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Watch Ivanka Trump Cry As Joe Biden Takes Office

Ivanka Trump and Trump kids cried as they seemingly realized that the presidency could no longer protect them, and the law is closing in. Video: The Trump children are crying because for the first time in their lives, they have had to confront the delusion foisted on them by their father that they are entitled winners. Ivanka Trump has…

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Joe Biden Just Fired Trump’s Anti-Union NLRB Lawyer

Joe Biden immediately made it clear that he will be the most pro-union president in years by canning Trump’s anti-union NLRB general counsel. HuffPo Labor Reporter Dave Jamieson tweeted: NEW: White House official confirmed for me that Joe Biden just fired Peter Robb after he refused to resign as NLRB general counsel. — Dave Jamieson (@jamieson) January 21, 2021…

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Summer Internship at NR

National Review is accepting applications for its summer editorial internship. Interns will receive a modest stipend, participate in every part of the editorial process, and have opportunities to write. Applicants should have an excellent academic record and some experience in student or professional journalism. If you wish to apply, please send a cover letter explaining your interest, a résumé,…

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Report: Vatican Spiked a Statement from U.S. Bishops Criticizing Incoming Biden Administration

Pope Francis leads the Angelus prayer on Epiphany at the Vatican, January 6, 2021. (Vatican Media/­Handout via Reuters) According to a new report from The Pillar, a well-sourced Catholic outlet, the Vatican Secretariat of State acted at the last minute to spike a forthcoming statement from the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) that was set to criticize the…

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The Quiet Part in Biden’s Address

American poet Amanda Gorman speaks during the 59th Presidential Inauguration at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., January 20, 2021. (Patrick Semansky/Reuters Pool) President Biden’s inaugural address was a flat plea for unity, reconciliation, and an end to what he called our “uncivil war.” I applaud the new commander in chief’s lofty rhetoric, but worry that his administration might…

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Anti-Vaxxers Got PPP Loans, but It’s Not a Scandal

Nurse practitioner Sarah Gonzalez prepares to give a dose of the Moderna coronavirus vaccine at a mass vaccination site at Brooklyn Army Terminal in New York City, January 10, 2021. (Andrew Kelly/Reuters) From a Washington Post story by Elizabeth Dwoskin and Aaron Gregg: Five prominent anti-vaccine organizations that have been known to spread misleading information about the coronavirus received…

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A Forgettable Speech

President Joe Biden delivers his inaugural address after he was sworn in as the 46th President of the United States on the West Front of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., January 20, 2021. (Kevin Lamarque/Reuters) Biden’s speech wasn’t memorable, but it was true to Biden. He didn’t reach for any unnatural grandiloquence. Its relatively informal delivery and rhetoric…

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A Normal and Exceptional Inaugural

From left, Sen. Amy Klobucha (D., Min.), Sen. Roy Blunt (R., Mo.), President-elect Joe Biden, Jill Biden, Vice President-elect Kamala Harris, and Doug Emhoff, arrive at the steps of the U.S. Capitol ahead of inauguration ceremonies in Washington, D.C., January 20, 2021. (Melina Mara/Reuters Pool) Ever the sucker for civic pomp, I’ve attended every presidential inauguration since Bill Clinton’s…

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