Month: January 2021

Outside the Twenty-First Century Fox Inc. headquarters in Manhattan in 2015. (Eduardo Munoz/Reuters) Our ongoing festival of cancellation now brings calls that your local cable company should no longer carry Fox News Channel — and should kick off One America News Network, Fox Business Network, and Newsmax TV, as well. Nicholas Kristof of the New
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The funny thing about this is that neither party believes her. For all the focus on Manchin being anti-nuke on filibuster, this is what a spokes for @kyrstensinema tells me + @mikedebonis: “Kyrsten is against eliminating the filibuster, and she is not open to changing her mind about eliminating the filibuster.”https://t.co/0wZD3dibEO — Seung Min Kim
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Detail of portrait of Harriet Tubman, c. 1871-76. (Harvey B. Lindsley/Library of Congress) The Biden administration is hoping to “speed up” efforts to place Harriet Tubman’s image on the $20 bill after the Obama-era initiative came to a standstill under the Trump administration. “The Treasury Department is taking steps to resume efforts to put Harriett
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Owner of Amazon and the Washington Post, Mr. Jeff Bezos, is a hypocrite of gargantuan proportions. When it comes to whether or not his Amazon employees can vote to form a union, Bezos demands that it must be in-person voting. But that is not the tune his paper sang throughout the 2020 Presidential campaign. Here’s
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White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki speaks to reporters at the White House in Washington, D.C., January 25, 2021. (Kevin Lamarque/Reuters) The new White House press secretary has enjoyed a wave of rave reviews as the media signal their intention to take the next four years off. White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, she of
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A man in Daytona Beach, Florida, shot his daughter’s boyfriend after he allegedly attacked her and his wife, police reported over the weekend. The father and mother, who have not been identified, reportedly went to check on the situation when they heard their daughter screaming outside. When they looked outside they saw her boyfriend, 26-year-old
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As if constantly labeling tweets wasn’t enough, Twitter has now introduced a new method to tackle what it deems to be “misinformation.” Twitter’s new innovation in censorship, Birdwatch, is intended to allow Twitter users to rat out and “provide context” for tweets they consider to be misinformation. Keith Coleman, Twitter’s Vice President of Product, described
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With thousands of National Guard troops deployed, Washington D.C. looks like an occupied city during wartime. The only war currently going on is ideological. However, Democrats who are proceeding with a vindictive and constitutionally questionable impeachment against President Trump are worried about protests and demonstrations as they proceed. The easy answer would be to drop
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House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and Gov. Greg Abbott express their disgust with the treatment of the National Guard on ‘Hannity’. #FoxNews #Hannity Subscribe to Fox News! https://bit.ly/2vBUvAS Watch more Fox News Video: http://video.foxnews.com Watch Fox News Channel Live: http://www.foxnewsgo.com/ FOX News Channel (FNC) is a 24-hour all-encompassing news service delivering breaking news as well
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White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders speaks with reporters in the driveway at the White House in Washington, D.C., May 8, 2019. (Jonathan Ernst/Reuters) Former White House press secretary Sarah Sanders announced Monday that she will run for Arkansas governor in 2022. Sanders’s father, Mike Huckabee, also served as Arkansas’s Republican governor from 1996 to 2007. “I’m fighting
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Elizabeth Dias’s New York Times article on President Biden’s faith calls him “perhaps the most religiously observant commander in chief in half a century.” I’d like to know the criteria that have him beat, for starters, Jimmy Carter, who taught Sunday school for forty years. I’ll let others address the main topic Dias takes up,
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To many of New York City’s struggling small business owners, Governor Andrew Cuomo’s recent admission that “we simply cannot stay closed” means little after months of stonewalling. Ever since Cuomo announced the first pandemic lockdowns in March, small businesses in the city have been throttled by burdensome restrictions. Earlier this month, the state allowed restaurants
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Former White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders announced Monday that she is running to become the next governor of Arkansas. What are the details? In a video posted to her campaign website, the popular former Trump administration official took aim at “socialism and cancel culture” and claimed that America’s governors will serve as the
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The Chicago Teachers Union became the latest large teachers’ union to object to teachers returning to the classroom on Monday, going so far as to authorize members to flatly refuse to return to the classroom as ordered by the Chicago Public School system. Less than two weeks ago, the Los Angeles School Board voted to
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Listen to the liberal media, and you’d be very, very impressed that President Biden has nominated a “historic” Cabinet with “vast experience,” “expertise and diversity,” “the most diverse collection of men and women to ever advise a President.” It’s practically the only analysis that you’ve heard about these incoming bureaucrats on broadcast and cable news
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NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE T he media almost instantly labeled the Capitol riot “an insurrection,” a description that has become practically mandatory in much of the press.  On CNN during Joe Biden’s inauguration, it seemed an anchor or commentator referred to “the insurrection” every couple of minutes.  There is no doubt that, in aiming to disrupt
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(Natural News) A lot of people won’t want to hear today’s Situation Update, even though it still delivers many action items and justification for optimism. What people want to hear are instant solutions: “Joe Biden will be removed by Saturday” or “there will be a new election on March 4th under the restored republic.” I’m
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Former Rep. Tulsi Gabbard voices her concern over her former colleagues and former CIA director John Brennan’s statements on domestic terrorism on ‘Fox News Primetime’. #FoxNews #FoxNewsPrimetime Subscribe to Fox News! https://bit.ly/2vBUvAS Watch more Fox News Video: http://video.foxnews.com Watch Fox News Channel Live: http://www.foxnewsgo.com/ FOX News Channel (FNC) is a 24-hour all-encompassing news service delivering
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(Natural News) The rollout of “Operation Warp Speed” Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines is now in full swing, and it appears as though getting jabbed will eventually become a requirement in order to travel, keep a job, buy food, and conduct business. There is still time to prevent this nightmarish dystopia from happening, though. America’s Frontline
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Then–president-elect Joe Biden speaks to reporters in New Castle, Del., December 15, 2020. (Mike Segar/Reuters) President Biden will sign a fresh round of executive orders during his first full week in office, including actions loosening restrictions around abortion and immigration. Biden will issue and order to rescind the Mexico City policy, which prohibits U.S. funding
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(Stefan_Alfonso/Getty Images) The consequences of weakening national identity are not benign. The rhetoric of global citizenship, whether used descriptively or prescriptively, is now firmly established as a part of the common language of public affairs and higher education. References to global citizenship are almost never pejorative, and even if they do not have beneficent qualities
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At least four financial institutions have severed ties with former President Donald Trump since the Capitol riots, according to reports. On Friday, Florida-based BankUnited announced it was ending its relationship with Trump, as reported by the Miami Herald. The Miami-area bank noted that Trump didn’t receive any loans from them. “We never had a lending
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The Biden administration’s 60-day pause on new oil and natural gas leases and drilling permits on federal land, signed by Acting Interior Secretary Scott de la Vega late Wednesday, could result in devastating consequences to state economies that rely on proceeds from oil sales. The order, which appeased progressive environmentalist groups, has significant immediate effects.
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The stakes are higher in January 24’s episode of The Rookie, “Sabotage,” now that Officer Jackson West (Titus Makin Jr.) is working together with Sergeant Wade Grey (Richard T. Jones), and fellow Officers Lucy Chen (Melissa O’Neil) and Tim Bradford (Erica Winter) to take down Officer Doug Stanton (Brandon Routh), presented to viewers as a
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