HILLARY CLINTON SAYS THAT CLARENCE THOMAS IS FILLED WITH ‘ANGER’ AND ‘GRIEVANCE’

From DAILYCALLER.COM Two-time failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton claimed during a Tuesday interview that Associate Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas is filled with “resentment,” “grievance” and “anger.” “I went to law school with him. He’s been a person of grievance as long as I’ve known him,” Clinton told CBS’s Gayle King about Thomas. The two graduated … Read more

SPECIAL COUNSEL RULES BIDEN’S ENERGY SECRETARY VIOLATED HATCH ACT

From WWW.FOXNEWS.COM The U. S. Office of Special Counsel (OSC) determined that Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm violated the Hatch Act during a late 2021 interview. The OSC said Granholm explicitly endorsed Democratic Party candidates during an Oct. 6 interview in her official capacity with media outlet Marie Clare, according to a response letter sent to the … Read more

AMAZON EMPLOYEES OF ‘ALL GENDERS’ BEG MANAGEMENT TO STOP DOING BUSINESS IN PRO-LIFE STATES, MAKE OTHER EXTREME DEMANDS

From WWW.DAILYWIRE.COM Amazon employees of “all genders” are requesting time off to mourn the end of Roe v. Wade and demanding that the company cease operations in pro-life states. The e-commerce giant said last month that it would cover as much as $4,000 in expenses for employees traveling across state lines to procure an abortion. After … Read more

HOLLYWOOD AIMS TO TRIM PRODUCTION COSTS AMID INFLATION SURGE, SUPPLY CHAIN PAIN

From WWW.HOLLYWOODREPORTER.COM The entertainment industry is buckling under the weight of inflation exacerbated by persisting supply chain turmoil, physical production executives and studio operators tell The Hollywood Reporter. Amid a record year for production levels after bouncing back from the pandemic, studios are grappling over how to build sets within budget and on time. “The accessibility … Read more

DRUG TRAFFICKERS ARRESTED IN CALIFORNIA WITH 150,000 FENTANYL PILLS RELEASED AFTER JUST DAYS IN JAIL

From WWW.FOXNEWS.COM Two drug traffickers in California who were arrested last week for being in possession of 150,000 fentanyl pills — enough to kill millions of people — were released back onto the streets, officials said. Jose Zendejas, 25, and Benito Madrigal, 19, both from Washington, were arrested during a traffic stop-turned-drug bust in Tulare on … Read more