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The fact that Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito gave the keynote address to the Federalist Society in and of itself should be neither surprising nor controversial. Since the theme of the conservative legal group’s 2020 National Lawyers Convention was “The Rule of Law and the Current Crisis,” the content of Alito’s remarks on emerging legal
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The Indo-Pacific region is going to be a critical foreign policy theater for the United States and its partners in the coming years. The U.S. must make it a priority to uphold free-market principles and economic freedom in the region in order to nurture and maintain our partnerships with Indo-Pacific allies. Washington’s Indo-Pacific Transparency Initiative will be a vital part of that effort. The
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It’s no wonder our children are confused about their gender, since even the dictionary can’t define it! In an announcement that will make people’s heads swim, Oxford University Press agreed to change the meaning of the words “woman” and “man”—because of an online petition! Incredibly, some of the most respected lexicographers in the world have
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The Georgia election recount will not only determine whether former Vice President Joe Biden or President Donald Trump captures the state’s 16 electoral votes, but also will either help corroborate or debunk vote-fraud claims made against Dominion Voting Systems.  Trump alleges Dominion Voting Systems, and the voting machines the election-technology supplier uses, are responsible for widespread vote fraud
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The era of one-man rule in California is over. A California Superior Court has ruled in favor of me and fellow legislator James Gallagher in our lawsuit challenging Gov. Gavin Newsom’s abuse of power. The judge ruled that Newsom violated the state constitution by unilaterally ordering that all registered voters be sent mail-in ballots. More importantly, she found good cause for
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The mayor of Portland, Ted Wheeler, announced on Twitter just after his reelection that the city council approved a removal of “gendered language”—meaning feminine and masculine terms—from the city charter, according to the Daily Caller. The language of the documents that guide the City should reflect our community. Today, Council authorized the City Auditor to
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The Washington Post editorial board came out Sunday in support of abolishing the Electoral College. “The Electoral College, whatever virtues it may have had for the Founding Fathers, is no longer tenable for American democracy,” the Post’s editorial board wrote. As of Monday afternoon, former Vice President Joe Biden holds a 5.6 million-vote lead over President Donald Trump and
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Even though he was removed from 21st century geopolitics by two centuries, the French leader Napoleon Bonaparte prophetically foretold  of modern China’s rise on the world stage with his clairvoyant observation, “Let China sleep! For when he wakes, he will shake the world.” In the aftermath of the giant’s awakening, an ineffectual and befuddled West
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The deadline for the Georgia recount is 11:59 p.m. EST on Wednesday. What is happening with the recount, is there a threat of voter fraud, and how is that being addressed? Additionally, former gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams has begun a voting rights organization, Fair Fight. What are the big players in the state’s politics and
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Celebrities and politicians urging people to visit Georgia and falsely claim residency for the sole purpose of voting in two critical U.S. Senate runoff elections Jan. 5 are advocating criminal actions and should be ashamed of themselves. This call for voter fraud should be rejected. The Georgia runoff elections are extraordinarily important because they will determine which
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Michigan Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced new restrictions Sunday evening meant to combat the worsening coronavirus pandemic. The restrictions, which begin Wednesday and extend through the end of November, include the closing of high schools, colleges, indoor dining, casinos, and movie theaters, Whitmer said in a press conference Sunday. Michigan has recorded record amounts of virus cases
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This has been a trying year for millions of Americans as a pandemic continues to threaten people’s lives and livelihoods, and a devastating wildfire season in the western United States only made matters worse. Tragically, those wildfires have taken lives and destroyed homes, businesses, and wildlife in the process. While better forest management and wildfire
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The pharmaceutical company Moderna announced Monday that its coronavirus vaccine is 94.5% effective based on preliminary results from ongoing human trials. Though the company’s announcement is a big step in the effort to develop effective vaccines against the virus, Moderna said that its vaccine would not be widely available until spring 2021. Moderna is the second pharmaceutical to
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A man who allegedly threw fireworks at diners in Washington, D.C., on Saturday night after the “Million MAGA March” was arrested, law enforcement officials said Sunday. Javien Michael Dawson, 26, was arrested and charged with assault with a dangerous weapon, the New York Post reported. Counterprotesters to the march in support of President Donald Trump hurled various objects,
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Editor’s note: We’re back with some of your letters, this time focused on the presidential election. Send your emails to [email protected]—Ken McIntyre Dear Daily Signal: After the exciting Election Day—and predicted impasse—several good friends reached out and said they’re worried about America. Me too. I’m worried because the two major parties have ceased being coalitions
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The presidential election has continued into overtime in the courts on multiple fronts as President Donald Trump declines to concede the contest to Democratic challenger Joe Biden. Even as states kept counting ballots, no state had certified results, and lawsuits began to work their way through the courts, major media outlets announced four days after
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