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Today is June 8. Below are some of the stories grabbing headlines this evening. I hope you share this evening briefing, as doing so will help others learn about the BEST SOURCE for political news you can TRUST! And don’t forget to download the free DML News App from the Google Play or Apple App Store to remain connected to me throughout the day, every day!
1 -Noreen Nash dead at 99: MGM star of Giant and The Southerner passes away from natural causes at her home in Beverly Hills
Daily Mail reported: Silver screen star Noreen Nash, who enjoyed a two-decade acting career during Hollywood’s glamorous studio era, passed away – at age 99 – from natural causes in her Beverly Hills home on Tuesday.
The Washington State-born beauty’s eldest son Lee Siegel Jr. confirmed the sad news to the Hollywood Reporter on Thursday.
Among Noreen’s more memorable roles was as Texan cotton farmer Becky Devers, the daughter of J. Carrol Naish’s character, in Jean Renoir’s 1945 drama The Southerner.
— Daily Mail Online (@MailOnline) June 8, 2023
Katrina L: Sad news about a beautiful actress. Praying for her family.
2 – California man who pummeled, shot at female deputy found not guilty despite video of attack
Fox News reported: A California man who was caught on video pummeling a sheriff’s deputy and shooting at her with her own gun in 2019 was found not guilty of attempted murder and other charges by a jury, with the victim saying the decision sets a bad precedent for law enforcement.
Former San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Deputy Meagan McCarthy was the closest law enforcement officer when a frantic 911 call came in from a mother, pleading with dispatch for help and for someone to save her from her own son.
McCarthy rushed to the home and saw a man with “clenched fists” who came outside and then made a “bee-line” in her direction as she got out of her patrol vehicle. Behind him was his mother, with a knife in her hand and still on the phone with dispatch.
“The 911 call came out for an unknown problem, which basically means there’s something going on, we just don’t know,” McCarthy told Fox News Digital. “So the woman on the other end says to dispatch, ‘Oh, my God, oh, my God! Get my son out of here.’ And she kind of goes quiet on the line. That prompts a priority 1 response, which means somebody needs to get there right now.”
McCarthy was the first deputy to arrive at the house and the suspect, Ari Young, looked “very angry,” she said. Video taken on a neighbor’s cellphone shows he started pummeling her in the face. He then beat her to the ground, seized her gun and began firing shots in her direction. Her injuries included a broken thumb and a black eye.
Katrina L: So how did he get away with it? His lawyer, Raj Malin, said it came down to whether the detention of Young was legal. “If it’s not, then he’s not guilty. … He could punch her 100 times, and it wouldn’t matter,” he said – and a bunch of stupid California jurors agreed. They did find him guilty of negligent discharge of a firearm. Seriously unreal. We really are living in a clown world.
3 –Guy in stolen school bus leads cops on wild, two-state chase, dramatic dashcam video shows
New York Post reported: A driver in a stolen school bus led cops on a wild, 80-mile high-speed chase across two states before he crashed in Indiana — and it was all caught on dramatic dashcam video.
Police said the bus was stolen from Cincinnati, Ohio last week and soon had cops from multiple agencies tailing behind for more than 50 minutes as it barreled erratically down Interstate 74, footage aired Wednesday by WXIX-TV shows.
At one point the bus, which police said was not carrying any passengers, strikes the curb and nearly topples over — but veers back onto the road and races on with about a half-dozen cops following close behind.
The May 30 chase crossed the Indiana state line and onto State Route 9 in Shelbyville, where it finally careened onto the cornfield and bounced to a stop, the video shows.
Police converged on the bus with guns drawn and grabbed the driver — later identified as 32-year-old Chad Murdock.
A wild ride through Southeastern Indiana as cops chased a stolen school bus through corn fields and front yards. Bus was stolen in Cincinnati and chase eventually ended in a field more than 70 miles away. More video and full story tonight on @FOX59 and @CBS4Indy pic.twitter.com/GRljKM0KEu
— Max Lewis (@MaxLewisTV) May 31, 2023
Katrina L: God bless those officers.
4 – Biden announces new Department of Education position to combat ‘book bans’
Washington Examiner reported: The Biden administration will create a new position at the Department of Education to combat what it said was an increase in book bans in public schools across the country.
The administration did not announce this week who would be named to the newly created position, which will be contained within the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights and will be tasked with educating school districts about potential violations of federal law if certain books are removed from school libraries.
“Across the country, our nation faces a spike in book bans — efforts that disproportionately strip books about LGBTQI+ communities, communities of color, and other communities off of library and classroom shelves,” the White House said in a Thursday press release. “In fact, 2022 saw the highest number of book bans in 20 years. Book banning erodes our democracy, removes vital resources for student learning, and can contribute to the stigma and isolation that LGBTQI+ people and other communities face.”
“The Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights will appoint a new coordinator to lead the charge on book banning, and to offer trainings and resources to schools to help them understand that students have a right to learn free from discrimination, and that book bans may violate federal civil rights laws if they create a hostile environment for students,” White House domestic policy advisor Neera Tanden said.
Biden announces new Department of Education position to combat ‘book bans’ | Washington Examiner https://t.co/GF8W6xLcvh
— Stephen Alter (@StephenAlter4) June 8, 2023
Katrina L: Translation: They are desperate to keep pornography, sexualization of children, and grooming in your school’s library.
5 – POLL RESULTS: Should Canada be held responsible for the wildfires?
Earlier today we reported: “Intense wildfires in Canada have led to poor air quality levels across North America, prompting authorities to advise millions of people to wear N95 masks when outdoors…should Canada be held responsible for the impact the wild fires are wreaking on New York City and other U.S. areas? Some have questioned if the fires were made naturally or if they were manmade.”
We asked you: Should Canada be held accountable for their wildfires polluting NYC and other U.S. areas?
Below are the results of our poll:
- Yes, they should be held accountable to some capacity 65.96%
- No, it’s truly out of their control 27%
- Unsure 7.03%
6 – BONUS VIDEO:
Deeply disturbing trend.
Our enemies are LAUGHING AT US.
Absolutely DISGUSTING! pic.twitter.com/U4V2kHr0Wj
— Graham Allen (@GrahamAllen_1) June 8, 2023
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