Chaos and Anarchy in DC

Political violence committed on peaceful protesters expressing their right to free assembly is a bad thing, right? Republicans on the House Oversight and Reform Committee wrote a letter to Chairwoman Carolyn Maloney, D-N.Y., to launch an investigation into attacks that took place on supporters of President Donald Trump in the nation’s capital on Saturday. “We […]

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The Media’s ‘Israel Problem’ is Spreading. Here’s Why.

In 2016, I wrote my first critique as an editor at HonestReporting. Titled, Is Murdering Israelis Just “Human Nature”? , it deconstructed a statement by then-UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon: Stabbings, vehicle attacks, and shootings by Palestinians targeting Israeli civilians have continued to claim lives . . . Yet, as oppressed peoples have demonstrated throughout […]

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Hypocrisy Alert: Obama Won First Election By Challenging Voter Fraud

By Jack Cashill The first question the fawning Scott Pelley of 60 Minutes asked former president Barack Obama during their interview this past Sunday was this: “What is your advice in this moment for President Trump?” Pelley was referring specifically to Trump’s continued challenge to the posted results of the November 3rd election. “When your time is up, then it […]

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Toledot: Jewish Genealogy

Toledot: Jewish Genealogy By Ariel Natan Pasko   “And these are the generations of Isaac, the son of Abraham; Abraham begot Isaac,” (Genesis 25:19). That’s how this week’s Torah reading, Toledot, starts out. Genealogy is important to Jews. We know who our progenitors are, and we honor them. Then the Torah goes on to tell […]

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Amid Election Recount, 4 Things to Know About Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger

As Georgia conducts a recount of its presidential vote that has become the focus of national attention, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger—Georgia’s elections official in charge of certifying the hotly contested results—has come under increased scrutiny and criticism. Here are four things to know about Raffensperger: 1. He was elected Georgia secretary of state in […]

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6 Takeaways as Facebook, Twitter CEOs Testify at Senate Hearing

The CEOs of Twitter and Facebook returned Tuesday to Capitol Hill, this time to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee. While focused on Twitter’s blocking of a New York Post story about the Biden family’s business dealings overseas and the social media giants’ immunity from lawsuit under the Communications Decency Act, the hearing veered into […]

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CNN’s Amanpour Apologizes For Comparing Kristallnacht to Trump’s Tenure

CNN’s chief international anchor, Christiane Amanpour, has apologized on air for her recent comments comparing US President Donald Trump’s tenure in office to the Kristallnacht pogroms in Nazi Germany. While Christiane Amanpour enjoys her elite London life and casually throws around Nazi analogies to Donald Trump and his administration, more Jews, Hispanics, Black Americans, LGBT […]

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Ted Cruz  Tears Jack Twitter CEO to Shreds on Republican Censorship

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) tore leftist Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey a new a-hole at a hearing of the Senate Judiciary Committee today. Ted tore him apart for censoring the discussion of voter fraud. The Texas senator also condemned Democrat senators for demanding more censorship from Big Tech. “Facebook and Twitter and Google have massive power. […]

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Student Loan Forgiveness Is a Regressive Policy that Hurts Working-Class Americans

Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., along with Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., are calling on the next administration to forgive $50,000 in student loan debt for every borrower through executive order, doing so, in Schumer’s words, “with the pen as opposed to legislation.” As higher education scholar Preston Cooper writes, “At a cost of roughly […]

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