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Republicans caved last week, with everyone from Mitch McConnell to Sean Hannity issuing veiled threats and shaming people for not getting vaccinated. McConnell mentioned lockdowns and Hannity spent part of his monologue pushing vaccines. The media and Democrats, redundant for sure, have been stomping their feet for weeks now, blaming vaccine “hesitancy” on right-wing media.
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We saw the Democrat health Nazis coming for years, with their various annual vaccinations that caused the left to become intrudingly more insistent that everyone get the annual shots or not be able to work anymore. During those years I believe it really was concern for public health that the vaxists made their pitch. But
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Occupy Oakland protesters hold a sign and a flag depicting Argentine revolutionary Che Guevara during an anti-police march against the Oakland Police Department on February 4, 2012. (Beck Diefenbach/Reuters) One of the many tricks that leftists have employed to get their way in politics is to mangle the language. That tilts the playing field to
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Almost three years have passed since Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation and the left still can’t let it go. The most recent example was Tiffany Cross, host of MSNBC’s The Cross Connection, declaring that Kavanaugh exhibited “privilege” and “white man rage” while defending himself of sexual assault. The genesis for Cross’s remarks was a recent New York Times report that
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On Tiffany Cross’s MSNBC show this morning, in a segment on abortion and Mississippi’s effort to overturn Roe v. Wade, MSNBC regular Elie Mystal twice portrayed pro-life people as treating women like “incubators with mouthparts.” Pro-life people would reject Mystal’s foul metaphor. They would instead point out that Mystal and his ilk would treat unborn
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Can there be any better example of the absolute untruthfulness of various mainstream media types than this wildly untrue attack on Sean Hannity by The View’s Sunny Hostin? Here’s the headline from The Wrap:  ‘The View’: Sunny Hostin Calls Hannity’s Vaccination Endorsement ‘Too Little, Too Late’  “It only took Sean Hannity over 600,000 deaths to get on
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Since COVID-19 arrived, anyone brave enough to go against the preferred narrative has risked their livelihood, career, and even their personal safety. Dr. Scott Atlas, who served on President Trump’s task force and disagreed with Dr. Anthony Fauci, had to hire private security. Stanford University investigated Atlas and Dr. Jay Bhattacharya for their dissenting recommendations.
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LAREDO, Texas—U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Office of Field Operations (OFO) officers seized narcotics in one enforcement action that totaled over $715,000 in street value. “As our frontline CBP officers enforce more than 400 laws on behalf of more than 40 federal agencies, their vigilance and ever-present dedication to CBP’s priority border security mission
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Back during his first clash with Rand Paul over NIH funding for “gain of function” research at the Wuhan lab, Anthony Fauci was clearly being very lawyerly in his denials. Josh Rogin has a helpful analysis of the latest dust-up between the two that cuts to the heart of the matter: Fauci insisted that it
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Can’t those hateful transphobes just get over themselves? Transgender activists just want to live and let live, right? They just want to make sure that transgender people can use whatever restrooms they want, without bothering anyone, right? Well, Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling might have some words to say about that. On Monday, Rowling shared a
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Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis sent a letter to the State Board Administration on Thursday requesting action be taken against Ben & Jerry’s over their decision to boycott “Occupied Palestinian Territory,” Fox Business reported. The governor asked the brand and their parent company, Unilever, be placed on the “Continued Examination Companies that Boycott Israel List”
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Today on The Editors, Rich, Charlie, Alexandra, and Michael discuss the battle over the January 6th committee appointees, pessimism over the impending infrastructure bill, and Mississippi’s powerful brief on Roe. Listen below, or follow this show on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, TuneIn, or Spotify. Your browser does not support the HTML5 Audio element.
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Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky attends a press conference in Tallinn, Estonia, November 26, 2019. (Ints Kalnins / Reuters) Deputy secretary of state Wendy Sherman is leading a U.S. delegation to “strategic stability” talks with Russia in Geneva on July 28, the State Department said in a statement today. Sherman’s upcoming travels come as no surprise,
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At the Beverly Hilton Hotel on April 28, 2019 in Beverly Hills, California. Down Tuesday went a rare thing: a genuine friend of Donald Trump’s. The ex-president has racked up much in his seven-plus decades: riches and fame beyond imagination, business bankruptcies, an impossible White House tenure, wives, bitter enemies, one escape after another. Through
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Univision continues to advocate for a filibuster-proof budget reconciliation as the means to legalize millions of undocumented immigrants (see here and here). The latest push comes as Univision kicks off its newscast with the meeting between Vice President Kamala Harris and immigration activists over DACA. Watch as anchor Patricia Janiot frames the report early on:
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