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‘Shoot ’Em in the Leg’ | National Review

‘Shoot ’Em in the Leg’ | National Review

Representative Karen Bass (D., Calif.) trotted out a well-worn platitude while discussing police reform on Fox News Sunday., Bass seemed to suggest that police shouldn’t be trained to shoot to kill, and asked why officers confronting a potentially life threatening situation don’t just “shoot him in the leg.”She stressed that police should receive more “de-escalation” training, which is fair enough, but once a police officer feels he needs to fire his weapon, the opportunity to de-escalate has probably passed.While Bass was speaking in general terms, the question about police reform was put...

Apr 25
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State Doctor Coordinating Nursing-Home COVID Response Took Multiple Hours-Long Testing Trips to Chris Cuomo’s Home | National Review

State Doctor Coordinating Nursing-Home COVID Response Took Multiple Hours-Long Testing Trips to Chris Cuomo’s Home | National Review

One year ago, right around the time that CNN’s Chris Cuomo was  he was personally monopolizing the time of a New York state doctor who had been tasked with helping to coordinate COVID-19 testing in nursing homes.According to the Washington Post, the younger Cuomo was one of a number of VIPs who were given priority access to COVID tests, then much-needed in New York nursing homes and just about everywhere else in the metropolitan area, thanks to their personal proximity to New York governor Andrew Cuomo.:And a top state physician whose pandemic portfolio involved coordinating testing in...

Mar 30
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Beware China’s ‘Internal’ Investigation into COVID’s Origins | National Review

Beware China’s ‘Internal’ Investigation into COVID’s Origins | National Review

a company accused of wrongdoing announces that it will conduct an “internal investigation,” the interested public is rightly skeptical. Everyone knows the drill: Asses will be covered and maybe, if the top executives are really feeling the heat, they will offer a sacrificial lamb in the form of a middle manager.Hiding behind the imprimatur of the WHO, China is, in effect, conducting an internal investigation into with the assistance of Peter Daszak, the only American that Beijing allowed to join the WHO team.That’s right, allowed: , the WHO …The Biden press conference was a train wreck and...

Mar 25
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No Newsroom Is Safe If The Intercept Can Fall Victim to Media Groupthink | National Review

No Newsroom Is Safe If The Intercept Can Fall Victim to Media Groupthink | National Review

ByEditor’s Note: If you would like to read more pros and cons on voting for President Trump, further essays on the subject, each from a different perspective, can be found here, here, here, here, and here. These articles, and the one below, reflect the views of the individual authors, not of the National ...ByEditor’s Note: If you would like to read more pros and cons on voting for President Trump, further essays on the subject, each from a different perspective, can be found here, here, here, here, and here. These articles, and the one below, reflect the views of the individual authors,...

Oct 29
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Senate Report Details Hunter Biden’s Extensive Foreign Business Dealings — and Obama Officials’ Efforts to Ignore Them | National Review

Senate Report Details Hunter Biden’s Extensive Foreign Business Dealings — and Obama Officials’ Efforts to Ignore Them | National Review

Senate Republicans released a report Wednesday detailing the extensive business dealings that Hunter Biden pursued with politically connected foreign nationals while his father Joe Biden was serving as vice president.The 87-page interim  comes amid a months-long probe in which members of the Senate Homeland Security and Finance Committees and their staff reviewed more than 45,000 pages of Obama administration records and interviewed eight witnesses, many of whom are current or former U.S. officials.“The Treasury records acquired by the Chairmen show potential criminal activity relating to...

Sep 23
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Senate Report Details Hunter Biden’s Extensive Foreign Business Dealings — and Obama Officials’ Efforts to Ignore Them | National Review

Senate Report Details Hunter Biden’s Extensive Foreign Business Dealings — and Obama Officials’ Efforts to Ignore Them | National Review

Senate Republicans released a report Wednesday detailing the extensive business dealings that Hunter Biden pursued with politically connected foreign nationals while his father Joe Biden was serving as vice president.The 87-page interim  comes amid a months-long probe in which members of the Senate Homeland Security and Finance Committees and their staff reviewed more than 45,000 pages of Obama administration records and interviewed eight witnesses, many of whom are current or former U.S. officials.“The Treasury records acquired by the Chairmen show potential criminal activity relating to...

Sep 23
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Detainees aboard ICE Bus Blocked by Activists Convicted ‘Multiple’ Times for Violent Crimes | National Review

Detainees aboard ICE Bus Blocked by Activists Convicted ‘Multiple’ Times for Violent Crimes | National Review

Oregon governor Kate Brown and other elected officials praised local activists after they prevented a pair of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) buses carrying two detainees from leaving a hotel parking lot in Bend, Ore. on Wednesday.“I am appalled by the callous actions of the Trump Administration yesterday in Bend to target immigrant communities and forcefully disperse a crowd of concerned community members and clergy who for hours held the line against injustice,” Brown wrote in a series of tweets Thursday.But the governor and her allies were in fact attacking ICE for detaining...

August 14, 2020
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Trade War: Trump Gives Farmers $12 Billion in Aid

Trade War: Trump Gives Farmers $12 Billion in Aid

The White House is expected to announce a plan to provide $12 billion in government aid to farmers harmed by the administration’s multi-front trade war, Tuesday morning.Under the plan, which could be announced as soon as Tuesday, farmers whose livelihoods have been harmed by the retaliatory tariffs resulting from President Trump’s trade war with China, NAFTA and the E.U. will be provided access to three distinct forms of aid: direct assistance, a food-purchase program and a trade-promotion program.The announcement is expected to come as President Trump continues to escalate his...

July 25, 2018
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‘I Was Just Hoping to Get a Fair and Equal Treatment’: Tara Reade Calls Out Democrats’ ‘Me Too’ Double Standard | National Review

‘I Was Just Hoping to Get a Fair and Equal Treatment’: Tara Reade Calls Out Democrats’ ‘Me Too’ Double Standard | National Review

someone who spent her career working for Democratic politicians and advocating liberal causes, Tara Reade was shocked by the treatment she’s received from her co-partisans since publicly accusing Joe Biden of sexually assaulting her when she worked as a staff assistant in his office in 1993.Reade, 56, claims that in the spring or summer of 1993, a senior staffer told her to meet Biden in a Capitol corridor to deliver a duffel bag. While there, she says, Biden forced her against the wall and penetrated her with his fingers. She first made the allegation during last month and has since...

April 29, 2020
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Attorneys for Conn. High School Runners Ask Judge to Recuse after He Forbids Them from Describing Trans Athletes as ‘Male’ | National Review

Attorneys for Conn. High School Runners Ask Judge to Recuse after He Forbids Them from Describing Trans Athletes as ‘Male’ | National Review

Attorneys representing three female high school track athletes in their effort to bar biological males from competing against them filed a motion on Saturday calling for the presiding judge to recuse himself after he forbid the attorneys from referring to the transgender athletes at issue as “males.”The ADF against the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference (CIAC) on behalf of three girls — Selina Soule, Alana Smith, and Chelsea Mitchell. The suit challenges the CIAC policy allowing students to compete in the division that accords with their gender identity on the grounds that it...

May 11, 2020
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