Tag: US Features

Emergency Order Sought for Ohio Juror’s Cellphone Data

A battle over the cellphone data of “Juror X,” who repeatedly posted on Facebook about her involvement in a high-profile Ohio case, has intensified. In a recently released order, Judge Douglas Cole allowed prosecutors and defense lawyers to question two more jurors about possible improper influences during the trial of P.G. Sittenfeld, a former Cincinnati…


97-Year-Old Veteran Recounts Top Secret Aerial Battle Hidden From American Public for Decades

In an aerial “dogfight” that made U.S. naval history, Korean War veteran Royce Williams beat out seven Russian fighter jets on his own through nearly impossible odds—one he was forbidden from discussing for more than 40 years amid Cold War tension. The year was 1952, in the midst of the Korean War. Williams was stationed…


Critical Race Theory Training Is Antithetical to Freedom, Says Whistleblower

“When it was my turn, I said, ‘I’m not comfortable discussing my race here,’” whistleblower Jodi Shaw said. “The facilitator said, ‘Any white person who displays discomfort or distress when asked to discuss their race is not actually feeling distress. What they’re exhibiting is a power play, and that is white fragility.’” In a recent…


Raids on Chinese-Linked Drug Operations Put Spotlight on China’s Ambitions in US Marijuana Market

News Analysis China is closely watching the increasing debate on the federal decriminalization of marijuana in the United States and the rapid growth in its market as it provides an overarching business opportunity. However, experts say that unlike other international players in the U.S. marijuana market, the Chinese regime can bring in national security threats,…


YMCA Bans 80-Year-Old Who Confronted Male in Women’s Shower Room

Supporters held a rally on Monday for an 80-year-old woman who was banned for life from a YMCA-run swimming pool in Port Townsend, Wash., for demanding a male employee dressed in a women’s bathing suit leave the women’s locker room where she and others, including a group of little girls, were either naked or undressing. “Any…


Quiet Start to Hurricane Season May Be Due to Saharan Dust Phenomenon

PUNTA GORDA, Fla.—The new hurricane season in Florida has been quiet so far in 2022, with the tropics seemingly sleeping at the moment. Forecasters are predicting no tropical development for the next 10 days and that may be attributed to a phenomenon known as Saharan Dust. It is a large plume of Saharan dust that travels…


Inflation Reduction Act Is Socialist Wish List: Expert

The Inflation Reduction Act recently passed by Congress is a totalitarian piece of legislation that brings America further down the road to totalitarian socialism, said free-market economist Thomas  DiLorenzo. New government spending estimated at $737 billion included in the recently passed Inflation Reduction Act “will increase demand in the economy,” DiLorenzo told EpochTV’s “Crossroads” program…


The Costs of COVID Overreach

“How many people would you be willing to kill in order to save one from COVID?” asks Gigi Foster. “That is essentially the trade-off. That’s the kind of question we should have been asking.” In a recent episode of “American Thought Leaders,” host Jan Jekielek and Gigi Foster discuss pandemic policies that now appear to…


27,200 Years Lost: US States Wrestle With Wrongful Convictions

Faced with a mounting roster of more than 3,200 exonerated Americans, some states, including Ohio, are taking steps to prevent the innocent from languishing behind bars. Now, after more than two years of work, a State Supreme Court-appointed task force is recommending that Ohio lawmakers create an innocence inquiry commission, as part of  “a patchwork…


Mark Meckler on Mar-a-Lago Raid: Democrats Apathetic, Republicans Energized

In the aftermath of the Mar-a-Lago raid, Mark Meckler, President of Convention of States Action, says Democrats are apathetic, Republicans and independents are energized, and the FBI has “to go.” Americans Have Suffered On one hand, Americans have suffered through much over the past few years. A new Rasmussen survey showed 60 percent of likely…