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Country Star Cancels Shows At Proof Of Vax Venues

Billboard Magazine reports: Country singer Travis Tritt is ready to take a hard stance against COVID-19 vaccine and testing mandates at concerts, and announced Monday (Oct. 18) he’s even going so far as to cancel four shows making those requirements. Tritt says the negative comments he received after performing shows with COVID-19 safety protocols on the Brooks & Dunn Reboot …

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Parkland Families Reach Settlement With School District

The South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports: The families of 52 people killed, injured or traumatized during the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High have reached a $25 million settlement with the Broward School District, the lawyer for the families confirmed Monday. The largest payments will go to the 17 families whose children or spouses were killed, and they will each …

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Carlson: Powell’s Death Illustrates “Lies” About Vaccine

“Like almost everyone his age, Colin Powell was fully vaccinated against COVID. And yet according to his family and doctors, Colin Powell died of COVID. “Of course, that fact does not make his death any less sad nor is it unusual. Many thousands of vaccinated Americans have died of COVID. “Former CDC Director Robert Redfield announced just today that about …

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College Fires Football Coach For Defying Vax Mandate

ESPN reports: Washington State fired football coach Nick Rolovich and four of his assistants on Monday after they refused to comply with a mandate that all state employees be vaccinated against COVID-19. Washington Gov. Jay Inslee had set a deadline of Monday for thousands of state employees, including the Cougars’ coaches, to be vaccinated against the coronavirus or risk losing …

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CHATTER AWAY: Overnight Open Thread

Deadline Hollywood reports: The 1981 Mel Brooks film History of the World, Part I was never meant to have a sequel, but Deadline has confirmed Brooks’ high jinks across history will continue as part of an eight-episode variety series at Hulu. The writers room for History of the World, Part II will begin this month, and production will commence in …

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Hockey Star Suspended For Submitting Fake Vax Card

NHL.com reports: Evander Kane of the San Jose Sharks has been suspended 21 games for violating NHL COVID-19 protocol. The 30-year-old left wing was not with the Sharks during training camp and did not play in a 4-3 season-opening win against the Winnipeg Jets on Saturday. He is eligible to return against the New Jersey Devils on Nov. 30. The …

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FDA To Allow “Mix And Match” For Booster Shots

The New York Times reports: The Food and Drug Administration is planning to allow Americans to receive a different Covid-19 vaccine as a booster than the one they initially received, a move that could reduce the appeal of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine and provide flexibility to doctors and other vaccinators. The government would not recommend one shot over another, …

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Right Wing Radio Host Arrested For Thefts During Riot

Law & Crime reports: A right-wing radio host stole the baseball cap worn by a U.S. Capitol Police officer who defended Congress on Jan. 6 and wore it during a live stream of one of his broadcasts, federal authorities claimed in court papers released on Monday. Three witnesses who worked at his media outlet allegedly told the FBI that he …

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138 State Reps Sign Demand For 50-State 2020 Audit

Talking Points Memo reports: Dozens of state lawmakers from around the country have signed onto a letter falsely referring to the 2020 elections as “corrupted” and insisting on “forensic audits” in all 50 states. “This is our historic obligation to restore the election integrity of the vote as the bedrock of our constitutional republic,” the letter, which has been signed …

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Trump Sues To Block Docs Sought By Riot Committee

The Washington Post reports: Former president Donald Trump is suing to block the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol from receiving records it has requested regarding his role and the role of his aides in the events of that day. The lawsuit argues that the records request is overly broad and has no legislative purpose. “The …

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