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The Sha’Carri Richardson story tells us far more about social media’s ability to stir racial division than allegedly outdated Olympic drug rules. Richardson, a favorite to win the women’s 100-meter dash at the Tokyo Olympics, is a cause celebre across corporate and social media because she was handed a one-month suspension for a positive marijuana
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The National Education Association, the largest teacher’s union in the United States that overwhelmingly supports Democrats, has approved plans to “fight back” against opponents of critical race theory. What are the details? As state lawmakers express concern over critical race theory and work to pass legislation banning CRT from public school classrooms, the NEA is
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On Friday night, NPR devoted a segment to assessing the just-concluded term of the Supreme Court, or they guessed how much damage conservatives were aiming to cause with three Trump-appointed justices. Anchor Ari Shapiro brought in three liberals: their court reporter Nina Totenberg, Tom Goldstein of “SCOTUSBlog,” and law professor Jamal Greene. Totenberg touted that both Shapiro
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Hollywood produces a lot of liberal, anti-American films. But, occasionally, filmmakers get things right, offering movies and TV shows that showcase the best about our country. In honor of Independence Day, we at NewsBusters compiled five of the most patriotic movie or TV scenes.  Movies such as Red Dawn and Rocky IV captured a time when Hollywood
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Freshman Rep. Cori Bush (D-Mo.), a member of the so-called “Squad” of far-left House Democrats, triggered a tsunami of backlash Sunday when she said Independence Day is not about celebrating freedom for all Americans. What did Bush say? According to Bush, America is a “stolen land,” black people “aren’t free,” and when people declare that
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Last month, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s youngest daughter, 23-year-old Michaela Kennedy-Cuomo, came out as “queer” on Instagram. But I guess that didn’t give her enough attention, so this week she had to one-up herself and declare that in addition to being “queer,” she’s also a “demisexual.” What is a demisexual, you ask? Does Demi
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Mainstream media reporters confronted White House press secretary Jen Psaki on Friday after she deflected questions about the alleged “abusive environment” of Vice President Kamala Harris’ office. What is the background? Harris has become the focus of scrutiny in recent weeks after several reports alleged a toxic environment in her West Wing office. “Harris’ team
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In theory, Vogue magazine is said to be, per Wikipedia, “an American monthly fashion and lifestyle magazine that covers many topics, including fashion, beauty, culture, living, and runway.” As if. The current issue features a glowing portrait of Dr. Jill Biden —  aka the First Lady of the United States. Biden graces the cover, glamorously posed on what
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Kristie Alley voiced her opinion about children being exposed to “perverse” content on television and on the internet. The Hollywood actress warned that society’s open-mindedness will eventually lead us down a road of accepting pedophilia. Alley’s comments angered many, including fellow celebrities and an LGBTQ website. “Was watching TV …we’ve gone too far in my
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There were dueling demonstrations over trans rights in Los Angeles on Saturday afternoon, which led to several confrontations, some of which were violent. The passionate protest and counter-protest were fueled by a viral video of a woman who was upset that there was a biological man who identified as a woman in the female-only area
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It’s been nearly a month since my last update on my adventures of going maskless, and with good reason: Not much has changed. Until now. As time has passed since COVID-related restrictions were lifted, the vaccinated among us could go to public places mask-free. As I’ve said before, it’s glorious. During the masked days of
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Out-of-control crime in San Francisco has forced retail giant Target to change their store hours, closing hours earlier than normal to fend of petty criminals who shoplift with near impunity. Retail crime is plaguing San Francisco. While some city leaders are looking for solutions, the issue gained national prominence last month when a viral video
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American track and field star Gwen Berry, who is heading to Tokyo to compete in the hammer throw, came under new scrutiny this week after internet users unearthed problematic tweets involving racist comments and rape “jokes.” What is the background? Berry made headlines last weekend after she protested during the playing of the national anthem
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On Friday’s PBS NewsHour, anchor Judy Woodruff finished the week-in-review segment by asking Washington Post columnist Jonathan Capehart and New York Times columnist David Brooks about the Democrats creating a select committee on the January 6 Capitol riot. Capehart took out a bucket of rhetorical sugar, insisting Speaker Nancy Pelosi is not just a “devout
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The British brought slavery to the New World and Americans ended it roughly 230 years later. Every black person descended from slaves owes a debt to their ancestors’ struggles. The abomination of slavery is the reason most black people are here, in the greatest country in the world. I’m guessing almost every black American lives
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Many concerned parents are asking, “Should children wear masks?” A new scientific study may provide an answer. The newly released study found that kids shouldn’t be forced to wear face masks because they can inhale unacceptable carbon dioxide levels after only three minutes of mask-wearing. The findings, which were were published in The Journal of
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Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y) claimed Friday the suspension of American sprinter Sha’Carri Richardson is yet another example of racism and colonialism at work. The International Olympic Committee triggered outrage after suspending Richardson for 30 days after she tested positive for marijuana use. Critics pointed to the fact that marijuana use has been legalized for recreational
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Stunning new video the Post Millennial said it exclusively obtained shows the moment when a woman — who’s running for office in Washington state — entered a school bus full of kids in January 2010 and threatened to blow it up. The clip also shows the cop who came to the rescue by boarding the
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MSNBC political analyst Claire McCaskill said that watching footage of the rioting at the U.S. Capitol should become a family tradition for the Fourth of July and Twitter didn’t take kindly to the suggestion. The former U.S. senator made the comments on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” show on Friday when asked her final thoughts about the
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