Month: September 2021

A stretch of Times Square, September 2021 (Jay Nordlinger) On the rise and fall — and rise again? — of a city Editor’s Note: The below is an expansion of a piece published in the current issue of National Review. Criminologists can give you lots of data — social science. I can give you stories,
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(XiXinXing/Getty Images) The orchestra has taken to addressing old racism by using the tool of racism itself. For decades, orchestras have worked to address racial imbalances in their ranks by creating new pipelines for young artists. They have built outreach-and-engagement departments bringing classical music to young people who were rarely exposed to it, developed music
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Texas law enforcement took action late Saturday over the growing migrant crisis unfolding in Del Rio, Texas, a small town situated on the southern United States border with Mexico. What are the details? Gov. Greg Abbott said Saturday the Texas Department of Public Safety and Texas National Guard were working together to secure the area
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Sometimes the most outrageous bias today emerges in promotional tweets. The New York Times had a long takedown on Sunday’s front page about how the Israelis successfully assassinated Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, Iran’s top scientist developing nuclear weapons to attack Israel, by mounting a robot with a machine gun on a pickup truck. But they made the
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A photo of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in blackface emerged the night before Canada’s federal election. Canada’s federal election will take place on Monday, September 20 and another photo of Trudeau in blackface, likely from an “Arabian Nights” themed party, has been leaked to the media. Advertisement – story continues below A new photo
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The Senate parliamentarian says that Senate Democrats can’t stuff an amnesty for 8 million people into the reconciliation bill. The idea that large-scale changes to the immigration system are primarily fiscal in nature and therefore could be included in reconciliation was always laughably absurd, and the parliamentarian has done the right thing here.
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A new report alleges a seemingly hypocritical accusation against the designer of the dress Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) wore to the swanky Met Gala. The designer, Aurora James, is a “notorious tax deadbeat with unpaid debts dogging her in multiple states,” according to the New York Post. James, 37, designed the “Tax the Rich” dress
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Entertainment award shows are different in the post-Trump age. Gone are the loud and vulgar obscenities and rants against those who think differently than our woke betters in Hollywood. Award shows are back to being almost boring with a few randomly odd remarks sprinkled in that at least half of the viewers will find offensive.
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Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.) and Senator Joe Manchin (D., W.Va) confer before addressing reporters at the Capitol in Washington, D.C., July 9, 2019. (Jonathan Ernst/Reuters) Per Axios, Joe Manchin may be closer to realizing that the Democrats’ spending plans are ridiculous than his party had realized heretofore: Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) is
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Authorities have confirmed they found human remains that match the description of Gabby Petito. During a 6 p.m. EST press conference on Sunday, the FBI revealed that authorities had discovered a body in the Bridger-Teton National Forest in Moose, Wyoming, that was “consistent with the description of” Gabby Petito, the missing 22-year-old van-life girl. “Earlier
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NBC News anchor Chuck Todd admitted Sunday that President Joe Biden has a major “credibility crisis” on his hands after a series of strategic blunders and undelivered promises. What is the background? Over the last month, Biden has faced a series of unforced errors. On top of the botched withdrawal from Afghanistan, Biden’s administration approved
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Donald Trump hasn’t exactly been secretive about his negative feelings for Mitch McConnell. “The Republican Party can never again be respected or strong with political ‘leaders’ like Sen. Mitch McConnell at its helm,” he said less than a month after leaving office. “McConnell’s dedication to business as usual, status quo policies, together with his lack
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(Natural News) Another medical field whistleblower has come forward to blow the lid on the media’s lies concerning hospital ICUs being “overrun” with Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) patients. Josh Snider, who worked in facilities management at Missouri Baptist Medical Center (MBMC), personally confirmed that his hospital has been largely empty, despite claims by upper management that
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(Natural News) There is a privileged class of “elites” in this country who have declared themselves exempt from all Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccine” mandates. One of them is Congress, and another is the NBA. According to reports, professional basketball players will not be forced to take an “Operation Warp Speed” injection because they are more
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Customers show proof of their COVID vaccinations before entering the Martha restaurant in Philadelphia, Pa., August 7, 2021. (Hannah Beier/Reuters) Now is not the time to hammer food establishments trying to crawl out of the pandemic. The pandemic and related closures hit the restaurant industry hard, with about 90,000 eateries closing permanently. When the pandemic
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Ford’s Theatre lives in American infamy as the site where Abraham Lincoln, the 16th United States president, was fatally shot by John Wilkes Booth in April 1865. The theatre is now a national historical site managed by the National Park Service. However, an official social media account belonging to Ford’s Theatre incited mockery over the
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A U.S. citizen stranded in Afghanistan presented an emotional account of how the State Department failed to help her evacuate the country as the Taliban marched to power. Jen Wilson is the chief operating officer of the Army Week Association, a nonprofit organization founded to ease veterans’ transition from military service. Since the U.S. withdrawal
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Whichever man or woman takes the presidential oath of office in January 2025 will confront an emboldened Iran on the verge of a world-changing achievement. The Biden administration came to office determined to “restore” the Obama administration’s fatally flawed Iran nuclear deal (JCPOA) that then-President Donald Trump withdrew from three years later. Despite six rounds
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The first all-citizen space crew returned to earth after SpaceX has the first Atlantic splashdown in 50 years.  Yesterday, SpaceX and America made history. FOX Business reported: A SpaceX capsule carrying four space tourists aimed for a splashdown off the Florida coast Saturday evening. TRENDING: What’s Going On? Arizona Recently Processed 673,000 Voter Identities with the Social
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Thousands of migrants take shelter as they await to be processed near the Del Rio International Bridge after crossing the Rio Grande river in Del Rio, Texas, U.S. September 2021. (Adrees Latif/Reuters) Representative August Pfluger (R., Texas) is sounding alarms after visiting Del Rio, Texas, where Border Patrol agents have been overwhelmed by thousands of
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Thousands of New Yorkers protested against vaccine mandates on Saturday. A diverse crowd demonstrated in New York City against the government’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate orders in a protest dubbed the “rally for freedom,” which was a part of a worldwide demonstration. A diverse crowd marched through the streets of New York City on Saturday; some
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