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Feb 15 2020
In 1966, there were 654 murders in New York City. The next year, that number increased by about a hundred. Then two hundred. By the mid-1970s, nearly 1,700 people were being murdered every year in New York City. That insane level of violence maintained until the early 1990s. Then, in 1994, the level of murder in New York City began to decline. It declined from approximately 2,000 people killedBen Shapiro
Aug 18 2022
The Democrats' so-called Inflation Reduction Act is really a tax-and-spend bill that won't reduce inflation, critics say. And if Democrats insist that the southwest border is "secure," that's a misnomer, too, Rep. Kat Cammack (R-Fla.) told Fox Business on Thursday:
"You know, I think this is the leftist agenda, right. They rename everything. Everything has a new definition -- we're notCNSNews.com
Jun 20 2022
Colombia will be governed by a leftist president for the first time after former rebel Gustavo Petro narrowly defeated a real estate millionaire in a runoff election that underscored people’s disgust with the country’s traditional politicians.
Petro’s third attempt to win the presidency earned him 50.48% of the votes Sunday, while political outsider Rodolfo Hernández got 47.26%,Christian Science Monitor
Sep 18 2022
The red pilling of Bill Maher continues as the HBO host took a flamethrower to the woke Left again for the most obvious reason: their grotesque fixation with “presentism.” We have written about this ad nauseum regarding the Left’s incessant need to be on the right side of the arc of history and the illiberal lengths they will go to satisfy that position. The campaign against statutes and theTownhall
Jul 10 2020
Trump threatens to remove tax-exempt status of universities if they engage in 'radical left indoctrination'
President Trump said he will direct the Treasury Department to look into the tax-exempt status of universities and school systems if they are pushing "radical Left" ideas on their students.
"Too many Universities and School Systems are about Radical Left Indoctrination, not Education," Trump tweeted on Friday. "Therefore, I am telling the Treasury Department to re-examine their Tax-Washington Examiner
Jun 02 2020
I remember Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s 2018 victory well. I sat at a table in my old Chicago apartment, beer in hand, toggling back and forth between Twitter and the New York Times’ NY-14 election results page. Then the first returns rolled in and showed a wide AOC lead that never faltered as the night went on. For progressives generally, the reaction was euphoric: “she did it, she beat theCurrent Affairs
Aug 03 2019
(CNN)—The chief of staff to Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York is leaving her congressional office, according to her communications director. The move is effective immediately.
Saikat Chakrabarti is leaving to join New Consensus, a progressive group working on the Green New Deal. "Saikat has decided to leave the office of Rep. Ocasio-Cortez to work with New ConsensusCNN (Online News)
Jul 11 2019
‘No hate! No fear!” chanted the left-wing crowd as they marched downtown Saturday. I walked to the front of the line to record the protesters with my new GoPro camera when I was suddenly slammed on the back of my head with something hard. Dazed and still hearing faint chants of “no hate,” I was then punched and kicked by perhaps a dozen masked people in black. At an Antifa event meant toAndy Ngo
Oct 15 2020
Merriam-Webster Alters Dictionary to Align with Democratic Attacks on Barrett’s Use of ‘Sexual Preference’
Merriam-Webster on Tuesday changed its definition of “preference” to note that the term is “offensive” when used in connection to an individual’s sexual orientation, just as a Senate Democrat was criticizing Judge Amy Coney Barrett for using the term during her Supreme Court confirmation hearing.
Until at least September 28, the dictionary had defined “preference” to include referenceNational Review
Aug 03 2019
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's (D-N.Y.) chief of staff Saikat Chakrabarti is leaving the freshman's office after a series of controversies, according to a report in The Intercept. “Saikat has decided to leave the office of Rep. Ocasio-Cortez to work with New Consensus to further develop plans for a Green New Deal,” Ocasio-Cortez communications director Corbin Trent told The Intercept in aThe Hill