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North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper following his successful reelection bid in Raleigh, N.C., November 3, 2020 (Jonathan Drake/Reuters) One week ago, the North Carolina General Assembly passed a law banning selective abortion, which prohibits physicians from performing an abortion that they know is being sought on the basis of the unborn child’s racial makeup, sex,
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Nearly 4,000 people in Massachusetts have tested positive for the coronavirus after being fully vaccinated, according to the state’s Department of Public Health. These breakthrough cases have occurred in approximately one in 1,000 vaccinated people. Fox News reports that “as of June 12, there were 3,791 coronavirus cases among the more than 3.7 million fully
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Peter Daszak, a member of the World Health Organization (WHO) team tasked with investigating the origins of the coronavirus, uses his mobile phone as he walks at a hotel in Wuhan, China January 29, 2021. (Thomas Peter/Reuters) On the menu today: Peter Daszak recuses himself from the COVID-19 Commission established by the medical journal The
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Naturalization ceremony in Washington, D.C., November 13, 2015. (Mike Segar/Reuters) We hear all the time that America is growing old, and there won’t be enough workers to pay for Social Security or support the economy unless we bring in millions of foreign workers. Putting aside our current employment problems caused by overly generous unemployment benefits,
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A protester carries a Black Lives Matter flag in Elizabeth City, N.C., April 27, 2021. (Jonathan Drake/Reuters) No matter how much progressives want to claim otherwise, parents are genuinely concerned about a divisive worldview being imposed on their children. NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE R eturning once again to the shallow well from which she has pulled
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The Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) Hubei province, Wuhan, China May 15, 2020 (Stringer/Reuters) On the menu today: The Chinese Foreign Ministry argues that the Wuhan Institute of Virology deserves to win the Nobel Prize for Medicine; a look at the blatant contradictions in China’s propaganda about vaccine diplomacy; a senator shrugs off his membership
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Seattle’s Taking B(l)ack Pride even this year is charging white people a reparations fee to attend the event.The local gay activists say they support the move. Via Jack Posobiec. NEW: Seattle’s TAKING B(L)ACK PRIDE event is charging white people a “reparations fee” to attend. The event is hosted at a city park, which prohibits discrimination.
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Ammon Bundy has announced that he is officially running for Governor of Idaho. Bundy’s campaign was announced on Saturday and will be running as a Republican in the state’s primary against Gov. Brad Little. [embedded content] “I’m running for Governor because I’m sick and tired of all of this political garbage just like you are.
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Joe Biden on Thursday signed a law making Juneteenth a federal holiday. No one knew what Juneteenth was until recently. Barack Obama never tweeted about Juneteenth and he never gave a speech about the event. Juneteenth celebrations across the country turned violent on Saturday. TRENDING: WE CAUGHT THEM: President Trump Warned Raffensperger and His Attorney
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Controversial far-left financier George Soros is interested in helping to fund a reparations program in Los Angeles, according to the city’s mayor, Eric Garcetti. The mayor announced on Friday that they have formed an L.A. Reparations Advisory Commission, and, according to a report from the Los Angeles Times, said that Soros’ Open Society Foundations had
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SilencerCo CEO Joshua Waldron fires a handgun with a suppressor in West Valley City, Utah, in 2016. (Jim Urquhart/Reuters) A coming legal battle over firearm suppressors has the potential to cool the tribal rancor of our politics by resurrecting a more robust model of federalism. NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE T he political fight over firearms regulation
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The feds seized $85 million in cash, precious metals and family heirlooms stored in about 800 safe deposit boxes in Los Angeles. A class-action lawsuit claims the FBI “exceeded the search warrant approved by the court” when it raided storage provider, US Private Vaults (USPV) and snooped through the contents of the safe deposit boxes.
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Former Director of the Office of Government Ethics under Obama, Walter Shaub, blasted the Biden administration’s corrupt hiring process. From Just The News: Walter Shaub, the former director of the Office of Government Ethics under the Obama-Biden administration and a frequent critic of President Trump, often appearing on CNN, said on Friday that the Biden
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(Matt Anderson/Getty Images) The Court’s unanimous judgment in Fulton v. City of Philadelphia yesterday is yet another resounding victory for religious freedom and against religious discrimination. Remarkably, particularly given the voting pattern of the liberal bloc in cases involving sexual orientation, all nine justices agreed that Philadelphia violated the free-exercise rights of Catholic Social Services (CSS) when
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Slave shackles on display at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C., in 2016. (Kevin Lamarque/Reuters) The liberation of the last slaves is a moment in American history worthy of celebration, without any partisan framing. Congress has passed, and President Biden has signed into law, the creation of June 19
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(LIgorko/Getty Images) The Wall Street Journal has a piece about the Small Business Administration disaster-loan program’s performance during the pandemic, and concludes that it was terrible. The article is interesting and worth a read as it highlights the ordeal that small-business owners went through when trying to deal with the SBA and its process at
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