Month: June 2021

I cannot say that this comes as a great surprise. Via the Wall Street Journal: The number of unemployment-benefit recipients is falling at a faster rate in Missouri and 21 other states canceling enhanced and extended payments this month, suggesting that ending the aid could push more people to take jobs. Federal pandemic aid bills
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Fox News host Chris Wallace confronted a Republican lawmaker Sunday over whether Republicans — not Democrats — are responsible for defunding the police. Interestingly, Wallace’s line of questioning followed an interview with a White House official who made that exact accusation: that Republicans should be blamed for defunding law enforcement. What happened? During an interview
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A medical technologist tests a respiratory panel at Northwell Health Labs after being authorized to begin semi-automated testing by the FDA in Lake Success, N.Y., March 11, 2020. (Shannon Stapleton/Reuters) An Australian virologist who worked in the Wuhan Institute of Virology until November 2019 says everything she saw looked safe while she was there; President
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A Washington man led local authorities on a chase and ended up jumping from a 50-foot cliff to avoid being captured, according to reports. Police, however, were still able to arrest the suspect and take him into custody on several related charges. What are the details? Deputies from the Yakima County Sheriff’s Office received an
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(Natural News) The engineered spike proteins from SARS-CoV-2 can be STOPPED by a common “weed” that is exterminated from lawns every year. A German university study found that the common dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) can block spike proteins from binding to the ACE2 cell surface receptors in human lung and kidney cells. The water-based dandelion extract,
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Katie Hobbs/Twitter  Arizona lawmakers voted Thursday to strip power from controversial Secretary of State Katies Hobbs. The measure was inserted into major budget legislation last week. Yahoo News reported: The Republican-controlled state Legislature in Arizona voted Thursday to revoke the Democratic secretary of state’s legal authority in election-related lawsuits, handing that power instead to the
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A customer and employee wear masks at a Walmart store in North Brunswick, N.J., July 20, 2020. (Eduardo Munoz/Reuters) Three tiers: essential, inessential, and expendable Over a year ago, seeing the immediate effect that quarantines, shutdowns, and lockdown policies were having on Western democracies, I put out my futile prayer: “Let’s Never Get Used to
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Far-left progressives who advocate radical criminal justice reform policies like “defund the police” claim abolishing traditional policing systems will benefit minority communities. But according to a New York Times report, Hispanic and black communities aren’t buying what far-left Democrats are selling. Exhibit A? NYC mayoral race The race to become New York City’s next mayor
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Freshman Rep. Jamaal Bowman (D-N.Y.) requested special police protection to guard his home, according to a new report. Bowman, a Democratic socialist, allegedly asked for increased police protection despite being a staunch supporter of the defund the police movement and asserting that policing is rife with “white supremacy.” Following the storming of the U.S. Capitol
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The National Archives Rotunda, the place where America’s founding documents are prominently displayed in Washington, D.C., is yet another example of “systemic racism,” according to a new report. Amid racial unrest last summer, Archivist of the United States David S. Ferrier established a racism task force at the National Archives and Records Administration. To little
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The highest court in Texas has ruled that Facebook can be held liable for sex trafficking that is conducted on its social network. The court ruling against the tech giant arrives after sex trafficking teenage victims allege they were targeted on Facebook. Facebook’s legal team argued that the social network was protected against liability due
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Former Attorney General William Barr spoke out against former President Donald Trump in an interview that was published on Sunday, calling Trump’s claims of election fraud “bulls**t.” What is the background? After Trump lost to Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential election and alleged he lost because of voter fraud, Barr authorized the Justice Department
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On Friday’s edition of The 11th Hour on MSNBC, host Brian Williams seemed to suggest that Fox News be banned from military bases because Tucker Carlson responded to Gen. Mark Milley’s recent defense of Critical Race Theory by declaring ”He’s not just a pig. He’s stupid.” Later, Williams tried to tie concerns about CRT in the military to Vladimir Putin. Addressing
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As more Americans get vaccinated and as COVID-19 cases and deaths decline, it’s hard to believe that there are still people talking about “vaccine passports” as though they are something we might actually need. “The Biden administration shouldn’t be so squeamish about vaccine verification,” Leana Wen, a public health professor at George Washington University and
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