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    American billionaires grew in number and expanded their collective fortunes by $2.1 trillion since Covid-19 sparked a worldwide pandemic nineteen months ago, according to a new analysis unveiled Monday. An overall 70% surge of wealth among the nation's richest individuals since March of 2020 has resulted in approximately 130 new billionaires, found the new report released by Americans for Tax...
    When it comes to events surrounding the Jan. 6 insurrection, there are some whose involvement remains unclear. Did Rep. Lauren Boebert lead future insurgents on a tour of the Capitol in order to help them identify the shortest route to the people they wanted to hang? Not certain. There are others who will pretend that their calls to storming the Capitol...
    Pete Hegseth and the panel on "The Five" said Monday that Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken came across both exceedingly dry, rhetorically speaking, and in a manner that failed to take responsibility for any aspect of the ongoing crisis in Afghanistan – which was often at least obliquely blamed on former President Donald Trump's 2020 deal with Taliban leader...
    The narrative of "the pandemic of the unvaccinated" collapsed quickly. As I predicted, not only did the data show the vaccine barely worked to stop infection, but the protection against critical illness wanes over time and might even induce a form of antibody-mediated viral enhancement, which continuously makes the virus worse. Thus, the more we push boosters, the more we...
    Fox News contributor and former speechwriter Marc Thiessen told "America's Newsroom" on Monday that President Biden is responsible for the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan, calling the fall of Kabul "the most shameful thing" he's observed during his career in Washington. Biden later announced he will speak on Afghanistan on Monday afternoon. FORMER AFGHAN AMBASSADOR TO US SHARES MESSAGE TO VETERANS...
    CNN chief legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin has returned to the network following a 8-month absence after being caught masturbating during a Zoom call with his colleagues from the New Yorker. In his return segment to the network, Toobin was confronted by CNN Newsroom anchor Alisyn Camerota — who summarized the events that led to his hiatus. “In October,...
    Let them go LOSING your mum at 12 is traumatic enough. That’s without being forced to hide your grief at her funeral as millions watched — then to cope with it alone. 3It is absurd, of course, for a man obsessed with privacy to broadcast his own intimate therapy sessionCredit: Apple TV+ So even his sternest critics sympathise...
    (CNN)We already knew that former Attorney General Bill Barr grossly misled Congress and the public about the findings of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation. Turns out, it's even worse than that. New revelations in a Washington, DC, lawsuit make clear the depths of the fundamental dishonesty that marred Barr's tenure as attorney general. Elie Honig Back in March...
    ESPN corrected an article after sparking backlash for falsely claiming Jacob Blake was “unarmed” when he was shot. The original article reported that the NBA was telling teams to “be ready” for the Derek Chauvin trial verdict and went up on Sunday before it was corrected, Fox News reported Monday. “The NBA and WNBA postponed a full slate of playoff...
    ESPN left up a false claim for hours that Jacob Blake Jr. was "unarmed" when he was shot by Kenosha, Wis., police officer during a domestic dispute last summer, issuing a correction Sunday after getting called out for "an indefensible journalistic error." The inaccurate information in a report by Adrian Wojnaroski headlined, "Sources: NBA tells teams to be ready for impact of verdict in Derek...
    Progressive Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said the police killing of Daunte Wright in Minnesota was “the repeated outcome of an indefensible system,” siding with fellow members of the “Squad” who condemned the shooting and have called for abolishing the police.  “Daunte Wright’s killing was not a random, disconnected ‘accident’ – it was the repeated outcome of an indefensible system that grants...
    More On: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Pelosi trashes AOC, ‘Squad’ in ‘child-like’ voice: book ‘Scared, intimidated and violated’: Podcaster visited by police after criticizing AOC on Twitter AOC, Jamaal Bowman meet with Jewish leaders for talks on Israel Letters to the Editor — April 5, 2021 Progressive Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said the police killing of Daunte Wright in Minnesota was “the...
    New York Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted Tuesday that the murder of Daunte Wright was not accidental. “Daunte Wright’s killing was not a random, disconnected ‘accident’ – it was the repeated outcome of an indefensible system that grants impunity for state violence, rewards it w/ endlessly growing budgets at the cost of community investment, & targets those who question that...
    Savannah Rychcik April 14, 2021 0 Comments Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) does not believe the fatal shooting of Daunte Wright, a Black man, by a police officer was a “random, disconnected ‘accident.'” Instead, Ocasio-Cortez believes “it was the repeated outcome of an indefensible system that grants impunity for state violence, rewards it [with] endlessly growing budgets at the cost of community investment,...
    In Twitter posts Tuesday, U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez opposed the argument that Daunte Wright’s shooting death in Minnesota was an "accident," as police have claimed. Instead, the New York Democrat claimed the death resulted from "an indefensible system that grants impunity for state violence." On Sunday, Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, police Officer Kim Potter mistakenly grabbed her gun instead of a...
    Reform of the police is no longer enough, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said on Tuesday, as she joined fellow 'squad' member Rashida Tlaib in calling for the police to be abolished. The New York congresswoman responded on Tuesday to the killing of another black man, Daunte Wright, 20, in a Minneapolis suburb on Sunday. He was killed by a white policewoman, Kimberly...
    Eric Church wasn't pleased with Morgan Wallen when he found himself in yet another scandal. The country up-and-comer has drawn public ire multiple times over the last few months for various reasons -- including partying without a face mask -- but none more than when he was caught using the n-word on video. The ordeal resulted in Wallen's talent agency cutting...
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. State Department spokeswoman Jalina Porter said on Monday the Myanmar military's violence against protesters was "immoral and indefensible" after the country's bloodiest day since the Feb. 1 coup. Supporters of detained elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi took to the streets again on Monday despite the deaths of dozens of protesters on Sunday. "The junta has...
    In a sign of how far the New York governor’s reputation has fallen from 2020, MSNBC host Chris Hayes analogized Andrew Cuomo’s data manipulation about the impact of Covid to that of former President Donald Trump. During the Friday edition of All In, Hayes pointed to a bombshell report from Thursday. Per the New York Times, Cuomo aides intervened and made changes to a New York state health report...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has spent millions in taxpayer dollars to perform laboratory tests on cats at three facilities nationwide — including a secretive lab at the West Los Angeles VA. Photographs and videos obtained by the White Coat Waste Project show the cats hooked up to electronic monitors, implanted with electrodes and eventually...
    Shellfish Brussels has been told to drop its “indefensible” ban on the export of live UK shellfish to the bloc as a senior French MEP told the European Commission the move “doesn’t make any sense.” George Eustice, the Environment Secretary, on Tuesday accused the European Commission of U-turning on previous reassurances that British fishermen would still be able to...
    Saints defensive back C.J. Gardner-Johnson was a the center of yet another controversial moment as he apparently punched Leonard Fournette of the Buccaneers. The playoff battle between the New Orleans Saints and Tampa Bay Buccaneers got pretty chippy on Sunday evening. Gardner-Johnson’s trash talk is legendary at this point, even though he’s only been in the league for two years....
    Mike Aresco, the commissioner of the American Athletic Conference, doesn’t understand why Iowa State is ranked ahead of Cincinnati in the latest College Football Playoff rankings. When the rankings were revealed on Tuesday night, Iowa State was No. 7 after a big win over West Virginia. And Cincinnati, which hasn’t played since Nov. 21 due to COVID-19, was bumped down...
    AAC commissioner Mike Aresco recently shredded the College Football Playoff committee. The AAC’s crown jewel is Cincinnati, and the Bearcats are currently ranked eighth with an undefeated 8-0 record. Who is ahead of them? Iowa State with a record of 8-2, and that doesn’t make Aresco happy at all. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)...
    Casey Goodman shooting is renewing calls for change in a city fighting deeply rooted racism Hunter Biden, president-elects son, says Delaware AG is probing his taxes AAC commissioner Mike Aresco: Cincinnati falling to No. 8 in College Football Playoff rankings indefensible American Athletic Conference commissioner Mike Aresco called the College Football Playoff selection committee's decision to drop the University...
    The officials handed the Baltimore Ravens a pick and screwed over the Indianapolis Colts.Philip Rivers throws a lot of interceptions, but the Indianapolis Colts got robbed by the officials. After Baltimore Ravens running back Gus Edwards fumbled on the previous play, Rivers and the Colts offense took over on the Indianapolis 23-yard line. Rivers attempt a pass near the sideline...
    Jose Altuve is not playing Gold Glove defense at second base in Game of the 2020 ALDS. Houston Astros pitcher Lance McCullers has to be frustrated with Jose Altuve at second base. Already down 1-0 in their best-of-seven series vs. the top-seeded Tampa Bay Rays, the Astros have gotten a pair of throwing errors out of Altuve before the bottom...
    JEFF KOWALSKY / AFP Shortly after news broke that the Federal Bureau of Investigations had uncovered a plot to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer (D) and violently overthrow the state government, the blue-checked province of Journalism twitter quickly recalled a mid-April tweet from President Donald Trump — and noted that the two do not seem unrelated. At least six men are involved...
    The Netflix release Cuties is dull and morally indefensible, an appalling act of sexual exploitation of young girls. Actually, as you’ll read below, it’s even worse than that. You can’t judge a movie by its content. It’s not about content. It’s about what the movie has to say about the content. The Bible’s a good example. I’m no scholar but...
    (CNN)Bill Barr is the top law enforcement official in the country. Which makes this exchange between the attorney general and CNN's Wolf Blitzer on Wednesday very concerning:Blitzer: You've said you were worried that a foreign country could send thousands of fake ballots, thousands of fake ballots to people, and it might be impossible to detect. What are you basing that...
    The following is an exclusive excerpt from Donald Trump Jr.’s new book, Liberal Privilege: Joe Biden and the Democrats’ Defense of the Indefensible, available Tuesday, September 1. *** If you vote for Joe, who is really going to be in power? Many people feel like they’re simply voting for whatever Democrat is on the ticket, but we need to be...
    New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is continuing his war of words with federal agencies, this time calling out the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) for its new announcement on testing for COVID-19 and mandatory quarantines for some travelers. The CDC reversed course this week, now saying that anyone who comes into close contact with a person with COVID-19 no longer...
    New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is continuing his war of words with federal agencies, this time calling out the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) for its new announcement on testing for COVID-19 and mandatory quarantines for some travelers. The CDC reversed course this week, now saying that anyone who comes into close contact with a person with COVID-19 no longer...
    New York Governor Andrew Cuomo speaks during a COVID-19 briefing in New York City.David Dee Delgado | Getty Images New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said the state won't be following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's new guidance on coronavirus testing and urged others to do the same after the agency quietly revised its recommendations to downplay the importance of testing...
    Donald Trump Jr. is the eldest son of President Donald Trump. Along with his younger brother Eric, he is an executive vice president of The Trump Organization, his father’s real estate and branded assets operation. He is expected to speak at the Republican National Convention on Monday. Trump Jr. is perhaps the highest-profile surrogate for the campaign, with an extensive...
    Washington (CNN)Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said Tuesday that she doesn't "know why anybody wants to defend the Confederacy" and monuments erected in honor of it, but warned against the removal of other controversial statues, arguing that doing so would erase history. "I actually don't know why anybody wants to defend the Confederacy and Confederate monuments," Rice said while...
    In a failed attempt to discredit Rachel Nichols, the longtime ESPN host was secretly recorded discussing network personnel in her Florida hotel room while awaiting the start of the NBA season inside the league's bubble at Disney World outside Orlando ESPN is 'extremely disappointed' after a private phone conversation of network host Rachel Nichols was leaked to Deadspin in...
    Editors of the National Review, a conservative magazine, condemned President Donald Trump’s decision to commute Roger Stone’s sentence in an article published Sunday. Trump commuted Stone’s sentence Friday, mere days before he was supposed to begin a 40-month prison sentence. Stone was convicted on Nov. 15 on numerous counts relating to the special counsel’s investigation. National Review editors ripped Trump’s...
    Nicholas Kamm/Getty Images President Donald Trump’s commutation of Roger Stone’s sentence was “indefensible” — according to the editors of the National Review. In a piece published Sunday afternoon, the editors for the conservative outlet denounced the commutation. “The timing, late on Friday, suggests internal embarrassment over the move, and we wish there were more,” the editors wrote. The National Review...
    Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union,” Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) said President Donald Trump sharing a video of one of his supporters shouting white power was indefensible and offensive. Host Jake Tapper said, “President Trump just retweeted a video this morning featuring one of his apparent supporters shouting white power.” He asked, “What is your reaction to the president retweeting that?” Scott...
    Shortly after President Donald Trump retweeted a video on Sunday of one of his supporters proudly chanting the racist slogan “white power,” Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) called on the president to take down the “indefensible” tweet. During an early morning tweetstorm, the president shared a video of seniors at The Villages, a Florida retirement community, engaging in protest. The clip...
    Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) called on President Donald Trump to take down the video he retweeted of one of his supporters exclaiming “white power.” Scott joined CNN’s Jake Tapper on Sunday to discuss the push for his police reform bill in Congress. Before that conversation began, Tapper asked for Scott’s reaction to Trump praising a video showing one of...
    A string of racist and sexual insults against a young Asian-American protester in a Facebook thread has cost a volunteer of nearly 45 years his position with the Leonia fire department. It began with a post by fellow firefighter of a photo taken during a protest in Leonia against the death of George Floyd. A young woman in the photo...
    see also Arizona Karen slapped for telling woman to go back to Mexico A so-called “Karen” in Arizona was slapped across the face... The lawyer husband of the Arizona “Karen” who was slapped by a Native American she told to “go back to Mexico” has tearfully apologized for the “indefensible” slur — blaming it on mental illness. “Karina, I...
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