Monthly Archives: June, 2021

Myocarditis after COVID-19 vaccination higher in military population than expected

A greater number of heart inflammation cases cropped up among members of the U.S. military than expected following mRNA COVID-19 vaccination, a study found, though authors emphasized the benefits of the shots exceed risks of rare adverse events.

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Veteran challenging Ocasio-Cortez for House seat slams her ‘disgraceful’ remark on rising NYC crime

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, D-N.Y., faces heavy criticism after dismissing fears regarding the crime spike.

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Summer Wells case: Search for missing Tennessee girl slowed by speculation, rumors, investigators say

As the search continues for 5-year-old Summer Wells, who disappeared from her family home in Tennessee two weeks ago, investigators on Tuesday urged the public to stop sending in tips based on speculation and rumors, saying it only bogs down law enforcement working to find her.

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Omar blasted for remarks about Jews in Congress: ‘This is what a modern day Muslim Supremacist looks like’

Well, you fools put a mudslime in office…… Rep. Ilhan Omar‘s latest remarks about Israel and Jewish members of Congress have sparked backlash, as the Minnesota Democrat expressed zero regret for comparing Israel to Hamas and the Taliban.

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After almost 20 years, US to leave Afghanistan’s Bagram

For nearly 20 years, Bagram Airfield was the heart of American military power in Afghanistan, a sprawling mini-city behind fences and blast walls just an hour’s drive north of Kabul. Initially, it was a symbol of the U.S. drive to avenge the 9/11 attacks, then of its struggle for a way through the ensuing war with the Taliban.

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Nearly 100 COVID-19 cases linked to Illinois summer camp, officials say

Nearly 100 cases of coronavirus have been linked to a camp in Illinois where indoor masking was not required and vaccination status was not checked, officials said Monday, adding that one unvaccinated young adult required hospitalization.

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‘DeSantis Derangement Syndrome’ hits media, Dems as 2024 approaches

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has become a lightning rod for frenzied, often factually-challenged attacks from Democrats and liberal journalists as he gears up for his 2022 reelection bid, amid speculation that he’ll run for president in 2024.

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Kristi Noem slams Biden admin’s Mount Rushmore fireworks ban, says decision is political payback

Last July marked the first time Mount Rushmore hosted an Independence Day fireworks celebration in over a decade. The 2020 ceremony, which included remarks from former President Trump and an Air Force One flyover, served as a patriotic respite for the millions of Americans suffering the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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North Korea: Citizens ‘worried’ by Kim Jong-un weight loss

North Korea has aired unprecedented television footage of one of its citizens expressing concern for leader Kim Jong-un’s sudden weight loss.

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AOC dismisses concern over crime spikes in major cities as ‘hysteria’

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D, N.Y., has expressed concern that recent headlines referring to spikes in crime across U.S. cities are stirring up “hysteria.”  That crazy loon should go back tending bar.

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