Christian commentator said that National Football League (NFL) player Travis Kelce and music superstar Taylor Swift should be executed for using their budding relationship as a psy-op to push vaccines on Big Pharma's behalf. Kelce, a star tight end with the Kansas City Chiefs, and the 12-time Grammy Award winner made major headlines when rumors spread that they started to see each other romantically. Swift then appeared at the Chiefs game on Sunday alongside Kelce's mother in a suite, prompting their fans to become increasingly interested in the pairing. The dating rumors have been compounded by the Chiefs' tight end being maligned by some conservatives for starring in a commercial for pharmaceutical company Pfizer, encouraging people to get their flu shot along with their next coronavirus booster. The 33-year-old Kelce amplified the message on his Instagram page, eventually turning off comments as he was inundated with anti-vaccine rhetoric. read more
Two thieves stole an expensive car from a North Miami home in a brazen act caught on camera. "Came in, the garages were down, they went inside and a minute later you see the first garage door reopening," Bob Benyo said. "We lock the door behind us and you think the cars are safe." The thieves took a 2016 Rolls-Royce Wraith that was an anniversary gift to his wife.
After more than 18 months of war, a plurality of Republicans say the U.S. should do more to support Ukraine. But despite the view shared by 40 percent of Republicans, according to a recent CNN-SRSS poll, the Republican presidential candidates remain as splintered as ever. read more
At the end of the Cold War, the third largest nuclear power on earth was not Britain, France or China. It was Ukraine. read more
At the end of the Cold War, the third largest nuclear power on earth was not Britain, France or China. It was Ukraine. The Soviet collapse, a slow-motion downfall that culminated in December 1991, resulted in the newly independent Ukraine inheriting roughly 5,000 nuclear arms that Moscow had stationed on its soil. Underground silos on its military bases held long-range missiles that carried up to 10 thermonuclear warheads, each far stronger than the bomb that leveled Hiroshima. Only Russia and the United States had more weapons. read more