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He turned his weed-filled yard into a low-water jungle of fruit trees
President Biden/Biden Administration:
Election deniers are running to control voting. Here’s how they’ve fared so far
Over half of people infected with the omicron variant didn’t know it, a study finds:
The majority of people likely infected with the omicron variant that causes COVID-19 were not aware they contracted the virus, which likely played a role in the rapid spread of omicron, according to a study published this week.
Researchers at Cedars-Sinai, a nonprofit health organization based in Los Angeles, examined the infectious status of individuals during the omicron surge in the U.S.
Worst People in the World:
Florida Christian school says it will refer to students only by ‘biological gender,’ asks gay and transgender students to leave
Grace Christian School in Valrico told parents in an email that they “have to agree to all policies and procedures” before their child can start school.
Learn it, MAGAts!:
He Just Gave MAGAts the Green Light to Shoot and Kill People:
Twitter suspends HD 20 candidate after he advocates shooting federal agents
A Republican candidate for the House from St. Augustine is spending the final days of the Primary campaign suspended from Twitter after advocating violence against the federal government.
Meet this year’s child Mullet Championship finalists
Call it a Kentucky Waterfall, a Tennessee Top Hat or a Missouri Compromise, at the end of the day it’s the same iconic haircut: the mullet.