-party state" in the United States. 

The ongoing tension between Texas and the Biden administration has seen red state governors rallying behind Texas and its efforts to defend the border.

Eagle Pass, known as one of the busiest ports of entry for illegal immigrants, has witnessed significant improvements since Texas implemented its lockdown measures. In January, it was reported that Texas had seized property along the Rio Grande in Shelby Park due to the Biden administration's failure to secure the border.

Joe Biden has got the country in a stranglehold and legendary rockstar Ted Nugent has taken notice.

The rock legend recently headlined the “Take Our Border Back” rally taking place in central Texas, with a trucker convoy consisting of patriots from around the country.

Nugent played the National Anthem and then had a few choice words for Resident-in-Chief Joe Biden.

Yesterday, a reporter standing outside the Senate chamber told me that after four months of secrecy, The Firm™️ plans to release the text of the $106 billion supplemental aid/border-security package — possibly as soon as today.

Wasting no time, she then asked, “If you get the bill by tomorrow, will you be ready to vote on it by Tuesday?”

The words “hell no” escaped my mouth before I could stop them. Those are strong words where I come from. (Sorry, Mom.)

In a recent interview, former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley faced a challenging question regarding Texas's right to secede from the United States.

Haley's response, that it is "their decision to make," has sparked debate.

Last month, the Supreme Court shocked the nation when it ruled against Texas. Even though millions of illegal aliens have swarmed the border, the court allowed the Biden administration to remove barriers put up by the state.

This has only increased tensions between Texas and the federal government. Gov. Abbott has vowed to continue putting up wire and other barriers to defend his state.

A Border Patrol center for migrants in Eagle Pass, Texas was evacuated after threats to burn it down were made by people who joined the 'Take Back Our Border' trucker convoy to protest the Biden administration's border policies. 

Up to 175 migrants were relocated to other holding centers in Texas on Thursday after law enforcement learned of the threats, sources confirmed to DailyMail.com. 

Yesterday, a reporter standing outside the Senate chamber told me that after four months of secrecy, The Firm™️ plans to release the text of the $106 billion supplemental aid/border-security package — possibly as soon as today.

Wasting no time, she then asked, “If you get the bill by tomorrow, will you be ready to vote on it by Tuesday?”

The words “hell no” escaped my mouth before I could stop them. Those are strong words where I come from. (Sorry, Mom.)