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Tom Hanks, host of celebrities, musical artists to put on ‘celebration’ show for Joe Biden’s inauguration

Tom Hanks, host of celebrities, musical artists to put on ‘celebration’ show for Joe Biden’s inauguration

No surprise herePhoto by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagicTo no surprise, Hollywood celebrities and liberal elites are effusive over the results of the 2020 election, and as a way to celebrate the Democratic Party's assumption of political power, Tom Hanks is set to host a prime-time TV special to "celebrate" the inauguration of President Joe Biden.The 90-minute program airing Wednesday night will reportedly feature remarks and performances from a host of A-list celebrities and musical artists including Justin Timberlake, Jon Bon Jovi, Demi Lovato, and Ant Clemons.The program, called "Celebrating...

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Sec. of State Mike Pompeo determines China’s crimes against Uighurs amount to ‘genocide’

Sec. of State Mike Pompeo determines China’s crimes against Uighurs amount to ‘genocide’

Strongest denunciation yetANDREW HARNIK/POOL/AFP via Getty ImageU.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has determined that China's "morally repugnant" treatment of the predominantly Muslim Uighurs and other ethnic minorities in the country's Xinjiang region amounts to "crimes against humanity" and "genocide."Pompeo made the official determination in a State Department Tuesday, just one day before President-elect Joe Biden's administration assumes power."After careful examination of the available facts, I have determined that since at least March 2017, the People's Republic of China (PRC),...

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Report: Biden plans to kill Keystone XL pipeline project in first days in office

Report: Biden plans to kill Keystone XL pipeline project in first days in office

Flashback to the Obama yearsDaniel Acker/Bloomberg via Getty ImagesIn a notable return to Obama-era policies, President-elect Joe Biden is reportedly planning to use executive power to cancel the federal permits needed to construct the Keystone XL pipeline in his first days in office.The pipeline — a project intended to move oil from the Canadian province of Alberta to the state of Nebraska and estimated to create tens of thousands of jobs and billions of dollars in revenue — was repeatedly fettered over environmental concerns during the Obama administration when Biden was vice...

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Missouri Democratic lawmaker censured for harassing a former aide and lying under oath

Missouri Democratic lawmaker censured for harassing a former aide and lying under oath

State Rep. Wiley Price was accused of having sex with an internEducation Images/Universal Images Group via Getty ImagesThe Missouri House of Representatives has censured Democratic state Rep. Wiley Price in a near-unanimous vote after determining that the lawmaker harassed a former aide and lied under oath while under investigation for allegedly having sex with an intern early last year.The vote followed a recommendation from the state's ethics commission, which in December that Price had committed perjury by denying that he had sex with his intern as well as coerced his former legislative...

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BREAKING: House votes to impeach President Trump for a second time

BREAKING: House votes to impeach President Trump for a second time

'Incitement of insurrection'Photo by MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty ImagesThe House of Representatives voted Wednesday afternoon to impeach President Donald Trump, charging him with "incitement of insurrection" and claiming that his rhetoric surrounding the 2020 election roused a mob of his supporters to last week as Congress convened to certify President-elect Joe Biden's Electoral College victory.With the vote, Trump became the only president in United States history to be impeached for a second time, having now received the rebuke twice in the span of 13 months.The resolution was approved by...

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Democratic House Homeland Security chairman calls for Capitol rioters to be put on 'no-fly list' usually reserved for suspected terrorists

Democratic House Homeland Security chairman calls for Capitol rioters to be put on 'no-fly list' usually reserved for suspected terrorists

Democratic Rep. Bennie Thompson (Miss.), chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, is calling on the Transportation Security Administration and FBI to place the riotous Trump supporters who on the national "no-fly list" — a subset usually reserved for terrorism suspects.Hundreds of rioters supportive of President Donald Trump's election challenge fought with cops, breached security barricades, and entered the Capitol Wednesday afternoon, forcing a lockdown and resulting in the deployment of National Guard troops. Multiple people died in the pandemonium, including a injured during...

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DC mayor discouraged additional federal law enforcement day before Capitol riots — then bashed them for not doing more

DC mayor discouraged additional federal law enforcement day before Capitol riots — then bashed them for not doing more

In a letter to Pentagon and Justice Department officials just one day before riotous Trump supporters , Democratic Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser discouraged additional help from federal law enforcement — only later to slam federal agents for not doing more to quell the riots."The District of Columbia Government has not requested personnel from any other federal law enforcement agencies," Bowser wrote to acting U.S. Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen, acting Secretary of Defense Chris Miller, and Secretary of the Army Ryan D. McCarthy on Tuesday.She insisted that the Metropolitan Police...

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Mike Pence allegedly enraged at President Trump: GOP senator says he's never seen the VP as 'angry as he was today'

Mike Pence allegedly enraged at President Trump: GOP senator says he's never seen the VP as 'angry as he was today'

Vice President Mike Pence is reportedly enraged at President Donald Trump over the way he has acted this week in response to the 2020 election results, a Republican senator said.Oklahoma GOP Sen. Jim Inhofe reportedly had a "long conversation" with Pence Tuesday night, during which the normally cool-headed vice president conveyed acute frustration to him. "I've known Mike Pence forever," Inhofe told local news outlet Tuesday. "I've never seen Pence as angry as he was today."I had a long conversation with him," Inhofe added. "He said, 'After all the things I've done for [Trump].'"Over the...

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California Supreme Court rules thousands of sex offenders in the state are eligible for early parole

California Supreme Court rules thousands of sex offenders in the state are eligible for early parole

The California Supreme ruled Monday that thousands of inmates convicted of nonviolent sex crimes are eligible for early release, .The ruling was issued as the high court considered whether sex offenders should be excluded from , a voter-approved ballot measure passed in November 2016 aimed at reducing the state's prison population. The measure called for inmates sentenced for nonviolent felonies to be eligible for early parole consideration."The initiative's language provides no indication that the voters intended to allow the [Corrections] Department to create a wholesale exclusion from...

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Alyssa Milano says masks 'will protect you more than an AR-15 will' — immediately gets roasted

Alyssa Milano says masks 'will protect you more than an AR-15 will' — immediately gets roasted

Progressive actress Alyssa Milano recently tried to persuade "anti-maskers" to wear face coverings to guard themselves from the coronavirus by arguing that the small pieces of cloth offer greater protection than AR-15s."Anti-maskers are the same people who think they need an AR-15 for 'protection,'" the anti-gun activist and frequent critic of conservatives on Tuesday, adding, "LOUDER FOR THE PEOPLE IN THE BACK: A MASK WILL PROTECT YOU *MORE* THAN AN AR-15 WILL."Anti-maskers are the same people who think they need an AR-15 for “protection”.LOUDER FOR THE PEOPLE IN THE BACK…...

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Federal judge — who is Stacey Abrams’ sister — orders two Georgia counties to stop removing voters from rolls ahead of Jan. 5 runoffs

Federal judge — who is Stacey Abrams’ sister — orders two Georgia counties to stop removing voters from rolls ahead of Jan. 5 runoffs

A federal judge has ordered two counties in Georgia to reverse course on removing thousands of individuals from voter rolls ahead of the state's Jan. 5 Senate runoffs.The judge, Leslie Abrams Gardner — who is the sister of former Democratic candidate for governor Stacey Abrams, a prominent ally of Democratic President-elect Joe Biden — issued the ruling Monday, concluding the counties relied on unverified change-of-address data to proceed with the action."Defendants are enjoined from removing any challenged voters in Ben Hill and Muscogee Counties from the registration lists on the basis of...

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I no longer feel the 'magic' of Christmas, but that's OK

I no longer feel the 'magic' of Christmas, but that's OK

This December marks my 27th celebration of the Christmas season, and I can say quite definitively that with each passing year, the euphoric buzz, the nervous excitement — the "magic" — I once experienced around the holidays fades a little more. I first became tangibly aware of the steady depletion of Christmas magic when I was in high school, and honestly, for years it kind of depressed me. I thought, "Is something wrong with me? Will I ever get that feeling back?"As a child, my Christmases were filled with wonder. I can still flash back to the feeling of having weeks off of school and...

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Colorado study finds no link between gyms and coronavirus outbreaks

Colorado study finds no link between gyms and coronavirus outbreaks

A out of Colorado discovered that gym attendance has not been linked to any COVID-19 outbreaks in the state.The news comes as lockdown restrictions implemented by state and local officials across the country have resulted in gym operators having to close their doors for weeks and months on end in order to stop the spread of the virus. The study was commissioned by the International Health, Racquet & Sportsclub Association, after it said in October that its data showed only 1,155 cases of COVID-19 resulted from more than 49 million gym check-ins, or 0.0023%, . The organization then asked the...

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Fox's Chris Wallace comes to Jill Biden’s defense, says no one ‘made a fuss’ about calling MLK Jr. a ‘doctor’

Fox's Chris Wallace comes to Jill Biden’s defense, says no one ‘made a fuss’ about calling MLK Jr. a ‘doctor’

Fox News host Chris Wallace defended Jill Biden against critics, including some at his network, who have questioned her using the honorific "doctor" by noting that others such as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. have done the same despite not holding a medical degree.The over what to call the future first lady erupted last week when an opinion columnist called on her to drop the "doctor" before her name in an essay for the Wall Street Journal due to her lack of a medical degree. The author, Joseph Epstein, who taught for thirty years at Northwestern University, was summarily "canceled" from his...

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NYC awards $47 million in culture grants while shuttering small businesses and slashing police funding

NYC awards $47 million in culture grants while shuttering small businesses and slashing police funding

New York City is spending tens of millions of dollars on arts and cultural institutions while leaving small businesses high and dry and slashing law enforcement budgets.The city's Department of Cultural Affairs announced Tuesday that it would be giving $47 million in grants to more than 1,000 culturally focused nonprofit organizations, . Some of the beneficiaries include the Metropolitan Opera, the New York Philharmonic, the Apollo Theater, Jazz at Lincoln Center, and the Museum of Chinese in America — all of which will receive more than $100,000. While the newspaper reported that $3...

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Transgender activist says all children should be put on puberty blockers until they can decide their gender

Transgender activist says all children should be put on puberty blockers until they can decide their gender

A popular transgender activist recently called for all children to be put on puberty blockers until they are able to decide which gender they want to be.Lauren McNamara, known by followers as "," argued earlier this month that children should be legally able to consent to the administration of puberty blockers since they already de facto consent to the "permanent and irreversible changes" that come naturally through puberty."If children can't consent to puberty blockers which pause any permanent changes even with the relevant professional evaluation, how can they consent to the permanent...

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Georgia secretary of state announces 250 investigations into ‘credible’ claims of fraud connected to the ​2020 election

Georgia secretary of state announces 250 investigations into ‘credible’ claims of fraud connected to the ​2020 election

Georgia's Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger announced during a press conference Monday that his office is currently investigating more than 250 claims of fraud related to the 2020 election."As we move forward in the process, we will, as we always have been, we will continue to investigate credible claims of illegal voting and violation of state election law," the secretary of state at the state capitol building. "There are currently over 250 open cases from 2020 and we have 23 investigators to follow up on that. Some of these include, a charge Gwinnett County that absentee...

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Republican lawmakers in Ohio move to impeach GOP Gov. Mike DeWine over COVID restrictions

Republican lawmakers in Ohio move to impeach GOP Gov. Mike DeWine over COVID restrictions

A group of Republican lawmakers in Ohio are attempting to impeach Gov. Mike DeWine, a fellow Republican, claiming he violated the law by issuing burdensome coronavirus orders.Republican state Rep. John Beckers, along with three other lawmakers, filed 12 articles of impeachment against the governor on Monday, arguing "contempt for the rule of law must end."The lawmakers specifically allege DeWine violated Ohioans' civil liberties by issuing unconstitutional stay-at-home orders, imposing a statewide mask mandate, and treating certain institutions, such as churches, differently than others.In...

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Judge orders Georgia officials not to 'erase' data from Dominion voting machines in 3 counties

Judge orders Georgia officials not to 'erase' data from Dominion voting machines in 3 counties

A federal judge on Sunday barred state officials in Georgia from wiping Dominion voting machines in three Atlanta-area counties after Republicans electors filed an emergency motion seeking their inspection.U.S. District Judge Timothy Batten Sr.'s — which applies to voting machines in Cobb, Gwinnett, and Cherokee counties — came about after pro-Trump attorney Sidney Powell filed a lawsuit in the state alleging the machines were manipulated to procure an election victory for Democratic nominee Joe Biden.Plaintiffs in the case, including conservative teen pundit C.J. Pearson, are to allow them...

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Former GOP Rep. David Valadao flips California House seat. It's the third pickup in the state for Republicans.

Former GOP Rep. David Valadao flips California House seat. It's the third pickup in the state for Republicans.

Republican Rep. David Valadao has defeated incumbent Democratic Rep. TJ Cox in California's 21st Congressional District, Friday afternoon.Valadao, who represented the district for three terms starting in 2013, edged Cox in the tight race by nearly 1 percentage point, or just over 1,500 votes, to reclaim the seat he narrowly lost two years ago.BREAKING: Republican David Valadao wins election to U.S. House in California's 21st Congressional District, beating… https://t.co/ITmhdCWd1D — AP Politics (@AP Politics)Valadao endorsed President Donald Trump ahead of this year's election, something he...

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Legal adviser for President Trump says these arguments in Sidney Powell’s lawsuits could 'affect the outcome of the election'

Legal adviser for President Trump says these arguments in Sidney Powell’s lawsuits could 'affect the outcome of the election'

Pro-Trump attorney Sidney Powell finally to legally challenge the 2020 election Thursday by releasing two highly anticipated lawsuits in Georgia and Michigan alleging widespread fraud. As for what affect the lawsuits will have on the results of the election — which for now show former Vice President Joe Biden defeating President Trump 306-232 in the Electoral College — that remains to be seen.But at least one Trump campaign legal adviser appears to believe that the claims made in the Georgia , if argued successfully before a judge, could overturn the election and grant the president a...

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President Trump says he'll 'certainly' leave office if he loses Electoral College vote, but vows legal fight is 'far from over'

President Trump says he'll 'certainly' leave office if he loses Electoral College vote, but vows legal fight is 'far from over'

President Donald Trump said Thursday that he if the Electoral College votes to elect Democratic nominee Joe Biden, but vowed there will be "a lot of things happening between now and Jan. 20."When asked by a reporter during a lengthy teleconference with military troops on Thanksgiving if he would vacate the presidency should he lose the Electoral College vote, the president said, "Certainly I will, and you know that."But the president earlier admitted that "it's going to be a very hard thing to concede" because of the "massive fraud" he alleges took place during the 2020 election. "As to...

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Judge orders Pennsylvania halt certification of election results as fight over mail-in ballots continues

Judge orders Pennsylvania halt certification of election results as fight over mail-in ballots continues

A Pennsylvania judge has ordered state officials to stop any further action in the certification of election results in the Keystone State until her court is able to hold an evidentiary hearing scheduled on Friday.Commonwealth Judge Patricia McCullough, issued the injunction order on Wednesday in response to an emergency request made by Republican lawmakers and candidates who claim that a state law allowing no-excuse absentee voting violated the state constitution."To the extent that there remains any further action to perfect the certification of the results of the 2020 General Election...

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Report: Facebook hatched 'emergency' plan using 'secret internal ranking' to suppress 'right-wing' news sources post-election

Report: Facebook hatched 'emergency' plan using 'secret internal ranking' to suppress 'right-wing' news sources post-election

In the tense days after the election as claims of widespread fraud were being disseminated on the platform, Facebook reportedly made an "emergency change" to its algorithm to suppress news sources that were spreading what the company believed to be "election misinformation." , the change involved weighting news sources using a "secret internal ranking" of publishers that Facebook created based on "signals about the quality of their journalism." The result became the more prominent featuring of posts from mainstream news outlets such as "CNN, The New York Times, and NPR," and the suppression...

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In Seattle, 34 more officers ditch the force as city slashes police budget for a second time

In Seattle, 34 more officers ditch the force as city slashes police budget for a second time

An additional 34 police officers have exited the Seattle Police Department since October as the city council voted to slash the police budget for a second time., the latest exodus brings the total number of separations since the start of this year to a historic high of 144, with "scores of other [officers] still applying elsewhere." Rantz said rumors are swirling internally that separations could hit 200 by the year's end.The news comes as the Seattle City Council approved the city's 2021 budget on Monday, in a move that shrank police department funding by 18%, . The budget cuts are...

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