Yesterday was certainly an interesting and newsworthy day regarding the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse. After numerous days of the prosecution faceplanting, Rittenhouse himself took the stand in a move that was both shocking and risky. RedState covered the results of that here, here, and here, and to be sure, the testimony that was given and the behavior of the prosecutor will now play a large role in the outcome.
A month after Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom bragged that California “continues to lead the nation with the lowest COVID case rate,” infections have rocketed in his state despite oppressive mask mandates and vaccine browbeating.
Although six House Democrats from the progressive wing of the party voted against passage of the $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi passed the bill late Friday night with the help of 13 Republicans. Hidden inside the 2,300 pages of this complete boondoggle of a bill are numerous dangerous provisions that would have our founders rolling in their graves.
The first lawsuits have been filed following the Astroworld Festival performance by rapper Travis Scott, in which eight people died. Scott and fellow rapper Drake have been accused of negligence and helping cause the stampede.