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“Sovereign Citizen” Gets 3 Years For Fake Vax Cards

The Napa Valley Register reports: A Napa naturopath will spend nearly three years in federal prison for faking hundreds of COVID-19 vaccination cards and selling a purported remedy against the virus, federal prosecutors announced. Juli Mazi was sentenced to 33 months during a hearing in U.S. District Court in San Francisco. The sentence capped her arrest in what authorities called …

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NYC Ties With Singapore As World’s Most Expensive City

The Guardian reports: New York was the world’s most expensive metropolis in 2022, sharing the unwanted title with Singapore, as soaring energy prices doubled the inflation rate across the major global cities, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit’s annual survey. Last year’s leader Tel Aviv dropped to third, while Sydney snuck into the Top 10 and Moscow and St Petersberg …

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UK Teen Faces Extradition For Inspiring Buffalo Shooting

The Times of London reports: A teenager from Derbyshire faces extradition to the United States after being found guilty of publishing far-right terrorist material that inspired a mass shooting in Buffalo, New York. Daniel Harris, 19, from Glossop, produced videos that called for armed insurrection and glorified the crimes of white supremacist mass murderers. His videos were viewed by Payton …

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Georgia Senate Runoff Poll Shows Race Deadlocked

Atlanta’s Fox affiliate reports: With early voting reaching record numbers, a new poll says that the race to be Georgia’s next senator is deadlocked. The new survey from FrederickPolls, COMPETE Digital and AMMPolitical shows both Democrat Sen. Raphael Warnock and Republican Challenge Herschel Walker tied at 50 percent each ahead of the Dec. 6 runoff. According to the poll, 97 …

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Biden Admin To End Emergency Declaration On MPOX

Politico reports: The Biden administration is eyeing an end to its public health emergency declaration for MPOX, a sign that officials believe they’ve brought the monthslong outbreak under control. Health officials are likely to issue a 60-day notice later this week for winding down the declaration, two people with knowledge of the matter told POLITICO. Such a move would put …

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Hannity Predicts GOP Will Impeach Biden Next Year

Media Matters has the transcript: There’s a reason that I was right on Ferguson, a reason I was right on Freddie Gray in Baltimore, UVA, Duke Lacrosse, down in Florida the Trayvon Martin case, George Zimmerman case, a reason that I was right on Richard Jewell. In every one of these instances, I don’t rush to judgment. But when you …

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Musk Company To Test Computing Brain Implants

Bloomberg News reports: Elon Musk’s Neuralink Corp. aims to start putting its coin-sized computing brain implant into human patients within six months, the company announced at an event at its Fremont, Calif. headquarters on Wednesday evening. Neuralink has been refining the product, which consists of a tiny device and electrode-laced wires, along with a robot that carves out a piece of …

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DHS Bulletin Warns Of “Persistent” Threats Of Terrorism

NBC News reports: In a terrorism advisory bulletin, the Department of Homeland Security on Wednesday raised concerns about potential threats to the LGBTQ, Jewish and migrant communities from violent extremists inside the United States. Americans motivated by violent ideologies pose a “persistent and lethal threat,” a senior DHS official told reporters in a briefing on the bulletin. Asked if recent …

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FL Sheriff Unveils New Severe Student Discipline Policy

Orlando’s ABC affiliate reports: Days after the Brevard County School Board ousted the superintendent, plans are underway for a new school disciplinary policy in Brevard Public Schools. Flanked by Sheriff Wayne Ivey and State Attorney Phil Archer, School Board Chairman Matt Susin went on camera Monday in front of the Brevard County Jail in Sharpes to announce plans to impose …

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Don’t Say Dreidel: Florida School District Reverses Its Decision To Ban Annual Presentation About Hanukkah

Florida Politics reports: Pasco County Schools says it has reversed its decision to deny a mother’s request to give a Hanukkah presentation to her son’s fifth grade class after reporters contacted the district for an explanation. Rachel Long has visited each of her children’s classes yearly to explain Hanukkah — the Jewish “Festival of Lights.” That was until last week …

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