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Oct 27 2021
AllSides Live: COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates
AllSides Live, our Instagram Live show, recently hosted Henry A. Brechter, the managing editor of AllSides, to discuss COVID-19 vaccine mandates and media bias.
Tune in to hear the discussion between Henry and our host, AllSides Brand Ambassador Yasmin Tavakoli!
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Jul 15 2021
“Scattered protests broke out in Haiti's capital on Wednesday as gasoline shortages added to concerns over insecurity and police announced new arrests a week after the assassination of President Jovenel Moise pitched the already-troubled Caribbean nation into political chaos… Moise was shot dead at his home by what Haitian authorities describe as a unit of assassins, including 26 ColombiansThe Flip Side
Mar 24 2021
The left, mainstream media turn Boulder shooting into yet another racial powder keg
After lunch on Monday, a man walked into a grocery store in Boulder, Colorado and shot 10 people to death. One of those slain was a police officer called Eric Talley. Eric Talley had seven children. His youngest child was just five years old. Your heart breaks for his family.
Police responded quickly to the massacre and they arrested a 21-year-old suspect. Here's how CNN described theTucker Carlson
Dec 25 2019
The Revolutionary Politics of the First Christmas
I stood at the back of the Cathedral at 1:30 on Christmas morning, shaking hands with the midnight worshippers on their way home. I had been preaching about God coming into our lives at Christmastime, especially in the form of the weak, the vulnerable and the homeless.
Most of the congregation were happy, but one man had something to get off his chest. “You should stick to the script!”Time Magazine
Dec 01 2020
What Joe Biden's Election Means For Abortion Rights
Like many abortion rights opponents, Tom McClusky is feeling good about battles won under President Trump during his four years in office.
"He has probably done more pro-life things than many Republicans who have had two terms," McClusky said.
McClusky, vice president of government affairs at the March for Life, points to Trump's reinstatement and expansion of the Mexico CityNPR (Online News)
Mar 02 2020
Former General Electric CEO Jack Welch dies at 84
Jack Welch, who led General Electric for 20 years, died at the age of 84.
The iconic businessman died at his home Sunday, surrounded by family, due to renal failure, his wife Suzy said Monday.
GE under Welch grew from a $12 billion company to a $410 billion giant, becoming one of the world's most valuable companies.
President Trump called Welch a "friend and supporter" whoWashington Examiner
May 23 2021
Trump’s internet influence drops to five-year low as much-promoted blog falls flat, report says
Donald Trump’s new website is up, and his online presence is down – way down.
According to a new report by The Washington Post, social media engagement with Mr Trump is at its lowest point since he ran for president five years ago. Even since January, it’s down by 95 per cent.
“The difference is ridiculous,” Megan Squire, an Elon University computer science professor who studiedThe Independent
Jun 01 2021
Biden unveils effort to eliminate unfair appraisals in Black communities as Tulsa tragedy remembered
The Biden administration said Tuesday it will “root out” discrimination in home appraisals and increase the share of federal contracts going to minority-owned businesses by 50% by 2026, or an additional $100 billion.
The announcement coincided with the 100th anniversary of the attack by a White mob on “Black Wall Street” in Tulsa, Oklahoma, that killed about 300 Black residents forcedWashington Times
Jun 16 2020
At least 4 members of Congress benefited from loans under the $670 billion small business aid program
At least four members of Congress benefited from loans under the $670 billion Paycheck Protection Program — and there are no rules requiring them to reveal that they did so.
Politico first reported that a small group of Republicans and Democrats have close connections to businesses known to have taken loans under PPP, the small business aid program. Companies that benefited from theInsider
Apr 02 2021
Hunter Biden, in new memoir, offers lurid details of addiction but sidesteps some political scandals
After a year of withering attacks from President Donald Trump and his allies during the 2020 campaign, Hunter Biden has emerged with a new memoir that seeks to reframe some of the scandals that nearly derailed his father's presidential bid -- but he almost entirely ignores others, leaving questions about the nation's First Family unresolved.
In "Beautiful Things," out next week, HunterABC News (Online)