Conservative commentator Megyn Kelly on Wednesday criticized an MLB player who issued an apology over a tweet ahead of Pride Month. The Toronto Blue Jays released a remorseful video on Twitter of Anthony Bass apologizing after facing backlash for urging supporters to boycott companies’ Pride Month campaigns, according to ESPN . Kelly dragged Bass on her podcast Wednesday, taking a veiled shot at his masculinity. (RELATED: Major Children’s Clothing Retailers Poured Money Into LGBT Group That Promotes Secret Gender Transitions For Children) “A certain — what’s the word — a vulgar term for a cat comes to mind when I see this behavior,” Kelly said on her podcast Wednesday. Bass’ original Instagram post Monday advocated boycotts of Target and Bud Light. Both companies have combatted controversy for publicly promoting LGBTQ lifestyles by selling Pride Month-themed products. The baseball player also reposted a video discussing “the biblical reasons … [Read more...] about ‘Vulgar Term For A Cat’: Megyn Kelly Drags MLB Player After Apology Over LGBT Pride Tweet
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A Deep-Diving Sub. A Deadly Fire. And Russia’s Secret Undersea Agenda.
OFF THE COAST OF NORWAY — There could hardly have been a more terrifying place to fight a fire than in the belly of the Losharik, a mysterious deep-diving Russian submarine. Something, it appears, had gone terribly wrong in the battery compartment as the sub made its way through Russian waters 250 miles north of the Arctic Circle on the First of July. A fire on any submarine may be a mariner’s worst nightmare, but a fire on the Losharik was a threat of another order altogether. The vessel is able to dive far deeper than almost any other sub, but the feats of engineering that allow it do so may have helped seal the fate of the 14 sailors killed in the disaster. The only thing more mysterious than what exactly went wrong that day is what the sub was doing in a thousand feet of water just 60 nautical miles east of Norway in the first place. The extraordinary incident may offer yet another clue to Russia’s military ambitions in the deep sea, and how they figure into a plan to … [Read more...] about A Deep-Diving Sub. A Deadly Fire. And Russia’s Secret Undersea Agenda.
Another Red State Sends Troops To Southern Border
Republican Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders is deploying troops from Arkansas to the southern border, Fox News first reported Thursday. Arkansas joins other Republican states that have taken similar actions in recent days, including Florida, Nebraska, Virginia, South Carolina, West Virginia and Tennessee, according to Fox News. The Republican governors recently met with Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, who requested their help in securing the Texas-Mexico border. (RELATED: Border Patrol Chief Raul Ortiz To Retire) Sanders cited illegal immigration, cartels and trafficking as issues at the southern border that she believes are being fueled by President Joe Biden in a statement on Twitter. President Biden’s failure at our border puts the entire country at risk. I’m deploying the @arkansasguard to the southern border to repel illegals, fight the cartels, and stop trafficking. We will step up where the President has failed. https://t.co/VSa5UGRq0j — Sarah … [Read more...] about Another Red State Sends Troops To Southern Border
Your Friday Briefing: A Race to Avert a U.S. Default
A final push to avert a U.S. default Leaders of both parties in the U.S. Senate were racing to move toward a vote on a bill that would raise the debt limit before a potential default on Monday, when the Treasury Department has said the U.S. will run out of cash. The House approved the measure on Wednesday, but the timetable for Senate action was in flux. If the Senate approves the bill, it would then go to President Biden to be signed into law. During debate in the Senate, critics vented their dissatisfaction with the bill, which would suspend the $31.4 trillion debt ceiling for two years while cutting spending on domestic programs. Several conservative Republicans wanted deeper spending cuts, while others criticized the spending figures for the Pentagon in the bill, saying they were too low and could hinder military readiness. Trial stains Australia’s most decorated soldier The defamation case had been called the country’s trial of the century. Was … [Read more...] about Your Friday Briefing: A Race to Avert a U.S. Default