On Tuesday, Jimmy Kimmel used his mundane monologue to mock some prominent right-wingers in a strikingly intolerant manner.  Kimmel remarked, “Speaking of head injuries, polls are showing Herschel Walker in a dead heat with the incumbent Senator Raphael Warnock in their runoff.” That’s really funny, considering Democrat John Fetterman had a stroke, and Joe Biden
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New York City Mayor Eric Adams is getting desperate about the city’s mentally ill homeless crisis. He has now directed police and emergency personnel to hospitalize more mentally ill people even if they don’t appear to present a threat to themselves or others. “The common misunderstanding persists that we cannot provide involuntary assistance unless the
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In my home state of Georgia, we’ve had a front-row seat to watch Brian Kemp grow from a solid Republican candidate into a formidable governor. His first term as governor has brought so many victories for conservatives in the Peach State. I’ve been a fan of Kemp since his first campaign. I initially backed a
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Professional fishermen are in hot water following accusations of cheating in a recent fishing tournament in Ohio. Competitors at the Lake Erie Walleye Trail Tournament Series (LEWT) believed something was fishy when the catch of two anglers’ was suspiciously heavy. Competitors claimed that fellow fishermen were guilty of stuffing the freshwater fish with weights. It
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New York plans to prohibit the sale of all new gas-powered cars and trucks by 2035. New York Gov. Kathy Hochul is following California’s lead to convert all new car sales to electric vehicles. On Thursday, Holchul announced that she will aggressively push the state to require every new car to be an EV by
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During a panel discussion Friday night, Real Time host Maher suggested that Joe Biden should run for reelection again in 2024 but drop Kamala Harris if he does. Maher believes that once you’re in the Oval Office, it’s extremely difficult to give it up voluntarily. As much as it’s an important, consequential, and stressful job,
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A federal court blocked the state of Iowa’s efforts to prevent animal rights activists from filming commercial livestock operations, reports the Des Moines Register. Since 2012, Iowa has passed four statutes, known by opponents as “ag-gag” laws, that target animal rights activists who have published video and images from inside large livestock facilities, “sometimes infiltrating
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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis issued a stern warning to would-be criminals thinking about taking advantage of the chaos left by Hurricane Ian: “Don’t even think about looting.” Hurricane Ian obliterated areas of southwest Florida this week – leaving a trail of death and destruction. The current death toll is at least 45 people, but that
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Last week, a federal appeals court ordered the dismissal of a National Rifle Association (NRA) lawsuit accusing a New York regulator of violating the NRA’s First Amendment rights by pressuring banks and insurers to stop doing business with the gun-rights group, reports Reuters. The United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit said the
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An Afghanistan national who escaped the Middle Eastern country during the Biden administration’s tumultuous evacuation has been charged with a child sex crime and violent assault of a 12-year-old boy in New Mexico. On Sept. 21, Shah Mahmood Selab, 35, was charged in federal court with coercion and enticement of a minor. Selab faces a
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