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Since the beginning of the war, more than 2000 civilians have been killed by Russian missiles, according to official data. Help us protect Ukrainians from missiles - provide max military assisstance to Ukraine #Ukraine. #StandWithUkraine
Opinion: I Asked What My Daughter Would Learn in Kindergarten. Then the Teachers Union Sued Me. The principal said they don’t call children “boys” and “girls,” and teachers embed values of gender theory into classroom lessons. They ask kindergartners, “What could have been done differently on Thanksgiving?” How can five-year-olds answer such a bizarre question that shames them for their American heritage? The principal told me these were “common practices” but could not define a “common practice” or tell me when these “practices” originated. Now I wanted to know these “common practices” and the educational pedagogy supporting them, but the school refused to answer my questions.
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I Asked What My Daughter Would Learn in Kindergarten. Then the Teachers Union Sued Me.
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🇱🇷Former President Donald Trump speaks at a rally in Selma, N.C., Saturday, April 9, 2022. The rally included Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson, Rep. Madison Cawthorne, and Senate candidate Ted Budd. Read more at:
Former President Donald Trump attends rally in Selma, NC
Former President Donald Trump speaks at a rally in Selma, N.C., Saturday, April 9, 2022. The rally included Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson, Rep. Madison Cawthorne, and Senate candidate Ted Budd.
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Violent weekend strikes Iowa town An Iowa community was hit with a weekend of violence after a gunman opened fire at a downtown nightclub and an officer's home was riddled with bullets in what investigators say was a 'targeted attack'. Police say two people were killed and 10 injured after shots were fired at the Taboo Nightclub and Lounge in downtown Cedar Rapids around 1.30am Sunday. Several people were transported to area hospitals for treatment, police confirmed to KWWL. Their conditions remain unknown.
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Whilst the UK government sanctions Russia and tells UK residents to take Ukrainians into their homes. UK Chancellor Rishi Sunak's wife owns £500 million worth of shares in her fathers company Infosys, which operates out of Moscow. Couldn't make it up, these people are the real criminals.

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📈Democrats Refuse New Oil Production Projects — Call for $300 a Month Checks to Help Americans Pay for Record Biden Gas Prices Gas prices at all-time highs under the failed leadership of Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi. The average price for a gallon of regular gasoline today is at $4.24 a gallon.
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Opinion: Larry Fink, chief executive of BlackRock, the world’s biggest asset manager, said that the war in Ukraine will put an end to globalization as governments and businesses cut ties with Russia, while warning that a large-scale reorienting of supply chains will be inflationary.
BlackRock Chief Says Ukraine War Marks End to Globalization
Larry Fink, chief executive of BlackRock, the world's biggest asset manager, said that the war in Ukraine will put an end to globalization as governments and businesses cut ties with Russia, while warning that a large-scale reorienting of supply chains will be inflationary.
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North Korea Fires ICBM, South Korea Launches Missiles from Air, Land, Sea Shortly after reports emerged that North Korea had tested its first intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) since November 2017, South Korea it conducted a missile test of its own, firing at a target from land, air and sea. South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff announced Thursday that a missile launched from North Korea's western Sunan district near the capital Pyongyang into the Sea of Japan, known to both Koreas as the East Sea, appeared to have been an ICBM, classified as a missile with a range of over 5,500 kilometers, or around 3,418 miles.
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❗️US will accept 100,000 Ukrainian refugees A senior administration official said the number would count against the refugee cap ceiling of 125,000 people for fiscal year 2022 but added that the commitment of 100,000 is time-bound and could extend beyond the year.
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The protest in front of the British High Commission in Kingston comes a couple of days after dozens of prominent leaders in Jamaica publicized a letter demanding that Britain apologize and award its former colony slavery reparations. They also decried the weeklong Central American and Caribbean tour that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge embarked on Saturday, which coincides with Jamaica's 60th independence anniversary and the 70th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II's coronation.
Protesters in Jamaica greet Prince William and Kate with demand that U.K. "apologize now" for slave trading past
Hours before Prince William and Kate touched down, protesters called on Britain to "apologize now" for its colonial past.
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The Michigan Unemployment Insurance Agency, in a rush to hire thousands of workers at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, failed to ensure background checks were conducted. As a result, people previously convicted of financial crimes were employed, an audit.
Michigan unemployment agency hired some ‘high-risk’ workers with criminal records, audit finds
The Michigan Unemployment Insurance Agency, in a rush to hire thousands of workers at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, failed to ensure background checks were conducted and employed people convicted of financial crimes, an audit found.
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Hunter Biden’s “laptop from hell“, which contains thousands of images child porn involving Hunter and his elite friends, threatens to topple the ‘New World Order’ if the contents are made public. Follow
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💭Joe Biden is no longer useful to the ruling class. After being used to win an election, he’s now making it impossible for them to credibly foist on Americans the idea that his party could win another one with him on their masthead. The donkey is showing through the lion skin, and so they need a new donkey. So while it seems utterly legitimate to insist on accountability such as appointing a special counsel to investigate the Biden family’s apparent corruption, that also could relieve the Democrat Party of their greatest liability. They’d probably deeply appreciate that, in fact. Biden got the ruling class what they wanted, and they don’t need him any more. Getting rid of him now would in fact be highly convenient for maintaining their power.
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Did NYT Admit Biden's Corruption So Democrats Can Get Rid Of Him?
Joe Biden is no longer useful to the ruling class. After being used to win an election, he's making it impossible to pretend to win the next.
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Pro paedophilia Biden SCOTUS pick equates an 18 year old with over 600 indecent images and video of pre pubescent children to his victims. His victims are his peers??? Woke, commie, CRT pro paedophiles should NEVER be in charge of any court in any civilised country. Absolutely disgusting

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Biden not seen as a strong commander, seems ‘weak’:
Biden not seen as a strong commander, seems ‘weak’: Mark Penn
Former senior adviser to the Clinton’s Mark Penn reacts to Biden’s poll numbers and the issues the administration is facing.
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Kamala Harris Can't Be Bothered with Proper Border Visit, But She Did Go to Honduran President's Inauguration It's been over 10 months since President Joe Biden named Vice President Kamala Harris the border czar, among many other tasks, which she has also failed at. Since then, she has made one border visit--if you can call it that--which took place last June. While Harris doesn't have time for multiple visits, never mind more proper ones, she does have time to attend the inauguration for Honduras' Xiomara Castro, a socialist, which took place on Thursday. The RNC called out Harris' lack of responsibility when it came to her attending. "Border Czar Kamala Harris is yet again dodging responsibility and flying over the Biden border crisis to travel to Honduras to celebrate the inauguration of a self-avowed socialist. Nearly 2 million illegal immigrants have been apprehended at the border, deadly drugs are pouring in, and crime is surging. Biden and Harris don’t care about the devastation their failed policies are causing the American people," RNC Communications Director Danielle Alvarez said in a statement. Fox News' Houston Keene covered the trip on Wednesday, covering what other outlets did not when it comes to Castro's troubling attributes, as well as that of First Vice President Salvador Nasralla and Nasralla's wife, who have made noteworthy comments about Jews and Israel. Harris has run into trouble for failing to call out antisemitism before. Last March she gave opening remarks for the 2021 Black Women's Roundtable "Women of Power" Summit, where anti-Semite figure Tamika Mallory, who co-founded but was too extreme to remain part of the Women's March, also spoke. Last October, Harris also took questions from students at George Mason University, where one student claimed in remarks unchallenged by Harris that Israel was engaging in "an ethnic genocide." Harris thanked the young woman for speaking her truth, while her office was left to later do damage control. On Thursday, the White House released a readout between Castro and Harris, which was the newly inaugurated president's first meeting with a foreign leader. According to the readout, the two discussed issues such as "addressing the root causes of migration, combatting corruption, and expanding economic opportunity." Additionally, the vice president told President Castro that vaccines against the Wuhan coronavirus will be arriving in the country. Harris is expected back in the United States late Thursday night.
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💭Vladimir Putin’s new year is off to quite a start. The Russian autocrat isn’t just massing troops on the Ukraine border, kicking off a diplomatic panic in European capitals and in Washington. In recent days he’s also backed a refugee stand-off with Poland, helped Kazakhstan’s strongman squelch pro-democracy protests, maintained a presence in Assad’s Syria, established new footholds in Mali and Central African Republic, cozied up to communist China, and, in a nod to Khrushchev, hinted he might build military infrastructure in Cuba and Venezuela. What’s remarkable about this geographically expansive, chaos-inducing, dangerous spectacle is that it was entirely avoidable. Mr. Putin is no cipher. He is a son of the former Soviet Union, a system that was steeped in lies and sustained by violence, an experience that shaped his leadership style. Any threat to his power at home, by a political opponent or too-inquisitive journalist, is put down immediately. Abroad, any democratic movement on Russia’s periphery, be it in Georgia, Ukraine, or elsewhere, is rapidly undermined by Russian military power or proxies like the Wagner Group. This is not a man who responds to diplomatic niceties or craves adoration from Davos Man. Mr. Putin is more accurately understood as a corrupt thug with a nuclear arsenal and oil rigs. Read the full story by following the link
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Trump was tougher on Russia than Biden
Had the current president maintained Trump's deterrence, the Ukraine fiasco might have never happened.
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Sean Hannity President Biden's vow to nominate a Black woman to the Supreme Court in Thursday's opening monologue of "Hannity." The Fox News host explained that Biden "is being bullied into the decision by the new extreme left. They're using the Supreme Court pick as another way to flex their power, show their strength. It's identity politics on steroids."
Hannity: Biden's promised Black female SCOTUS preference is 'identity politics on steroids'
Sean Hannity revealed who's behind President Biden's presumptive Supreme Court pick in his opening monologue.
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We have to thank for reminding us that we have to make choices for ourselves, irrespective of health and policy wonks.
Omicron and the Burden of Freedom - The American Conservative
We have Omicron to thank for reminding us that we have to make choices for ourselves, irrespective of health and policy wonks.
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💭OPINION While President Biden’s downward spiral in public approval continues, nervous Democrats have sought to reassure one another to remain calm, insisting there remains ample time for the administration to right the ship and bring the American people on board. Signs of desperation have crept onto the horizon, and none more politically fraught than rumors that Bill and Hillary Clinton will re-emerge to rescue the party — he as strategist and she as candidate for president in 2024. That Democrats would turn for salvation to the most self-absorbed individuals in recent American history is compelling evidence that faith in a Biden administration rebound is fast disappearing, likely costing Congressional majorities this year and the White House in three years. Kamala Harris is a walking public relations nightmare, her bizarre and often incoherent public utterances have secured her place on the roster of America’s most inconsequential vice presidents.Speculation will continue to swirl around whether Biden, at 82 years of age, will forgo a re-election effort in 2024, leaving Harris as the heir apparent — a prospect terrifying Democrats while delighting Republicans.Enter Bill and Hill, the answer to the short bench bedeviling the Democrats in search of a candidate with a chance of winning but who, at the least, will avert a landslide loss and maintain a competitive position in Congress. Is the nation, though, prepared for a Clinton-Trump rematch?
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Biden warns Kiev of 'distinct possibility' of Russian invasion next month....However, Russia denies allegations...
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Jury to resume deliberations in Ghislaine Maxwell sex abuse trial. The jury in British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell's sex abuse trial was due to reconvene on Tuesday, following three full days of deliberations in which jurors have reviewed testimony from four women who said Maxwell set them up for abuse. Maxwell, 60, is accused of recruiting and grooming the four women to have sexual encounters with the late financier Jeffrey Epstein when they were teenagers. Over a three-week trial, jurors heard emotional and explicit testimony from the women, three of whom said Maxwell herself touched their nude bodies. The daughter of late British media baron Robert Maxwell has pleaded not guilty to six counts of sex trafficking and other crimes. Her lawyers argue prosecutors are treating her as a scapegoat for Epstein, who killed himself in 2019 in a Manhattan jail cell while awaiting trial on sex abuse charges. Deliberations in Manhattan federal court began on the afternoon of Dec. 20 and resumed on Monday after a four-day break for Christmas, during which U.S. District Judge Alison Nathan pleaded with jurors to be careful given the surge in COVID-19 cases in the New York area driven by the Omicron variant. Nathan on Monday asked jurors to consider deliberating until 6 p.m., one hour later than usual, beginning on Tuesday if they have not yet reached a verdict. "I don't mean to pressure you in any way," she said. "You should take all the time that you need." During deliberations, jurors asked Nathan for transcripts of the four women's testimony, as well as the testimony of other witnesses prosecutors called to corroborate their accounts. Maxwell's defense repeatedly questioned the women's credibility during cross-examination, arguing their memories had become corrupted over the years and that they did not mention any involvement by Maxwell in earlier tellings of their abuse by Epstein.
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Greta Thunberg says it is 'strange' Biden is considered a leader in climate change given the administration is 'expanding their fossil fuel infrastructure'. Greta Thunberg slammed President Joe Biden's climate change efforts during an interview published on Monday. The climate change activist said it was 'strange' to consider the president a climate change leader 'when you see what his administration is doing'. Thunberg alleged Biden's Administration was hurting the environment, not improving it despite his promises to do so. 'The US is actually expanding fossil fuel infrastructure. Why is the US doing that?' she questioned. Biden has set out to reach 100 percent clean electricity by 2035 and net-zero emissions by 2050.
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2021 was a watershed year for abortion, which has long been a very divisive issue in America. And opponents have pushed the definitive ruling that legalized the practice to the edge. The year 2021 was perhaps the most significant one for U.S. abortion rights in almost five decades and one in which anti-abortion forces scored important legal victories that could yield the most significant changes to the national landscape in recent memory. The prime target of the efforts -- is the 1973 landmark Supreme Court decision Roe vs. Wade, as well as the momentous 1992 case Casey vs. Planned Parenthood, each of which are landmark rulings that affirmed constitutional rights to abortion. Abortion rights is poised to be a central topic in 2022, as well -- particularly with the expected Supreme Court decision in the Mississippi case next summer, and even more GOP-held states likely to pass similar legislation. "The Supreme Court is in dialogue with social movements, with political institutions, with healthcare providers and that's what brought us to this moment," Florida State University law professor and abortion law expert Mary Ziegler said. Several states have already enacted trigger laws to ban nearly all abortions, which would take effect as soon as the Supreme Court rules in their favor -- and several more could quickly follow suit. Legal experts say that if the Supreme Court overturns Roe vs. Wade, the abortion fight would move to the state courts -- as, without an overarching federal mandate, the states themselves would be responsible for determining their own abortion laws.
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Sen. Joe Manchin killed the trillion-dollar-plus spending bill that Biden and the Democrats desperately want to pass. Rep. Pramila Jayapal called on President Biden on Sunday to "use executive action" to deliver his signature climate and social policy legislation that's stalling in the Senate, after Sen. Joe Manchin rejected the plan. What they're saying: "Taking executive action will also make clear to those who hinder Build Back Better that the White House and Democrats will deliver for Americans," wrote Jayapal, chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus. Jayapal said the caucus would "continue to work toward legislation for Build Back Better, focused on keeping it as close to the agreed-upon framework as possible" in an effort to pass Biden's $1.75 trillion spending plan. She added the group would soon release its own plan for actions "including lowering costs, protecting the health of every family, and showing the world" that the U.S. "is serious about our leadership on climate action."
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President Biden signs National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2022. On December 27, 2021, President Joe Biden signed S. 1605, the “National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2022”, which authorizes $770 billion in defense spending for the Department of Defense, Department of Energy national security programs, and the Department of State. With eyes on China, the new act includes $7.1 billion for the Pacific Deterrence Initiative and a statement of congressional support for the defense of Taiwan. Also, the act explicitly calls on the United States to develop Taiwan's asymmetric defense capabilities and to invite the island to take part in 2022 in the Rim of the Pacific exercise, major US-led drills that are held every two years around Hawaii. Also, there is a provision for imposing a ban by the Department of Defense on procuring products produced with forced labor from China's Xinjiang region. The act includes $300 million for the Ukraine Security Assistance Initiative, which provides support to Ukraine's armed forces, $4 billion for the European Defense Initiative, and $150 million for Baltic security cooperation.
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