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Jul 07 2020
Media Matters for America, the George Soros-funded left-wing nonprofit organization, received between $1 million and $2 million in loans under the federal Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), according to Treasury Department data released Monday.
The loan money, intended to provide relief to small businesses that were shuttered because of the coronavirus pandemic, was approved for MediaBreitbart News
Jul 18 2018
Liberal billionaire George Soros opened up in an interview with The New York Times about his thoughts on former President Obama, noting that he was “actually my greatest disappointment.”Townhall
Aug 08 2020
American politics are said to have become bitterly polarized. Journalistic accounts speak frequently of culture wars, and of a chasm between “red” and “blue” states. The defining issue in last November’s tightly contested election was reported to be a deep divide over something called “moral values.” Senator John F. Kerry’s defeat was imputed to his party’s alleged deficit in moralists. GeorgeBrookings Institution
Mar 20 2019
Kellyanne Conway's husband is a "husband from hell!" President Donald Trump declared Wednesday, escalating his awkward public fight with the spouse of a top aide.
Trump's feud with George Conway has played out with ever more heated rhetoric on social media. Conway, who has questioned Trump's mental health, fired back after Trump's latest tweet, saying the president seems "determined toNewsmax (News)
Sep 06 2020
Twenty years ago, as Democrat Al Gore and Republican George W. Bush battled for weeks over which one of them had won the U.S. presidential election, Florida’s Republican secretary of state, Katherine Harris, helped hand the White House to Bush by declaring an end to recounts that showed him clinging to the slimmest of leads.
If the outcome of this November’s election comes down toBloomberg
May 19 2020
This is a solemn and challenging time in the life of our nation and world. A remorseless, invisible enemy threatens the elderly and vulnerable among us – and some of the healthiest, too. It challenges our sense of safety, security, and community. Our children are separated from their teachers and their friends in a way that is hard for them to understand. Many have lost loved ones, jobs, andGeorge W. Bush
Aug 04 2015
It came two days after the announcement of the nuclear agreement with Iran, yet little mention was made on July 16 of the 70th anniversary of the first nuclear explosion, near Alamogordo, N.M. The anniversary underscored that the agreement attempts to thwart proliferation of technology seven decades old.
Nuclear-weapons technology has become markedly more sophisticated since 1945. ButGeorge Will
Jan 27 2021
Senate Democrats voted on Tuesday to proceed with impeachment, rejecting a Republican attempt to block their Trump trial. But even though they won the vote, it's actually good news for the former president.
That's because 45 senators just voted to declare the impeachment effort unconstitutional. In other words, there don't appear to be enough votes to actually impeach Trump when theCBN
Jun 30 2020
Reparations are a recipe for rancor. Under the guise of settling a grievance, they intensify and often eternalize it. They almost inevitably plant seeds of enmity that last for generations. However large the cost, the victorious side eventually feels it settled too cheap. And the side that humbly paid comes to recognize it paid too dearly and gained nothing more than a pause in the demands.The Spectator World
Aug 24 2020
Kellyanne Conway, one of President Donald Trump’s most influential and longest serving advisers, announced Sunday that she would be leaving the White House at the end of the month.
Conway, Trump’s campaign manager during the stretch run of the 2016 race, was the first woman to successfully steer a White House bid, then became a senior counselor to the president. She informed Trump ofAssociated Press