Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden

The German city of Ulm has unveiled futuristic insulated sleep pods for the homeless on cold winter nights.

Two of these “Ulm nests” were positioned in Ulm, 75 miles west of Munich, earlier this month. The pods give homeless people an emergency place to sleep as colder weather has blanketed much of Germany. Continue reading “Homeless In Germany Offered Futuristic ‘Coffin-Like’ Pods To Sleep In”

Children’s Health Defense

Baseball legend Hank Aaron, who received the Moderna COVID vaccine on Jan. 5, has died. According to the New York Times, the Atlanta Braves confirmed the 86-year-old Hall of Famer’s death today, but did not provide further details.

CNN reported that Aaron died “peacefully in his sleep,” and that no cause of death was disclosed. Continue reading “Home Run King Hank Aaron Dies of ‘Undisclosed Cause’ 18 Days After Receiving Moderna Vaccine”

ACLU

Trans and non-binary people belong, and we need IDs that accurately reflect who we are so we can travel, apply for jobs, and enter public establishments without risk of harassment or harm. The ACLU has filed six cases on behalf of transgender people seeking an accurate ID. Nearly 20 states already have self-attestation and an “X” designation on IDs. We’re asking the Biden-Harris administration to issue an executive order to make it easier for trans and non-binary people to have accurate IDs. Continue reading “They The People: Accurate Gender Markers for All”

CNBC

In Martin Luther King Jr.’s 1967 book “Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community?” the civil rights leader discussed how to best address poverty in the United States.

“I am now convinced that the simplest approach will prove to be the most effective — the solution to poverty is to abolish it directly by a now widely discussed measure: the guaranteed income,” he wrote. Continue reading “Meet the mayors pushing for guaranteed income in 30 cities across the country”

Not the Bee – by Joel Abbott

South Dakota is dealing with a rapid influx of people looking to see each other’s faces, worship, earn a living, spend time with loved ones, and do all the other things that make human life, well, human.

A survey by United Van Lines this month ranked the state fourth in the nation as a destination for people moving across state lines. That’s pretty significant considering that South Dakota ranks 47th in states by population. Continue reading “Peeps are flocking to South Dakota for a taste of freedom and I can’t blame them”

Haaretz

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Reuven Rivlin congratulated Democrat Joe Biden as he was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States on Wednesday, and expressed hope to further strengthen ties between both countries.

“Congratulations President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris on your historic inauguration,” Netanyahu said. Continue reading “Netanyahu Congratulates Biden, Calls to ‘Strengthen U.S.-Israel Alliance, Confront Iran’”

Daily Mail

Gun store owners across the country have reported a big increase in sales in the two weeks preceding Joe Biden‘s inauguration as Second Amendment lovers stock up amid fears the new administration will enact tougher gun-control legislation.

Firearm sellers in states such as California, Virginia, Tennessee, Montana and Florida have seen lines stretching out the doors of some stores with some buyers camping out from 2am to beat out the crowds before supplies run out. Continue reading “Gun owners line up outside stores across the U.S. and continue panic buying amid fears the new president will enforce harsher gun control”

The Hill – by Zack Budryk

President Biden’s personal touches in the Oval Office include replacing a portrait of Andrew Jackson and adding a bust of labor icon Cesar Chavez behind the Resolute Desk, according to The Washington Post.

The new layout includes busts of Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy on either side of the fireplace as well as the Chavez bust. Other busts in the office include Rosa Parks and Eleanor Roosevelt. Continue reading “Biden replaces Andrew Jackson portrait in Oval Office, adds Cesar Chavez bust”

Gateway Pundit – by Cristina Laila

Antifa terrorists in Portland smashed out windows of the headquarters of the Democrat Party in Oregon.

Antifa sprayed ‘F*ck Biden’ on the buidling.

WATCH: Continue reading “Portland Antifa Smashes Out Windows of the Headquarters of the Democrat Party of Oregon”

Yahoo News

For most of his 44-year-long career in public office, Joe Biden had a nickname: Middle Class Joe. He also often called himself “one of the poorest members of Congress.” His scrappy roots—born in Scranton, Pennsylvania, to a father who suffered a number of financial setbacks—are now a big part of his 2020 presidential campaign’s plan to appeal to American voters. But according to the Wall Street Journal, the reason why Biden was often at the bottom of the wealth ladder among his colleagues in the Senate had a lot to do with his life-long obsession with real estate. “Even as a kid in high school I’d been seduced by real estate,” he wrote in his 2007 autobiography, Promises to KeepContinue reading “All of Joe Biden’s Homes”

DW

A large explosion killed at least two people and destroyed most of a building in the Spanish capital Madrid on Wednesday.

Posts on social media showed a multi-level residential building with serious damage and debris littered over the street.

Smoke could be seen rising from the scene from across the city. Continue reading “Spain: Explosion in Madrid destroys building, kills 2”

Free Thought Project – by Matt Agorist

Chicago, IL — Most people reading this article know what it is like to have the blue and red lights pop up in your rear view mirror. The last thing going through your mind at this point is the feeling of ‘being protected.’ This feeling comes from the fact that the overwhelming majority of the time a driver sees police lights in their mirror is because they have been targeted for revenue collection—often the result of a quota system—and they are about to be given a ticket, or worse.

Police, we are told, are here to keep us safe and protect us from the bad guys. However, public safety all too often takes a back seat to revenue collection. Time and time again, the Free Thought Project has exposed quota schemes in which officers were punished for not writing enough tickets or making enough arrests. Continue reading “High Level Cop Exposes Illegal Quota — Cops Told to Make Arrests Even if There’s No Crime”

The Hindu

A court in Thailand on Tuesday sentenced a former civil servant to a record prison term of 43 years and six months for breaching the country’s strict law on insulting or defaming the monarchy, lawyers said.

The Bangkok Criminal Court found the woman guilty on 29 counts of violating the country’s lese majeste law for posting audio clips to Facebook and YouTube with comments deemed critical of the monarchy, the group Thai Lawyers for Human Rights said. Continue reading “Thai court gives record 43-year sentence for insulting king”