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US warns Americans to flee from the gates of Kabul airport

UPDATE: A large explosion indeed occurred Thursday at one of the gates to the airport. You can check for updates here with the Associated Press, which still has reporters on the ground in Kabul. Original article: This is the result of one of the many errors of the Biden withdrawal from Afghanistan: Abandoning Bagram Airbase, which is now in the hands of the Taliban. There

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Robert F. Kennedy killer Sirhan Sirhan might receive parole Friday

The killer of Robert F. Kennedy, who in 1968 may have been on his way to the White House when he was cut down, may benefit from the leftist new approach to criminals. He has been denied parole many times before. But his chances of gaining it this time may be better than ever. According to the Washington Post: Sirhan B. Sirhan, convicted of the

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Harris negatives ‘unprecedented’ for a vice president

According to the Washington Examiner: “America just doesn’t have a good ‘feeling’ about Vice President Kamala Harris. “Going back 28 years in NBC polling, no other new vice president has been welcomed so coldly by Americans as the Democrat and first woman in the job. “In the latest survey, pollster Bill McInturff pointed out her low positive rating, at 37%, and tweeted this morning, “VP

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House Dem and Republican travel secretly to Kabul and suggest Biden should be ‘ashamed’

Reps. Seth Moulton, D-Mass., and Peter Meijer R-Mich., are Iraq war veterans and patriots who traveled to the airport in Kabul secretly Tuesday to assess the situation for themselves. They found, first of all, that we won’t get all Americans and our Afghan allies out by the original deadline of Sept. 11, let alone the current one of Aug. 31. And they said “Washington” should

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Biden Schedule | Wednesday, August 26, 2021

9:30 am | Receives the President’s Daily Brief 10:00 am | Meets with his national security team to hear intelligence, security, and diplomatic updates on Afghanistan; Situation Room 2:00 pm | Meets with members of his Cabinet to discuss cybersecurity; East Room 4:30 pm | Signs to law H.R. 1448, the “Puppies Assisting Wounded Servicemembers for Veterans Therapy Act” 4:30 pm | Signs into law

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