Author: Charlotte Pence Bond

Director For Jackson Women’s Health Organization Says She Is Planning To Open Clinic In New Mexico If Roe Is Overturned

Shannon Brewer is the director of Mississippi’s one abortion clinic, and she is planning to potentially start a clinic in New Mexico if the Supreme Court delivers a ruling to overturn Roe v. Wade. Brewer is the director of Jackson Women’s Health Organization, which is the facility involved in the monumental case, Dobbs vs. Jackson …

Secretary Mayorkas Defends Disinformation Governance Board From ‘Ministry Of Truth’ Accusations

Over the weekend, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas defended the decision to launch a new disinformation board, which led to swift and wide ranging criticism. Mayorkas was already under fire for his decisions pertaining to the border, but he made headlines again this weekend when he talked about the new controversial Disinformation Governance Board, which …

BLM Leader Removed From Mayoral Debate

A leader of Black Lives Matter-Los Angeles was forcibly taken away from a mayoral debate on Sunday night by campus law enforcement at Cal State Los Angeles.  That leader is Melina Abdullah, who is also a professor at Cal State L.A.  Abdullah told The Los Angeles Times she was taken out of the room by police …

California Water District Announces ‘Emergency Water Conservation Program’ For First Time Ever

The drought in California continues to impact the state and has forced a water supplier to create “emergency” conservation efforts for the first time, impacting around 6 million individuals. On Tuesday, the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California’s (MWD) board announced a Water Shortage Emergency, putting forward an emergency program “requiring member agencies in State …

Prosecutors Wouldn’t Approve A Murder Charge After Confession, So The Police Commander Stepped In: Report

A police commander in Chicago went around prosecutors to approve murder charges in order to keep a man behind bars. The man in question allegedly admitted to murdering a person with a hammer, per law enforcement sources and legal records, as CWB Chicago reported.  The state’s attorney’s felony review division “was going with possible self-defense …