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Pedro Castillo proclaimed President-elect of Peru

[ad_1] LIMA, Peru – His parents were peasants who had never learned to read. As a child, he walked for hours to school, before becoming a teacher himself. Then, two months ago, he burst onto Peru’s national political scene as a dissenting candidate with a captivating call to the polls: …

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Hungary: Politicians call for investigation into allegations of espionage | World news

[ad_1] By JUSTIN SPIKE, Associated Press BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) – Opposition lawmakers in Hungary’s parliament have called for an investigation into the findings of an international investigation that the country’s right-wing government used powerful malware to spy on journalists, politicians and critical businessmen. Investigation by a global media consortium suggested …

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DACA immigration program invalidated by federal judge

[ad_1] U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen ruled that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program was illegal because Congress has never given the executive the power to grant mass reprieve to immigrants who are in the United States without authorization. “As popular as this program may be, the proper starting …

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America isn’t as awake as it looks – Twin Cities

[ad_1] It is sometimes called “the second law of political conquest”: “Any organization which is not explicitly and constitutionally right will sooner or later become left”. I’ve been hearing this more and more lately, which makes me wonder if it’s really true. And if so, why ? It is quite …

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Letters to the Editor, June 23, 2021 | Notice

[ad_1] Letters to the Editor, June 23, 2021 Critical race theory, created by academics 50 years ago, is gaining more and more attention as patience with residual racial injustice wears off. It’s an expansive idea, of course not fully developed in public life over the centuries, like, say, the idea …

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Mercury’s Sound Off for Sunday June 20 | Notice

[ad_1] New Jersey school district wipes holiday names off school calendar because Randolph Township School Board doesn’t want to offend anyone by having Thanksgiving on the calendar, or Memorial Day, or Flag Day, or Labor Day, or that vacation really offensive New Years Day. I swear these doctors are getting …

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McGeachin as governor? Seriously? | Columns

[ad_1] We can expect to hear a lot from Janice McGeachin over the next 11 months. Hopefully after that, after losing the Republican primary elections to a more plausible candidate, she will lose her audience. If she wins the primary, one can only hang on to the low probability that …

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FirstFT: Today’s best stories | Financial Time

[ad_1] Hello. This article is an on-site version of our FirstFT Europe / Africa newsletter. register here to receive the newsletter directly in your inbox every weekday morning The EU faces a “High risk” of abuse in its 800 billion euros post-pandemic stimulus fund because some countries refuse to register …

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Netherlands move past Ukraine after scare in second half

[ad_1] Netherlands 3 Ukraine 2 Denzel Dumfries’ 85th-minute header ruined Ukraine’s comeback and gave the Netherlands a perfect start to their 10th European Championship challenge, with a win to tie Austria’s earlier in the day. Roman Yaremchuk’s equalizer moments before had come across as the last volley of a scintillating …

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What he tells us about anti-racism.

[ad_1] On Thursday, the Florida State Board of Education voted unanimously, at the request of Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis, to ban classes that employ Critical Race Theory (CRT) or The New York Times Project 1619 in schools. Voting aligns with initiatives in several other states like Idaho, Oklahoma, Tennessee and …

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Will it take a BBC drama to finally launch a rational debate on British prisons? | Owen Jones

[ad_1] A a rational conversation about Britain’s broken prison system seems nearly impossible. Any evidence-based argument clashes with right-wing media quick to smother dissenters with moving clichés of being ‘lenient on crime’, excusing criminal behavior, or siding with criminals rather than victims. . Even politicians who secretly know the criminal …

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Frenchman gets 4 months in prison for slapping Macron

[ad_1] VALENCE, France (AP) – A 28-year-old Frenchman who described himself as a right-wing or far-right “patriot” was sentenced Thursday to four months in prison for slapping President Emmanuel Macron in the face. Damien Tarel was also banned from holding public office in France and owning weapons for five years …

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Southern Baptist Convention Goes To Hell In A Hand Basket

[ad_1] Recent famous Southern Baptist refugees Russell Moore and (no relation) Beth Moore have resigned. Photo: Mark Humphrey / AP; Living Evidence Ministries A generation ago, diehard conservatives took control of the largest Protestant church denomination in the United States, the Southern Baptist Convention, and spawned what we now call …

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Newsom and the state health department competition

[ad_1] Following science turns many governors into the equivalent of carnival barkers. But if the COVID-19 pandemic is a catastrophic public health event that has rocked the world putting the lives of 7.9 billion people at risk, why are our political leaders acting like they are peddling gambling to to …

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Large hexagonal room in the heart of Forsythia

[ad_1] From the front, the Forsythia has the appearance of a typical contemporary ranch-style home. An overview of the floor plan tells a different story. A large, dramatic hexagonal space forms its core, with wings jutting out to the right and left. This house offers wide views to the rear, …

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Who is in charge at Heterodox Academy?

[ad_1] Who runs Heterodox Academy? I ask because even though I have publicly discussed my displeasure with the organization, I was nonetheless taken aback by an article recently published on the Heterodox Academy website because it went way beyond this. that I would have already expected from the organization for …

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Kinzinger accuses McCarthy ‘of not telling the truth’

[ad_1] Republican Rep. Adam Kinzinger of Illinois takes aim at Rep. Kevin McCarthy, R-California, accusing the parliamentary minority leader of not being honest with Americans. “I think Kevin failed to tell the truth,” Kinzinger said Sunday in an interview with Fox News’ Chris Wallace on “Fox News Sunday.” KINZINGER TAKES …

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Conservative leaders in education policy are needed

[ad_1] (diane39 / Getty Images) Betsy DeVos faced a stacked game; do better next time. Inot In just four months, the Biden administration has reshaped federal education policy. It poured nearly $ 200 billion in new federal funds to schools and colleges, reversed a series of Trump-era actions, launched new …

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Why do the Conservatives want to cancel Project 1619

[ad_1] Clint Smith: Telling the truth about slavery is not ‘indoctrination’ The fight to define the American past is not new. In the middle of the 20th century, a huge conservative backlash erupted in California against a textbook co-authored by famous black American historian John Hope Franklin. In it, Franklin …

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Opinion | Israel collapses, because conflict controls us

[ad_1] Yitzhak Rabin’s government sought to address discrimination against Palestinian citizens and signed the Oslo Accords in 1993. When Mr. Rabin was assassinated in 1995 for his nascent efforts to end the conflict, gradual change on some social issues continued, but liberal interpretations of the law and of the Supreme …

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Without a mask in Seattle ?! | The Seattle Times

[ad_1] After more than a year, the folks at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have finally freed fully immunized Americans from having to wear masks in public. CDC scientists and medical experts have determined that except in a few overcrowded situations, if you have the chance, you can …

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