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Muneer Lyati – A renowned name in the Automotive Industry
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Muneer Lyati – A renowned name in the Automotive Industry

As a young boy, Muneer Lyati was fascinated with cars. But his dreams were not to own a red convertible or to be a Nascar driver, his imagination was more unique than that. Muneer envisioned a future with smarter, more efficient cars. "I wanted to replace drivers with computers, gas with electricity. I was very interested in that as a young kid." Years later, the young dreamer has surpassed his imagination. He is now a pioneer in the automotive engineering field and has recently shown his capability as a writer as well, penning and publishing his own book. Muneer Lyati was born in Saudi Arabia and grew up in the city of Mecca. He completed his education at the Jeddah College of Technology, receiving his degree in mechanical engineering with a focus on automotive engineering. ...
Mike Lindell, MyPillow CEO: ‘Six months from now, Trump will be our real president’
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Mike Lindell, MyPillow CEO: ‘Six months from now, Trump will be our real president’

Mike Lindell says that before year’s end, you can take the “former” off “former President Donald Trump.” In an interview with Rolling Stone, the MyPillow CEO said that by then the election will have been overturned and Mr. Trump restored to the White House. “Six months from now, Trump will be our real president and our country will be heading toward its greatest rebirth in history,” he told the magazine in a newsfeature about Mr. Trump’s most die-hard supporters that was published Monday. It does move back some of Mr. Lindell’s earlier claims that Mr. Trump will be back in the White House in August. “Trump won 80 million to 68 million,” Mr. Lindell said in the interview, claiming that the number will be confirmed when all 50 states do audits as is being done in Maricopa County, Arizona. Th...
Bring back Trump to call out China and the Globalists
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Bring back Trump to call out China and the Globalists

ANALYSIS/OPINION: Blundering Joe Biden and the Old Gang are back together again. For 50 years now, the Globalists of Olde Europe have been getting it all wrong. And Mr. Biden has been there pretty much every step of the way. Only in Washington could a guy like Joe Biden — who has been wrong about everything — rise to the very top. In the land of the deaf, dumb and blind, the guy who can still taste ice cream is king. At this latest gathering of the Globalist 7, world leaders basically just breathed a heavy sigh of relief that Donald Trump was no longer in their midst. He was not nice. And he did not like getting ripped off. Worst of all, he made no secret that his primary concern is the best interest of his own county, America. As the vulgar Mr. Trump likes to say, “America First!” It now ...
Mike Pompeo has ‘high confidence’ Wuhan lab is linked to China’s military
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Mike Pompeo has ‘high confidence’ Wuhan lab is linked to China’s military

Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said he has “high confidence” in an assessment published by the State Department in January linking the controversial Wuhan Institute of Virology to the Chinese military. Mr. Pompeo, a former CIA director, was among the first government officials to press the case last year that the COVID-19 pandemic could have sprung from an accident or viral escape from the Wuhan laboratory rather than naturally from an animal host. “I was in a position where we could see the accumulating evidence,” he said in an interview with The Washington Times. “Every piece of evidence that we turned over, every rock that we pulled up suggested that this virology lab had all the hallmarks of a place where this could have leaked.” Then, U.S. government officials began seeing what...
Republicans propose censure of Ilhan Omar and ‘The Squad’ for anti-Israel, anti-U.S. rhetoric
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Republicans propose censure of Ilhan Omar and ‘The Squad’ for anti-Israel, anti-U.S. rhetoric

House Republicans on Monday announced plans to censure Rep. Ilhan Omar and the three other members of “The Squad” over their comments last week equating the U.S. and Israel to Hamas and the Taliban. The resolution was aimed at condemning Ms. Omar along with Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York, Rashida Tlaib of Michigan and Ayanna Pressley of Massachusetts. Republicans said their rhetoric defended terrorist organizations and contributed to antisemitic attacks. “Last week, congresswoman Ilhan Omar compared the United States and Israel to Hamas and the Taliban,” said Claudia Tenney, New York Republican and one of the lead sponsors of the resolution. “Sadly, this is not out of character for The Squad, who have made a habit of trafficking in antisemitic rhetoric. Their actions have been ...
Republicans introduce bills to strip federal funds from schools that teach the ‘1619 Project’
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Republicans introduce bills to strip federal funds from schools that teach the ‘1619 Project’

House and Senate Republicans introduced bills on Monday that would bar federal funds from being used to teach The New York Times’ “1619 Project.” The measures are unlikely to pass the Democratic-run Congress, but the bills reflect mounting opposition to efforts to form school curriculums with the newspaper series, which reframed U.S. history with a focus on slavery and racism as the defining characteristic of the American experience. “Activists in schools want to teach our kids to hate America and hate each other using discredited, Critical Race Theory curricula like the 1619 Project. Federal funds should not pay for activists to masquerade as teachers and indoctrinate our youth,” said Sen. Tom Cotton, Arkansas Republican, the bill’s main sponsor in the Senate. “High-quality civics educati...
Joe Biden to NATO: Republican Party is ‘vastly diminished’ after Jan. 6
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Joe Biden to NATO: Republican Party is ‘vastly diminished’ after Jan. 6

President Biden said Monday that he’s assured NATO allies that the Republican party is “vastly diminished,” and they need not fear a repeat of the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. “The Republican Party is vastly diminished in numbers, the leadership of the Republican Party is fractured, and the Trump wing of the party is the bulk of the party, but it makes up a significant minority of the American people,” he said at a press conference in Brussels. Speaking after a day of meetings at the NATO summit, Mr. Biden said America’s allies view the U.S. as a “decent, honorable nation.” “I think that they’ve seen things happen as we have that shocked and surprised them, but I think they believe, like I do, that the American people are not going to sustain that kind of behavior,” he continued. Mr....
China’s rise colors Biden-Putin summit
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China’s rise colors Biden-Putin summit

President Biden’s high-stakes summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin is expected to be dominated by friction over Russian-linked cyberattacks, election interference and human rights abuses and what U.S. officials see as a meddlesome Kremlin foreign policy aimed at undermining efforts to promote stability and democracy around the world. Beyond the headline clashes, however, a growing concern is lurking in both Washington and Moscow over China’s rise as a nuclear-armed global power. Beijing is not constrained by once-revered but now increasingly outmoded U.S.-Russian nuclear arms control architecture. Mr. Biden and Mr. Putin are unlikely to see eye to eye during their one-day summit in Switzerland on dealing with China, let alone find a way to cooperate on containing Beijing‘s increasi...
America giddy with post-pandemic normalcy: Baseball, church, proms, weddings, vacation getaways
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America giddy with post-pandemic normalcy: Baseball, church, proms, weddings, vacation getaways

Tuxedo rentals at Men’s Wearhouse are nearing 2019 levels after hardly any event business in February, Sam’s Club is selling more party supplies, and librarians in South Carolina are “practically giddy” after lifting mask rules this month and seeing children come for story time. “For some of them, it’s the first time they’ve been inside the library for over a year,” said Melanie Huggins, executive director of the Richland Library system based in Columbia. “To see people in the building on a more regular basis, feeling comfortable, not wearing masks — it definitely is a sign we’re moving in the right direction.” A lot of the talk of post-lockdown life is about big-ticket pleasures. Americans are filling ballparks, Broadway is staging a September comeback and travel agents are booking dream ...
Central America nation-building unlikely to stem immigration tide, study finds
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Central America nation-building unlikely to stem immigration tide, study finds

A Homeland Security-backed study has found that it’s unlikely Central American countries can boost their economies enough to stop people from trying to migrate to the U.S., undercutting President Biden’s plans to rely on nation-building to curb the border surge. Incomes rise tenfold — an incomparable lure — for migrants from the key Northern Triangle countries of Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador by working in the U.S., according to the Borders, Trade and Immigration Institute. “The potential economic gain following migration from the Northern Triangle to the U.S. is enormous,” the institute concluded. “In the presence of a wage gap this large, even significant percentage changes in home-country income will have relatively little quantitative impact on the gain that could be expected fro...