Month: April 2021

Police in White Bear Lake, Minnesota, on Friday told TheBlaze that a white high school student who made national headlines this week claiming she was falsely accused of sending racist messages is not a suspect in the incident, which the district superintendent earlier called a “hoax.” What’s the background? White Bear Lake Area High School
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“Hillbilly Elegy” author J.D. Vance accused Bloomberg, the Washington Post, and numerous other media outlets of shaping a false narrative about his exit from the board of an agricultural tech company as he contemplates a run for U.S. Senate in Ohio. Vance, a 36-year-old venture capitalist, on Wednesday resigned from the board of Kentucky-based tomato-grower
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Unlike the liberal networks, who this week tried to justify and explain the Democratic power grab to try and pack the Supreme Court, Fox’s Chris Wallace on Friday wasn’t having any of it. He unloaded on the “unconstitutional,” “bone-headed” move, flatly declaring it’s simply “not going to happen.” Appearing on America’s Newsroom, Wallace appeared as
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Georgia secretary of state Brad Raffensperger at the capitol in Atlanta, November 6, 2020 (Dustin Chambers / Reuters) Corporations that oppose Georgia’s new voting law are being duped by a “false narrative,” according to Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger. On Wednesday, hundreds of major American firms — including Google and Amazon — signed an open
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My Bloomberg Opinion column is about President Biden’s new “Supreme Court reform” commission. One of the topics I take up is whether FDR’s attempt to pack the Court succeeded in intimidating the justices. The story goes that in 1937 Justice Owen Roberts stopped blocking New Deal legislation because he feared court-packing. He had voted to
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The Texas House of Representatives on Thursday gave initial approval to a “constitutional carry” bill that would allow for handguns to be carried, either openly or concealed, without a permit, the Texas Tribune reported. The bill — which would nix current state requirements that residents obtain a license in order to carry a handgun —
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An asinine Bloomberg op-ed suggested that maybe it’s best if people who lost energy jobs under President Joe Biden’s eco-extremist agenda don’t get the new green jobs he falsely promised at all.  Bloomberg Opinion Editor Mark Gongloff’s op-ed was headlined, “Our Single-Minded Drive to Create Jobs Has Its Drawbacks.” Gongloff’s sub-headline was just as ludicrous:
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On Thursday, Senate Republicans plan to introduce the Sustainable Budget Act, which would create a bipartisan national commission to balance the federal budget within 10 years, according to a report from the Washington Examiner. “We are on an unsustainable trajectory. We’ve become numb to the word ‘trillion,’” says Senator Cynthia Lummis (R-Wyo.). “At the rate
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An Italian MP has called for billionaire Bill Gates to face trial in the International Criminal Court for charges of “crimes against humanity.” Sara Cunial, a member of Italy’s Parliament, is accusing Microsoft founder Gates of “working on depopulation and dictatorial control plans” around the world. Advertisement – story continues below The politician blasted Gates, the second-richest man in
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New York State Capitol in Albany (lavendertime/Getty Images) The state is set to waste a massive amount of money encouraging more prospective migrants to break the law. The New York state legislature has recently made two fiscal decisions of note. The first — raising taxes on millionaires — is no surprise. The second, however, is
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(Pixabay) The Alabama and North Dakota Legislatures approved bills to ban transgender girls from playing on female sports teams on Thursday. Alabama governor Kay Ivey and North Dakota governor Doug Burgum have not indicated if they will sign their states’ respective bills. The Alabama Senate approved the state’s bill 25-5, while the House approved some
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Critics of Ivanka Trump reacted harshly and bitterly to her publishing photographs of herself being vaccinated against the coronavirus and encouraging her followers to do the same. “Today, I got the shot!!! I hope that you do too! Thank you Nurse Torres!!!” read the tweet from the daughter of former President Donald Trump on Wednesday.
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Back when we were primates, we used to comb each other’s hair. We laid hands on one another. We pinched fleas and beheaded parasites and swept off dead skin. We protected one another. This wasn’t strictly about hygiene. It was also a bonding ceremony. We maintained social order without ever saying a word. But eventually
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Last June, the Trump-hating reporters who always wanted to underline that Donald Trump was almost traitorously soft on Russia banged a can about a New York Times story claiming Russia secretly offered Afghan militants bounties to kill U.S. troops. Now the liberal Daily Beast website is offering a jaw-dropping assessment: “It was a huge election-time
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Protesters rally outside the Brooklyn Center Police Department as it is guarded by members of the police and National Guard, a day after Daunte Wright was shot and killed by a police officer, in Brooklyn Center, Minn., April 12, 2021. (Leah Millis/Reuters) There is a common thread that ties together many police-involved killings, even with
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Police say an officer shot and killed a suspect they said began “shooting indiscriminately” at people outside the San Antonio International Airport on Thursday. What are the details? San Antonio Police Chief William McManus said during a media conference that they had received a call at around 2:30 of a man driving the wrong way
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(Jonathan Ernst/Reuters) The bill doesn’t have the votes to pass Congress now, but will Democrats successfully pressure the Supreme Court to avoid rulings that enrage progressives? In October 2020, shortly before the confirmation of Justice Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S. Supreme Court, a Siena/New York Times survey asked likely voters: “If Amy Coney Barrett
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