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WASHINGTON D.C. - It is July 7, 2024 — well before the conventions, well before what used to be known in my childhood as “the real campaign,” the one that theoretically begins after Labor Day — and every single Republican (or, to be honest, objective political oddsmaker) finds himself playing an idle holiday-weekend parlor game: “How can Trump or the GOP somehow screw this one up?” (Answer: It’s Trump and the GOP, so just like the bullet with your name on it, you’ll probably never see it coming.)

Understand that conservative commentators are profoundly unused to seeing Republicans in a commanding presidential lead unless they were around for the Reagan/Bush years, and we certainly never expected to associate it with Donald Trump of all people. But it’s sinking in. Because right now, every single moderately intelligent person not explicitly paid to claim otherwise believes — even if only in that darkest part of their hearts they examine when ruinously drunk or falling fitfully asleep — that Joe Biden is a dead man walking, in multiple senses of that term. (Ah, the rich metaphorical opportunities our present political moment offers.) Click here to read more.

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LYNNWOOD, Wash. — The parents of 13-year-old Jayda Woods-Johnson, who was shot and killed Wednesday night at Alderwood mall, say they are 'disgusted' that the suspect in the shooting was allowed to post bail and be released from juvenile detention.

Jayda was at the mall when she was struck by a bullet that police allege was fired by a 16-year-old boy. An altercation broke out between two groups of people, but police said Jayda was not connected to either group.

Hours after the shooting, the suspect's mother turned him into Lynnwood police and he was booked into juvenile detention. KOMO News confirmed the boy was released Thursday after a posting a bail of $500,000. Click here to read more.

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WASHINGOTN D.C. - President Joe Biden‘s doctor met with a neurologist who is reportedly a Parkinson’s disease expert at the White House earlier this year, visitor logs show.

The New York Post first published a story on Saturday about the logs as questions swirl about the commander-in-chief’s health following a fumbling debate performance less than two weeks ago.

Online records show Kevin Cannard, whose LinkedIn page shows him as being a “Movement Disorders specialist at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center,” met with White House physician Kevin O’Connor at 5 p.m. ET on January 17.

These same logs show the visit taking place in the Residence Clinic with two other people. According to the Post, Walter Reed cardiologist John Atwood is one of the individuals listed as being in the room. The fourth person has not been identified. Click here to read more.

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MICHIGAN - There is a lot of fearmongering circulating in mainstream media about the “Avian Influenza”. In parallel to the fearmongering, there has been a large increase in the number of inspections and surveillance. Creating fear would certainly help better maintain control of the food system, wouldn’t it?

On Tuesday, May 28th, our farm co-op was randomly “inspected” (raided), and over $90,000 worth of product was put under “cease and desist” by the state of Michigan, including all raw dairy. As this is an evolving story, I will share what we know to be true thus far.

Nourish Cooperative is a farm cooperative that my sister, Sarah, and I started with a few other first generation regenerative farmers in September 2023. After several years of a steadily increasing demand for our farm fresh products (such as our raw milk, sourdough, and “needle-free” grass fed and/or corn- and soy-free meat), we simply could not keep up with the demand ourselves, which led us to create a “cooperative” (co-op) of several small, local regenerative farms. Click here to read more.

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ROCHESTER, MICH - Monday night was a Rochester Community Schools Board of Education Special meeting. On the agenda was “Board and Superintendent Norms and Expectations” which was moderated by Scott Morrell who is on the Board of Directors at Michigan Association of School Boards.

At the end of an approximately three-hour board meeting which allowed parents to have public comment at the end (only three minutes each), seven things were agreed upon to be norms including being nicer to each other and to stay on topic at board meetings.

A mother of two girls at Delta Kelly, shared a deeply personal story during the board meeting’s public comment period. She revealed that her eight-year-old daughter had asked if she and her younger six-year-old sister might be transgender after being read books like Call Me Max, My Shadow Is Purple, and My Shadow Is Pink. Click here to read more.

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LANSING, Mich - Michigan home health care workers might have to go back to giving uppart of their paychecks to a union if two bills passed by the state Senate become law.

Senate Bills 790 and 791 aim to revive the dues skim, in which a union takes money fromMichigan home health care workers — most ofwhom are private people who get small public reimbursem*nts for caring for elderly or disabled family members.

From 2004 to 2013, Care Council legislation created a fictional employment relationship between home healthcare providers and the state, allowingthe Service Employees International Union to take millions of dollars from federal stipends. The practice was never popular with Michigan home healthcare providers, with only 20%votingfor unionization in 2005. Over nine years, dues skimmed just from Medicaid checks totaled more than$31 million. Click here to read more.

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LANSING, Mich - A cooperative of several small southwest Michigan farms is fighting back after the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development recently seized $90,000 worth of raw dairy products.

The Whitmer administration raided Nourish Cooperative on May 28 over the sale of raw dairy products, seizing $90,000 worth of milk and butter the government deemed dangerous for human consumption.

In a video of the seizure posted online, two overweight bureaucrats from MDARD watched with clipboards in hand as employees filled a dumpster with the products.

“The two Michigan Department of Agriculture employees watched on since they were unwilling to do the raid themselves,” Harry Gray posted to X with the video. Click here to read more.

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WASHINGTON D.C. - President Joe Biden formally rejected on Monday a bill in Congress that would require individuals to show proof of U.S. citizenship to register to vote in elections for federal office.

A policy statement from the Biden administration said it “strongly opposes” the Safeguard American Voter Eligibility (SAVE) Act, which was introduced by Rep. Chip Roy (R-TX) earlier this year and is expected to get a vote in the Republican-led House as early as this week, but did not mention the prospect of a veto.

“It is already illegal for noncitizens to vote in Federal elections — it is a Federal crime punishable by prison and fines. The alleged justification for this bill is based on easily disproven falsehoods,” the statement said. “Additionally, making a false claim of citizenship or unlawfully voting in an election is punishable by removal from the United States and a permanent bar to admission.” Click here to read more.

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MIDDLETOWN, Penn. - A Pennsylvania woman has a few more things to celebrate after finishing her radiation treatment for breast cancer.

Donna Osborne, 75, said it was bittersweet when she scratched off her lottery ticket and realized she won $5 million. Osborne added the surprise also came just in time for her birthday.

"I was at the airport with my daughter. We were on our way to see family in Florida when the flight got delayed," she told lottery officials. "Well, it was delayed so many times, I decided to go home. My daughter stayed and flew to Florida,” said Osborne. “If I didn’t leave the airport, I would have never bought that ticket!"

Osborne said after scratching the ticket at the Speedway parking lot she couldn't believe her eyes. Click here to read more.

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ROCHESTER, Mich - In the first part of the story about parental outrage in the Rochester Community School district, the focus was on parents' reactions to what they deemed inappropriate books on gender being read to their children. Parents accused the schools of imposing personal belief systems on young children without parental consent, referring to it as "grooming."

The controversies at Delta Kelly and Brooklands exemplify ongoing conflicts between parents and the Rochester Schools' administration and teachers. At a special board meeting, parent Stephanie Van Daele criticized the school board's involvement in events like Pride in the Park, arguing that such events are inappropriate for young children.

During the board meeting, Trustee Carol Beth Litkouhi proposed suspending the rules to allow immediate responses from board members regarding the reading of inappropriate books, but the motion did not pass. Litkouhi, who has sought information on gender studies and DEI courses through FOIA requests, has received partial and redacted responses. She currently has a pending lawsuit against the school system with the Michigan Supreme Court over FOIA interpretations. Click here to read more.

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MIDLAND, Mich - Michigan’s record $23.4 billion education budget will widen the per-pupil funding gap between poor and wealthier districts while costing taxpayers more to pay down pension debt.

For the first time in over a decade, the school aid budget for fiscal year 2025 neglects to include an increase to the per-pupil foundation allowance. This is the state’s minimum funding guarantee for each student enrolled in conventional districts and charter schools. It’s the primary source of revenue for the districts’ operating expenses.

Since the adoption of Proposal A in 1994, the foundation allowance has helped reduce funding disparities between poor and wealthy districts. Proposal A ensures the value of local property has no impact on this base funding amount. The foundation allowance gap has narrowed significantly thanks to the gradual increase to this portion of school funding each year. Click here to read more.

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LOS ANGELES, CALIF - Americans love to celebrate the Fourth of July by firing up the grill, but this year’s barbeque grocery bill could be higher than ever.

The average cookout for 10 people is expected to cost $71.22 this year, up 5% from 2023 and almost 30% from five years ago, according to the American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF).

At $7.12 per person, this year’s feast is the most expensive since AFBF began the survey in 2013.

Economists for the group said inflationary pressures and ongoing supply challenges like low cattle inventory are two of the main drivers pushing prices higher.

The analysis looked at the cost of ground beef, chicken breasts, pork chops, potato chips, pork and beans, fresh strawberries, homemade potato salad, fresh-squeezed lemonade, chocolate chip cookies and ice cream.

Nearly everything on the table is more expensive than a year ago. Two pounds of ground beef will cost an average of $12.77, up more than 11% from last year. Pork chops are also up 8% nationally. Click here to read more.

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WASHINGTON D.C. - Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Inspector General (IG) are sounding the alarm over poor vetting procedures for President Joe Biden’s mass resettlement of Afghans, some deemed a “national security concern,” across the United States.

Grassley, in letters to DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Director Christopher Wray, asked the agencies to make public the number of Afghans — brought to the U.S. by the Biden administration in 2021 — who were not properly vetted and who may pose a national security threat. Click here to read more.

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ST. LOUIS, MO - Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey filed a lawsuit on Wednesday against the state of New York, alleging that the state is engaged in election interference through its prosecution of former President Donald Trump.

The suit alleges three specific violations against New York, including interference with the presidential election in other states, interference with voters’ First Amendment rights in other states, and violation of a federal case that prohibits courts from sowing voter confusion or changing election rules. Bailey is calling on the Supreme Court to step in and rule that New York’s restrictions on Trump’s ability to campaign interfered with the election.

The suit specifically alleges that “New York’s actions impose a sovereign harm to the ability of Missouri’s 10 electors to exercise their federal authority,” with Bailey telling The Daily Wire that it is“intended to protect Missourians’ sovereign interest in participating in a national presidential election on equal footing with other states.” Click here to read more.

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NEW YORK — The accused drunken driver who killed NYPD Officer Emilia Rennhack and three others at a Long Island nail salon should “rot in hell,” the officer’s mother-in-law told the Daily News.

“He was drunk midafternoon, 64 years old, drunk and I hope he rots in hell,” said Holly Rennhack, whose NYPD detective son was married to Rennhack. “He took four people’s lives away. He’s destroyed four families, and there’s many people injured. He’s just ruined so many lives.”

Rennhack, who was off-duty, was getting her nails done for an upcoming wedding when Steven Schwally plowed his 2020 Chevy Traverse through the front window of the salon about 4:30 p.m. on Friday, Suffolk County police said.

Two other women, Yan Xu, 41, and Meizi Zhang, 50, both from Flushing, Queens, and a man, Jiancai Chen, 37, of Bayside, Queens, died in the crash. Nine more people, including a 12-year-old girl, also suffered injuries. Click here to read more.

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LANSING, Mich - Michigan has sanctioned a speech-language pathologist for not completing implicit bias training, as required by a 2020 directive from Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.

Michiganders licensed by the state across 26 occupations must complete implicit bias training to renew a professional license.

New applicants must complete two hours of implicit bias training within the previous five years. Renewing licensees or registrants must complete one hour of implicit bias training for each year of their license cycle.

The Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs fined a speech-language pathologist $1,500 for not completing the continuing education requirement or the implicit bias training, according to an internal document Do No Harm, an organization that opposes diversity, equity, and inclusion programs, sent CapCon. Do No Harm obtained the Oct. 19, 2023, affidavit of a state compliance officer, as well as other documents, through a Freedom of Information Act request. The therapist was placed on probation on the condition of completing the required number of hours as well as implicit bias training. Failure to pay the fine and comply with the training requirement will result in the state terminating the person’s professional license. Click here to read more.

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LANSING, MICH - Dozens of legal Michigan voters last week filed a state Supreme Court lawsuit against Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, Attorney General Dana Nessel, and state election officials, aiming to overturn recent election law changes.

The lawsuit centers on “unlawful guidance for elections” issued by Benson since she took office, and Proposal 2 approved by voters in 2022 that Michigan Supreme Court justices ordered to appear on the ballot.

“Petitioners have reason to believe (Proposal 2) resulted in a number of unconstitutional revisions to the Michigan Constitution, and subsequent new election laws, making it impossible for the State of Michigan to guarantee all legally eligible Michigan voters a free, fair, lawful, secure, and transparent election process in the 2024 elections,” the lawsuit reads.

The group of 130 voters points to seven separate court rulings that have found Benson’s election guidance unlawful. Those court rulings, however, resulted in zero consequences for Benson’s failures. Click here to read more.

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WASHINGTON D.C. - Nearly half of student loan borrowers have not made repayments since billing resumed last year, according to The New York Times.

Student loan repayments were put on a three-year pause during the pandemic, allowing borrowers to put their payments on hold until billing resumed in 2023, according to the Federal Student Aid website. There were nearly 19 million borrowers who were not making monthly payments at the end of March, six months after the end of the pause, accordingto the NYT. Some borrowers say they cannot afford to make payments and others stated they are caught up in “bureaucratic snafus,” while others are benefiting from an “on-ramp” transition period that extends through September, the NYT reported. During this time, borrowers who make late payments will not be reported on as delinquent. Click here to read more.

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BARRON COUNTY, MN - The Barron County sheriff reports a 71-year-old grandfather drowned over the weekend in Mikana, Wisconsin, after helping a grandchild who was struggling in the water.

Family has identified the victim as Larry Quillen of Mikana.

“He was always very giving,” said sister-in-law Mary Tuttle. “Absolutely a hero.”

Larry Quillen was fishing and swimming with the grandkids Saturday afternoon near the dam; both kids were wearing life jackets on the river, according to the family.

“Unfortunately, one of them slipped and started to drown, and Larry went right in to get him. He got them out,” Tuttle said. The family is trying to understand what happened to Larry Quillen next.

The Barron County Sheriff’s Office said for an unknown reason, the grandfather went under and drowned.

Family was very important to Larry Quillen, according to his loved ones. They called him their “Papa Bear.”

“He was my rock. He took such good care of me. I loved him so much, I don’t know what I’m going to do without him,” said Carol Quillen, Larry’s wife. “He was always thoughtful; he was always helping someone.” Click here to read more.

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WASHINGTON D.C. - On the menu today: Now it can be told that plenty of people close to President Joe Biden have seen “a marked incidence of cognitive decline” in the past six months, that “an awful lot of major Democrats” have seen it but have publicly insisted that Biden is fine, and that Biden’s senior officials “curate the information being presented [to Biden] in an effort to avoid provoking a negative reaction.” Last week, I wrote that Joe Biden is overdue to move to a retirement home. Now we learn that the White House is effectively operating like a retirement home — “Don’t tell Grandpa the bad news, it will only get him agitated.” It is more than fair to ask who’s really running the country if Biden has become so mentally, emotionally, and physically fragile that he can’t handle being told bad news. And yet for Democrats, the objective between now and Election Day is to figure out how to get you to forget what you’ve seen and heard over the past four days or so. Click here to read more.

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