The mayor of Hudson, Ohio, is calling for the resignation of the entire Board of Education after high school seniors were assigned a controversial book with writing assignments that asked them to describe sexual experiences, to pretend they were a serial killer and to describe the taste of beer. “ItContinue Reading

Flights of Afghan refugees to the US were paused Friday after four cases of measles were discovered among Afghans who had recently arrived in the country. The White House said the halt was recommended by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention after the four measles cases were diagnosed. NEWS TALKContinue Reading

American senator Elizabeth Warren has accused Amazon of “peddling misinformation about Covid-19 vaccines and treatments” through its search algorithms, promoting a book called “the most influential spreader of coronavirus misinformation online” by media outlets. “I write regarding concerns that Amazon is peddling misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines and treatments through its searchContinue Reading

As part of the NEWS TALK show this week, Brandon and Bob discussed the peculiar news that Harvard University hired a new chief chaplain. — an atheist named Greg Epstein. Epstein, author of Good Without God: What a Billion Nonreligious People Do Believe, has been the university’s humanist chaplain sinceContinue Reading

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As the COVID lockdown continues in Australia, South Australia is using a new cell app with facial recognition and geolocation to enforce home quarantine during the Covid-19 pandemic. Officials claim they are using a government-developed app to enforce home quarantine compliance for a small cohort of returning interstate travelers. UsersContinue Reading

With the pretext of “Global warming sceptics should be hiding in corners. But still some defend the indefensible,” Nick Cohen’s new post is titled “Climate change deniers are as slippery as those who justified the slave trade.” Cohen begins that “None seems as defeated as the global warming ‘deniers’ whoContinue Reading

President Joe Biden and Senate Democrats are nominating and confirming trial and appellate court judges at a much faster clip than any of Biden’s recent predecessors, including former President Donald Trump. “Eight judges already have been confirmed, including potential Supreme Court pick Ketanji Brown Jackson to the federal appeals court inContinue Reading

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Vox kicked off their strange attack on air conditioning with calls for a greener environment, but made bizarre turns, equating the techology with racism. “What if the most American symbol of unsustainable consumption isn’t the automobile, but the air conditioner? In cool indoor spaces, it’s easy to forget that billionsContinue Reading

Australian government has passed a sweeping surveillance bill, accused of adding provisions which “allows the police to hack your device, collect or delete your data, and take over your social media accounts; without sufficient safeguards to prevent abuse of these new powers.” NEWS TALK SHOW TOPIC – VIDEO BELOW The Surveillance LegislationContinue Reading

The world watches and wonders what just happened in Afghanistan. But more so, we are asking, what’s next? And can anything be done to salvage something from the trillion dollars spent and thousands of lives lost? Alex Snitker joins NEWS TALK to discuss the crisis, the fallout across the Middle EastContinue Reading

A major breakdown of the new multi-trillion proposed legislature, which may cost over $5.5 trillion, highlights below, NEWS TALK VIDEO “While the actual cost of this new legislation will ultimately depend heavily on details that have yet to be revealed, we estimate the policies under consideration could cost between $5Continue Reading

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A new post in Marie Claire is calling for more abortions. The NEW VIDEO on the topic is below. Some highlights: “Because there are also shockingly few depictions of parents, particularly parents of color, having abortions, it reinforces this false dichotomy between people who have abortions and people who haveContinue Reading

The International Society for Civil Liberties & the Rule of Law (Intersociety), a nonprofit based out of Nigeria, has released a report in which they say that roughly 3,462 Christians have been killed already in 2021 by Fulani militants and Boko Haram throughout Nigeria. In addition, 3000 Christians have been abducted, whileContinue Reading

From the July 16 press conference: “So we are ma- — regularly making sure social media platforms are aware of the latest narratives dangerous to public health that we and many other Americans seeing — are seeing across all of social and traditional media.  And we work to engage withContinue Reading

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell warned unvaccinated Americans that the entire country could be locked down again as early as this fall if they don’t get their COVID vaccine. “These shots need to get in everybody’s arm as rapidly as possible, or we’re going to be back in a situationContinue Reading

In this exclusive interview, News Talk’s Brandon Jones talks to Mike Perotti, a candidate for Hillborough County 13th Judicial Circuit Attorney General. Perotti discusses growing up the Tampa, being a “homegrown candidate,” his career path and working towards solutions. He also discusses policing, recent protests and decisions made by AndrewContinue Reading

California voters will decide in November whether governments and public colleges and universities can consider race in their hiring, contracting and admissions decisions, possibly ending affirmative action rules. The state Senate voted 30-10 on Wednesday to repeal that amendment, which still requires the approval of voters in November. Sen. ScottContinue Reading

As the education system continues to evolve in the post-pandemic world, iCode will bring their specialized computer science and coding platform to Tampa, seeking for franchisees. Coding and computer science ed gives students not only the technical abilities to succeed in jobs down the line, but also develops cognitive flexibilityContinue Reading

The Florida Supreme Court blocked a voter initiative to ban assault weapons, semiautomatic rifles and shotguns from going to voters in 2022. The Thursday ruling squashed the Ban Assault Weapons Now sponsored constitutional amendment because of deceptive language and the clause grandfathering weapon ownership to the owner only, not theContinue Reading

New York City’s COVID-19 contact tracing and monitoring started in June, speaking with 94% of the patients, according to the head of the program on Tuesday. Mayor Bill de Blasio’s office has confirmed details the prove the data will be incomplete or misleading. “No person will be asked proactively ifContinue Reading

On June 12, 2020, an independent church in the state of Tamil Nadu, southern India, was set on fire on Friday night by unknown aggressors. The fire brought down the entire roof, affected the building structure, furniture, speaker boxes, and amplifier, causing damages estimated around US $2,700. While the reasonContinue Reading