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A United Kingdom official said Monday that “human error” caused the deletion of thousands of records on a national police database. Kit Malthouse, Britain’s policing minister, told the House of Commons that “a regular housekeeping process” is used to delete unnecessary personal data. But a “human error” introduced a defect in the software’s code caused
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MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski at the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner in Washington, D.C., April 25, 2015. (Jonathan Ernst/Reuters) Morning Joe’s Mika Brzezinski, who along with co-host Joe Scarborough perhaps did more than anyone in cable news to aid Donald Trump’s early rise, slammed Facebook and Twitter without a hint of self-reflection on
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Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is working to make a name for himself, which could be a great thing for the conservative movement. His administration’s response is leading the nation by balancing freedom and disease experience with COVID-19 despite having more elderly per capita than most states in the country. Last Thursday, he announced another first.
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President-elect Joe Biden will reportedly nominate Rohit Chopra, an ally of Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, to lead the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Chopra is a member of the Federal Trade Commission, and if confirmed by the Senate would take over an agency that he helped create alongside Warren approximately a decade ago. Chopra’s selection was
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Representative Steve Cohen (D., Tenn.) made two outlandish and so far unsupported accusations during an interview with CNN’s Jim Sciutto this morning. Begin with Cohen’s broadest accusation, presumably spurred by an Associated Press report that the FBI was vetting the 25,000 National Guard troops assigned to protect Capitol Hill and downtown Washington during the inauguration:
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Twitterless, Donald Trump will soon disappear. It will then be for the fullness of history to judge his term, but it is certain the summation will be it was four years of lies and barely constitutional actions that have forever dented America’s democracy. Lies and actions by Democrats and the media, of course. Trump’s term
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It’s the third episode of ABC’s The Rookie, and the tale of that “polarizing” Officer Doug Stanton (Brandon Routh) wreaking havoc among the LAPD continues. This was certainly sure to follow given the introduction of Officer Stanton in the January 10 episode “In Justice.” In the January 17 episode “La Fiera,” Officer Stanton physically assaults
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Even before the siege of the U.S. Capitol, the media were shocked and outraged over the request by Republican congressional members to conduct an audit of the nation’s 2020 presidential race won by Joe Biden in the Electoral College. Democrats called for Senator Ted Cruz to be “arrested” for his “treasonous” call to audit the
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The surge in mail-in voting is a sea change for American democracy regardless of whether widespread fraud occurred. UNSPECIFIED – JANUARY 17: (L-R) Dr. Jill Biden and President-elect Joe Biden speak during the “We The People” virtual concert celebrating the 59th Presidential Inauguration broadcast on January 17, 2021. The concert is being held to honor
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Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe wrote a letter earlier this month that indicates China interfered in the 2020 election in the favor of President-elect Joe Biden. While much of the letter will be difficult to discern for anyone without an intelligence background, there are a few key things to focus upon. First, CIA analysts
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Apocalyptic visions have seeped into American grand strategy about China. In disguise and in subtle nods, many strategists now think of China as a well-ordered efficient power that will soon engulf the world and spread its corrupt, atheistic authoritarianism and bankrupt America. The apocalypse is not necessarily the end of times, however. The Book of
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A new study shows the transmission of COVID-19 is extremely low in K-12 schools providing face-to-face instruction. The study examined eleven school districts in North Carolina. It included nearly 100,000 students and staff and monitored the virus transmission over a nine-week period. To complete the study, they looked at each case identified and determined whether
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Before the China Virus invaded our shores, we built the world’s most prosperous economy. America gained 7 million new jobs – more than three times government experts’ projections. Middle-Class family income increased nearly $6,000 – more than five times the gains during the entire previous administration. The unemployment rate reached 3.5 percent, the lowest in
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The New York Times again attacked President Trump’s “law and order” rhetoric by implying it’s racist (and that Trump himself is racist) while insisting the phrase has backfired on Trump after the disgusting spectacle of the riot on Capitol Hill. Reporter Elaina Plott’s “political memo,” “How Trump’s ‘Law and Order’ Mantra Was So Loaded Yet So Hollow,”
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Decorated Afghanistan War veteran Sean Parnell, who came within an eyelash of beating Democrat Rep. Conor Lamb in November, lashed out at CNN reporter Jake Tapper for his smear of Rep. Brian Mast. “Congressman Brian Mast, a Republican from Florida — who lost his legs, by the way, fighting for democracy abroad, although I don’t know
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Just in case you’ve forgotten exactly how much Katie Couric disdains Republicans and despises President Trump, look no further than Friday’s edition of Bill Maher’s show on HBO. Couric said that Republican lawmakers should be deprogrammed during Real Time with Bill Maher in a panel discussion about Republican lawmakers who supported Trump in trying to
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