AOC Says Protesting with Indians Put Her in Touch with Her ‘Indigenous Heritage’

So now AOC’s an Indian … or something? Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (R-N.Y.) said Saturday she got in touch with her “indigenous heritage” while protesting an oil pipeline opposed by Native Americans. The claim on Instagram sparked mockery at AOC, who is of Puerto Rican descent and grew up in the wealthy New York City suburb of Westchester County. “One of the ...

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Convicted Killer Escapes Prison, Kills Family Of Five

A convicted murderer got into a chase and deadly shootout with Texas police Thursday night after authorities say he escaped from a prison bus last month and was named the prime suspect in the slaying of a family of five. Gonzalo Lopez was serving a life sentence after he was convicted of murder in 2006 for brutally killing a man ...

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Three Dem Leaders Indicted for Taking Cash Bribes

Three top Democrat St. Louis city leaders were indicted by a federal grand jury for taking cash bribes. Lewis Reed, Alderman President, John Collins-Muhammad, recently resigned 21st Ward Alderman and Jeffrey Boyd, 22nd Ward Alderman, were all accused of taking cash in exchange for political favors and land deals, KMOV reported. The crimes happened from January 1, 2020 to March ...

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Schools Using ‘Sex Work Lesson Plans’, Refuse to Show Parents

The public school system in Virginia‘s capital says it may have more than 4,000 lesson plans, emails, and other materials about “sex work,” but if concerned parents want details, they will have to pay $20,000 to find out. The Richmond district’s potential trove of disturbing materials was revealed when officials responded to a Daily Wire Freedom of Information Act request for all ...

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HS Principal Seen Body Slamming Students on Video, School District Backs Him Up

A South Carolina high school assistant principal was caught on video slamming students to the ground in separate incidents and is charged with assault in connection with one of them. What are the details? Cayce Police released a video they say shows Leon Brunson — an assistant principal at Brookland-Cayce High School — assaulting a student, the State reported. The May ...

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$10 Million Lottery Winner Sentenced to Life in Prison for Murder

Michael Todd Hill, who won $10 million with a scratch-off lottery ticket in 2017, will spend the rest of his life behind bars after being convicted of first-degree murder. Hill, 54, a former nuclear plant worker of Brunswick County, North Carolina, was convicted of shooting and killing his girlfriend, Keonna Graham, 23, in July 2020, the News & Observer reported.  Hill ...

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College Athlete Acquitted of Murder After Beating Gay Man Who Posed as a Woman

A former Virginia Tech football player was acquitted of murder charges Friday in the deadly beating of a man accused of pretending to be a woman during a sexual encounter after the two matched on Tinder.  A jury in Montgomery County Circuit Court found 19-year-old Isimemen Etute not guilty of a charge of second-degree murder in the 2021 death of Jerry Smith, 40, of ...

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Child Rapist Turned Illegal Immigrant Nabbed in Sanctuary City

A convicted child rapist turned illegal immigrant who initially entered the U.S. in New York had spent years hiding out in a Massachusetts sanctuary city before ICE arrested the foreign fugitive last week. Vagner Brito Paixao, a criminal fugitive previously convicted and sentenced to serve 14 years in prison on child rape charges in Brazil, was arrested near Somerville, Massachusetts, on May 25.  The ...

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Man That Set Homeless Man on Fire at Trump Tower was Out on Bail

A man accused of setting a homeless man on fire in an unprovoked attack was out on bail and was wanted by police for violating the bail conditions at the time of the alleged incident.  Joseph Guardia, 27, has been charged with attempted first-degree murder and aggravated arson with bodily harm after allegedly setting 75-year-old Joseph Kromelis, a well known homeless man ...

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Is the GOP Starting to Pivot Away From Trump?

Do the losses by Trump-endorsed candidates in recent elections mean that the former president’s iron-grip on the party is loosening? It seems possible as members of the GOP are beginning to pivot away from Trump in greater numbers.  There seems to be a growing trend of Republicans who are willing to more aggressively assert themselves within the GOP amid signs ...

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