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Hey, Whatever Happened to John Durham’s Critics?

Way back in November 2019 – what feels like a lifetime ago – I wrote what was then the most detailed and thorough profile of longtime federal prosecutor John Durham in print.

Biden’s Contradictions

On the menu today: The public remarks of President Biden get covered by the national news media, but they tend to come and go with minimal impact, in large part because the president just blurts out whatever sounds good in his head, regardless of its accuracy, and he frequently contradicts himself.

The Life of Brandon

The instant meme is not exactly a new low in American politics, as progressives would have you believe.

The Wit and Wisdom of Thomas Sowell

A walk through some of the legendary economist’s most quotable lines.

Canceling Thomas Jefferson

After more than a century, the New York City Council is removing a statue of Thomas Jefferson from its chamber. The decision, which was made by the New York City Public Design Commission, was unanimous.

Jussie Smollett to Go to Trial after Judge Declines Dismissal Request

Jussie Smollett, the actor who allegedly falsely claimed he was the victim of a racist and homophobic hate crime, will stand trial beginning next month, after a Chicago judge denied his request to dismiss the case over his false police report.

Walmart CRT Training Encourages Employees to Accept That ‘White Is Not Right’

Walmart has put more than 1,000 employees through a critical race theory training that teaches that the U.S. is a “white supremacy system” and that white trainees are guilty of “white supremacy thinking” and “internalized racial superiority,” according to a new report.

The U.S. Supply Chain Makes No Sense

This crisis should prompt a rethinking of the needless inefficiencies we foist on ourselves.

Garland’s Conflict of Interest in the DOJ Intimidation of Parents

The potential problem underscores how little thought went into the offensive memo issued in the AG’s name.

After Mandating Masks Outdoors, Oregon’s Active COVID-19 Cases Increased 73 Percent

On August 24, Oregon governor Kate Brown instated a state masking requirement that requires everyone five years and older, regardless of vaccination status, to wear a mask, face covering, or face shield in outdoor spaces if they are less than six feet apart from individuals not in their household.

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