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The Lincoln Project Shares Personnel, Address With Liberal Election Groups
The Lincoln Project, the group of former Republican operatives who set their sights on Donald Trump, says it supports principled conservatism. But the group shares outside personnel, an address, and a number of donors with progressive groups. Records show the group's custodian of records, Melissa Nissen, is also the tr...
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Kushner Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize
Former Trump-administration official Jared Kushner and his top aide Avi Berkowitz received nominations for the Nobel Peace Prize for their role in securing the Abraham Accords last summer. Kushner and his team played a lead role in mediating negotiations between Israel and the United Arab Emirates that led to normalization of relations between the ...
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Biden’s ‘Buy American’ Clean Energy Conundrum
President Joe Biden's latest climate-focused executive order promises a bustling clean energy sector backed by "good-paying union jobs." That sector's supply chain, however, is largely dominated by China. Issued on Wednesday, Biden's order calls on the federal government to purchase union-built, American electric vehicles. But both Chevrolet and Ni...
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Congressional War Vets Warn Biden Against Shuttering Gitmo
A group of Republican war veterans in Congress are pressuring the Biden administration to reconsider its plans to shut down the Guantanamo Bay prison and relocate, potentially to the United States, the 40 terrorists currently being held in the facility. "As veterans of the Global War on Terrorism, we have serious reservations about the Biden admini...
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Asian-American Activists Blast Biden’s ‘Pandering’ Anti-Racism Order
Activists said that President Joe Biden ignored the actual concerns of Asian Americans when he signed a "pandering" executive order against anti-Asian coronavirus rhetoric that failed to mention affirmative action policies that discriminate against Asians. Biden signed an order to combat "racism, xenophobia, and intolerance against Asian Americans ...
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Andy Ngo Unmasks Antifa
Andy Ngo fell to the concrete, bleeding from his ear. Vessels in his brain had burst, doctors later told him, and blood pooled on his brain. Ngo, a journalist, had been attacked by members of Antifa while covering one of the "antifascist" group’s demonstrations in Portland in 2019. "No hate, no fear," Ngo recalled the group shouting around him. Re...
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WHO team will fly from S'pore to Wuhan on Jan 14: China
BEIJING: A World Health Organization (WHO) team of international experts investigating the origin of the novel coronavirus will arrive in the Chinese city of Wuhan from Singapore on Thursday, a Chinese official said.WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has said his organisation looked forward to working with China on the mission to identify the sou...
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