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Around 2 Million Infant Swings, 220,000 Rockers Recalled After Death of 10-Month-Old

Roughly 2 million infant swings and 220,000 rockers made by Thorley’s 4moms are being recalled after reports of entanglement incidents involving infants and the death of a 10-month-old. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-headquartered Thorley Industries and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced the recall in a notice on Monday. Specifically, the recall involves 2 million “MamaRoo swings” and…


Rep. Perry: Biden’s DOJ Is Distracting Americans From CCP Influence in US

Rep. Scott Perry (R-Pa.) said recent FBI actions against former President Donald Trump and himself spoke volumes about what the Biden administration was actually doing—creating a “distraction” so that Americans wouldn’t focus on the Chinese communist regime’s influence in the United States. “I expect that the president will capitulate to the Communist Party of China….


Where’s Your Congressman?

Commentary Nearly everyone is familiar with the popular kid’s book “Where’s Waldo.” Each page is filled with faces plastered everywhere and you try to find the hidden picture of Waldo. Now let’s play, find the congressman or woman. I’m referring to the big vote recently to spend and tax $750 billion on top of the…


Conservative Groups Slam ‘Blatant Politicization’ of DOJ Over FBI Raid of Mar-a-Lago

Multiple conservative organizations accused the Department of Justice and FBI of having “breached the public trust” by engaging in partisan politics against former President Donald Trump and his allies, according to an open letter issued on Friday. The Aug. 12 letter, obtained by The Daily Caller, asked Attorney General Merrick Garland to provide “an immediate and…


Listening to the Voice

Commentary In 1967, 55 years ago, a referendum was held in Australia to allow a change to the Constitution that would remove the last impediment to the recognition of our Aboriginal people as full citizens. Australians are slow to accept constitutional changes: we have held 44 referenda since federation, but only eight of them returned…


Australian Minister Marks Victory in the Pacific (VP) Day

Australian minister has marked Victory in the Pacific (VP) Day to remind the public of the date on which victory in the pacific ended the second world war. VP (Victory in the Pacific) Day, also referred to as VJ (Victory over Japan) Day, is celebrated on Aug. 15 to commemorate Japan’s acceptance of the Allied…


Sheriff ‘Hires’ New 11-Week-Old K9 Officer, Son of Explosives Detection Dog, Asks Public to Help Name Him

The Union County Sheriff’s Office was honored to announce its newest “employee,” an 11-week-old German shepherd—who currently has no name. On Facebook last week, the officers called for the public to join in choosing a handle for the nameless pooch, temporarily dubbed “Puppy Doe.” “After a considerable amount of internal time and effort, we cannot…


Australian City Council to Take Down Statue of Former State Premier Who Mutilated Aborginal Man’s Dead Body

An Australian city council has voted to take down the statue of a colonial figure who was criticised for being involved in the mutilation of a deceased Aboriginal man.  William Crowther, former Tasmanian Premier and a surgeon, reportedly removed the skull of Aborigine William Lanne from a morgue and sent it to the Royal College…


Australian Renters Struggle in Cold Winter as Energy Costs Soared: Study

A new study has found that surging energy costs have become the latest problem for Australian tenants living in accommodation with “brutal” conditions over the winter. The Cold and Costly report by the tenant advocacy organisation Better Renting measured temperature and humidity in over 70 rental homes across Australia through June and July and found…


187 Cuban Illegal Immigrants Arrested After Landing in Florida

MIAMI—U.S. immigration officials say 187 Cuban illegal immigrants have been arrested after landing in the Florida Keys on 10 separate boats over the weekend. Chief Patrol Agent Walter Slosar of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection posted images of the small boats without passengers on Twitter. The Miami Herald said a large group was seen…