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Rest in Greenpeace: New York poised to
become sixth state to legalize 'human
composting' - the latest $7,000 eco craze
that sees people turned into soil and
used to plant trees
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Posted by Imright 12/6/2022 5:40:45 PM Post Reply
New York is poised to become the sixth state to legalize ‘human composting’ — which sees people turned into soil. For $7,000, bodies are decomposed in 'coffins' for two months before the resulting soil is handed to loved ones to sprinkle over rose patches, trees or a nature reserve. It has already been legalized in California, Colorado, Oregon, Vermont and Washington, with more than 200 Americans opting for the process to date. And the latest eco-craze is surging in popularity with the center pioneering human composting — Recompose — tripling in size in just two years. They now have 1,200 people on the ‘waiting’ list.
TIME releases shortlist for ‘Person
of the Year’ and folks have questions!
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Posted by Imright 12/6/2022 5:34:20 PM Post Reply
TIME magazine has been honoring individuals and ideas that have changed the world for nearly a century and this week, the publication released its shortlist of candidates for the 2022 ‘Person of the Year” with none other than disgraced soon to be former Congresswoman Liz Cheney among the finalists. Cheney joins world leaders Xi Jinping of China and Ukraine’s Volodymyr Zelenskyy as well as Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, billionaire Twitter owner Elon Musk, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, Jeff Bezos ex-wife MacKenzie Scott, gun control activists, Iranian protesters and the U.S. Supreme Court as potential winners of the prestigious recognition.
Trump's company found GUILTY of tax fraud
in scheme where executives were given
off-the-book luxury perks such as luxury
cars and private school fees
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Posted by Imright 12/6/2022 5:27:59 PM Post Reply
The Trump Organization has been found guilty of fraud at a criminal trial in Manhattan. The company was found guilty on all counts after facing a series of tax fraud charges at State Supreme Court in Manhattan. The verdict carries both the stain of the president's longtime company being found guilty and potential fines, although the potential penalty would amount to just $1.6 million, a slap on the wrist for a large company. Nevertheless, it could harm or complicate future business opportunities, and besmirches a company that was key to the former president's political path to the White House,
Justice Department monitors Georgia runoff election replies
Posted by Imright 12/6/2022 5:15:45 PM Post Reply
The Justice Department announced plans to monitor the Georgia Senate runoff election between Sen. Raphael Warnock and Herschel Walker in four counties to ensure federal voting rights are protected on Tuesday. Monitors from the department’s Civil Rights Division and U.S. Attorney’s Office will be dispatched on Tuesday to Cobb County, Fulton County, Gwinnett County and Macon-Bibb County. Election day monitors were a point of contention in some states during last month’s midterm election. State officials from Florida and Missouri rejected the Justice Department’s plan to send monitors to counties in their states, arguing the department did not clearly state a reason to do so.
Supreme Court Makes Decision on Dominion
Voting Systems Case
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Posted by Imright 12/6/2022 1:02:17 PM Post Reply
The U.S. Supreme Court has refused to hear a case alleging that Facebook and Dominion Voting Systems had an illegal and undue influence on the 2020 elections. The court rejected the appeal from eight Americans without comment. The group was led by Kevin O’Rourke and had lost two previous rounds in court. In May, U.S. District Court Judge Timothy Tymkovich rejected the suit. The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals followed suit, leading to the request for the Supreme Court’s intervention, according to The Hill. In their bid to have the case reviewed, O’Rouke and his other plaintiffs explained their purpose.
Comer: 'We've Never Had a Family That
Has Influence-Pedaled to This Degree'
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Posted by Imright 12/6/2022 11:37:57 AM Post Reply
"There's nothing like it in the history of America. We've never had a family that has influence-pedaled to this degree," Rep. James Comer (R-Ky.), said on Monday. He was talking to Fox News's Sean Hannity about the millions of dollars the Biden family received, through Hunter Biden, from foreign adversaries of the United States. Comer, the incoming chairman of the House Oversight and Reform Committee, also broke some news on Hannity's show: (Video)
Exclusive Pics: Chris Christie's niece
who ran amok on a New Jersey-bound Spirit
Airlines flight in New Orleans where 'she
injured SIX cops and accused a Hispanic
family of smuggling cocaine' - before
bragging to sheriffs her uncle knows Trump'
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Posted by Imright 12/6/2022 11:24:37 AM Post Reply
The niece of former New Jersey Governor Chis Christie can be pictured for the first time after being arrested on Thanksgiving and thrown off a plane for aggressive behavior. Shannon Epstein allegedly injured six sheriff's deputies in the attack, kicking one in the groin and even biting one of them so hard that she broke the skin during her angry tirade. The 25-year-old, who has removed her social media in the aftermath of her arrest, boarded the 6am Spirit Airlines flight from New Orleans to New Jersey on Thanksgiving morning. She is also accused of threatening the officers who tried to get her off the plane,
It Begins: Judge Rules Georgia County
Can Accept Absentee Ballots 3 Days After Election
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Posted by Imright 12/6/2022 11:19:50 AM Post Reply
Today is election day in the Peach State, but don’t expect to find out the results today. A Georgia Superior Court Judge recently ordered Cobb County to extend its deadline for accepting absentee ballots to December 9th which is three days after voters hit the polls. The decision comes after a lawsuit made its way to court claiming Georgia voter’s constitutional rights were violated when Cobb County residents, who had applied to receive absentee ballots, never received them. The plaintiffs in the suit were the ACLU and the Southern Poverty Law Center
Biden faces press outcry after ‘petty’
and ‘punitive’ Christmas party snubs
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Posted by Imright 12/6/2022 9:30:40 AM Post Reply
They’re making a list and checking it twice. President Biden is facing an outcry from the White House press corps for the “petty” exclusion of journalists from the traditional presidential media Christmas parties. In a seeming break from Biden’s pledge to restore “civility” to public life, a number of journalists — many believing themselves excluded for “naughty” rather than “nice” coverage — didn’t get invites to the glam soirees on Dec. 8 for TV teams and on Dec. 13 for other press. The holiday fests are prized perks of the beat for media that cover the White House because attendees can bring a guest
White House Dismisses Twitter Censoring
Stories on Behalf of Joe Biden as ‘Old News’
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Posted by Imright 12/5/2022 10:33:23 PM Post Reply
The White House dismissed Monday new information released by Twitter regarding corporate decisions during the 2020 election to censor stories and posts about President Joe Biden’s son Hunter. “That is full of old news, if you think about it,” White House press secretary Karine Jean Pierre said during the daily briefing, when asked for the White House’s reaction to the new information unveiled by Twitter’s new CEO Elon Musk. Musk released internal discussions about Twitter executives to journalist Matt Taibbi, who shared the information on the social media platform.
FBI wouldn’t discuss Hunter Biden probe
after convincing Facebook to suppress
laptop stories
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Posted by Imright 12/5/2022 10:28:41 PM Post Reply
Hunter Biden’s name was raised in an FBI meeting with Facebook before the 2020 election, according to sworn testimony by Elvis Chan, an FBI agent accused of “colluding” with social media companies to suppress The Post’s Hunter Biden laptop story. During a weekly election security meeting in October 2020, days after Big Tech censored The Post’s story, a Facebook representative asked the chief of the FBI’s Foreign Influence Task Force, Laura Dehmlow: “What can you share about the Hunter Biden case?”, Chan said Tuesday in a deposition for a lawsuit against the Biden administration by Republican attorneys general of Missouri and Louisiana.
Fauci Deposition Transcript Released:
‘I Don’t Recall’ 174 Times
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Posted by Imright 12/5/2022 10:12:17 PM Post Reply
Louisiana and Missouri on Monday released the entirety of the November 23, 2022, deposition of Dr. Anthony Fauci as part of the lawsuit against the Biden administration and federal government, which Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry (R) said confirms that “federal bureaucrats in collusion with social media companies want to control not only what you think, but especially what you say.” The lawsuit focused on allegations of federal officials colluding with social media companies to censor speech,