"It is very difficult to maintain any kind of a 'common cause' with a Federal government which appears to have lost all common sense." -- Claire K. Rivero

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The trans activist compared Texas lawmakers to Hitler for opposing drag shows at public libraries

Transgender activist Loren Perkins gave a fiery speech in favor of drag performances at the Texas state capitol in an address that led to a physical altercation last week.

By: unewsy
Posted on: Mar 27 14:05

Other world leaders have expressed support for China’s initiatives, including Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva.

Posted on: Mar 27 13:43

“We bring out the best in the people who serve, because America calls for nothing less”

Posted on: Mar 27 13:42

 Dunne and the Tigers are set to perform at the NCAA Denver Regional

LSU gymnast Olivia Dunne is one of the most-followed student-athletes on social media among other sports, and she will be pushed further into the limelight this weekend at the NCAA Regional in Denver.

By: unewsy
Posted on: Mar 27 13:23

 Parton and Cyrus told outlets the song is about acceptance, kindness and coming together

A Wisconsin elementary school is buzzing in the news after nixing students' performance of duet "Rainbowland" from its spring concert after an administrator deemed the song inappropriate for school.


By: unewsy
Posted on: Mar 27 13:10

Police responded to a school shooting in Green Hills near Nashville

First responders in Tennessee are on the scene of a school shooting at a Nashville elementary school.

By: unewsy
Posted on: Mar 27 13:01

Jared Bridegan's ex-wife, Shanna Gardner-Fernandez, remains a suspect in the killing, law enforcement sources say

Microsoft executive Jared Bridegan was gunned down in front of his 2-year-old daughter Bexley in north Florida a little over a year ago in a crime so heinous, it captured international headlines. 

Two men were recently arrested for the shocking slaying, and a clearer picture has emerged of what police have called a "targeted" and cold-blooded ambush of a father of four Feb. 16, 2022.

By: unewsy
Posted on: Mar 27 12:46

 A 70-car train hauling hazardous materials derailed in North Dakota late Sunday Monday, according to local reports.

The Canadian Pacific train derailed around 11:15 p.m. about a mile southeast of Wyndmere in Richland County, Valley News Live reported. No injuries were reported.

By: unewsy
Posted on: Mar 27 12:25

A Young Sally Field... A Typical Cali Girl

Sally Field might be small, but she is mighty. Equal parts cute – as demonstrated from her performances in Gidget and The Flying Nun – and feisty like her Norma Rae character and strong like the characters she played in Steel Magnolias and Places in the Heart. Let’s take a look through the life and career of this effervescent icon of the American cinema to see why we like her… we really like her.

By: unewsy
Posted on: Mar 27 12:24

The war on truth is raging in corporate media, as it has for many years. The difference today is that without Donald Trump in the White House the hacks in corporate media are having to manufacture outrage out of thin air in order to justify their virtue signaling existence.

The latest version of this comes in the form of a “commentary” about “digital blackface.” I won’t go into too many details because it’s the most idiotic thing I’ve read in years, but the gist is this: If you use a GIF of a person of color on social media and you’re white, then you’ve just committed an egregious crime akin to blackface.

Posted on: Mar 27 12:13

In a recent piece in the Conversation, a professor of climate change says we have to achieve Net Zero by 2035 to save the planet and can only do that by nationalising everything. Is Net Zero socialism by the back door?

Posted on: Mar 27 12:07

Donald Trump has blamed the Biden Administration for the spectre of nuclear war as explosive rhetoric over Ukraine heats up. Vladimir Putin announced plans to move tactical nuclear weapons into neighbouring Belarus on Sunday drawing condemnation from NATO.

The former Republican president took to Truth Social to comment on Putin's move and slam Joe Biden's Government.

He said: "Here we go!!! Just as I predicted, now we’re playing with the 'BIG STUFF.' The 'N' WORD is now being used, front and centre. This situation was caused by us - It’s what happens when you have incompetent people running your government. All I can say to you right now is, PRAY."

Posted on: Mar 27 11:57

The United Nation's human rights watchdog has voiced alarm over the Zelensky government's targeting of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (UOC) in a report published on Friday. The UOC, which still maintains communion with the Russian Orthodox Church, has seen its priests and monks expelled from some churches and monasteries of late, after the Ukrainian government has sought to bolster a rival nationalist church, also through controversial legislation.

The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights said in the new report that it is "concerned that the State’s activities targeting the UOC could be discriminatory." The UN report pointed to "vague legal terminology and the absence of sufficient justification" in proposed anti-UOC legislation being pushed forward by the Zelensky administration.

Posted on: Mar 27 11:33

“Operation Choke Point 2.0” is a term coined by Coin Metrics co-founder Nic Carter to refer to an apparently coordinated effort to discourage banks from holding crypto deposits or providing banking services to crypto firms on the basis of “safety and soundness” for the banking system.

In a time when millions of Americans are pulling billions in deposits from failing banks and allocating them to gold and bitcoin, US regulators were scrambling to come up a means to hammer cryptos and punish those who fled the fiat realm and run toward bitcoin. They may have just come up with one solution.

Bitcoin and cryptos are in freefall following a Bloomberg report that Binance, the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, and Chief Executive Officer Changpeng Zhao, are being sued by the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission for allegedly breaking trading and derivatives rules.

Posted on: Mar 27 11:32

Amid the ongoing huge Israeli protests, which are being widely described as the country's largest in history, embattled Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is expected to imminently announce he's suspending his coalition's judicial overhaul legislation. He also for the first time warned the country against falling into violence

Upon his signaling that he will now back down from the controversial overhaul (at least temporarily) - seen as a sweeping power grab - and after banks and shops closed in a nationwide strike, the shekel appreciated against the dollar and Israeli shares immediately rose. The shekel in early morning trading rose more than 1% to 3.55 against the dollar on reports there will be a U-turn.

Posted on: Mar 27 11:30

Victims who lost money following the collapse of FTX are suing finance YouTubers who promoted the now-failed cryptocurrency exchange, which was run by disgraced CEO and left-wing megadonor Sam Bankman-Fried (SBF).

According to reports, the plaintiffs are seeking $1 billion in damages in a class-action suit against these social media “influencers” who peddled the toxic company and its products to the unsuspecting masses.

One such influencer was former NFL quarterback Tom Brady, who appeared both online and on television hawking FTX as a solid investment tool. Brady, along with Madonna and Gwyneth Paltrow, is the subject of other similar lawsuits aimed at FTX promoters.

For the purposes of this lawsuit, online financial gurus who are believed to have been paid to promote FTX are the subjects of plaintiffs’ demands for restitution. All in all, some $8 billion was lost in the collapse of FTX, which left some investors destitute.

Posted on: Mar 27 09:23

Fiery but mostly peaceful protests broke out in Israel on Sunday night after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu fired a high-ranking defense minister for opposing his push to turn Israel into a full-blown Jewish supremacist dictatorship.

Posted on: Mar 27 08:27

A Florida surgeon has been charged with murder in the disappearance of a Tampa area attorney

By: unewsy
Posted on: Mar 27 08:03

 Adele has announced that she’s extending her Las Vegas residency with 34 more dates between June and November and also plans to release a concert film

By: unewsy
Posted on: Mar 27 07:58

Last week's testimony from TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew "increased the likelihood that Congress will take some action" on the hugely popular and controversial social media app after his remarks on Capitol Hill failed to allay bipartisan worries over potential data privacy issues and Chinese government intrusion, Rep. Mike Gallagher said Sunday.

By: unewsy
Posted on: Mar 27 07:52

The US Army halted their new multi-million dollar "Be All You Can Be" advertising campaign on Sunday after the lead actor, Jonathan Majors, was arrested over a domestic dispute for strangulation, assault and harassment.

Posted on: Mar 27 07:18

ESPN has been condemned by a former champion college swimmer for including transgender swimmer Lia Thomas in their segment devoted to Women's History Month - describing the company as 'spineless'.

Riley Gaines swam for the University of Kentucky, ending her college career in 2022 as 'one of the most decorated swimmers in program history,' according to the UK website. She became a 12-time NCAA All-American swimmer and a five-time SEC champion.

Gaines competed against transgender University of Pennsylvania swimmer Lia Thomas in the NCAA championships in March 2022, and said the experience of racing Thomas - who raced in the men's competition until 2019 - 'felt like I was going into the race with my hands tied behind my back.'

On Sunday, Gaines took issue with ESPN's decision to praise Thomas's contribution to women's sport, and tweeted the hashtag 'Boycott ESPN'.

Posted on: Mar 27 06:39

From 1892 to 1954, more than 12 million immigrants entered the United States through a small island in the New York Harbor, Ellis Island. The island is located in the upper bay off the New Jersey coast, just within the shadow of the Statue of Liberty.

Prior to 1890, each individual states (rather than the Federal government) regulated immigration into the United States. From 1855 to 1890, Castle Garden in the Battery served as the New York State immigration station and around 8 million immigrants, mostly from Northern and Western Europe, passed through its doors.

By: unewsy
Posted on: Mar 27 06:27


Since its debut in 2019, K-pop group CIX has worked hard to become strong, great performers. And with various music releases and their latest world tour, CIX is keeping up the momentum.

The group recently embarked on the U.S. leg of their second world tour with stops in New York City, Los Angeles and Washington, D.C. USA TODAY spoke with the group about their tour and what being a part of CIX means to them. 

Whether you're a long-time FIX (their fandom name) or just getting to know the group, here's everything you need to know about CIX. 


By: unewsy
Posted on: Mar 27 06:25

 The Roman Empire is often heralded as one of the greatest societies to ever exist. Roads, bound books, concrete, and sewers are just a few of the wonderfully essential things that the Romans contributed to society.

By: unewsy
Posted on: Mar 27 06:23