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May 30 2023
Theranos Founder Elizabeth Holmes Is Now A Federal Prison Inmate
Holmes, 39, was found guilty in January 2022 and was sentenced in November to 135 months in federal prison on four counts of investor fraud and conspiracy. She was ordered to surrender to federal custody on April 27, but it was delayed while the court ruled on her appeal. Holmes was first indicted in 2018, but her trial saw numerous delays due to the COVID pandemic and her first pregnancy.HuffPost
May 29 2023
Theranos Founder Elizabeth Holmes Is Expected to Enter Prison Tuesday
Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes is expected to report to prison on Tuesday to start her 11-year sentence for defrauding investors, marking a closing chapter in the downfall of one of Silicon Valley’s most prominent entrepreneurs after revelations about the company’s unreliable blood-testing technology. Since The Wall Street Journal began publishing its findings about Theranos in 2015, HolmesWall Street Journal (News)
Sep 09 2022
Not merely a queen, but the Queen
People simply referred to “the Queen.” They usually didn’t say “Queen Elizabeth.” They didn’t need to. Neither her name nor those of the countries she ruled were necessary to identify her. There are other queens, of course, but none has remotely the same stature or instant recognition. Mention of them is likely to prompt the fugitive thought, “I’d forgotten that country had a queen.”Washington Examiner
Sep 08 2022
Queen Elizabeth II stalwart of our times, personified dignity: PM Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday paid heartfelt tributes to Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, saying she was a stalwart who provided inspiring leadership to her nation and people.
She personified dignity and decency in public life, Modi said, recalling his "memorable" meetings with the Queen in 2015 and 2018.
"I will never forget her warmth and kindness. During one of theHindustan Times
May 25 2023
Montana Becomes First State to Ban Drag Queen Story Hour
Montana has become the first state in the union to ban drag queen story hour for children from public schools and libraries. Signed by Republican Gov. Greg Gianforte on Monday, the new bill essentially prevents children from attending “sexually oriented shows” and watching obscene performances on public property. The law further defines Drag Queen Story Hour as “an event hosted by a drag queenBreitbart News
Jun 01 2023
Jim Banks Asks Pentagon to Ban All Drag Queen Shows on Military Bases
House Armed Services Military Personnel Subcommittee Chairman Jim Banks (R-IN) and other lawmakers are demanding the Pentagon clarify its policy on drag queen shows, to include issuing guidance to prohibit them on all military installations. Their request comes after a drag queen show was scheduled to take place today at Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada but was canceled only after Rep. MattBreitbart News
May 05 2023
We predicted the queen’s death — and worry about King Charles’ coronation
Those attending the coronation of King Charles III might want to stay vigilant. Two royal “superfans” who foresaw the deaths of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip have revealed some very ominous predictions for Saturday’s crowning ceremony in London. “We’ve had visions, like slideshows in our heads, that security needs to be high,” Berkshire native Lynne Antink, 78, told Jam Press. She andNew York Post (News)
May 06 2023
Celebrations as King Charles and Queen Camilla crowned
King Charles has been crowned at his Coronation, the first in the UK for 70 years.
Shortly afterwards, his wife Camilla was crowned Queen.
After the crown was placed on Charles' head, cries of "God Save the King" were heard inside and outside Westminster Abbey.
Gun salutes were made across the UK, the abbey bells rang for two minutes, and corks were popped on the Mall inBBC News
May 30 2023
Miffed by drag-queen ‘nuns,’ Clayton Kershaw pushed Dodgers for Christian Faith Day
When pitcher Clayton Kershaw learned about his Los Angeles Dodgers’ honoring the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence and their mockery of Jesus and Christianity, he decided to do something about it. As a result, the Dodgers quickly relaunched the Christian Faith and Family Day as a response. In an interview with the Los Angeles Times, the Cooperstown-bound pitcher said he disagrees with the drag-Washington Times
Jun 02 2023
Man who shot Queens mugger arraigned on multiple gun charges, held on $50k bail
The Queens man accused of gunning down a would-be mugger earlier this week was arraigned Friday on dozens of gun charges related to the weapon he used in the incident and for allegedly stockpiling illegal firearms in his apartment. Charles Foehner, 65, was slapped with 25 counts of criminal possession of a weapon for using an unlicensed gun to fatally blast mugger Cody Gonzalez, 32, in a KewNew York Post (News)