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FBI’s political jihad against American white whales
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FBI’s political jihad against American white whales

ANALYSIS/OPINION: His name is John and he is a patriotic American. He is a law-abiding citizen who works as an electrical engineer. He pays his taxes and coaches youth sports. He is married, owns a home in Gaithersburg, Maryland, and is a good neighbor. Yet, in this world of mass murderers, brainsick terrorists and unknown illegals streaming across our southern border, the FBI has become obsessed with John. Agents come to his house and bang on his door. They call him at work. They persistently threaten him with ominous questions. John is not suspected of plotting to blow up an RV in downtown Nashville. The FBI doesn’t suspect he is planning on shooting up a grocery store in Boulder, Colorado. He is not on their radar for ideations about deploying pressure cooker bombs at the Boston Maratho...
GOP officials cite costs of early voting, federalizing elections in Democrats’ bill
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GOP officials cite costs of early voting, federalizing elections in Democrats’ bill

Republicans say the cost of administering early voting is a reason to allow states to dictate how, and for how long, their voters can go to the polls. Congressional Democrats’ massive elections bill would require states to have at least two weeks of early voting in an attempt to nationalize election standards. Liberal lawmakers say the requirement would give more voters a chance to participate in democracy. But North Carolina Republican Party Chairman Michael Whatley said states must account and pay for poll observers and election workers for the duration of early voting. For that reason, individual states, not the federal government, should be allowed to set their own timelines, he said. “There certainly would be more costs,” Mr. Whatley said. “You have the same level of supervision from ...
FBI gun checks in March break all-time record
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FBI gun checks in March break all-time record

Nearly 4.7 million gun background checks were run through the FBI’s national instant check system in March, the highest monthly total in the more than 20 years since the system was created. The number jumped as President Biden and Congress started to weigh new controls and stricter background checks after shootings in California, Colorado and Georgia. The 4.7 million checks broke the record of 4.3 million in January and marked a 25% increase from a then-record 3.7 million checks in March 2020, when there was a run on firearms as the scope of the COVID-19 pandemic was becoming clearer. The checks aren’t a one-to-one correlation with gun sales, but they are used as a general approximation for the health of the market. Larry Hyatt, owner of Hyatt Guns in North Carolina, said he saw a bit of a...
Virginia Supreme Court rules Confederate statues of Lee, Jackson can come down
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Virginia Supreme Court rules Confederate statues of Lee, Jackson can come down

The Virginia Supreme Court ruled Thursday that the city of Charlottesville can remove two Confederate statues, including one of Robert E. Lee that became the flashpoint for a violent White supremacist rally in August 2017. Justice S. Bernard Goodwyn said Charlottesville could take down the statues of Lee and Gen. Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson because a 1997 state law protecting war memorials does not apply retroactively to statues erected before the law was enacted. The ruling culminates years of legal battles involving attempts to preserve the Civil War memorials. “In the present case, the statues were erected long before there was a statute, which both authorized a city’s erection of a war memorial or monument and regulated the disturbance of or interference with that war memorial or monume...
Orange, California, shooting leaves multiple people dead: Reports
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Orange, California, shooting leaves multiple people dead: Reports

A mass shooting and gun battle Wednesday night in Southern California left at least four people dead and two others injured. According to TV station KNBC, citing the Metro City Fire Authority Dispatch, four people died at the scene, a business park in Orange, and two others were transported to nearby hospitals. Lt. Jennifer Amat, a spokeswoman for the Orange Police Department, said one of the deaths was a child. The Los Angeles Times reported that “officers were fired on as they arrived, and they returned fire.” The gunman was wounded and hospitalized in the gunfight with the police, though there were reportedly multiple arrests. Police did not immediately identify any suspects. TV station KABC reported that two bodies were visible outside the building — “one on a second-floor walkway and ...
Navy Sea Shield exercise in Black Sea sends Russia a message
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Navy Sea Shield exercise in Black Sea sends Russia a message

The guided-missile cruiser USS Monterey passed through the Bosporus and back into the Mediterranean Sea last week, signaling more than just the end of Sea Shield 2021, U.S. commanders said. It was also a stark reminder to Moscow that the Black Sea is not just a Russian lake. “Our operations in the Black Sea demonstrate our commitment to NATO partners and support the provision of stability in the maritime environment,” said Capt. Joseph A. Baggette, commander of the Monterey. The Monterey and the USS Thomas Hudner, a Navy destroyer, participated in Sea Shield 2021, a multinational naval exercise hosted by Romania. They trained alongside naval forces from several countries in the region, including Albania, Bulgaria and Croatia. Along with learning how to fight together even if the participan...
‘Excelsior Pass’ vaccine passport for Yankee Stadium entry pushes MLB into pandemic politics
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‘Excelsior Pass’ vaccine passport for Yankee Stadium entry pushes MLB into pandemic politics

Take me out to the ballgame — and bring your vaccine passport. Fans heading to Yankee Stadium for Opening Day baseball Thursday can use New York’s “Excelsior Pass” as proof of COVID-19 vaccination to enter the limited-attendance game, providing an early and visible tryout of verification codes that are swiftly becoming a flashpoint in pandemic politics. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, a Democrat, embraced the technology in a partnership with IBM, but South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem, a Republican, called vaccine passports “oppressive” and “un-American.” Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis said he plans to forbid such requirements in Florida. Issuing vaccine passports is considered a way to help businesses, eateries and entertainment hot spots open safely by letting people know that others nearby are gen...
VOA record-keeping mandate brings fresh tensions
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VOA record-keeping mandate brings fresh tensions

The agency that oversees the U.S. government’s overseas broadcasting operations is facing controversy over rules requiring reporters at Voice of America to document conversations with sources under federal record-keeping law. Several VOA reporters expressed opposition to taking computer screenshots as a way of recording conversations with sources and warned that the federal government’s official news outlet will be unable to protect sources under the policy change. The U.S. Agency for Global Media (USAGM), the parent agency to VOA, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty and other official and semi-official broadcast outlets, has been embroiled in controversy since the Trump administration. The latest revolt at VOA involves reporters opposing Biden administration-appointed USAGM leaders who say th...
Infectious disease experts say coronavirus mutations will make vaccines useless within a year
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Infectious disease experts say coronavirus mutations will make vaccines useless within a year

Many infectious disease specialists say that the first generation of coronavirus vaccines will be ineffective within a year and that some populations will need new or modified shots. In a survey of 77 epidemiologists from 28 countries, two-thirds said coronavirus mutations could render most of the current vaccines ineffective within a year. Nearly one-third predicted nine months or less and about 18% estimated six months or less, according to the People’s Vaccine Alliance. The survey, released Tuesday, was conducted between Feb. 17 and March 25 and included responses from epidemiologists, virologists and infection disease specialists from Columbia University, Johns Hopkins University, Imperial College, the University of Cambridge, the Danish Medical Association and the University of Cape T...