White House officials contrasted the weekend’s successful, peaceful protests with those from the weekend prior, which injured roughly 60 United States Secret Service agents and 40 National Park Police officers. In total, the White House estimates that more than 700 federal, state, and local law enforcement officers have been injured by violence stemming from the protests. … [Read more...] about EXCLUSIVE: Trump’s National Guard ‘Surge’ Allowed George Floyd Protesters To ‘Demonstrate Safely,’ White House Says
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The historical context to all this is, of course, important. We can’t judge America’s founders by 2020 standards. The world they inhabited was different, but even back then, some pointed out the hypocrisy of a country with a legal regime governing slavery claiming to believe in the rights of all men. It’s also important to temper that criticism with the knowledge that slavery is not a fundamentally American institution. It has existed throughout history, all over the world. It still exists today in some parts of the world. Left-wing teachers don’t include these sorts of facts in their lessons because they don’t help their preferred narrative, so many kids aren’t even aware of them. … [Read more...] about PATEL: Is America Good?
Cono Trezza who lost his Sea Bright pizzeria during Sandy, says he’s not worried about the storm wiping out his storefront this time. It’s the financial impact he says that will devastating. The tropical storm is crushing one of the few weekends he has left since COVID-19 ravaged the rest. … [Read more...] about Tropical Storm Fay Brings Heavy Rain And Flooding To Parts Of New Jersey
"Because it was, in fact, the Confederacy that initially wanted to kick out federal officials who wanted to destroy America and change it to something different," Gaetz said. "I think America was worth defending in the 1860s, and she's certainly worth defending today." … [Read more...] about Matt Gaetz: War on America’s monuments is ‘attempted cultural genocide’
International students typically pay the highest rates of tuition at universities, and others work as teaching assistants who help faculty and often teach their own courses, according to N.C. State’s Nance. He said losing those students would cause a problem financially and logistically as universities are trying to be very careful about the student to faculty ratio and the need for social distancing. … [Read more...] about Foreign students in NC fear online classes mean deportation