[ad_1] President Donald Trump speaks during the daily coronavirus task force briefing at the White House, April 21, 2020. (Jonathan Ernst/Reuters) President Trump on Tuesday said an immigration ban he announced the previous day on Twitter would consist of a 60-day “pause,” to be renewed if the administration deemed it necessary. The pause will affect
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[ad_1] On Monday night, it was one liberal talking to another liberal as Daily Show host Trevor Noah appeared on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert. Noah blamed all recent crises on Donald Trump himself, saying, “People forget, every single issue or every single scandal his administration has faced has been something that’s been self-imposed,
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[ad_1] Attorney General William Barr in Washington, D.C. February 6, 2020 (Joshua Roberts/Reuters) I am seeing a lot of Twitter outrage and criticism descend on Attorney General Bill Barr for what strikes me as fairly anodyne comments he made on Hugh Hewitt’s radio show. The first set of relevant remarks came when Hewitt asked whether
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[ad_1] Max von Sydow and Bengt Ekerot in The Seventh Seal (Svensk Filmindustri/IMDb) Pay attention when Antonius Block, the protagonist of The Seventh Seal, raises his eyes to scan the distance behind his opponent, Death, in their final outdoor meetup over the chessboard. Forget the chess for a moment. Watch the eyes. They tell the
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[ad_1] Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden participates in the 11th Democratic Party debate on March 15, 2020.(Photo by MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images) The Democratic Party is decadent, its future stillborn as its past seizes ownership of its backward-looking present. In 2020, the party is set to nominate for president a man who wasn’t good
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[ad_1] The campaign of journalist turned congressional candidate Laura Loomer is calling for a “freeze” on Nancy Pelosi’s congressional salary and to put the pay of dopey bartender AOC and Iranian regime sympathizer Ilhan Omar “on ICE”. I have known #LauraLoomer for years and said from day one that if she runs she will win…
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[ad_1] A police officer stands outside the Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C., January 22, 2020. (Sarah Silbiger/Reuters) The seemingly simple case generated five opinions but was correctly decided in the end. The Supreme Court has managed to transform a very straightforward issue into something quite complex. Don’t blame the current justices, though. On the
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[ad_1] Attendees walk past a Facebook logo at the company’s developers conference in San Jose, Calif., April 30, 2019. (Stephen Lam/Reuters) Instead of stifling protests against lockdowns, Facebook should treat political content dispassionately and allow users to curate their own experiences. A scattering of protests aimed at state lockdowns erupted across the country last week,
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[ad_1] Former vice president Joe Biden speaks during the Democratic presidential debate in Washington, D.C., March 15, 2020. (Kevin Lamarque/Reuters) In a new article at Mother Jones — titled “Sexual Assault Advocates Are Grappling With the Allegations Against Joe Biden” (don’t let the phrasing trouble you; the individuals in question are not, in fact, advocates of sexual
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[ad_1] Reopening America’s economy is going to take leadership and insight from every sphere of society, including the faith community.  The Rev. Samuel Rodriguez, president of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference and a member of the National Coronavirus Recovery Commission, joins The Daily Signal Podcast to talk about what a pastor brings to the
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[ad_1] During Sunday’s White House Coronavirus Task Force briefing, President Trump clashed with two usual suspects in CBS’s Weijia Jiang and CNN’s Jeremy Diamond after loaded, snarky questions on behalf of their fellow liberal media firefighters, acting with supposed bravery and perseverance. Things ended poorly for both with the former being told to be “relax”
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