[ad_1] Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey became a fixture of Americans’ TV screens after a man’s video-recorded death in the custody of city police. Frey has clashed verbally with President Donald Trump in the wake of protests and riots following the incident. George Floyd, 46, died Monday evening after a police officer pressed a knee into
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[ad_1] A Missouri State flag waves outside of Planned Parenthood St. Louis Region, Missouri’s sole abortion clinic, in St. Louis, Mo., May 28, 2019. (Lawrence Bryant/Reuters) A state judge on Friday declared that Missouri’s sole remaining Planned Parenthood clinic will be allowed to remain open, ruling that the health department was in error not to renew the
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[ad_1] FILE PHOTO: People visit Tencent’s booth at the World 5G Exhibition in Beijing, China, Nov. 22, 2019. REUTERS/Jason Lee/File Photo (Reuters) – Chinese internet giant Tencent Holdings Ltd (0700.HK) is in talks to invest $200 million in Warner Music Group, ahead of the record company’s slated initial public offering next week, the Wall Street
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[ad_1] The governor of Illinois has withdrawn restrictions on religious services amid the coronavirus pandemic following lawsuits from the Thomas More Society. The nonprofit law firm hailed Democratic Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s Thursday announcement as a victory after the governor said he would remove mandates on Illinois churches requiring no more than 10 people to
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[ad_1] Democratic 2020 presidential candidate Senator Amy Klobuchar speaks during campaign event in New Hampshire, February 9, 2020. (Brendan McDermid/Reuters) The former prosecutor faces scrutiny over decisions not to prosecute police officers in Minneapolis. As Minneapolis burned this week, so too did Amy Klobuchar’s prospects of becoming Joe Biden’s running mate. Just six weeks ago,
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[ad_1] If you have not been following him on Twitter, @PoliticalMath has been doing yeoman’s work debunking misinformation about coronavirus data. One big theme is the popular conspiracy theory, bandied about regularly by major media, that Florida is actually covering up significant numbers of deaths. But then you look at the evidence: [T]he author of
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[ad_1] The leveraged-loan market received good (but expected) news in a recent case when a judge threw out a suit seeking to classify syndicated loans as “securities” (on par with stocks and bonds). A leveraged loan (to oversimplify) is a loan to a borrower with an already substantial amount of debt. Writing for Bloomberg in
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[ad_1] VALLADOLID, Spain (Reuters) – Spanish archaeologists may have uncovered the final resting place of an Irish nobleman whose bloody 16th-century rebellion almost toppled Ireland’s English rulers. A view shows human remains found in an archeological dig, during the search for Irish nobleman Hugh O’Donnell in Valladolid, Spain May 29, 2020. REUTERS/Juan Medina With some
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[ad_1] (Illustration/Dado Ruvic/Reuters) A number of conservatives seem wedded to the false idea that if social-media sites like Twitter act like “publishers” rather than “platforms,” they can be stripped of liability protections. Take my friend John Daniel Davidson, who writes in The Federalist: “If Twitter wants to editorialize and ‘factcheck’ President Trump’s tweets with disclaimers,
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[ad_1] Former FEC Chairman Brad Smith has a review of left-leaning law professor Rick Hasen’s book Election Meltdown: Dirty Tricks, Distrust, and the Threat to American Democracy. As he notes, Hasen rehashes some tired arguments about “voter suppression” but also makes some solid points, such as criticizing Stacey Abrams for undermining the legitimacy of elections:
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[ad_1] Conservative judges have become increasingly skeptical of the “administrative state.” They are giving executive-branch agencies less deference when those agencies interpret the laws that govern them. They are suggesting that they may act to stop Congress from granting these agencies so much discretion that they practically become lawmakers. President Trump’s appointees to the federal
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[ad_1] Creativity and determination are two of the most appropriate words to describe many churches’ response to COVID-19.  Stay-at-home orders and social distancing measures closed the doors of houses of worship across America, so without the ability to meet in person, some churches went out of their way to practice their faith in new and
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[ad_1] The rioting went on late into the night Thursday in Minneapolis, stretching into early Friday morning with protesters stealing and torching several U.S. Postal Service vans to protest the death in police custody of George Floyd on Monday. On Thursday night Minneapolis officials tweeted out a warning that the gas lines to the third
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[ad_1] Telemundo se desenmascaró al revelar la verdadera razón detrás de su acérrima defensa al uso de mascarillas, y tiene poco que ver con la salud. Observe cómo el reportero Javier Vega confirma esta nueva ofuscación con lo que se ha convertido en un símbolo político de “lo que todos los estadounidenses deberían estar haciendo
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[ad_1] Twitter censored the White House’s official Twitter account after it shared and quoted a tweet from President Donald Trump Friday that the company’s moderators hit for “glorifying violence.” The account shared a tweet Trump composed early Friday morning in which he called people rioting and looting in Minneapolis, Minnesota “THUGS” and suggested that he
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[ad_1] GOP Sen. Ron Johnson is considering subpoenas for two longtime Clinton associates who peddled a dossier about Donald Trump similar to the one pushed by Christopher Steele.  Sidney Blumenthal and Cody Shearer, the Clinton cronies, were involved in one of the more bizarre but unexplored aspects of the Clinton-related efforts to peddle Trump dirt. 
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[ad_1] Aretha Franklin performs in Pasadena, Calif., on September 7, 2005. (Chris Pizzello / Reuters) The latest episode of my Music for a While offers an eclectic program. It has a Shostakovich overture, a spiritual, a Broadway song, a French organ classic. There is also Aretha Franklin, from 1985: “Who’s Zoomin’ Who?” I have said
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[ad_1] Posted by: R. Mitchell in Featured News, Syndicated Posts, Trump Administration, White House Watch May 29, 2020 President Donald Trump participates in a roundtable Friday with business leaders. The group will discuss the reopening of America following the Coronavirus pandemic. The event is scheduled to begin at 4:00 p.m. EDT. Content created by Conservative Daily
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[ad_1] Facebook Chairman and CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifies at a House Financial Services Committee hearing in Washington, U.S., October 23, 2019. (Erin Scott/Reuters) In comments earlier this week, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg argued that social-media companies should strive to avoid regulating the views of users. “I don’t think Facebook or internet platforms in general should
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[ad_1] SAO PAULO/NEW DELHI/PARIS (Reuters) – Aircraft makers are circling Brazil’s Embraer (EMBR3.SA) weeks after Boeing (BA.N) ditched plans for a historic commercial aviation tie-up, people familiar with the matter said. FILE PHOTO: The logo of Brazilian planemaker Embraer SA is seen at the company’s headquarters in Sao Jose dos Campos, Brazil February 28, 2018.
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