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Queen Elizabeth passes away at 96 with royal family by her side after battle with health issues

Mayor of sanctuary city says migrant crisis is ‘certainly not of our making’
Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser declared a public emergency over buses of migrants that continue to arrive in the city from Texas and Arizona on Thursday.

Bowser’s emergency declaration will set aside funding to accommodate migrants as well as create the Office of Migrant Services. The OMS will be tasked with providing temporary accommodations, urgent medical needs, transportation” and other services for migrants.

“We’re putting in place a framework that would allow us to have a coordinated response with our partners,” Bowser said Thursday. “This will include a program to meet all buses, and given that most people will move on, our primary focus is to make sure we have a humane, efficient, welcome process that will allow people to move on to their final destination.”
“Regardless of the federal response — which I think has been lacking in some respects — that the District of Columbia would continue to work with partners to advance what we need and ensure our systems in D.C. are not broken by a crisis that is certainly not of our making,” Bowser added.

Fed’s Powell Affirms Need to Act Strongly on Inflation
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said the central bank is squarely focused on bringing down high inflation to prevent it from becoming entrenched as it did in the 1970s, firming expectations of a third consecutive 0.75-percentage-point rate rise later this month.

“It is very much our view, and my view, that we need to act now forthrightly, strongly, as we have been doing, and we need to keep at it until the job is done,” Mr. Powell said Thursday morning at a virtual conference hosted by the Cato Institute.

Mr. Powell didn’t say anything to challenge market expectations that the Fed would raise interest rates by 0.75 point at its Sept. 20-21 meeting, as opposed to a smaller increase of 0.5 percentage point, or 50 basis points, that some policy makers have favored.

Imo’s will sell frozen pizzas at area grocery stores
ST. LOUIS — Soon, you won’t have to go to an Imo’s restaurant to get the square beyond compare.

By Oct. 3, Imo’s pizza will be available frozen at grocery stores throughout the St. Louis area and in a region stretching from Virginia to Oklahoma.

Locally, the frozen pizzas will be sold at Schnucks, Dierbergs, Straub’s, Save A Lot, Walmart, Aldi and other stores.

The frozen pizzas will be available in cheese, sausage, pepperoni, bacon, deluxe, four meat and sausage and pepperoni. 

Clark: Lawmakers must reauthorize home-visiting programs to bolster child care
The success of our workforce begins before birth. This may seem unexpected to some, but research tells us that a nurturing, healthy foundation beginning at pregnancy and early infancy can help set the stage for future academic and career achievement, leading to a stronger American workforce.

That’s why it is so important to invest in the earliest years of our children’s lives, not just for their benefit, but for the sake of America’s long-term economy.

Early intervention is key. Also crucial are voluntary home-visiting programs, which are evidence-based interventions that help support parents and their children by identifying families with high-priority needs and pairing these vulnerable families with trained professionals such as nurses, social workers, or parent coaches.

The home-visiting providers then assess the individual needs of each family and provide parenting support and education to help create a solid foundation for the child and their parents.

THE BEE OR NOT THE BEE – genius!!!!!!! -> https://babylonbee.com/news?page=4

Stacey Abrams Announces That With A Heavy Heart She Will Succeed Elizabeth II As Queen

Stacey Abrams Claims The 2022 Midterms Have Already Been Stolen

CDC Warns Of New ‘Stealth’ COVID Variant Where You Test Negative And Get No Symptoms

Dog Scientists Determine Water From Toilet Contains Essential Vitamins Not Found In Water Bowl

10 Socialist Arguments That DESTROY Capitalism FOR GOOD
Under socialism, everyone will get three houses like Bernie Sanders

U.S. Government Vows To Find Out Who Is Responsible For Giving Out All Of These Predatory U.S. Government Loans

Mayor Muriel Bowser announces “public emergency” in DC because Texas and Arizona keep sending busloads of illegal aliens to the “sanctuary city”.

One of the super-secure Michigan voting machines from 2020 sold on eBay for $1,200.

Bouncing on trampolines is now a sign of white supremacy.

Trump says FBI stole medical records from Mar-a-Lago, but all they’ll discover is that he’s an “absolutely perfect physical specimen”.

Kamala Harris claims she never ate a grape until she was 20 years old because of the United Farm Workers boycotts.

DC tourist’s electric car died in West Virginia, so coal miners pushed it all the way to their coal mine to get it a charge.

Paul Curtman is a veteran of the U. S. Marine Corps, an author, conference speaker, and statesman. For nearly 20 years, Paul has helped lead and develop leaders in the United States military, public service sectors, and business. Paul is a strong advocate for personal and economic freedom as well as the strength and integrity of the free market system. He is a Fellow at Club for Growth in Washington D.C. and currently lives in Missouri with his wife, Ruth, and their four children.


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