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Video || Psaki: Biden backs teaching of critical race theory in schools

Oh, and Jen Psaki does too. But who care what she thinks? She is supposed to be the spokesperson for the president. Not for Jen Psaki. REPORTER: Delegates to the National Education Association, they approved a measure last week calling for support of, quote, “implementation of culturally responsive education, critical race theory, and ethnic studies curriculum” in preK-through-12 and higher education. The President is obviously

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Biden thinks Putin isn’t behind ransomware and believes he will act against it

President Biden spoke to the press briefly Friday about his ransomeware arrangement with President Putin, with whom he had earlier spoken on the phone. A reporter asked him about the call. Biden responded: Well, I made it very clear to him that — that the United States expects, when a ransomware operation is coming from his soil, even though it’s not — not sponsored by

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Psaki: Hunter Biden “has the right to pursue an artistic career”

Hunter Biden isn’t pursuing an art career. He’s making some paintings and upselling them for astronomical prices to cash in on his dad. I don’t know what that’s called exactly. But it’s not an “artistic career.” Psaki spoke during todays’ White House briefing: “I can tell you that after careful consideration, a system has been established that allows for Hunter Biden to work in his

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Trump and Pence threw a newspaper article at each other: Book

According to the Washington Examiner: Former Vice President Mike Pence “lost it” after former President Donald Trump threw a crumpled newspaper article at him in frustration, according to a report. The 2018 clash was cited as an example of Pence not being “practiced in confronting Trump” in an essay published on Thursday, adapted from Wall Street Journal senior White House reporter Michael Bender’s new book,

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Biden Schedule || Friday, July 9, 2021

10:00 am || Receives the President’s Daily Brief 1:30 pm || Delivers remarks and signs an executive order on promoting competition in the American economy; State Dining Room 5:15 pm || Departs White House 6:10 pm || Arrives Wilmington, Delaware All times Eastern Live stream of White House briefing at 12:30 pm ******* No scandals in the Obama administration? Seriously? Get Keith’s book today on

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Becerra walks back comment that your vaccine status is government’s business

This is how liberals think. Not that the government is granted rights by the people, whose rights come from God. But that the government gives you your rights. According to Politico: Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra on Thursday sought to clarify his argument that “it is absolutely the government’s business” to know which Americans have been vaccinated against the coronavirus, after facing backlash

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Video || Biden State Dept. spokesman gets torn apart by AP reporter

Matt Lee, the longtime Associated Press State Department correspondent, does not hesitate to to hold Democrat administrations accountable for their actions. It’s surprising that the AP keeps him around. On Tuesday, he tore up State Department spokesman Ned Price for seeming to blame the Trump administration for the decision to depart Afghanistan. Here is the exchange, which has been edited to shorten it. Price: “And

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Republicans set to hammer Biden when Taliban takes over Afghanistan

This is not so easy, because many Republicans support the withdrawal from Afghanistan. Nevertheless, Biden will be president while these scenes unfold, and so he will own it. According to the Washington Examiner: With President Joe Biden’s withdrawal from Afghanistan 90% complete and seemingly ahead of schedule, expect Republicans to zero in on Taliban gains and any deterioration of security in the country where the

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