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Concerns growing in the White House about the rise in violent crime

He hopes to reduce what has already become a baton for Republicans who want to campaign for “law and order” in next year’s by-elections. The president is ready to announce a comprehensive crime reduction strategy on Wednesday, officials said, hoping to reduce gun violence and tackle the root causes of the jump. He plans to sign executive actions with a …

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Trump wanted the Department of Justice to stop SNL from annoying him

It was the middle of Donald Trump’s presidency, and he was angry again Saturday Night Live. And he wanted the federal government to help him settle the result. In March 2019, the then President of the United States had just watched an episode of NBC’s long-running, liberal comedy series (it wasn’t even a new episode, it was a rerun) and …

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The Senate holds a rare hearing on DC statehood

A U.S. Senate committee hearing will be held Tuesday on legislation that will make DC the 51st state, a rare event that state supporters hope will keep the issue in the political spotlight. Hundreds of people gathered on Tuesday in support of DC’s statehood. WTOP / Luke Luckert Hundreds of people gathered on Tuesday in support of DC’s statehood. WTOP …

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“It’s out of control.” Airlines, flight attendants want tougher penalties for disobedient passengers

Stewardesses wearing protective masks pass through Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Atlanta, Georgia, on Wednesday, April 7, 2021. Elijah Nouveladge Bloomberg | Getty Images Demand for air travel is growing, as is poor flight behavior. Now aviation industry groups, flight attendants and lawmakers want the government to do more to stop it. The Federal Aviation Administration says it has received …

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The Senate to vote on the S1 bill for the people

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, DN.Y., joined by Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., Left and Sen. Jeff Merkley, D-Ore., Spoke at a news conference to announce the introduction of S. 1. , Washington People Act Wednesday, March 17, 2021 Caroline Bremen CQ-Roll Call, Inc. | Getty Images Senate Republicans are poised to block a stretched bill on democratic voting rights and …

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Liberal media continues to evaporate after Cinema reiterates support for filibuster

Headlines in the media on June 22 The Washington Post is about to report on the “evolution” of Stacey Abrams and Democrats on voter identification, Dave Portnoy, who opposes the “dishonest loser” who ignores the Barstool Fund in criticizing the founder, and Megan McCain is concerned about Biden on abortion, rounding out today’s top headlines in the media Liberal journalists …

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Driver who killed man at Pride parade regrets “terrible accident”

The 77-year-old driver, who accidentally slaughtered three of his supporters in Florida at a gay choir at a Pride parade, said he would keep the friend who died “in my heart forever.” “It was a terrible accident and I sincerely regret all those affected by this tragic event,” Fred Johnson Jr. said in a statement Monday after being identified as …

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Senator Kennedy curses Dems’ “cynical” bill: “The People’s Law”

Sen. John F. Kennedy, R-La., In Fox & Friends on Tuesday described the Democratic Reform Bill, called the People Act, as an “extremely cynical” move that would facilitate fraud. CHAIRMAN OF RNC MCDANIEL: THE DEMS CONTINUE TO PROMOTE THE ELECTORAL INTEGRITY WITH S1. HE’S FOR POLY, NOT PEOPLE JOHN KENNEDY: This is an extremely cynical bill, in my opinion, even …

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