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Nathan Law, the Hong Kong pro-democracy politician in exile, at a rally in Berlin during a visit by Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi, September 1, 2020 (Michele Tantussi / Reuters) Let me offer a couple of links, to two podcasts: to Q&A, with Nathan Law; and to Music for a While, my latest episode. The
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Unless a federal judge intervenes, innocent Americans may never see $85 million in cash, precious metals, and family heirlooms seized by the FBI during a raid on Private Vaults (USPV). USPV was indicted by the feds for conspiracy to sell drugs and launder money, which led to the seizure of 800 safety deposit boxes, only
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The arrogance of the liberal media can be measured by their dismissal of all conservative criticism as “bad faith” attacks on the press. Assuming that conservative critics are dishonest and disreputable cynics is a common trope of CNN’s Brian Stelter when liberal journalists become mired in scandal. In a June 15 “Academic Minute” podcast, Marist
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Coronavirus safety posters are displayed in the window of the Sondheim Theatre on June 14, 2021 in London, England. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has confirmed a four-week delay to the final easing of coronavirus restrictions following concern over the virus’s Delta variant and rising infection rates. Rob Pinney | Getty Images The highly contagious delta
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The release of a report by the Pentagon, detailing what the US government knows about what it calls “unidentified aerial phenomena”, is being seen as a moment of validation by members of the UFO community. Researchers and investigators, for so long mocked as conspiracy theorists and worse, say the revelation that a “UAP Task Force”
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Here’s a “coming out story” the media won’t be hyping for Pride month. Scott Cawthon, creator of the popular video game franchise “Five Nights at Freddy’s,” (FNAF) has just come out as a Christian conservative after the left-wing cancel mob decided to look up his name on opensecrets.org. The famous video game designer has donated to
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Nearly 42% of Americans ages 5-17 — roughly overlapping with the ages of K-12 schoolchildren — have already been infected with SARS-CoV-2, according to CDC’s best estimate. That observation, culled from CDC’s “Estimated rates of COVID-19 disease outcomes, per 100,000” by my friend Phil Kerpen, has earth-shattering implications that refute the premise behind the CDC’s
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White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki holds a press briefing at the White House in Washington, D.C., June 21, 2021. (Sarah Silbiger/Reuters) White House press secretary Jen Psaki on Monday dodged questions about the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ vote to draft guidelines that could eventually bar public figures who express support for abortion, like
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A Chicago alderman is firing back at Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s claims that racism is responsible for major problems in the Windy City, explaining that generational gang violence is actually what plagues Chicago. What did Lightfoot claim? Lightfoot announced last Thursday she would divert more than $9 million earmarked for COVID-19 pandemic relief to address
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District attorneys in New York City have dropped looting cases against hundreds of suspects, who were charged during last summer’s riots in the wake of George Floyd’s death, according to a new report. Allowing the looters to get off scot-free has disgusted some NYC business owners who had their stores ravaged by last year’s protests
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On Wednesday, former Bush political strategist Karl Rove wrote a column for The Wall Street Journal titled “Media Partisanship in Plain View.” He called out two examples. The first was a Washington Post story strongly suggesting Republican governors were ending enhanced unemployment benefits for their own personal gain. Reporter Yeganeh Torbati began with West Virginia
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U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy speaks with Justice John Paul Stevens in Washington, D.C., September 29, 2009. (Jim Young/Reuters) 2002—In Atkins v. Virginia, the Court, in an opinion by Justice Stevens (for a majority of six justices), relies on the “direction of change” in state laws, the views of the supposed “world community” and
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Anyone wandering through media reporting of current events must be struck by the evident insolubility of the most critical national and international issues facing our nation. Let me beg to differ and argue that many such issues could readily be solved with a modest dose of humility from the relevant interest groups. November 20 versus
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