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The radical attempt by Democrats to nationalize voting across the country appears to going down to defeat on Tuesday. So at the White House press briefing, the assembled partisan press whined that the administration didn’t do more to save the legislation. ABC’s Cecilia Vega spoke directly for Democrats, telling Press Secretary Jen Psaki the difficulty is
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Kyrsten Sinema at the Arizona Chamber of Commerce’s Manufacturer of the Year summit in Phoenix, Ariz. (Gage Skidmore) At New York magazine, Jonathan Chait argues that Kyrsten Sinema’s position on the filibuster is irrational because the current exceptions to the 60-vote threshold undermine the efficacy of her case: Almost every specific example she cites here
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An Ohio pizza delivery driver fatally shot a suspect who was reportedly attempting to rob a local Papa John’s restaurant, according to various reports. What are the details? According to WDTN-TV, two suspects wearing masks entered a New Carlisle, Ohio, pizza restaurant just before closing time on Sunday. One of the suspects was reportedly armed
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The mayor of Silverton, Colorado — on Flag Day, no less — declared that the Pledge of Allegiance no longer will be recited at town trustee meetings, KDVR-TV reported. But his honor’s wishes were met with a dose good ol’ fashioned American, “Oh, yeah?” What happened? “Due to direct and indirect threats, inappropriate comments in
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The Court unanimously sided with the Catholic adoption agency, but a narrow ruling leaves an unclear precedent. It’s quite something when the Supreme Court not only allows the Free Exercise Clause to trump state equality laws, but does so in a 9-0 ruling. Last Thursday, the justices unanimously upheld a complaint by Catholic Social Services (CSS), a Roman Catholic fostering agency, that the City
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College students are cultivating an increasingly pessimistic view of the United States and their futures as their national pride deteriorates in university classrooms across the nation, a newly published American College Student Freedom, Progress and Flourishing Survey confirms. More than half of self-identified liberal students say they have developed a more negative view of the
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Sports media outlets over the weekend unleashed their fury on former and current pro athletes who spoke out against COVID-19 vaccinations. NBA Hall of Famer John Stockton and current Buffalo Bills wide receiver Cole Beasley are expressing concerns about vaccines. NBC Sports Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio went ballistic on Beasley, saying he “unfairly assailed the NFL
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National Review founder William F. Buckley Jr. (National Review) For more than a year, we have Zoomed, and Zoomed like mad, but now it’s time for in-person gatherings once more — and National Review Institute will have one. This is the William F. Buckley Jr. Communicators Conference, to be held in mid July — on
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The granddaughter of the legendary singer and activist Nina Simone took to social media to lob some very damaging accusations against Vice President Kamala Harris. ReAnna Simone Kelly said that Harris “bullied” her mother, Lisa Simone Kelly, into near suicide and left her family bereft of any benefit from the singer’s estate during Harris’ time
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WASHINGTON, DC – JUNE 10: FBI Director Christopher Wray testifies during a House Judiciary Committee oversight hearing on Capitol Hill June 10, 2021 in Washington, DC. Wray fielded a wide range of questions, including several about the January 6th Capitol riot. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images) The galaxy of media outlets, fact-checkers, and “disinformation” NGOs
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Reporters were as upset as every other category of Democrats when the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops voted to have a discussion on whether politicians should be denied communion for being in dramatic contradiction of church teaching on social issues, especially on abortion. Reporters like Matt “The Advertiser” Viser at The Washington Post labored feverishly
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