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‘Reign of X’ Marvel X-Men writer Gerry Duggan: Goal is ‘thrill our artists and editors’ NOT please customers, leave us alone

The comic book industry is on fire in some sectors, but new comic books may be losing their appeal, with Manga dominating the sales charts (see below). Marvel and DC have been including more and more social justice themes and characters into stories over the last few years – a

HUMAN INTEREST

University of California will no longer require SAT, ACT for admission

The University of California system will no longer require SAT and ACT scores for admission after reaching a settlement agreement, a statement from the UC system said. This decision extended the policy for 2022 and 2023 after making the the tests optional for freshman admissions for fall 2021 and 2022

CRIME

New Analysis: Florida 2nd most vulnerable for cybercrime

One of the world’s leading two-factor authentication firms has analyzed an FBI Internet Crime Report to reveal which states have the highest chances of cyber attacks happening. The platform examined the number of cybercrimes committed in each state/district in the US and then revealed what that number was per 100,000

Angel Hernandez-Tellez arrested in Alabama in connection to Gibsonton shooting

The suspect in a shooting that critically injured a man in Gibsonton over the weekend has been arrested, deputies said. Angel Hernandez-Tellez, 29, was arrested without incident by the Hale County Sheriff’s Office in Greensboro, Ala., according to the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office. The police press release issued Tuesday confirmed

North Fort Myers man, John Armstrong, sentenced to 35 years for armed robberies

A 32-year-old North Fort Myers, Florida man was sentenced to 35 years in federal prison for two bank robberies, an attempted bank robbery, a Hobbs Act robbery, and three counts of brandishing a firearm during a crime of violence. John Armstrong had pleaded guilty on September 22, 2020. Armstrong’s co-defendants, Tanya

SPORTS

NBA adds Social Justice Award, named after Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

With falling ratings and outrage over social justice virtue signaling, the NBA is doubling down with the creation of a new award to recognize a player who best embodies efforts for social justice and racial equality, the league announced Thursday. Named after Hall of Fame great Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, the league’s

National News

Abortion activists fear SCOTUS will roll back Roe v Wade, would be ‘devastating’

The Supreme Court announced on Monday that it will hear Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, a challenge to a Mississippi law that prohibits nearly all abortions after the 15th week of pregnancy. While pro-life groups praise the move, leftists and members of the press are outraged, fearful that Roe v.

Politics

Planned Parenthood sues City of Lubbock to resume aborting babies

Planned Parenthood filed a lawsuit Monday against the City of Lubbock, which became the largest Sanctuary City for the Unborn through a public election on May 1. The lawsuit attacks the ordinance that bans abortion within city limits, claiming the policy violates the so-called “right” to abortion and asserts passing the ordinance

World News

Navy fires warning shots as Iranian boats ‘harass’ and surround ships, submarine in Strait of Hormuz

The Iranian military appears to continue their testing of U.S. tolerance and restraint after a group of 13 Iranian ships harassed the American vessels in the Strait of Hormuz, prompting warning shots to be fired. On Monday, the U.S. Navy detailed how Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Navy (IRGCN) speed boats

OPINION/ANALYSIS/REVIEWS

  • ‘Reign of X’ Marvel X-Men writer Gerry Duggan: Goal is ‘thrill our artists and editors’ NOT please customers, leave us alone

    The comic book industry is on fire in some sectors, but new comic books may be losing their appeal, with Manga dominating the sales charts (see below). Marvel and DC have been including more and more social justice themes and characters into stories over the last few years – a

  • Fauci stumbles over Texas

    Remember when Texas Governor Greg Abbott officially repealed its mask mandate one month ago? The governor and the state got slammed by “public health” officials all around. One notable voice was the mostly exalted, yet oft incorrect, Dr Anthony Fauci who called Texas’s move a “concern.” “We understand people’s need to

  • Everything is infrastructure: Kirsten Gillibrand redefines the word

    The progressive left has a long history of redefining words to meet some larger, insidious government policy goal. The propagandization has included pro-choice or reproductive health as a more comforting replacement for pro-abortion or undocumented immigrant in place of  illegal alien. Despite the softer sounds, it hardly changes the reality

  • Great YouTube finds: Amazing Japanese musicians

    There is no doubt that YouTube has it’s drawbacks if you are a creator, just ask Steven Crowder, if you don’t follow the prescribed speech and ideology; however, the video channel offers a lot to the viewer. For this devourer of content, I enjoy long run interviews, debate videos and

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