Friday, November 19, 2021
Editor’s Note: This speech was delivered in 1917 and was published in the September issue of Watson’s Magazine.
Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen: Deeply impressed with the gravity of this occasion, and an earnest desire to preserve the liberties of my people and our common country, I beg to submit, that —
The First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States says:
“Congress shall make no law abridging…the right of the people peaceably to assemble and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.”
In pursuance of our rights, we who are here assembled, declare.
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After Rittenhouse Acquittal, Support Builds For Defamation Fund: ‘Sue The CRAP Out Of Corporate Media’ & Democrat Supports Not Guilty Verdict, Calls For Investigation Over Potentially Politically Motivated Charges: Rittenhouse
anyone living in the Middleburg area for any length of time surely
shook hands or exchanged greetings with long-time resident Sam Huff at
the very least, and more than likely was soon engaged in a lively
Never mind that he’d once been a nationally famous, all-world pro football player, in fact a Hall of Fame middle linebacker many believe helped boost the game over Major League Baseball as America’s true sports pastime.
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.@GOPLeader calls out Democrats for rejecting an amendment prohibiting funds from going to the Chinese Communist Party.— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) November 19, 2021
"I'm serious! This is an amendment that [Democrats] rejected!" pic.twitter.com/9FLZRq4Te0
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) yielded the floor on Friday morning at 5:11 a.m. after speaking for a record eight hours and forty-two minutes against the Democrats’ multi-trillion-dollar “Build Back Better” social spending bill.
“My one minute is almost up,” McCarthy joked at 5:04 a.m., referring to the fact that members of the House were originally given only 60 seconds to state their views on the bill before a vote that was meant to have taken place on Thursday evening.
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Twitter, a company whose early existence hinged on silly cat videos and tweeting rude things at celebrities, is now positioning themselves to be the arbiters of truth in our modern, mad society, and it’s raising all sort of concerns about the influence that a handful of Silicon Valley villains will have on our national narrative.
The company has long faced criticism for its unending bias against concmsvative voices and ideals, culminating in their outright ban of then-President Donald Trump in the waning days of his first term.
Now, in a stunning overreach of whatever authority they believe that they have, Twitter is set to begin color-coding the truth, based on their own personal view of it.
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Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted of all charges Friday after pleading self-defense in the deadly Kenosha shootings that became a flashpoint in the nation’s debate over guns, vigilantism and racial injustice. Rittenhouse, 18, cried and hugged one of his attorneys upon hearing the verdict.
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Is the US Government preparing for a bioterror attack involving smallpox?
A new report shows that the US government purchased $113 million dollars worth of TPOXX from SIGA Technologies.
TPOXX is a an antiviral drug that is taken orally to fight human smallpox.
The financial report was released just days after Bill Gates announced that a potential bioterror attack by smallpox could be coming soon.
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CDC Rules Change Again: Fauci Says Soon Only Triple-Dose Americans Considered Fully Vaxed & FDA Asks Judge to Wait Until 2076 to Reveal Pfizer Vaccine Data…
The Kenosha Unified School District in Wisconsin has announced that five of its schools will switch to remote learning for the remainder of the week as a safety precaution ahead of potential violence over the verdict in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial.
The news came as jurors began their third day of deliberations in the high-profile trial on Thursday.
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