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ENTERTAINMENT

‘Sisu’ arrives on Digital

Lionsgate’s SISU film arrives on Digital and Demand today. Synopsis: During WWII, a solitary prospector crosses paths with Nazis in northern Finland. When the Nazis steal his gold, they quickly discover he is no ordinary miner. While there is no direct translation for the Finnish word “sisu,” the legendary ex-commando

HUMAN INTEREST

Philadelphia Inquirer hits with Cyberattack, “disrupts” operation

A possible cyberattack on The Philadelphia Inquirer disrupted the newspaper’s print operation over the weekend and prompted it to close its newsroom through at least Tuesday, when its staff will be covering an expensive and fiercely contested mayoral primary. Sunday’s newspaper was only available digitally as an e-edition. However, Sunday’s

CRIME

Tampa: Man arrested for setting man on fire, Charged with attempted murder

A man is under arrest for throwing gasoline on another man and lighting him on fire. The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO) reports that on Sunday, May 28, 2023, at 4:32 p.m., two men at the Mobile gas station located at 14516 N 22nd Street in Tampa engaged in a

Philadelphia Inquirer hits with Cyberattack, “disrupts” operation

A possible cyberattack on The Philadelphia Inquirer disrupted the newspaper’s print operation over the weekend and prompted it to close its newsroom through at least Tuesday, when its staff will be covering an expensive and fiercely contested mayoral primary. Sunday’s newspaper was only available digitally as an e-edition. However, Sunday’s

Surigao del Sur: PDEA arrest shabu dealer, Nickel Sayson Dano

The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency – Surigao del Sur Provincial Office, in collaboration with other local  law enforcement agencies announced the arrest of 43-year-old, Nickel Sayson Dano, a Top 4 in the regional priority drug personality, earlier this month in Cagwait, Surigao del Sur. Dano was busted while selling methamphetamine,

SPORTS

Atheists attack Deion Sanders over ‘egregious’ prayer

The University of Colorado’s new head football coach may want to engage in “religious exercises” with the team’s members and staff, but an atheist group which claims to support the separation of church and state wants the university to censor any such activities of Deion Sanders. In a letter, last week

National News

Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter has dementia

The Carter family is sharing that former First Lady Rosalynn Carter has dementia. She continues to live happily at home with her husband, enjoying spring in Plains and visits with loved ones. Mrs. Carter has been the nation’s leading mental health advocate for much of her life. First in the Georgia

Politics

Florida: Gov. DeSantis signs bill to expand music education in elementary schools

On Tuesday, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed Senate Bill (SB) 478 to convert the Early Childhood Music Education Incentive Pilot Program into a permanent program available to school districts across the state. The Early Childhood Music Education Incentive Program provides assistance to school districts in implementing comprehensive music education programs

World News

Brazil: Government confirms 1st case of avian flu in wild bird in Rio Grande do Sul state

The Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock (Mapa) confirmed on Monday night (May 29) the first case of avian flu in the state of Rio Grande do Sul. The disease was detected in a wild bird of the species Cygnus melancoryphus, popularly known as the black-necked swan, found at the Taim

OPINION/ANALYSIS/REVIEWS

  • Nikki Fried and Lauren Book arrested at pro-abortion protest

    Yesterday evening, Florida Democratic Party Chair Nikki Fried and Senate Minority Leader Lauren Book and 11 others were arrested at a pro-abortion protest in Tallahassee. They were protesting SB 300. The bill, S.B. 300, would ban most abortions after six weeks of pregnancy, with exceptions for women facing life-threatening harm

  • Joe Scarborough’s total lack of self-awareness

    What happened to Joe Scarborough over the years? To demonstrate, in a recent interview with the horrible war-loving Tom Nichols from The Atlantic he said concerning Ron DeSantis’ thoughts about Russia–“they don’t really pose a risk to his neighbors” (you can watch here): “It’s absolutely painful, especially a guy who

  • Judge Stuart Kyle Duncan gets apology from Stanford, Stanford Review calls for firing of Tirien Steinbach

    “Tolerance” of the left and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in action: On Thursday, Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Stuart Kyle Duncan came to Stanford Law School upon invitation of the Stanford Federalist Society’s  to speak on “Covid, Guns, and Twitter.” Of course, the monsters of tolerance at Stanford heckled

  • Jimmy Carter: A different view of the 39th President

    On Friday, the Carter Center released the following statement on the 98-year-old former President: After a series of short hospital stays, former U.S. President Jimmy Carter today decided to spend his remaining time at home with his family and receive hospice care instead of additional medical intervention. He has the

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