Budget Committee Chairman Sen. Bernie Sanders during a Senate Budget Committee’s hearing to examine President Biden’s proposed budget request for fiscal year 2022, June 8, 2021. (Shawn Thew/Pool via Reuters) Senator Bernie Sanders has taken to offering two talking points in favor of his preposterous $3.5 trillion spending bill. The first talking point holds that
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On today’s radio program, Glenn Beck was joined by Bill O’Reilly to discuss the top stories of the week. For O’Reilly, the biggest story this week centered around someone mysteriously missing from mainstream media news reports today: Mark Zuckerberg. Specifically, O’Reilly said it’s the ‘scandalous’ way the Facebook CEO spent nearly $420 million to influence
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The Texas House of Representatives on Thursday passed legislation that would largely prohibit allowing students to compete in public school sports that are designated for members of the opposite biological sex. The legislation, which the House chamber approved by a 76-54 vote, comes as ongoing cultural debate rages nationwide over whether or not students should
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After continually punting on his views about expanding the Supreme Court, and under pressure from his left flank, President Joe Biden formed a “bipartisan commission” to study reforms six months ago. Following lengthy discussions at three meetings, the group of 36 legal scholars, advocates, and former federal judges released draft materials late Thursday. Their final
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United States Capitol Building (rarrarorro/Getty Images) Over at the Washington Post Catherine Rampell highlights a problem that Democrats shouldn’t ignore on their aggressive path to pass a cradle-to-grave expansion of the welfare state:  Since 1992, Gallup has been asking whether government should do more to solve the country’s problems. Late last year, the share answering in
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A liberal comedian with two specials on Netflix lashed out over the company’s co-CEO over his defense of a controversial Dave Chappelle comedy special. Chappelle has been under fire from the left over comments he made during a Netflix special criticizing the transgender agenda. Rather than cave to the criticism, co-CEO Ted Sarandos defended the
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Los medios hispanos dejaron a un lado las explosivas crisis migratorias, económicas, de salud y sociales del presidente Biden para criticar la última victoria pro-vida de Texas, ello luego que un tribunal federal de apelaciones confirmara la vigencia de la Ley de Latidos del Corazón de ese estado; la misma fue desafiada por el gobierno de
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OSHA is reportedly getting ready to issue the vaccine mandate President Biden asked them to create. This action is unprecedented on several levels. Using OSHA’s emergency powers to avoid the administrative law procedures that include a public comment period is dubious at best. To issue an Emergency Temporary Standard, “OSHA must determine that workers are
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Democratic Rep. Cori Bush of Missouri, who advocates for defunding the police, has spent almost $65,000 for private security services during the prior few months, campaign filings reveal, according to Fox News. The freshman lawmaker’s campaign shelled out $64,141.26 for private security between the beginning of July and late September, the outlet reported, citing Federal
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Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia fired back on Friday after far-left Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont called him out in an op-ed for opposing the Biden administration’s $3.5 trillion Build Back Better bill. In the piece, Sanders argued in favor of the plan to shell out trillions of dollars on various initiatives, and specifically
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Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg takes a question during a press briefing about the administration’s response to the Colonial Pipeline cyberattack shut down at the White House in Washington, D.C., May 12, 2021. (Kevin Lamarque/Reuters) As America faces a mounting transportation crisis — the disruption of shipping supply chains — Jim Geraghty asked yesterday exactly what
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Nike’s Jordan Brand Chairman Larry Miller has publicly divulged his long-guarded secret that he murdered a man more than half a century ago. While the 72-year-old has achieved significant career success, he has also been worried that his secret sin would be discovered. Miller disclosed the murder to Sports Illustrated, which reported that the man
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Lefty magazine The Atlantic published an interview with massively popular Christian satire site The Babylon Bee on Thursday, which turned out to be hilarious for all the wrong reasons. Religion writer Emma Green tried to guilt-trip Bee editor-in-chief Kyle Mann for mocking leftists (though she seemingly had no problem with the satire site’s self-deprecating jokes
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(Natural News) New York City emergency preparedness officials will be working alongside federal counterparts from the Department of Homeland Security in releasing non-toxic gas at 100-plus locations around the city in what is being characterized as a drill. According to NBC New York, the Mass Transit Authority (MTA) and DHS say the objective is to
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Nicholas Kristof appears on Real Time with Bill Maher (Screenshot via YouTube) Blue-state blues, pockets of red resentment, and a columnist candidate may make the 2022 Oregon governor’s race especially interesting. Although Oregon governor Kate Brown assumed her position only after a 2015 influence-peddling scandal forced her predecessor to resign, her reelection three years later
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(Natural News) A perfectly healthy 16-year-old boy in California died less than a month after receiving a second dose of Pfizer-BioNTech’s Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine. The teenager received the second dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine on April 3 and died on April 27. His mother filed a report to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) on July 13. VAERS
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(Natural News) Hundreds of thousands of U.S. service members are still unvaccinated or remain partially vaccinated against the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) despite the Pentagon’s first compliance deadlines drawing near. Overall, the military’s vaccination rate has climbed since August, when the Department of Defense (DOD) leaders informed 2.1 million troops that immunization is mandatory, exceptions would
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