A Mystery Animal Swoops Past A Deer In This Trail Cam Photo

To be perfectly honest, the acronym “UFO” doesn’t really work for today’s reader-submitted trail camera photo. Instead, I probably should have used “UFA” — Unidentified Flying Animal.

That’s Ken Beland’s thought, anyway: The Newport man is quite confident that the shiny image in this photo is a critter of some kind or another. But what is it?

“I enjoy playing the ‘what is it?’ game in the trail cam series. Here is another night photo with uncertainty that you are welcome to use,” Beland said. “What is certain is the spike buck on the left side of the picture. What is less certain is the UFO to the right of the deer and closer to the camera.”



Members Are Quitting Mar-A-Lago Because It Has Become a ‘Sad’ And ‘Dispirited’ Place Since Trump Moved In!!


  • Trump’s Mar-a-Lago golf resort has become a ‘sad place’ since he moved in, an expert on the resort told MSNBC.
  • Members are quitting and want nothing to do with Trump, Laurence Leamer told the cable channel.
  • Previous reports said that Trump’s Florida neighbors have taken legal action to stop him from taking up residence.
  • Former President Donald Trump’s return to his glitzy Florida golf resort — Mar-a-Lago – has reportedly not been met with fanfare by the club’s wealthy members.Mar-a-Lago’s mood is “dispirited,” and people are canceling their memberships, the author of a book on the resort told MSNBC.”I’ve talked to a bunch of people the last couple of days,” Laurence Leamer told the cable channel. “A lot of people have quit Mar-a-Lago.”

    The author of “Mar-a-Lago: Inside the Gates of Power at Donald Trump’s Presidential Palace” then remarked that members are leaving due to concerns that they might be featured in newspaper articles.

  • Read more: 10 huge hits to Trump’s business from the pandemic that may be permanent.Leamer says Trump’s declining popularity has also turned off members.He told MSNBC: “They don’t want anything to do with Donald Trump. Many of the members, they’re not going there very often because it’s a very dispirited place.”

    He continued: “It’s a sad place for Trump to be hanging out. It’s not what it was.”


How Can You ‘NOT Gag’ Watching This

Winston Smith would never want for work under the Biden’s Handlers Administration. His job in 1984 was to revise history to comply with the current party line. His job now would be to retroactively alter news stories so as to cast Democrats in the best possible light — then alter them again after corrupt publications like the Washington Post get caught playing favorites.

From Reason:

When The Washington Post published a 2019 campaign trail feature about then-presidential hopeful Kamala Harris’ close relationship with her sister, it opened with a memorable anecdote in which Harris bizarrely compared the rigors of the campaign trail to…life behind bars.

And then proceeded to laugh—at the idea of an inmate begging for a sip of water.

It was an extremely cringeworthy moment, even by the high standards set by Harris’ failed presidential campaign. But now that Harris is vice president, that awful moment has seemingly vanished from the Post’s website after the paper “updated” the piece earlier this month.

In the excised piece, Harris compares being able to take a SoulCycle class during a campaign to a starving prisoner getting a morsel of food. The following was erased:

“It’s a treat that a prisoner gets when they ask for, ‘A morsel of food please,’ ” Kamala said shoving her hands forward as if clutching a metal plate, her voice now trembling like an old British man locked in a Dickensian jail cell. “‘And water! I just want wahtahhh….’Your standards really go out the f—ing window.”

Kamala burst into laughter.


Throughout the final, frenzied days of the Trump administration, a reporter rode shotgun with the outgoing acting defense secretary, Christopher Miller, the man who, under the distracted eye of his commander in chief, became America’s de facto guardian.

Georgia Man Scams Nearly $1 Million From Krogers…

Via NY Post:

When this enterprising teen got a job at a Georgia Kroger, he got right to work – scamming nearly $1 million from the store during the two weeks he worked there, according to police.

Police in Gwinnett County said 19-year-old Tre Brown scammed more than $980,000 from the Duluth, Georgia, grocery store where he worked in December and January.

Brown created more than 40 returns for non-existent items and put them on credit cards, police said. The returns ranged in price from $75 to more than $87,000.


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Jobless Claims Remained At Historic Highs Last Week, As Biden Inherits The “WORST” Job Market Of Any Modern President


Another 900,000 people filed new unemployment claims last week, President Donald Trump’s last in office, a snapshot of the significant labor market challenges facing President Joe Biden.An additional 423,000 people in 47 states filed new claims for Pandemic Unemployment Assistance, the program created to help gig and self-employed workers.

Altogether, nearly 16 million people were claiming benefits as of Jan. 2, the last week available for that measurement. That number is expected to increase in the coming weeks as people who were dropped from the unemployment rolls after their benefits expired file new claims to take advantage of the extension passed by Congress at the last minute in December.

The number of new unemployment claims filed each week has remained above the pre-pandemic record of 695,000 since coronavirus cases starting rising in March. Jobless claims have also risen in recent weeks.

Economists have cautioned about reading too deeply into the weekly fluctuations of the statistic, noting that issues with data processing and duplicate claims have at times inflated the numbers.