Tucker Carlson accuses Pete Buttigieg of lying about his sexuality

Chasten Buttigieg, husband of Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, criticised Fox News host Tucker Carlson on Friday, after the anchor incorrectly accused the Biden official of never explaining why he kept his sexuality private during the earlier parts of his career. “This kind of rhetoric is easy. It’s so easy to attack people and to go on your talk show and fire people up about something that’s not actually happening,” Chasten Buttigieg told CNN.“I love my husband,” he added. “I know he’s a committed public servant and he has everyone’s best interests at heart. I just think these people, again...
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San Juan County Council briefed on ferry updates

Ahead of the busy, upcoming holiday season, members of San Juan County’s Council met with Washington State officials and representatives from the Washington State Ferries (WSF) to express islanders’ need for reliable ferry service. SJC Councilmembers Jamie Stephens and Cindy Wolf joined Representative Debra Lekanoff, the Washington State...

Potential railroad strike causing concern around the nation

Concerns are mounting as a potential railroad strike could be here as soon a Dec. 9. Multiple railroad unions so far have rejected contract offers over issues like paid sick time and work schedules. If the railroads do go on strike, it could deal a huge economic and supply chain...
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Biden pressured Canada to end Freedom Convoy protests, just days before protesters’ bank accounts were frozen

If you're tired of censorship, cancel culture, and the erosion of privacy and civil liberties subscribe to Reclaim The Net. During the ongoing public inquiry into the Canadian government’s decision to use the Emergencies Act to blacklist and freeze the accounts of civil liberties protesters, it was revealed that top officials in the Biden administration, including US President Biden himself, asked officials in the Canadian government to put an end to the Freedom Convoy protests.

We need more innovative transportation programs like this one

Three years ago, Courtney James and her husband, Gregory, drafted a plan for a business that would help fill the gap for workers who depend on the city’s inadequate bus system, the Winston-Salem Transit Authority (WSTA), to get to their jobs. Now their business is thriving, helping its patrons climb the ladder to upward economic mobility.

Tobago: Thanksgiving services officially kickstart 2022 Caribbean Tourism Month

Trinidad and Tobago: The Division’s 2022 Caribbean Tourism Month celebrations officially commenced on Friday, November 25th, with Thanksgiving Service at the Lowlands Lifeline Ministries church. The sub-theme for the service was “The Goodness of God” and featured performances by pannist and 12 and Under finalist; Jaydon Phillip, violinist and...

Is It Fair To Call Mexico’s Aviation Industry ‘A Shambles’ When Performance Says Otherwise?

Mexico’s civil aviation industry reached 87 million passengers in 2022, according to data released by the country’s Infrastructure, Communications, and Transportation Secretariat (SICT). Nonetheless, Mexico is also facing safety problems, an FAA Category 2 status, and vandalism, and the airline industry has been recently categorized as “in shambles.” But is it really the case? Let’s find out.

Delaware traffic fatalities already match last year’s total

According to recent figures, Delaware recorded 139 traffic fatalities, tied with last year’s total, which was the most fatalities since 2006. Last year at this time, the figure was 124. “Thousands of Delawareans will take to the roads in the coming days and weeks to visit friends and family...

Commissioners approve ARPA Funds for Courthouse Projects

Following Tuesday’s meeting of the Fremont County Commissioners, a news release was posted on action items taken at the session:. • The annual compensation agreement with the University of Wyoming and Fremont County was approved for the 4-H Educator position, now held by Jennifer Matosky. • A settlement agreement...

Social Inventory of Silicon Metal Increases as the Transportation is Blocked amid the Pandemic

The social inventory of silicon metal across Huangpu port, Kunming city and Tianjin port increased 2,000 mt from the previous week to 117,000 mt as of November 25. SHANGHAI, Nov 25 (SMM) – The social inventory of silicon metal across Huangpu port, Kunming city and Tianjin port increased 2,000 mt from the previous week to 117,000 mt as of November 25. The overall social inventory in Kunming city was relatively high, and increased slightly compared with last week. The shipment flow of Tianjin port was extremely light and the inventory remained stable. Affected by the pandemic, the transportation was blocked, hence the inventory of Huangpu port dropped slightly this week. Meanwhile, the market transactions were this. However, as the silicon prices decline and the costs in Sichuan and Yunnan rise, the market sentiment may improve.

New Testimony Shows US Officials Pressured Canada to Stop “Freedom Convoy”

Top During the January protests, Biden administration officials pressed Canada to remove trucks that were blocking areas of the US-Canada border. On Thursday, a public investigation into the Canadian government’s use of emergency powers to remove the “Freedom Convoy” protestors found that Washington frantically called Ottawa to release supply lines.