Gateway Pundit – by Cristina Laila

California on Thursday is expected to ban the sale of gas-powered vehicles by 2035.

100% of all cars sold in California by 2035 must be ‘free of fossil fuel emissions.’ Continue reading “California to Ban Sale of New Gas-Powered Cars – All Electric Vehicles in Next Decade”

Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden

In 2012, Barack Obama’s Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano rolled out the “Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals” program, also known as DACA.  Over 800,000 illegal immigrant children (or more) have been blocked from deportation and allowed to remain in the US through the DACA program through 2021. Continue reading “Biden Has Released 250,000 Unaccompanied Illegal Immigrant Children Into The US”

Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden

At least 20 million households — or about 1 in 6 American homes — are behind on their power bills as soaring electricity prices spark what is said to be the worst-ever crisis in late utility payments, according to Bloomberg, citing data from the National Energy Assistance Directors Association (Neada).  Continue reading ““Tsunami Of Shutoffs”: 20 Million US Homes Are Behind On Power Bills”

Breitbart – by Gabrielle Reyes

Police officers in New York City arrested a United Nations (U.N.) diplomat from South Sudan on Sunday after he was accused of rape by a woman that day — but released him from custody Monday morning after he successfully claimed diplomatic immunity, the New York Post reported. Continue reading “NYC Frees South Sudan Diplomat on ‘Diplomatic Immunity’ Grounds After Rape Arrest”

Gateway Pundit – by Larry Johnson

That’s right. After 6 months of war between Ukraine and Russia, the U.S. Embassy is now alarmed by the prospect of a possible Russian air assault on Kiev, Lviv and other large Ukrainian cities. Here is the “Security Alert”: Continue reading “U.S. Embassy Kiev Warns All US Citizens to Flee Ukraine”

The National Pulse – by Natalie Winters, Raheem J. Kassam

Anthony Fauci is set to receive an annual retirement package exceeding $350,000 following his controversial tenure as the Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.  Continue reading “FAUCI RESIGNS: In Retirement, He’ll Collect $350,000 a Year… From You.”

National File – by Frankie Stockes

A top advisor to the World Economic Forum says that humans will soon wear “biometric sensors” so that their every move and bodily function can be “constantly monitored” by big tech and the “Chinese government.” The comments are just the latest from the Israeli WEF advisor to raise serious eyebrows. Recently, he publicly proclaimed that the global elite “don’t need the vast majority of the population” even to be alive, mocking humanity as unintelligent and worthless. On another occasion, the same WEF advisor pondered how to keep “useless people” occupied after they’re replaced by AI, suggesting they be quelled with drugs and video games.  Continue reading “Top WEF Advisor Says Humans Will Wear ‘Biometric Sensors,’ be ‘Constantly Monitored’ by Chinese Government, Facebook, Google”

Summit News – by Steve Watson

Once again showing how completely out of touch with reality they are, the Biden Administration’s Energy Secretary has suggested that Americans facing hardship as the cost of living spirals should buy solar panels. Continue reading “Biden ‘Transition’ Energy Czar Tells Poor People To Buy Solar Panels”


American carmaker Ford announced Monday it’s cutting 3,000 jobs in an attempt to lower costs. The cuts affect 2,000 salaried employees and another thousand contract workers, mostly in the U.S., Canada and India. Continue reading “Ford announces layoffs amid transition to electric vehicles”

Yahoo News – Daily Beast

Patrol officers took no chances when they confronted a man claiming to be a federal agent in Dublin, Ohio, a small city about 20 miles north of Columbus. They drew their weapons first and asked questions later. Continue reading “Cops Love Immunity—Until They’re the Ones Abused by Police”

Yahoo News

The families of the victims and survivors of the Robb Elementary School massacre in Uvalde, Texas, are preparing to file a massive lawsuit against the local and state police, the shop that sold gunman Salvador Ramos his weapon and the manufacturer who made the gun.  Continue reading “Uvalde families to file $27 billion civil lawsuit against police, gun manufacturer over school shooting”

Yahoo News

A group of scientists last week announced a plan to resurrect the Tasmanian tiger, a coyote-like marsupial that has been extinct for nearly a century, using state-of-the-art gene editing technology. Continue reading “Scientists say they can bring extinct species back. But should they?”


China says it will try to protect its grain harvest from record-setting drought by using chemicals to generate rain, while factories in the southwest waited Sunday to see whether they would be shut down for another week due to shortages of water to generate hydropower. Continue reading “China Plans Cloud Seeding to Protect Grain Crop from Drought”

Oil Price – by Charles Kennedy

U.S. oil and gas companies generated profits worth $73.7 billion last year on the back of improving prices, with capital expenditure reaching $144.1 billion.

This is one of the outtakes from a new report from EY titled “U.S. oil and gas reserves, production and ESG benchmarking study.” Continue reading “U.S. Oil And Gas Firms Made $74 Billion In Profits Last Year”

Conservative Brief – by Martin Walsh

Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis has re-established the Florida State Guard, a state-controlled private military force.

The Florida State Guard, which existed during the World War II era, would not be controlled by the Pentagon and would be a separate, non-federal entity. Continue reading “Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Announces Plans For Private Military Force”

Gateway Pundit – by Jim Hoft

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health is giving free COVID-19 tests to animals that are thought to have the virus even though there have been no COVID positives among tested animals. Continue reading “Los Angeles Public Health Offers Free COVID-19 Testing for Pets After City Records Zero Pet Cases”