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KSTP

WASHINGTON NEWS LOCAL

NATIONAL REVIEW

THE NEW REPUBLIC

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    The New Republic

  • VideoElite Conservatives Have Taken an Awfully Weird Turn
    An inkling of the Republican Party’s shocking underperformance in the midterms could be seen in a literal, not figurative, crusade. Allen West, former congressman and Texas Republican Party chairman, decided in September that the time was ripe to join the Knights Templar, the infamous sect of medieval soldier-monks. Photographed standing... Read more »
  • Thanksgiving Is Trapped In Nostalgia for a Lost Era of Harvest Festivals. It’s Time to Reckon With the Reality of American Farming.
    If fall is the season of agricultural cosplaying—apple picking, pumpkin carving, frantically posing in textiles developed before the advent of central heating—then Thanksgiving is the event toward which all the practice of September and October builds. Thanksgiving is many things, after all, but its aesthetic markers scream “harvest festival,” from... Read more »
  • How the Supreme Court Plans to Undermine Future Elections
    Democratic politicians, along with independents and Republicans who likewise revere democracy, are justifiably savoring 2022 midterm voters’ historic affirmation of the core principle of government by representatives elected by popular majorities. But these pro-democracy leaders must now pivot to confront an as yet unacknowledged elephant (pun intended) in the room—the... Read more »
  • Glenn Youngkin Blames Virginia Walmart Shooting on “Mental Health Crisis.” So What’s His Plan?
    Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin has already pivoted to blaming Tuesday night’s mass shooting on the U.S. “mental health crisis,” despite pushing policies that would actually have a detrimental effect on mental health care.Six people were killed and another four wounded when a gunman opened fire at a Walmart in Chesapeake,... Read more »
  • Where Does Herschel Walker Live? His Tax Records Say His Home Is In Texas.
    Herschel Walker has lied about paying for a girlfriend’s abortion, about graduating in the top 1% of his college class (or graduating at all), about being a police officer, and much, much more. And now it seems like he’s lying about where he even lives.The Georgia Senate candidate is receiving... Read more »
  • Tucker Carlson Guest Blames Trans People’s “Evil Agenda” for Colorado Springs Shooting
    Fox News host Tucker Carlson has taken his anti-LGBTQ rhetoric in the wake of the Colorado Springs shooting a step further, accusing the community of continuing to bring the violence on itself.Carlson’s guest Tuesday night was Jaimee Mitchell, the founder of Gays Against Groomers. The anti-trans group launched in June... Read more »
  • Glenn Youngkin, Who Supports No Gun Control, Is Heartbroken Over Virginia Walmart Shooting
    Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin, who promised to roll back gun control in the state of Virginia, now says he’s heartbroken after the latest shooting in his state.On Tuesday night, a gunman shot and killed six people at a Walmart in Chesapeake, Virginia, leaving at least another four hospitalized as of... Read more »

THE DAILY CALLER

THE NATION

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    The Nation

  • Club Q
    Steve Brodner Unpardonable turkey. The post Club Q appeared first on The Nation.... Read more »
  • COP27 Climate Conference Results?
    COP27 Climate Conference Results? The post COP27 Climate Conference Results? appeared first on The Nation.... Read more »
  • No One Can Take Away Our Joy
    Chase Strangio Across time and place, and amid grueling violence, trans people love and care for our own. The post No One Can Take Away Our Joy appeared first on The Nation.... Read more »
  • Nancy Pelosi’s Next Chapter
    John Nichols Instead of taking a behind-the-scenes role, Pelosi should spend her remaining time in Congress embracing and extending her commitment to human rights issues. The post Nancy Pelosi’s Next Chapter appeared first on The Nation.... Read more »
  • Climate Change Should Have Dominated the Midterms. It Didn’t.
    Tom Engelhardt When you think about how an ever more overheated planet is going to affect our children and grandchildren, shouldn’t global warming have been right at the top of any list? The post Climate Change Should Have Dominated the Midterms. It Didn’t. appeared first on The Nation.... Read more »
  • A Turning Point in the Search for Victims of Forced Disappearance
    Hanna Wallis Women from Medellín’s Comuna 13 neighborhood have fought for 20 years to excavate a mass grave site. Now, the search has finally begun. The post A Turning Point in the Search for Victims of Forced Disappearance appeared first on The Nation.... Read more »
  • Favorite Season
    Honey Goudard Unstitching the patriarchy. The post Favorite Season appeared first on The Nation.... Read more »

THE WEEK

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  • VideoAnthony Fauci says United States is 'certainly' still in COVID-19 pandemic
    Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert, believes the U.S. is still in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.  In an interview Sunday on NBC's Meet the Press, Fauci, who also serves as President Biden's chief medical advisor, said the United States was "certainly" dealing with the pandemic, despite Biden... Read more »
  • Disney's Strange World bombs at the box office
    Disney's Strange World didn't have much to be thankful for this weekend.  The animated film bombed over Thanksgiving weekend with a surprisingly low five-day total of just $18.6 million, among the worst openings for Disney animation in recent memory. For comparison, Pixar's The Good Dinosaur was considered a box office disappointment in 2015, and even that... Read more »
  • U.S. gives green light to Chevron to pump oil in Venezuela
    The U.S. federal government on Saturday granted petroleum company Chevron a limited license to resume pumping oil in Venezuela, marking the potential first step in ending a years-long embargo of Venezuelan oil production by the United States. In a press release, the Treasury Department said it had authorized Chevron to... Read more »
  • Chinese protests over COVID lockdowns reach boiling point in Beijing, Shanghai
    Mass protests continued in cities across China on Sunday in opposition to the country's strict COVID-19 lockdowns, with The Washington Post reporting that protests erupted in Beijing, Shanghai, and other metropolises.  Fireworks began last in the country last week following a deadly apartment fire in Urumqi, with The New York Times reporting at least 10... Read more »
  • 6 charming homes in Queens, New York
    Jackson Heights Courtesy image The Chateau is a 1922 landmarked building in a neighborhood of leafy streets, prewar homes, and multiethnic shops and dining. This renovated four-bedroom apartment has high ceilings, crown moldings, oversize windows, inlaid-wood floors, a living room with a wood-burning fireplace, a dining room, a modern kitchen... Read more »
  • The shadow over the World Cup
    The global soccer tournament is being hosted by Qatar, a theocratic petrostate with a terrible track record on human rights. Here's everything you need to know:  Why Qatar?  FIFA, the governing body of professional soccer, decided in 2010 to award the tiny Middle Eastern nation the right to host the... Read more »
  • What climate change means for Florida's future
    Florida has endured a particularly volatile storm season in 2022. In early September, Hurricane Ian tore through the area, devastating the state's southwest region and killing more than 100 people. Ian was swiftly followed by Hurricane Nicole, the first November hurricane to land in 36 years. Are Florida residents having a streak... Read more »

OTG NEWZ

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    OTG Newz

  • Top 20 backlinks to increase your site traffic
    https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js?client=ca-pub-7076269286414255 (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Do you want to boost the number of backlinks to your website? Backlinks play an important role in improving your search engine rankings.Your backlinks are one of the top search ranking factors for Google. The more high-quality backlinks to your website you can get,... Read more »
  • The damage done in Pakistan has to be repaired, Nawaz Sharif
    Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said that the damage done to Pakistan has to be repaired.Nawaz Sharif said that it would take time to revive the national economy.Pakistan Peoples Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari held a joint news conference after meeting Nawaz Sharif in London. https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js?client=ca-pub-7076269286414255 (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle... Read more »
  • Bilawal, Nawaz Sharif's joint press conference
    Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is holding a press conference with Bilawal Bhutto Zardari.Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said that the damage done to Pakistan has to be repaired. https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js?client=ca-pub-7076269286414255 (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Nawaz Sharif said that it would take time to revive the national economy.Bilawal Bhutto... Read more »
  • Meet the world's oldest dog
    Guinness World Records recently reported the world's oldest dog. https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js?client=ca-pub-7076269286414255 According to a report, Toby Keith, a 21-year-old dog from Florida, received the award.Toby Keith's boss described her as loving, beautiful and a little protective.He told the Guinness Book of World Records that he fed his dog a high-protein diet,... Read more »
  • Difficult decisions will have to be made to manage the economy, says Shahid Khaqan Abbasi
    Karachi: Former Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi says that nowhere in the world is petrol getting less than the purchase price, difficult decisions will have to be taken to manage the economy. https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js?client=ca-pub-7076269286414255 (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Talking to media after appearing in the accountability court in Karachi, former... Read more »
  • A little guest is expected to arrive at Maria Sharapova's house soon
    Former Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova has announced on the occasion of her 35th birthday that she is expecting her first child soon. https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js?client=ca-pub-7076269286414255 (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Maria Sharapova shared a photo of herself on the photo and video sharing app Instagram."It's a precious start," he wrote, sharing... Read more »
  • Bilawal Bhutto leaves for London to meet former PM Nawaz Sharif
    According to reports, Pakistan People's Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has left for London without taking oath. He will meet Nawaz Sharif there. https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js?client=ca-pub-7076269286414255 (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); According to sources, Bilawal will stay in London for 2 to 3 days and his first engagement during his stay there... Read more »

NEW EUROPE

DAILY GOOD

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  • Nipun Mehta: A Deeper Thanksgiving
    On a recent episode of the podcast Gray Matter, renowned broadcaster, Michael Krasny, talks with ServiceSpace founder, Nipun Mehta. "As a small sampling of the conversation's many gems, we touched on the hierarchy of generosity, and the ability to 'throw a better party' when we replace transactions with relationships. Nipun... Read more »
  • This Land is Their Land
    "Most of us who are not Wampanoag or American Indian will never fully grasp the raw emotions indigenous people associate with Thanksgiving.[...]If how we tell history is one of the ways we shape our present and future, we can do no better than to rethink the myth of the First... Read more »
  • Uncommon Gratitude
    "When I receive a gift I am acutely conscious of both the gift and the giver, and gratitude spreads through me. This gratitude coalesces into a wish to give something back. I long to please my giver, endow that generous benefactor with something that will offer comfort, nourishment, and delight... Read more »
  • Thanksgiving Blessings
    From the team at Gratefulness.org comes this rich compilation of, "blessings, prayers, and invocations from diverse traditions, for meal times, gatherings, and Grateful Living."... Read more »
  • Fostering Self-Organization
    "When working in collaboration with others, where theres no single person in charge and the way forward is unclear, it can be hard to know when to lead and when to follow. In these situations, you may hope that people spontaneously self-organize to get things done, but the reality is... Read more »
  • Ross Gay: Inciting Joy
    "Now that weve defined joy, and concluded it is important, there are two guiding inquiries in this book. First, I mean to investigate what practices, habits, rituals, understandings you know, the stuff we do and think and believemake joy more available to us. What in our lives prepares the ground... Read more »
  • The Man Who Planted Trees
    "Who says a single person can't make a difference? This Academy Award-winning short film, based on a story by Jean Giono, was created in 1987 by renowned animator Frederick Back. It beautifully showcases one shepherd's long and successful effort to re-forest a desolate valley in the foothills of the Alps... Read more »

POSITIVE NEWS

OPTIMIST DAILY

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    The Optimist Daily: Making Solutions the News

  • Detroit’s two new EV-charging roads will let drivers power up on the go
    Last year, The Optimist Daily wrote an article about how the state government in Indiana was testing roads that could charge EV vehicles while they were being driven. Now, it seems this technology is leaping forward in Detroit. Inductive charging technology is being connected to two short roadways in Detroit,... Read more »
  • Native American Heritage Month and how to be an ally this Thanksgiving
    Native American Heritage Month begins in November, a month when many Americans celebrate Thanksgiving. While this cultural month has excellent intentions, it is significantly more complicated for Native Americans. Thanksgiving is a difficult period for many Native Americans because of the numerous massacres that occurred around this time. In fact, many... Read more »
  • How to avoid these 5 common virtual interview mistakes
    TopResume’s recent hiring survey found a pandemic-inspired work trend that will persist into the new year: virtual interviews. Five major slip-ups emerged when hiring managers were asked to name the biggest mistakes an applicant could commit during a video conference. Fortunately, with proper planning, these errors are easily avoided. Follow the... Read more »
  • How to have an affordable Thanksgiving— even while turkey prices soar
    It’s true— turkey prices are on the rise this year. Unlike last year’s holiday season, when supply chain and labor issues created ingredient shortages, there should be enough frozen turkeys for everyone this year. However, avian flu outbreaks and the impact of inflation on fuel, feed, and labor expenses have... Read more »
  • How tiger sharks help researchers map the world’s largest seagrass system
    Tiger sharks have a symbiotic connection with seagrass habitats, acting as the apex predator to prevent overgrazing by other species while patrolling the underwater meadows for food. Using cameras affixed to their backs, scientists investigating these species have used their free-roaming inclinations to map out the world’s largest seagrass system.... Read more »
  • Are egg whites the missing ingredient for cheap effective water filtration?
    As microplastic contamination and the lack of drinkable water worsen, finding efficient technologies to filter and desalinate seawater becomes increasingly vital. A novel airgel, fabricated from egg whites, shows great promise. An egg-citing concept Professor Craig Arnold of Princeton University came up with the idea at a faculty meeting when... Read more »
  • For the first time ever young people have a “seat at the table” at COP27
    This year’s United Nations Climate Change Conference in Egypt, more commonly referred to as COP27, is the first ever to give children an official platform: the Children and Youth Pavilion. Considering how young activists like Vanessa Nakate and Greta Thunberg have led the climate campaign in recent years, and the fact that... Read more »

DEFENSE ONE

READING SEXY

WORLD NEWS DNA

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    World News DNA

  • Marvel faced severe criticism for creating the first Israeli superhero
    CALIFORNIA: After Marvel introduced the first Israeli superhero, there is an uproar on social media and Marvel continues to be heavily criticized.Shira Haas, the first Israeli superhero of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, is set to star as Rath Bat Seraph aka "Sabra" in the next Captain America movie.Marvel's recent move... Read more »
  • Modi government has made praying a crime, the video of torture on a worshiper has gone viral
    Another video of India's extremist Hindus harassing Muslims for praying has come to light.According to foreign media, the incident of harassing Muslims and making a video that went viral on social media took place in the city of Shahjahanpur in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.Extremist Hindus made Muslims going... Read more »
  • Maulana Abdul Aziz captured Lal Masjid once again
     The Lal Masjid in Islamabad was occupied once again, under the leadership of Maulana Abdul Aziz, the ex-Khatib of the Lal Masjid, the mosque was occupied by around 200 people, including youth, minors and armed men.According to the report, the police have cordoned off the perimeter of the Lal Masjid... Read more »
  • Now robots will treat strokes and cerebral palsy
    The good news in the medical world is that magnetic robots have been developed that can treat strokes and cerebral palsy.Paralysis or rupture of the cerebral artery is considered a dangerous and deadly disease.A stroke patient may face two situations, one in which a blood clot gets stuck somewhere and... Read more »
  • Decision to include life-saving CPR in training curriculum
    ISLAMABAD: The government of Pakistan has decided to include life-saving CPR in the training curriculum.According to details, Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif has taken important steps for the improvement of health sector in Pakistan and directed to conduct CPR training nationwide.The Prime Minister directed Salman Sufi, Head of Strategic Reforms, to... Read more »
  • Pakistani-born Zahid Qureshi became the first Muslim federal judge in American history
    The appointment of Pakistani-born Judge Zahid Qureshi has set a new record in the United States. Zahid Qureshi, a New Jersey district court judge, is the first American Muslim to hold the post, and the first Asian American to sit on a state federal bench. President Biden nominated Zahid Qureshi as a... Read more »
  • 5 SpaceX employees fired for writing critical letter against Elon Musk
    Rocket company SpaceX has fired at least five employees for writing a letter of criticism against Elon Musk.A New York Times report quoted people familiar with the matter as saying that Elon Musk had been criticized by hundreds of SpaceX employees in an open letter to company officials.Following the letter,... Read more »

UK DEFENCE JOURNAL

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    UK Defence Journal

  • Ukraine praises ‘wonderful, powerful’ Britain as ‘most sincere friend’
    Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called on leaders in the west to "follow the example of the United Kingdom" when Prime Minister Boris Johnson conducted a surprise visit to the capital of Ukraine at the weekend. The post Ukraine praises ‘wonderful, powerful’ Britain as ‘most sincere friend’ first appeared on UK... Read more »
  • British carrier completes largest Arctic exercise since Cold War
    British aircraft carrier HMS Prince of Wales led more than 3,000 sailors and Royal Marines inside the Arctic Circle to demonstrate the UK’s commitment to "safeguarding Europe’s ‘northern flank’ against any aggressor". The post British carrier completes largest Arctic exercise since Cold War first appeared on UK Defence Journal.... Read more »
  • Shipbuilding misinformation continues to spread in Scotland
    It has been incorrectly claimed that that number of warships to be built in Scotland reduced to eight ships. The post Shipbuilding misinformation continues to spread in Scotland first appeared on UK Defence Journal.... Read more »
  • Britain takes command of NATO jets defending Romania
    Britain has taken command of NATO’s air policing mission in Romania. The post Britain takes command of NATO jets defending Romania first appeared on UK Defence Journal.... Read more »
  • Britain sending more fighter jets to Eastern Europe
    Together with eight Typhoons stationed in Cyprus, this uplift will bring the total number of RAF fighter jets stationed in the region to 14. The post Britain sending more fighter jets to Eastern Europe first appeared on UK Defence Journal.... Read more »
  • Britain sending additional £100m worth of military equipment to Ukraine
    Speaking at a press conference today, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that the UK will send a further £100m of lethal aid to Ukraine, including more anti-aircraft missiles, anti-tank missiles and loitering munitions. The post Britain sending additional £100m worth of military equipment to Ukraine first appeared on UK Defence... Read more »
  • Britain to purchase 100 extra Boxer armoured vehicles
    100 extra Boxer armoured vehicles are to be purchased for the British Army, bringing the order to a new total of 623 vehicles. The post Britain to purchase 100 extra Boxer armoured vehicles first appeared on UK Defence Journal.... Read more »

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