Michael Rapaport filmed the moment a bold thief sauntered out of a Rite Aid on the Upper East side of New York City with two shopping bags full of stolen goods, calling it ‘pathetic’ that brazen crime continues to spiral in the Big Apple because of soft-on-crime policies.
The actor and comedian, who posted footage of the incident on Instagram, told DailyMail.com that he was ‘disgusted’ and ‘surprised’ when he saw the thief stocking up on items from three different sections of the pharmacy before deciding he was satisfied. Continue reading “Michael Rapaport films brazen thief sauntering out of Upper East Side Rite Aid with bags full of stolen goods while security guard does NOTHING”
THE US Navy is racing to retrieve a $100million warplane that fell off its aircraft carrier before China can get their hands on it.
Six sailors and the pilot were hurt when the F-35C Lightning II crash landed on the USS Carl Vinson in the South China Sea on Monday. Continue reading “US races to retrieve crashed F-35 before China can seize ‘world’s most advanced’ jet from disputed waters”
Whereas American business titans of the past developed revolutionary new forms of transportation, communication, production, medical treatments and sanitation, Mark Zuckerberg is using his billions to develop an AI supercomputer to censor lawful speech and silence dissent.
From CNET, “Facebook parent Meta uses AI to tackle new types of harmful content”: Continue reading “Facebook’s New ‘Cutting-Edge AI Supercomputer’ Will Be Used to Censor ‘Hate Speech’ And ‘Misinformation’”
Quebec’s new insane vaccine passport scheme banning the unvaccinated from big-box stores like Walmart and Costco provides exceptions only for “groceries and pharmacies,” though you’ll apparently need to be escorted around by an employee to make certain you’re not buying anything else, at least for the pharmacies. Continue reading “Quebec: Unvaxxed Must Be ‘Accompanied At All Times’ by Store Escort Upon Entering Walmart, Costco to Use Pharmacy”
“Curb Your Enthusiasm” actress Cheryl Hines has condemned her husband Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s comments about Anne Frank, who was murdered by Nazis as a teenager, which he made during a rally against vaccine mandates.
Kennedy, a longtime opponent of vaccines, invoked Nazi Germany in his screed against vaccine mandates on Sunday, at the Lincoln Memorial, and suggested that Frank was better off than Americans whose jobs require them to get vaccinated. He later apologized for the reference. Continue reading “Cheryl Hines condemns husband Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s anti-vaccine comments, which invoked Anne Frank”
While we have made progress much more needs to be done to improve people’s lives. This election is crucial: nothing less is at stake than our Democracy.
But we don’t agonize-we organize. I am running for re-election to Congress to deliver For The People and defend Democracy. -NP pic.twitter.com/ojwFPOdRs3
— Nancy Pelosi (@TeamPelosi) January 25, 2022
In a now-deleted post on his website, Young asked his managers and record label to remove his music from Spotify because he said the music and podcast platform is “spreading fake information about vaccines — potentially causing death to those who believe this disinformation spread by them.” (Rolling Stone originally reported the text of the deleted post.) Continue reading “Neil Young wants his music scrubbed from Spotify because of vaccine misinformation on the platform”
San Jose, California, is getting closer to adopting a first-in-the-nation law to address gun violence by requiring all gun owners to pay a fee and carry liability insurance.
The Silicon Valley city’s council is due to vote Tuesday on the ordinance, whose dual-pronged approach aims to reduce the risk of gun harm by incentivizing safer behavior and to ease taxpayers of the financial burden of gun violence. Continue reading “This Silicon Valley city is poised to take a step closer to first-in-the-nation gun ownership requirements”
Amid reporting on a variety of studies that find a direct causal relationship between an increase in deaths in countries with higher levels of vaccinations, seemingly countless Americans are now expressing regret they ever took the COVID vaccine.
Thousands of individuals across social media have come out expressing regret over taking the COVID vaccine. The vaccines have not stopped the lockdowns, they have not stopped people from feeling sick, and they have not stopped the travel restrictions. Continue reading “Thousands on Twitter Say They ‘Regret’ Getting the Vaccine — ‘Side-Effects Worse than COVID’”
Top officials in Israel are said to be preparing for a scenario in which will they fly out tens of thousands of Jewish people from Ukraine in the event of a Russian invasion, a top local newspaper has reported amid persistent Western speculation that Moscow could be planning an all-out offensive.
In a report on Sunday, Haaretz claimed that representatives from several government offices had met over the weekend to discuss the risk of the Jewish community in the Eastern European nation potentially being caught up in a conflict. Continue reading “Israel planning mass Jewish evacuation from Ukraine – media”
Students at Vanderbilt University may now be reported for speech that is deemed “inconsistent with the University’s values” and not have the option to appeal such rulings.
“This determination cannot be appealed,” the Vanderbilt Student Handbook states in reference to speech determined to be not aligned with university values. Continue reading “New ‘arbitrary’ speech code reports that ‘cannot be appealed’ raise concerns about freedom on campus”
Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer is working on developing a one-shot annual vaccine to replace its current vaccine, which loses its efficacy after three to six months and requires multiple booster shots, company CEO Albert Bourla told Israel’s Channel 12 on Saturday night.
He said that getting jabbed every four or five months “will not be a good scenario” and that having an annual shot, similar to the flu vacccine, “from a public health perspective, it is an ideal situation.” Continue reading “Pfizer CEO to Israel: Pharma giant making yearly COVID vaccine to take forever”
As one of the greatest works in Britain’s literary canon, Nineteen Eighty-Four sounds a chilling warning about the dangers of censorship.
Now staff at the University of Northampton have issued a trigger warning for George Orwell’s novel on the grounds that it contains ‘explicit material’ which some students may find ‘offensive and upsetting’. Continue reading “University slaps a TRIGGER warning on George Orwell’s 1984”
New York City mayor, and former NYPD officer, Eric Adams has decided to bring back a controversial unit to help police the streets of New York.
According to NPR, Adams has vowed to reduce or end gun violence on the streets. He believes in order to maintain his promise, Adams is bringing back the controversial plainclothes unit that sees officers dressed in regular clothes patrol the streets. Continue reading “NYPD bringing back plainclothes officers”