November 24, 2021

Opinion

Opinion: Why Can’t Unions Properly Define “Racism”?

Redefining words (without telling anyone) is a tried-and-true rhetorical tactic often deployed in political debates. Generally, the goal is to advance an argument or proposal by surreptitiously taking advantage of a word’s positive or negative connotations. Polls show a majority of voters favor traditional infrastructure projects like building roads and bridges, so now progressives in

Vaccine mandates

Brnovich amends vaccine mandate lawsuit to include Phoenix first responders

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich has amended his lawsuit against the Biden administration’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate, adding the Phoenix police and fire unions as co-plaintiffs. He and union officials on Monday argued that the mandate will worsen staff shortages. The complaint, which Brnovich filed in September, was amended Friday to include the Phoenix Law Enforcement Association and

Michelle Malkin

Opinion: Black Lies Matter

I dare you to look, with a clear and unfiltered lens, at the bloody nightmare we once called the United States of America. Connect the dots. Contemplate the utter chaos in every major city while Black Lives Matter militants, academics and bureaucrats prattle on about “systemic racism” and “two-tiered justice.” It’s about much more than

Legal Beat

Jury gets case of white men charged in Ahmaud Arbery’s death

Photo: Judge Timothy Walmsley reads and explains the charges to the jury during the trial of William “Roddie” Bryan, Travis McMichael and his father Gregory McMichael, all charged with the February 2020 death of 25-year-old Ahmaud Arbery, Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2021, at the Glynn County Courthouse in Brunswick, Ga. (Octavio Jones/Pool Photo via AP) Jurors

Legal Beat

Jury awards $26M in damages for Unite the Right violence

A jury ordered 17 white nationalist leaders and organizations to pay more than $26 million in damages Tuesday over the violence that erupted during the deadly 2017 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville in 2017. After a nearly month-long civil trial, the jury in U.S. District Court deadlocked on two key claims but found the

Travel

US to require vaccines for all border crossers in January

President Joe Biden will require essential, nonresident travelers crossing U.S. land borders, such as truck drivers, government and emergency response officials, to be fully vaccinated beginning on Jan. 22, the administration planned to announce Tuesday. A senior administration official said the requirement, which the White House previewed in October, brings the rules for essential travelers

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