[ad_1] It’s easy to imagine Hillary Clinton’s frustration that an inexperienced amateur like Donald Trump would challenge her for president. It’s the feeling a media critic gets when an inexperienced amateur like Hillary Clinton press flack Phillippe Reines attempted to do media criticism for the Daily Beast website. The headline was “I Spent a Week
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[ad_1] (Christian Hartmann/Reuters) Comedian Joe Rogan has signed a deal to air his popular podcast, The Joe Rogan Experience, exclusively on Spotify. Rogan’s podcast currently receives tens of millions of downloads per month, and is currently available for free on YouTube and Apple’s podcast app. Spotify, a streaming services platform, offers listeners free access to
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[ad_1] Former FBI director James Comey speaks on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., Dec. 7, 2018. (Joshua Roberts/Reuters) In a newly declassified email that Susan Rice sent to herself on January 20, 2017, the former national-security adviser said that former FBI director James Comey had “no indication” that Michael Flynn had passed along classified information
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[ad_1] (Reuters) – Five McDonald’s (MCD.N) workers in Chicago filed a class action lawsuit against the chain on Tuesday, accusing it of failing to adopt government safety guidance on COVID-19 and endangering employees and their families. FILE PHOTO: A McDonald’s restaurant logo in Chicago, Illinois, United States, July 23, 2015. REUTERS/Jim Young McDonald’s failed to
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[ad_1] Rep. Elise Stefanik, November 19, 2019 (Jacquelyn Martin/Reuters) Representative Elise Stefanik called Tuesday for an investigation into Governor Andrew Cuomo’s decision to order nursing homes to admit residents who tested positive for coronavirus. “The governor took executive action forcing positive COVID cases back into nursing homes,” the New York Republican, who represents the state’s
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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. The committee will debate and vote June
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[ad_1] A pharmacy worker shows pills of hydroxychloroquine used to treat the coronavirus at the CHR Centre Hospitalier Regional de la Citadelle Hospital in Liege, Belgium, April 22, 2020. (Yves Herman/Reuters) The president claims he’s taking it as a prophylactic. The media met that with hysteria instead of conscientious coverage. President Donald Trump claims that
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[ad_1] The American Civil Liberties Union used to be a great institution.  Founded in January 1920, the ACLU sought to become, in its own words, “the nation’s premier defender of the rights enshrined in the U.S. Constitution.” Over the decades, the organization fought for civil liberties even when no one else would. The ACLU fought
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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] FILE PHOTO: An American flag flies outside of the U.S. Capitol dome ahead of the House of Representatives resolution appointing managers for the Senate impeachment trial against U.S. President Donald Trump in Washington, U.S., January 15, 2020. REUTERS/Tom Brenner/File Photo WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Calling the novel coronavirus the “greatest adversary” facing the United States,
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[ad_1] The journalists at CNN on Tuesday conducted a Democratic strategy session as hosts Alisyn Camerota, John Berman and liberal commentator Bakari Sellers worried that Donald Trump’s “simple message” on reopening the country might actually resonate with people. Camerota fretted, “Bakari, as you know, President Trump also doesn’t really deal in details and so one
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[ad_1] The COVID-19 pandemic brought the problems of the modern education system home to families—literally. Traditional brick-and-mortar school buildings were abruptly emptied, and parents found themselves adjusting to a return to home education, in which children learned from Mom and Dad around the kitchen table. Three months ago, only 3% of families educated their children
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[ad_1] Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-TX) questions Gordon Sondland, U.S. Ambassador to the European Union, during a House Intelligence Committee impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump on Capitol Hill, November 20, 2019. (Samuel Corum/Pool via Reuters) The Senate Intelligence Committee approved President Trump’s appointment of Representative John Ratcliffe (R., Texas) as national intelligence director in a
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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] Audio Released of JOE BIDEN Pressuring Ukrainian President Poroshenko to FIRE VIKTOR SHOKIN Who Was Investigating His Son! An audio tape was released by Creative Destruction Media where Joe Biden is pressuring former Ukrainian President Poroshenko to fire former Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin. The men discuss the firing of then Prosecutor Shokin for corrupt
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[ad_1] A recent New York Times op-ed observed that “Danes haven’t built a ‘socialist’ country. Just one that works.” A more precise observation would have been that Denmark has built a free-market democracy that works for Danes. Given the fact that America is a much larger and far more diverse and multifaceted nation than Denmark,
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[ad_1] A new study by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, “Gender and Trade,” considers the impact of trade on women and notes that effective trade policy “works in tandem with domestic policy to support women’s economic empowerment.” More specifically, the report highlights the importance of market structure and institutional quality in shaping
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