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Oct 18 2012
Trying to regain a clear lead among female voters, President Obama and Democrats said Wednesday that Mitt Romneys second debate performance showed the Republican presidential nominee will not stand up for womens rights and mocked him for saying he brought “binders full of women as job candidates with him when he became Massachusetts governor.Washington Times
Dec 13 2019
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THE QUICK FACTSPresident Trump signed an executive order Wednesday afternoon which specifies that Jews on college campuses are protected under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 when cases of discrimination are "based on Abridge News
Oct 29 2019
The battle over who runs the federal government.
My Yale Law School colleague Bruce Ackerman has proposed a theory of constitutional change that he calls “constitutional moments.” The idea was spelled out in a series of lectures, later published in the Yale Law Journal and in Ackerman’s multi-volume history of the Constitution, We the People; it is impossible to do it justice in aThe American Spectator
Jul 31 2023
On Monday, Twitter’s parent company X threatened to sue an organization that tracks online hate speech and misinformation over “misleading claims” about Twitter.
The Details: The UK-based Center for Countering Digital Hate said it received a letter earlier this month from X CEO Elon Musk’s lawyer, Alex Spiro. The letter referenced a study the CCDH published in June saying Twitter failedZeroHedge Semafor The Hill
May 07 2014
The Republican Party continues to lose the Hispanic vote in ever-increasing numbers. After George W. Bush won upwards of 40 percent of Latinos in 2004, Mitt Romney took just 27 percent of them in 2012. This trend is especially frustrating for GOP leaders who — rightly — point out that Hispanics are actually pretty religious and socially conservative. This, they argue, should draw moreWashington Post
May 16 2019
On the heels of President Donald Trump's repeated assertions claiming anti-conservative bias by tech companies, the White House has launched an online form asking people to share their experiences if they think political partisanship has led them to be silenced by social media sites.
The White House's official Twitter account tweeted a link to the form Wednesday, saying that "The TrumpCBN
May 16 2019
Trump administration restricts telecom giant, says it wants to resume trade negotiations
President Trump signed an executive order that would let the U.S. ban telecommunications gear from “foreign adversaries,” underscoring tensions with China even as the U.S. said it would likely resume trade talks soon in Beijing after reaching an impasse last week.
The developments came amidWall Street Journal (News)
Beth Ballentine, an editorial contributor to AllSides, is a freelance political writer and "equal opportunity political critic." In the early 2000’s Beth was a vocal opponent of George W. Bush, and has been no less troubled by the current administration of President Obama.
Sep 20 2019
When one turns fifty, as I recently did, one’s sense of mortality inches insidiously closer. As for me, I crossed this symbolic age threshold determined to embrace, rather than resist, life’s unforgiving lesson that all things eventually die.
While savoring all that the present has to offer, I simultaneously regard the future (from a rapidly shrinking distance) as an inevitable seriesKristin Hansen
May 15 2019
Alabama sent the most restrictive abortion bill in the country to the governor's desk Tuesday night, with the state's Senate passing legislation that could punish doctors who perform abortions with life in prison.
The state's Republican backers have pushed the legislation, which amounts to a near-total ban on abortion in the state, forward with the express goal of overturning Roe v.CNN (Online News)