"Truth above all, though the heavens may fall!" -- Michael Rivero

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UAW President Shawn Fain announced 38 new sites across the country that will be struck at noon Friday as an expansion against the union's one-week-old action against Detroit Three automakers.

Fain said the union has made good progress with Ford Motor Co. this week, but General Motors and Stellantis "will need some pushing."

From a city manager who blocked critics on Facebook to claims that the White House sought to have posts taken down, the Supreme Court's upcoming term could be a viral one for social media.

WASHINGTON – Looking back on it, Philip Cohen takes a measure of pride in the fact that he was blocked by the former president of the United States.

But in that moment in 2017, when Cohen pulled up Donald Trump's feed on what was then known as Twitter and realized what happened, he didn't feel smu

  • Texas and OU faced the prospect of losing two years' worth of payouts from the Big 12, according to the conference bylaws. That's not what happened.
  • Colorado received a $2.5 million signing bonus from the Big 12 in July.
  • ESPN has agreed to make payments that will be directed to Texas and Oklahoma.
Federal Judge Blocks Biden Admins Attempt to Scale Back Oil, Gas Drilling In Gulf of Mexico MikeRivero Fri, 09/22/2023 - 16:30

The Biden administration has lost another green energy agenda battle after a federal judge blocked the president’s effort to restrict oil and gas drilling in the Gulf of Mexico.

Late Thursday evening, U.S. District Judge James Cain of the Western District of Louisiana issued a preliminary injunction after the administration’s last-minute attempt to halt an upcoming offshore oil and gas lease sale in the Gulf, Fox News Digital reported.

Zero Students Test Proficient in State Math Exams at 13 Baltimore High Schools MikeRivero Fri, 09/22/2023 - 16:13

Zero students were proficient in math at 13 Baltimore city high schools in Maryland, according to state math exams.

Jason Rodriguez, deputy director of the Baltimore-based non-profit People Empowered by the Struggle, said that the findings were akin to “educational homicide.”

“There is no excuse,” he told Fox Baltimore. “We have a system that’s just running rogue, and it starts at the top.”

A new report claims that Bob Iger, CEO of the woke Walt Disney Company, does not see the culture war issues that have increasingly been consuming the country as healthy for the company’s business, and their bottom line, and he wants to  “quiet the noise.”