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[ad_1] With an ultimately unimpressive record, he hasn’t made the right political calibrations to bolster his support. Donald Trump captured the presidency in 2016 in part because he perceived, alone among presidential contenders that year, that a chasm had opened up between the country’s arrogant meritocratic elite and vast numbers of citizens who felt the
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[ad_1] In a piece today on the homepage, I detail the Democratic efforts to extend small-business loans to Planned Parenthood affiliates, and I argue that an easier way to solve the ongoing fight over abortion funding is simply to render all abortion providers ineligible for government funding. That is, perhaps, too tall of an order
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[ad_1] Since yesterday’s column on how distance-learning arrangements at public schools are going to create strain in the medium term, a few people have pointed out that I was an early advocate for closing schools to stop the spread of coronavirus where there were outbreaks. Or that I once worried affluent parents were preventing the
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[ad_1] (Pixabay) In response to A Question for Andy Ramesh, I have no problem with Romney or anyone else criticizing the president for terminating an inquiry into possible misconduct that would embarrass the administration — and if that’s what the evidence shows happened, I would applaud it. And I have indeed conceded that the institution
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[ad_1] Posted by: R. Mitchell in Featured News, Syndicated Posts, Trump Administration, White House Watch May 19, 2020 President Donald Trump delivers remarks Tuesday on America’s farmers, ranchers and the nation’s food supply. The event is scheduled to begin at 11:00 a.m. EDT. Content created by Conservative Daily News and some content syndicated through CDN is
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[ad_1] The New York State Department of Health admitted that the state knowingly omitted an unknown number of coronavirus deaths from its tallies of nursing home fatalities. The state began undercounting the deaths after New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo faced scrutiny for ordering nursing homes to accept positive coronavirus patients. Under the new rules, New
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[ad_1] A judge granted a preliminary injunction Monday freezing all of Oregon Gov. Kate Brown’s coronavirus executive orders restricting church services and business, media reports show. Brown exceeded her authority when she restricted activities for longer than the 28 days the governor is authorized under state law, Baker County Circuit Court Judge Matt Shirtcliff said.
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[ad_1] The Senate Judiciary Committee will vote on June 4 whether to authorize subpoenas for documents and testimony from more than 50 current or former government officials, including James Comey and John Brennan, as part of the panel’s investigation into abuse of the surveillance process during Crossfire Hurricane. Sen. Lindsey Graham, the chairman of the
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[ad_1] Democratic Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said Monday that she will not change the way she runs Michigan during the coronavirus pandemic. The Michigan governor discussed her coronavirus restrictions and the protests that have erupted against her executive orders during an interview with Fox News. Whitmer sparked outrage after implementing strict stay-at-home orders prohibiting Michigan residents
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[ad_1] Apple provided the Department of Justice investigators almost no help as they worked to collect cell phone data from the Pensacola, Florida shooter’s iPhone, federal law enforcement officials said Monday. Investigators needed a bit of luck to gain access to Second Lt. Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani’s phone to collect cell phone data, which revealed his
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[ad_1] Republican lawmakers are pushing for sanctions on Chinese communist party officials over China’s “duplicitous, ineffective, and cruel” response to the coronavirus outbreak. Republican representatives Jim Banks of Indiana, Dan Crenshaw of Texas, and Lance Gooden of Texas sent a letter Monday to Secretaries Mike Pompeo and Steven Mnuchin asking that Global Magnitsky Sanctions be
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