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STAR TRIBUNE MINNEAPOLIS

KSTP

WASHINGTON NEWS LOCAL

NATIONAL REVIEW

THE NEW REPUBLIC

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    The New Republic

  • Sure, Impeach Clarence Thomas—but That’s Just for Starters
    I see that one million Americans have now signed the petition going around to impeach Justice Clarence Thomas. The petition, the work of MoveOn, cites Thomas’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, his vow in his concurring opinion that other privacy rights are next in his gunsights, and his refusal... Read more »
  • The Supreme Court’s Holy War Against Public Schools
    Two recent Supreme Court decisions have sounded, to many observers, like a death knell for the separation of church and state. The six conservative justices have torn a hole in the wall of separation, or taken a “sledgehammer to the bedrock” of the principle that the state must remain neutral... Read more »
  • After the Eviction Moratorium
    As soon as Martha moved into the one-bedroom apartment in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, shortly before Christmas 2019, she wanted to leave. The buzzer was broken, so Martha, who is asthmatic, had to walk down four flights to accept deliveries and let in visitors. The floors slanted noticeably toward the middle of... Read more »
  • Impunity Had a Great Year at the Supreme Court
    The Supreme Court’s most high-profile cases this term dealt with the scope of Americans’ constitutional rights: whether New Yorkers’ right to obtain concealed-carry licenses had been infringed, whether a high school football coach had the right to lead team members in prayer after games, and even whether a constitutional right... Read more »
  • The Problem With Moderate Democrats Is Not That They’re “Vanishing.” It’s That They Have No Ideas.
    The Democratic Party’s brand is toxic. Voters started to sour on Joe Biden last summer, and things have only gotten worse since: Inflation is out of control; the stock market is tanking; the economy may be on the verge of a recession. The only question about the upcoming midterm elections,... Read more »
  • The Supreme Court Appoints Itself to Be America’s Regulatory Czar
    The members of the ultraconservative Supreme Court supermajority have, of late, repeatedly insisted that they are conscientious jurists, not “political hacks.” This pose is getting harder to sustain. In fact, it now appears that these headstrong right-wing justices no longer care enough to keep up appearances as judicious callers of... Read more »
  • The Republican Plot to Turn Back the Clock Is Just Getting Started
    As told by former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson this week, on January 6, 2021, President Donald Trump went to a “Stop the Steal” rally, hoping to meet a crowd of armed and angry supporters whom he expected to personally lead to the U.S. Capitol; he lashed out when he... Read more »

THE DAILY CALLER

THE NATION

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    The Nation

  • Black Liberty
    Robin McCarthy Black America is America. The post Black Liberty appeared first on The Nation.... Read more »
  • Want to Give Israelis Seamless Travel? First You Have To Recognize Arab Americans as Americans.
    James Zogby For years, the State Department has failed to protect Arab Americans from mistreatment at the Israel-Palestine border. Now’s not the time to ignore that. The post Want to Give Israelis Seamless Travel? First You Have To Recognize Arab Americans as Americans. appeared first on The Nation.... Read more »
  • The GOP Is the Party of Gruesome Oil Profiteering
    John Nichols The Republican Party is trying to blame President Biden for spiking gas prices, even though it’s the Republicans who have blocked action. The post The GOP Is the Party of Gruesome Oil Profiteering appeared first on The Nation.... Read more »
  • The Care Workers of Rural India Are Ready to Strike
    Sanket Jain More than a million Accredited Social Health Activists, all of whom are female, were on the front lines of rural India’s Covid response. Now they are fighting for higher pay and better working conditions. The post The Care Workers of Rural India Are Ready to Strike appeared first... Read more »
  • When Massachusetts Representative Barney Frank Came Out
    Eric Orner An excerpt from Smahtguy, a graphic biography. The post When Massachusetts Representative Barney Frank Came Out appeared first on The Nation.... Read more »
  • Miguel Ángel Asturias’s Struggle Between Good and Evil
    Mario Vargas Llosa His novel Mr. President is a masterwork of political fiction and a prime example of linguistic beauty in the Latin American tradition.  The post Miguel Ángel Asturias’s Struggle Between Good and Evil appeared first on The Nation.... Read more »
  • 4th of July: GunDependence Day?
    Andrea Arroyo According to the Gun Violence Archive, in 2022, as of June 27 there have been 9,663 gun deaths, 18,261 gun injuries, and 292 mass shootings. The post 4th of July: GunDependence Day? appeared first on The Nation.... Read more »

THE WEEK

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    Rss

  • Highland Park shooting suspect was 'known to law enforcement'
    Police on Monday night apprehended a suspect who allegedly opened fire on an Independence Day parade in Highland Park, Illinois, killing six people and wounding dozens more. The suspect has been identified as Robert "Bobby" E. Crimo III, a 22-year-old white male who releases hip-hop music under the name "Awake... Read more »
  • Movie theaters ban rowdy teenagers in suits from Minions screenings after viral TikTok meme
    Suited-up teens may be going a bit too bananas for the new Minions.  Some movie theaters in the U.K. have banned teenagers in suits from screenings of Minions: The Rise of Gru amid the spread of a TikTok meme that involves showing up hilariously overdressed to the animated film, BBC News... Read more »
  • Joey Chestnut body slams animal-rights protester, wins hot dog eating contest
    Joey Chestnut racked up his 15th victory in the annual Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest on Monday, but only after he put an animal-rights protester in a headlock and slammed the interloper to the ground. Chestnut, who competed with one foot in a medical boot due to an injury, was... Read more »
  • Amber Heard asks judge to toss Depp verdict, citing alleged fake juror
    Amber Heard is asking a judge to toss the verdict in the Johnny Depp defamation trial, citing several factors including the possibility that one of the jurors wasn't properly vetted. In new legal documents, the Aquaman star's legal team asks a judge to throw out the verdict after she was... Read more »
  • Will abortion pills blunt the impact of overturning Roe v. Wade?
    The Supreme Court's Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization ruling on Friday overturned the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision that established a constitutional right to abortion. The new decision put the matter into the hands of the states, half of which are expected to ban or severely restrict abortion access.... Read more »
  • VideoWhat we know about the mysterious Barbie movie
    A mysterious live-action Barbie film with some surprising talent working behind-the-scenes has captivated the internet. Just what on Earth is this movie? Here's what we know so far:  Who's making the Barbie movie? A live-action Barbie movie surely wouldn't be generating so much attention among movie fans were it not... Read more »
  • Drug distributors win key federal opioid trial in hard-hit West Virginia county
    A federal judge in West Virginia sided with three major U.S. drug distributors on Monday, ruling that the drug companies can't be held responsible for the addiction epidemic in Cabell County after flooding the are with opioids. U.S. District Judge David Faber issued his 184-page ruling nearly a year after... 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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    DailyGood.org

  • Mozart's Starling
    "When beginning a new writing project, naturalist and author Lyanda Lynn Haupt takes her research seriously. For her book, Mozart's Starling, Haupt dutifully traveled to Austria, to see Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's birthplace and the famed composer's grave. But then she took one big step further. Because her book is inspired... Read more »
  • Zainika Jagasia: Mumbai's Inspiring 19-Year-Old Model & Baker
    "Zainika Jagasia's mother, Reshma Jagasia, says she had a gut feeling throughout her pregnancy that 'there was something wrong'. "It was almost like my child was talking to me all the time," she told The Quint. She stayed conscious during her C-section surgery and when the baby was born, the... Read more »
  • Letters from Two Gardens
    "In the late July swelter and dragonfly buzz of summer, poets Aimee Nezhukumatathil and Ross Gay began a correspondence of poems -- sent the old-fashioned way, through the mail. Aimee wrote from her flower garden in Fredonia, New York, Ross from his fruit and vegetable garden in Bloomington, Indiana. Here,... Read more »
  • The Divided Brain
    In this RSA produced video, the world of today is explained by Iain McGilchrist, a psychiatrist, writer, and former Oxford literary scholar. He came to prominence after the publication of his book The Master and His Emissary, subtitled The Divided Brain and the Making of the Western World. The words... Read more »
  • Three Hours of Free Time in Berkeley
    "Moving on, I began to notice feelings I'd never had as I walked past shops. The smaller ones, especially, touched me. Each spoke of someone throwing in on life, taking the chance of starting a business--a living drama, invisible, but present just behind the facades of each passing storefront. Life... Read more »
  • Returning to the Whole
    "What time is it on the clock of the world?" My mentor Grace Lee Boggs used to ask this question all the time, to anyone who came to visit and learn with her, in any meeting she attended, or speech she gave. She wanted us--her students, comrades, and community-- to... Read more »
  • Monkey Stories, the Best Kind of Stories
    "When the monkeys come we have to quickly close all the windows and close the doors that lead to the balconies because if we don't, the monkeys will come in and steal all our stuff. With their crinkly hands and perfect little finger-nails they reach in and grab whatever they... Read more »

POSITIVE NEWS

OPTIMIST DAILY

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    The Optimist Daily: Making Solutions the News

  • How to keep your garden snake-free
    We decided to dust off this older story which offers some great solutions.  In many parts of the world, the summer is also snake season, and now is the time to be wary. There are plenty of different kinds of snakes. Some are harmless and actually help out their hosts by... Read more »
  • 3 amazing environmentally friendly leather alternatives
    The global demand for leather takes a lot of cattle which are cruelly treated and contribute a great deal of greenhouse gasses. Not only that but the processes of tanning and crusting leather actually produce carcinogenic chemical runoff of dangerous heavy metals like chromium. These get into the water systems... Read more »
  • 4 things that keep Canadian traffic fatalities lower than the US
    While traffic-related fatalities increased in the United States by 19 percent between 2010 and 2020, Canadian rates declined by about the same amount in that time. Many consider Canada culturally very similar to the US, but when it comes to traffic safety, they have more European attitudes. Here are a... Read more »
  • This program seeks to end homelessness and incarceration
    We decided to dust off this important solution from not long ago.  Several factors can lead to homelessness: a lack of affordable housing, high costs of living, and even, sadly, mental illness. Another factor that contributes to homelessness, which is often overlooked, is incarceration. Many individuals serve their jail or prison... Read more »
  • Diagnosing hearing loss with a simple speech test
    According to the World Health Organization, more than 1.5 billion people live with some degree of hearing loss. Currently, to test the severity of an individual’s hearing defect, lengthy examinations are carried out or sometimes not at all. Research conducted by the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary provides a way... Read more »
  • Lake Tahoe town opts for environmentally friendly drone show this 4th
    While it is a stunning tradition to launch fireworks every 4th of July for America’s Independence Day, we can’t deny it’s a bit of a risk these days. Climate-change-fueled drought in regions like the American west incurs the risk of wildfires with this tradition.  One town in the touristic area... Read more »
  • Germany gets ahead of winter with its huge heating tower
    Germany has set to work on an enormous thermos to help heat its citizen’s homes this winter while stepping away from its reliance on Russia’s fossil fuel industry.  Germany’s huge heat tower The thermos tower, which stands at almost 150 feet and can store an astounding 15 million gallons of... Read more »

DEFENSE ONE

READING SEXY

WORLD NEWS DNA

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    World News DNA

  • 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 »
  • If Ukraine's war continues, the world will become a 'hell' from famine, UN
    The United Nations has warned that the economic effects of the Ukraine-Russia war could turn the world into "hell".David Beasley, director of the United Nations World Food Program (WFP), said the war, along with other elements, was proving disastrous for the world.Speaking at an event in the Ethiopian capital, Addis... Read more »
  • Pfizer and moderna covid vaccines approved for children under 5 in the United States
    The United States has approved the use of Moderna and Pfizer / Biotech 19 vaccines for children aged 6 months to 5 years.The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the use of both vaccines for children.But these vaccines will only be available to children if they are recommended... Read more »
  • Mismanagement probe: WWE CEO resigns
    Vince McMahon, chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) of professional wrestling company WWE, has resigned following an investigation into mismanagement.According to the British news agency Reuters, the WWE said on Friday that it has launched an investigation into the alleged misconduct against the company's chairman and chief executive Vince McMahon.The... 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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