Monthly Archives: April, 2021

Texas pushes closer to dropping handgun license rule

In Texas, where gun laws are among the loosest in the U.S., there is one line the state has long resisted crossing: making it legal to carry a handgun in public without a permit, background check or training.

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Biden says it’s ‘tough call’ to mandate COVID-19 vaccine for military

President Biden has not ruled out requiring military personnel to get a COVID-19 vaccine, saying it will be a “tough call.” Biden can shove that vaccine up his a$$.

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Noem sues Biden administration for canceling Mount Rushmore Independence Day fireworks

South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem sued the Biden administration on Friday after it canceled the Independence Day fireworks celebration at Mount Rushmore, demanding the court “expeditiously” issue a permit for the event to take place.

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GOP reps question Biden admin on alleged ‘political interference’ in census, citing departure from estimates

Why waste time asking? Demonrats lie. More than a dozen House Republicans Friday are questioning Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo on whether there “was any political interference” in the final census numbers used to decide how many House members each state will get for the coming decade.

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More than 200 Seattle police officers quit over the last year, many citing anti-police climate

More than 200 Seattle police officers quit their jobs in the last year amid months of frequent anti-law enforcement, racial injustice protests and riots in the city.

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US issues India travel advisory as COVID-19 crisis deepens

The U.S. told American citizens in India to leave the country immediately, as the COVID-19 crisis in the country deepens.

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Connecticut ends its state religious vaccine exemption

Connecticut will no longer allow a religious exemption from childhood immunization requirements for schools, colleges and day care facilities, becoming the sixth state to end that policy.

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Cheney says she’ll campaign on impeaching Trump ‘every day of the week’ amid primary challenges

Rep. Liz Cheney said in an interview with Punchbowl News Thursday that she will stand behind her vote to impeach former President Trump “every day of the week” as she faces multiple primary challengers in her 2022 reelection effort.

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Biden to urge Congress to pass anti-gun violence legislation in Wednesday address

Beijing Biden will use his first address to a joint session of Congress Wednesday to pressure lawmakers to confront gun violence, underscoring the administration’s focus on fulfilling a campaign pledge that had been mostly overshadowed by the coronavirus pandemic.

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DHS limits ICE ability to arrest illegal immigrants near courthouses

Tuesday the DHS slapped limits on the ability of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to arrest illegal immigrants at or near courthouses — the latest limits placed on immigration enforcement by the Biden administration.

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