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[ad_1] People in Tokyo, Japan, watch a screen showing Japan’s prime minister declaring a state of emergency, following the coronavirus outbreak, April 7, 2020. (Naoki Ogura/Reuters) As mentioned yesterday, the general sense is that several Asian nations have handled the threat of the coronavirus more effectively than the United States has, through a variety of
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[ad_1] Attorney General William Barr speaks during a farewell ceremony for Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein at the Justice Department in Washington, D.C., May 9, 2019. (Leah Millis/Reuters) The Justice Department on Tuesday filed a statement of interest supporting the Temple Baptist Church of Greenville, Miss. whose congregants were fined for attending a drive-in Easter
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[ad_1] New York Times columnist Michelle Goldberg, who believed accusations of sexual assault by Christine Blasey Ford against Judge Brett Kavanaugh, set out a pathetic partisan defense of another politician accused of #MeToo missteps on Tuesday: Presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden. The defensive strain was captured in the headline, “That Biden Accusation.” Goldberg previously defended
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[ad_1] Censorious tech activist and former Reddit CEO Ellen K. Pao took a swing at President Donald Trump during a time of crisis. Pao bashed the president in a tweet April 14. Pao included in her tweet an article from The Washington Post headlined “What it really means when Trump calls a story ‘fake news.’”
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[ad_1] Posted by: R. Mitchell in Featured News, Syndicated Posts, Trump Administration, White House Watch April 14, 2020 Topics in this post: coronavirus White House Press Briefings Members of the White House Coronavirus Task Force hold a briefing to update the nation on recent developments. Live Stream of Coronavirus Task Force Briefing Content created by Conservative
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[ad_1] Seven Republican senators are demanding answers from the World Health Organization surrounding its “role in helping the Chinese Communist Party cover up information regarding the threat of the Coronavirus.” “Ahead of an anticipated congressional hearing, we write today to request information regarding the WHO’s failed and delayed response to the Coronavirus,” the senators wrote
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[ad_1] (Carlos Jasso/Reuters) Not really. Conservative Wisconsin supreme court justice Dan Kelly lost his race for a ten-year term to liberal challenger Jill Karofsky by eleven percentage points in the state’s spring election, according to official results released Monday night. New York Times reporter Reid Epstein calls the liberal win a “stunning upset,” but that
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[ad_1] Democrat Georgia State Rep. Vernon Jones has defied his party and endorsed President Donald Trump’s reelection. Jones also slammed Biden, saying that his policies devastated a generation of African American families. Jones endorsed Trump on Tuesday, praising the president for the economy, criminal justice reform, and his support for historically black colleges. Speaking to
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[ad_1] President Donald Trump addresses the daily coronavirus task force briefing at the White House in Washington, D.C., April 6, 2020. (Kevin Lamarque/Reuters) It’s quite heartening to see a sudden deference to federalism among our political media: 10th amendment https://t.co/GOwsXFltBM — Chris Cillizza (@CillizzaCNN) April 14, 2020 Cillizza is right. Donald Trump isn’t empowered to
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[ad_1] President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton at a campaign rally in Philadelphia, Pa., November 7, 2016. (Brian Snyder/Reuters) Far from being political retribution, the move, which came in a FOIA case related to Clinton’s private-server use, applied standard DOJ guidance. The Justice Department has declined to join former secretary of state Hillary Clinton’s effort
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[ad_1] Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden speaks during a campaign stop at Tougaloo College in Tougaloo, Miss., March 8, 2020. (Brendan McDermid/Reuters) Writing yesterday in the New York Times, columnist Michelle Goldberg exemplifies how not to opine on politics if you wish to be taken seriously by any significant percentage of your readers. “What to
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[ad_1] With millions of students at home as the result of coronavirus district closures, and families finding themselves thrown into “unexpected homeschooling,” Americans rightly expect that teachers, administrators, and principals at all types of schools would be embracing an “all hands on deck” approach to this challenging situation. But while instances of cooperation between public
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[ad_1] Despite most of the liberal media hailing New York Governor Andrew Cuomo as the nation’s “acting president” over his response to the coronavirus pandemic, on Tuesday’s CBS This Morning, co-host Tony Dokoupil actually repeatedly pressed the Democrat on whether he should have taken quicker action to combat the disease outbreak in his state. “Governor,
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[ad_1] Public health has two components: the public and its health. The COVID-19 pandemic overwhelmed Italy’s health system, which resulted in hospitals rationing the ventilators needed by those with advanced disease. To prevent such a situation in America, states and localities have implemented stay-at-home measures that put strict limitations on our rights. By the weekend
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[ad_1] The top New York Times editor admits an article about allegations of sexual assault by former vice president Joe Biden was changed after his campaign complained. Executive editor Dean Baquet said Biden’s campaign got in touch after the article appeared. Reporter Ben Smith, also of the New York Times, asked Baquet in an interview:
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[ad_1] After the U.S. descends from the peak of the coronavirus pandemic, how the fabled return to normalcy will look remains uncertain. The White House’s guidance for extreme social distancing will expire on April 30, and President Trump has said he hopes to reopen the economy soon. But the path back to normal is unlikely
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[ad_1] A person in a face mask walks through an almost empty Times Square in New York City as the coronavirus outbreak continues, March 18, 2020. (Andrew Kelly/Reuters) It’s not easy to grasp. Ever since “flatten the curve” became our mantra last month, the key metric seems to be hospitalizations. With widespread infection inevitable, the
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[ad_1] Millionaire CNN anchor Chris Cuomo went on a rant, Monday, complaining that, as far as his job, “I don’t like what I do.” The liberal host also offered an angry assessment of Donald Trump, blasting him as “full of shit.” Cuomo, who has an estimated net worth of $12 million, threw a pity party:
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[ad_1] Travelers line up outside the Hankou Railway Station after travel restrictions to leave Wuhan, China, were lifted, April 8, 2020. (Aly Song/Reuters) From ‘antibody’ to ‘Wuhan,’ old terms take on new meaning. Antibody badges = surely a German import Antibody tests = It seems that nobody tests. AOC = See, emissions went down during
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