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Feb 03 2022
It was a little more than two years ago that I really started learning about the reality of police oversight in America.
On Halloween night in 2019, my wife and our then-6-year-old daughter were walking home from trick-or-treating in our Brooklyn neighborhood when they saw a New York Police Department car go the wrong way down a street and smack into a teenager, who fell and then ranProPublica
Apr 20 2022
Congress Should Not Legalize Marijuana, Marco Rubio Says, Because Black-Market Weed Is 'Laced With Fentanyl'
When Sen. Marco Rubio (R–Fla.) was seeking the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, a local paper noted that he had "a long history speaking out against marijuana legalization." Given that history and the fact that Rubio's position is rejected by two-thirds of Americans, you might think he would be prepared to defend marijuana prohibition with cogent arguments.
If so, you would beReason
Apr 27 2022
When Kulia Petzoldt first learned of George Floyd’s death in 2020, she and her teenage daughter ventured to Lake Merritt in Oakland, California, to protest alongside a mass of people demanding justice.
Petzoldt, who is white, said growing up around different cultures and having friends who were Black made her feel more conscious of the racial discrimination Black people faced. TheNBC News (Online)
Apr 09 2022
The shamelessness of liberal politicians and journalists is displayed by their unique outrage at the treatment of Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson, as if everyone forgot the smearing of Brett Kavanaugh with unsubstantiated sexual allegations, including teenaged gang rape.
The Washington Post editorial board was roundly roasted for claiming “Republicans boast they have notNewsBusters
Feb 15 2022
Britain’s Prince Andrew has settled the sexual abuse lawsuit brought by a woman who said she was trafficked to him by the late financier Jeffrey Epstein, a court filing Tuesday revealed. The amount of the settlement was not disclosed.
Andrew was sued in August by Virginia Giuffre, who said she was recruited by Epstein and his longtime paramour Ghislaine Maxwell when she was a teenagerWashington Post
Apr 12 2022
Liberals lash out at WaPo over 'infuriating' opinion piece by man who regretted transitioning at 19 years old
Transgender activists and their allies lashed out at the Washington Post on Monday after they published an opinion piece by a transgender woman who said her transition was harmful and unnecessary.
The piece was entitled "What I wish I'd known when I was 19 and had sex reassignment surgery" by Corinna Cohn who was born a male but transitioned at 19 years old.
“From the day of myThe Blaze
Mar 25 2022
A number of drivers from the trucker convoy protest made their way to a nearby private Christian school Thursday to show off their big rigs to the children.
Several popular convoy livestreamers filmed themselves and young students at the Baptist school in Hagerstown, Maryland—where the ill-defined trucker protest has made their homebase for the last few weeks—climbing around their bigVice
Dec 20 2021
Ghislaine Maxwell "knew exactly what she was doing" when she lured teenager girls into a trap to have sexual contact with late financier Jeffrey Epstein, a prosecutor said in her closing argument at the British socialite's criminal trial on Monday.
"Maxwell was conspiring with Epstein to abuse underage girls," Assistant U.S. Attorney Alison Moe said. "Maxwell sent a teenage girl into aReuters
Jan 21 2022
What is the point of an education? Is it to learn skills that will help you get ahead in the workplace, or is it to acquire knowledge and to think more deeply about your place in the world?
In this episode we hear from an educator who thinks that the great books— Plato, Aquinas, Shakespeare for example— aren’t just for a few well-off students at elite colleges, but for everybody. And heHow Do We Fix It?
Mar 23 2022
Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson is returning to the Senate for a third day of hearings as Republicans try to paint her as soft on crime and Democrats herald the historic nature of her nomination to become the first Black woman on the high court.
In Tuesday’s marathon hearing, Republicans aggressively questioned Jackson on the sentences she has handed down to sex offenders inAssociated Press