Michael Cohen arrives back at home after being released from prison during the outbreak of the coronavirus disease in New York City, N.Y., May 21, 2020. (Brendan McDermid/Reuters) President Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen is back in federal custody, the U.S. Bureau of Prisons confirmed, less than a week after Cohen was photographed at a
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Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon departs after testifying in the criminal trial of Roger Stone at U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C., November 8, 2019. (James Lawler Duggan/Reuters) Steve Bannon, architect of the 2016 Trump campaign, warned that former vice president Joe Biden’s new economic plan, which proposes a massive cash injection to
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(MRCTV via YouTube) Republican Senators Marsha Blackburn and Mike Lee joined conservative media figures and others to produce a collaborative video framed as an “answer to the mob” and a defense of the American founding and its heritage. Produced by the Media Research Center, a conservative institution, the video features Lee and Blackburn alongside commentators
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1. Mother Loraine Marie Maguire: The Supreme Court just saved our nuns’ religious freedom and work for the poor 2. Naomi Schaefer Riley: For Foster Kids, a Step in the Right Direction Child-welfare agencies are looking for safe, stable, and loving homes for tens of thousands of kids, yet they don’t have basic information about
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After finally discovering positive economic news on Thursday, ABC World News Tonight anchor David Muir intentionally deceived his audience about what the numbers showed in context. After making it seem as though massive unemployment was on the rise, he brought on congressional correspondent Mary Bruce to campaign for former Vice President Joe Biden’s recently released
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A Wisconsin man was charged on Thursday with a hate crime killing after he swerved his pickup truck to purposely hit a retired police officer on his motorcycle because he believe Harley Drivers are “white racists.” Daniel Navarro swerved his truck and hit Phillip Thiessen head on. Theissen, a retired police officer, was found dead
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Former national security advisor Michael Flynn departs U.S. District Court in Washington, December 1, 2017. (Jonathan Ernst/Reuters) The presiding judge in the case of former national-security adviser Michael Flynn refused to dismiss the case on Thursday, even after a federal appeals court ordered the judge to do so. U.S. District Court judge Emmet Sullivan issued
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Economic freedom has been growing markedly in Indonesia, one of America’s important partners in the Indo-Pacific region. The country’s rating in The Heritage Foundation’s annual Index of Economic Freedom has surged by almost 10 points over the past six years, from 58.1 to 67.2 on the index’s 100-point scale. Climbing steadily higher in the ranks
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For a good many years, parents who are trying to steer their sons and daughters to the right college have asked my advice. Lately, the number of such requests has increased, and so has the intensity of the parents’ concern. These parents understandably believe that because I lead a national organization that fights against the
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(Bill Chizek/iStock/Getty Images Plus) A New York prosecutor may pursue the president’s financial information. Congress, though, must relitigate its case in lower courts. The Supreme Court’s decisions Thursday on two separate cases involving subpoenas for the president’s personal financial information are legal defeats for the presidency. Politically, they are a win for Donald Trump. Both
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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R., Ky.) wears a protective face mask during the coronavirus outbreak on Capitol Hill, Washington, D.C., May 12, 2020. (Carlos Barria/Reuters) Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell (R., Ky.) on Thursday did not commit to attending the Republican presidential convention, currently scheduled to take place in Jacksonville, Fla., in late August.
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Topics in this post: Massachusetts Melrose The mayor of a Massachusetts town apologized Wednesday for an electronic road sign saying “all lives matter” and vowed to find out why the message was displayed. Melrose Mayor Paul Brodeur ordered the message, which said “the safety of all lives matter,” to be taken down immediately, he tweeted
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The Jackson, Mississippi, City Council on Tuesday voted 5-1 to remove and relocate a statue of 19th century President Andrew Jackson—for whom the state capital is named—from the city building, according to the Clarion Ledger. The lone Republican on the City Council voted to keep the city’s namesake statue, according to the Clarion Ledger. City Council authorizes
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While everyone is busy with all the mayhem throughout the country along with all the misinformation regarding Covid-19, there is news on the Epstein case. As you probably already know Jeff Epstein’s autopsy suggests his death was not a suicide. First and foremost, an inmate would not have a pen as is shown in the
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This week, CNN’s Don Lemon, who has spent the last few weeks bashing the supposed thoroughgoing systemic racism of the United States, hosted black actor Terry Crews. He then proceeded to browbeat Crews, who had committed the great sin of tweeting, “#ALLBLACKLIVESMATTER 9 black CHILDREN killed by violence in Chicago since June 20, 2020.” Lemon
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Former Vice President Joe Biden is rolling out an economic plan that includes a pitch to boost American manufacturing and technology firms months after White House advisers reportedly held off on an executive order that sought similar ends. Biden is reportedly expected to announce the new plan Thursday. The plan seeks a $400 billion, four-year
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Attorney General Bill Barr said in a Thursday interview that he was “livid” when he discovered that convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein was found dead, promising that nothing like that will happen to Epstein’s cohort Ghislaine Maxwell. Maxwell, who has been accused of involvement in Epstein’s crimes against young women, was arrested by the FBI
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Two GOP congressmen roasted Twitter in an open letter for allowing Iranian leaders more liberty to speak on the platform than  President Donald Trump. “Two U.S. Republican lawmakers accused Twitter on Wednesday of being biased against conservatives and demanded information about the social media platform’s reactions to two tweets by President Donald Trump,” Reuters reported
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Leftist infighting over “equality” and “titles” is an ironic yet glorious thing to see. The leaders of Sleeping Giants, a leftist “social media campaign group that has pressured companies to stop financially supporting” conservative media, are getting divorced. The reason? They are “splitting up over a dispute centered on titles, credit, and equality,” according to
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Hospital staff work at the United Memorial Medical Center’s intensive care unit amid the coronavirus pandemic in Houston, Texas, June 29, 2020. (Callaghan O’Hare/Reuters) Michael Hickson died after being refused potential curative treatment for COVID and being shuttled to hospice instead because — as a quadriplegic and cognitively disabled man — his doctor said he
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