We The People

We The People

Sunday, February 25, 2024

What we should asking ourselves mysterious cellular outage | Blaze Media

What we should asking ourselves mysterious cellular outage | Blaze Media

Many Americans across the country woke up on Thursday morning without cell service — but there’s still no explanation for what caused the outage.

The most affected were AT&T customers with 50,000 outages officially reported at 7 a.m. EST, but some Verizon and T-Mobile customers were affected as well.

NYC Council Calls for Investigation into Plan to Hand Illegals $10K Pre-Paid Debit Cards

NYC Council Calls for Investigation into Plan to Hand Illegals $10K Pre-Paid Debit Cards

As the blowback continues over Democrat Mayor Eric Adams’ plan to give illegal border crossers in city shelters pre-paid debit cards, ostensibly to use to buy food, members of the city council have asked for an investigation into the scheme.

Adams proposed his new policy early in February, and insisted the program that would allow illegals to feed themselves would save the city millions of dollars in often wasted food-service costs.

Report: Attacks on Churches Increased 800% in 6 Years

Report: Attacks on Churches Increased 800% in 6 Years

Attacks on churches have increased nearly 800 percent in less than six years, indicating that “hostility against U.S. churches is not only on the rise but also accelerating,” a Family Research Council (FRC) report found.

Hawley urges blocking Capital One acquisition of Discover | Blaze Media

Hawley urges blocking Capital One acquisition of Discover | Blaze Media

Republican Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri has urged Jonathan Kanter, assistant attorney general for the Justice Department's Antitrust Division, to seek to put the kibosh on the planned acquisition of Discover by Capital One. "This is destructive corporate consolidation at its starkest. If consummated, this merger will create a new juggernaut in the credit card market, with unprecedented powers to extort American consumers," Hawley declared in a letter to Kanter.

Saturday, February 24, 2024

CBS News allegedly seized Catherine Herridge's files, records after suddenly terminating her employment: Report | Blaze Media

CBS News allegedly seized Catherine Herridge's files, records after suddenly terminating her employment: Report | Blaze Media

CBS News is facing accusations that it seized computers, files, and records — "including information on privileged sources" — that belong to reporter Catherine Herridge.

Last week, CBS News terminated Herridge's employment as part of a layoff impacting fewer than two dozen employees at CBS News. Her surprise termination sent shockwaves through Washington because Herridge is a respected, award-winning journalist with a storied career. She is seen as a bastion of "old school" journalism, covering major topics the legacy media often ignores.

Biden Oversees 7.2M Illegals at Border, Equal to 2 Years of U.S. Births

Biden Oversees 7.2M Illegals at Border, Equal to 2 Years of U.S. Births

President Joe Biden has overseen a record-breaking level of illegal immigration at the United States-Mexico border — a large portion of which is being released directly into American towns and cities.

From February 2021 through January 2024, Department of Homeland Security (DHS) data shows that more than 7.2 million illegal aliens have arrived at the nation’s porous southern border.

Appeals Court Upholds Ruling Striking Down NYC Voting Rights for Foreigners

Appeals Court Upholds Ruling Striking Down NYC Voting Rights for Foreigners

A New York appeals court upheld a prior ruling that struck down a New York City law giving local voting rights to nearly a million foreign nationals. As Breitbart News chronicled, Democrats on the 51-member New York City Council approved a plan in January 2022 that gave more than 800,000 foreign nationals with green cards, visas, and work permits the opportunity to vote in citywide elections so long as they have resided in the city for at least 30 consecutive days.