Here’s your sample of news stories from this week’s Round-Up program. More stories, as well as listener comments, can be heard when you review this broadcast.
–President Biden branded the Capitol riot a coup attempt and called on the Senate to scrap the filibuster.
–U.S. to donate approximately 308 million dollars worth of humanitarian aid to Afghanistan.
–President Biden’s administration has approved the release of 5 men held at Guantanamo Bay.
–The Taliban threatens to send 2,000 suicide bombers to Washington, D.C.
–Twitter is allowing Iranian government officials to issue death threats against former President Trump.
–President Trump to launch a new media platform called, Truth Social.
–Newly released emails reveal that a controversial letter likening parents to domestic terrorists for raising concerns about the material their children were exposed to in public schools was crafted at the request of U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona.
–The Department of Justice to form a new unit that will concentrate on domestic terror threats.
–California Governor Gavin Newsom unveiled a budget proposal that would include expanding the states Medi-Cal health coverage to all low-income illegal immigrants in the state.
–New York City Mayor Eric Adams enacted a measure that will allow more than 800,000 non-citizens in the city to vote in municipal elections.
–Nearly half of all migrants that Border Patrol released into the U.S. in 2021 cannot be located.
–As multiple states attempt to protect unborn persons from being eliminated at abortion clinics or by mail order abortion pills, pro-choice activists and feminists are pushing on another front to get medical colleges to include abortion in their curriculum.
–California Governor Gavin Newsom wants to use taxpayer dollars to pay for schooling for future abortionists.
–New Hampshire leaders voted to defund the Planned Parenthood abortion chain and other abortion groups of more than one million dollars in state taxpayer funds.
–The number of abortion facilities in the U.S. actually increased in 2021.