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Friday’s New York Times hit every typical liberal note as Florida passed a voting-integrity law. Reporters Patricia Mazzei and Nick Corasaniti collected every cliche under the cliched headline: Florida Republicans Pass Voting Limits in Broad Elections Bill The bill, which Gov. Ron DeSantis is expected to sign, is the latest Republican effort to restrict voting
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An eternity ago, when the 45th was still in office and not yet wiped out of existence by Jack Dorsey, it was fun to guess at which previous POTUS could be taken as the closest model for The Donald. Such comparison is both a natural habit in thinking about so historically charged an office and a
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Marie Yovanovitch testifies as part of the impeachment inquiry into then-president Donald Trump in Washington, D.C., November 15, 2019. (Jonathan Ernst/ Reuters) Manhattan federal prosecutors sought evidence relating to former ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch, as well as communications between Rudy Giuliani and a number of Ukrainian officials, in a raid on Giuliani’s apartment on
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The publisher of the Eternal World Television Network tore into President Joe Biden Friday over the new president’s “complete opposition to fundamental Church teaching.”  Michael P. Warsaw warned that “there is an additional hazard associated with Joe Biden’s propensity for promoting radical agendas from behind a benign mask of genial faith.”  “One major reason Biden
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A third-party fact-checker on Instagram labeled a quote from Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) on racism in America as “missing context.” The post that was flagged came from Turning Point USA’s account. The fact-checker Science Feedback bizarrely warned users to “encourage the general public to wear face masks to reduce the COVID-19 transmission.” It added how “the same
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Employees of Basecamp, a popular software company, quit en masse on Friday after a ban on “societal and political” discussions. The exodus came after a heated debate at the company about their inclusive policies. The original disagreement arose over a list of Basecamp customers with “funny names.” Some employees complained that the names were either
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Former President Donald Trump mocked the popular social media platform Twitter Friday after the company’s stock plummeted by more than 15% on Thursday. Trump, who was famously permanently suspended from Twitter after the U.S. Capitol rioting, released a statement blaming the collapse of their stock on their shutting down some accounts. “Twitter stock ‘plunged’ as
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About 14 separate families or groups of illegal immigrants boarded a flight Thursday at McAllen International Airport in Texas, the man in charge of border security during the Trump administration told The Daily Signal. Mark Morgan, former commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection, said he saw the illegal immigrants board the American Airlines flight
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The nation is gripped with a public health crisis, but apparently, the bureaucrats over at the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) think what we really ought to be focusing on right now is banning menthol-flavored cigarettes. Their justification?  “Banning menthol—the last allowable flavor—in cigarettes and banning all flavors in cigars will help save lives, particularly
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Washington — According to the Washington Times — also known as the Good Times — last week, the Biden administration made plans “to offer grants for U.S. history classes that teach critical race theory and the ‘1619 Project,’” which is a confection of The New York Times. Both critical race theory and “The 1619 Project”
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Texas Republican congressional candidate Susan Wright is asking federal law enforcement to investigate a robocall that is contacting voters with false allegations that she murdered her husband. Wright’s campaign reached out to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Department of Justice, and the Tarrant County Sheriff’s office on Friday after supporters received a voicemail message
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Georgia state Rep. Barry Fleming lost his job over the state’s recently passed election reform legislation. The Hancock County Board of Commissioners voted 4-0 to ask Fleming to resign as county attorney “after pressure from citizens opposed to his work on proposed voting law changes,” Georgia Public Broadcasting reported March 10. Critics of Georgia’s new law
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