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President Joe Biden‘s administration announced its 17th Operation Fly Formula mission on Monday as marketing data shows the baby formula shortage is getting worse.
The administration announced two flights to transport Nestlé Health Science amino acid-based formula from Switzerland to John F. Kennedy Airport in New York on July 21 and 22.
The delivery will include the equivalent of 802,446 8-ounce bottles of formula, which will be distributed primarily to hospitals and home health care providers.
But, despite the rash of flights the administration has announced, U.S. stores are still struggling to stock baby formula on their shelves.
Formula availability dropped to its lowest level so far this year, with about 30% of products out of stock for the week ended July 3, according to the market-research firm IRI.
The Blue Angels announced on Monday that they had chosen Lt. Amanda Lee to serve on the team for the 2023 air show season. Lee is a native of Mounds View, Minn., graduated from Old Dominion University in 2013, and is currently assigned to the “Gladiators” of Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 106, based out of Naval Air Station Oceana, Va.
Lee is not the first female to serve with the Blue Angels, but she is the first to fly in the team’s iconic blue F/A-18 Hornet fighter jets.
“For over 55 years, hundreds of women have served with the Blue Angels representing the very best of the Navy and Marine Corps,” the Blue Angels said.
Four people are dead and police tell 13News the shooter is among those killed.
Those dead are Pedro Pineda, 56, and his wife, 37-year-old Rosa Mirian Rivera de Pineda and 30-year-old Victor Gomez.
The shooter was identified as 20-year-old Jonathan Douglas Sapirman of Greenwood.
Police said Sapirman had two rifles, a handgun and several magazines of ammunition, but he only used one of the rifles.
At 5:57 p.m., Elisjsha Dicken, an armed bystander, fired on Sapirman. Dicken fired 10 rounds hitting Sapirman as Sapirman tried to retreat into the bathroom but collapsed and died.
Dicken had no police training or military background, according to police. He was carrying under the new “Constitutional Carry” law and did not have a permit.
Police said Sapirman left his job at a warehouse in May and police are investigating statements from the family saying he was set to be evicted from his apartment.
Fox News: Hunter Biden met with Joe Biden at least 30 times at the White House or the Vice President’s official residence, typically just days after overseas travel.
“Hunter may be relaying messages on behalf of foreign clients to his dad while Joe Biden was Vice President.”
Assistant Secretary for Health Rachel Levine said transgender youths need to be empowered to get “gender affirmation treatment” on MSNBC Monday.
Levine, who is transgender, said transgender youths are threatened by mental health issues, bullying and political attacks, and that treatment of these youths should affirm their perceived gender identity and empower them to get sex change treatments.
“So we really want to base our treatment and to affirm and to support and empower these youth not to limit their participation in activities in sports and even limit their ability to get gender affirmation treatment in their state,” Levine told MSNBC host Andrea Mitchell.
Levine previously endorsed Biden’s June 15 executive order expanding access to sex change treatments for children and said there is no debate within the medical community about whether children who believe they are transgender should receive sex change treatments.
Black Lives Matter gets ripped by the victim of a shooting, pointing out that activists are fighting on the wrong side after an incident in Minneapolis. Jason Rantz weighed in on the Faulkner Focus. (July 18, 2022)
Florida family drives into electric car problem: a replacement battery costs more than vehicle itself
Avery Siwinski is a 17-year-old whose parents spent $11,000 on a used Ford Focus Electric car, which is a 2014 model and had about 60,000 miles when it was bought, according to KVUE.
The teenager had the car for six months before it began giving her issues and the dashboard was flashing symbols.
“It was fine at first,” Siwinski said. “I loved it so much. It was small and quiet and cute. And all the sudden it stopped working.”
The Ford dealership had advised us that we could replace the battery,” said her grandfather, Ray Siwinski. “It would only cost $14,000.”
However, the family found out that there weren’t any batteries of that type available anymore because the Ford model is discontinued.”Then we found out the batteries aren’t even available,” Siwinski said. “So it didn’t matter. They could cost twice as much and we still couldn’t get it.”
Today we begin with the debate over just how much we’re entitled to see of what goes on in America’s federal courtrooms. And should we get to see it firsthand — or even live?
It’s neither an easy nor a settled question nearly a century after cameras entered their first courtroom. Some argue they provide accountability and transparency of the judiciary branch. Others see only a circus.
Irene Lee, who was attacked by the suspect in 2020, discussed the need for victim advocacy and why she believes Glass’ attack was “entirely predictable and preventable.”
“When I was attacked, he was already on three grants of felony probation,” Lee said on “America’s Newsroom” Monday. “He had attacked three women, two of them with a golf club and a hammer, and he threatened to harm them. And another incident that was about a year prior to my attack where he had gone after a young woman with a metal pipe and struck her numerous times causing injuries.”
The suspect, 51-year-old Semeon Tesfamariam, faces up to 11 years behind bars and was out on parole at the time of the attack. Tesfamariam was convicted of felonies in 2018 and 2019.
Modesto, California — The Modesto Police Department released footage of a July 4 shooting where an officer shot a man who charged an officer with a knife.
The man was identified as 35-year-old Dylan Harvey. The Modesto Police Department says, around 10:20 p.m., officers responded to investigate a disturbance at a home along the 1100 block of Roselawn Drive.
Officers talked with the Harvey’s father about what happened. They learn that Harvey had threatened his father and that he locked himself in his bedroom with knives.
The seven-member school board of the Norwalk-LaMirada Unified School District will vote during a meeting Monday evening on allowing Planned Parenthood to open and operate a clinic for reproductive health care at John Glenn High School in Norwalk.
Abortions and gender-affirming hormone therapy are not listed as services that will be provided at the on-campus site, but clinic staff will be permitted to make referrals to other Planned Parenthood centers “for services not offered” at the school, according to the proposal.
The clinic will also be able to write prescriptions and dispense pharmaceuticals related to reproductive health, including contraceptives, and can provide the insertion of non-surgical long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARCS), including IUDs, according to the proposal.
“This report confirms the unfortunate reality of what we already knew – that gun violence is on the rise in Portland and that it is being driven by a very small percentage of our population,” Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler said in a statement Saturday following the release of the crime data.
Researchers for the California Partnership for Safe Communities compiled crime data from the city, specifically examining homicides and non-fatal shootings from 2019 to 2021.
The data found that there was a 144% increase in homicides from January 2019 to June 2021 while non-fatal shootings increase by 241% from January 2019 to December 2021.
The Chinese Communist Party’s Ministry of National Defence demanded President Joe Biden’s administration immediately cancel an estimated $108 million arms sale to Taiwan, a Chinese state broadcaster reported on Monday, according to Reuters on Monday.
The demand comes three days after the Pentagon announced that the U.S. State Department had approved the “possible” multi-million dollar sale to the Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in the United States. Taipei is the capital city of Taiwan.
The Pentagon asserted that the proposed sale “serves U.S. national, economic, and security interests by supporting the recipient’s continuing efforts to modernize its armed forces and to maintain a credible defensive capability.”
The State Department says it is not considering a redesignation of the Iranian-backed Houthi rebels as a terrorist group, even after a delegation of human rights activists launched a pressure campaign against the Biden administration.
A redesignation of the Houthis is not a top priority, according to the State Department.
“We are currently focused on securing, extending, and building on the [United Nations] truce in Yemen, which is having a tangible impact on millions of Yemenis and provides a credible opportunity for peace in Yemen,” a spokesman told the Washington Free Beacon.
The designation was first approved by the Trump administration during its push to isolate Iranian-backed terror fronts but reversed by President Joe Biden when he took office last year.
Congressional Democrats killed a handful of measures that would have stopped the Biden administration from providing U.S. taxpayer funds to the hardline Iranian regime and increased economic sanctions on the country.
Democrats running the House Rules Committee last week shot down seven Republican-led measures targeting Iran. Republican foreign policy leaders were pushing for the measures to be included in the recently passed National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), the sprawling annual funding bill for national security priorities.
Congressional sources who spoke to the Washington Free Beacon said House Democrats rejected the measures to help the Biden administration in its push to secure a revamped version of the 2015 nuclear accord.
Sam Brinton wears many hats. Not only is he Biden’s Deputy Assistant Secretary for Spent Fuel and Waste Disposition, a self-described ‘nuclear nerd,’ and has top-secret national security clearance, but he cross dresses too!
So, Brinton obviously was the perfect person to represent America, alongside Rachel Levine, in France during recent Bastille Day celebrations.
So at a time when Europe is having record inflation, food shortages, and is on the brink of a possible war over oil, we send THESE TWO to represent the United States?
In this clip, Glenn explores how ‘ridiculous’ America currently looks. Plus, he shares a story from Pat’s cross-dressing days, too…
Fox News’ Pete Hegseth slams Biden’s poor diplomacy in Saudi Arabia and discusses the implications of the new Hunter Biden findings
Fox News’ Pete Hegseth slams Biden’s poor diplomacy in Saudi Arabia and discusses the implications of the new Hunter Biden findings
Congressman Matt Gaetz joined “John Bachman Now” on Newsmax to discuss how the Democrats are using abortion as their organizing principle for the midterm elections, despite the fact that inflation and cost of living are what voters are most concerned about–PLUS reacting to Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s stunning comments regarding her opinion of what happened on J6.
Fox News host Mark Levin explained why President Joe Biden and the Democratic Party are responsible for destroying the economy and why they want America reliant on foreign power.
Fox News host Steve Hilton slams President Biden’s visit to Saudi Arabia to ‘beg’ for oil and weighs in on the Democratic Party being ‘infiltrated’ by far-Left extremists on ‘The Next Revolution.’
Europe is currently experiencing an intense heat wave along with it wildfires blazes have been raging in France, Greece, Portugal and Spain.
Thousands of resident have been forced to flee as wildfires have been sweeping across much of Southwest Europe.
Security forces fired tear gas as Sudanese protesters marched in the capital Khartoum on Sunday against the country’s military leadership, holding it responsible for an outbreak of violence in Blue Nile State.
Last week, the Hindu community in Bangladesh was targeted again. A temple and several houses of Hindus were vandalised in southwestern Bangladesh. Palki Sharma tells you more.
Desperate efforts in Italy to prevent the fall of Mario Draghi’s government are only the latest political firestorm in Europe tied to Vladimir Putin’s tests of the west’s powers of endurance. Draghi’s foreign minister, Luigi di Maio, suggested it will be Putin who celebrated the fall of another western government if Draghi does not survive a confidence vote in parliament on Wednesday.
Desperate efforts in Italy to prevent the fall of Mario Draghi’s government are only the latest political firestorm in Europe tied to Vladimir Putin’s tests of the west’s powers of endurance.
Draghi’s foreign minister, Luigi di Maio, suggested it will be Putin who celebrated the fall of another western government if Draghi does not survive a confidence vote in parliament on Wednesday.
Winning the War of Independence brought a new challenge to the American people: what sort of government should they choose for their new nation?
Robert George, Professor of Jurisprudence at Princeton University, explores the problems the founders faced at this pivotal moment in history.
Magatte Wade is a serial entrepreneur, inspirational speaker, and visionary business leader with a passion for creating positive change in Africa.
She is the founder and CEO of SkinIsSkin.com, “the lip balm with a mission,” and is dedicated to reducing racial discrimination while creating jobs and prosperity in her home country of Senegal.
Magatte joins Dr Peterson to discuss her emigration from the third world, and how this influenced her unmitigated belief in capitalism and the free market.