Wandering, lobotomized Obama zombies search for ‘Hope and Change’

OPINION:
On Wednesday, President Joe Biden traveled to Scranton, Pennsylvania, to sell his doomed “human infrastructure” bill, which smells more like an un-showered Green New Deal and quacks like another welfare boondoggle. 
“The cost of the Build Back Better bill in terms of adding to the deficit is zero, zero, zero,” he lied, lied, lied. “Because we’re going to pay for it all.”
Well, yes, you better believe we are going to pay for it. Just not in the way Mr. Biden claims.

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Rory McIlroy rediscovers the art of winning

LAS VEGAS — The company Rory McIlroy keeps is more elite than it is exclusive. Winning 20 times on the PGA Tour, especially in this generation of increasing depth, is a big milestone.
He is not the youngest to get there. Tiger Woods was 24 when he picked up his 20th career PGA Tour title with a 15-shot victory in the U.S. Open, another reminder that Woods was in a league of his own.
His 62-66 weekend to win the CJ Cup at Summit made McIlroy the 39th player in PGA Tour history with 20 wins, tied with the likes of Greg Norman.

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Rory McIlroy rediscovers the art of winning

LAS VEGAS — The company Rory McIlroy keeps is more elite than it is exclusive. Winning 20 times on the PGA Tour, especially in this generation of increasing depth, is a big milestone.
He is not the youngest to get there. Tiger Woods was 24 when he picked up his 20th career PGA Tour title with a 15-shot victory in the U.S. Open, another reminder that Woods was in a league of his own.
His 62-66 weekend to win the CJ Cup at Summit made McIlroy the 39th player in PGA Tour history with 20 wins, tied with the likes of Greg Norman.

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Biden’s bungled border security is a national security crisis

OPINION:
If I lived in poverty under an oppressive government in Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, or Asia, I’d want to go to the United States. So, I can’t criticize those hundreds of thousands of people now streaming across the southern border.
But I can criticize an American administration that – even at a time of pandemic and narco-terrorism – prefers not to know who is coming into the country or what those entering intend to do here. “It is simply common sense to view border security as national security,” Mark Morgan, who served as chief of the U.S.

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Biden’s bungled border security is a national security crisis

OPINION:
If I lived in poverty under an oppressive government in Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, or Asia, I’d want to go to the United States. So, I can’t criticize those hundreds of thousands of people now streaming across the southern border.
But I can criticize an American administration that – even at a time of pandemic and narco-terrorism – prefers not to know who is coming into the country or what those entering intend to do here. “It is simply common sense to view border security as national security,” Mark Morgan, who served as chief of the U.S.

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The curse of the ignored modern prophets

Rep. Barbara Lee

For decades, I kept a poster on my wall that I’d saved from the year I turned 16. In its upper left-hand corner was a black-and-white photo of a white man in a grey suit. Before him spread a cobblestone plaza. All you could see were the man and the stones. Its caption read, “He stood up alone and something happened.”
It was 1968. “He” was Minnesota Senator Eugene McCarthy.

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Nigerian Separatist Group Sues Wash. Times, U. of Baltimore, Professor for Libel

Just filed yesterday, Indigenous People of Biafra v. Sheehan; some of the allegations about the group are likely matters of opinion, but some seem to be factual allegations. (Naturally, I can’t speak to whether the allegations are indeed false, and knowingly or recklessly false.)
In principle, I would think that a foreign organization—which the Complaint says is a “UK registered Community Interest Company“—would be able to sue for libel in the U.S., just as an American business corporation could. N.Y. Times v.

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Nigerian Separatist Group Sues Wash. Times, U. of Baltimore, Professor for Libel

Just filed yesterday, Indigenous People of Biafra v. Sheehan; some of the allegations about the group are likely matters of opinion, but some seem to be factual allegations. (Naturally, I can’t speak to whether the allegations are indeed false, and knowingly or recklessly false.)
In principle, I would think that a foreign organization—which the Complaint says is a “UK registered Community Interest Company“—would be able to sue for libel in the U.S., just as an American business corporation could. N.Y. Times v.

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Biden admin. ignores adverse effects of COVID-19 vaccinations

OPINION:
Follow the science. That is what the Biden administration promised to do regarding COVID-19. However, the White House, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and Food and Drug Administration have all been dismissive of doctor concerns mandatory vaccinations are the exact wrong policy prescription.
Late last month, Dr. Patricia Lee, an ICU nurse practicing in the state of California, wrote to the CDC and FDA stating in her more than 20 years of practice, she has “never witnessed so many vaccine-related injuries until this year.

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Biden admin. ignores adverse effects of COVID-19 vaccinations

OPINION:
Follow the science. That is what the Biden administration promised to do regarding COVID-19. However, the White House, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and Food and Drug Administration have all been dismissive of doctor concerns mandatory vaccinations are the exact wrong policy prescription.
Late last month, Dr. Patricia Lee, an ICU nurse practicing in the state of California, wrote to the CDC and FDA stating in her more than 20 years of practice, she has “never witnessed so many vaccine-related injuries until this year.

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