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Journalist’s Notebook: Why the 2022 midterms could mirror the 2010 bloodbath for Democrats

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Former President Obama was a toxic commodity heading into the 2010 election. Obama and his party took over Obamacare 12 years ago. The House also approved a controversial climate policy bill. And as a result, the Commander-in-Chief has mostly sat on the …

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Dry winter drains reservoirs and ruins crops in Spain and Portugal

ACEREDO, Spain (AP) — Roofs sticking out of the water have become commonplace every summer at the Lindoso Reservoir in northwestern Spain. In particularly dry years, parts would appear of the ancient village of Aceredo, submerged three decades ago when a hydroelectric dam flooded the valley. But never before had …

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FRANK FUREDI: Does this image prove that schools are turning into anti-conservative indoctrination factories?

The picture in the Daily Mail yesterday was truly disturbing. As an educator for 45 years, I would be hard pressed to find anything as shocking as this photo of a scowling elementary school student in front of a whiteboard on which the words ‘lie’, ‘selfish’ and ‘distrust’ ” were …

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The Mask Debate – The New York Times

The real problem, according to this view, is that the United States has done too little to protect people from Covid; if exaggerating the individual risk can reduce the collective risk of Covid, isn’t that a good thing? There is some logic in this line of thinking, as the United …

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Tunisian leader seeks to dissolve country’s highest judiciary

TUNIS, Tunisia (AP) — Tunisia’s president announced a plan to dissolve the national judiciary, which is suspected of corruption and mishandling of sensitive political affairs, local media reported Sunday. President Kais Saied’s decision to dissolve the Superior Council of the Judiciary comes as Tunisians celebrated on Sunday the ninth anniversary …

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ANDREW NEIL: I’m afraid Boris Johnson can’t ‘fly away’ any longer

Any Tory MPs still clinging to the idea that Boris Johnson can change – that he can preside over an adult-led 10 Downing Street operation and a government with serious purpose, direction and focus – must have finally been disillusioned of this error. by the events of this week. His …

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DWAC Stock: Why the Trump Media SPAC deal will be approved

President Donald Trump announced in December that his Truth Social platform, owned by Trump Media & Technology, would launch in the first quarter, then Reuters reported that Truth Social would debut in February. Following this latest report, Digital World Acquisition Company (NASDAQ:DWAC) the stock soared. Source: Joseph Sohm / Shutterstock.com …

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Trump urges fans to boycott DirecTV ‘crazy leftists’ after company says it’s scrapping OAN

Former President Donald Trump ripped AT&T and called on his fans to boycott the telecommunications giant in a statement on Sunday after its television provider DirecTV announced it would drop One America News Network. He also lambasted Comcast – the parent company of NBC News, which he called “Con-cast” – …

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OUR VIEWPOINT: A politician’s guide to undermining public education | Opinion

Suppose you were looking to divert money from public schools to private schools, how could you go about doing this? You would probably start with scare tactics to weaken trust in public education. You would warn parents that their children are being indoctrinated by leftist teachers or programs educating innocent …

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Liverpool risk slamming Spurs’ £46m bid for Luis Diaz

Liverpool could face criticism from fans as Tottenham Hotspur push for Luis Diaz. Spurs’ offer isn’t exactly massive. It looks like Liverpool might be missing Luis Diaz after all. There have been reports linking the two for some time, with Journal de Noticias claiming in November that the Reds like …

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Chris Kreider’s hat trick helps Rangers win 7-3 over Coyotes

Chris Kreider had a hat trick to define his career–high with 29 goals, tied for the NHL lead, and the New York Rangers scored six unanswered to beat the Arizona Coyotes 7-3 on Saturday night for their eighth victory in 11 games. Rangers defenseman Jacob Trouba scored twice as New …

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Emmanuel Macron fills up on Europe

On the eve of Emmanuel Macron’s remarks to the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France, on Wednesday, rumors swirled that some of the parliamentary groups would reshuffle their speakers to use their time in the podium to criticize the French president. The rumors weren’t wrong. What is usually a formality for …

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Who is the King of Florida? Tensions rise between Trump and Ron DeSantis

For months, former President Donald J. Trump quietly grumbled with friends and visitors to his Palm Beach mansion about a rival Republican power center in another Florida mansion, about 400 miles north. Governor Ron DeSantis, a man Mr. Trump believes has put on the map, has acted much less like …

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French left-wing icon Taubira joins crowded presidential race

LYON, France (AP) — A progressive icon from the South American territory of French Guiana joined the race for France’s April presidential election on Saturday, vowing to push back against the “hate speech” that has marred the campaign and seeking to unite France’s long-fractured left wing. Christine Taubira has only …

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Stamkos scores 18th goal, Tampa Bay Lightning beat Vancouver Canucks 4-2 – Prince Rupert Northern View

Steven Stamkos scored his team-leading 18th goal, Andrei Vasilevskiy made 24 saves and the host Tampa Bay Lightning beat the Vancouver Canucks 4-2 on Thursday night. Anthony Cirelli, Boris Katchouk and Brayden Point also scored for Tampa Bay. Katchouk made it 3-1 at 11:24 of the third on a 2-0, …

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Labor MP says Corbyn defectors face by-election

[ad_1] A Labor MP has responded to rumors that Jeremy Corbyn may be on the verge of starting his own political party – saying MPs joining him would face a by-election. According to reports in The telegraph, the former Labor leader is considering going on his own after privately agreeing …

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Supporters of the Albanian opposition clash for party leadership | World news

[ad_1] By LLAZAR SEMINI, Associated Press TIRANA, Albania (AP) – Albanian police intervened on Saturday to drive away protesters who broke into the headquarters of the country’s main opposition party during an internal row over the party’s leadership. Police used a water cannon truck and tear gas, and dozens of …

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Live news: Argentina’s central bank raises key rate to 40%

[ad_1] What to watch in Asia today William Langley in Hong Kong Hong Kong: A number of public activities will be banned in the territory from today, for at least the next two weeks as Hong Kong prepares for the spread of the Omicron variant. Data: Japan releases monthly consumer …

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Civic Responsibility Starts With Telling the Truth – The Whole Truth – About Political Violence | News, Sports, Jobs – SANIBEL-CAPTIVA

[ad_1] For the publisher: Recently, the Island Reporter posted a guest comment (“Citizen responsibility in the face of the rise of political violence“) deploring political violence, which the author associates with too many weapons and inflammatory language coming from one end of the political spectrum. To support this conclusion, the …

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As 2022 begins, don’t be fooled that an epistemic shift is underway

[ad_1] This article first appeared on The India Cable – a premium newsletter from The Wire & Galileo Ideas – and has been republished here. To subscribe to The India Cable, click here. This rather charged moment in contemporary Indian history elicits two differentiated observations on the part of informed …

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Memphis vs Wichita State Prediction, Pick, Odds, Broadcast, Live Stream, Watch Online, TV Channel

[ad_1] The AAC game is only just beginning, but the stakes are already high for Memphis (6-5, 0-1 AAC)) and Wichita State (9-3) as the two prepare to face off at noon ET on Saturday on CBS. The two were among three AAC teams that won NCAA tournament nominations last …

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The 6 weirdest conspiracy theories invented this year

[ad_1] In 2021, lawmakers, QAnon devotees, online terminals and many more have concocted or helped disseminate many conspiracy theories. Ranging from the weird to the unproven, there are plenty of people who have invented conspiracy theories to explain some of the major events that have happened this year. So to …

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Mark Drakeford is “fully paid leftist busy,” says William Hague

[ad_1] The Premier of Wales is a “busy paid man” according to former Tory leader William Hague. Lord Hague entered Parliament as a Member of Parliament for Richmond in North Yorkshire in 1989 and was Welsh Secretary from 1995 to 1997, during John Major’s tenure as Prime Minister. He was …

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A year ago, Fox News was considering a breakup with Trump. 2021 changed those plans.

[ad_1] News headlines on Donald Trump’s impeachment trial are displayed outside Fox headquarters on February 9, 2021, in New York City. (Spencer Platt / Getty Images / TNS) In the weeks leading up to the 2020 election, as Fox News executives and luminaries accepted its possible outcome, some began to …

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Ups and downs in loan life for Norwich City exports

[ad_1] Norwich City Loan Manager Andrew Hughes currently has 16 players to watch and coach, having succeeded Neil Adams in that role earlier this season. Promotion hopes, relegation worries, injury frustration and Covid-19 worries are all on the table as lenders try to improve their career prospects after being cleared …

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Ireland still shows concern for the oppressed

[ad_1] As our second Covid Christmas approaches, it’s important to remember that while it is tough in Ireland, it has become almost unbearable in many parts of the world. And it’s not just because of the pandemic. Combination of Covid, climate change, conflict and rising food costs is drivingmillions of …

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Brazil: police search the home of the likely presidential candidate

[ad_1] RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) – Brazilian Federal Police on Wednesday raided the home of Ciro Gomes, a leftist politician who is due to run for president next year, as part of a corruption probe into work on a World Cup stadium in the northeast of Fortaleza. . On his …

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Pac-12 comeback: Oregon hires Dan Lanning, Justin Wilcox decision, USC decision and more

[ad_1] Recap of a busy weekend on and off the pitch and the court … Story of the week I: Oregon hires Dan Lanning The Ducks found a replacement for Mario Cristobal in just five days, hiring Georgia defensive coordinator Dan Lanning. The 35-year-old was one of the most prominent …

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Opposition view: the inside line on Doncaster Rovers Shrewsbury Town’s next opponents

[ad_1] Shrewsbury’s Daniel Udoh has been nominated for November League One Player of the Month But the Shrews appear to be on the rise, having lost just one of their last five Ligue 1 games, ahead of Wednesday night’s visit to Wigan Athletic. We spoke to Shropshire Star writer Shrewsbury …

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Guatemalan President says he has had no direct contact with the White House since Border Tsar Harris’ June meeting

[ad_1] EXCLUSIVE: Guatemalan President Alejandro Giammattei told Fox News‘s John Roberts in an exclusive interview Wednesday that he had not spoken with the White House since Vice President Kamala Harris, the border tsar of the Biden administration, the had met in Guatemala City over the summer. Giammattei said there was …

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The 3rd Austrian leader in 2 months takes office in search of stability

[ad_1] VIENNA – Austria’s third conservative chancellor in two months, Karl Nehammer, took office on Monday with the aim of pulling the coalition government out of months of scandal-infested unrest and guiding the country out of its current coronavirus lockdown. Nehammer, 49, was sworn in to President Alexander Van der …

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Seattle Kraken players watch from the seats of the Climate Pledge Arena, in attendance for the Battle of Seattle | Gonzaga University

[ad_1] Sporting a red beanie and giving off more energy than his entire row put together, Branon Tanev – or Turbo as he’s so aptly nicknamed – was present for the “battle in Seattle” between No.3 Gonzaga and No.16 of the ‘Alabama at the Climate Pledge Arena. Tanev, the Seattle …

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Right-wing activists openly “arm” Twitter’s new private media policy

[ad_1] By Brian Fung, CNN Business Twitter acknowledged on Friday that a new policy it unveiled this week to protect users from harassment is being abused by malicious actors – days after journalists, left-wing activists and self-proclaimed “sedition hunters” took off. reported that their accounts had been locked for public …

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Labor reshuffle is ‘movement towards voters’, says Wes Streeting | Workforce

[ad_1] New Shadow Health Secretary Wes Streeting said he would bring a “reformist mindset” to the post, and called Keir Starmer’s reshuffle “a move towards voters,” amid fears among the deputies of the left that it marks a turn to the right. Disgruntled backbench MPs have complained that Starmer’s leadership …

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Concerns about religious freedom in the United States

[ad_1] Currently, no Catholic doctor can be compelled to perform gender transition surgery, and Catholic hospitals can refuse requests for a gender reassignment from a transgender person. They are also not obliged to perform abortions or hire abortion doctors. The Biden administration wants to change all of that. The attack …

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Heika’s Take: with each victory, the confidence of the Stars grows

[ad_1] DALLAS – Particularly insightful were the two bookends of the Stars’ 3-1 victory over the Colorado Avalanche on Friday night. On the one hand you had a 37 year old striker Joe pavelski scoring his 399th and 400th regular season goals of his NHL career in 19 seconds in …

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Ian Curteis obituary | BBC

[ad_1] Ian Curteis, who died at the age of 86, was a television playwright of some distinction who launched the charge of left bias against the BBC long before it was fashionable to do so. when his documentary drama The Falklands Play, which the company commissioned in 1983, was postponed, …

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Opinion: Something more may be going on with Harris and Buttigieg’s gossip

[ad_1] Buttigieg is clearly very ambitious, led an impressive presidential campaign in 2020 and has only bolstered his political skills since then. Harris, as vice president, is one of the top contenders to be the face of the post-Joe Biden Democratic Party. Each can see the other as standing in …

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Why the Plaid-Labor deal makes sense to both sides as Welsh devolution hovers around the wagons

[ad_1] // = do_shortcode (‘[in-content-square]’)?> Mark Drakeford. Photo of the CPMR – Conference of Peripheral Maritime Regions (CC BY-SA 2.0) Photo of Adam Price by Plaid Cymru. Ifan morgan jones “Vote for Work, get Plaid. Vote Plaid, get work, ”said a conservative member of Senedd in reaction to the confirmation …

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Milestones and incidents of Macy’s Thanksgiving parade

[ad_1] A hippo hovered over the ocean. A cartoon character caught fire after drifting through a high-voltage wire. And a 60-foot cat crashed a plane and its two passengers. These are just a few of the fates encountered by the giant balloons that have slipped through Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade …

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Hungarian opposition leader vows to restore Western alliances | World news

[ad_1] By JUSTIN SPIKE, Associated Press HODMEZOVASARHELY, Hungary (AP) – Hungary’s opposition leader wants to restore his country’s frayed ties to the West – and also has a message for American fans of right-wing Prime Minister Viktor Orban. “Let me say very firmly to all Americans that being part of …

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Supreme Court orders postponement of return of boy survivor of cable car accident in Italy

[ad_1] Head of UN atomic watchdog to visit Tehran next week TEHRAN, Iran – The head of the UN nuclear watchdog will visit Tehran on Monday to discuss Iran’s nuclear program, the spokesperson for the Iranian atomic agency said, as several key dates approach . The head of the International …

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England confirm 2022 World Cup place with demolition of San Marino in 10 goals | 2022 World Cup qualifiers

[ad_1] It was a night when it was prudent to consult the record books early. What was England’s biggest victory? Because it was in real danger of being overhauled as Gareth Southgate’s side cut San Marino to shreds. Ultimately, the 13-0 victory over Ireland of 1882 would survive, but it …

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A crazy year ahead in New York politics

[ad_1] In Sunday’s City Watch episode on WBAI, award-winning columnist Ross Barkan and progressive political strategist Trip Yang detail the general election results and talk about what lies ahead next year. Rob Bennett / Mayor’s Office The next mayor faces both challenges and opportunities. New York Republicans turned back time …

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Letitia James is running for governor of New York

[ad_1] Letitia James, the New York attorney general who oversaw the investigation into the sexual harassment allegations against former Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo that ultimately led to his resignation, declared her gubernatorial candidacy on Friday, highlighting place a historic and far-reaching match. in the Democratic primary. She begins the campaign …

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CHEBILI: Thomas Jefferson doesn’t need your defense

[ad_1] The Young America’s Foundation is a conservative national political organization with a chapter of Young Americans for Freedom at the university. According to their chapter Instagram page, they are “Pro-Freedom, Pro-Constitution and Pro-America.” Yet it seems the only America they want to promote is the one that upholds the …

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Donald Trump: – Angry after Ivanka’s reign

[ad_1] In 2018, former Arizona presidential candidate and Senator John McCain (81) passed away. As a result of an aggressive brain tumor. Although he is a Republican, he was one of Donald Trump’s sons Critics are very angry. The senator’s daughter, Megan McCain, also has an icy relationship with the …

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The Rolling Stones cancel their song “Brown Sugar”

[ad_1] Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones in concert in Marseille, June 26, 2018. (Jean-Paul Pélissier / Reuters) After hearing the record a thousand times, I didn’t know the Rolling Stones classic “Brown Sugar” is about slavery because I don’t understand what Mick Jagger is saying in the entire first …

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Representative Dan Crenshaw launches children’s book warning against canceling cultivation

[ad_1] EXCLUSIVE: Representative Dan Crenshaw, R-Texas, explained how his recent children’s book is a fable intended to warn of the dangers of culture cancellation. “You’ve reached all audiences,” Crenshaw told Fox News in an interview. “Parents are increasingly frustrated with their school’s program. They can go and get books for …

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Norwegian Labor and Center agree to form minority government | World news

[ad_1] OSLO (Reuters) – Norway’s left-wing Labor Party and the Rural Center Party said on Friday they had agreed to form a minority government, the culmination of nearly four weeks of negotiations after last month’s election victory. The deal paves the way for Labor leader Jonas Gahr Stoere https://www.reuters.com/world/europe/winner-norways-election-is-wealthy-champion-common-people-2021-09-13 to …

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Jon Stewart’s back. Here’s why we should care.

[ad_1] When Stewart took over from ousted bro-caster Craig Kilborn as host of the “Daily Show” in 1999, it was a much needed injection of Gen-X caustic spirit. The host winked with his audience to the post-Cold War absurdity, the Clinton-era imperium, his bow-tied Thunderdome, Gore, and the testimony of …

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Is Letitia James running for governor of New York?

[ad_1] “A number of people approached me for a higher position,” she said, although she repeatedly insisted that she was focusing on her current job. But when asked to characterize these conversations, Ms. James did not hesitate. “That I should consider it because of my leadership, my ability to speak …

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Europe’s center-left makes a comeback

[ad_1] At some point in the last decade you will have read that Social Democracy is near death, living its final days in a few corners of Europe as a world it has struggled with to keep pace evolves. At some point this week, however, after the success of the …

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Red Covid – The New York Times

[ad_1] “With very little resistance from party leaders,” my colleague Lisa Lerer wrote this summer, many Republicans “have raised the lies and doubts about vaccinations on the fringes of American life at the center of our political conversation. “. “Own the left” With the death toll rising, at least a …

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Illini Soccer Drop Matches in Purdue, Indiana

[ad_1] After losing a tough conference opener in Michigan, Illini football was looking to break out of the schneid against both schools in Indiana. The conference home opener against the Boilermakers on Thursday night was the first. The first half was fairly balanced. Each team produced a few half-chances which …

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Josh Earl on ‘Proud’ 50th PNE Game – News

[ad_1] Josh Earl is hoping to see his team run continue after making a ‘proud’ 50th appearance for Preston North End in the draw against Birmingham City. Earl once again played the left-winger role for Frankie McAvoy’s side at St Andrew’s, starting for the seventh straight league game. The 22-year-old …

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Is civil discourse a thing of the past? | Blogs

[ad_1] I have read a lot recently about the lack of civil discourse in the country today. Much of the attention has been focused on attacks or “cancellations” of people who have some level of public exposure. For example, Jon Stewart was hammered for suggesting that the COVID virus originated …

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Norway, oil and climate

[ad_1] The BDN Opinion section operates independently and does not set newsroom policies or contribute to reporting or editing articles elsewhere in the newspaper or on bangordailynews.com. Gwynne Dyer is a London-based freelance journalist whose comments are published in 45 countries. You can see why Saudi Arabia wants to keep …

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Leigh Sales, Twitter and the Power of Mainstream Media

[ad_1] Leigh Sales’ attack on Twitter and its users is indicative of the mainstream media’s dissatisfaction with being challenged, writes Dr Victoria Fielding. ABC 7.30 Host Leigh Sales – a national prime-time news anchor with a Twitter platform of 436,000 people – this week called those who criticize her “sexist” …

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Netanyahu suggests on Facebook that Biden fell asleep upon meeting new Israeli prime minister | World news

[ad_1] (Remove the typographical error in the first paragraph) JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu suggested in a video posted to Facebook on Sunday that US President Joe Biden fell asleep when he met new Israeli leader Naftali Bennett last month. A Reuters fact check https://www.reuters.com/article/factcheck-biden-asleep-idUSL1N2Q00H8 previously …

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Poll shows dramatic partisan differences in how Americans perceive the January 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol

[ad_1] Americans have radically different views on who was responsible for the Jan.6 riot on the U.S. Capitol based on their political alignment, a poll released Friday showed. Democrats overwhelmingly blame former President Trump, conservative media platforms and white supremacists for taking the Capitol. Republicans, not so much, according to …

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Defining a New Direction for the UW System | Editorials

[ad_1] Thompson’s call for cooperation and collaboration must be heard. As Wisconsin’s longest-serving governor from 1987 to 2001, Tommy Thompson was a strong advocate for the University of Wisconsin system and believed in its ability to serve not only as a world-class educational institution, but also engine of economic growth. …

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GOP Senators Push Back Democrats’ ‘Far Left’ Budget With Amendments Supporting Police, Anti-Critical Racial Theory

[ad_1] GOP Senators Push Back Democrats’ “Far left budget” with amendments aimed at combating critical race theory in schools and supporting the police. Several Republican senators are introducing amendments in an “vote-a-rama” that began Tuesday, targeting progressive priorities included in the Senate budget resolution for fiscal year 2022, which costs …

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