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Hawley says GOP missed opportunity to say 'we are for workers' with rail strike vote

On December 2, 2022

Sen. Josh Hawley was among six Republicans who votRead more

Sen. Josh Hawley was one of six GOP senators who supported mandating seven extra days of paid sick leave for rail workers Thursday, in a vote he said was a litmus test for a party he wants to move in a more populist direction. 

"It really clarifies the stakes for the Republican Party," Hawley, R-Mo., said in an interview with Fox News Digital after the vote. "This is a great example, a great opportunity, for Republicans to say we are for workers over and against all of these other people. And sadly, we didn't take it."

However, Hawley voted to reject the fuller measure to avert the strike – which could have wreaked havoc on the U.S. economy just before Christmas. 

As the potential rail strike loomed, the Senate Thursday took up a House-passed bill which would avert a strike by mandating a contract agreement that was negotiated in September go into effect. That agreement would have granted workers three unpaid sick days as long as employees were provided at least 30 days' notice before the time was taken. 


However, some transportation unions since have said the deal was unfair and threatened a strike. House lawmakers also passed a measure to tack extra sick days onto the contract agreement, and the Senate Thursday voted on that as an amendment to the underlying bill to avert the strike. 

Hawley and Sens. Mike Braun, R-Ind., Ted Cruz, R-Texas, Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., John Kennedy, R-La., and Marco Rubio, R-Fla., joined almost all Democrats in voting for the sick time for workers. However, with the threshold for that amendment to pass set at 60 votes, the measure failed ahead of a vote on the underlying bill, which passed overwhelmingly. 

"These are working class independent voters, many of them Republican voters, I mean in my state there's over 3,000 of these railroad workers," Hawley said. "These are people who live very conservative lives, and they just want to have a chance to earn a good living."


"Are you for working people or not?" Hawley said. "My feeling is that if the Republican Party is going to be a majority party in this country, we have to be for working people."

Many lawmakers who opposed adding the paid sick leave said they were concerned about whether it was Congress' role to step into labor disputes like this one. 

"While I am sympathetic to the concerns union members have raised, I do not believe it is the role of Congress to renegotiate a collective bargaining agreement that has already been negotiated," Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., who was the only Democrat to vote against the paid sick leave, said.

"I am very glad that the two sides got together to avoid a shutdown which would have been devastating for the American people, for the American economy, and so many workers across the country." Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., said.

When asked if he sees any movement from the upper echelons of Congressional leadership moving towards the GOP becoming the working-people party he advocates for, Hawley said, "No." 

"At lunch yesterday… I just made the point that if we're going to ask independent working class people to vote for us… we've actually got to do something that is good for them," Hawley said. "We ought to be the party that is for that, and we shouldn't be the party that is defending the suits and defending the multinational corporations and defending the C-suite."

Jimmy Fallon recalls how Dolly Parton phone call freaked out Uber driver: 'Stay on the road, buddy'

On December 2, 2022

Late-night television host Jimmy Fallon recalled hRead more

Dolly Parton and Jimmy Fallon recalled a light-hearted moment when the late-night host's Uber driver became completely starstruck during his visit to Tennessee.

During the summer, Fallon had traveled to Dollywood, a theme park co-owned by the country music star in the Knoxville area, to film his appearance in the "Dolly Parton Mountain Magic Christmas" special. 

Fallon decided to also visit Parton's hometown of Sevierville but had forgotten to book a driver in advance, so he connected with an Uber driver named Chad. When the pair met the driver told Fallon he needed a moment to collect himself. 

"I get in the car, and he goes, 'I didn't know it was you, and I've never met a celebrity. This is just bizarre for me, so just give me a second,'" Fallon said during an episode of "The Tonight Show."


However, when Parton called Fallon on the phone to welcome him to Tennessee, Chad became completely overwhelmed. 

"Chad, stay on the road, buddy," Fallon recalled before the driver responded, "Was that Dolly Parton on the phone? This is the greatest drive of my life!"

During Fallon's summer trip, the two celebrities filmed a musical performance that will be featured in Parton's special called "Almost Too Early for Christmas."


The two stars are recreated in the music video through an animated cartoon version of themselves, where they bid farewell to fall by wearing Christmas sweaters.

The special was streamed on Peacock on Thursday and also featured appearances from other celebrities, including Jimmie Allen, Billy Ray Cyrus, Miley Cyrus and Willie Nelson. 

Illinois lawmakers tweak sweeping crime bill, target cash bail

On December 2, 2022

Democrats in the Illinois have greenlit followup cRead more

Democrats who control the Illinois General Assembly approved followup clarifications of their watershed criminal justice overhaul Thursday, appeasing critics by adding numerous offenses to a list of crimes that qualify a defendant to remain jailed while awaiting trial.

Senate action followed by the House came on the final day of the Legislature's fall session and exactly one month before the Jan. 1 effective date of the so-called SAFE-T Act. The act notably changes one fundamental tenet of state jurisprudence by eliminating the posting of a cash bond — a practice long used to ensure the accused appears at trial, but which critics says penalizes the poor.

The goal of the proposal, which still awaits the expected signature of a supportive Democratic Gov. J.B. Pritzker, is to detain dangerous people while they await trial while not locking up those who pose no threat but sit in jail simply because they can't afford bail, according to proponents.


In the Senate, sponsoring Sen. Robert Peters, a Chicago Democrat, recalled that Atticus Finch, the color-blind defense attorney in the novel "To Kill a Mockingbird," said that courage is knowing "you're licked before you begin ... but you see it through."

"We're seeing it through no matter what," Peters said. "Illinois on Jan. 1, 2023, will make history — civil rights history."

Democrats easily put up the 3/5th majority vote required by the Constitution to make the plan effective immediately while Republicans could only mock them for having to return repeatedly to make corrections or clarifications.

Emerging after the Minneapolis police beating death of George Floyd in May 2020, the SAFE-T Act sets rigorous new training standards for law enforcement, spells out rules for police use of force in immobilizing troublesome suspects, requires body cameras on all police by 2025 and more.

Much of Thursday's focus was on sweeping cash bail out the door, following a handful of states that prohibit or restrict it, including California, New Jersey, Nebraska, Indiana and New York.

"The General Assembly has upheld the principles we fought to protect, including bringing an end to a system where those charged with violent offenses can buy their way out of jail, while others who are poor and charged with nonviolent offenses wait in jail for trial," Pritzker said in a statement.

But while Republicans agreed that adding crimes to what the law calls the "detention net" greatly improved matters, they remain worried about the risks of potentially releasing dangerous criminals. They also expressed concern about the short timeline for judges and prosecutors to prepare for the changes, and what they see as as the flight into retirement of law enforcement officers over objectionable parts of the act.

Sen. Steve McClure, a Springfield Republican and former prosecutor, acknowledged the improvements made by Peters and Democratic co-sponsors Sen. Elgie Sims of Chicago and Scott Bennett of Champaign. Among the changes, the clarifying legislation expands the detention net to include forcible felonies and those not eligible for probation, along with those accused of hate crimes and other serious offenses.

But like much of the debate since the SAFE-T Act was approved in the wee hours' finish of a lame-duck session in January 2021, Thursday's debate was largely over semantics — for instance, burglary.

Republicans said burglary should be included in the detention net, Democrats claimed it already is. During floor debate, Peters pointed out the page and line number, which includes "burglary where there is use of force against another person," a redefinition of burglary, noted McClure.

"That’s robbery," McClure replied. "If you go into somebody’s unattached garage, or a business or into somebody’s car, those are all regular burglaries where you’re not threatening the use of force on somebody else."


Those suspected of such burglaries, when set free, have little reason not to commit another such offense, he said.

Republicans pounced on the repeated changes to the law despite Democrats' claims that it was solid. Peters' legislation marks the third so-called "trailer bill" designed to clean up misunderstandings in the past two years.

In the House, Rep. Deanne Mazzochi, a Republican from the Chicago suburb of Elmhurst, took a shot at Chicago Democratic Rep. Justin Slaughter, who during debate in April on the plan he sponsored, complained of "the stench of racism coming from that side of the aisle," identifying Republicans.

"We did object to taking bad utopian legislation that historically has never worked and saying that somehow our practical, common sense objections to legislative language that we knew was going to create problems ... were based on racism was offensive," Mazzochi said.

Another change sets up a timeline after New Year's so that those incarcerated this month may request hearings to be eligible for the new process and perhaps be released. Priority is to be given to low-level nonviolent offenders.

Warnock supporters divided on whether Biden should seek a second term in 2024: 'Time for someone new'

On December 2, 2022

President Biden is making early moves towards launRead more

Thanks in part to a better than expected performance by the Democrats in the midterm elections, President Biden is facing fewer questions about his political future as he begins to build up towards a likely 2024 re-election campaign launch. 

As behind the scenes early moves by Biden political aides continue, the president is taking a 2022 victory lap with stops in key battleground states across the country.

While Biden has yet to make any formal declarations, he has repeatedly said he intends to seek a second term in the White House.

 "I have not made that formal decision, but it’s my intention. My intention to run again. And we have time to make that decision," the president said in October in an interview on MSNBC.


Additionally, in a news conference the day after the November election, the president reiterated his decision would likely come "early next year."

"I think everybody wants me to run, but we’re going to have discussions about it," he said. "I hope Jill and I get a little time to sneak away for a week between Thanksgiving and Christmas, and my guess is it will be early next year when we make that judgment."


While support among Democrats for the president to run for re-election in 2024 has risen in recent weeks through public opinion polling, the sentiment is far from universal.

Fox News spoke with over a dozen Democrats as they arrived on Thursday at a rally for Sen. Raphael Warnock headlined by former President Obama in Atlanta with just five days to go until the Senate runoff election in the key southeastern battleground state.

While plenty of people arriving at the event said they would like to see Biden run for re-election, there were also calls for a fresh face to replace the now 80-year-old president as the party’s standard-bearer in 2024.

"I think it’s time for someone new,"said Amanda, who lives in Atlanta. "I think he’s doing a great job, but I think there’s someone out there who can speak for everyone and not just like a certain group of Democrats."

Arlene and Herbert, who drove into Atlanta from nearby Gwinnett County, were not on the same page.

"He’s kind of getting up there in age, but it still seems like he’s with it for somebody his age. I would like to see somebody younger, but if he can do it, let him run," Arlene said.

However, Herbert quickly offered that "if he runs I’ll vote for him."

Aiden, a college student at Emory University in Atlanta, said that "maybe having an 82-year-old in office may not be the best idea. We’ll see what happens."

He added that "as long as there’s a Democrat in the office, I’ll be OK."

Shelena, who lives in nearby Decatur, Georgia has not made up her mind.

"I haven’t quite made my decision on that. We still have some time on that," she said. "We’ve still got two more years to go."

Fox News' Aubrie Spady contributed to this report

Coal-fired power plant in New Jersey to be imploded, owners expected to announce clean energy venture

On December 2, 2022

Starwood Energy is set to demolish the former LogaRead more

A former coal-fired power plant in New Jersey will be imploded Friday, and its owners are expected to announce plans for a new clean energy venture on the site.

Starwood Energy will demolish the former Logan Generating Plant, with the head of New Jersey's Board of Public Utilities pushing the button that triggers explosives used in bringing the structure down.

Logan is one of two former coal-fired power plants that the company agreed in March to shut down. They were the last two coal-fired power plants operating in the state.


Environmental and public interest groups including the Sierra Club pushed Atlantic City Electric to end an agreement that locked rate-payers into what the Sierra Club termed above-market electricity rates, and to end the operation of the plants.

"The implosion will end a decades-long history of polluting air and worsening public health in the Swedesboro and surrounding Gloucester County communities," the Sierra Club said in a statement.


The utility estimates that termination of the agreement will save ratepayers $30 million through 2024.

The other power plant shuttered under the agreement is the former Chambers Cogeneration Plant in Carneys Point.

The move comes as New Jersey is moving aggressively to adopt clean energy, including its push to be the East Coast leader in offshore wind energy.

KS cops who shot, killed man at father's home will not be indicted

On December 2, 2022

Three Lawrence, Kansas, police officers will not fRead more

Three Lawrence police officers who shot and killed a man in October will not face charges because their actions were legally justified, Douglas County District Attorney Suzanne Valdez announced Thursday.

The officers shot Michael Scott Blanck, 43, at his father's home on Oct. 2 after he pointed a gun at them, according to a Kansas Bureau of Investigation report.


Officers responded to Blanck's father's home after receiving a call that Blanck was inside after breaking a window. At the time, Blanck was under bond restrictions from two pending criminal cases to stay away from his family, according to Valdez's report.

Valdez said officers had been called to the home several times in the days before the shooting by family members worried about Blanck's mental health.


When Blanck came outside, he pointed a handgun at the officers, who opened fire, striking him several times, according to Kansas Bureau of Investigation report.

Blanck was awaiting sentencing on Oct. 28 for a previous conviction of aggravated battery and felony obstruction, according to court records. He also faced a charge of violating a protection order.

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Video shows massive New Jersey fire destroying Salvation Army store

On December 2, 2022

A massive fire, caught on video, has rendered a SaRead more

The Salvation Army says a massive fire caught on video has destroyed its location in Union City, New Jersey, dealing a "huge blow" to the charitable organization during one of its "busiest seasons." 

The blaze erupted around 6:30 p.m. Thursday night at a 10,000-square-foot store that Salvation Army says has been part of the New York City-area community for more than 30 years. 

"The building and its contents appear to be a total loss," the organization said Friday morning in a statement obtained by Fox News Digital.

"As of this morning, we understand there are no reported injuries," it added. "The Union City Fire Department is investigating the cause of the fire and will provide more details as they become available." 


Video taken from a bystander on-scene shows flames raging as firefighters tried to get the blaze under control. 


"We are deeply saddened by the loss of our store and the merchandise within," Lt.-Colonel James Betts, the Commander of The Salvation Army USA Eastern Territory Adult Rehabilitation Centers, said in a statement. "Our Union City store is an important source of funding for our Adult Rehabilitation Center in Newark.

"Men who have lost everything to alcohol, drugs, homelessness, and other challenges come to the Center to find hope and support to recover from these issues so they can re-enter society and reunite with their families," he added. "The loss of the Union City Thrift Store is a huge blow to The Salvation Army during one of our busiest seasons." 

The Salvation Army says, "Donations of clothing, shoes, and other household items can still be made at other New Jersey stores, including the main store and warehouse on Pennington Street in Newark." 

Georgia early voting hits new record in Senate runoff

On December 2, 2022

Georgia officials announced Friday that the stateRead more

Early voting in Georgia's runoff election is breaking records, with more absentee ballots returned and voted than in any midterm runoff ever. 

Gabriel Sterling, the Georgia secretary of state's chief operating officer, tweeted Friday morning that the count was at 116,362. 

"That's about 8% of turnout so far. And, they can still be returned up to 7 p.m. on election day at the County Elections HQ," he said. 

Sterling also said in a Friday tweet that "I imagine we've already eclipsed 2018 voting."


On Thursday night, he said the state had seen 293,795 voters that day, meaning it would "likely break 1.8 million before the Tuesday election." 

"To put that in perspective, the last midterm runoff had less than 1.5 million votes total in the four-week runoff in 2018," Sterling added.

More than a quarter million voters turned out on Monday for the race.

About 7 million people are listed as active voters in Georgia, according to Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger's Georgia Active Voters Report.

Early voting concludes on Friday and election day is set for Dec. 6.


The contest, which The Wall Street Journal notes is one of the most expensive in congressional history, could help raise the Democrats' Senate majority by one, should Warnock best Republican challenger Herschel Walker.

The candidates have garnered support from some of their parties' heaviest hitters. 

Former President Obama stumped for Warnock in Atlanta on Thursday – his second trip to the Peach State in just over a month.

President Biden is poised to support Warnock from afar, with appearances in Boston.

Walker, who has campaigned with Sens. Ted Cruz and Lindsey Graham, said earlier this week that he believes the record turnout looks "good" for his bid. 

"I think the people that are coming out from what I hear and see, it's going to be a good thing for us," he told Fox News.

Former President Trump will hold a tele-rally with Walker ahead Tuesday's runoff, Republican sources confirmed to Fox News. However, the former president will not travel to the Peach State to hold an in-person rally with Walker.

Fox News' Danielle Wallace, Paul Steinhauser and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Idaho murders: Conflicting statements about 'targeted' attack could hurt investigation, experts say

On December 2, 2022

Legal experts say Idaho officials' conflicting remRead more

Idaho officials should not publicly theorize about the baffling murders of four University of Idaho students if they want to avoid compromising their probe, legal experts say.

Former Manhattan prosecutor Joan Illuzzi-Orbon told Fox News Digital that "the pressure to provide a frightened community with answers can’t compromise an investigation that must be open to all possibilities."

"Law enforcement officials must resist the urge to theorize publicly, which is difficult," said Illuzzi-Orbon, who famously won a conviction against Harvey Weinstein. 

"However, by putting out theories so early, they could miss information and evidence that comes from a different direction. Prosecutors are taught that we go where the evidence and facts lead, not speculation," she said. 


Latah County prosecutor Bill Thompson told KTVB on Wednesday that "investigators believe that this attack was intended for a specific person." 

Hours later, in what appeared to be a surprising reversal from earlier assertions, the Moscow Police Department said they have not officially deemed the murders a "targeted" crime.


"Detectives do not currently know if the residence or any occupants were specifically targeted but continue to investigate," the agency said Wednesday, noting that there had been a miscommunication with the prosecutors' office.

On Thursday, Moscow police appeared to make another U-turn in a statement to Fox News. 

"We remain consistent in our belief that this was indeed a targeted attack but have not concluded if the target was the residence or its occupants," police said.


Joseph Giacalone, retired New York Police Department Sgt. and adjunct professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, said Thompson should be more careful in his public statements.

"I’m hoping at this point, after hearing what’s going on, the state attorney takes this case over," he added. 

"You don’t get a second chance to do it right. If you’re going to talk to the media, you better have all your facts 100%. At this point, I’m fully convinced that they don’t have a clue," he said.


Florida criminal defense attorney and former prosecutor Mark Shiner said these speculative public statements from Idaho officials are "not a smart thing to do."

"There’s so much press around this small town, they don’t know what to do. They don’t have the experience," Shiner added.

Inaccurate or retracted statements in the early stages of the investigation could come back to haunt investigators at trial, he said.

The defense could use the inconsistencies to impeach the credibility of government witnesses.

Investigators have yet to announce any suspects in the stabbing deaths of students and friends Ethan Chapin, 20, Xana Kernodle, 20, Kaylee Goncalves, 21, and Madison Mogen, 21.

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No Job? No Skills? No Money? No Problem! Welcome to Amerika

No Job? No Skills? No Money? No Problem! Welcome to Amerika

“America First” is the answer to restore our national, economic and immigration security. We need to recognize the political prospering and businesses’ profiteering off illegal aliens for what it is – – a drain on America, a diluting of our freedoms and security, a diminishing destruction of our future.

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Biden’s Mission to Disarm and Destroy America

Biden’s Mission to Disarm and Destroy America

The most important point to be made is that the current administration must recognize and prepare for the dangerous enemies at hand. We don’t live in a fantasy world where ideological opinions matter – only reality will protect and keep us a free country.

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America’s Nuclear Destruction

America’s Nuclear Destruction

Dr. Pry went on to say, “there is no mutually assured deterrence” when one side is not afraid to kill all and win at all costs – America isn’t on board with that, instead thinking they can deter instead of fight.

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UKRAINE’S Secret Resolve: The People’s Army

UKRAINE’S Secret Resolve: The People’s Army

The resistant resolve of the common man spread throughout the city streets and farm filled landscape of Ukraine’s nation-state should be the educator of passionate commitment; the filter through which we must see and recognize the dedication of an individual’s desire for freedom; the true weapon of peace lying wait in the people’s army of Ukraine.

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Biden’s City Under the Bridge -The invasion of America

Biden’s City Under the Bridge -The invasion of America

"The invasion of America "Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to live free…” This appears to be the battle hymn of the new republic. Open arms, open hearts, open borders, accepting anyone from anywhere, of any background, and with any unknown...

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GIANT Sale…. Get Your Communist Nikes – Part 2

GIANT Sale…. Get Your Communist Nikes – Part 2

Get Your Communist Nikes America’s love affair with great deals and value has a price paid in human lives and misery. The truthful facts are that the savings we see are carried from overseas on the blood of the imprisoned. To stop this, we need increased enforcement...

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GIANT Sale…. Get Your Communist Nikes – Part 1

GIANT Sale…. Get Your Communist Nikes – Part 1

Get Your Communist Nikes America has a love affair. An impassioned affinity for discounts, great deals, and value. Watching the big game on 60” was never so sweet as when it only cost $495, or those name brand sneakers are “reduced in price.” The truthful facts are...

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America 2020 – To God or Not To God – Part 2

America 2020 – To God or Not To God – Part 2

America 2020 – To God or Not To GOD? The basis for the foundation of our society, our governance revealed Our founders had their very solid and strong beliefs and weren’t afraid to express and document them. Benjamin Franklin – Signer of the Declaration of...

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America 2020 – To God or Not To God – Part 1

America 2020 – To God or Not To God – Part 1

To God or Not To God - The destruction of the foundation of our society, our governance In America 2020, our history, our religions, our freedoms are under attack. While the foundation of our country, proclaimed and documented is clear, our roots are losing ground in...

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