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d98340 No.312635 [Open thread]

By: Alexander Pease

Warner Brothers will let a completed film that starred John Cena collect dust — permanently.

The CG-heavy live-action movie “Coyote vs. Acme” wrapped principal photography in New Mexico in 2022, but the Cena performance won’t be lighting up silver screens, or even laptop screens, according to a report published Thursday.

Sources told The Hollywood Reporter that the budget for the film, which Warner will now claim as a tax write-off, soared as high as $60 to $80 million.

Despite Warner Bros. not moving forward with the feature, the studio has reportedly expressed willingness to work with the director Dave Green in the future, the Reporter noted. Other big names attached to the project include former “Saturday Night Live” cast member Will Forte — who was set to play an unspecified role, according to IMDb — and DC Studios co-head and “Guardians of the Galaxy” director James Gunn, who was a producer and contributed to the story.

“With the re-launch of Warner Bros. Pictures Animation in June, the studio has shifted its global strategy to focus on theatrical releases,” a WB Motion Picture Group spokesperson said in a statement, per the Reporter. “With this new direction, we have made the difficult decision not to move forward with Coyote vs Acme.”

The statement also expressed the studio’s “tremendous respect” for everyone involved in the shelved film, the outlet noted.

The expected release date was set for summer 2022, but no official trailer ever surfaced in the meantime, per the Reporter. By April of that year, the studio had scrubbed the July 21 release date and replaced it with the smash hit “Barbie,” the outlet noted.


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7df972 No.312634 [Open thread]

By: Ryan Morik

An eighth grader died last week after suffering a brain injury during a football game earlier in October.

Cain Lee was 14 when he got injured in a Southwest Football League game in the Houston area on Oct. 11. The Houston Chronicle reports that Lee was in a coma for three weeks. The boy died on Oct. 30.

A celebration of life was held in his honor on Wednesday at the Friendswood Methodist Church, where his father, Cody, told a story of how his son had been giving his own clothes to a student in need.

"We were in Wellington living for a short period, and Cain was a friend to everyone," the father told the Houston Chronicle. "I noticed a young man wearing a sweater, and I don't know all the kids' clothes. I probably don't even know all my clothes. And I said, 'He's got a sweater like you.' He said, 'Well, he didn't have anything nice, Dad. So, I've been sneaking clothes from home to give him my clothes so he wouldn't be embarrassed when he was in school.'"

"He went on to endear himself to many friends, and he was recognized by others as a talented athlete and a natural leader," Texas Land Commissioner Dawn Buckingham said, reading from the resolution. "Whereas Cain demonstrated character and compassion far beyond his years, those traits combined with his deep devotion to his faith, his family and his country made him a source of inspiration to everyone around him."


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182fe7 No.312633 [Open thread]

By: Frances Floresca

Former U.S. Sen. Martha McSally claimed Tuesday that she was sexually assaulted while out jogging that morning.

A man allegedly came up behind the former senator along the Missouri River, “engulfed” her in a “bear hug” and then “molested and fondled” her until she “fought him off,” according to a video McSally posted to Instagram.

“I then chased him down,” she said in the video. “In this moment, I was in a fight, flight or freeze, and I chose to fight.”

McSally said she ran after her assailant and even threw her water bottle at him as he ran and hid in the brush.

As the man was hiding she called 911 and “waited for the police to come,” McSally said.

“I don’t think they found him, and I’m okay,” she continued in the video. “In this case, I felt like I took my power back. He tried to take power from me, but I turned it on him, and he was running from me instead of the other way around.”

The incident happened near Tom Hanafan River’s Edge Park in Council Bluffs, Iowa, according to a report shared with HuffPost by the City of Council Bluffs Police Department.

On Wednesday, she wrote in a follow-up post that she was “a bit wired” for the rest of the day following the assault and that at one point the trauma overwhelmed her as she waited to board a flight. “A wave of emotion came up. I didn’t push it away. Tears came. I didn’t care what people around me thought. This is my journey,” she wrote.

In 2019, McSally said during a Senate Armed Services subcommittee hearing that she was raped by a superior officer while serving in the United States Air Force.


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5c8c2e No.312632 [Open thread]

By: Associated Press

A North Carolina congressional candidate who narrowly lost in the state's only U.S. House swing district in 2022 is running in 2024 for a seat in another part of the state.

Republican Bo Hines on Thursday filed candidacy papers with federal elections officials and released a video for his bid in the 6th Congressional District. The district covers all or part of a half-dozen Piedmont-area counties, including portions of Greensboro, Winston-Salem and Concord.

The 6th District is currently represented by Democratic Rep. Kathy Manning, but a redistricting map enacted last month by the GOP-controlled General Assembly retooled its lines so that the district now leans Republican, according to past election results.

Hines, 28, ran in the current Raleigh-area 13th District in 2022, but lost in the general election to Democrat Wiley Nickel by 3 percentage points.

Hines, a business owner who grew up in Charlotte, played college football and went to Wake Forest University law school, said in a news release that he's running because "I cannot sit on the sidelines and watch the nation I love decline any further."

"I will fight D.C.’s reckless spending, work to restore America’s standing in the world, and strive valiantly to put America first every day," Hines said.

Manning announced her intention to seek reelection before the new map was drawn last month. Announced Republicans in the 6th District field include former U.S. Rep. Mark Walker, who represented the Greensboro area for six years through 2020 and Christian Castelli, a retired Army officer and Green Beret. Walker and Castelli criticized Hines on Thursday. Primary elections are March 5.

Hines had endorsements from President Donald Trump and the powerful Club for Growth PAC during the 2022 GOP primary in the 13th District, and said at the time he backed severe restrictions on abortion.

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68fa8b No.312631 [Open thread]

By:Bobby Ross, Jr.

“Amazing Grace” welcomed Samuel Souder to his first church service.

Derek and Della Souder softly mouthed the words of the beloved hymn as they changed their newborn’s diaper and soothed his tears.

Through the nursery glass echoed the sweet sound of the Cold Springs Church of Christ in Lancaster, Texas, praising God.

Della lost her eyesight during a lengthy battle with COVID-19, so the famous lyric “was blind, but now I see” presents a certain irony. Still, the 34-year-old mother has no doubt amazing grace has led her through “many dangers, toils and snares.”

Samuel — 7 pounds, 14 ounces and 21 inches long — arrived a few weeks before the recent Sunday morning assembly. His Sept. 21 birth blessed a Christian family that had endured two years of tribulation before the unexpected pregnancy.

“This was not planned at all,” Della said with a chuckle. “In July last year, we gave the baby bed away. We donated everything, even all the infant toys. And then in February, we found out we were having a baby.”

For the Souders, who also have an 8-year-old son, Ely, Samuel was a miracle to remind them of the goodness of God.

The family’s home congregation, with deep roots dating back to 1845 in this community about 15 miles south of Dallas, shared in their joy.

“Blessings come out of tragedies for sure,” Della said.


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32587f No.312630 [Open thread]

By: Nick Pope

A direct air capture (DAC) firm backed with subsidies from the federal government opened its first facility in California on Thursday, according to The New York Times.

Heirloom Carbon, which aims to remove 1 billion tons of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere by 2035, opened the facility to considerable fanfare, with Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm reportedly planning a visit to mark the occasion, according to the NYT. The company is poised to receive massive subsidies from the federal government to suck up carbon from the atmosphere and repurpose it by sealing it permanently into concrete.

The facility that opened Thursday, located in Tracy, California, is capable of absorbing a maximum of about 1,000 tons of carbon dioxide each year, which is equivalent to the exhaust generated by about 200 cars annually, according to the NYT.

The company has already agreed to a deal with Microsoft to remove 315,000 tons of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, which could be worth more than $56 million worth of $180-per-ton tax credits made available by the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), President Joe Biden’s signature climate bill, according to the NYT. Heirloom has not publicized its costs, but many experts approximate that DAC costs between $600 and $1,000 per ton; the company is aiming to eventually have its costs land at about $100 per ton.

Heirloom pledged in October that it will refuse any investment from oil and gas firms or deploy its technology in ways that further enable the use of fossil fuels. Two months prior, in August, the Energy Department announced that Heirloom as one of the companies it had chosen to receive some of the $1.2 billion of taxpayer money it is shelling out to stimulate DAC projects.

However, DAC is still an unproven technology at scale, and some reports suggest that it may not be the climate solution that some in the Biden administration believe it to be. Past attempts to develop carbon capture and storage facilities have failed, and nearly 90% of the proposed carbon capture capacity in the global power sector failed at the implementationPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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c6570c No.312629 [Open thread]

By: BlazeTV Staff

Joe Biden has a trick he likes to pull whenever a tough question comes his way.

The trick is called “being senile,” and he just used it again. Unfortunately, a trick doesn’t work when you use it too much — and he’s used it so many times, one might assume it's not a trick at all.

Biden dropped his latest gaffe on a trip from the White House to the Showroom in Washington to tour science and technology demonstrations. The event is called “Demo Day,” and Biden toured exhibits on topics ranging from prosthetic arms to heat pumps.

As the president was walking out, a reporter attempted to ask the president about the “ceasefire” he had called for between Israel and Hamas.

His response to the question appeared to simply be “heat pumps,” before smiling and pointing his thumb toward a heat pump advertisement.

After his initial two-word response, it appeared Biden quickly attempted to explain that he didn’t have the information he currently needed to answer the reporter's question at the moment.

Biden then began talking to a woman before cutting her off and walking away.

The woman’s eyes got big as she turned around and made a face to a colleague.

The White House then cut the feed.

“It looks like a doddering buffoon,” Pat Gray comments.

“‘Cause that’s what he is,” Keith Malinak adds.


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afa8f3 No.312628 [Open thread]

By: Associated Press

Greece's state ombudsman said Thursday that it's launching an independent investigation into the coast guard's handling of a maritime tragedy in June in which hundreds of migrants trying to reach Europe in an overloaded boat are feared to have drowned.

The independent authority said it took the decision following "the expressed denial" of the Greek coast guard to initiate a disciplinary investigation in response to the ombudsman's written requests.

The Council of Europe, the continent’s most important human rights group, welcomed the move.

The council's human rights commissioner, Dunja Mijatović, said an independent probe to establish what happened and, if necessary, lead to the punishment of those responsible, is "of paramount importance."

"The initiative taken today by the Greek Ombudsman institution is a very important contribution to this effort," she said in a statement.

A military court with jurisdiction over Greece's navy and coast guard is also conducting a preliminary investigation into the June 14 shipwreck, from which 104 survivors and 78 bodies were recovered.

Up to 750 people were believed to have been on the rusty fishing vessel, mostly below decks, when it sharply listed and quickly sank in the night. That would make it one of the worst disasters of its kind in the Mediterranean.

The court is also handling a lawsuit by 40 survivors, who accuse the coast guard of failing to prevent the shipwreck and loss of life.

Activists and human rights groups have strongly criticized the coast guard for its handling of the operation, even though a patrol boat escorted the trawler for hours and was present when it sank in deep waters 45 miles off southwestern Greece.

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c48eef No.312627 [Open thread]

By: Frontpage Editors


Dr. Simone Gold:

First of all, I want to thank Michael Finch and his whole team. It’s just been a fire, a firepower of an event. I really look forward to the Horowitz Freedom Center events. I just think that they’re unique. So as you’ve heard. Yes. I’m a Stanford educated University attorney, by the way. Not all of those press commentaries were positive.

I just want to put that out there and and also, I think, you know, the reason I have mentioned that I haven’t been mentioned in any malpractice lawsuits or anything like that is because the California medical board is coming after me hard. And it was really quite an accomplishment to have practiced 25 years in inner city emergency departments and never been cited for anything. That’s why I mentioned that.

Anyway, so what happened in 2020 when SARS was unleashed on the world? I started researching and reading everything I can get my hands on, and I assumed other doctors were doing the same thing, but I was wrong. My peers were mainly lazy, uninformed and incurious. That is what propelled me to the national stage. 1:06

I collected truth telling doctors to talk to the American people directly. That was the summer of 2020, when we frontline doctors stood on the steps of SCOTUS and we talked directly to the world. So it’s especially lovely to be in a room of such well-informed people. It’s not common. As I listen to speaker after speaker today, I’m struck by the fact that all the thought leaders that are resisting the collapse of civilization, are really all in the same fight. Just each of us in different lanes. I would like to share with you what I’ve learned over the past three and a half years about actually taking courageous action. And then because I am an emergency physician, which means I’m part MacGyver, I’ll give you the solution. So the first step to taking courageous action is to actually speak the truth and speak the truth.

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d5282b No.312626 [Open thread]

By: Tyler Durden

It is not easy to unseat an incumbent in Congress, but Will Rollins believes that he has hit on a guaranteed winner to galvanize Democratic support in California’s 41st congressional district.

He is pledging to push for greater censorship to stop those “profiting by spreading division based on lies.”

Of course, the former assistant U.S. Attorney suggests that he will know who is lying and who should be allowed to speak freely.

Rollins is also running on his role “prosecuting insurrectionists” from January 6. While most of us condemned the riot on that day and supported the prosecution of those who broke into the Capitol, polls show that most Americans do not view what occurred as an actual insurrection or rebellion.

That, however, is a legitimate matter of debate and people of good faith can differ in how they view the crimes committed that day. What is far more serious is the embrace of censorship as a political cause.

Rollins pledged to stop people saying things that “erode our democracy.” His policy platform promises “accountability” for tech platforms that “spread conspiracy theories” and do not yield to demands for censorship. It appears to be a pitch to restore censorship systems on sites like X but also pledges to go after “media outlets.”

He is not alone in such efforts. Democratic members caused a firestorm previously by writing to cable carriers like AT&T to ask why they are still allowing people to watch FOX News. Rollins promises to crackdown on “propaganda networks to protect the public’s right to be informed.” He does not identify which networks would be targeted, but the assumption is that it is not MSNBC. (For full disclosure, I am a legal analyst on Fox News). However, he wants ramped up penalties for anything that he considers “harmful lies and conspiracy theories.”

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8197dc No.312625 [Open thread]

By: Associated Press

A women’s prison in Mexico plagued by food poisoning and poor medical care has now been hit by a wave of eight suicides in the last 4 1/2 months, authorities confirmed Thursday.

The federal prisons bureau confirmed the suicides in a statement, and said it was taking steps to improve the situation at the women's prison in the state of Morelos, south of Mexico City.

The office said it had changed prison managers and increased sports, cultural and handicraft activities for the prison’s approximately 1,000 inmates.

Reports from earlier this year found that conditions were harsh at the prison, with inmates often served rotting food. The governmental National Human Rights Commission said 400 inmates suffered food poisoning in outbreaks in 2022.

That report said the women were not given appropriate medical care after falling ill; many were not given medications because none were available.

A statement issued in July by a coalition of rights and advocacy groups said the lack of medical care constituted "a systematic violation of imprisoned women's right to health care," and said it was "a serious violation of human rights and dignity."


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2f1ed3 No.312624 [Open thread]

By: Staff

The US national debt has risen so high that Washington will no longer be able to print any more dollars to service it, Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov said on Thursday.

He was commenting on a statement made by his US counterpart John Kirby on Wednesday, that the US has already spent 96% of the funds allocated for Ukraine since early 2022, when its long-running tensions with neighbor Russia turned to armed conflict. When a reporter suggested that Washington could just print money indefinitely unless the printing press breaks down, Peskov pointed out that there will simply be no paper left.

“I read recently that the United States spends about $200 million an hour on servicing its debt,” he said. “They will run out of paper soon,” he added.

Currently, US outstanding public debt amounts to roughly $33.6 trillion, after it exceeded its $31.4-trillion debt ceiling in January.

According to Congressional Budget Office data released earlier this year, interest payments on the national debt amounted to $475 billion in fiscal year 2022. That translates to about $1.3 billion per day and approximately $54.2 million per hour.

Over the past year the federal government’s borrowing costs have increased rapidly due to a series of interest-rate hikes, and will continue growing, the CBO warned.


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96ebea No.312623 [Open thread]

By: George Rasley

Recently, the Leftwing media, always hungry for headlines and clicks, has been awash in bold print screaming about how Democrats are panicking about the 2024 election.

The latest round of panicky headlines was set off by New York Times polls that show Joe Biden losing almost every swing state to Donald Trump, which prompted immediate comparisons to other one-term Democrat presidents.

NBC News reported, “Pick a metaphor: President Joe Biden’s re-election campaign is a ‘five-alarm fire.’ It’s a cardiac case in need of a ‘defibrillator.’ Or a lemming on course to ‘slowly march into the sea and drown’.”

And David Axelrod, a former senior adviser to Obama, argued Biden should weigh whether it is in his best interest or the country’s to run in 2024. He made waves Sunday with a post on X, formerly known as Twitter, suggesting that Biden drop out of the race, reported Brett Samuels and Alex Gangitano of The Hill.

Walter Shapiro of the New Republic spent a lengthy article explaining why Biden is not “Jimmy Carter 2.0,” claiming Carter’s woes “only have a cursory resemblance to the political winds buffeting Biden.”

While pundits and other click-seekers may be panicking, the Biden campaign is strangely serene. Biden campaign spokesperson Kevin Munoz said that the campaign isn’t worried about a poll a year out, citing the better-than-expected midterm results Democrats had in 2022 and the so-called MAGA Republicans on the other side of the aisle, reported Messrs. Samuels and Gangitano.

Perhaps the Biden campaign is so serene because it doesn’t matter who the GOP nominee is, they’ve looked at the opposition and seen the same three problems we see with the Republican Party.

The first problem is that, especially compared to the Democrats, the GOP is glaringly short of leadership.

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cd599a No.312622 [Open thread]

By: Toi Staff

WASHINGTON — Nearly half of Democrats disapprove of how US President Joe Biden is handling the Israel-Hamas conflict, according to a new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research — showing a deep divide within his party over the war that erupted with the Hamas terror group last month.

The poll found that 50 % of Democrats approve of how Biden has navigated the conflict while 46% disapprove — and the two groups diverge substantially in their views of US support for Israel. Biden’s support on the issue among Democrats is down slightly from August, as an AP-NORC poll conducted then found that 57% of Democrats approved of his handling of the general Israel-Palestinian conflict and 40% disapproved.

The October 7 Hamas attack by over 3,000 terrorists who invaded from the Gaza Strip killed some 1,400 people in Israel, the majority civilians. At least 240 people were abducted and taken hostage to Gaza. In response Israel has vowed to destroy Hamas and see it removed from power in Gaza, where it has been in control since 2007. As the Israeli military strikes Gaza and presses on with a ground incursion, Hamas and other terror groups have rained rockets on Israeli population centers, causing more deaths and displacing some 200,000 people.

The developments have created a political tightrope for Biden, who has strongly supported Israel’s right to self-defense since the attack but also pressured Israel’s government to try to limit civilian casualties and allow humanitarian aid into Gaza.

The war could complicate Biden’s reelection effort as he faces having to balance factions of his party with very different views on the conflict.

Nearly 7 in 10 Democrats who approve of Biden’s management of the conflict think the US provides the right amount of support to Israel currently. Of those who disapprove, 65% say the US is too supportive of Israel. That gap between Democrats who approve and those who disapprove has widened substantially since the poll conducted in August.

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3f3062 No.312621 [Open thread]

By: Brianna Herlihy

As Massachusetts housing facilities brace for maxed-out capacity as early as this week, the governor of the "right-to-shelter" state is suggesting there are "a lot" of other places in the U.S. migrants should be sent.

Gov. Maura Healy announced this week there are 40 to 50 new families arriving in the state every day and seeking state assistance with housing, and the influx of people to Massachusetts — many without a lawful presence in the U.S. — has pushed the state’s shelter system close to its 7,500-family limit, according to a report in the Boston Herald.

Massachusetts has a "right-to-shelter law," which entitles migrant families to taxpayer-funded emergency shelter. The Bay State is the only one in the country with a statewide right-to-shelter law, signed into law in 1983 by Gov. Michael Dukakis.

Healy, a Democrat, said she hopes the crisis doesn’t devolve into homeless people sleeping at Boston's Logan Airport or in emergency rooms. She also suggested other states should consider accepting migrants.

"There are a lot of places in the country where people can go once they cross into the United States," Healy told a local news outlet earlier this week.

The state’s Executive Office of Housing and Livable Communities reported that, as of Monday, there were 7,439 families in the emergency shelter system, with 3,729 in hotels and motels, 3,648 at traditional sites and 62 in temporary shelters like Joint Base Cape Cod.

On Wednesday, Healey announced that the state can no longer accommodate them and will instead place families on a waitlist, prioritizing those with the highest needs.

Under Healey's plan, women, young children and those with acute medical needs and health issues will be given priority. The state is also considering limiting how long a family can stay in a shelter, Healey said.

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