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A Columbia University adjunct lecturer insists that the American flag is a hateful symbol of genocide. What are the details? Professor Anthony Zenkus of the university’s school of social work, responded to a tweet that said the hammer and sickle “is a symbol of genocide.” Zenkus tweeted, “The American Flag is a symbol of genocide.
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Reports from Nice, France, indicate that at least three people have been brutally attacked, including one who was beheaded and another two who have been confirmed dead, inside a church in Nice, France. The mayor of Nice, Christian Estrosi, has already stated that “everything points to a terrorist attack” as the country faces increasing unrest
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NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE W hat kind of president might Joe Biden be should he be elected next Tuesday? No one can really say. Consider two widely circulated Biden videos. Video one: Biden, campaigning in the New Hampshire Democratic primary and surrounded by activists, approaches a young progressive who says she worries that he won’t do
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Baik’s parents Cambridge Beauty Supply store looted (Christine Baik) Christine Baik received a security alert on her phone at 7:12 p.m. on Tuesday: someone had broken into her parent’s Philadelphia beauty supply store. She called her parents, who were on their way home. They immediately turned around. “They went back to the store and found
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Girl Scouts of the USA organization has issued an apology after receiving backlash for publicly congratulating Justice Amy Coney Barrett for becoming the fifth woman appointed to the Supreme Court of the United States. What are the details? On Wednesday, the group tweeted portraits of all the women who have been chosen to sit on
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Golf icon Jack Nicklaus endorsed President Donald Trump for next week’s presidential election and the president offered a grateful response from his Twitter account. Nicklaus tweeted his endorsement in a statement on Wednesday. “Through the years, I have been blessed to personally know several Presidents on both sides of the aisle. All were good people.
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CNN contributor and former administration bureaucrat Miles Taylor revealed Wednesday that he was the so-called “senior administration official” who wrote an op-ed for The New York Times in 2018 with many unsubstantiated accusations against President Trump. CNN’s Chris Cuomo managed to snag Taylor’s first interview since coming out and that too was filled with unsupported
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Last week, four members of the U.S. Civil Rights Commission sent a letter to Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, urging her to investigate Northwestern University’s Pritzker School of Law after multiple professors — including the school’s interim dean — confessed to being “racist.” One of them confessed to being a “gatekeeper of white supremacy.” While the
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U.S. Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C. (Jonathan Ernst/Reuters) The U.S. Supreme Court just left in place, for the second time so far, a decision by the Pennsylvania supreme court that threw out part of the election law passed by the lawmakers of Pennsylvania, and substituted instead rules written by judges. The Pennsylvania decision, issued
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(Jonathan Ernst/Reuters) The U.S. Supreme Court declined on Wednesday to expedite a decision on whether the state of Pennsylvania can extend the deadline to receive mail-in ballots. The Court’s decision effectively allows Pennsylvania to move forward with its original plan to receive mail-in ballots for the presidential election up until November 6, three days after
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Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C. As I noted earlier this evening, the Supreme Court (conservative majority and all) is falling down on the job of defending the express constitutional power of state legislatures to write election laws for presidential and congressional elections. That power is limited, of course, by various federal constitutional and statutory
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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo speaks at a daily briefing at North Shore University Hospital during the coronavirus outbreak in Manhasset, N.Y., May 6, 2020. (File photo: Brendan McDermid/Reuters) I can’t exactly say it was good for a laugh. But I did virtually attend last night’s Zoom conference (hosted by New York’s 92Y) with comedian
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There was some heavy censorship inception occurring on the broadcast networks Wednesday evening, as they censored the Senate hearing called to address Big Tech censorship of conservatives and stories damaging to Democratic nominee Joe Biden on their platforms. Instead, ABC’s World News Tonight, the CBS Evening News, and NBC Nightly News all boasted about Biden bashing
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Democrat after Democrat at the Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee on Wednesday praised the Silicon Valley billionaires for silencing “hate speech” in America and they made it very clear they want more of it.  Unfortunately for them, hate speech is not a thing. That is not to say that people do not say hateful things—just
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(Natural News) Hunter Biden’s “laptop from hell” is the gift that keeps on giving, with the latest revelation being an email containing bank wiring instructions that was sent from Joe Biden’s brother Jim to Patrick Ho, the infamous “spy chief of China.” Jim Biden, described by The Gateway Pundit‘s Cristina Laila as “Joe Biden’s slimy
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