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C-SPAN caller on Thanksgiving: ‘I give thanks that I can protect myself like the Rittenhouse kid did’

A C-SPAN caller from Louisiana celebrated Thanksgiving by revealing that he is grateful that he can follow Kyle Rittenhouse’s example of legally shooting people. The caller named Randy began by agreeing with other viewers who thanked God for the United States of America. “Thank God for the Constitution,” he explained in a Thanksgiving day rant. “And they’re about to rip that apart. It looks like they’re going to try to.” Randy said that he felt

Elderly couple goes missing on way to Roswell for Thanksgiving

The Roswell Police Department is asking for your help locating a missing elderly couple. Vivian Bryson, age 77, and her husband Winford Bryson, age 81, left their home in North Carolina on Wednesday, en route to visit family in Roswell for Thanksgiving. They were expected around 4 p.m. Wednesday at an address in the 200 block of Wexford Overlook Dr. but did not arrive. According to the Roswell Police Department, Vivian is known to suffer from

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SUV tragedy in Wisconsin shows how vehicles can be used as a weapon of mass killing – intentionally or not

Police have yet to confirm what caused a driver to plow a red SUV into a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin, on Nov. 21, 2021, killing at least five people and injuring scores more. But one thing is clear: Vehicles can be a deadly weapon, whether used deliberately or unintentionally. The suspect, identified as Darrell Brooks Jr., is expected to face charges including five counts of intentional homicide. It has emerged that Brooks was previously

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Georgia prosecutor booked into jail for mishandling Ahmaud Arbery case

The former prosecutor charged with misconduct in the Ahmaud Arbery case was booked into a Georgia jail the same day three men were convicted of murdering the Black jogger. Former Brunswick Judicial Circuit district attorney Jackie Johnson turned herself in Wednesday morning at the Glynn County jail and later released on her own recognizance after she was indicted last week on a felony charge of violating her oath of office and a misdemeanor count of

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Trump has his ‘boot on the neck’ of the GOP — and strategists are scared he’ll derail it: Maggie Haberman

On CNN Thursday, New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman discussed recent reports that the Republican National Committee is still paying some of the legal expenses of former President Donald Trump — an arrangement that has some Republican officials upset. “If you’re Ron DeSantis, or Chris Christie, or any of these potential 2024 candidates, what do you think?” said anchor John Berman. “You’re, like, hey, RNC, you are helping, politically, someone who we may be running