Kyrsten Sinema Whacked by Democratic Congressman, Compared to Trump

California Democratic Congressman Ro Khanna ripped into Senator Kyrsten Sinema on Sunday morning, asking why his fellow Democrat in Congress keeps blocking the party’s major infrastructure bill—and slithering away from answering questions.
“Why doesn’t she explain herself? I’ve never seen a politician—other than frankly [former President] Trump—who just totally ducks answering the questions from the media and constituents. She’s not clear about what she believes,” Khanna told Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace.

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58,000 Dead, and Depraved DeSantis Is Just Getting Started

Florida’s Governor Ron DeSantis gave us a sneak preview of how Republican leaders will challenge the Biden Administration’s proposed mandate that would require private sector employers with 100 or more employees to either vaccinate their staff or impose weekly COVID tests. The mandate would affect nearly two-thirds of the private sector workforce, and judging from the success of other recent mandates, it would be a major step towards trying to flatten the COVID-19 curve and “reopen” America by 2022.

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Public Records Requests Shines A Light on Justice Barrett’s Speech at the McConnell Center

Fix the Courts made a public records request to the University of Louisville. The organization received a 120+ page document dump concerning Justice Barrett’s visit to the McConnell Center in September 2021. I went through the tranche of documents, and found a few items of interest. (FOIA dumps are generally sorted with the most recent emails at the top, so I usually start reading at the end).
There was a back-and-forth about press restrictions between the Public Information Office, and Gary Gregg at the McConnell Center.

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Joe Biden Is Making Decisions, and It Isn’t Pretty

6. David Price and Mike Doyle
The Democratic retirements are picking up.

Last week, in observing Kentucky Rep. John Yarmuth’s retirement, we expressed surprise that more senior House Democrats hadn’t announced their retirements as the prospects for losing the majority grew. Sure enough, two more announced their retirements earlier this week: North Carolina Rep. David Price, a professorial (because he’s an actual political science professor) appropriator, and Pennsylvania Rep. Mike Doyle, a longtime member from Pittsburgh.

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Joe Biden Is Making Decisions, and It Isn’t Pretty

6. David Price and Mike Doyle
The Democratic retirements are picking up.

Last week, in observing Kentucky Rep. John Yarmuth’s retirement, we expressed surprise that more senior House Democrats hadn’t announced their retirements as the prospects for losing the majority grew. Sure enough, two more announced their retirements earlier this week: North Carolina Rep. David Price, a professorial (because he’s an actual political science professor) appropriator, and Pennsylvania Rep. Mike Doyle, a longtime member from Pittsburgh.

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Texas Man Finally Arrested Over Murder of Moroccan Driver

On Friday morning, Terry Turner, a 65-year-old man who police say shot and killed 31-year-old Adil Dghoughi on Oct. 11 in Martindale, Texas, was arrested and charged with murder.
According to the Caldwell County Sheriff’s Office, a warrant for Turner’s arrest was issued on Thursday for the murder of Dghoughi. On Friday morning, Turner turned himself in. Fred Weber, the Caldwell County District Attorney, told The Daily Beast Turner was charged with murder but it will be up to a grand jury to decide in the coming days whether or not to indict him.
It is unclear who Turner’s attorney is.

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Juan Williams: Colin Powell never forgot he was a ‘grunt’ – an American soldier

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Gen. Colin Powell and I shared a love of American history. But he had special love for the history of African Americans in the military. 
Powell was the driving force to get a monument built to the Buffalo Soldiers at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas in 1992.

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Juan Williams: Colin Powell never forgot he was a ‘grunt’ – an American soldier

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles!
Gen. Colin Powell and I shared a love of American history. But he had special love for the history of African Americans in the military. 
Powell was the driving force to get a monument built to the Buffalo Soldiers at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas in 1992.

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Good morning, it’s Thursday, Oct. 21, 2021. The news cycle of the last 24 hours includes a guilty plea by the shooter in the 2018 massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, the apparent discovery of murder suspect Brian Laundrie’s remains in a state park, and Donald Trump’s plans for a new social media app designed to “stand up to the tyranny of Big Tech.” And that’s just from Florida.
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