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NYT Editor Retracts Racial Slur Standard Used to Justify McNeil Ouster: ‘Of Course Intent Matters’ | National Review

NYT Editor Retracts Racial Slur Standard Used to Justify McNeil Ouster: ‘Of Course Intent Matters’ | National Review

It offers thousands of good-paying jobs and optimizes health and human safety for the American people. The president should reverse course.The policy was first instated by President Reagan to ensure that taxpayers would not be required to indirectly fund abortions in other countries.It never made sense to lionize New York’s governor at the expense of Florida’s, except one had a ‘D’ after his name, and the other didn’t.

Feb 11
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Email Records Revealed: How Teachers Unions Are Fighting to Keep Virginia Schools Shuttered | National Review

Email Records Revealed: How Teachers Unions Are Fighting to Keep Virginia Schools Shuttered | National Review

…We used to widely honor the instruction to not speak ill of the dead, at least in media and public communications.If the ‘swamp’ is code for the entire bipartisan establishment, the country is in deep trouble.  Texans freeze in an oil-rich state, free speech falls under the weight of cancel culture, elites preen, and debt soars.

Feb 19
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Walmart Says It Will Invest $425 Million to Expand Presence in Wuhan over the Next Five Years | National Review

Walmart Says It Will Invest $425 Million to Expand Presence in Wuhan over the Next Five Years | National Review

Walmart’s China branch announced at an investment conference hosted by the Wuhan city government on Wednesday that it was committing 3 billion yuan ($425 million) to expand its presence in the origin point of the coronavirus pandemic over the next five years.According to Walmart China, the company will be putting up at least four new Sam’s Club stores, 15 additional shopping malls, and more community stores in the capital of China’s Hubei province. The U.S.-based retailer already has 34 stores and two distribution centers in the city, where the global coronavirus pandemic first emerged in...

April 9, 2020
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Georgia Senate Candidate Jon Ossoff Quietly Discloses Financial Ties to Pro-CCP Hong Kong Media Company | National Review

Georgia Senate Candidate Jon Ossoff Quietly Discloses Financial Ties to Pro-CCP Hong Kong Media Company | National Review

Georgia Democrat and Senate candidate Jon Ossoff has been compensated by a Hong Kong media conglomerate whose owner has spoken out against pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong, according to his most recent financial disclosure.Ossoff, whose role as CEO of a London-based producer of investigative documentaries has drawn scrutiny over the years, in an amended financial statement that he has received at least $5,000 from PCCW Media Limited over the last two years — a detail that has previously gone unreported. Ossoff his ties to PCCW in his initial financial report, which he filed in May.PCCW,...

September 18, 2020
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Business Insider, Daily Beast Politicize Death of S.D. Governor’s Grandmother | National Review

Business Insider, Daily Beast Politicize Death of S.D. Governor’s Grandmother | National Review

The Daily Beast and Business Insider tried to spin the nursing home death of Kristi Noem’s 98-year-old grandmother into a political hitjob, despite the fact that the death was not COVID-related and the nursing home enacted strict protocols for visitors.“Shameful,” was the reaction of Noem’s policy director Maggie Seidel to .Daily Beast special correspondent Michael Daly — who has bashed Noem in five articles since August, but has yet to cover New York’s — tried to juxtapose the death of Aldys Arnold with Noem’s “downplaying of the pandemic and her continued refusal to impose a statewide...

Dec 4
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Trump Predicts Election Victory in Early-Morning Address, Calls Ballot Count Delay ‘Fraud’ | National Review

Trump Predicts Election Victory in Early-Morning Address, Calls Ballot Count Delay ‘Fraud’ | National Review

2:27 President Trump touted his “phenomenal” election performance during a brief address from the White House early Wednesday morning. While the race remains too close to call, Trump, who had secured 213 of the 270 electoral votes needed, predicted victory, saying it would be “impossible” for the Biden-Harris ticket to overtake him in Pennsylvania, which, along with Wisconsin, Michigan, and North Carolina, has yet to be called and may prove decisive.He went on to argue that efforts to continue counting ballots after election day in states like Pennsylvania and Wisconsin amounted to...

Nov 4
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How the Media Enlisted the Intel Community as Partisan Pundits | National Review

How the Media Enlisted the Intel Community as Partisan Pundits | National Review

published a piece last week titled, “Biden would revamp fraying intel community,” which quoted former Obama-administration intelligence officials and Biden-campaign surrogates making the case that a Biden administration would restore “morale inside the agencies, legitimacy on Capitol Hill and public trust in the intelligence community’s leadership.”Several interview subjects warned that part of the problem lies with the deference that current intel officials show to a president who is profoundly uninterested in the product of intelligence gathering when it doesn’t further his political...

Oct 30
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How the Media Turned Cambridge Analytica into the All-Powerful Bogeyman Behind Brexit, Trump Election | National Review

How the Media Turned Cambridge Analytica into the All-Powerful Bogeyman Behind Brexit, Trump Election | National Review

A comprehensive investigation into the infamous data firm Cambridge Analytica has concluded after finding no evidence that the group influenced Brexit or coordinated with Russians to intervene in the 2016 election. But the news has yielded barely a whimper from the mainstream press that so hyped the firm for years as the secret puppeteer behind modern electoral upsets.Over two weeks ago, on October 2, the U.K.’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) that it had closed a three-year probe based on a review of 31 servers, over 300,000 documents, and 700 terabytes of data seized from...

Oct 19
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Twitter CEO Admits Handling of NY Post Biden-Burisma Article ‘Was Not Great’ | National Review

Twitter CEO Admits Handling of NY Post Biden-Burisma Article ‘Was Not Great’ | National Review

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey admitted Wednesday evening that his platform’s handling of a New York Post article about the Bidens and Burisma “was not great,” after Twitter began blocking users from sharing the article and locking the accounts of those that did.“Our communication around our actions on the@nypost article was not great,” Dorsey . “And blocking URL sharing via tweet or DM with zero context as to why we’re blocking: unacceptable.”Dorsey’s announcement came as Twitter Support posted a thread trying to explain why it had been blocking users from sharing the Post article. “The images...

Oct 15
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Ted Lieu Erupts at Mention of Harvard Asian-Discrimination Case during Hearing on Diversity | National Review

Ted Lieu Erupts at Mention of Harvard Asian-Discrimination Case during Hearing on Diversity | National Review

Representative Ted Lieu (D., Calif.) bristled at a witness for bringing up Harvard’s alleged discrimination during a House hearing on diversity on the federal courts.“Stop bringing in irrelevant issues, there are more Asian Americans at these Ivy Leagues than in the federal judiciary — they’re unrepresented. These are different issues happening,” Lieu yelled at civil rights attorney Peter Kirsanow. “Don’t bring in these college issues because this is not what the hearing’s about.”Kirsanow said he agreed with the assessment that Asian Americans are “underrepresented” in the judiciary, but...

Mar 25
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