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California city votes to ban all Pride, non-US flags on city property

Voters in California’s conservative Huntington Beach approved a measure that would restrict all non-government flags from being flown on city property, prompting backlash from LGBTQ advocates.

Measure B, authored by Huntington Beach City Councilman Pat Burns, passed with more than half of the city’s vote, according to the latest tally on the county’s registrar website.

The measure, for which voters cast their ballots on Super Tuesday, will prohibit breast cancer awareness, Pride, Confederate and all other non-U.S flags on city property. Burns told Fox News Digital in an interview that the measure was not meant to be discriminatory against any group, but to encourage residents to unite under a common American identity. Most of the backlash Burns said he has received has been from LGBTQ advocates.

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“I’m against the identity politics, I think it’s divisive,” Burns said Friday. “I think it’s demeaning to be honest, that flag, that I find is so insulting to LGBTQ. And I know that they support it, but in my mind, it’s demeaning that they need some kind of special recognition to feel like they’re part of our community. People are equal and those kinds of things are divisive.” 

The city has previously flown the rainbow flag during Pride month over the last two years, Burns said. He added it had not been a major part of the city’s aesthetics prior to the measure. 

Only the U.S. flag, the State of California flag, the County of Orange flag, the City of Huntington Beach flag, the POW-MIA flag, the six Armed Forces flags and the Olympic flag during the Summer Olympic Games can be mounted on city property under the new measure.

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“I love differing opinions. I love checks and balances. That’s what makes us so great that we can have different voices, in society, but I just don’t think it’s our place as a city government, like, to play those identity politics,” Burns said.

Progressive groups in the community fired back at the measure’s passage. Peg Coley, the executive director of the LGBTQ Center Orange County, said in a statement to the media that the Huntinton Beach City Council is “run by a hateful majority whose only interest is advancing an agenda of intolerance for minority communities, including LGBTQ+ individuals.”

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“The pendulum always swings back and history is the harshest judge, but informed votes are the very best prevention,” the statement read.

However, the council can still vote to approve certain flags to be flown through a unanimous vote.

Last year, a city in Michigan also banned Pride flags on city property. Several other cities in New York and Connecticut enacted similar policies in 2022. 

Prime minister stunned when voters reject his bid to redefine family

Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar has conceded defeat in the vote over two constitutional amendments that would have broadened the definition of family and of women’s roles.

Varadkar previously told constituents that the referendum was a chance to do away with “very old-fashioned, very sexist language about women.”

The first of the constitutional amendments asked citizens to expand the definition of family from one founded on marriage to also include “durable relationships” such as cohabiting couples and their children. 

The second of the amendments would replace language around a mother’s roles to “duties in the home” in an effort to recognize care providers.

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Siobhán Mullally, a law professor and director of the Irish Center for Human Rights at the University of Galway, said that the referendum was a “missed opportunity” to provide a more-comprehensive definition of caretakers.

Mullally said that some disability rights and social justice advocates opposed the measure because it was too restrictive in defining caretakers. 

“It was a hugely missed opportunity,” Mullally said. “Most people certainly want that sexist language removed from the constitution. There’s been calls for that for years, and it’s taken so long to have a referendum on it. But they proposed replacing it with this very limited, weak provision on care.”

Varadkar, who pushed the vote, said that voters had delivered “two wallops” to the government.

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“Clearly we got it wrong,” he said. “While the old adage is that success has many fathers and failure is an orphan, I think when you lose by this kind of margin, there are a lot of people who got this wrong, and I am certainly one of them.”

Opponents of the constitutional amendments argued that the concept of “durable relationship” was undefined and confusing and that women and mothers were being “canceled” from the constitution.

“It was too rushed,” said Una Ui Dhuinn, a nurse in Dublin. “We didn’t get enough time to think about it and read up on it. So I felt, to be on the safe side, ‘no, no’ — no change.”

Caoimhe Doyle, a doctoral student, said that she voted yes to changing the definition of family, but no to the care amendment because “I don’t think it was explained very well.”

“There’s a worry there that they’re removing the burden on the state to take care of families,” she said.

The proposed amendments come as Ireland has slowly transformed from a conservative, Catholic country to an increasingly socially liberal society.

The proportion of residents who are Catholic fell from 94.9% in 1961 to 69% in 2022, according to the Central Statistics Office.

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The country of 5.3 million opted to end constitutional limits on same-sex marriage in 2015 and abortion in 2018.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

School district pays activists millions in taxpayer funds to push ‘racial justice’ on kids

A California activist group, Californians for Justice (CFJ), was paid “nearly $2 million to facilitate equity and leadership development training for students and teachers” between 2019 to 2023, per a Free Press report. 

The Long Beach Unified School District used taxpayer funds to pay CFJ, The Free Press revealed

CFJ pushes to teach youth about “racial justice” and is active in San Jose, Oakland, Fresno and Long Beach, according to the organization’s website

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Long Beach Unified School District spokesperson told Fox News Digital that it believed in educating students to value “justice, equity, and inclusion.” 

“Californians for Justice (CFJ) assists Long Beach Unified in developing programs at five comprehensive high schools, focusing on creating opportunities for students of color to have a voice in decision-making and experiences at the schools,” the spokesperson said in a statement. 

The spokesperson continued, “As a district, we collaborate with all communities, striving to educate students as stewards of justice, equity, and inclusion, celebrating our collective differences. Long Beach Unified values CFJ’s expertise in equity training and professional development for students, fostering an inclusive learning environment. Our practice of providing stipends, referred to as internships, up to $1,400 per student and family ensures equitable participation in CFJ programs, embracing diverse perspectives in education. We address concerns promptly, ensuring educational materials are unbiased.” 

The statement also claimed that the school district “prioritizes a safe, inclusive environment for staff, actively addressing instances of discrimination or exclusion.” 

The CFJ “has paid nearly 100 public high schoolers $1,400 each to learn how to fight for racial and social justice,” The Free Press reported. 

Four teachers told the outlets that the funds paid out to students and families is a “horrible propaganda strategy.” One teacher said that they were “shocked and horrified at such a fact.” 

CFJ holds forums on “student-led professional development” to train students on “implicit bias” and “antiblack racism,” The Free Press revealed, also sharing alleged contracts.

“One teacher, who asked not to be named out of fear of losing her job, told me these forums have transformed into a space for kids to simply air their grievances about school,” the outlet reported. The teacher also explained that while it was helpful to hear from students, they were “obviously reading scripts that have words that they don’t know how to say.”

“The way that they are handing scripts to students, even the words coming out of the students’ mouths,” the teacher continued, “it just feels like indoctrination and not information.” 

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A high school history teacher, Jay Goldfischer, criticized CFJ in comments to the Free Press. 

“One of the reasons that they were hired is to help our students find their voice and be able to express it,” Goldfischer said. “But in reality, CFJ is not helping students find their own voices. It’s giving them a scripted voice that’s not their own. 

“They’re teaching them parroting,” he added, “which is the exact opposite of how you empower children.”

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Bill Maher floats Biden swapping out Harris for former Trump official as running mate

“Real Time” host Bill Maher revealed his “dream” ticket for 2024 would be President Biden running alongside former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley.

Haley suspended her presidential campaign this week following a disappointing Super Tuesday turnout and refrained from throwing her support behind former President Trump, the sole Republican sailing towards the nomination. 

During Friday’s panel discussion, Maher insisted Haley doesn’t have a future in the Republican Party “as long as Trump is ascendent” and suggested a different political path for her. 

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“I know it’s crazy to think that she could run with Biden, but that’s my dream, a unity ticket,” Maher said. “And then he would, I think, definitely win.” 

“And of course, she’s said some crazy thing. Most politicians have- not as crazy as ‘We’ve never been a racist country.’ I mean, that’s pretty crazy,” Maher added.

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Puck correspondent Tara Palmeri argued that swapping Vice President Kamala Harris for Haley would “literally destroy” the Democratic base.

“But she’s a woman of color,” Maher doubled down. 

“Yeah but Black women are like the core of the Democratic Party,” Palmeri responded. 

“Okay, so not that,” Maher agreed. 

The HBO host then floated outgoing Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, as Biden’s Secretary of State.

“Something to reach across so that we don’t live in this world where everybody sees the other side as an existential threat,” Maher said. 

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Maher began workshopping the idea of swapping Harris out of the Democratic ticket in October 2022.

“What I could see is replacing the vice president,” Maher said at the time, which immediately sparked applause from his liberal audience. “Because she’s just not very popular anywhere. And it didn’t seem to work out. And, I don’t know, that’s been done before on a ticket.”

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Meanwhile, Haley has previously ruled out a third party run and nixed the idea of a unity ticket after one was floated by then-Democratic hopeful Dean Phillips, who also suspended his presidential campaign this week. 

Despite having signed the RNC pledge to support the eventual nominee in order to participate in the primary debates, Haley has yet to offer her endorsement to Trump, suggesting he first has to earn the support of her voters.

“It is now up to Donald Trump to earn the votes of those in our party and beyond it who did not support him. And I hope he does that,” Haley said Wednesday. “At its best, politics is about bringing people into your cause, not turning them away. And our conservative cause badly needs more people. This is now his time for choosing.”

Chris Hansen says hidden-camera sting operation shows migrant crime is ‘not a hoax’

“Takedown” host Chris Hansen — also known for his longtime show “To Catch a Predator,” which followed police sting operations targeting pedophiles — said his latest project led him to encounter migrants who were soliciting women for sex and others being solicited themselves.

Hansen told Fox News the idea of “migrant crime” is “not a hoax,” but becoming a real problem in some quarters where it has led to alleged criminal sex rings, after MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow and Jen Psaki mocked the issue being the top concern for voters in Virginia.

Maddow joked it does have a “very contested” border with West Virginia, which led Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.V., and Gov. Jim Justice to denounce the pundits as “liberal elites” who insult Mountaineers and all concerned Americans.

Hansen said the issue is a serious one for many states far-flung from the border, including Florida, where he recently spent a week undercover with Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd and his deputies during a child predation and human-trafficking probe.

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“On the human-trafficking side, [there were] 228 people arrested in a week — 10% were illegal immigrant citizens from other countries,” he said.

When asked if those encountered were being trafficked or conducting the trafficking, Hansen replied: “It’s both.”

“In one case… which you’ll see this coming up on True Blue [network], we have two women coming into a hotel room, all on hidden camera being recorded. They cut a deal [for] sex with the undercover,” he said on “Jesse Watters Primetime.”

“Two women — $1,300. And later, after the arrest, they told investigators they had to earn $3,000 a week to pay the people who smuggle them into this country.”

Watters summarized Hansen’s operation as one in which people become “indebted to the cartels that traffic them, and they pay off that debt through a life of crime in the United States.”

Hansen said in the Polk County sting, three Venezuelan nationals were arrested.

“One man, who was pimping these women out, and the two victims of human trafficking,” he said.

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Hansen took issue with claims from the left that crime is down in migrant epicenters, saying that might be true for the overall crime rate, but cited cases of “horrific crimes,” like the alleged murder of Laken Riley by a Venezuelan migrant in Georgia.

Of the estimated 79,000 illegal immigrants who came into the United States with criminal histories, each on average has committed at least four additional crimes, Hansen claimed.

“Suddenly 79,000 turns into 300,000,” Hansen said, adding agencies like the Immigration & Naturalization Service and the Border Patrol want to work to quash the crisis, but policies like those in sanctuary cities prevent them from doing so.

He also recounted speaking with a sheriff of an Arizona border county who claimed as many as 250 children who crossed the border there have become unaccounted for in the nation’s interior.

Watters further cited a recent CBS News interview with former Biden-era Border Patrol Chief Raul Ortiz, who said he has never had a conversation on-the-job with his ultimate boss.

“I was the chief of the Border Patrol. I commanded 21,000 people. That’s a problem,” Ortiz said last month.

Judd, the sheriff whose department Hansen shadowed, had commenced “Operation March Sadness” on Feb. 22, and reportedly arrested 21 illegal immigrants among the 228 netted in the human-trafficking crackdown.

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“We have a crisis at the border, and because of the crisis at the border, we have people that are victimizing illegal folks, forcing them into the sex trade,” Judd said, saying that no one in power pays proper attention to the crisis.

Judd said President Biden’s Homeland Security department gave migrants identification and paperwork allowing them to fly on the taxpayer’s dime.

“You know how Southwest will let your bags fly free? The federal government will let your illegal immigrants fly free,” he said.

FOX News Digital’s Louis Casiano Jr. contributed to this report.

Costco taps into silver coins sales following overnight success of gold bars

After Costco’s gold bars flew off the shelves, the wholesale retailer turned to selling silver coins. 

Sold in 25 tubes, the 1-ounce Canada Maple Leaf Silver Coins are priced at $679.99.

The coins from the Royal Canadian Mint have a image King Charles III on one side and a maple leaf on the other. 

They have a face value of 5 Canadian dollars each.

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The silver coins are 99.99% pure, Costco said.

Members can buy a maximum of five tubes of silver coins, which are non-refundable.

Some shoppers say their coins from Costco were scratched when they arrived.

The Royal Canadian Mint said that the silver coins feature “enhanced” security features, that will reduce the likelihood of them developing white discoloration spots.

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However, some silver coin shoppers at Costco said that their coins arrived at their homes scratched.

Similarly to the gold bars, the coins have sold out online, but prospective buyers can check with their local Costco to see if there is availability.

In December, Costco’s chief financial officer said that they sold $100 million of gold bars in a quarter.

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“You’ve probably read about the fact that we’re selling 1-ounce gold bars,” Galanti. “We sold over $100 million of gold during the quarter.”

Fox News has reached out to Costco for comment.

Pat McAfee says he thought USC coach died after Biden gaffe during State of the Union

President Biden was urged to “say her name” Thursday night during his State of the Union address, a reference to Laken Riley, the Georgia college student allegedly killed by an illegal immigrant last month.

When Biden did mention her, it sounded like he botched Riley’s first name and said “Lincoln” instead.

Naturally, “Lincoln Riley” trended on X, formerly Twitter, but the social media platform isn’t always perfect.

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X described the trend as a “sports” topic. Of course, that wasn’t correct, but it makes sense.

Lincoln Riley is a real person, the head football coach at USC.

For those who were not watching the speech, it may have been a surprise to see the coach’s name top the trending lists on social media out of nowhere. And, sometimes, it’s unfortunately not good news.

Pat McAfee, host of “The Pat McAfee Show,” spotted the trend and thought the worst had happened to the coach.

“I saw somebody with a microphone last night addressing the entire nation. He made an announcement that Lincoln Riley was dead,” McAfee said on his show Friday. “I get on my phone after this event that we’re at, and it’s Lincoln Riley, and he’s trending all over. I click – ‘he’s dead.’ Lincoln Riley’s dead? Wait a second, who said that? The president? Lincoln Riley’s dead? How is this happening?

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“I saw his name trending, [so] I’m like, ‘Wait, he was just on the show.’ I was like, ‘What did Lincoln Riley do?'”

Biden was shredded for the apparent mishap, most notably by Laken’s mother, Allyson Phillips.

“Biden does not even KNOW my child’s name – it’s pathetic! If you are going to say her name (even when forced to do so) at least say the right name!” she wrote on Facebook.

“Joe Biden just confused Laken Riley, a college student killed by an illegal immigrant, with USC football coach Lincoln Riley. This just happened. The man’s brain is mush. Incredibly disrespectful,” Outkick founder Clay Travis said.

Actor James Woods, a noted conservative in Hollywood, posted, “‘Lincoln’ Riley? Just appalling.”

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On “Hannity,” House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, also weighed in.

“It is Laken Riley, not Lincoln,” Jordan said. “And we should remember that because it’s [Biden’s] policies that led to this tragedy that happened in Georgia to this young lady and what her family is now having to deal with.”

Fox News’ Charles Creitz and Brie Stimson contributed to this report.

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Singer pleads with fans to stop attacking people in her life after album ignites rage

Ariana Grande urged her fans against attacking the people in her circle after the release of the singer’s new album “Eternal Sunshine.”

The 30-year-old pop star shared a message for her followers on her Instagram Story on Saturday, after her seventh studio album dropped Friday. 

“i just wanted to say anyone that is sending hateful messages to the people in my life based on your interpretation of this album is not supporting me and is absolutely doing the polar opposite of what i would ever encourage (and is also entirely misinterpreting the intention behind the music)…i ask that you please do not. it is not how to support me. it is the opposite,” Grande wrote.

She continued, “although this album captures a lot of painful moments, it also is woven together with a through[sic] line of deep, sincere love…”

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“if you cannot hear that, please listen more closely,” Grande added.

The two-time Grammy Award winner later followed up with another post to her Instagram Story in which she wrote, “thank you! i love you!!!!!!!”

“Eternal Sunshine” is the first full-length album that Grande has debuted in four years, following her chart-topping 2020 release “Positions.” The album’s release comes after Grande’s highly-publicized divorce from her ex-husband Dalton Gomez. 

Grande and the 28-year-old real estate agent began dating in January 2020 and announced their engagement the following December. The two tied the knot in May 2021 at their home in Montecito, California. 

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In July, Grande filed for divorce from Gomez amid rumors that she was romantically involved with her “Wicked” co-star Ethan Slater, 31. That same month, Slater split from his wife Lilly Jay, with whom he shares a 1-year-old son.

While Grande and Slater haven’t officially confirmed their relationship, the two have been spotted out together on several occasions since parting ways with their spouses.

Since “Eternal Sunshine’s release on Friday, Grande’s fans have taken to social media to analyze the album’s lyrics and speculate over whether some of the 13 tracks were inspired by her divorce from Gomez or rumored romance with Slater.

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Grande, who is a longtime fan of actor Jim Carrey, has said that the album was partly an homage to the actor’s 2005 film “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.” In the sci-fi romantic drama, Carrey and Kate Winslet played ex-lovers who use a futuristic technology to delete all memories of each other following a painful break-up. 

The “thank u, next” hitmaker has not directly commented on whether she drew upon her personal relationships when creating the album. 

During a Friday interview on “The Zach Sang Show,” she indicated that some of the songs included “Eternal Sunshine” were about coping with a difficult split.

While discussing the track “i wish i hated you,” Grande said via E! News, “I think it’s like a very important color to exist within the album, because it’s just an important piece of the puzzle to me—that I’m happy to acknowledge the goodness, I really am, and the efforts and that it just was not correct.”

“And I don’t need to pretend that you’re a monster to make peace with this ending,” the singer continued. “Grieving would be so much easier if we hated a person.”

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“It’s like ‘good riddance,’ but no, capturing the complexity of ‘what happens if I don’t’ is imperative,” she added. “It’s protective as well.”

On Saturday, Spotify announced that “Eternal Sunshine” had set a record as the platform’s most streamed album in a single day in 2024 so far.

Grande is set to perform as the musical guest on Saturday’s episode of “Saturday Night Live,” which is being hosted by Josh Brolin.

Gisele forgets piece of clothing while posing for photos after tearing up over Tom Brady

Gisele Bündchen made headlines this week for a new interview in which she discussed ex-husband Tom Brady, but she’s also been hard at work.

The supermodel was seen in Miami, preparing for a Hugo Boss photo shoot. She could be seen walking down the beach in an ensemble of a beige turtleneck sweater, a large knee-length puffy coat, white bikini bottoms and tall black boots.

One photo shows Bündchen bare-faced with her hair in loose waves, walking in the sand with various crew members around her.

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Another features her without the coat, with her back turned to the camera and a drink in her hand.

Yesterday, Brady shared a racy photo of his own.

He posted the picture to his Instagram story, and in the selfie, he isn’t wearing a shirt and his face is unshaven.

“Pool Party where is everyone??” he captioned the photo, also adding two laughing emojis.

Earlier this week, Bündchen did in interview with Robin Roberts, titled “IMPACT x Nightline: Gisele Bündchen: Climbing the Mountain.” During their conversation, she broke down in tears when asked about the end of her marriage to Brady. The two married in 2009, and they divorced in 2022.

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“You didn’t think the marriage would end,” Roberts asked her. “No one goes into a marriage thinking it’s going to end, but it does. You said it was the death of a dream. How are you?”

Bündchen took a deep breath and began to answer, “Well, when you say…” before halting and turning away from the camera.

“Sorry guys, I didn’t know, can I have a little moment?” she asked with a choked-up voice, her hair hiding her face.

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Last year, in an interview with Vanity Fair, the Brazilian model said that the split was “the death of my dream,” adding, “It’s tough because you imagine your life was going to be a certain way, and you did everything you could, you know?”

The couple were together for 13 years and share two children, Vivian and Benjamin. Brady also has an older son with his ex, actress Bridget Moynahan.

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In another portion of the interview, she discussed co-parenting with Brady.

“I think, you know, there’s easier days than other[s], but I think, you know, it’s amazing that the kids — they’re super smart children,” she said. “They know what they can get away with. So I think it’s natural that [they have] different rules and then kids just adapt. And they’re gonna try to do what they want, and I can only control what I do.”

She added, “I think, for me, now it’s really about the balance.”

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Because of their custody agreement, she gets her own time with the children, and so does Brady, which is something that she thinks is “amazing.” She told Roberts that she believes the experience is “more enriching” for them, explaining, “They get to learn from two different worlds and that’s wonderful for them.”

Fox News Digital’s Elizabeth Stanton contributed to this report.