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Biden Administration Considers Tapping Federal Diesel Reserve To Relieve Shortage

Biden administration officials are considering the use of the nation’s federal diesel reserve to help alleviate a growing energy shortage, according to a new report. On Monday, a report from The Hill addressed the concern, citing a discussion with an official with knowledge of the matter. “The team has prepared emergency declarations for President authorize ...

Gov. Ron DeSantis Announces Hometown Heroes Program To Help First Responders Purchase Their First Home

Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis announced on Monday the launch of the Florida Hometown Heroes Housing Program to help Floridians in more than 50 critical professions purchase their first home. The new initiative will be available to state law enforcement officers, firefighters, educators, healthcare professionals, childcare employees, and active military or veterans as part of ...

Pentagon Considers Sending Special Forces To Guard Kyiv Embassy In Ukraine

Pentagon officials are considering plans to deploy members of the U.S. Special Forces to guard the nation’s reopened embassy in Kyiv as Russia continues its military invasion of Ukraine. The report comes as the White House remains concerned over American diplomats in Ukraine, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal on Sunday. “We ...

27 Injured As Bus Rolls Over In Accident Along Maryland Interstate

A bus rolled over during an accident along I-95 in Maryland on Sunday, injuring 27 passengers, with 15 people transported to local hospitals. The bus was the only vehicle involved in the incident, according to Maryland State Police. “Dan Rodriguez, a Megabus spokesman, said in an email that the driver of the bus was among ...

Air Force Cadets To Receive Degree, No Commission Over COVID-19 Vaccine Refusal

Three U.S. Air Force Academy cadets who refused to take the COVID-19 vaccine will not receive a commission as military officers when they graduate, according to the academy. Air Force Academy spokesman Dean Miller shared the information in a statement. Miller said that the three cadets “will not be commissioned into the United States Air ...

Growing Number of Catholic Bishops Support Pelosi Being Banned From Holy Communion

A small but growing number of Catholic bishops in the U.S. have publicly announced their support of Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone’s Friday announcement to bar House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) from receiving Holy Communion over her support of abortion. Several bishops nationwide have expressed their support of the announcement over the weekend, according to The Catholic ...

Kamala Harris Says Overturning Roe ‘Opens The Door’ To Restricting Contraception, Marriage Rights

Vice President Kamala Harris said on Sunday that if the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade it will open the door to restricting contraception and marriage rights. Harris made the statement in a Twitter post ahead of the Supreme Court’s pending case that could return laws regarding abortion to individual states. “The right to privacy that forms ...

Miami Mayor Makes Pitch For Elon Musk To Relocate Twitter

Miami Mayor Francis Suarez invited Elon Musk to move Twitter’s headquarters to his city during a new interview. Suarez, a Republican, extended the invite during remarks on “Fox & Friends Weekend” on Sunday morning. “So the pitch is you want to move to the city with the lowest taxes, lowest crime rate, best quality of ...

Republican Lawmakers Introduce ‘Women’s Bill Of Rights’ To ‘Stand Up For Women’

A group of House Republicans is introducing a new “Women’s Bill of Rights” to protect the rights of females based on their biological gender. Arizona Republican Rep. Debbie Lesko led the group of lawmakers on the Republican Study Committee (RSC) to push for the new legislation on Thursday. “As the Left continues to erase women, ...

Texas City Considers Declaring State Of Emergency Over Border Crisis

The border city of El Paso, Texas, is considering plans to declare a state of emergency over the growing border crisis, according to a Wednesday press release from city officials. Deputy City Manager Mario D’Agostino shared the concern that the city council expects to vote on next week. “We are extremely grateful to all our ...