A patient receives their coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine booster during a Pfizer-BioNTech vaccination clinic in Southfield, Michigan, U.S., September 29, 2021. Emily Elconin | Reuters Nearly 100 million people nationwide are immediately eligible to receive Covid booster shots after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention authorized extra doses of Moderna and Johnson & Johnson‘s
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Facebook is struggling internally after leaked documents revealed the platform’s ulterior motives. The Wall Street Journal recently detailed the platform’s woes: “Facebook Inc. knows, in acute detail, that its platforms are riddled with flaws that cause harm, often in ways only the company fully understands.” Now, messages from disgruntled employees show just how far the
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Evidently, the world has another matter of birth that is allegedly systemically discriminatory and if you are right-handed you are “privileged” and an “oppressor.” Using one’s right hand as the primary mode of grappling objects “makes life easier” and gives one more “opportunity” and “advantage,” according to a presentation at the University of North Carolina
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Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas participates in taking a new family photo with his fellow justices at the Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C., U.S., June 1, 2017. (Jonathan Ernst/Reuters) Allow me to add a few words to our celebration of 30 years on the Supreme Court for Clarence Thomas. I had the honor and
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New developments are surfacing regarding Thursday’s accidental shooting by actor Alec Baldwin that resulted in the death of a cinematographer on the set of a Western-themed movie. Several updates on the tragic death provide new details of the events leading up to the fatal shooting of 42-year-old Halyna Hutchins during the filming the movie “Rust”
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Fox News anchor Chris Wallace is taking heat on social media after describing White House press secretary Jen Psaki as one of the best to ever hold the position. What did Wallace say? While speaking on Fox News Friday, Wallace praised network correspondent Peter Doocy and Psaki. The two have made headlines throughout the Biden
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Chinese and Russian warships held their first-ever joint patrol in the western part of the Pacific Ocean this weekend. Moscow and Beijing, which staged naval cooperation drills in the Sea of Japan earlier in October, have cultivated closer military and diplomatic ties in recent years at a time when their relations with the West have soured. The naval
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Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, speaks during a hearing at the Dirksen Senate Office Building in Washington, D.C., July 20, 2021. (Stefani Reynolds/Reuters) Anthony Fauci is in the thick of it again. This time, he is accused of funding animal experiments with beagles that sure seem to be
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There seems to be something for everyone in the massive spending packages working their way through Congress. And with a price tag of $4.6 trillion, or $37,400 per household, offering something for everyone—government-paid family leave, monthly child payments, free community college, union dues write-offs, a $12,500 electric vehicle tax credit, or new bike paths—is easy.
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Oliver Darcy of CNN’s Media Unit attempted to tattle on Fox News Channel in their so-called “Reliable Sources” newsletter on Tuesday night. His headline was “Guess which network didn’t carry the 1/6 proceedings.” Oh horrors, “over on Fox, the channel whose top host has mocked the very fact there was an insurrection on January 6, coverage was nowhere
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President Joe Biden speaks as Secretary of State Antony Blinken listens during a Cabinet meeting at the White House, July 20, 2021. (Jonathan Ernst/Reuters) President Biden, August 31: “We believe that about 100 to 200 Americans remain in Afghanistan with some intention to leave… For those remaining Americans there is no deadline. We remain committed
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Afghanistan’s natural resources could end up benefitting America’s adversaries, according to Rep. Brian Mast. The Florida Republican noted that making hypersonic weapons requires rare earth minerals. “And if China has the advantage of getting those because they’re buddy buddy with the Taliban, that puts the United States of America in a very bad place,” he
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Liberal comedian Bill Maher fired off a comprehensive defense of fellow comedian Dave Chappelle Friday after the stand-up comic faced backlash over his recent Netflix special. What is the background? Since the release of Chappelle’s newest Netflix special “The Closer,” some Netflix employees — and a host of progressive activists — have voiced outrage over
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Liberals are still brazenly lying about this. On Friday’s PBS NewsHour, panelist Jonathan Capehart insisted “Critical Race Theory is not taught in elementary schools, middle schools, or high schools anywhere in the United States.” They were closing out a Friday news roundup with talk about the Virginia governor’s race, and Capehart said Republican Glenn Youngkin was just
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The RINOs are fighting amongst themselves. According to a new report, House GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy is making Republican political consultants choose between working with him or Liz Cheney. The New York Times reported: A prominent Washington lobbyist close to Kevin McCarthy, the House minority leader, is warning Republican political consultants that they must choose
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President Ronald Reagan meets with Robert Bork in the White House, October 9, 1987. (White House Photographic Collection/Wikimedia Commons) 1987—Culminating an unprecedented campaign of lies, distortions, and vilification, the Senate rejects, by a vote of 58 to 42, President Reagan’s nomination of Judge Robert H. Bork to fill the Supreme Court seat vacated by retiring
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A Massachusetts public school system is actively promoting racially segregated student groups and a “bias reporting program” that encourages students to report instances of their peers’ biases to school officials for disciplinary action, a lawsuit filed Tuesday alleges.  Parents Defending Education filed the lawsuit against the Boston-area Wellesley Public Schools Tuesday in the U.S. District
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In the latest NewsBusters Podcast, we begin with Curtis Houck’s take on CNN’s pre-scripted, pre-screened “town hall” with Joe Biden. The questions ended softly, and the whole thing felt like bumper bowling, protecting the president from gutter balls and gaffes. Then: what’s going on with Dave Chappelle and cancel culture and comedy with Christian Toto
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The Democrats want monthly checks for parents, subsidies for child care, and paid family leave all to be in their giant spending bill. Senator Joe Manchin says they can only have one of the three. Cue the debate: The Times quoted a sociologist who argued that paid leave was necessary for “changing gender norms both
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