October 21, 2020

U.S. Politics

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Biden vows to re-institute assault weapons ban
Despite a lack of evidence that banning assault weapons reduces crime, Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden said, as president, he intends to re-institute a ban on the firearms. Read More.
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LA mayor politicizes wildfires devastating west
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said that if President Donald Trump really wanted to help, he should acknowledge climate change and get the U.S. back in the Paris climate accord. Read More.
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Trump team slams Biden’s troops ad
Legal counsel for President Donald Trump's re-election campaign is demanding that a Joe Biden campaign ad promoting the Atlantic story which cites anonymous sources as saying Trump disparaged military personnel be banned on Twitter and Facebook. Read More.
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Trump drives GOP registration surge in Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania, a key state in President Donald Trump's 2016 victory, has seen a surge in voter registration for the Republican Party, a report noted. Read More.
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Early voter fraud already under investigation by legal foundation
Analysts estimate that 80 million Americans will vote by mail in the 2020 general election. Read More.
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Meet a wealthy white BLM member from the Upper East Side
After what authorities called a three-hour rampage that caused at least $100,000 in damage to the Flatiron District in Manhattan, Clara Kraebber was arrested and is facing felony rioting and misdemeanor graffiti charges. Read More.
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After summer of Left's violence, gun-toting GOP candidate blasted
A Georgia congressional candidate says she has no plans to back down to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi or the so-called "Squad" of socialist Democrats after Pelosi called one of the candidate's campaign posts featuring the "Squad" a "threat of violence." Read More.
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NC has 16 times more mail-in ballot requests than in 2016
North Carolina election officials said the first wave of mail-in ballot requests largely came from Democrat and independent voters. Read More.
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Report: Election boards not ready for first-ever mass-mail vote
The outdated vote by mail procedures used by local election boards will be a major problem for America's first mass-mail vote, the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) said. Read More.
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Texas sues major county to stop massive, illegal mail-in vote
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has filed a lawsuit to stop the clerk of Harris County from sending mail-in ballots to all of the county's 2.4 million registered voters. Read More.
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Tyranny check: Massachusetts students vs Uighurs in China
Massachusetts and China may be far apart geographically, but, medically speaking the U.S. state "is not so far removed" from the communist nation, a columnist noted. Read More.
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Mayor of locked-down city dined indoors, out of town
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney's coronavirus lockdown order includes a ban on indoor dining in the city's restaurants. Read More.
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BLM approval peaked in June as violence trumps race strategy
The violence in the streets of American cities is "becoming a problem for election-year Democrats," a columnist noted. Read More.
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Silenced majority? Republicans more inhibited with pollsters
Republicans and independents are twice as likely as Democrats to conceal who they plan to vote for in November, a new study found. Read More.
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Biden consistently downplayed cornonavirus in early stages
Joe Biden is "politically vulnerable" on the coronavirus pandemic and President Donald Trump "should prosecute that case," Karl Rove noted in an Aug. 26 op-ed for the Wall Street Journal. Read More.

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