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Sep 16 2020
Dem Hack Chuck Todd ‘Uncomfortable’ With Historic Middle East Peace Deal
On MSNBC’s MTP Daily Tuesday afternoon, host Chuck Todd revealed that he is so deep in the tank for the Democratic Party that he can’t even credit President Trump for the historic Middle East peace deal achieved by his administration. Just moments after a White House signing ceremony finalizing the agreement had concluded, Todd whined about feeling “uncomfortable” about Trump’s accomplishmentNewsBusters
Feb 22 2021
Reducing Polarization: Learn That the Other Side Thinks of You More Positively Than You ExpectFrom the Center
This viewpoint is from a writer rated Center.
As friendships and family relationships continue to strain or break over political disagreements, Americans are learning firsthand about a new kind of political polarization: affective polarization. Affective polarization is when we not just disagree with the other side, but show contempt for them.
How much weRolf Hendriks
May 01 2019
University of North Carolina at Charlotte updates: Who are the victims? The suspected shooter?
Two people were killed and four others injured when a shooter opened fire in a classroom building Tuesday at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
Campus police disarmed and apprehended the suspect, later identified by police as 22-year-old Trystan Andrew Terrell, a former student, in the room where a handgun was used to carry out the shooting.
A campus lockdownUSA TODAY
Dec 03 2012
Syria Moves Its Chemical Weapons, and U.S. and Allies Cautiously Take Note
The Syrian militarys movement of chemical weapons in recent days has prompted the United States and several allies to repeat their warning to President Bashar al-Assad that he would be “held accountable if his forces used the weapons against the rebels fighting his government.New York Times (News)
Jan 03 2016
Iran: 40 arrested for attack on Saudi embassy
Iran's supreme leader warned Sunday of "divine revenge" against Saudi leaders for the execution of a beloved Shiite cleric who rose to prominence as a voice for free Saudi elections during the Arab Spring protests in 2011-2012.
Sheik Nimr al-Nimr was among 47 people executed by the Saudi government Saturday. News of his death set off an angry outcry across much of the Muslim world, withUSA TODAY
Feb 28 2021
Biden's Syria airstrikes test US role as world's police, get bipartisan support - and criticism
Pentagon airstrikes against Iran-backed militias in Syria are not only the first military action taken by President Joe Biden. They are a test of his broad pledge to pursue a foreign policy that is more cooperative and mindful of international partners than his predecessor's but still eschews the U.S. role as the world's police to focus on making life better for Americans, some experts andUSA TODAY
Nov 02 2020
Collection of Op-Eds For/Against Donald Trump and Joe Biden
Got a strong opinion on how to vote in this year’s presidential election? You’re not alone.
Here’s a range of op-eds written by people from throughout the political spectrum, making various cases for why you should (or shouldn’t) vote for either President Donald Trump or Democratic nominee Joe Biden.
(These are all opinion articles and don’t necessarily align with the overallAllSides Staff
Sep 12 2013
US eyes weapons 'declaration' as test of Assad's intentions
An early test of how serious Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is about dismantling his arsenal of chemical weapons will come when his regime provides a declaration listing its various components, along with an inventory of related production and storage facilities senior U.S. officials, said Wednesday.Fox News (Online News)
Sep 08 2013
Kerry: Saudi Arabia OK with international military strike on Syria
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, speaking Sunday from Paris, where he met with Arab League ministers, said Saudi Arabia has approved international military intervention in Syria.
"They support the strike," Kerry said after meeting with Saudi foreign minister Saud al-Faisal.CNN (Online News)
Jan 09 2020
Congressional hearings were created to educate lawmakers so they have knowledge before they pass bills or impeach a president.
Not today. Today, hardly any education happens.
During the President Trump impeachment "testimony," legislators tried to score points. At least five times, Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., shut down criticism by shouting, "Gentleman is not recognized!"John Stossel