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Will MLB’s Decision to Move the All-Star Game from Atlanta Hurt Democrats in 2022? | National Review

Will MLB’s Decision to Move the All-Star Game from Atlanta Hurt Democrats in 2022? | National Review

you look at national polls, you’d get the impression that the controversy over Major League Baseball’s decision to pull the All-Star Game out of Atlanta in protest of Georgia’s new voting law doesn’t have much salience as a political issue: A new finds that 40 percent of Americans support MLB’s decision, 33 percent oppose it, and 27 percent are undecided.But national polls probably create the wrong impression. This is first and foremost a story about Georgia, which gave Democrats control of the Senate in January and was pivotal in helping in November’s presidential election. And prominent...

Apr 9
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Sasse’s Warning: Scrapping the Filibuster Will Make American Politics More Extreme | National Review

Sasse’s Warning: Scrapping the Filibuster Will Make American Politics More Extreme | National Review

This is now not only a political scandal, but a media scandal.Instead of judging nominees by their merits, Hirono and Duckworth pledged to judge them by skin color. If only we had a word to describe that phenomenon.The new president is gambling that our extraordinary deficits will never matter.

Mar 24
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Yes, a ‘Talking Filibuster’ Would Be Painful — for Senate Democrats | National Review

Yes, a ‘Talking Filibuster’ Would Be Painful — for Senate Democrats | National Review

co-presidents, Joe Biden and Joe Manchin, made waves this month when they each endorsed the idea of changing Senate rules to require a “talking filibuster.”“I don’t think that you have to eliminate the filibuster, you have to do it what it used to be when I first got to the Senate back in the old days” Biden told George Stephanopoulos of ABC News last week. “And that is, with a filibuster, you had to stand up and command the floor, and you had to keep talking.“If you want to make it a little bit more painful, make him stand …The letter comes after a student accused a janitor and a cafeteria...

Mar 22
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Susan Collins Won’t Cosponsor Equality Act Again | National Review

Susan Collins Won’t Cosponsor Equality Act Again | National Review

In 2019, Susan Collins of Maine was the only Republican senator to cosponsor the Equality Act — legislation that would add sexual orientation and transgender status as protected classes under the 1964 Civil Rights Act — but Collins says she won’t cosponsor the legislation in 2021 because of unresolved problems in the bill.The Washington Blade :Collins, speaking to the Washington Blade in the basement of the U.S. Capitol on her way to the Senate floor, said she’d “not co-sponsor” the Equality Act when asked about her position on the bill.The Maine Republican said changes she had sought, but...

Feb 25
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Why the Equality Act Is More Extreme Than the Bostock Decision | National Review

Why the Equality Act Is More Extreme Than the Bostock Decision | National Review

Thursday, the U.S. House of Representatives will pass the Equality Act. The bill has been portrayed by some activists and the press as legislation that would merely the Supreme Court’s recent decision in Bostock v. Clayton County in which Justice Neil Gorsuch — joined by Chief Justice John Roberts and the Court’s liberal bloc — held that the 1964 Civil Rights Act’s prohibition against sex discrimination in employment also prohibited such discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and “transgender status.”Many conservatives blasted Gorsuch’s reasoning as faux originalism. and made the...

Feb 24
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Becerra: ‘I Have Never Sued Any Nuns’ | National Review

Becerra: ‘I Have Never Sued Any Nuns’ | National Review

Wow: Xavier Becerra falsely claims twice, "I have never sued any nuns."The Little Sisters of the Poor would like a word.— John Cooper (@thejcoop)The policy was first instated by President Reagan to ensure that taxpayers would not be required to indirectly fund abortions in other countries.Jodi Shaw’s resignation reveals how campus illiberalism can be beaten — and why it’s so difficult to overcome in the first place.V-C Day is coming. Get ready to light this candle.

Feb 24
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Marjorie Taylor Greene’s QAnon Rant: ‘I Definitely Would Believe’ the Rothschilds Are Funding ‘Global Evil’ | National Review

Marjorie Taylor Greene’s QAnon Rant: ‘I Definitely Would Believe’ the Rothschilds Are Funding ‘Global Evil’ | National Review

 Rob Lowe’s book delivers one spectacular anecdote after another.The policy was first instated by President Reagan to ensure that taxpayers would not be required to indirectly fund abortions in other countries.The hidden agenda behind the new president’s busy week.

Jan 30
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Newsweek Edits 2015 Story on Army Rangers to Conform to New Attack on Tom Cotton | National Review

Newsweek Edits 2015 Story on Army Rangers to Conform to New Attack on Tom Cotton | National Review

Other military officials also believe all Army Ranger school graduates are Army Rangers. Major general Scott Miller, commander of the Army for infantry and armor training and education,  Ranger school graduates in 2015: “You’ll leave Victory Pond today with a small piece of cloth on your shoulder, but more importantly, you carry the title of Ranger from here on out.”In 2015,  told graduates of the Ranger school: “Congratulations to all of our new Rangers.” […]There are surely some Americans who sincerely believe only those who served in the 75th Ranger Regiment should be called Army...

Jan 27
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Tim Scott Rejects Plans to Reject Electoral College Results | National Review

Tim Scott Rejects Plans to Reject Electoral College Results | National Review

South Carolina GOP senator Tim Scott the plans of to object to certification of Electoral College results: “As I read the Constitution, there is no constitutionally viable means for the Congress to overturn an election wherein the states have certified and sent their Electors.”Scott is the latest Republican senator from a deep-red state opposed to the gambit.Oklahoma senator says: “To challenge a state’s certification, given how specific the Constitution is, would be a violation of my oath of office — that is not something I am willing to do and is not something Oklahomans would want me to...

Jan 5
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Liz Cheney: Biden 'Hands the Taliban and al Qaeda a Propaganda Victory' | National Review

Liz Cheney: Biden 'Hands the Taliban and al Qaeda a Propaganda Victory' | National Review

Wyoming congresswoman Liz Cheney, chair of the House GOP conference, weighs in on the to pull the remaining 2,500 U.S. troops out of Afghanistan by September 11:“Wars don’t end when one side abandons the fight.“Withdrawing our forces from Afghanistan by September 11 will only embolden the very jihadists who attacked our homeland on that day twenty years ago. By declaring that this withdrawal is not based on conditions on the ground, the Biden Administration is sending a dangerous signal that the United States fundamentally does not understand—or is willfully ignorant of—the terrorist...

Apr 13
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