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Microsoft Office’s “woke” spellcheck program is getting new attention after its creation in 2020. The feature was reported this week by Gizmodo and Daily Mail. The company said the feature was first created in March 2020 and reportedly flags “insensitive phrases,” according to Gizmodo: “Some examples include changing “blacklist” and “whitelist” to “accepted” or “allowed
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Congressional Democrats are gazing into their crystal balls, and they don’t like what they see. In fact, they’re terrified at the genuine red wave building across the country that threatens to swamp a record number of them in November’s midterms. Joe Biden’s presidency resembles a bombed-out building. None of his major agenda items — climate
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Is Ray Epps the key to uncovering a deep state conspiracy that many of us have suspected for years?  With what we have witnessed with Midyear Exam, Crossfire Hurricane, the Whitmer Kidnapping, the 2020 election, and now the January 6 “insurrection,” it has become obvious that our government is not that of a healthy functioning democratic
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(maroke/iStock/Getty Images) Rebecca Bodenheimer, in Politico, on how school closures in Oakland during Covid exposed the gap between her progressive politics and the reality of progressives: There was no recognition of the fact that we were advocating for our kids, who were floundering in remote learning, or that public schools across the country (in red states)
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Conservative radio host Mark Levin praised a “fantastic” MRC Business study that revealed liberal billionaire George Soros’ massive spending on a new global university network. Media Research Center President Brent Bozell joined Levin on his radio show to dig into the details. Levin told Bozell that the study by MRC Assistant Editor Joseph Vazquez —
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President Joe Biden went to Atlanta Tuesday to push for passage of what Democrats hail as “voting rights” legislation. The speech prompted pundits to question the wisdom of a president who promised to bring the country together comparing opponents of the Democrats’ Freedom to Vote Act and John Lewis Voting Rights Act to Jefferson Davis,
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Virginia Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin speaks during his election-night party in Chantilly, Va., November 3, 2021. (Elizabeth Frantz/Reuters) Republican Glenn Youngkin was sworn in today as the 73rd governor of Virginia, joined by incoming lieutenant governor Winsome Sears and incoming attorney general Jason Miyares, both Republicans. Youngkin defeated Democratic former governor Terry McAuliffe by
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American politics, like American life, is more than D.C. and the federal government.  This was going to be a different column.  The federal government, made up of three branches as it is, provides a convenient typography for political actors and reformers. There are people whose theories of politics—that is to say, theories of power and
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Always one for sounding off like a far-left political pundit, CNN medical analyst and George Washington University doctor Jonathan Reiner joined Friday morning’s CNN Newsroom to sound off on the Supreme Court striking down President Biden’s vaccine mandate for large businesses as ”shameful,” accusing the Court of hypocrisy. But, in reality, he just showed he doesn’t know how broad mandates
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A high school in Oregon gave a presentation featuring a “Pyramid of White Supremacy” that discussed concepts like “white  fragility” and “white saviorism,” according to documents obtained by Parents Defending Education. A “Pyramid of White Supremacy” displayed “indifference” at the bottom, which included phrases such as “remaining apolitical” and believing there are “two sides to
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Russian President Vladimir Putin and Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu visit the Mulino training ground to observe the military exercises Zapad-2021 staged by the armed forces of Russia and Belarus in Nizhny Novgorod Region, Russia, September 13, 2021. (Sputnik/Sergei Savostyanov/Pool via Reuters) I don’t agree with everything Damon Linker writes over at The Week about the
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It’s clear The New York Times is selectively concerned about jail conditions for politically controversial inmates and defendants — depending on whether they are pro- or anti-Donald Trump. In one corner, we have Benjamin Weiser’s sympathetic, wholly credulous story about disgraced anti-Trump lawyer and former liberal media darling, “Once a Trump Foil, Michael Avenatti Says Jail Treatment
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I’ve written in the past about how difficult it is to avoid radical LGBTQ propaganda. It’s everywhere. Hollywood, literature, even public schools. If you want to protect your kids from being brainwashed, your options have become increasingly limited. Schools, in particular, are a crucial battleground as propaganda disguised as sex education is polluting the minds of
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A cyberattack struck the Ukrainian government on Thursday, leaving a warning to “be afraid and expect the worst” on government websites, Reuters reported. The attack hit the foreign ministry, the cabinet of ministers, the security and defense council and more, Reuters reported. It left some websites inaccessible Friday morning, prompting Ukraine to open an investigation
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Australia’s immigration minister canceled the visa of unvaccinated tennis star Novak Djokovic for a second time on Friday, the minister said. Djokovic’s visa was reinstated on Monday by Judge Anthony Kelly, but Immigration Minister Alex Hawke said in a statement Friday that he used his discretionary powers to cancel it again “on the basis that
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President Joe Biden delivers remarks on the grounds of Morehouse College and Clark Atlanta University in Atlanta, Ga., January 11, 2022. (Jonathan Ernst/Reuters) The world keeps stubbornly refusing to end. Joe Biden is going to be a very bad president, but it appears at the moment that the worst of his excesses are going to
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Maggie Haberman of The New York Times reports that the time for hardball has arrived. The Republican National Committee says it may require candidates to pledge to not participate in debates run by the Commission on Presidential Debates. In recent years, the moderators have caused controversy by insisting on “fact checking” the Republicans (and aiding the impression
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