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Apr 19 2021
US Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick suffered strokes and died of natural causes one day after responding to the January 6 insurrection at the US Capitol, Washington DC's chief medical examiner has determined.
The medical examiner, Francisco Diaz, didn't note any evidence that Sicknick had an allergic reaction to chemical spray or list any internal or external injuries, according toCNN (Online News)
Jan 08 2019
Last week, President Donald Trump said all four living presidents – Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama – support his push for building a border wall.Townhall
Oct 09 2020
The response to the COVID-19/Coronavirus/Wuhan Flu is unquestionably unprecedented. Never before have we shut down the majority of society worldwide – economic and societal concerns be damned, quarantined large groups of healthy people – sometimes indefinitely, cancelled weddings, funerals and religious services – then allowed mass protests and riots and implemented large-scale maskingBizpac Review
May 16 2014
In a country known for political dynasties, Modi's rise has been stunning. He's praised for making his Gujarat state an economic powerhouse but religious riots there in 2002 leave some uneasy.NPR (Online News)
Apr 29 2015
The Baltimore riots surrounding the death of Freddie Gray became a moment for liberal reporters and commentators to take the blame off those who destroyed cars looted businesses burned a church senior center and hurled objects at police officers.
Aug 11 2021
Are they still protesting in Cuba?
I don't know.
The Cuban government has shut off the Cuban people's internet.
The big demonstrations began four weeks ago, sparked, curiously, by a rap song. The key lyric is: "Freedom! No more Doctrine!"
"Doctrine" refers to the "constant cycle of propaganda" from the government, explains Cuban emigre Alian Collazo in my newestJohn Stossel
Oct 12 2020
Andrew McCarthy: No, Joe Biden, it is not packing the Court for the president and Senate to fill vacancies
Well, we finally have the answer of Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, top Democrats and their media notetakers on the great question of whether they plan to pack the Supreme Court. No, no, they’re not providing a good-faith response to the question. They are redefining their terms.
To borrow from page-one of Today in Torturing the Text, by Bill Clinton, “It all depends on what the definitionFox News (Online News)
Aug 13 2020
Public schools have always occupied prime space in the excitable American imagination. For decades, if not centuries, politicians have made hay of their supposed failures and extortions. In 2004, Rod Paige, then George W. Bush’s secretary of education, called the country’s leading teachers union a “terrorist organization.” In his first education speech as president, in 2009, Barack ObamaThe Atlantic
Jan 31 2016
Woodrow Wilson, who enjoyed moralizing about the mundane, called paying taxes a "glorious privilege." In 1865, when there was a Civil War income tax, one taxpayer shared this sensibility, sort of.
Mark Twain said that his tax bill of $36.82 (including a $3.12 fine for filing late) made him feel "important" because the government was paying attentGeorge Will
Dec 23 2020
President Donald Trump, like many of his predecessors, is using his final days in the White House to increase his use of pardons and commutations, including some that may prove controversial.
Trump has already issued several politically charged clemencies, but the overall number of pardons and commutations he's granted to date pales in comparison to other presidents in the pastUSA TODAY