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🚨 Borderline – January 24 2024


Happy Wednesday.

Two fans are suing Madonna for a concert performance where she began the show two hours late. The case could set a precedence and hold performers responsible for events. I’m for it. Making fans wait two hours is rude.

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In Case You Missed It. 

🤦🏻‍♂️ H&M removed an ad in Australia featuring school girls with the caption “Make those heads turn” after people quite rightly pointed out that a schoolgirl outfit should not be the subject of desire. The company apologized.

✈️ Russia says a plane with 65 Ukrainian POWs crashed near the border with Ukraine early this morning. The aircraft was carrying prisoners for an exchange with Ukraine. Nine Russian crew members also died. There is no word yet on what caused the crash.

🇹🇷 Turkey has approved Sweden’s bid to join NATO. Hungary is still holding out but the Swedish Foreign Minister declined an invitation to meet by Hungarian Prime Minister Victor Orban.

🇺🇸 The Texas National Guard has erected more barriers along the southern border, despite a Supreme Court ruling that would allow the federal government to remove them.

📺 Netflix announced a $5 billion deal to stream the World Wrestling Entertainment’s “Raw” programming for the next decade.

🗳️ The left-leaning media in the U.S. once again chose to censor President Trump’s victory speech in New Hampshire.

📲 A proposed anti-porn bill in Oklahoma would ban all sexting outside of marriage.

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Lead: Nikki Haley Gets More Confident With Each Loss

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Nikki Haley says that she will keep running for president, despite a loss in New Hampshire on Tuesday.

“This race is far from over; there are dozens of states left to go,” she said. You gotta hand it to her; she does not look dispirited at all. Perhaps because she did not lose by as much as she’d been predicted to lose. She had approximately 43% of the vote to Trump’s 54%, although many of her voters were not registered Republicans.

President Biden has said that it seems fairly clear that he will face the former president in the final election. He too won the primary vote in New Hampshire even though he was not on the ballot and voters had to write in his name.

The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board encouraged Haley to keep going because President Trump is old and you never know what could happen with his age and legal battles. They don’t make the same argument for a Biden competitor, despite the fact that he is older than Trump and faces impeachment. Strange, right?

Russia Pounds Ukraine’s Military Infrastructure

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Russia claimed responsibility for missile strikes on Kiev and Kharkov on Tuesday and says that the strikes were targeting military locations, “particularly sites producing rockets and other munitions. Ukraine claimed that civilian had been injured in the attacks and that the missiles hit residential buildings.

Russia denied this, saying that they “do not target social infrastructure, residential areas or civilians, unlike the Kiev regime.” Ukraine did attack a civilian market on Sunday, killing at least 27 people. The United Nations condemned that attack but did not mention Ukraine specifically. So they condemned no one.

A spokesperson for Ukraine’s military said that Tuesday’s attacks killed one person but it is not clear if it was a civilian. The mayor of Kharkiv said that residential buildings were damaged.

“At the moment, as a result of the Russian terrorist attack on Kharkiv, 30 residential buildings were damaged. About a thousand windows were broken and it is  -7C outside,” according to Mayor Terekhov.

The Wall Street Journal reports today that Ukraine needs 155mm shells to keep up its fight but now has to compete with Israel for this and the U.S. is struggling to keep up. NATO signed a $1.2 billion deal to purchase these weapons on Tuesday. NATO is funded through its member states so even if your country isn’t directly sending more aid to Ukraine, your tax dollars still are.

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Justin Trudeau Violated the Canadian Constitution

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A federal judge in Canada ruled that the Trudeau government was wrong to evoke the Emergencies Act in 2022 to clear the trucker convoy. The court ruled that the government was unreasonable and infringed on the protestors’ rights.

The judge ruled that the government’s act was ultra vires, a Latin term used to mean that it was beyond the scope of the law.

Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland responded to the ruling. She says that the government intends to appeal because “we do not agree with this decision.”

“I would just like to take a moment to remind Canadians of how serious the situation was in our country when we took that decision. The public safety of Canadians was under threat, our national security, which includes our national economic security, was under threat,” she said.

That’s a lie. The government knew at the time that the Covid vaccine was not preventing the spread of Covid, therefore there was no rationale for a vaccine mandate, much less a reason to impose it on a working population that had been driving alone in trucks for the entirety of the pandemic. They infringed on Canadians’ rights to protest this mandate.

Last year, a government inquiry ruled that the emergency declaration was just fine but what else would you expect from a government inquiry of itself. This court ruling is a much bigger deal.

What’s Trending?

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The Oscars are trending because the nominations came out on Tuesday. Both Barbie and Oppenheimer made the Best Picture list. Fans of Barbie are sad that Barbie herself, Margo Robbie, wasn’t nominated.

Charles Osgood is trending because he died at the age of 91 on Tuesday. He was a veteran newsman, perhaps best known for the long-running radio show called “The Osgood File.”

Doomsday Clock is trending because scientists who run the countdown to nuclear Armageddon have kept the clock as is this year instead of advancing it forward.

News By The Numbers

$4,995. That is how much the rocket-shaped purse cost that Lauren Sanchez brought to host Jeff Bezos’ 60th birthday party. She also wore a Swarovski crystal dress that took 800 hours to make.

65. That is how many Stanley Cups one woman in California was arrested for stealing. That is a value of at least $2,500. “While Stanley Quenchers are all the rage, we strongly advise against turning to crime to fulfill your hydration habits,” police said.

1,907 feet. That is the height of a new planned building in Oklahoma City. It will be the tallest building in the U.S. once it is completed. It was slated to be the second-tallest but developers are adding on because, why aim for second place?

70%. That is how many New Hampshire voters who voted for Nikki Haley in the primary race on Tuesday were not Republicans, according to CNN.

Now They’re Worried About “Vaccine Hesitancy”

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The British Medical Journal published a study calling for “behavior interventions” to reduce vaccine hesitancy.

First, it is worth noting that the medical community never studies the cumulative effect of vaccines. There is no study about which vaccines are safe to be taken together, the age at which vaccination should occur, how many vaccines can be safely taken at once, and whether there are contraindicated effects of taking vaccines in combination. Nor are there studies about the long-term effects of vaccine schedules. The medical community won’t study it. But they WILL study public attitudes about vaccines? That’s funny, right?

Not surprisingly, the study calls for social media interventions to – you guessed it – misinformation. It calls for “behavioral interventions” such as “mandatory vaccination and regulation for healthcare professionals, incentives, public health communication campaigns, and engaging trusted leaders.”

It does not call for the medical community to do actual clinical trials or transparent research in order to earn the public trust. That would be ridiculous, right?

This newsletter is written and researched by Natali Morris.
Please feel free to reach Natali at [email protected]
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