News and Headlines: 3/14/2022.

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Homeless criminal throws nurse down stairs at Seattle rail station

Alexander Jay, 40, was taken into custody earlier this month and charged with second-degree assault. As of Monday morning, he remained jailed on $150,000 bail.

According to court documents obtained by, shortly before noon on March 2, Kim Hayes, 62, got off the light rail at the Chinatown-International District station near downtown and was walking up the stairs when Jay grabbed her and threw her back down.

Jay has been convicted 22 times in Washington state and California, including on charges of burglary, theft, selling stolen property, drug possession, auto theft and multiple counts of domestic violence.

4th Round of Ukraine–Russia Talks Paused as UN Says 2.8 Million People Have Fled

Ukrainian servicemen carry rocket-propelled grenades and sniper rifles as they walk towards the city of Irpin, northwest of Kyiv, Ukraine on March 13, 2022. (Dimitar Dilkoff/AFP via Getty Images)
Ukrainian servicemen carry rocket-propelled grenades and sniper rifles as they walk towards the city of Irpin, northwest of Kyiv, Ukraine on March 13, 2022. (Dimitar Dilkoff/AFP via Getty Images)

“A technical pause has been taken in the negotiations until tomorrow,” said Mykhailo Podolyak, the adviser, in a Twitter post. “For additional work in the working subgroups and clarification of individual definitions. Negotiations continue.”

A day earlier, Russian and Ukrainian officials said that there appeared to be signs of a possible deal on a ceasefire in the near future, although few details were provided. The previous round of negotiations yielded few results.

Amid Monday’s talks, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky separately announced that he plans to give a virtual address to the U.S. Congress on Wednesday.

He’s expected to again call for a no-fly zone over Ukraine, although top officials in the Biden administration and NATO have repeatedly poured cold water over that suggestion.

Texas Restarts Border Wall Project after Biden Canceled It

'A lot of the border wall is being built by border wall material that there was a contract for,' Governor Abbott said
‘A lot of the border wall is being built by border wall material that there was a contract for,’ Governor Abbott said

“We found a way, by going through the surplus program of the federal government where Texas would be able to obtain these border wall panels, and we obtained as much as we could, until Biden found out about it,” Abbott explained.

“He put a stop to Texas being able to get it.

“There may be some other ways that we will be able to get more.”

The stacks of panels appeared to cover more than an acre of the land.

The governor said the first parts of the Texas project were built on state-owned land.

The new sections are scheduled to be built on parcels provided by ranch owners.

Pelosi: ‘Hope’ is to vote on ‘at least part’ of COVID-19 funds this week

“We’ll have to get it done,” Pelosi said at a press conference during a trip to New York. “It would be my hope that we could bring up a bill this week that would do at least part of that.”

The government funding package passed last week would have had $15.6 billion to fight the virus. It was not immediately clear how much funding would be in the “part” that Pelosi referred to, but about half of the total was paid for with offsets that drew objections from some House Democrats.

Pelosi ended up removing the funding from last week’s package because of objections from some House Democrats that the money was paid for by rescinding a portion of state aid from a previous relief package.

She noted on Monday her disappointment with having to make that decision to allow the larger funding bill to pass.

REPORT: Woman Allegedly Stabs Date During Sex In Revenge For US Killing Qasem Soleimani

(Photo by MEHDI GHASEMI / ISNA / AFP) (Photo by MEHDI GHASEMI/ISNA/AFP via Getty Images) / Henderson Police Department
(Photo by MEHDI GHASEMI / ISNA / AFP) (Photo by MEHDI GHASEMI/ISNA/AFP via Getty Images) / Henderson Police Department

Nikoubin and the man met online on a dating website, Henderson police wrote in an arrest report. The pair then agreed to meet at Sunset Station hotel on March 5, renting a room together.

While in the room, the pair began having sex when Nikoubin put a blindfold on the man, police said. Nikoubin then turned off the lights, and several minutes later, the man “felt a pain on the side of his neck,” KLAS reported.

After the stabbing, the man pushed Nikoubin off of him and ran out of the room to call 911, police said.

Nikoubin also ran out of the room, telling a hotel employee that she had just stabbed a man, police said.

US air defense troops deploying to DC

Members of the 174th Air Defense Artillery Brigade stand in front of a Land-Based Phalanx Weapon System (LPWS). (Ohio National Guard photo/Released)
Members of the 174th Air Defense Artillery Brigade stand in front of a Land-Based Phalanx Weapon System (LPWS). (Ohio National Guard photo/Released)

The Ohio National Guard announced on Monday that 30 members of the Headquarters Battery of the 174th Air Defense Artillery Brigade (174th ADA) would deploy to the U.S. capital in support of Operation Noble Eagle. 

“The Integrated Air Defense System (IADS) in the [National Capital Region], consisting of sensors, alert fighters, and ground-based air defense weapons systems, was established shortly after Sept. 11, 2001, at the direction of the Secretary of Defense,” the Ohio National Gaurd said.

“Originally staffed by active-duty forces, the NCR mission has been manned by Air and Army National Guard members since 2003. The mission stands today as a prime example of the National Guard fulfilling its ‘Defense of the Homeland’ mission.”

Video: Kyle Rittenhouse’s AR-15 destroyed by crime lab

Kyle Rittenhouse's AR-15 rifle being destroyed by Wisconsin Crime Lab. (Video screenshot)
Kyle Rittenhouse’s AR-15 rifle being destroyed by Wisconsin Crime Lab. (Video screenshot)

Video posted on YouTube by Fox6 Milwaukee shows officials examining the firearm before having it destroyed through “mechanical shredding.”

Agents in protective gear fed the rifle and accessories into an American Pulverizer Gun Shredder system which left only twisted chunks of metal behind.

Mark Richards, Rittenhouse’s attorney, had filed a motion with the Kenosha County Circuit Court on Jan. 19 asking for the firearm to be returned to his client. Richards said Rittenhouse wanted his AR-15 back so it can be destroyed.

Rittenhouse spokesman Dave Hancock told reporters that the motion was necessary “legal process … The DA (Kenosha County district attorney) must return his belongings. When the rifle is returned, it will be destroyed.”

Rittenhouse announced last month that he is launching a new project designed to hold media organizations accountable for their “lies.” The exonerated teen also named multiple celebrities who he and his team may sue.

‘Dictator-In-Chief’: Rand Paul Announces Amendment To ‘Eliminate’ Fauci’s Position

(Photo by Shawn Thew-Pool/Getty Images)
(Photo by Shawn Thew-Pool/Getty Images)

“We’ve learned a lot over the past two years, but one lesson in particular is that no one person should be deemed ‘dictator-in-chief,’” Paul said in a statement. “No one person should have unilateral authority to make decisions for millions of Americans.”

“To ensure that ineffective, unscientific lockdowns and mandates are never foisted on the American people ever again, I’ve introduced this amendment to eliminate Dr. Anthony Fauci’s position as Director of the NIAID, and divide his power into three separate new institutes,” the senator continued.

“This will create accountability and oversight into a taxpayer funded position that has largely abused its power, and has been responsible for many failures and misinformation during the COVID-19 pandemic.”

Ukraine war: Missile explodes in front of civilian walking in Kyiv

Footage posted online shows the moment a missile exploded on a street in Kyiv, just in front of a person walking through a nearby park on Kyrylivska Street.

One person was killed in a strike on a block of flats in the capital earlier on Monday as Russian forces continue to bombard many Ukrainian cities.

The BBC has verified and geolocated this footage.

Julian Assange denied permission to appeal against US extradition

Photograph: Frank Augstein/AP
Photograph: Frank Augstein/AP

The supreme court said on Monday that it had refused permission to appeal “as the application didn’t raise an arguable point of law”. After the decision, the case is expected to be formally sent to Priti Patel to approve the extradition.

Assange’s lawyers will have four weeks to make submissions to the home secretary before her decision. There also remain other routes to fight his extradition, for instance by mounting a challenge on other issues of law raised at first instance that he lost on and have not yet been subject to appeal.

The attempted appeal to the supreme court was specifically on the issue of the US assurances.

Manchin torpedoes controversial Biden nominee for Federal Reserve regulator

F. Carter Smith/Bloomberg via Getty Images
F. Carter Smith/Bloomberg via Getty Images

West Virginia Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin may have put the kibosh on Sarah Bloom Raskin, President Joe Biden’s nominee for a top regulatory position at the Federal Reserve.

The senator said Monday he is “unable to support her nomination” to be the vice chair of supervision at the Fed.

Lacking Manchin’s support, Democrats will likely not have the votes needed to confirm Raskin, who has called for the Fed to punish banks and financial institutions that have business agreements with fossil fuel energy companies as a way to fight climate change.

Raskin’s positions on energy were central to Manchin’s statement opposing her nomination.

When Demand for Racism Exceeds Supply, Fake It! Guess Who Scribbled an “N” Bomb on a High School Wall This Time

AP Photo/Lee Jin-man
AP Photo/Lee Jin-man

The angry students skip class to protest the hatred! White students tearfully rally around their black friends and vow to protect them from the tiki-torch-wielding bushwhackers who are likely patrolling the streets at night, noose in hand, looking for a minority to lynch.

The school’s principal or dean valiantly vows to oust the seething bigots and restore the racial equilibrium that has so violently been shattered.

Tears, flags, and protests: the mostly white students did their jobs. The faculty vowed swift justice and volunteered the soft shoulders of counselors, administrators, and even Mrs. Dickey, in case frightened students needed reassurance of diversity, equity, and inclusion at Lady of Mercy. Not to mention, there would be programming, meetings, and even more diversity training.

Saudi Arabia carries out largest mass execution in its history as rights groups issue condemnation


Saudi Arabia on Saturday carried out the largest mass execution in its history, ending the lives of 81 people in one day for crimes ranging from murder to membership in militant groups, the Associated Press reported.

The massive figure surpassed the previous high of 63 carried out in January 1980 when the kingdom executed militants convicted of seizing the Grand Mosque in Mecca.

It was not immediately clear why the kingdom, which has in recent years has vowed to overhaul its archaic justice system, put the individuals to death in such a fashion.

In a statement published by the official Saudi Press Agency, the Saudi Ministry of Interior said the executed individuals “were convicted of various crimes including murdering innocent men, women, and children.” It did not say how the individuals were executed.

Iran ballistic missiles directed at US Consulate in Iraq; JCPOA talks suspended TV7Israel News 14.03

1) Israel persists with mediation efforts to try and convince Russia and Ukraine to resolve the conflict diplomatically.

2) The Nuclear talks in Vienna have suspended – at a time when Israeli security officials are voicing concerns that international attention on Ukraine is distracting the international community from paying attention to Iran.

3) The Islamic Revolutionary Guards claims responsibility for a ballistic missiles attack directed toward the U.S. Consulate in Iraq’s northern Kurdistan region.

Ukraine war in photos: March 14

A woman reacts as she stands outside destroyed apartment blocks following shelling in the northwestern Oblonsky district of Kyiv on Monday. (Aris Messinis/AFP/Getty Images)
A woman reacts as she stands outside destroyed apartment blocks following shelling in the northwestern Oblonsky district of Kyiv on Monday. (Aris Messinis/AFP/Getty Images)

The war came to Kyiv on Monday. At least it came to one block and one nine-story apartment building in the Oblonsky district in the northern part of the city. Russian artillery struck a little after 5 in the morning local time. At least two civilians were killed.

Also in the collection of photos are portraits of destruction in the east, in Ukraine’s second-largest city, Kharkiv.

And as more refugees reach the Polish border — nearly 2 million of the 2.8 million to flee thus far have landed in Poland — many who arrived in the early days of the war have moved westward, to other cities and countries.

FINANCIAL WARS: Will China OVERTAKE the US dollar worldwide?

Glenn explains that he has certain ‘trip wires’ — signs that it’s time to prepare him and his family for hardship — and one of those warnings may be presenting itself today.

Russia recently asked China for economic assistance as Putin continues his invasion of Ukraine, leading us one step closer to world war.

But, Glenn says, we are ALREADY in a world war — a financial one that centers entirely around currency.

In this clip, he explains how China is positioning itself to take power away from the U.S. dollar. And, if successful, not only will America face inflation levels far worse than today but a potential collapse of the U.S. dollar as well…

Trevor Noah, Bill Maher praise Trump foreign leadership | National Report

On Monday’s “National Report,” Sery Cybulski, Tom Borelli, and Amy Tarkanian reacted after comedians Bill Maher and Trevor Noah appeared to defend fmr. President Donald Trump’s leadership on the world stage, amid the skyrocketing gas prices and Russia’s war on Ukraine, under President Joe Biden.

Accounting for Big Tech

The debate over how much control Big Tech should have over our information — and its connections to China — only seems to grow more vigorous. With the possibility of Republicans moving into the driver’s seat in Congress after the fall elections,

I spoke with Cathy McMorris Rodgers, the lead Republican on the House Energy and Commerce Committee, about their proposal: the Big Tech Accountability Platform.

Border Invasion

More than a year into the Biden presidency, the administration has taken no public measures to stop illegal immigration, which reached the highest point in American history on his watch. 1.9 million illegal border crossers were intercepted or turned themselves in last year.

That doesn’t count all the ones who got away. Now, some argue states have the power to deport people without the feds by declaring an invasion.

One of those trying to convince state officials to use that authority is Ken Cuccinelli, Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security under President Trump.

The Northern Border

Now we head way north, to another U.S. border — one that’s almost triple the length of our southern border. On my recent visit there, Customs and Border Protection’s Russell Eiser told me a New York state law is getting in the way of agents doing the job.

Woman Gets Shot After Stabbing San Diego Police Officer in The Chest

Deputies from the Court Services Unit had gone to a residence at that location to serve civil process paperwork on a female resident. When they contacted the woman, she was uncooperative and was holding a knife.

While the deputies were waiting for additional resources, an employee in the building told them the same woman threatened a maintenance worker with a knife the previous day.

The woman involved in the incident has been identified as 47-year-old Yan Li of San Diego. The San Diego Police Officer who was stabbed in the chest has fortunately been treated and released from UCSD Medical Center.

Levin: The Same Damn Generals Citing Escalation Concerns With Russia Are Empowering China, Iran

Mark Levin: “The same damn generals in U.S. Department of Defense, the same joint chiefs of staff, the same President of the United States, the same Vice President of the United States, the same Secretary of Defense, who surrendered in Afghanistan, the same Secretary of State, who surrendered all leverage we had with the President of the United States, with Putin, prior to him invading, the same Secretary of State and president who are effectively arming the Iranians with nuclear weapons as I speak, they are the ones who are afraid, ‘oh, we don’t want to escalate?”

Hunter Biden laptop repairman only has one regret: Miranda Devine

The Fox News contributor and ‘Laptop from Hell’ author discusses Jon Paul Mac Isaac on ‘Fox & Friends.’

China Caught Red-Handed ft. Peter Schweizer | The Liz Wheeler Show

Are American politicians and corporations aiding the Chinese Communist Party in destroying America?

We all know China is working to undermine American interests, but the level of corruption happening here at home is beyond what anyone imagined.

Peter Schweizer joins Liz to detail the dirty dealings of prominent American politicians and corporations.

Beijing wants to decapitate the United States, but how wide and deep does the plot go? Schweizer reveals how we can hold our corporations, institutions, and government accountable before it’s too late.

The tragedy of the Left’s gender madness

Insanity: YouTube Censors Trump Interview!

Insanity: YouTube Censors Trump Interview!

Guys the Nelk Boys interviewed Trump, it went viral, and YouTube ripped it down! Insanity.

Donald Trump: We don’t have freedom of speech anymore

The 45th president said the nation has never seen a period of time like this. One America’s Christina Bobb has more from Donald Trump at his ‘Save America’ rally in South Carolina.

Hard-working British people are being crushed … and it has NOTHING to do with Ukraine

Russia, Russia, Russia. A different perspective. Part 2.

Please see first post for introduction, Russia, Russia, Russia. A different perspective. I am NOT a Russian sympathizer.

I’m sure you heard that YouTube Flagged “Ukraine On Fire” Documentary From 2016.

I checked it out and it’s well worth the time to watch! It’s definitely NOT what the mainstream media and our politicians are pushing.

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