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Huge Changes Coming To Twitter After Woke Staff Meltdown

After Elon Musk’s purchase of Twitter, the social media platform will undergo substantial changes.

Tesla’s chief executive has not yet revealed his immediate plans, but he presents himself as an advocate for free speech.…CONTINUE READING»>

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Fed Judge Blocks Biden’s Radical Plan To Stop Conservatives

Biden’s radical plan is about to hit a wall.

Socialist Democrats along with Biden have been using the violence committed by a few on January 6th at the U.S. Capitol against anyone even remotely involved, even if they didn’t take part in the rioting…CONTINUE READING»>

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Federal Court Dismisses All Challenges to Texas Abortion Law Enforcement Provision

The 5th Circuit Court of appeals has dismissed all challenges to the Texas Heartbeat Act’s private enforcement provision.
“Having received the ruling of the Texas Supreme Court that named officials defendants may not enforce the provisions of the Texas Heartbeat Act… this court REMANDS the case with instructions to dismiss all challenges to the private enforcement provisions of the statute and to consider whether plaintiffs have standing to challenge,” the ruling states, per Just the News. 
As previously reported by Human Events News, the law prevents abortion after about six weeks of pregnancy, saying that a physician is prohibited from knowingly performing an abortion if there is a “detectable fetal heartbeat.” 
The law relies on citizens to file legal claims against abortion providers or anyone believed to perform or assist with an abortion. 

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Harvard to Allocate $100M to Address its ‘Legacies with Slavery’

Harvard University plans to shell out a whopping $100 million to study and address its history with slavery, according to a Tuesday announcement from its president. 

The Committee on Harvard and the Legacy of Slavery released a report and announced a $100 million fund to implement the report’s recommendations, President Larry Bacow said. 
The report listed a series of recommendations including how the university can “redress” its “legacies with slavery” through teaching, research and service,” the Daily Caller reports. 
“I recognize that this is a significant commitment, and for good reason,” Bacow said in his announcement. “Slavery and its legacy have been a part of American life for more than 400 years. The work of further redressing its persistent effects will require our sustained and ambitious efforts for years to come.”
One of the recommendations, titled “Establish an Endowed Legacy of Slavery Fund to Support the University’s Reparative Efforts,” proposes creating a Legacy of Slavery Fund to implement the findings of the report.
“Financial expenditures are a necessary predicate to and foundation for redress,” the recommendation said, but stated “profound harm caused by the Unive …

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Truth Social is top free app, with Twitter second on iOS Apps store

Truth Social on Tuesday ranks as the No. 1 free app on the online iOS apps store, with the Twitter app in second.The site was started by former President Trump and is owned by the Trump Media and Technology Group. The site was launched in late February but had limited new arrivals as the result of an extended beta testing period, which also creating a significant wait list of potential users.
However, the company recently completed the site’s long-prepared migration to Rumble, which has eliminate the backlogs.
On Monday, as Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk announced a deal with Twitter to buy the platform for roughly $44 billion, Trump said he would not return to it. 
“I am not going on Twitter, I am going to stay on Truth,” he said on Fox News.
Tr …

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Chris Wallace Breaks Silence On The Implosion Of His CNN+ Job

CNN recently called halt to its fiasco of a streaming service, CNN+, after less than a month. The service will be shut down at the end of April.

The staff of CNN+ is not happy that the service has been axed so quickly, despite its massive failure…CONTINUE READING»>

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Manchin says he’s not for reviving Biden’s Build Back Better agenda

Check out what’s clicking on FoxBusiness.com. Sen. Joe Manchin, once again, poured cold water on hopes the Senate would pass President Biden’s ambitious Build Back Better social spending plan. “There’s not a Build Back Better revival,” Manchin, D‑W.Va., told reporters Tuesday at the Capitol. “There’s not.“Manchin said legislation that deals with “major social changes” – as BBB sought to tackle free preschool, clean energy projects and health care – need to go through the regular Senate process and “build consensus.” Sen. Joe Manchin speaks during the 2022 CERAWeek. (F. Carter Smith/Bloomberg via Getty Images / Getty Images) “Then if you think you need reconciliation because you got a great piece of legislation, but people are playing politics with it that’s another. … We haven’t had hearings on any of these things,” Manchin said. With the Senate equally divided, all 50 senators in the Democratic caucus must be united in passing sweeping spending legislation through a process called budget reconciliation. But both Manchin and Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, D‑Ariz., have previously opposed the roughly $2 trillion social spending and environmental bill that passed the House in November – and efforts to pass a pared down bill that they could support have since sputtered.  MANCHIN SAYS HE ‘CANNOT VOTE’ FOR BUILD BACK BETTER: ‘I’VE DONE EVERYTHING HUMANLY POSSIBLE’Fresh off a spring break recess, environmental groups, lobbyists and progressives are making a new push to get at least something passed in the Senate before the midterm elections in November. Many lawmakers view July 4 as a crucial deadline to get something passed before the midterm season, and White House officials are facing the “real fear” that they will fail to reach a deal with Manchin to get anything done, according to the Washington Post’s conversations with Biden administration officials. Sen. Joe Manchin speaks to reporters on Capitol Hill on Oct. 27, 2021. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik / AP Newsroom)INFLATION SURGES 8.5% IN MARCH, HITTING A NEW 40-YEAR HIGHManchin, who has long raised concerns about how excess spending could drive up inflation, gave no indication Tuesday he was in a hurry to …

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Elon Just Sent Brutal Message To Woke Twitter Staff

The left is melting down over the fact that libertarian-ish Elon Musk has pried Twitter away from anti-freedom wokeists who ran the company. And people are having a great time mocking them.

In response to liberals threatening to leave the platform, conservatives had some laugh-out-loud suggestions and memes…

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Twitter employees distraught over Musk buyout, too ‘in shock to speak’: report

FOX Business host Larry Kudlow discusses Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover and the various reactions the Tesla CEO has received following the deal. Twitter employees have reportedly struggled with the news that the company is on the verge of being acquired by Tesla CEO Elon Musk with some of them too “shocked” to speak over the billionaire’s plans to promote freedom of speech. Several Twitter employees expressed serious concerns and fear over Musk’s $44 billion acquisition of the company including a prominent worry that Musk would undo censorship mechanisms they had worked to implement over the years, The Washington Post reported Monday.  SAN FRANCISCO, CA — OCTOBER 27: Twitter headquarters is seen in San Francisco, California, United States on October 27, 2021. (Photo by Tayfun Coskun/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images) (Photo by Tayfun Coskun/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images / Getty Images)TWITTER ACCEPTS MUSK’S $44 BILLION DEAL In reaction to news of the sale, some employees shared tear-filled emojis and memes of emotional breakdowns. In some cases, employees were “too in shock to speak” about the company’s future.Twitter held an employee town hall on Monday where management reportedly struggled to adequately answer questions about the company’s view on free speech going forward, future layoffs, and whether Twitter will earn revenue from advertising. A sign is pictured outside the Twitter headquarters in San Francisco, Monday, April 25, 2022. (AP Photo/Jed Jacobsohn / AP Newsroom)ELON MUSK IS ‘UNTRUSTWORTHY AND BRILLIANT,’ AMERICANS WEIGH IN ON TWITTER BUY“Totally understand that this is entertainment for some,” one Twitter employee tweeted. “But please understand that this is certainly not entertainment for me.”“The news today is so crazy I literally forgot I have COVID,” another posted.The Post added that not every employee it spoke to reacted negatively to the news, including one who expressed “cautious” optimism that Musk would not purchase the company to sink it. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPNew York Times reporter Talmon Joseph Smith tweeted that the mood inside Twitter HQ is “absolutely insane” with an internal source telling him, “I feel like im going to throw up..I rly don’t wanna work for a company that is owned by Elon Musk.“Musk’s acquisition of Twitter sparked a firestorm this week with conservatives on social media praising the move in hopes that Musk would curb Twitter censorship and liberals threatening to leave the platform while fretting about the possibility of former President Donald Trump being reinstated. esla CEO Elon Musk (Photo by Patrick Pleul — Pool/Getty Images) ((Photo by Patrick Pleul — Pool/Getty Images) / Getty Images)“Free speech is the bedrock of a functioning de …

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Russia warns WWIII risk ‘very significant’

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov warned on Monday that the risk of a third world war “cannot be underestimated,” and said the U.S. and North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) are adding to that risk by supplying weapons to Ukraine. In a Monday interview with the “Big Game” program on Russian state-run television Channel One, Lavrov said Russia agreed on the “inadmissibility of nuclear war” and said avoiding such conflict is “our principled position.” However, Lavrov warned that “now the risks are very significant.” “The danger is serious, real. It cannot be underestimated,” Lavrov said. Throughout the interview, Lavrov criticized the U.S. for the collapse of various nuclear arms control agreements and for building alliances like NATO and AUKUS that could challenge Russia. Lavrov also criticized the U.S. and NATO for supplying arms to Ukraine. Lavrov said the U.S. and other western nations often speak of trying to avoid World War III, but said they undermine these efforts by arming Ukraine and bolstering its defenses against the ongoing Russian invasion. “Everyone says that in no case should a third world war be allowed,” Lavrov said. “It is in this context that the constant provocat …

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