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This is part two of the article that ran yesterday. $175 Billion in Subsidies for Electric Vehicles  For as much as liberals complain about large corporate subsidies, they cheer on proposals like these that ultimately (and disproportionately) benefit the very people they resent because: SURPRISE! Electric vehicles are made by large corporations. Large corporations that
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Pro-democracy marchers in Hong Kong, July 1, 2020 (Tyrone Siu / Reuters) Friday was a very bad day for Hong Kong. Jimmy Lai and other democrats were sentenced to prison. For a report in the New York Times, go here. Some friends of Hong Kong — and of democracy in general — have formed the
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WASHINGTON, DC – FEBRUARY 22: U.S. Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) speaks during U.S. Attorney General nominee Merrick Garland’s confirmation hearing in the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill. (Photo by Demetrius Freeman-Pool/Getty Images) Donald Trump believes there’s no such thing as bad publicity. Even from Elba at Palm Beach. We know this. In his eighth
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Always adept at fomenting division and gaslighting MSNBC viewers to hate their political adversaries, network contributor and Princeton professor Eddie Glaude Jr. insisted during Friday’s Andrea Mitchell Reports that police shootings in this day and age have continued to terrorize African-American communities because of former President Ronald Reagan. Viewers almost certainly didn’t know that Glaude would invoke the Gipper when fill-in
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1. Bari Weiss: Why France refuses to Prosecute an Anti-Semitic Murderer Sarah Halimi was a retired French physician and schoolteacher. She was also an Orthodox Jew. On April 4, 2017, Halimi was in her Paris apartment where she lived alone. In the middle of the night, a 27-year-old Muslim man of Malian origin named Kobili
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Unlike the liberal networks, who this week tried to justify and explain the Democratic power grab to try and pack the Supreme Court, Fox’s Chris Wallace on Friday wasn’t having any of it. He unloaded on the “unconstitutional,” “bone-headed” move, flatly declaring it’s simply “not going to happen.” Appearing on America’s Newsroom, Wallace appeared as
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Russian President Vladimir Putin at his annual end-of-year news conference at the Novo-Ogaryovo state residence outside Moscow, Russia, December 17, 2020. (Sputnik/Mikhail Klimentyev/Kremlin via Reuters) The largest group of conservative lawmakers on Capitol Hill is accusing President Joe Biden of exhibiting “a dangerous pattern of weakness” toward Russia, and of perhaps even seeking “reset” of
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Twitter often proves itself to be the pungent cesspool of humanity. As Democrats released their doomed bill to add four seats to the U.S. Supreme Court, bringing the number of justices from nine to 13, Twitter users loudly complained about Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh, and Amy Coney Barrett. The argument goes something like this: Republicans
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A bipartisan bill that would provide $100 billion for technology research to address competition from China could build support for some of the initiatives in the $2.3 trillion infrastructure package, according to the Wall Street Journal. The Senate Commerce Committee on Wednesday held a hearing on the Endless Frontier Act, which would rename the National Science
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(Thomas Peter/Reuters) They said they wouldn’t do it, but of course they did. Scientists working in China — where else? — have constructed embryos that are part human and part monkey. From the Nature story: In the study, researchers fertilized eggs extracted from cynomolgus monkeys (Macaca fascicularis) and grew them in culture. Six days after
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A crew works at the construction site of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline near the town of Kingisepp, Leningrad Region, Russia, June 5, 2019. (Anton Vaganov/Reuters) Declaring that “now is the time to de-escalate,” President Biden announced a suite of sanctions and other reprisal measures as a response to the SolarWinds hack and Moscow’s interference in the 2020
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Roughly two months after banning Project Veritas, Twitter has permanently suspended the investigative outlet’s founder James O’Keefe. O’Keefe’s ban comes after Project Veritas released undercover video of a top CNN executive bragging about helping Joe Biden win the presidency. “Look what we did, we got Trump out. I am 100 percent going to say it,
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Joe Biden signed executive order (EO 14023) on April 9, 2021, which establishes a “Commission on the Supreme Court of the United States.” Biden has signed a total of 39 executive orders so far per federal registry of executive orders. EO 14023 was published April 14, 2021, and its Commission membership “shall be composed of
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Rep. James Traficant, D-Ohio on March, 1996. (Photo by Laura Patterson/CQ Roll Call via Getty Images) “A prophet,” said Mgr. Ronald Knox, “is one who speaks out. He must not wrap up his meaning; he must not expect success.” Like most prophets, Jim Traficant, the legendary Ohio congressman who would have turned 80 next month
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Joe Biden announced that all U.S. troops in Afghanistan will withdraw and a nice, neat, symmetrical ceremony will be held on September 11 to mark the occasion. This will end the longest, costliest (in dollars) war the United States has ever fought. The 2,500 troops and 1,000 special forces, plus mountains of their equipment, will
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Kristen Clarke, President Biden’s nominee to be assistant attorney general for the civil rights division, speaks in Wilmington, Del., January 7, 2021. (Kevin Lamarque/Reuters) Yesterday, Texas senator John Cornyn asked Kristen Clarke, Joe Biden’s nominee for the Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division, about a letter she wrote promoting pseudoscientific racist theories in The Harvard
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