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He Spent 33 Years In Jail For A Rape He Didn’t Commit Because Prosecutors Didn’t Turn Over Evidence. His Sentence Was Just Vacated.

Edward Clayton Taylor spent 33 years in prison and 36 years believed to be a child rapist after he was convicted of raping 4-year-old Stephanie McIntyre Love in 1986. Taylor, now 57, always maintained his innocent, even pointing out that at the time he had a 4-year-old daughter and would never do such a thing. ...

U.S. Airlines Desperate For Pilots Consider Cutting Training Requirements

U.S. airlines facing a pilot shortage are considering measures that would make it easier to get pilots trained faster, including halving the number of flight hours needed to become a pilot. The pilot shortage has led to flight cancellations across the country and airlines cutting regional planes, Business Insider reported. “The pilot shortage for the ...

Father Of Murdered Police Chief Told By HOA To Remove Police Flag From Yard, Claims It’s A ‘Political Statement’

On May 12, 2017, Tom DiSario was leaving a Bible study when he heard a report of “shots fired” on the radio and instantly knew that his son, Kirkersville Police Chief Steven Eric DiSario, had been murdered. On that day, 43-year-old Thomas Hartless went to the Pine Kirk Care Center in Kirkersville, Ohio, where he ...

Michigan Governor Declares State Of Emergency After Deadly Tornado

At least two people are dead and more than 40 have been injured in a powerful tornado that ripped through northern Michigan Friday night. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer declared a state of emergency for Otsego County, where the tornado tore through the city of Gaylord, ripping off roofs and flipping cars, according to CNN. “We are ...

The Railroading Of Dr. David Sabatini

Dr. David Sabatini, a world-renowned scientist who has been included on the short list for the Nobel Prize thanks to his cancer research, was at the pinnacle of his profession in 2020. Sabatini’s groundbreaking work at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s (MIT) prestigious Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research (WIBR) led some to believe he might ...

UCF Professor Fired After Tweets Questioning Black Lives Matter Narrative Must Be Reinstated, Receive Back Pay, Arbitrator Finds

A University of Central Florida (UCF) professor who was fired after some tweets questioning certain Black Lives Matter narratives must be reinstated, with tenure, and receive back pay, an arbitrator has decided. Charles Negy, an associate psychology professor, was the victim of a prolonged campaign by UCF to find a reason to fire him after ...

Bill De Blasio Announces He Will Run For Congress

Former New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is preparing to run for congress, announcing on Wednesday that he has formed an Exploratory Committee for New York’s redrawn 10th Congressional District. A little over three months ago, de Blasio said he would not run for New York’s 11th Congressional District, and earlier this year, he ...

U.S. Women’s Soccer ‘Equal Pay’ Agreement Includes Men’s Team Now Subsidizing Their Pay

In what is being called an “equal pay” agreement between the U.S. Soccer Federation and the U.S. men’s and women’s national teams, the men’s team will soon begin subsidizing the women’s team’s bonuses with their own international prize money. The landmark agreement was reached after years litigation between U.S. Soccer and members of the U.S. ...

Devin Nunes On Life After Congress, Elon Musk, And Big Tech Censorship

Former Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) spent nearly 20 years in Congress before leaving to become the CEO of former President Donald Trump’s media company, Trump Media and Technology Group, which launched the Truth Social platform earlier this year. In an interview with The Daily Wire, Nunes reflected on his new role with Truth Social and ...

He Looked At The Data And Discovered The BLM Narrative About Cops Was A Lie. Then He Was Fired.

Zac Kriegman had worked at Thomson Reuters for more than six years, most recently as a director of data scientists. Concerned with data and statistics, Kriegman and his team advised numerous other divisions within the wire service, providing the information needed to report important information in news articles. But in 2020, Kriegman noticed changes within ...