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After covering for the Bidens before the 2020 Election, the media is finally touching upon the Hunter Biden saga. Kyle Becker at Trending Politics notes today: The mainstream news media covered for future president Joe Biden during his election campaign by referring to the Hunter Biden laptop scandal as likely “Russian disinformation.” Twitter even went
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Stacey Abrams speaks at the Center for American Progress 2019 Ideas Conference in Washington, D.C., May 22, 2019. (Kevin Lamarque/Reuters) The activist started Jim Crow 2.0 in Georgia. NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE B y the time the reader of the Stacey Abrams book Our Time Is Now gets to page 89, he is numb with the
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Joe Biden on Thursday delivered remarks on ‘gun violence’ in America and announced his ‘initial’ executive actions on gun control. Biden used this as an opportunity to trash America and attack the Second Amendment. Advertisement – story continues below In addition to all of Biden’s lies about firearms and the Second Amendment, perhaps the scariest
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Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos at a news conference in Seattle, Wash., June 18, 2014 (Jason Redmond/Reuters) Progressives are curiously full of praise for Big Business now that it’s singing their tune. NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE H aving spent much of the last year acting as a cheering section for whatever political causes were de rigueur among
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Joe Biden is trying to pass a multi-trillion dollar infrastructure bill that isn’t really about infrastructure. As a result, Democrats are straining to redefine what counts as infrastructure. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand of New York really pushed it. The Daily Caller reports: TRENDING: WATCH: Alex Jones Physically Stops Vehicle After Witnessing Migrant Children Being Stuffed in
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(kasto80/iStock/Getty Images) The real problem is not a lack of attention paid to such issues, but how colleges of education often approach them. ‘I can get through graduate school without ever discussing racism. . . . I can get through a teacher-education program without ever discussing racism,” wokeness guru Robin DiAngelo asserts in chapter 1
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More than 130 illegal aliens surrendered to border patrol agents near San Miguel, Arizona on Wednesday. The group consisted of citizens from Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, and Nicaragua according to interim Chief Patrol Agent of the U.S. Border Patrol for the Tucson sector, John Modlin. “Masks were provided and the group was transported to Tucson
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(mizoula/Getty Images) The United States, Antony Blinken announced this afternoon, will “restart U.S. economic, development, and humanitarian assistance for the Palestinian people.” In addition to reviving direct U.S. funding to a variety of projects in Gaza and the West Bank, this will also include $150 million to the U.N. Relief and Works Agency, a specialized
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John Schnatter, founder of Papa John’s, arrives at the American Music Awards in Los Angeles, November 20, 2011. (Danny Moloshok/Reuters) Newly released audio and transcript files reveal a shameful story of corporate cancel culture run amok. NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE I f you get asked in a corporate setting to “role play” or to have an
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Governor Asa Hutchinson speaks at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, July 19, 2016. (Jim Young/Reuters) Tucker Carlson interrogated Arkansas Republican governor Asa Hutchinson on Tuesday night over his decision to veto a bill banning gender-transition surgery for minors in his state. The Fox News host opened the interview with a direct challenge: “I
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(MisterClips/Getty Images) The boycott is merely a tool, and its consequences are neither universally deleterious nor rewarding. American boycotts have only proliferated since the early 1770s. Every other week, it seems, brings a new pocketbook-protest of one sort or another. Neither party has a monopoly on these efforts. Goya. The National Basketball Association. Chick-fil-A. Major
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(.shock/Getty Images) Public-school funding has actually been increasing for decades. The real problem is a lack of incentive for schools to meet students’ needs. Some myths never die. The Biden administration just proposed another $100 billion for school-building upgrades on top of the mostly unspent $193 billion in stimulus funding Congress had already allocated to
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