Posts Tagged ‘opinion’

Safe and Effective: A Second Opinion (2022) | Oracle Films | News Uncut

28 sept 2022 Safe and Effective: A Second Opinion shines a light on Covid-19 vaccine injuries and bereavements, but also to takes an encompassing look at the systemic failings that appear to have enabled them. We look at leading analysis of pharmaceutical trials, the role of the MHRA in regulating these products, the role of […]

Opinion: Joe Biden Wandering Away from the Podium Is A Powerful Statement On Quiet, Dignified Leadership

A few days ago, President Joe Biden moseyed away from his podium while speaking to a group of FEMA workers. As he did so, worried aides and officials stifled their panic enough to keep their voices steady, trying to beckon him back where he was still needed. At that moment, we saw what we have […]

World Opinion Shifts Against Russia As Ukraine Worries Grow

NEW YORK (AP) — The tide of international opinion appears to be decisively shifting against Russia, as a number of non-aligned countries are joining the United States and its allies in condemning Moscow’s war in Ukraine and its threats to the principles of the international rules-based order. Western officials have repeatedly said that Russia has […]

World Opinion Shifts Against Russia As Ukraine Worries Grow

NEW YORK (AP) — The tide of international opinion appears to be decisively shifting against Russia, as a number of non-aligned countries are joining the United States and its allies in condemning Moscow’s war in Ukraine and its threats to the principles of the international rules-based order. Western officials have repeatedly said that Russia has […]

World Opinion Shifts Against Russia As Ukraine Worries Grow

NEW YORK (AP) — The tide of international opinion appears to be decisively shifting against Russia, as a number of non-aligned countries are joining the United States and its allies in condemning Moscow’s war in Ukraine and its threats to the principles of the international rules-based order. Western officials have repeatedly said that Russia has […]

World Opinion Shifts Against Russia As Ukraine Worries Grow

NEW YORK (AP) — The tide of international opinion appears to be decisively shifting against Russia, as a number of non-aligned countries are joining the United States and its allies in condemning Moscow’s war in Ukraine and its threats to the principles of the international rules-based order. Western officials have repeatedly said that Russia has […]

World Opinion Shifts Against Russia As Ukraine Worries Grow

NEW YORK (AP) — The tide of international opinion appears to be decisively shifting against Russia, as a number of non-aligned countries are joining the United States and its allies in condemning Moscow’s war in Ukraine and its threats to the principles of the international rules-based order. Western officials have repeatedly said that Russia has […]

OPINION: The winter is coming and Europeans are hoping it will be kind to them

So near, yet so far… Europeans are hoping, praying even, that this coming winter will be kind to them. They had their affordable energy in abundance and on tap, they did not have to worry about electric power cuts, there were no government restrictions on how high they could set their thermostats at home or […]

OPINION: The winter is coming and Europeans are hoping it will be kind to them

So near, yet so far… Europeans are hoping, praying even, that this coming winter will be kind to them. They had their affordable energy in abundance and on tap, they did not have to worry about electric power cuts, there were no government restrictions on how high they could set their thermostats at home or […]

OPINION: The US has lifted the arms embargo on Cyprus, but…

HURRAH!!!! Our American friends have informed little Cyprus that they have decided to lift the arms embargo they had imposed on the small island nation. Cyprus was invaded by NATO member Turkey in 1974 and more than a third of the island is occupied to this day by Turkey that maintains a military force of […]

OPINION: The US has lifted the arms embargo on Cyprus, but…

HURRAH!!!! Our American friends have informed little Cyprus that they have decided to lift the arms embargo they had imposed on the small island nation. Cyprus was invaded by NATO member Turkey in 1974 and more than a third of the island is occupied to this day by Turkey that maintains a military force of […]

Opinion | What the Truth Social Flop Says About Trump

Trump deserves credit for marketing his Twitter account to its Everestian heights. He’s always known how to play to the crowds, titillate them and leave them wanting more. During his first campaign and presidency, even a garden-variety Trump tweet could convulse newsrooms. But that was a function of his front-runner status and later his place […]

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly on the Supreme Court Vaccine Mandate Opinion

By Michael Boldin GOOD: Supreme Court holds vaccine mandate for businesses is illegal. (We absolutely gotta take a win when we get it!) “Although Congress has indisputably given OSHA the power to regulate occupational dangers, it has not given that agency the power to regulate public health more broadly. Requiring the vaccination of 84 million Americans, […]

Opinion | How a Simple Twist of Fate Could End Democrats’ Control of the Senate

But there’s another possibility that should also have the Democrats reaching for the Maalox: A random act of fate could turn the Senate over to the Republicans not next January, but next summer, or next month, or next week. An illness or death could well trigger a political earthquake — by almost instantly switching control […]

Opinion | Jan. 6 Proved the Durability of the Constitution — and the Continuing Need to Defend It

Pence, of course, resisted. Besides the vice president, perhaps the biggest hero of the post-election period was the constitutional system itself — and the reason Pence was so stalwart was out of an abiding loyalty to that system. One year later, we should appreciate the fact that the Constitution proved a durable vehicle of representative […]

Opinion | Joe Biden Has Failed to Level with His Party

But this work must be done in the framework of a political system that often means delay, compromise, frustration. It is rare when a president comes into office with a mandate strong enough to overcome those conditions. Consider what happened last November: We won a clear plurality of 7 million votes; but thanks to the […]

Opinion | It’s Time for Biden to Fire the FDIC Chief

Historically, the FDIC operated collegially: although the chair presided over board meetings, the chair would allow free discussion and a vote on any item a director wished to have on the agenda. The current fracas arose when a board member sought to put an item — approval of a request for information about the process […]

Facebook Court Filing ADMITS ‘Fact Checks’ Are Just a Matter of Opinion

Surprisingly little attention is being paid to a bombshell admission made by the attorneys representing the corporation formerly known as Facebook, Inc., which has now transitioned into Meta Platforms, Inc. by Thomas Lifson In a court filing responding to a lawsuit filed by John Stossel claiming that he was defamed by a “fact check” Facebook used to label a […]

Opinion | Vladimir Putin Shouldn’t Be a Right-Wing Hero

Tucker Carlson has routinely flayed the elite foreign-policy consensus against Putin, including in a lacerating monologue this week arguing that the Russian leader has his eyes on Ukraine only because he wants to protect his country’s western flank. The cover of the latest Newsmax print magazine has a flattering picture of the Russian leader with […]

Opinion | Biden’s Democracy Summit Was Never a Good Idea. But Here’s How To Make It Work.

First, don’t be afraid to call out your guests. Taking geopolitics into account, even when it means compromising your ideals somewhat, is a fact of life in foreign policy. With a summit billed as being literally “for democracy,” though, this risks going from complication to contradiction. The administration did draw a line by declining to […]

Opinion | Why Fox Stopped Talking About Trump

It will come as no thunderbolt to even casual TV viewers that when you consider all the news and commentary the cable networks serve, they regularly give it a political spin. This why Fox is favored by Republicans, and MSNBC or CNN are mostly popular with Democrats. But the measurable swings in Lincoln Project mentions […]

Opinion | Why A ‘Sister Souljah Moment’ Won’t Save Biden

For those too young to remember, Sister Souljah was briefly a famous hip-hop star and activist who gave an interview shortly after the LA riots of 1992 in which she suggested violence against white people. Rev. Jesse Jackson then invited her to speak at a Rainbow Coalition event. Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton, then running for […]

Opinion | Of All the Ways America Is Divided, This One Might Be the Worst

Everyone I know or am evenly dimly aware of now falls into one of these two categories. There is no middle ground, and no easy way to avoid the question, especially during a holiday like Thanksgiving. I count myself firmly in the vaccinated group, forced to keep my distance from the nearly 20 percent of […]

EU top court adviser issues opinion on police use of phone location data

An opinion issued by a senior adviser to the European Union’s top court could have far-reaching consequences for criminal investigations going forward after he said that data-retention practices used by Irish police in a high-profile murder case contravened EU law. In 2015, Graham Dwyer was convicted of the murder of childcare worker Elaine O’Hara three […]

Opinion | Joe Biden’s Empty Inflation Toolbox

If that’s not enough to unsettle the White House and its allies, consider this: Presidents have almost no power to ease the pain of inflation, and the voting public cuts presidents no slack at all because of that impotence. Look into the toolbox of our country’s chief executive and you’ll find it empty of effective […]

Opinion | What Democrats are Getting Wrong About Cities and Suburbs

What analysts tend to get wrong is what those voters actually want. It’s a diverse cohort, and increasingly multiethnic. Former President Donald Trump turned some of them off in 2020, and that’s a big part of why he lost. But none of that means they’re ripe for progressive ideas, or looking for radical changes from […]

‘NYT’ piece on ‘unraveling of Zionism’ is good news in battle for ‘Jewish opinion’

It is good news that the New York Times Magazine printed a long article titled “The Unraveling of American Zionism,” by Marc Tracy, about a letter signed by 93 rabbinical students last May during the Israeli onslaught on Gaza. That letter said Israel maintains “apartheid” in the occupied territories and called on American Jews who have taken on […]

Opinion | It’s Getting Dire in Afghanistan. Biden Can’t Walk Away.

President Joe Biden may wish to forget about Afghanistan, but there’s never been a more urgent need for the U.S. to stay involved. A military withdrawal should not mean diplomatic disengagement, no matter how politically embarrassing the episode was for the White House. The crises that are consuming Afghanistan threaten to exacerbate the very problems […]

Opinion | Why Election Night 2021 Was Bad for Donald Trump

Fundamentally, though, Youngkin did it his own way, not Trump’s, and still turned out Trump voters in droves, while eroding Terry McAuliffe’s margins in areas where the Democratic advantage once seemed insurmountable. Youngkin’s path to victory was one that Trump himself or any of his epigones would have been incapable of, and Republican officials will […]

Opinion | Terry McAuliffe Bet on Voters Hating Trump. Turns Out They Dislike Democrats More.

Sane Republicans are heading for the exits, even as assaults on democratic norms have become a litmus test of loyalty. So, now, Democrats need to ask themselves this rather urgent question: Why can’t we beat these guys? Tuesday night, Democrats lost the governorship of Virginia — a state Joe Biden won by 10 points — […]

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