Bits & Bytes

DAMAR HAMLIN: The injured Bills player is awake, breathing on his own, and talking. Praise God!

ECONOMY: The December jobs report was the worst one yet in FAUXTUS’ failed presidency, with 63% of workers reporting they live paycheck-to-paycheck – just shy of the historic high of 64% that we hit in March.

IDAHO: The Idaho Supreme Court upheld the state’s Total Abortion Ban, Six-Week Ban, and a civil enforcement measure against abortion, ruling that the state constitution does not implicitly contain a right to abortion, while the state does have a “legitimate interest in protecting prenatal fetal life in all stages of development.”

MILITARY: Congress has forced the DoD to withdraw its COVID-19 vaccine mandate for military service members. Thank God!!

OHIO: CLICK to hear about the success of this state’s approach to school shootings.

SOUTH CAROLINA: On Thursday, the South Carolina Supreme Court struck down the state’s Fetal Heartbeat Act, declaring that the law infringed upon the “right to privacy.” The governor has pledged to fight this. “Our State Supreme Court has found a right in our Constitution which was never intended by the people of South Carolina. With this opinion, the Court has clearly exceeded its authority.” Hmm … kinda like SCOTUS did when it opened the flood gates …

SPEAKER: In the early hours of Saturday morning, Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) was elected Speaker of the House. The last remaining six Republican holdouts agreed to vote “present” on the 15th ballot after McCarthy agreed to a series of concessions, which included placing conservatives on the Rules Committee, capping discretionary spending, and establishing a committee to investigate the weaponization of the FBI and the Justice Department.

VAXXX: Australia is in the middle of yet another wave of the ‘rona. Their stats show that the people least likely to be hospitalized are the unvaxxxed AND that the risk of hospitalization goes up with each jab. Even worse, the more jabs you get, the more likely you are to die.

WHALE WATCHING: [4:16] – Passengers and crew had a once-in-a-lifetime sighting off the coast of Dana Strands Beach in Dana Point, California, when a gray whale gave birth right in front of them! Gray whales prefer to give birth in the warm and protected lagoons of Baja California, Mexico, but some calves just won’t wait and are born during the migration from their feeding grounds in the Bering and Chukchi Seas near Alaska to the mating and birthing lagoons of Baja. Gray whale calves are about 15 feet long when they’re born; adults average between 40 to 50 feet in length.


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