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May 07 2019
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp Signs Anti-Abortion ‘Heartbeat Bill’
Republican Gov. Brian Kemp signed Georgia’s controversial “heartbeat bill” Tuesday morning, severely limiting millions of women’s access to abortion across the state.
The measure, authored by state Rep. Ed Setzler (R), bans abortion as soon as a doctor can detect a fetal heartbeat, which usually happens at around six weeks into a pregnancy ― when many women are not yet aware of theirHuffPost
Feb 12 2021
These Famous Political Opposites Have Been Married for Over 25 Years. How Do They Make It Work?A View from the Left
This piece is from a writer rated Lean Left.
The relationship began when they were political rivals. Mary Matalin was a campaign director for Republican George H.W. Bush. James Carville was the chief strategist for Democrat Bill Clinton.
Yet at the start of Bill Clinton's Administration, these advisers from opposite political parties not only becameMarcia Beckford
May 14 2019
An Unending Trade War Leaves Wall Street Jittery
Investors are dealing with a painful new reality: The trade war between the United States and China could last indefinitely.
That anxiety spread across the stock markets on Monday, as investors around the world tried to divine the potential fallout to economic growth and corporate profits. Bonds and commodities, too, flashed warnings of a slowdown.
The stock losses have broughtNew York Times (News)
Jul 23 2019
Boris Johnson elected new Tory leader
Boris Johnson will become Britain’s next prime minister after winning a convincing victory over Jeremy Hunt in the Conservative party leadership race.
The former mayor of London, who has long cherished an ambition to lead his country, won 66% of the votes – 92,153, to Hunt’s 46,656. Turnout was 87.4% among 159,320 party members.
In a characteristically lighthearted acceptanceThe Guardian
Dec 11 2012
Right-To-Work Debate Heats Up Ahead Of Mich. Vote
Even with the outcome considered a foregone conclusion, the heated battle over right-to-work legislation in the traditional union bastion of Michigan shows no sign of cooling.NPR (Online News)
May 28 2013
ACLU Fights School District Plan to Teach Controversial Issues
The American Civil Liberties Union is battling an Ohio school districts controversial issues policy that would mandate classroom discussions about creationism and other conservative issues.The Blaze
Dec 20 2015
McConnell: Trump's Muslim ban wouldn't pass the Senate
Donald Trump's proposal to ban all Muslims from entering the United States would go nowhere in the Senate, the Republican leader there says.
"We're not gonna follow that suggestion that this particular candidate made," Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell told CNN's Jake Tapper Sunday on "State of the Union."CNN (Online News)
Jan 24 2016
Jeb Bush Praises Rick Snyder's Handling Of Flint Water Crisis
Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush on Sunday applauded Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder's response to the water contamination crisis in Flint -- even though the situation was caused by Snyder's own administration.
"I admire Rick Snyder for stepping up right now," Bush said on CNN's "State of the Union." "He's goiHuffPost
Nov 29 2019
The ‘Deep State’ Canard Spreads
It’s become a partisan talking point in defense of almost everything President Trump does.
The deep state is the right’s new bogeyman.
I’d wager that until fairly recently, few people had ever heard the phrase. I’d also bet that roughly 99 percent of those who fling the term around have no idea that it’s borrowed from Turkish politics.
The idea of a deep state, or “stateJonah Goldberg