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Apr 30 2020
In the middle of March, New York City mayor Bill de Blasio was among those not entirely sold on social distancing as a prophylactic measure against the coronavirus epidemic. “If you love your neighborhood bar, go there now,” he famously said. A few days later, he was threatening to padlock the city’s synagogues — permanently — if social-distancing protocols went unheeded.
We sympathizeNational Review (News)
Jan 03 2015
Republican senators poised to lead major committees when the GOP takes charge are intent on pushing back many of President Barack Obama's policies, setting up potential showdowns over environmental rules, financial regulations and national security.
The all-GOP Congress — Republicans also have a commanding majority in the House — gives the powerful Senate committee heads a newfoundHuffPost
May 27 2016
He has no idea what he's doing — his campaign is all over the place, with infighting, tension and recklessness.Salon
Dec 10 2019
For two years, the president of the United States and his followers have loudly declared that the FBI acted unlawfully in conducting a counterintelligence investigation of Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential campaign.
They repeatedly told the American people that the FBI had done all sorts of bad things, such as tapping Donald Trump’s wires during the campaign, opening anWashington Post
Jul 25 2017
As he attempts to close what has been an elusive deal among Republicans on a Senate bill to repeal and replace Obamacare, President Donald Trump continues to make bold promises about what that bill would do — promises that all available analysis suggests the bill will not keep.Vox
Aug 08 2017
If the Democrats and Republicans were engaged in a real war – what they're all doing now is just political combat of the messiest kind – West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice's defection to the GOP after just a few months in office might be a signal it's time to sue for peace.Peter Roff
Mar 02 2021
Click here for Part 1 of this Perspectives series: The Press in Colonial America and Creation of the 1st Amendment.
Today, we hold journalists and media outlets accountable to journalistic codes of ethics and a set of standards, which include truth, transparency, and objectivity. When journalism strays from objective fact, the result is media bias. And though it takesMicaela Ricaforte
Oct 07 2019
Everyone’s on drugs here . . . and stealing,” an ex-felon named Shaku explains as he rips open a blue Popsicle wrapper with his teeth. Shaku is standing in an encampment of tents, trash, and bicycles, across from San Francisco’s Glide Memorial Church. Another encampment-dweller lights a green crack pipe and passes it around. A few paces down the street, a gaunt man swipes a credit card throughCity Journal
Nov 07 2019
Sen. Lindsey Graham praised President Donald Trump on Wednesday, telling him that the confirmation hearings for Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh will be remembered as the "defining moment" of his presidency and that if he wins reelection, it will be because of the federal judges he has put on the bench.
The South Carolina Republican made the remark at a White House eventUSA TODAY
Oct 02 2019
The government has published its Brexit proposals to the EU, including plans to replace the Irish backstop.
The plan would see Northern Ireland essentially stay in the European single market for goods through the creation of an "all-island regulatory zone".
The Northern Ireland Assembly would have to approve the arrangements first and be able to vote every four years on whetherBBC News