Breitbart – by Katherine Rodriguez

An additional 5.9 million people in the United States are on food stamps since the coronavirus pandemic began in March 2020, according to the latest data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).

The USDA data showed that in March 2020, the month the pandemic hit the U.S., 37,140,169 individuals were receiving food stamps. Yet in April, that number soared by an estimated 5.9 million to 42,995,224 individuals. Continue reading “Food Stamp Usage Climbs by 5.9 Million Since Coronavirus Pandemic Began”

Natural News – by Ethan Huff

From coast to coast, Americans everywhere are rising up against pedophilia and human trafficking as part of a growing movement known as “Save the Children.” But a #savethechildren hashtag that had begun to go viral on social media has been banned from Facebook, which apparently now caters to pedophiles.

The arrest and death of Jeffrey Epstein combined with continued circulating news about Hollywood child sex abuse has indeed sparked a wave of outrage that is spilling over into our streets as well as online. And Big Tech, which is presumably implicated, is now trying to put the worms back into the proverbial can with mass censorship. Continue reading “Facebook bans hashtag #savethechildren – Big Tech now protecting PEDOPHILES”

Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden

The state of the New York City restaurant industry is in dire straits. July proved to be another disastrous month for restaurants, bars, and nightlife establishments across the city with a majority unable to pay rent in July, a new survey found.

NYC Hospitality Alliance surveyed about 500 owners and operators of eateries in the city, with 83% of respondents indicating they couldn’t pay the entire rent in July while 37% paid no rent at all. Continue reading ““Financially Devastated” – 83% Of NYC Restaurants Unable To Pay July Rent”

Yahoo News

WASHINGTON — President Trump dramatically cut short a news conference in the White House press briefing room on Monday evening after what he later described as a “shooting” outside the building. Trump was initially taken by the Secret Service from the briefing room podium. He returned roughly 10 minutes later and provided an explanation to reporters.

“There are no details we just found out … it was outside of the White House,” Trump said. “Somebody was taken to the hospital. It seems that the shooting was done by law enforcement. It was the suspect who was shot.”  Continue reading “President Trump’s news conference interrupted by ‘shooting’ outside White House”

Yahoo News

Well, much like the band admitted in 2001, Smash Mouth is not the sharpest tool in the shed.

The band headlined a music festival and motorcycle rally in Sturgis, South Dakota, this weekend, and was criticized heavily on social media after the fact for not adhering to CDC guidelines as the pandemic rages on in the U.S. Continue reading “Smash Mouth Holds Concert For Thousands, Tells Crowd: ‘F**k That COVID’”

Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden

Hundreds of ‘mostly peaceful protesters’ swept through the Magnificent Mile and other parts of downtown Chicago early Monday, smashing windows, looting stores, confronting police and at one point exchanging gunfire with officers, authorities said.  Continue reading “Chaos In Chicago: Bridges Raised To Prevent Gun-Toting Looters Getting Downtown”

Washington Examiner – by Emma Colton

A Nashville, Tennessee, councilwoman wants those who don’t wear face masks during the coronavirus pandemic to be charged with attempted murder.

Sharon Hurt, an at-large councilwoman of the Nashville Metro Council, joined an Aug. 5 meeting between Public Safety, Beer & Regulated Beverages and Health, Hospitals, & Social Services committees. Continue reading “Nashville councilwoman wants attempted murder charges for people who don’t wear face mask, pass on COVID-19”

Sons of Liberty – by Tim Brown

It looks as if a red flag law could be imposed upon members of the US military and their dependents if HR 6395 is part of a compromise between the criminals in Congress and the White House.  The latest version of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2021 contains a provision to target the rights of our veterans and their families. Continue reading “Congress Hides Red Flag Gun Confiscation In Latest 2021 NDAA”

Natural News – by Isabelle Z

The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office has announced that it is forming a civilian posse to help deputies with law enforcement duties, particularly during emergencies.

The move comes as protests against police continue throughout Arizona and the country at large, prompting greater scrutiny of police actions. Continue reading “Sheriff in Arizona forming a citizens’ posse to help fight civil unrest”

WSPA

MOSCOW (AP) — Russia will perceive any ballistic missile launched at its territory as a nuclear attack that warrants a nuclear retaliation, the military warned in an article published Friday.

The harsh warning in the official military newspaper Krasnaya Zvezda (Red Star) is directed at the United States, which has worked to develop long-range non-nuclear weapons. Continue reading “Russia warns it will see any incoming missile as nuclear”

Yahoo News

The 2020 flu season is going to be a little different this year. Previously, sniffles and sneezes were automatically thought of as a sign of the common cold or influenza. But now, they can also be symptoms of COVID-19, the respiratory illness caused by the novel coronavirus.

Even as COVID-19 continues to spread around the country, it’s crucial to be wary of the flu. From October 2019 through early April 2020, up to 62,000 people died due to flu complications, while up to 740,000 people were hospitalized, according to estimates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). That was slightly worse than the 2018-2019 season—approximately 647,000 people were hospitalized and 61,200 people died due to flu complications. Continue reading “The Flu Shot Will Be More Important Than Ever This Year—Here’s When to Get Yours”

Daily Wire – by Ryan Saavedra

Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden renewed his push for banning semi-automatic firearms that he termed “weapons of war” on Wednesday despite the fact that Americans are buying guns in record numbers after months of violent rioting, surges in violent crime in Democrat-controlled cities, and calls from Democrats to “defund the police.”

“Weapons of war have no place in our communities,” Biden tweeted. “When I was a senator, I took on the [NRA] and secured a 10-year ban on assault weapons — and as president, I’ll ban these weapons again.” Continue reading “Biden Calls For ‘Assault’ Gun Ban While Americans Buy In Record Numbers After Riots, ‘Defund Police’ Push. NRA Trolls Him.”

Summit News – by Paul Joseph Watson

Remarks made by President Trump during a speech have prompted speculation after he referred to having a lot of rich enemies and told the audience, “This may be the last time you’ll see me for a while.”

The comments were made during an address Trump gave at the Whirlpool Corporation Manufacturing Plant in Clyde, Ohio. Continue reading “Trump: “This May be the Last Time You’ll See Me for a While””

The Hill – by Naomi Jagoda

Tax preparers are concerned that many of the millions of Americans receiving unemployment benefits due to the pandemic are unaware that they might owe money to the IRS next year.

Jobless benefits are subject to federal income taxes, as well as state income taxes in most parts of the country. Continue reading “Tax preparers warn unemployment recipients could owe IRS”