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As history so often has it—the hardliners got their way.  The presidential ascent of Ebrahim Raisi, a baby boomer alumnus of the Iranian Revolution, sequestered fanatics on both sides of the debate to their respective corners. That is, following Iran’s presidential election, the conclusions of the faithful were clear. To its adherents, Persia’s Islamist revolution
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John McAfee, an eccentric software creator, was found dead in his prison cell in Spain in an apparent suicide after Spanish courts reportedly agreed to extradite him to the United States. McAfee was 75 years old. The Department of Justice confirmed McAfee’s death. The Department of Justice has confirmed that the American tycoon John McAfee
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Morgan Stanley announced it would not let unvaccinated employees or clients into its office buildings, the Financial Times reported Tuesday. “Starting July 12 all employees, contingent workforce, clients and visitors will be required to attest to being fully vaccinated to access Morgan Stanley buildings in New York and Westchester,” Morgan Stanley Chief Human Resources Officer
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Michigan Republicans have released the findings of a monthslong investigation into the state’s 2020 election, discovering no evidence that widespread or systemic voter fraud took place and recommending that the state attorney general investigate those who perpetuated false claims about the election for “personal gain.” In a 35-page report authored by Sen. Ed McBroom (R),
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Rather than uphold the hard-won protections for women under the almost-half-century-old Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, the Biden administration continues to steamroll women’s equality and opportunity.  Citing the Bostock v. Clayton County Supreme Court ruling, the Department of Education released a notice yesterday announcing it would interpret Title IX protections against discrimination on
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On Tuesday, Arizona State Senator Sonny Borrelli released a statement in response to worries that Arizona Senate Adjournment would lead to a delay in the Senate’s receipt of Arizona’s audit results. State Senator Borelli reassures Arizona voters that the Senate will act immediately upon receiving the audit findings. Previously, TGP reported that the Senate’s adjournment
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The New York Times acted as the public relations arm for a leftist group funded by far-left billionaire George Soros and its multimillion-dollar efforts to fight voter integrity laws. The Times propagandized how the radical super PAC Priorities USA was spending a whopping $20 million “to counteract Republican-driven voting restrictions through both digital ad campaigns
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(AlenaMozhjer/Getty Images) 2005—In an act of judicial passivism, a five-justice majority, in an opinion by Justice Stevens, rules in Kelo v. City of New London that the City of New London satisfies the “public use” requirement of the Takings Clause when it takes private property from homeowners in order to transfer it to another private
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President Joe Biden’s education proposals are not fiscally modest. Two new years of free preschooling, staffed by unionized teachers. Free community colleges, for another year or two. Massive forgiveness of student debt. Nor are they modest in principle. They include prescriptive curricula, not free play, for toddlers; reintroduction of racial “disparate impact” as a curb
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