Biden's Supreme Court Will Mean End of Independent Judiciary
Joe Biden’s executive order last week creating a bipartisan commission to study structural changes to the Supreme Court sends a clarion message of his administration’s plan to fundamentally dismantle third branch judiciary checks.
Newsmax · 18 hours ago
Biden Administration Facing New Challenges in Pandemic Fight
Despite the deployment of several COVID-19 vaccines throughout the United States, the Biden administration has found itself battling new challenges with the pandemic. Although millions of citizens are getting vaccinated daily...
Newsmax · 23 hours ago
How the National Guard prevented massive riots after Daunte Wright shooting
BROOKLYN CENTER, Minnesota — The National Guard and local Minneapolis groups throughout the week de-escalated the protests that followed the police shooting of Daunte Wright, preventing riots similar to those following the death of George Floyd.
Washington Examiner · 13 hours ago
Biden's tough-on-Putin policy is all talk
Facing Vladimir Putin, America's second most eminent adversary, President Joe Biden is fashionably presented as some kind of ordained savior. Biden, the casual thinking goes, is the antidote to President Donald Trump's Russian appeasement policy.
Washington Examiner · 22 hours ago
Adam Toledo, Daunte Wright and Derek Chauvin's trial: Is de-escalation training the solution to recent deaths at the hands of police?
The trial of Derek Chauvin and the shootings of Adam Toledo and Daunte Wright have renewed the spotlight on the inadequate nature of police training.
USA TODAY · 19 hours ago
United States White House says Biden will speak on pandemic response next week
President Joe Biden will deliver remarks on the coronavirus pandemic response next week, the White House said on Friday, as he grapples with a new surge of infections and tries to persuade as many Americans as possible to get vaccinated.
Reuters · 16 hours ago
Cosmopolitan on Daunte Wright Shooting: White Women Use ‘Victimization’ to ‘Benefit From, Perpetrate White Supremacy’
Cosmopolitan published an article attacking “whiteness” and white women, saying white women utilize their “victimization” to "perpetrate white supremacy."
Breitbart News · 15 hours ago · By Joshua Klein
Republican pushes Biden to remember campaign promises on filibuster, packing Supreme Court
In a January 2020, then-candidate Joe Biden was asked if he, like his Democratic primary opponents, supported any of expanding the Supreme Court, abolishing the filibuster, abolishing the Electoral College or setting term limits for Supreme Court justices.
Fox News · 6 hours ago · By Caitlin McFall
Protests continue in Minnesota following death of Daunte Wright
A protester stands among the umbrellas placed on a fence by demonstrators outside the Brooklyn Center Police Department, days after Daunte Wright was shot and killed by a police officer, in Brooklyn C
Reuters · 19 hours ago · By Jeremy Schultz
Derek Chauvin trial: NYPD has spent nearly a year preparing for verdict protests
The NYPD has been preparing for nearly a year for possible protests in the Big Apple after the verdict comes down in the Derek Chauvin trial in Minnesota — training officers, reviewing tactics and performing tabletop exercises, police officials said Thursday.
Fox News · 18 hours ago · By New York Post
Mother of Daunte Wright's son, 2, 'really hurt' because he doesn't have a father after fatal police shooting
The mother of Daunte's Wright's 2-year-old son said Friday that she hurts for her child, who will be raised without a father following his police-involved death.
Fox News · 12 hours ago · By Louis Casiano
Trump takes jab at ‘lunacy’ of Johnson & Johnson vaccination pause
Former President Donald Trump took aim at the Biden administration on Friday evening for allowing for a pause in the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine, accusing them of allowing “insanely risk-averse bureaucrats run the show.”
New York Post · 7 hours ago
Biden's appeals for action on guns, policing face reality
As the nation struggles with yet another mass shooting and faces a reckoning over the deaths of Black men at the hands of police, President Joe Biden is calling for action. Going beyond that, however, is proving a lot more difficult.
Washington Times · 12 hours ago · By ZEKE MILLER and ALEXANDRA JAFFE
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