Culture Wars/Current Controversies

Why the Hunter Biden Case Likely Won’t Go to Trial

August 2 2023

 

Why the Hunter Biden Case Likely Won’t Go to Trial

NEWS
By Fred Lucas

The judge would likely accept a new deal that narrowly defined the conditions of immunity as not to include crimes such as violations of the Foreign Agents Registration Act or other potential crimes.

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Nobel Prize-Winning Scientist Has Speech Canceled After Saying ‘Climate Change Is Not a Crisis’

NEWS
By Virginia Allen

“Any scientific information that differs from the ‘consensus’ opinion of man-made catastrophic warming continues to be systematically suppressed,” says Gregory Wrightstone of the CO2 Coalition.

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EXCLUSIVE: GOP Senators Demand Answers From Smithsonian Nominees on Drag Shows, Trans Events, and CRT

NEWS
By Fred Lucas

The senators ask the nominees, “Do you think it is appropriate for the American Women’s History Museum to include biological males when Congress did not authorize this inclusion?”

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House Spending Bills Have Welcome Cuts but Still Leave Billions in Potential Savings on the Table

COMMENTARY
By David Ditch

The bills lack the substantial cuts necessary to trim the deficit and stop the rampant inflation being caused by excessive government spending.

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‘A Heyday for Oakland Criminals’: Local NAACP Demands Prosecution of Criminals, Hiring More Police

NEWS
By Kenneth Schrupp

“We urge African Americans to speak out and demand improved public safety,” write Cynthia Adams, president of the Oakland branch of the NAACP, and Bishop Bob Jackson, a pastor.

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How Unrest in France After Police-Involved Killing Compared With Riots After George Floyd’s Death

ANALYSIS
By Samantha Aschieris

Ellie Krasne-Cohen, a visiting fellow at Independent Women’s Forum and an American living in France, discusses the deadly French shooting, and differences with how French and U.S. media covered the incident.

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Far Left Battles to Enshrine Abortion Into Ohio Constitution

NEWS
By Mary Margaret Olohan

“We’ve had a lot of great political victories here in Ohio, but that can be taken away from us if out-of-state interests come in and buy our Constitution,” says Sen. JD Vance.

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Enjoy Your Water Heater—While You Still Can

COMMENTARY
By Alex Gage

This is the latest round in the administration’s ongoing home-invasion campaign in the name of stopping climate change and saving the world, all while making life harder for everyday Americans.

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ICYMI: Trump Campaign Compares New Indictment With Nazi, Soviet Tactics

NEWS
By Fred Lucas

“Why was [the indictment] announced the day after the big Crooked Joe Biden scandal broke out from the Halls of Congress?” the Trump campaign asks in a statement.

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ICYMI: Teamsters Sacrifices 30,000 Workers: 3 Ways Union Contributed to Yellow Trucking’s Demise

COMMENTARY
By Rachel Greszler

After 99 years in business, trucking giant Yellow Corp. shut down its operations. Its 30,000 employees will lose their jobs.

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