April 28, 2021


CA officials, Big Tech and Biden firm coordinated ‘misinformation’ censorship before election: Judicial Watch

Judicial Watch, a government transparency watchdog group, announced Tuesday that it has obtained documents allegedly showing California officials colluding with social media giants to censor speech surrounding the 2020 elections – including some of its own posts.

The group also said a communications firm linked to the Biden campaign played a role in determining which posts should be censored by creating “Misinformation Daily Briefings” that the officials shared with Twitter, Facebook and Google.


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Frustrated, some BR residents who’ve never needed flood insurance, now watch as their streets flood

BATON ROUGE – Louisiana may be known for its rain, but not every neighborhood in Baton Rouge is prone to flooding.

As of late, however, a series of unrelenting storms have brought high water to some of Baton Rouge’s residential areas that have never experienced flooding.

Frustrated residents say they don’t have flood insurance because they’ve never needed it until now, and they add that after reaching out to officials for help, their problems have yet to be resolved. 

Drainage issues appear to be the culprit. Clogged drainage systems around the neighborhoods lead to high water that becomes impassable and

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WATCH NOW: Spotsylvania supervisors keep real estate tax same, lower personal property | Local News

Keeping the real estate and property tax rates the same and the initial failure of the meals tax increase turned the budget surplus into a deficit. That forced the board to haggle and make cuts in other areas, such as a $345,000 mowing contract and training and mileage expenditures for staff.

Much of the board’s discussions on the budget focused on school funding, which totals $311.6 million in local, state and federal funds. Local funding for the school system totals $132.3 million.

Three supervisors—Frazier, Chris Yakabouski and Gary Skinner—focused on filling a $2.1 million gap in the adopted School Board

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Should My Watch Be Insured?

Covering the timepiece in a general homeowner’s or renter’s policy could make sense, according to Loretta Worters, vice president of media relations at the Insurance Information Institute, an industry nonprofit organization based in New York. “For a watch that is under $2,000, most likely this is the best coverage to have. There is limited coverage for fire, windstorm, theft and vandalism, and there is typically a $500 to $1,000 deductible. You also may not have coverage while traveling, but check the policy.”

But let’s say your watch cost more than $2,000, or you have more than one watch. Consider a

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WATCH NOW: ‘Is this right?’ New federal law drives down health insurance costs in marketplace | Govt. and Politics

Last week, Torres-Barrera called “out of the blue” and suggested that LeBlanc resubmit her application to the marketplace. The result? Her monthly premium fell from $339 to $209 a month, a monthly savings of $120.

“I feel for people who don’t have support,” she said.

The Kaiser Family Foundation estimates that the new law will expand health coverage to 3.7 million uninsured Americans, an increase of 20%. The estimated average savings range from $33 a month for someone who earns less than 150% of the poverty level ($19,320 for an individual), to $213 a month for someone with an income

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WATCH NOW: Sen. Tim Kaine talks COVID relief with Fredericksburg business owners | Local News

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