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Feb 13 2023
Competing Tax Reform Plans for West Virginia Take Center Stage at Roundtable
CHARLESTON – With two competing plans to provide tax relief to West Virginians before the Legislature, Gov. Jim Justice brought two national conservative tax reform advocates to the state. Justice held a tax reform roundtable Monday at the Culture Center on the grounds of the State Capitol Complex with Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform, and Stephen Moore, distinguishedThe Intelligencer
Oct 15 2018
Warren releases DNA analysis on Native American heritage, firing back at Trump attacks
Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren took the rare step Monday of releasing her DNA test results examining her possible Native American ancestry, in apparent response to persistent criticism from President Trump and other Republicans.Fox News (Online News)
Feb 13 2023
Justice joins conservative tax reform advocates for roundtable
CHARLESTON — With two competing plans to provide tax relief to West Virginians before the Legislature, Gov. Jim Justice brought two national conservative tax reform advocates to the state. Justice held a tax reform roundtable Monday at the Culture Center on the grounds of the State Capitol Complex with Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform, and Stephen Moore, distinguishedThe Parkersburg News and Sentinal
Feb 14 2023
Montana Senate votes against Indigenous Peoples Day holiday
The vote as an attempt to resurrect the bill, which was tabled Monday The Montana state Senate voted Tuesday afternoon against discussing a bill that would have established Indigenous Peoples Day in the state Tuesday afternoon following debate over how the new holiday would replace Columbus Day. However, at least one member of the Montana American Indian Caucus plans to introduce another billRed Lake Nation News
Jul 26 2015
Obama addresses human rights, ethnic divisions on final day of Kenya visit
President Obama spoke out Sunday about corruption, ethnic divisions, terrorism and human rights in a rousing televised speech on his last day in Kenya, his father's homeland.
Speaking to thousands at the Kasarani National Stadium, Obama encouraged Kenyans to “choose the path to progress” by fighting corruption and terrorism and by treating women and girls as equal citizens.USA TODAY
Feb 06 2023
Women report stunning levels of discrimination
About 51% of women in marginalized racial and ethnic groups in the U.S. and four other countries said they'd experienced racism or discrimination at their current workplace, according to a new survey released last week.
The big picture: The survey's stark results come at a time when some companies are pulling back on certain efforts around diversity and inclusion.
What they did:Axios
Feb 16 2023
Climate Protester Storms Stage, Tangles With Josh Hawley At Conservative Event
A protester invaded the stage Thursday as Republican Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley gave a talk about China and Ukraine at the Heritage Foundation.
Hawley was discussing the prospect of China invading Taiwan when the female protester went on stage and walked over to him holding a sign and talking loudly about military spending. Her sign referenced “war and aggression” and “CODEPINK,” theThe Daily Caller
Aug 13 2021
2020 Census Results Show Big Changes to America's Racial and Ethnic Makeup
According to the 2020 United States Census, the U.S. is 57.8% white, 18.7% Hispanic, 12.4% Black and 6% Asian. The white population decreased in size by 8.6%, the first drop on record. Other key takeaways: the multiracial population grew by 276%; the Asian population grew by 36%; the Hispanic population grew by 23%; the black population grew by 6%; the number of people who identify as NativeReason USA TODAY Axios
Feb 11 2023
Celebrate Mardi Gras in Cajun country with these Lafayette parades and other events
The Mardi Gras season is in high gear in Lafayette with a full schedule of parades, balls, musical performances and much more. The area’s diversity is always on full display around Mardi Gras. In addition to parades that feature hundreds of members of different krewes, Lafayette is also known for its Mardi Gras Indians, who delight crowds each year with elaborate dancing, costumes and tributesThe Times-Picayune
Feb 10 2023
FBI Retracts Anti-Catholic Document Leaked by Whistleblower
The FBI has pulled a leaked internal document announcing an investigation into “radical traditionalist” Catholics and their possible ties to the “far-right white nationalist movement” following vocal backlash.
As Breitbart News reported, the text was leaked this week by an FBI whistleblower and subsequently published by Kyle Seraphin, who had been a special agent at the bureau for sixBreitbart News