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The Biden administration is seeking to scrap the U.S. military’s development of nuclear-armed sea-launched cruise missiles, despite recommendations to the contrary from top officials, according to the Pentagon’s new National Defense Strategy released Thursday.
The decision, which comes over top Defense Department officials’ public recommendations to keep the weapon, is part of a sweeping new strategy calling for better military deterrence in the face of threats from Russia and China.
The document, which also includes a review of America’s nuclear arsenal and missile defenses, reverses the Trump administration’s 2018 move to develop a new nuclear-armed sea-launched cruise missile (SLCM-N), a weapon meant to focus specifically on a Russian threat.
The Biden administration said the Trump-era program was “no longer necessary,” as the United States already has the “means to deter limited nuclear use.”
Asked about the decision on Thursday, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said the U.S. nuclear weapons inventory is already significant and that officials had determined the submarine-launched cruise missile wasn’t a necessary add.
Hend Bustami, 28, is facing an open murder charge in Clark County for the Oct. 26 death of her mother in Las Vegas, and she is also charged with evading arrest in San Bernardino County, California, county records show.
Las Vegas police officers responded to reports of a person injured on June Flower Drive around 2:30 a.m. Wednesday and later determined that the victim, Bustami’s mother, had been involved in a verbal dispute with her daughter before her death, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) said in a Wednesday press release.
In September, Bustami was arrested for violating airport rules and failing to pay a Chili’s restaurant tab at Harry Reid International Airport in Paradise, Nevada.
Police said at the time that the 28-year-old was “belligerent with officers, saying she was being harassed because cops [had] never seen anyone as pretty as her.”
In the home security camera footage, the alleged suspect, Beverly Baker, 65, is seen walking up the property’s driveway without interruption before she starts smashing the home’s front door windows with a pickaxe.
The homeowner’s six-week-old daughter was sleeping near a front window when the attack occurred. His mother-in-law, who was babysitting the infant girl, could be heard screaming after the suspect smashed the second window. The mother-in-law reportedly moved the baby away from the window as quickly as possible.
The suspect walked away after the first attack but then returned to smash more windows. As she walked away a second time, she could be yelling, “Questions? Questions, anyone? I’ll be back. Get out”
Oklahoma quadruple homicide: Wrongful death lawsuit filed in case of 4 friends dismembered and dumped in river
The families of four Oklahoma men who went out on a bicycle ride and wound up in pieces underwater are suing the person of interest in the case – who was arrested days later in Florida – and his wife.
Joseph Kennedy, 67, allegedly skipped town and stole an employee’s car from his scrapyard before police took him into custody in Daytona Beach on Oct. 18.
Okmulgee police say Mark Chastain, 32, Billy Chastain, 30, Mike Sparks, 32, and Alex Stevens, 29, set out on Oct. 9 and were later shot to death, dismembered and dumped in the Deep Fork River, where a passerby spotted their remains in shallow water.
The man, behaving erratically, then pointed the pistol at the driver, who slammed on the brakes and opened all the doors to let all the passengers get off, Deputy Chief Jerry O’Sullivan of Detective Borough Queens South said.
“He put the gun inside of his waistband, and they allowed everybody from the bus to exit both the rear doors and the front doors — and that included the individual with the fake firearm,” O’Sullivan said.
About 20 to 25 passengers got off the bus, he added. The gunman sat directly behind the driver and leaned up against the partition.
“I definitely want to commend the driver for his actions,” O’Sullivan said. “He did not move the bus until everyone was off that bus.”
FOX Business host Maria Bartiromo breaks down what is behind the 2.6% economic growth, but still warns of a potential recession.
Glenn believes a currency collapse is our economy’s most likely, worst-case scenario.
In this clip, he’s joined by a panel of economic experts — including former Wall Street investment banker Carol Roth and small business owner Jim Luorio — to discuss why a currency collapse may happen and what it would mean for America moving forward.
Plus, they discuss why today’s government is so against cryptocurrency, and why the U.S. dollar is not as strong as it appears…
Fox Business host Larry Kudlow surveys the struggling U.S. economy following the better-than-expected GDP report on ‘Varney & Co.’
Per a statement released Wednesday from CNN chief Chris Licht — the left-wing extremist behind Stephen Colbert’s failing late-night show — the fake news outlet is facing “noticeable change. … That, by definition, is unsettling. These changes will not be easy because they will affect people, budgets, and projects.”
During the week of October 17, CNNLOL managed to attract an average of only 512,000 total primetime viewers.
More on the coming layoffs:
CNN makes money off advertising and pay-TV subscriber fees. But as millions of Americans cancel traditional pay TV each year in favor of streaming services, CNN almost certainly can’t raise subscription rates at a fast enough clip to make up for declining viewer numbers.
CNN’s profit is set to drop below $1 billion this year for the first time since 2016, when Donald Trump was elected president. Parent company Warner Bros. Discovery’s valuation has nearly been cut in half this year[.]…
More than 1,000 people will be laid off by Warner Bros. Discovery before the end of the year[.]
‘Fox News Sunday’ host Shannon Bream on the lack of consequences for the Supreme Court leaker, which endangered the safety of justices, and for protesters who targeted judges’ homes.
TechCrunch reports that the New York Post claims that it suffered a major hack on Thursday after offensive articles and tweets were posted both on the newspaper’s website and from its Twitter account. The articles and tweets were racist and sexually violent in nature, along with containing death threats against elected officials, and all were deleted shortly after being posted.
In a statement published by CNBC, the Post says the hack was the act of an employee: “The New York Post’s investigation indicates that the unauthorized conduct was committed by an employee, and we are taking appropriate action.”
A spokesperson for the company told TechCrunch: “Confirming that the Post was hacked. The vile and reprehensible content posted has been removed, and we’re still investigating the cause.”
Dr. Bryan Ardis joins to expose how mRNA will be included into ALL medical necessities, and it’s dangerous! Now, snake venom peptides are creeping into everything, causing disaster!
Researchers in Japan analyzed deaths caused by myocarditis, a form of heart inflammation, where the myocarditis set in within 28 days of vaccination.
Thirty-eight deaths fit the definition, about half of which were diagnosed by autopsy and or biopsy, with the others being determined through tools such as blood tests and electrocardiograms.
Researchers then took the vaccinated mortality rate and compared it with the death from myocarditis rate from the general population before the pandemic, in the years 2017 to 2019.
“Using the disclosed data by the Japanese government, we observed increased myocarditis mortality rate ratio in the SARS-CoV-2 vaccinated population compared with general population during three years pre-COVID-19 pandemic era, especially in young adults,” the researchers, Dr. Sintaroo Watanabe of the Japan Marine United Corporation and Dr. Rokuro Hama of the Japan Institute of Pharmacovigilance, said.
Dr. Jordan B. Peterson and Senator Josh Hawley discuss the leftist ideology surrounding men and their diminished worth, the current Republican swing as a result, and the potential future of American politics as we move towards the midterm elections.
Senator Hawley is recognized as one of the nation’s leading constitutional lawyers. He has litigated at the Supreme Court of the United States, the federal courts of appeals, and in state court, fighting for the people’s liberties.
It’s now clear to everyone that the so-called “progressive” wing of the Democratic Party lacks the courage and compassion required to stand up to the warmongers who own/control the Dem Party.
Indeed, they too have become warmongers in order to advance their political careers.
New York Post columnist Miranda Devine weighs in after Sens. Ron Johnson and Chuck Grassley shared more than 200 documents with the U.S. attorney investigating Hunter Biden.
Former acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker weighs in on the latest developments in the House Oversight Committee’s investigation into Hunter Biden’s ties to China.
Mayra Flores, who flipped a long-held Democratic House seat along the U.S.-Mexico border earlier this year, said she was refused admission by the CHC because of her party affiliation.
“As the first Mexican-born American Congresswoman, I thought the Hispanic Caucus would be open to working together,” said Flores. “This denial once again proves a bias towards conservative Latinas that don’t fit their narrative or ideology.”
The CHC is the largest working group within Congress for lawmakers of Hispanic and Latino descent. Its membership is made up of roughly 40 lawmakers from both the House and Senate.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson joins ‘The Guy Benson Show’ to discuss the Senate races in Arizona and Pennsylvania in the lead-up to the midterm elections.
Louisiana AG says Americans are subjects, not citizens when their speech is suppressed by government
The Republican attorney general has recently filed a lawsuit against the Biden administration which argues that the administration has worked with social media companies such as Twitter and Facebook to suppress free speech.
“This is a First Amendment violation,” Landry said. “As I have consistently said, this is one of the biggest cases this century,” referring to the lawsuit.
“Our government was engaged in telling social media companies what they could say and could not say, on their platforms,” Landry said.
“We started this case back in June. People laughed at us. Then all of a sudden, we got past the deposition phase and the subpoena phase. We were able to subpoena records in emails. And then we started uncovering the communications between the federal officials and big tech.”
South Korea’s Justice Ministry said it instructed prosecutors on Thursday to apply for the review at the Seoul High Court after determining there was “considerable reason” to believe that the suspect committed the crimes.
If the court rules in favor of her extradition, South Korean Justice Minister Han Dong-hoon would make the final call on whether she’s sent to New Zealand.
Lee Ji-hyeong, an official from the ministry’s international crimes division, said prosecutors will likely apply for the review this week and that the court will have two months to decide on the case.
South Korean police arrested the unidentified woman at a southern port city in September, based on a domestic court warrant issued after New Zealand requested her provisional arrest. New Zealand’s Justice Ministry then submitted a formal request for her extradition to the South Korean ministry.
Israel-Lebanon sign maritime deal;“Waves Breaker” drives terrorists’ surrender TV7 Israel News 27.10
1) Palestinian terror operatives of the Lion’s Den organization are surrendering to the Palestinian Authority’s security forces amid evident fear of Israel’s wrath.
2) Israel and Lebanon sign a maritime delineation agreement – which U.S. President Joe Biden proclaims to be of historic proportions.
3) Israeli President Isaac Herzog urges the United States to confront Iran’s malign behavior.
Hakan Aysal, 40, was told Tuesday that he must serve at least 30 years before he can be considered for release by judges at Fethiye High Criminal Court, southern Turkey.
Police were alerted to the suspicious death when Aysal tried to claim on the policy just days after Semra perished.
Aysal, who initially denied the killing, tried to appeal on the basis of insanity after he was found guilty several weeks ago – but medics have since ruled him sane.
Germany Sees HUGE Spike In Excess Deaths After Vaccine Rollout as the German Death Rate rises in the vaccinated!
In this episode, I address the media’s desperate efforts to cover up both the COVID vaccine scandal, and the digital ID scandal.