Legal Insurrection 104 West is the home of Cornell’s Kosher Dining Hall, and is also next to the Center for Jewish Living. Cornell Hillel has posted a warning on Facebook that the dining hall is on lockdown after online threats: These apparently are some of the online threats: There’s more. https://t.co/NgdZX3OOXO pic.twitter.com/AMqWvrlu87…Read More
A large mob in Russia appears to have stormed an airport Sunday in Dagestan, yelling, “Allahu Akbar,” while hunting for Jews after a flight arrived from Tel Aviv.Read More
Matthew Perry, whose portrayal of the character Chandler Bing on “Friends” catapulted him to TV fame even as he struggled privately with addiction, died Saturday at age 54 in an apparent drowning at his Los Angeles home, according to multiple news reports.Read More
Mortgage rates have continued to rise for the seventh straight week, reaching their highest point in over 23 years, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA).
The average 30-year mortgage rate for Americans reached 7.9% on Wednesday, up from 7.7% just one week ago, the highest point since September 2000, according to a press release from the MBA. Mortgage applications sank even further following the high rates, with application volume declining 1% from the previous week when seasonally adjusted, the lowest weekly pace since 1995.Read More
President Joe Biden’s approval rating has dipped below the 40% mark in a recent survey, with even Democrats giving the commander-in-chief lower marks.
Overall, Biden earned a 37% approval rating in the October iteration of the Gallup survey. That figure marked a four-point drop from the same survey in September.Read More
Distrust in corporate media among Americans has soared to a record high, according to polling published by Gallup.
The amount of Americans who trust legacy media “a great deal” or “a fair amount” to cover the news “fully, accurately and fairly” plunged to 32%, tied for the lowest since 2016, according to the poll. The highest ever percentage of Americans — 39%— state they do not trust the media whatsoever, and this figure has consistently risen since 2018.Read More
With regulators worldwide on the defensive for approving mRNA COVID-19 vaccines associated with seizures and heart inflammation in low-risk groups, and confirmed to be contaminated with DNA in large-scale batch production, more science is filling in the gaps left by governments.
Dutch government-funded researchers confirmed the peer-reviewed work of two sets of German counterparts who found repeat vaccination spurs a “class switch” to inferior antibodies that moderate rather than neutralize SARS-CoV-2 infection, in a much larger study awaiting peer review.Read More
There was a time when the Democratic Party maintained a moderately believable facade as the voice of the middle class, claiming to represent the interests of blue-collar families and rural America while condemning Wall Street elitists, but that political dichotomy belongs back in the 2010s.
The modern Democratic Party is now inarguably the party of coastal elitism, censorship, and distain for the working class, with Democrats concentrating themselves into a few extremely wealthy regions with economic and political climates that do not represent the rest of country.Read More
By now, everyone should have noticed how ubiquitous the word “diversity” is, often alongside partner terms such as “equity“ and “inclusion,“ making the acronym “DEI.”
Though “diversity” sounds benign and technically only means varied, different or differentiated, its modern usage appears to mean more. How much more may be the difference between something benign and something malignant.Read More
Another offshore wind company has announced that it is expecting to take considerable losses as the industry continues to struggle, Bloomberg News reported Tuesday.
General Electric anticipates that it will lose $1 billion on its offshore wind operations this year, and that it expects to lose a similar amount next year, GE’s CEO said Tuesday, according to Bloomberg. The announcement is the latest sign of trouble for the offshore wind industry, which has seen other leading companies take substantial losses as supply chain woes, inflation, logistical problems and higher borrowing costs have eaten into profit margins.Read More
NBC News announced Wednesday evening that its own Lester Holt and Kristen Welker will moderate the Republican National Committee’s (RNC’s) third GOP primary debate on Nov. 8 alongside Salem Radio Network’s Hugh Hewitt.
Holt is the anchor of NBC Nightly News, Welker moderates Meet The Press and Hewitt hosts The Hugh Hewitt Show, where he has interviewed various Republican primary candidates. The RNC is requiring 2024 hopefuls to surpass a 70,000 unique donor threshold, with at least 200 per 20 different states or territories, and has also upped its polling criteria for the candidates to make the third debate stage.Read More