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Jan 01 2023
It’s a tired trope to say each year was the worst. It’s the result of recency bias, and if we’re all being intellectually honest with ourselves, we know that it's universally accepted that 536 narrowly edges out 1349 as the worst year ever. The last decade may have broken our sense of time, but never have I felt so shocked when I realized that happened this year. All years are “bad” in theirBuzzFeed News
May 02 2022
The Republican party is widely expected to win back at least one chamber of Congress in the mid-term elections later this year. But its leaders have been reluctant to say what it would do with that power — and that could mean trouble in the not-so-long run.
Some Republican 2024 presidential hopefuls have each released multi-point policy agendas that they may try to build a campaignBBC News
May 04 2022
Sean Patrick Maloney, the chairman of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, declared last night, “only Democrats will protect our freedoms. That is now the central choice in the 2022 election.” I can’t help but wonder how many gas stations with a price around $4.36 per gallon Maloney passed as he was typing that tweet.Jim Geraghty
Dec 30 2022
Sometimes, what does not happen is what matters most.
By the evening of February 25 this year, Russia’s troops had reached the edge of Kyiv, Ukraine’s capital. The day before, Russian troops had crossed into Ukraine in the largest military attack in Europe since World War II.
Ukraine's defense ministry urged its people to build bombs to fight off the invaders. President VolodymyrVoice of America
Dec 30 2022
Before we ring in 2023, we look back at the most popular articles that we posted to our website in 2022.
For the third consecutive year, COVID-19 tops our list. Nine of the 10 most popular articles were about the pandemic. And most of those were false claims about the vaccines.
Here’s the list, in order.FactCheck.org
Jan 26 2023
The economy grew 2.1% in 2022, the Bureau of Economic Analysis reported Thursday, a year marked first by recession fears and then by the largest burst of inflation in decades, which prompted a frantic campaign by the Federal Reserve to ease price pressures through interest rate hikes.
The numbers, adjusted for inflation, were driven by gross domestic product growth in second half of theWashington Examiner
Nov 02 2022
In ordinary times, secretary of state tends to be a low-profile role at the state level. But a bevy of candidates loud and proud in their denials of the 2020 election results are running for the position in several states next month pledging to overhaul their state’s election systems.
Though the power of the position varies by state, the secretary of state doesn’t have absoluteThe Dispatch
Feb 16 2022
On Nov. 8, America will decide which party takes control of Congress. The results of 435 House races and 34 Senate races will determine whether Democrats hold on to their majorities or Republicans take power for the first time during the Biden administration. President Biden’s agenda is at stake, with a Republican victory in either chamber likely to stifle any policy accomplishments as heFox News (Online News)
Dec 29 2022
It was a challenging task but an esteemed panel of NewsBusters editors led by MRC President L.Brent Bozell and MRC’s Vice President for Research and Publications Brent Baker boiled down all the biased outbursts from lefty hack hosts, anchors, reporters and pundits in 2022 and on December 15 announced The Brian Stelter Memorial Award for Quote of the Year.
Of course, every year thereNewsBusters
Mar 16 2022
Army combat veteran Sean Parnell gave his in-person endorsement last night to Republican U.S. Senate primary candidate Dave McCormick at a microbrewery in this former steel town, located along the Monongahela River, 6 miles outside the city of Pittsburgh.
Parnell dropped out of the race in November after a judge gave his estranged wife custody of the couple's children. McCormick hasWashington Examiner