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Sunday, June 13, 2021

The Justice Department subpoenaed Apple for information in February 2018 about an account that belonged to Donald F. McGahn II, Donald J. Trump's White House counsel at the time, and barred the company from telling him about it, according to two people briefed on the matter. read more

Friday, June 04, 2021

And while a forthcoming unclassified version [of the report], expected to be released to Congress by June 25, will present few other firm conclusions, senior officials briefed on the intelligence conceded that the very ambiguity of the findings meant the government could not definitively rule out theories that the phenomenon observed by military pilots might be alien spacecraft. read more

Sunday, May 30, 2021

7NEWS Spotlight The Phenomenon Documentary (2021) I learned a ton from this documentary. Including the Westall sighting by numerous school children and a teacher. And the sad, harrowing story of Dr. James McDonald. read more

Monday, May 10, 2021

Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt signed a bill into law on Friday barring grade schools from teaching lessons about race or sex that may make students uncomfortable. read more

Arizona state Sen. Paul Boyer (R) apparently has regrets about backing his fellow GOP senators' push for a shady audit of Maricopa County's 2020 election ballots to boost ex-President Donald Trump and his allies' bogus conspiracy theories about voter fraud. "It makes us look like idiots," Boyer told the New York Times in an interview published on Sunday. "Looking back, I didn't think it would be this ridiculous. It's embarrassing to be a state senator at this point."


Ladies, Please ... .ALWAYS answer your door and please teach your children to do so. Espescially in the daytime. Don't OPEN it but don't I ignore it or pretend you aren't home. Burglars knock first, almost always. If you answer they come up with an excuse then leave ... .wrong house, lost dog, offer to do yard work, sell magazines. If you do not answer, they break in. If you are comfortable with shooting an intruder dead, that's up to you, but don't put your kids in that position.

#19 | POSTED BY MIRANDA7 AT 2021-07-30 09:44 PM | REPLY

Most residential burglaries strike during the daytime while residents are at work. They don't want your kids or your wife, they just want stuff they can sell. That's why they knock first, to make sure nobody is home. I've been to a couple calls where kids did as their parents instructed, pretended nobody was home. They ended up hiding under beds or in closets, terrified white burglars searched the home. In one case an 11 year old shot and killed the intruder when he opened the closet door. He was celebrated for his "bravery", but the kid never got over it and is still traumatized.
people fear"Home invasion" robberies but they are very rare and usually not random. I've never investigated one that was not drug related or specifically targeted (store owner known to have a lot of cash, etc)
Dogs are great. If burglars hear a decent sized dog barking they will usually skip the house and move on to the next one. Not worth the hassle. Almost every burglary I've been to with a dog in the house there were indications the burglar was not a stranger to the family or the dog.

#20 | POSTED BY MIRANDA7 AT 2021-07-30 10:02 PM | NEWSWORTHY

Appreciate this context and nuance.

Hospital in Springfield, Missouri, runs out of ventilators as COVID cases ravage the area

Springfield-Greene Co. Health Dept. announces 17 new COVID-19 deaths as cases, hospitalizations rise

Missouri leads nation with most new COVID-19 cases per capita over past two weeks

Seems legit to me.

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