The City by the Bay has been dealing with serious homelessness for years, and during the pandemic things have gotten markedly worse. San Francisco has gone beyond having its everyday poop-in-the-streets problem and rampant drug and alcohol abuse among its homeless population — which, by the way, was enabled when the city’s health department announced
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention now says that fully vaccinated people are OK to mingle indoors with both vaccinated and unvaccinated people in some circumstances. Fully vaccinated is defined as having waited two weeks after receiving both two-dose vaccine shots, or a single one-dose vaccine injection. The CDC, however, still states that all
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Following Oprah Winfrey’s exclusive interview with former royals Meghan Markle and Harry Windsor, the broadcast network morning newscasts filled their programs with 91 minutes and 25 seconds of coverage fawning over the claims by the couple about the alleged horrors and racism carried out by the British royal family as facts. ABC’s Good Morning America, CBS This
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West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin (D) said Sunday that while he is opposed to eliminating the filibuster altogether, he is open to a change in filibuster rules to make it more “painful” for the minority party to block legislation. Many progressive Democrats have urged the Democratic caucus in the Senate to eliminate the filibuster for
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Chinese researchers warned of a coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan approximately two years before COVID-19 emerged in the same city, according to Washington Post columnist and author Josh Rogin. The United States reportedly ignored those warnings. What are the details? In a lengthy Politico article titled “In 2018, Diplomats Warned of Risky Coronavirus Experiments in a
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CBS “journalists” turned into far-left “voting rights” activists on Monday’s CBS This Morning. Co-hosts Anthony Mason, Gayle King and Tony Dokoupil gave a lengthy, largely uncritical interview to Democrat activist Stacey Abrams and singer/activist Janelle Monae, plugging their Amazon documentary about voting suppression, dramatically entitled, All In: The Fight for Democracy. There was only one pushback
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On Monday, Joe Biden will sign yet another executive order that will establish a White House Gender Policy Council, which will “ensure that the Biden-Harris Administration advances gender equity and equal rights and opportunity for women and girls.” This comes after Biden signed an executive order on his first day in office that effectively destroyed
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Sen. Roy Blunt listens during a confirmation hearing in Washington, D.C., January 21, 2021. (Stefani Reynolds/Reuters) Senator Roy Blunt (R., Mo.) announced Monday he will not seek reelection in 2022. “After 14 general election victories — three to county office, seven to the United States House of Representatives, and four statewide elections — I won’t
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(oatawa/Getty Images) About a month ago, news consumers were belatedly informed that New York governor Andrew Cuomo was not a pandemic hero, the Lincoln Project was not filled with noble Republican idealists who were effectively persuading conservatives to stop supporting Donald Trump, and progressive policies were not helping the least fortunate in California. This week,
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On Saturday evening, the NBC Nightly News showed a report by correspondent Sam Brock which surprisingly portrayed Florida as as an economic success because of its less strict anti-COVID regulations, as opposed to California and New York, leading many restaurants to relocate to Florida. On the down side, it was not mentioned that well-managed Florida is controlled by
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When Joe Biden signaled his open-borders plan, it triggered human traffickers south of the border to start teeing up swarms of people to storm the U.S. and flood the already COVID-pandemic-slammed U.S. labor market. But now we learn that the Biden administration has not been COVID testing the illegal immigrants swarming the border before they’re
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This morning we discussed yesterday’s news that two more women had come forward with allegations of sexual harassment against New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. At the time, I suggested that it was unlikely that a personality such as Cuomo’s would ever willingly admit defeat and step down, while the Democrats in the state legislature still
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Senate Democrats rejected efforts on Saturday to keep the forthcoming pandemic-related economic stimulus out of the hands of imprisoned criminals and immigrants who are living in the United Stated illegally. Prior to approving a whopping $1.9 trillion stimulus package — which is stuffed with items completely unrelated to COVID-19 relief — Republicans proposed numerous amendments
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New York Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins is demanding that Gov. Andrew Cuomo resign. The call for Cuomo’s resignation by the top Democrat in the New York state Senate arrives a day after two more women came forward with new accusations of sexual harassment against the New York governor. Stewart-Cousins (D-Yonkers) issued a statement on
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The front page of Sunday’s New York Times celebrated the U.S. Senate’s narrow, party-line approval of President Biden’s $1.9 trillion dollar economic relief package, congressional correspondent Carl Hulse’s “news analysis” still faulted the Republican Party for failing to abide by Biden’s “good intentions” in “Win Shows Quest To Cooperate Is All But Lost.” It’s Hulse’s
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Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy (Joshua Roberts/Reuters) 2013—Less than three weeks before oral argument in cases challenging the federal Defense of Marriage Act and California’s marriage laws, Justice Anthony Kennedy uses the dedication ceremony of a new court library (the “Anthony M. Kennedy Library and Learning Center”) to distribute a reading list that he has
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Classrooms in the second-largest school district in the nation will continue to be dark for the immediate future after the powerful United Teachers of Los Angeles voted “overwhelmingly” not to return to in-person learning until they deem work conditions to be safe. The UTLA announced on Friday that its “members have voted overwhelmingly to resist
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