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Biden admin urged to vet companies that participate in Israel boycotts

The Biden administration is under pressure from Congress to more actively police companies that participate in boycotts of Israel, according to a letter sent Wednesday to the Commerce Department and obtained by the Free Washington Beacon. The senses. Ted Cruz (R., Texas) and Marsha Blackburn (R., Tenn.) say the administration …

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Why Italy’s ‘Red Belt’ Has Unbuckled – POLITICO

Jamie Dettmer is Opinion Writer at POLITICO Europe. When asked who he would vote for on the eve of Italy’s snap general election, Renzo Ramacciani, a retired bricklayer in his 60s, clapped his hand on the kitchen table and said: ‘Meloni’ . Like many of his friends, he has so …

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Italian right, led by Meloni, wins election, exit polls show

Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register The right-wing bloc is preparing to obtain a majority in both chambers at the exit of the polls Meloni would be the country’s first female prime minister An early vote follows the fall of the Draghi government Record low turnout casts …

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Views of Russia and Putin’s Decline Among Right-Wing European Populists

Party supporters attend a campaign launch rally for far-right Italian Brothers of Italy party leader Giorgia Meloni in central Italy August 23, 2022. Meloni criticized the Russian military invasion from Ukraine. (Vincenzo Pinto/AFP via Getty Images) Europeans who support right-wing populist parties have consistently been more likely than other Europeans …

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Nonfiction Views: this week’s new non-fiction

Sorry, everyone, but I couldn’t get a full review this week. Coming back and forth to the Queen’s funeral took me too long. I read Neal deGrasse Tyson’s new book Star messenger and that was my intended feature. Maybe next week. Anyway, here are some of the new non-fiction books …

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Reviews | What does “awake” mean? Use this political dictionary.

September 19, 2022 at 9:07 a.m. EDT (Washington Post staff illustration/iStock images) Since it’s election season, you’re probably reading a ton of stories about Politician X appealing to electoral bloc Y with Z-ish rhetoric. Journalists, political strategists, and even politicians themselves provide much of this information in some sort of …

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Blake Masters, Don Bolduc and the militant right

Cameron Joseph and the VICE News team have a story this week documenting the many times U.S. Senate candidate from Arizona, Blake Masters, has argued for the need to install ideologically friendly generals at the top of the U.S. military. VICE report follows Joe Biden’s condemnation of the most extremist …

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The success of the ‘Sweden First’ party energizes the global right

STOCKHOLM (AP) — The Swedish Democrats party was founded by neo-Nazis and skinheads in the 1980s. Today, the rebranded and reformed nationalist party is on the brink of unprecedented influence. After a weekend election held amid fears of rising crime, the anti-immigration party is now the second most popular party …

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Election in Sweden: what are the issues? | European | News and current affairs from across the continent | DW

Sweden heads to the polls on September 11 in an election that could see a once shunned far-right populist party make significant inroads and, with the help of right-wing opposition parties, even unseat the socialists from power. left-wing Democrats in power. “I’m quite worried about the rise of far-right parties …

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Connecting the dots between the rise of the Nazi Party and the rise of MAGA.

Charlottesville Unite the Right rally, 2017. The commentator lowkell had a great piece for the “Blue Virginia” site. Entitled “Looking at “how similar the Rise of Hitler and the Rise of MAGA smell”. “Conclusion: They do. This thread lists 10 ways.”, bluevirginia.us/…I know this topic has been covered before on …

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Why Gorbachev’s Death Seems to Be Part of an Alternate History

Comment this story Comment Alternative history is enjoying a modest revival. The TV show “The Man in the High Castle” depicted a reality in which the United States lost World War II. “For All Humanity” assumes that the Soviets beat the Americans to land on the moon. Even the culturally …

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The Guardian’s view on broken markets: It’s time to take back control | Editorial

Othen a survey find that nearly half of Conservative voters favor public ownership of the energy industry, and a former adviser to Conservative governments describe with the energy and water privatization model broken, it seems fair to assume that a laissez-faire economic orthodoxy that has lasted more than 30 years …

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Letters to the Editor: Saturday, August 27, 2022 | Opinion

Ready to take over Penticton Dear Editor: It is unbelievable that John Vassilaki is running for mayor of Penticton again. We’ve all had a four-year taste of your vision for our city. You and the other council members sold our town to the highest bidder. Under your leadership, this council …

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Canada’s convoy movement waved the Dutch flag. Then conspiracy theories swirled about fertilizers and insects

Over the summer, supporters of the Freedom Convoy movement continued to stage anti-warrant protests across the country, attracting a few dozen to several hundred people in places like Sudbury, Ont., Acheson, Alta., and Regina. Like the protests in Ottawa last winter, these small protests featured large trucks, vans and honking …

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Reviews | Will Bolsonaro stage a coup? Bernie Sanders warns of the worst.

Comment this story Comment Earlier this summer, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) met with civil society leaders in Brazil who warned that President Jair Bolsonaro may not accept defeat in elections scheduled for October. This was widely discussed in the international media, and Sanders came out of the meeting convinced that …

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Bill Maher points the finger at us in Friday’s “Real Time” on HBO – Deadline

Walt Kelly’s cartoon character Pogo is best known for his phrase, “We have met the enemy, and he is us.” This feeling was the underlying theme of Bill Maher Real time Friday, as the comedian and his guests explored the various ways America remains divided, often with our own hands. …

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New Polish textbook provokes anger with passage on fertility

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — A new high school textbook produced under the auspices of Poland’s conservative government has drawn criticism for what some government critics see as an attempt to indoctrinate young people. Criticism of the contemporary history book, titled ‘History and the Present’, has focused in recent days on …

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Japan’s ruling party official visits Yasukuni War Dead Shrine on World War II anniversary

TOKYO (Reuters) – A senior member of Japan’s ruling party visited Tokyo’s controversial Yasukuni shrine for the war dead on Monday, on the 77th anniversary of Japan’s surrender in World War II , a decision likely to anger South Korea and China. The site, honoring 14 Japanese wartime leaders convicted …

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The Guardian’s take on the US in Africa: A better tone, but what next? | Editorial

Tthere was only the way up. When Donald Trump was not denigrating “shitty countries”, his administration had little interest in Africa. During Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s second visit to the continent, which ended in Rwanda on Thursday, he sought to continue to rebuild US relations, moving past not only …

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How the Claremont Institute became a nerve center of the American right

Some of the sharpest critiques of Claremont’s recent prominence have come from scholars with similar backgrounds. “I think there’s a story here about the insularity of the conservative world,” says Laura Field, a political philosopher and scholar-in-residence at American University, who has published several scathing reviews of Claremont over the …

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Meloni’s party won’t jeopardize Italian recovery plan funds

MILAN (Reuters) – The far-right Brothers of Italy party, leading in polls ahead of next month’s election, will not jeopardize Italy’s access to an EU-funded investment program European Union, said one of the party’s founders on Friday. The resignation of Prime Minister Mario Draghi last month paved the way for …

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2022 Michigan Primary Election Results: Several Encouraging Signs for the LGBTQ+ Community

With the primaries now in the rearview mirror and November’s general election firmly in the spotlight, here are some key takeaways for the LGBTQ+ community from Tuesday’s results. 1. Democrats taking control of the Michigan House will have to turn the once red seats into blue ones. Perhaps the best …

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Italy’s right-wing favorites see room to revamp national recovery plan

By Angelo Amante and Giuseppe Fonte ROME (Reuters) – Italy’s Brothers party, in pole position for next month’s election, sees the possibility of revamping parts of a European Union-funded investment program to help the economy make in the face of the energy crisis and soaring costs, a party official said …

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Liam Dann: Making sense of Reserve Bank stacking

How valid is the intense criticism directed at Reserve Bank Governor Adrian Orr? Photo/Mark Mitchell OPINION: I wonder who has the worst job right now, All Blacks coach Ian Foster or Reserve Bank Governor Adrian Orr? Both have faced intense public criticism in recent weeks. A part of it’s been …

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Spurs remain committed to Adama Traore

3 minute of reading 28/7/2022 | 6:10 p.m. Tottenham Hotspur remain interested in long-term transfer target Adama Traore… What is the word? That’s according to transfer insider Dean Jones, who revealed to GIVEMESPORT this week that some members of the north London outfit are considering the Wolverhampton Wanderers star as …

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The cost of gasoline is the least of our worries

Stephen Hawking, the late and legendary physicist, predicted a few years ago that humanity only had 100 years to find a new planet to colonize – or face extinction. Maybe he was optimistic. The world is already on fire. The destruction wrought by human-caused climate change is evident all over …

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After recent turmoil, race for Texas governor tightens

SUGAR LAND, Texas – One of the deadliest school shootings in US history. The revival of a 1920s abortion ban. The country’s worst episode of migrant deaths in recent memory. And a power grid, which failed in freezing cold, now in searing heat. The relentless succession of death and hardship …

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Will a new Italian government be lenient towards Russia?

Welcome to today’s Morning Brief, where we look at what a new Italian government would mean for Europe’s Ukraine policy, a breakthrough for Ukraine’s grain, and Sri Lanka’s new prime minister. If you would like to receive Morning Brief in your inbox every weekday, please sign up here. The new …

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Bannon’s trial set to begin for breaching Jan. 6 subpoenas

Proceedings began Monday with jury selection at the federal courthouse in Washington, DC. Twenty-two potential jurors have been found, and the 12 who make up the jury and two alternates will be selected on Tuesday morning. Opening arguments will begin shortly thereafter. The polarizing longtime Trump ally has consistently topped …

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Draghi has entrenched his influence even if the coalition falls

Comment this story Comment A warmer than usual Roman summer produced a political conflagration. Mario Draghi is fed up with the disunity in his “national unity” government and has offered to resign. It was not accepted, but Draghi’s impulse is correct. It’s time for Italy to go to the elections …

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Forget the “Natural Party of Government”: These Conservatives are Headless Chickens | Martin kettle

Jhe first round of the Tory leadership race didn’t settle anything, but that’s not how Jeremy Hunt or Nadhim Zahawi, both now eliminated, will see it. But it showed a party with no map, no compass and in an unknown location. Above all, it showed that one party lacked a …

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Belief in “safe places” is shattered bullet by bullet

Looking at the bucolic and posh town of Highland Park, ILeveryone can think of a similar community near their home. Rich, orderly and largely homogeneous, Highland Park is the type of place Norman Rockwell always seemed to have in mind. The kind of people in the community are not quick …

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US election lawsuit threatens right-wing media

A lawsuit in the United States, brought by the maker of vote-counting machines that allegedly later rigged the 2020 election in favor of Joe Biden, is expected to have a dramatic impact on some right-wing American media. Dominion Voting Systems, which has supplied voting machines to 28 states during elections, …

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ASEAN has a better future by being neutral – Opinion

File photo shows the White House and a stop sign in Washington DC, USA. [Photo/Xinhua] Two recent conferences have highlighted US antagonism toward Russia and China. The first was the 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations Leaders’ Meeting with the United States, which US President Joe Biden hosted in Washington …

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Owaisi public meeting in Indore canceled due to opposition from right-wing group

Indore: A public meeting by AIMIM leader Asaduddin Owaisi, which was due to be held in a sensitive area of ​​Indore on Sunday ahead of Madhya Pradesh’s municipal elections, has been called off, police said. This is the second Owaisi rally in Indore to be canceled in the past three …

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The United States Supreme Court authorizes the return of prayer in public schools. It’s disturbing | Moira Donegan

OOn Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court overturned decades of precedent governing the separation of church and state and achieved one of the Christian right’s longest-standing goals: the return of official Christian prayer. in public schools. Kennedy v Bremerton School District had a strange path to the Supreme Court. Originally filed …

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Darwin Nunez will not replace Sadio Mané but Diogo Jota will

Diogo Jota is the one who will truly replace Sadio Mané at Liverpool – not Darwin Nunez or Luis Diaz. The attacker has the specific skill. Sadio Mane left Liverpool this week in what is the club’s biggest departure for a long time. Yes, Philippe Coutinho’s exit was a big …

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Commentary: There’s no doubt — Donald Trump did it | Columnists

There are right-wing Republicans who still think Donald Trump sits at the right hand of God. Some apparently believe he IS God. They hold this man in reverence even after nationally televised congressional hearings provided evidence that Trump, then President of the United States, was perfectly willing to allow a …

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Curtis’ stance on abortion challenged in campaign worker’s Project Veritas video

Rep. John Curtis, R-Utah, speaks to reporters during a summit at the Malouf Foundation in Logan on April 17, 2021. Curtis’ position on the state’s “trigger law” on abortion has came into question on Tuesday as a far-right investigative journalism agency captured an alleged member of the Republican congressman’s campaign …

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How Louis Theroux Became a “Jiggle Jiggle” Sensation at 52

Four or five times a week these days, an old friend will contact Louis Theroux and say, “My daughter keeps running around the house singing your rap” or “My wife was practicing for your rap. in his Pilates class. Passing in front of an elementary school, Mr. Théroux has the …

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Right-wing extremists step up anti-LGBTQ rhetoric online | Minnesota News

By REBECCA BOONE, Associated Press BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Weeks before 31 members of a white supremacist group were arrested for allegedly planning a riot at an LGBTQ pride event in northern Idaho, a fundamentalist pastor from the Idaho told its Boise congregation that gay, lesbian and transgender people should …

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Opinion: The surprising reason for Joe Biden’s low approval rating

Editor’s note: David Mascitra is the author of “I Am Somebody: Why Jesse Jackson Matters” and “Mellencamp: American Troubadour.” He has written for numerous publications on politics, music and literature, including Salon, No Depression, the Progressive, CounterPunch and the Los Angeles Review of Books. The opinions expressed in this commentary …

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Biden is considering executive orders if the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. wade

President Joe Biden plans to release Executive orders to mitigate the effect of an upcoming Supreme Court decision that could overturn Roe v. Wade. Biden’s comments came during a taping of “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” June 8. Kimmel, a comedian and left-wing activist who is a staunch Obamacare supporter, gave the …

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Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene hires Milo Yiannopoulos as an unpaid intern

Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene has hired British right-wing provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos as an intern for her Capitol Hill office. Mr. Yiannopoulos posted a photo of his congressional name badge on Telegram on Monday, saying he was working for a friend without pay. “I was finally persuaded to leave my retirement,” …

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Security tightened in Srirangapatna in Karnataka following VHP’s call for puja at mosque – Reuters

By PTI MANDYA: Security has been tightened in Srirangapatna, the former capital of 18th century ruler Tipu Sultan in the district, following Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP)’s call to perform puja at Jamia Mosque, saying it was built after razing a Hanuman temple. Prohibition orders were imposed in the temple city …

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From Puritans to Trump, Harvey Wasserman analyzes the far-right spiral in his new book

At a time when school textbooks are being probed by conservatives concerned with issues ranging from gender to race, Harvey Wasserman highlights the role Indigenous peoples and women have played in shaping this country in his new book The Popular Spiral of US History. “The biggest misconception in American history …

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Reviews | How the AR-15 conquered America, as revealed by an industry insider

Placeholder while loading article actions As the country continues to absorb the horror of the murder of 19 children in Texas, public attention has refocused on the role AR-15-type weapons played in such massacres. In addition to the killer of Uvaldethe young man who slaughtered 10 people in Buffalo used …

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Colombia Election Live Updates: Voters Head to the Polls

Voters lined up at a polling station in Medellin, Colombia, in the first round of Sunday’s presidential election.Credit…Chelo Camacho/Reuters Colombians are calling it the most important election in decades. On Sunday, the third largest country in Latin America goes to the polls to choose a new president. At stake is …

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Newcomer Jim Schultz is the GOP’s pick to challenge Keith Ellison

Jim Schultz’s high school classmates in Annandale were convinced that the beloved distance runner and devout Catholic would one day become a priest. After two years in the seminary, he was well on this path. But a detour to Harvard Law School and a career pivot in the legal industry …

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The Guardian’s take on the Partygate investigation: Blame the system | Editorial

Jo dismiss the Metropolitan Police investigation into the Downing Street lockdown rallies as a waste of time, as right-wing newspapers have done Friday, is grotesque. No police investigation that resulted in 126 fines on 83 people from one workplace for Covid violations in a country where more more than 178,000 …

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How ‘Just a Dude’ in shorts became a Senate favorite

Public polls in Pennsylvania have been sparse and there is theoretically still time for the Democratic race to be turned upside down. But so far there has been little evidence that issues over his background or personality have dampened enthusiasm for Mr. Fetterman among many Democratic primary voters. Understanding the …

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Reviews | Can we still be optimistic about America?

It’s a season – an era, really – of American pessimism. Pessimism comes in many flavors. There is a progressive pessimism: the country is leaning towards MAGA hat-trick fascism or a new version of “The Handmaid’s Tale”. There is a conservative pessimism: institutions from elementary schools to the Pentagon are …

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Leeds United’s change of position for Dan James was needed against Chelsea

Leeds United have a huge dilemma to resolve ahead of their Premier League showdown with Chelsea on Wednesday [11 May]. The Whites will be without Luke Ayling for the rest of the season after picking up a red card against Arsenal. There could be no complaints either after the right-back …

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Abortion rights protesters target homes of Supreme Court justices

Abortion rights protesters plan to demonstrate outside the homes of Supreme Court justices in an unprecedented bid to get them to overturn a draft opinion striking down Roe v. Wade. The protests could be similar to those that took place outside the home of Boston Mayor Michelle Wu, who led …

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Elon Musk sat front row at the Dave Chappelle show to support the comedian many wanted canceled

Advocate of freedom of expression in the first row! New Twitter boss Elon Musk is pictured alongside Diddy at the Dave Chappelle show – in a show of support for the comedian who was nearly canceled for his trans jokes Elon Musk was front row at Dave Chappelle’s Hollywood Bowl …

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Pep Guardiola set for new Manchester City deal as Erling Haaland’s arrival looms

Guardiola set for new City deal The Mirror reports that Pep Guardiola will extend his contract at Manchester City, even if he wins the Champions League this season. This is because he believes the team can improve with Erling Haaland, who is set to join, and money will be raised …

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Traditional ruling parties fight for survival in French elections

The aftermath of Emmanuel Macron’s re-election has turned into a struggle for the survival of the once-powerful political movements that gave France most of its post-war presidents. The centre-left Socialist Party and the conservative Les Républicains (LR) party were crushed in this month’s presidential election. Now they risk being torn …

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The Richmond Observer – OPINION: ELON MUSK: Free speech warrior and epic Twitter troll

A few weeks ago, the billionaire announced that he had become an active shareholder in the infamous social media platform Twitter, buying around 10% of its shares. It wasn’t long before the news caused a stir on social media, with worried Twitter employees expressing fears about what Musk’s new role …

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Ontario Progressive Conservatives campaign for a post-COVID world

Ontario Progressive Conservatives are campaigning as if COVID-19 is over – but experts say the pandemic will most likely color the election campaign in one way or another, and may even give a boost to the outgoing party with voters regarding broken promises. Although the official campaign has yet to …

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Waco Home Listings for People Who Need Lots of Living Space | Local News

If you’re looking for something truly spectacular, you’ve found it. Welcome to 35 Timber Ridge Trail: a retreat comprised of a sensational main house, a beautiful guest house, and 3.2 acres of tranquility. The care, innovation and craftsmanship of this house are evident in every space. The main residence offers …

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Poutine may lose, but poutine will survive

The greatest challenge to the world order is not the figure of Vladimir Poutine. It is rather a syndrome, a set of political tendencies that freeze across the world and that could be described as Putinism. At first glance, countries like India, France, Hungary, Israel, China, Turkey or even the …

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Campaign to Ban Karnataka Waqf Board: No government role, all are equal, says CM Bommai

Amid reports of the BJP high command’s directive to keep governance above ‘halal’ and ‘hijab’ issues, Karnataka CM Basavaraj Bommai said on Saturday that his government had nothing to do with the campaign calling for the banning of the Waqf Board. Pramod Muthalik, head of Sri Rama Sene, had demanded …

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Hindi should be accepted as an alternative to English, not local languages: Amit Shah

Under the second point, he stressed the need to impart basic knowledge of Hindi to students up to grade 9 and to pay more attention to teaching Hindi exams. Under the third point, the Home Secretary suggested republishing the Hindi dictionary with revisions, according to the statement. On this occasion, …

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Conservative school board push yields mixed results in Tuesday’s election

Republicans and conservative activists have been pushing hard to take control of Wisconsin school boards this year, culminating in Tuesday’s nominally nonpartisan statewide elections. In 53 school board races in Wisconsin, candidates have taken a stand on burning conservative issues, including race in education, coronavirus responses or sex and gender …

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Lise Ravary: Duhaime’s challenge is now to make his party mainstream

Breadcrumb Links Opinion Columnists Whether or not one agrees with the party’s positions, Quebec democracy is best served with conservatism as a viable political option. Author of the article: Lise Ravaire • Montreal Gazette Special The leader of the Conservative Party of Quebec, Éric Duhaime, answers questions during a press …

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Why We Must Challenge Russia’s Human Shield Narrative | Russia–Ukraine War

Since the beginning of the Russian invasion at the end of February 2022, universities, schools, theaters, hospitals and many other civilian sites in Ukraine have been destroyed by Russian shelling and more than four million people have so far fled the country. Faced with the devastating consequences of its actions, …

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How Democrats Once Again Got Trapped In The Right-Wing’s Culture War Trap

April 1, 2022 April 1, 2022 Democrats were always going to struggle in the 2022 midterm elections, given historical trends and the already extremely narrow party majorities in Congress. Add to that rampant inflation and brutal warfare in Europe and things start to look particularly bleak. But that doesn’t mean …

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Reviews | Madison Cawthorn’s ‘orgies’ show how right-wing politics can boomerang

What is important is the particular history offered by Cawthorn. It shows how far-right thought systems can boomerang those who try to benefit from the political energies they unleash – while staying away from their sources to avoid getting too tainted. hawthorn told a podcast host that “sexual perversion” in …

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Worried about democracy? Pay attention to the states

Washington is obsessed with how many Republicans will vote for the eminently qualified Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown JacksonKetanji Brown JacksonSunday shows insight: US and allies increase pressure on Russia; Jackson undergoes confirmation hearings The Ginni Thomas Scripts: Does a Spouse’s Opinion Disqualify a Supreme Court Justice? Tears of Justice …

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Biden to visit Poland, a complex ally on Ukraine’s doorstep | world news

By VANESSA GERA, Associated Press WARSAW, Poland (AP) — President Joe Biden’s visit to Poland, his final stop in Europe this week, provides an opportunity to underline the United States’ commitment to protecting a key NATO member on the doorstep of the Ukraine, and to thank the Poles for their …

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Ashley Biden’s diary was shown at the Trump Fund-Raiser. A few weeks later, Project Veritas called her.

In July 2020, a single mother of two moved into a former boyfriend’s rented house in Delray Beach, Florida. The woman, Aimee Harris, a Trump supporter, told the former boyfriend she had little money, nowhere to live and was in a bitter custody dispute. Shortly after moving into the rental, …

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Joe Rogan rips Hunter Biden media suppression: hid ‘real information’ because they might not like the outcome

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Podcast giant Joe Rogan has taken aim at the media suppressing the Hunter Biden laptop story during the 2020 presidential election. Rogan discussed recent censorship efforts during Saturday’s installment of YouTube’s “The Joe Rogan Experience” while taking a podcast interview featuring former …

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Letters to the Editor – Storm Lake Times

Questions for the SCOTUS audience Hearings on Judge Jackson’s confirmation as a Supreme Court justice will begin soon. I have sent the following to all members of the Senate Judiciary Committee and hope they will be asked: You were appointed for justice, not for the judge. Most candidates were asked …

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How a Murdoch hopes to save American democracy

A separate grouplaunched by Novogratz, enlisted philanthropists to each pledge 1% of their net worth to ‘protect democracy’ and said he had already raised $87 million towards a goal of $250 million in pledges. 2024. Most of the proposed changes include some variation on ranked voting, a system that allows …

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Virginia Tech is here, and Memphis, Indiana, Texas A&M are all here – The Athletic

Say it with us, say it all together, say it loud and clear, and above all say it in your best vocal approximation of Martin Tyler: And it’s live! Yes, y’all, that’s the time. After writing too many words about too many basketball teams over the past six weeks, we’ve …

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Kalev Stoicescu: When will Ukraine and the West file their claims? | Opinion

Vladimir Putin’s regime continues to issue ultimatums. The hate speech of the Kremlin propaganda machine has become extraordinarily garish. The art of lying on the administrative level goes beyond the achievements of the Stalin era. The onslaught of weapons of mass procrastination (trolls, fake news and accusations, etc.) is in …

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MSNBC’s Chuck Todd: Voters who believe Putin wouldn’t have invaded Ukraine under Trump aren’t based on ‘logic’

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! MSNBC anchor Chuck Todd has suggested that voters are wrong to believe that Russian President Vladimir Putin would not have invaded Ukraine if President Trump was still in office. As Russia launches its attacks on Ukraine, many of President Biden’s critics have …

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Merson wowed by 22-year-old Chelsea player against Burnley

Paul Merson was blown away by Chelsea player Reece James’ first goal in a 4-0 win over Burnley this afternoon. After a calm first half, the Blues came alive in the second half to score four goals answered, picking up three Premier League points on Saturday. James, 22, was the …

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Stromae’s new album tackles mental health and misogyny while avoiding culture wars

The famous Belgian singer-songwriter Stromae has released his third album Multitudemaking a long-awaited return to the international music scene after an eight-year hiatus. Known for hits such as “Alors on danse”, “Papaoutai” and “Formidable”, Stromae (real name Paul Van Haver; stage name is a variant of “Maestro”) is one of …

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‘Faith Ringgold: American People’ finally pays its contribution to the artist

His most famous efforts in this regard are his narrative quilts – in effect, paintings on quilted fabric – which relay both real and fictional aspects of his life and memories, as well as allusions to black history. and women. The quilts cover a wide range of both political and …

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CPAC focuses on cultural grievances and Trump

ORLANDO, Fla. — Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has shocked and angered much of the world. President Biden has announced a new Supreme Court nomination that is unlikely to receive any significant Republican support. But at the Conservative Political Action Conference, the annual gathering of right-wing American politics, world-shaking news seemed …

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The GOP can be the party of Trumpism without Trump

There, across from me, in suburban Cincinnati, sat the voice of Trump Country. Gary Abernathy doesn’t officially hold the title, but he’s held the position since Donald Trump was elected president in 2016. The former West Virginia GOP official and aide to Rob Portman was an early caller for the …

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Why would the left opposition be better than the current government?

February 21, 2022 – The centre-left opposition parties’ demand in the Croatian parliament on Monday for an early election and the Bridge party’s initiative for the dissolution of parliament received a lukewarm response from right-wing parties. “Croatian sovereignists are of the opinion that there should be a radical reshuffle of …

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Arrested Coutts protesters say they were provoked by the RCMP

Breadcrumb Links Local News The RCMP described the threat against its officers as ‘real and organized’ Publication date : February 17, 2022 • 1 hour ago • 5 minute read • 6 comments Protesters listen to Premier Jason Kenney at the roadblock on Highway 4 out of Milk River toward …

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Reviews | There’s a reason Trump loves truckers

The former president is not alone. “I hope truckers come to America,” said Sen. Rand Paul, Republican of Kentucky, told the Daily Signal, a conservative site. “Civil disobedience is an age-old tradition in our country, from slavery to civil rights, etc. Peacefully protesting, cluttering things up, making people think about …

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Big Tech’s crack pipe cover-up

A throwaway campaign item in an otherwise innocuous spending package exposed one way the Biden administration and the Democratic Party view “racial equity.” the Free Washington Beacon revealed a week ago the Department of Health and Human Services would distribute free crack pipes to drug users to promote hygiene and …

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The display of white power on the Woodstock village green is quickly running out of steam

A dozen white supremacists staged a protest in the town square of Woodstock on Friday, Feb. 11, holding a “White Lives Matter New York” banner and waving signs with slogans such as “Anti-racist = Anti-white” and “Stop WhiteGuilt”. But their protests were short-lived. (Photo by Dion Ogust) The group wore …

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High energy prices are rocking European businesses and homes | Economic news

By AYSE WIETING and SUZAN FRASER, Associated Press ISTANBUL (AP) — Mehmet Bogday says his jaw dropped when he saw his electricity bill — it was more than the rent he pays for his Istanbul restaurant selling traditional Turkish wraps, and more than double of what he paid a month …

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Reviews | Why the vaccinated are so angry at the unvaccinated

After all these years, New York remains America’s first gateway to the world — a status that brings many good things, but also makes it a place where new variants of the coronavirus can spread quickly. The good news is that the city seems to have withstood the backing away …

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Has The View lost sight of its identity as a hotbed of fiery discussion? | American television

Stuck between Let’s Make A Deal and General Hospital in the United States daytime television ratings is The View, a venerable and sometimes controversial forum for gossip, banter and political debate. For some, it is an inspired cultural phenomenon; for others an embarrassing mess. Sometimes both. Anyway, it’s been around …

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People of Color in Milwaukee Must Unite for Fair Representation

This is a response to an opinion piece by Janan Najeeb who erroneously characterized the Latinx struggle for fair maps and equal representation in Milwaukee as a threat to Muslim voting rights or representation (“Muslims in Milwaukee just want to be represented fairly by the Common Council”, 30 January). The …

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Texas National Butterfly Center Closes Due to Right-wing Harassment: NPR

The entrance to the National Butterfly Center on January 15, 2019 in Mission, Texas. Suzanne Cordeiro/AFP via Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Suzanne Cordeiro/AFP via Getty Images The entrance to the National Butterfly Center on January 15, 2019 in Mission, Texas. Suzanne Cordeiro/AFP via Getty Images Butterflies won’t fly …

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Japanese parliament adopts resolution on human rights in China | world news

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s parliament on Tuesday passed a resolution on the “grave human rights situation” in China and called on Prime Minister Fumio Kishida’s government to take action to address the situation, as The Beijing Winter Olympics are just days away. Japan has already announced that it will not …

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The Internet has given rise to the “cancellation of the TOC culture”

Yet it is packed, purity – of mind, body, planet – does not exist. “There is no primordial state to which we could wish to return, no Eden which we have desecrated, no pretoxic body which we could discover through enough chia seeds and kombucha”, writes the Canadian philosopher Alexis …

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An idea whose time has come

The usual right-wing bloggers and noisemakers are throwing tantrums over President Joe Biden’s intention to appoint a black American woman to replace Justice Stephen Breyer on the United States Supreme Court. Their predictable complaints are both laughable and hypocritical. Fox News commentator Tucker Carlson accuses Biden of obviously giving up …

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Explained: What is the controversy over Tipu Sultan in Mumbai?

Mysore King Tipu Sultan is at the center of a controversy in Mumbai with the BJP claiming that Congress leader and Mumbai Suburbs Minister Aslam Shaikh is considering naming a playground in the Muslim-dominated locality of Malwani after the 17th century ruler. What led to the BJP protest in Malwani? …

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Death of a right-wing Brazilian philosopher, provocateur

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Olavo de Carvalho, a leading figure in Brazil’s conservative movement celebrated by worshipers and hated by critics, has died, according to a statement posted Tuesday on his official Twitter profile. He was 74 years old. De Carvalho died Monday night in Virginia, where he had …

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Farmers’ protest in Spain highlights rural concerns | Economic news

MADRID (AP) — Farmers, cattle herders, hunters and opposition supporters descended on the Spanish capital of Madrid on Sunday to protest against the environmental and economic policies of Spain’s center-left government which they say , harm rural communities. Sunday’s protest was organized by Alma Rural 2021, a platform representing more …

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DeAngelo leads Hurricanes to 6-3 win over Rangers | Sports News

By BOB SUTTON, Associated Press RALEIGH, NC (AP) — Tony DeAngelo didn’t miss an opportunity to show his former team what he’s been up to this season. DeAngelo had a goal and two assists as the Carolina Hurricanes beat the New York Rangers 6-3 on Friday night. “It was obviously …

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Could Silvio Berlusconi return as Italy’s next president?

Silvio Berlusconi gestures before a 2016 soccer match between his AC Milan and SS Lazio in Milan, Italy. Marco Luzzani | Getty Images Italy is about to begin the process of electing a new president, with a number of old faces among the contenders, including former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi. …

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Reviews | Will Biden lose the fight for the right to vote?

Is there a path to 60 votes? Yuval Levin, opinion writer and director of constitutional studies at the American Enterprise Institute, thinks so. Both parties, he argues, should be able to set aside concerns about voter suppression and voter fraud — issues “that barely exist,” he says — to deal …

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The left mocks the floating changes to the 2024 ticket

(The hill) — Progressives are openly frustrated as the Biden administration wades through issues across the board, but they flatly reject suggestions that former party leaders — or, worse, Republicans — might be the solution. The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and The Week all devoted real estate …

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Evangelicals battle ‘critical race theory’ in new online video course

In the right-wing crusade against “critical race theory,” there is a job for everyone: movement intellectuals and keyboard warriors, school board brawlers and politicians – from Congress to governors’ mansions to the new class of local right-wing bureaucrats eager to link student test scores to faculty demographics. It is therefore …

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Sinema speaks out against filibuster reform after House sends voting rights bill to Senate – live | USA News

Kirsten Sinema has indicated – or simply confirmed — that the push by Democrats to change Senate rules to allow voting rights legislation to pass is indeed doomed. In a speech to the Senate delivered shortly before Joe Biden was supposed to arrive on Capitol Hill to try to force …

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Canada’s Conservative establishment braces for another battle to privatize public health care

To analyse Ready or not, they’re coming through Stephen magusiak, Albertan journalist January 11, 2022 Another debate on the further privatization of Canada’s public health care system looms on the horizon, according to the highest voices on the right. Like Canada’s health care system, already underfunded after decades of right-wing …

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Opinion: Even Canadians fear America’s democracy will end soon

Marche is not the only Canadian worried about the future of its neighbor to the south. Just days before the publication of The March book, political scientist Thomas Homer-Dixon – the executive director of the Cascade Institute, which focuses on ways to deal with threats to society – wrote a …

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Annual survey: public confidence in institutions, satisfaction with the state of the country

With Israel adopting a national budget for the first time in two years, putting an end to recurring coalition collapses and repeated elections, confidence in the government has increased only slightly, but overall confidence in the government has risen only slightly. State institutions remain weak, according to an annual survey …

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