Month: January 2022

Prince Andrew has formally responded to Virginia Giuffre’s civil lawsuit against him in New York by outlining his key legal arguments. In an 11-page document submitted to the court, he individually addressed each of Ms Giuffre’s 73 points and outlined 12 “affirmative defences” he plans to use at trial. He also requested a trial by
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U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy is calling on Big Tech to remove Joe Rogan’s podcast because of COVID “misinformation.” Murthy was discussing COVID “misinformation” on social media platforms with MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski. Brzezinski asked Murthy what he thought of Rogan’s podcast, which reached 11 million people per episode. Rogan has been criticized for promoting alternative
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The campus of Yale University in 2012. (Michelle McLoughlin/Reuters) Yale’s divestment committee is investigating whether companies that the university’s endowment is invested in have links to China’s ongoing human-rights abuses, according to the Yale Daily News. That probe could well result in the $42 billion endowment’s divestment from certain Chinese firms. The Yale student newspaper
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The teenager who sexually assaulted a girl in a high school bathroom in Loudoun County, Virginia won’t have to register as a sex offender after a judge reconsidered the sentence. The unnamed 15-year-old had been sentenced earlier in January to supervised probation in a residential treatment facility until he turned 18 years old. He was
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Following New Day co-host Brianna Keilar’s spectacularly bad week hosting CNN’s poisonously partisan Democracy in Peril special, carnival barker Jim Acosta received his chance to audition for the primetime slot formerly held by Chris Cuomo and, through three days, Acosta did even worse. Among the shows he lost to, Acosta fell behind a Hallmark movie,
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Ilya Shapiro at the 2016 CPAC conference. (Gage Skidmore) Ilya Shapiro has been writing and speaking on the Supreme Court for the Cato Institute (where he ran the Cato Supreme Court Review), the Federalist Society, various conservative publications, and mainstream outlets such as guest blogging at SCOTUSBlog for years. His recent book, Supreme Disorder: Judicial
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San Francisco’s liberal mayor declared a “state of emergency” to try to deal with the city’s “nasty streets.” How did it get so bad? Journalist Michael Shellenberger’s new book, “San Fransicko,” argues that it happened because of progressive ideas. “The town I love is sick,” says Shellenberger in my new video. He came to San
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The media spent the Trump presidency longing for normalcy and decency. Trump’s unabashed authenticity just wasn’t compatible with the presidency. It was “unpresidential” and all that. Jim Acosta is still suffering from PTSD from Trump calling him out and repeatedly bashing his network as “fake news.” “I’ve got the marks on my back to prove it,”
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President Biden delivers remarks on the retirement of Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer. The president is scheduled to speak at 12:30 p.m. EST. [embedded content] Content created by Conservative Daily News is available for re-publication without charge under the Creative Commons license. Visit our syndication page for details. Support Conservative Daily News with a small donation via Paypal or
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A carjacker was caught on surveillance video pointing a gun at a 1-year-old girl, her mother, and another person on a Chicago street last week — and soon the victims were seen running to safety after their vehicle was taken. What are the details? Video shows two men driving the wrong way down a street,
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Leaked video reportedly exposes illegal immigrants from southern border states disembarking from a charter plane at Westchester County Airport in New York. The video of alleged undocumented migrants was obtained via a Freedom of Information Act request by former Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino – a Republican candidate for New York governor in 2022. In
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Jan. 23-29 is National School Choice Week. This is the fourth of a five-part series of commentaries exploring the successes and challenges of educational choice and the people fighting to make it available to all American schoolchildren.  All children in the United States should have access to a quality education, no matter their race, gender,
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Former U.K. prime minister and current U.N. special envoy for global education, Gordon Brown, told CNBC that the world must come together to find the $4.4 billion needed to address the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan. “I’m asking Britain and Europe, and there are many other people involved in this, to call a humanitarian pledging conference,
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When President Biden dismissed an inflation question from Fox’s Peter Doocy by calling him a “stupid son of a bitch,” network reporters suggested the poor president was “frustrated” and “it’s not easy being president.” It was granted a few seconds of notice, and not greeted as a grotesque violation of decency…like a congressman yelling “you
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