Hunter Biden Mystery: The Delaware Prosecutor’s Decision to Not Bring Charges His Office Approved

An IRS document from early 2022 states Delaware U.S. Attorney David Weiss’ office signed off on bringing a felony tax evasion case against Hunter Biden that stretched back to 2014 and money from Ukraine, creating fresh intrigue as to how the president’s son ultimately escaped more serious charges and got a plea deal on tax misdemeanors involving conduct years later.

The document, a prosecution “conclusions and recommendations” memo, escaped much notice when it was released last month by the House Ways and Means Committee along with the testimony of IRS whistleblower Gary Shapley.

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Top Memphis Hand Surgeon, 43, Shot and Killed in His Exam Room in ‘Targeted Attack’ by Patient Who Had Been Lying in Wait Outside for Hours and Threatening Him for a Week

Daily Mail UK A top Memphis hand surgeon was shot dead yesterday in an exam room by a patient who had been threatening him for a week. Dr. Benjamin Mauck was killed at the Campbell Clinic in Collierville, Memphis, at 2pm on Tuesday. His killer – who had been lying in…

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Gender Clinic Doctors Use Genital Surgery Robot to Crank Out ‘High Volume’ of Sex Changes

Surgeons at Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) are using a medical robot to assist with vaginoplasties, or the surgical construction of a vulva and vagina, according to various posts on the organization’s website.

OHSU’s gender program, urological program and reconstructive urology referral center all boast of a high volume of clients on their respective web pages, and Dr. Blair Peters, a surgeon leading the gender program, boasted that the gender surgery clinic had “the highest volume on the West Coast” and could operate two robot-assisted vaginoplasties daily, according to a recent report from the Manhattan Institute’s City Journal. In addition to vaginoplasty, OHSU offers phalloplasty (the surgical construction of a penis), non-binary genital “nullification” surgeries and mastectomies.

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California PTA Pushing Transgender Ideology Against Wishes of Most Parents

The California State Parent Teacher Association (PTA) is co-sponsoring a bill that seeks to establish a framework for parenting that enshrines in law the idea that failing to affirm a child’s self-identified gender will be considered detrimental to his or her well-being, a press release from Capitol Resource Institute (CRI) announced Monday.

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Many Pennsylvanians Uncertain About State Elected Officials: Poll

New survey results suggest many residents don’t know much about elected leaders in Pennsylvania.

Aside from Gov. Josh Shapiro, most respondents said they either “never heard of” or were “unsure” about the performance of certain administration officials and legislative leaders — including Lt. Gov. Austin Davis, Democratic House Speaker Joanna McClinton, and Republican Senate President Kim Ward.

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Electric Cars Increasingly Going Unsold

Despite increasing mandates from various state governments to produce and purchase more electric vehicles, many of the new cars are simply sitting on the dealers’ lots as consumers refuse to buy them.

According to Axios, research from Cox Automotive has highlighted the struggles that electric vehicle (EV) producers face as customers are reluctant to make the switch from gas-powered vehicles to electric. Cox carried out a midyear industry review which was presented to journalists and stakeholders, showcasing the uneasy future for EV manufacturers.

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Elite University Holds ‘Anti-Racist’ Seminars for White Parents Only

New York University (NYU) held an antiracist workshop series during the spring semester for white public school parents to reflect on “white supremacy” in their communities, according to the Washington Free Beacon.

The series was put on by NYU’s Metropolitan Center for Research on Equity and the Transformation of Schools (MCRETS) from February to June and cost $360 per person to attend, according to a now-deleted website. Parents attended five different meetings to discover how to become allies to minority parents and students and discuss how “internalized white superiority shows up in our actions, relationships, and institutions.”

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Commentary: GOP Split on How to Handle Absentee Votes

“I can’t begin to understand what ballot harvesting is,” Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin, the former Republican House Speaker, said in an interview in the wake of a 2018 political upset in Orange County, California. Democrats had swept the congressional seats in one of California’s few Republican strongholds, largely due to a well-executed strategy of harvesting, or the collection and submission of ballots by someone other than the voter.    

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Commentary: Biden’s Latest Green Energy Scheme

In a move eerily reminiscent of the failed Solyndra, President Joe Biden’s Department of Energy has doled out massive loans in green energy initiatives to corporations.

Remember Solyndra? Way back in 2009, the administration of Barack Obama, newly inaugurated and stoked with the ideological fire of environmental zeal, greenlit a $535 million loan guarantee to a company by that name to mass produce easy-to-install cylindrical solar units.

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Music Spotlight: Jordana Bryant

Even though I am a bit older and have a certain style of music that I gravitate towards when a young artist blows up, I am smart enough to pay attention. The younger set are the biggest consumers of digital music, and what they think and like often drives what radio stations play and record labels pay attention to.

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