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CALIFORNIA: The petition to force a recall election for Governor Newsom has more than enough verified signatures for the process to continue.

The next phase is a 30-business-day period in which voters may submit written requests to county Registrars of Voters to remove their names from the recall petition. At the end of that period, a recall election will be held unless a sufficient number of signatures are withdrawn.”

The valid signatures in the 10th report are 1,626,042, which exceeds the total of 1,495,709 signatures required.

COPS: A CBS News/YouGov poll released on Sunday found that 70 percent of black Americans believe their local police are doing a somewhat good or very good job.

DIVERSITY: Democrats are pressuring the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to prevent a Spanish-language Miami radio station from being sold to a buy who wants to switch it from progressive to conservative content.

EMBOLDENED: “Because the sentence against an evil deed is not promptly executed, the human heart is filled with the desire to commit evil.” – Ecclesiastes 8:11 [NABRE]

CLICK [:27] to see a Black man whack a police detective on the head for no reason at all. He was charged with assault, criminal possession of a weapon, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct. The detective suffered a gash to his head and a whip mark, according to his union.

HOLLYWOOD: CLICK [7:06] to hear Ben Shapiro describe all the ways the Oscars reveals Hollywood’s contempt for America and Americans … including the nominee swag bags that were worth $205,000 EACH.

LEGO MACHINE: [6:29] – Watch a master builder design, build, and demonstrate a domino setting machine.

LIFE: Idaho’s Governor Brad Little signed a new law to protect unborn babies from abortion once their heartbeats are detectable.

Montana’s Governor Greg Gianfort signed three new laws, one to ban abortions as soon as the fetus is capable of feeling pain, one requiring women be given the opportunity to see an ultrasound and listen to the baby’s heartbeat before getting an abortion, and a third prohibiting providing abortion-inducing drugs in schools or on school grounds, as well as requiring informed consent and reporting on use and adverse events for these drugs.

Oklahoma’s Governor Kevin Stitt signed three new laws, one to ban abortions once an unborn baby’s heartbeat is detectable, one requiring that abortions be done by doctors who are certified OB-GYNs, and a third that adds abortions to a list of unprofessional conduct actions by doctors.

The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals shot down a pro-abort challenge to Tennessee’s 2015 law requiring women wait 48 hours between scheduling and proceeding with an abortion.

PAUL ALEXANDER: CLICK [2:52] to hear Democrat media strategist rant about today’s Democratic Party.

CLICK [:32] to see one awesome cat.

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