Author: Zach Jewell

Two Planes Collide In Mid Air, Multiple Fatalities Reported

Multiple people are reported dead after two small airplanes collided in mid air as they were attempting to land at the Watsonville Municipal Airport in Santa Cruz, California, Thursday afternoon. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) reported that two people were in a twin-engine Cessna 340 and one person was on-board a single-engine Cessna 152 when …

Japan’s Government Wants Young People To Drink More Alcohol

Japan’s National Tax Agency, a government division responsible for collecting taxes, is sponsoring a unique business strategy contest in hopes of enticing more young people to drink alcohol. The online contest titled “Sake Viva!” asks young people to submit their ideas for getting the younger generation to spend more money on booze. The tax agency …

New York’s 9/11 Tribute Museum Closes Permanently

A Manhattan museum dedicated to remembering those lost in the 9/11 terror attacks shut its doors permanently Wednesday afternoon, citing financial losses from the COVID pandemic shutdowns. The 9/11 Tribute Museum struggled to get revenue back to pre-pandemic levels, making it impossible for the museum’s founding group, the September 11th Families’ Association, to get out …

Matt Walsh Has ‘A Real Easy Solution’ For Children’s Hospital Worried About Angry Messages Over Transgender Treatment

Daily Wire host Matt Walsh suggested that Boston Children’s Hospital “stop hurting kids” if it wants angry emails and phone calls to go away after the children’s medical center posted a video promoting hysterectomies for girls who want to transition out of a female body. In the video, Pediatric Gynecologist Frances Grimstad, MD, MS — …

Asset Management Firm Founder: State AGs Have ‘A Lot Of Power’ To Fight Woke Corporations’ ESG Initiatives

Vivek Ramaswamy, the founder of anti-woke asset management firm Strive, stressed to Morning Wire Wednesday that state attorneys general should use their power to fight back against financial institutions pushing Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) standards. Ramaswamy referred to multiple states recently taking action against financial institutions that force their ESG agenda on investors who …

Dodge Ending Production Of Iconic Muscle Cars To Push Forward With Electric Vehicles

Dodge will stop producing its popular Charger and Challenger muscle cars at the end of 2023 as the motor company transitions to making electric vehicles (EVs). The move relates to the company’s commitment to transition away from gas-powered vehicles and toward EVs because of emissions regulations. CNBC reported that Dodge’s parent company Stellantis, formerly known …

Former Federal Prosecutor: ‘Seven Chances In Ten’ Trump Gets Indicted

Former federal prosecutor Andrew McCarthy told Daily Wire host Andrew Klavan Friday that he believes there are “seven chances in ten” the Department of Justice (DOJ) indicts former President Donald Trump on federal charges. On Monday, the FBI removed 11 sets of classified information from Trump’s home in southern Florida, reportedly taking some documents marked …

House Explodes In Indiana Leaving 3 Dead, 39 Homes Damaged

Three people are dead and at least 39 homes damaged after an explosion leveled a house in Indiana Wednesday afternoon. The explosion rocked a neighborhood in Evansville, with drone footage showing one house completely destroyed from the blast. The coroner confirmed that three people had died from the explosion, Tristate reported. One other person was …

WATCH: Plane Crash Lands On Southern California Freeway

The pilot of a single-engine plane crash landed in between cars on a freeway in Riverside, California, on Tuesday before the plane burst into flames without injuring anyone involved. The two people in the cockpit made it out unharmed after their Piper PA-32 landed between numerous vehicles and slid to the side of the eastbound …