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Sep 29, 2022… Aquarians could experience confusion in their social lives today. Misunderstandings with others could leave you puzzled if you meant no harm by your words or actions. If any issues arise, reach out and ask questions. Avoiding the whole thing can only increase the tension, so taking a hands off approach isn’t going to cut it. You can likely patch up relationships and get to the bottom of the problem just by hashing it out.

 

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Democrats Vote YES – Despite All Their Threats!

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New York Times Admits Polls Showing Democrat Leads May Be Biased
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New York Times Admits Polls Showing Democrat Leads May Be Biased

US Embassy Evacuated
U.S. Embassy DISASTER – History Repeats Itself! (UnitedVoice.com) – Historically, United States embassy workers have a dangerous job. When a diplomatic outpost receives an evacuation order, typically, something is awry. According to PJ Media and an interesting video of a helicopter collecting passengers, that’s what happened in Baghdad this week. On August 29, the White […]

US Embassy Reportedly Evacuated

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FBI Announces CHARGES – Police Officers Named! (UnitedVoice.com) – The FBI has arrested a police officer and charged three more over the 2020 shooting of Breonna Taylor during a drug raid. The young woman’s death caused widespread protests at the time, and her family won a record compensation payout from the city. Will these charges […]

4 Officers Face FBI Charges in Connection to Breonna Taylor’s Death

 

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Think of how you can assist on a problem, not who to blame.

 

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Democrats Vote YES – Despite All Their Threats!

Democrats Vote Yes on Funding Police Despite Divisions
Democrats Vote Yes on Funding Police Despite Divisions

Democrats Vote Yes on Funding Police Despite Divisions

(UnitedVoice.com) – After the 2020 murder of George Floyd, Democrats across the country called to defund the police. The party’s progressive wing led the charge, while moderates warned it was a bad message. Now, the party has set aside its difference to pass four significant bills.

On September 22, House Democrats passed four police-funding bills. The passages came after months of infighting within the caucus. Progressives threatened to block the bills because they increased funding for law enforcement departments and didn’t include some of the accountability measures they wanted. Ultimately, party leaders were able to bring the two factions together.

Newsmax reported one of the lead negotiators, Rep. Josh Gottheimer (D-NJ), said it’s apparent lawmakers “can’t cut [police budgets] or defund [their] way to safer communities and better police departments.” Major law enforcement unions endorsed the bills, as well.

According to reports, the legislative pieces are an effort by the Democratic Party to change the narrative that they’re soft on crime ahead of the midterm elections. Many cities across the country have experienced deadly crime waves.

The measures are now in the Senate, where Republicans have filibustered them. They will need 60 votes to pass. It’s unclear whether lawmakers have the votes necessary to pass the police funding through the upper chamber.

Do you support increased funding for police departments?

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