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Aug 06 2020
A Republican TV ad targeted at Latino voters in large cities falsely claimed that Joe Biden “promised his party an African American Vice President. Not a Latino.”
Biden, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, committed to picking a woman to be his running mate. He didn’t specify a woman of a particular race or ethnicity.
The attack ad was paid for by the Committee toFactCheck.org
Nov 15 2020
The First Circuit Court of Appeals in Boston upheld Harvard University’s decision on its admission process by using affirmative action last Thursday. This process allows the university to use race and ethnicity as a consideration when it comes to educational opportunities.
The Students for Fair Admissions (SFA), a nonprofit organization, represented a group of Asian American studentsScriberr Media - News
Aug 15 2019
When I moved to Orange County in the mid-1990s, it was still the most Republican county, in raw numbers, in the United States. Virtually anyone with serious political ambition there ran as a Republican, although changes were starting to appear. Democrat Loretta Sanchez eked out a victory over GOP firebrand “B-1 Bob” Dornan in the 1996 congressional election — something Dornan blamed on invalidThe American Spectator
Jun 17 2022
International Courts Prosecuting Leaders Like Putin for War Crimes Have a Mixed Record – But Offer Clues on How to get a Conviction
This piece originally appeared on The Conversation, which AllSides rates as Lean Left. It was written by Victor Peskin, an Associate Professor of Politics and Global Studies at Arizona State University. The writer's bias has not been rated.
There have been mounting calls from Ukrainian and other activists and political leaders to prosecute Russian"The Conversation" Contributor
Oct 27 2020
The campaign messages are coming fast and furious now.
“Hi Geoffrey, I'm Jess w/ People's Action,” reads one. “Voter Alert for Geoffrey Fowler!” says another.
And the weirdest: “It’s Jonathan Del Arco, Hugh the Borg on Star Trek … Join a grass roots fundraiser with 19 cast members!”
Perhaps your text messages, Facebook feed or mailbox have also exploded with eerilyWashington Post
Apr 07 2021
The toxicity of the former president’s brand is choking off traditional money-making opportunities for members of his inner circle.
Before she joined the Trump administration as transportation secretary, Elaine Chao earned millions of dollars over the past decade by serving on the boards of big public companies such as Dole Foods, Protective Life and Wells Fargo, according to corporateWashington Post
Jun 11 2020
On Tuesday, retired General and former CIA director David Petraeus wrote an op-ed calling for the renaming of army bases named for Confederate generals. (The Atlantic)
“In the past few days, officials have said that the Pentagon, including Defense Secretary Mark Esper and Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy, was open to having a bipartisan conversation about renaming the Army bases named forThe Flip Side
Jun 04 2016
In their last meeting, Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly laughed with her former adversary, presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump, tossing him a handful of softball questions he could swiftly bat away. But Kelly took a swing right at him on her show Thursday evening, blasting the billionaire for his comments about Gonzalo Curiel, the federal judge presiding over the civil fraud lawsuitsVanity Fair
Sep 17 2019
Vice President Mike Pence made his latest push for the United States-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement (USMCA) Tuesday at the Heritage Foundation, a conservative D.C.-based think tank.
A top legislative priority for the White House, the agreement was signed by all three countries on Nov. 30 of last year and has been stalled in Congress as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has yet to put theThe Federalist
Mar 11 2020
China’s “cover-up” of the coronavirus cost the world community two months of time to respond, Trump National Security Adviser Robert O’Brien said Wednesday during a think-tank event.
“Unfortunately, rather than using best practices, this outbreak in Wuhan was covered up,” he said at the Heritage Foundation in response to a question about China’s handling of the virus.
He notedBreitbart News