Month: August 2020

Twitter users circulated several portions of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s speech from Pittsburgh on Monday, causing the words “Biden video” to trend on the platform. While the former vice president was hailed and criticized over policy, one excerpt where Biden appeared incoherent sparked concern among users who claimed the flub went beyond “stumbling over
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The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People denounced a county official in North Carolina who called for the hanging of a man alleged to have shot and killed 5-year-old Cannon Hinnant. The horrific death of the young boy led to national anguish and outrage, but the NAACP objected in particular to the reaction
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Posted by: R. Mitchell in Syndicated Posts, Trump Administration, White House Watch August 31, 2020 President Donald Trump will travel to Kenosha, Wisconsin, to understand how citizens and law enforcement professionals think about the riots, looting, lawlessness and damage done. Keep up with Trump on Our President’s Schedule Page. President Trump’s Itinerary for 9/1/20 –
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No thanks, loon. On Sunday Oregon Democrat Governor Kate Brown requested Oregon sheriffs send their deputies to Portland to be sacrificial lambs for the violent far left protesters and abusive liberal courts. Governor Brown and Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler have repeatedly denied offers from President Trump to send in the National Guard to solve the
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A staffer for the Republican governor of Maryland has been fired after public outrage over his politically incorrect posts on Facebook having to do with the shooting suspect in Kenosha, Wisconsin. A spokesperson for Gov. Larry Hogan blasted the posts from Arthur “Mac” Love, in a statement on Monday. “These posts are obviously totally inappropriate,”
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CNN reporter Kaitlin Collins demanded President Trump come back and answer her question as he left the briefing room Monday night following repeated attempts by Collins and other reporters to get Trump to criticize his supporters. Collins initially sparred with Trump with her question, “You were just criticizing Joe Biden, saying he didn’t mention the
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With the liberal media claiming 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse was a “murderer” who shot “unarmed” “protesters” in a supposed rampage through Kenosha, Wisconsin last Tuesday, someone had to set the record straight. And in a Monday appearance on Fox News Channel’s Tucker Carlson Tonight, Rittenhouse’s lawyer, John Pierce blew up their lies and smears with evidence backed
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Columbia, South Carolina officials broke up a party near the University of South Carolina that was not adhering to COVID rules Saturday, according to local news outlet The State. Citizens reported a large party taking place at the Apartments at Palmetto Compress to the Columbia Fire Department, Fire Chief Aubrey Jenkins of the Columbia Fire
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Over the decades, Portland Professional Protesters™ have been against conservatives, cops, tree cutters, conservatives, people who love steak and fur coats, conservatives and now those who love civil society and police officers. Conservatives are now called Nazis and fascists. Antifa and Black Lives Matters, Incorporated™ protest-rioters have been responsible for
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I met some protesters face to face on Thursday night and I am here to tell you this: They were not good people–and calling them “protesters” is a slur on lawful protest. I was walking from the White House to my hotel behind an elderly couple. People were milling about the street, yelling obscenities at
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Attorneys for Kyle Rittenhouse, the 17-year-old charged with killing two people and wounding another during a riot on Tuesday, said the teenager “did nothing wrong” and only pulled the trigger to defend himself from harm. “Kyle did nothing wrong. He exercised his God-given, Constitutional, common law and statutory right to self defense,” Pierce Bainbridge, the
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Testing for COVID-19 in Houston, Tex., August 18, 2020 (Adrees Latif/Reuters) The U.S. coronavirus case count surpassed 6 million on Monday, less than eight months after the first American case of the virus was recorded, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. The milestone comes a little over three weeks after the country topped 5
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AT&T will ask the Federal Communications Commission to adjust the legal shield protecting big tech companies and argue that Facebook and Google are not open with the public about how their algorithms impact public discourse, the telecommunications giant said Monday. AT&T will make comments to the FCC Wednesday asking the agency to reinterpret Section 230
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Oregon Governor Kate Brown (D) has brought deeper shame to the term “gaslighting” by blaming “right-wing” “white supremacists” for the “bloodshed” on Portland’s streets following the murder of an apparent Trump supporter on Saturday night. A man who’d been let go by the leftist district attorney on gun charges at an earlier protest is the
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On Saturday hundreds of Trump supporters held a vehicle parade through the Portland downtown. Many of the vehicles were attacked by leftists on their way into the city. CAUGHT ON VIDEO: Far Left Protesters Hurl Objects from Overpass onto Passing Vehicles with Trump Flags Advertisement – story continues below And then later that night one
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Former Vice President Joe Biden speaks about safety in America during a campaign event in Pittsburgh, Penn., August 31, 2020. (Alan Freed/Reuters) A tour of his campaign website leaves the voter wondering about the details of his agenda, particularly on foreign policy. NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE J oe Biden’s campaign website could easily be mistaken for
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Is this grasping at straws, or an early indicator of a major shift in the 2020 presidential election? I’m inclined to dismiss betting markets as a prognostication device, but my good friend, former radio partner, and expert economist King Banaian has defended their use as leading indicators. If that’s the case, then the latest aggregation
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With the COVID-19 recession causing high unemployment around the country, now is the time for policymakers to lift barriers to earning an income. With limited operations and selective lockdowns making business activity difficult for both employers and employees—especially workers who have children at home or other obligations—promoting worker flexibility is essential. Unfortunately, California lawmakers are
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