Thursday, February 22, 2024


Donald Trump suggested at least a half-dozen names for his vice-presidential shortlist, including  Sen. Tim Scott, Gov. Ron DeSantis, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, Vivek Ramaswamy, Gov. Kristi Noem, and Rep. Byron Donalds. (More

The Biden administration canceled $1.2 billion in student debt for more than 150,000 borrowers who met specific qualifications, including having made at least ten years of payments. (More)

 Former CNN anchor John Avlon announced he was running for Congress as a Democrat in the Long Island district, a seat currently held by first-term Republican Rep. Nick LaLota. (More)

California’s budget crisis appears to be worse than Gov. Gavin Newsom projected, perhaps as high as a record $73 billion. Last month, the shortfall was forecast to be $58 billion. (More)

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How To Entirely Empty Your Bowels Every Morning – Top Surgeon Explains How

We’ve been told our whole lives to eat certain fruits, vegetables, and whole grains to stay in good health.

However, according to Dr. Steven Gundry — a world-renowned heart surgeon — many so called “health foods” in the American diet contain a dangerous toxin that could be expanding your waistline.

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One day after they were unanimously selected No. 1 in the country, UConn basketball fell by double digits to No. 15 Creighton, 85-66. Huskies coach Danny Hurley said, “We just ran into a buzz saw.” (More

 Iowa’s Caitlin Clark, women’s college basketball’s all-time leading scorer, has sold more branded merchandise through apparel company Fanatics than any other college athlete in the Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) era. (More)  

 Garth Brooks was so impressed by Travis Kelce’s drunken version of “Friends in Low Places” during the Super Bowl parade that he invited the Kansas City Chiefs tight end to sing at the opening of his new bar in Nashville. (See Video


Trend LineMarket Report   2/21/24

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Palo Alto Networks, Inc.

➤ Big Stock Move: Palo Alto Networks shares plummeted 28% Wednesday on a weak earnings report and news that the cyber-security company was shifting its sales strategy. (More)

Amazon will enter the Dow Jones Industrial Average Monday after Walmart’s decision to do a 3-to-1 stock split led the Dow to force Walgreens out. (More

➤ Boeing has replaced the VP and general manager of its 737 Max program following several damaging incidents involving the popular narrow-body airliner. (More

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DIY: How To Take Years Off Your Neck’s Appearance

Renowned plastic surgeon Dr. John Layke: “If you have sagging jowls, “turkey neck,” “necklace lines,” or a droopy double chin, you may appear up to 15-20 years OLDER than you really are.”

However, earlier this year, Dr. Layke revealed there is a simple and effective way to help take years off your neck’s appearance in as little as 30 seconds.

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Science & Technology

Researchers have developed a deep brain stimulation device, a “pacemaker for the brain,” as a potential treatment for depression, Parkinson’s disease, and epilepsy. (More

➤ Odysseus, a lunar lander built by Intuitive Machines, is scheduled to become the first private spacecraft to soft-land on the moon this afternoon. (More

➤ Apple has asked iPhone users not to place their wet smartphones in a bowl of rice. Instead, it suggests users wait 30 minutes or gently tap the device to remove the water and let it dry. (See Apple Suggestions

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Thursday Polling Station

➤ Most Americans say their side in politics is losing more often than they’re winning, a feeling that’s grown among both political parties by 15 points since 2020. (See Poll)

➤ Only 18% of Americans think the federal government is properly handling the increase in migrants crossing the southern border. (More)

➤ Roughly 75% of Americans view the conflicts in the Mideast and Ukraine as important to U.S. national interests, and more than half see those wars as personally important to them. (See Results)

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Et Cetera

➤ A Maryland fisherman landed a 17.44-pound rainbow trout, setting a state record, after a 30-minute battle to land the nearly one-yard-long fish. (See Photo)

➤ Beyonce’s new country single, “Texas Hold ‘Em,” debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard country charts, a new genre for the superstar entertainer. (Hear Song: mild profanity warning)

➤ An 8-year-old Singaporean chess prodigy set a new record by defeating a 37-year-old grandmaster in a tournament match. The young player learned chess at age four from an online platform. (See Photo)

The mountain town of Silverton, Colorado, hosts a winter “skijoring” competition, which involves a person on skis getting a wild ride while being pulled by ropes attached to a horse. (See Video)

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Poll Position

 Have you ever traveled by passenger train?

  1. Yes
  2. No

Wednesday’s Results:

Which of these Flyover readers’ comics of choice is your favorite?

  1. Family Circus: 31%
  2. B.C.: 22%
  3. Beetle Bailey: 22%
  4. Bloom County: 10%
  5. L’il Abner: 7%
  6. Dick Tracy: 6%

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“Stupid, man. Just pulled a gun out and started shooting. I shouldn’t have done that. Just being stupid.”

Lyndell Mays, one of the men charged with murder in the Super Bowl parade shootings in Kansas City

TriviaToday’s Trivia

What famous person in 1863 saved the life of Abraham Lincoln’s son Robert?

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