Rachel Maddow Warns of ‘Terrible’ News, But Once Again Her Effort to Take Down Trump Implodes Fabulously

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MSNBC television anchor Rachel Maddow, host of the Rachel Maddow Show, moderates a panel, Monday, Oct. 16, 2017, at a forum called “Perspectives on National Security,” at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, on the campus of Harvard University, in Cambridge, Mass. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)How is the left so constantly wrong?We saw it as they pushed the Russia...

Manufacturing Held Up Better Than Rest of the Economy During Coronavirus Crisis

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Manufacturing added 356,000 workers in June and 250,000 in May. April was virtually unchanged. Two hundred and ninety thousand of the most recent gains were in durable goods manufacturing, largely reflecting the reopening of auto plants. Manufacturing jobs held up much better than the broader economy, suggesting that they are more reslient in the face of a public health care...

Hawley: Black Lives Matter ‘Trying to Hijack’ Conversation About Justice for George Floyd for ‘Own Political Marxist Agenda’

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Thursday on Fox News Channel's "Fox & Friends," Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) called the Black Lives Matter organization a "Marxist" organization in offering his assessment of the statement of beliefs posted on the group's website. The Missouri Republican warned Black Lives Matter was attempting to "hijack" the narrative away from George Floyd, who died while in the custody of Minneapolis...

Facebook Admits to Improperly Sharing User Data – Again

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Mashable reports that social media giant Facebook has once again admitted to sharing user data with third-party developers even after specifically telling users it would cease doing so. In a blog post, Facebook announced that thousands of developers received updates to users' non-public information long past the point when they should have. Facebook stated that for an unspecified amount of...

Cardinal Zen Prepared for Arrest Under Hong Kong Security Law

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"If right and proper words were considered against their law, I will endure all the suing, trials, and arrests. Numerous predecessors have endured similarly," the 88-year-old cardinal said in a video posted on Facebook. "Perhaps they are truly insane. Who knows? Let them be then," the cardinal said. "Isn't there a saying: 'Those whom God wishes to destroy, he first...

‘Forced Labor’: U.S. Seizes $800,000 of Human Hair from China’s Uyghur Region

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Multiple reports have concluded that China has established concentration camps to repress and eliminate the Uyghur, Kazakh, and Kyrgyz Muslim ethnic minorities in Xinjiang, the largest and westernmost province in the country. For years, Chinese officials have insisted that the camps are "vocational training" institutes where underprivileged minorities obtain job skills that improve their chances of a prosperous...

Delingpole: Black Lives Matter – the Backlash Begins…

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A month ago, you could scarcely move for politicians, academics, sportsmen, showbiz luvvies and other members of the wankerati flaunting their allegiance to this apparently noble cause... But today, as quickly as they embraced it, it now seems that they can't dissociate themselves from it fast enough. The BBC, formerly one of BLM's champions (obvs.), has now forbidden its presenters and...

Nolte: Movies Are About to Suck Like ‘Captain Marvel’ for a Very Long Time

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It was the bridge feature between Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame, it was a crucial piece in the puzzle of a decade-long franchise that had captured the world's imagination. But it still sucked, and the worse news is that it is a depressing preview of what's coming... To be clear, the obnoxiously woke, preachy, mean-spirited, sexless, and humorless Captain...

Carney: Why We Cannot Afford to End Coronavirus Relief Now

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That would be premature. Enhanced unemployment benefits, direct grants to taxpayers, and the Paycheck Protection Program played a strong role in support income, spending, and employment. Allowing them to run off or expire now would risk creating conditions for a new crash in employment. Consider enhanced unemployment. There are currently 19,290,000 Americans receiving unemployment benefits. Allowing the federal government's $600 weekly...

Three Weeks After The Fact, Police Apologetically Make One Statue Toppler Arrest

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Edward Colston, a merchant and former parliamentarian who lived from 1636 to 1721, was for centuries considered something of a British Carnegie, endowing almshouses, hospital schools, and other charitable establishments in Bristol and across the wider country, and declining to marry on grounds that "every helpless widow is my wife and her distressed orphans my children". However, while he made...