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  2. Biden to withdraw troops from Afghanistan by Sept. 11 President Joe Biden will end America’s war in Afghanistan with a phased withdrawal of the remaining U.S. troops there that will conclude by Sept. 11 — the 20th anniversary of the conflict, a senior administration official said Tuesday. The United States maintains some 2,500 troops and another 1,000 special forces in Afghanistan, working to root out terrorists and train Afghan security forces. NATO and partner forces provide another 7,000 troops and had been waiting for a U.S. decision to plan their own withdrawal or extensi
  3. Draggingtree

    160th Anniversary of the War for Southern Independence

    The History Of Slavery Scholars Don’t Want You To Know Via Southern Heritage News & Views But what’s misleading is when we’re made to believe that slavery is solely “the sin of the white man.” Often enough, contemporary academics and scholars try to hide the full picture of what slavery really was so they can manipulate public opinion into believing a certain set of narratives concerning “racial justice.” Here are some facts you’re rarely told about the history of slavery. The Origins of the Wor
  4. I would never in my life time believe that bout CNN !!!
  5. Minnesota Rioters Unload on CNN, MSNBC With Expletive-Laced Rants
  6. pookie18

    Today's Toons 4/13/21

    My pleasure, mass55th!
  7. mass55th

    Today's Toons 4/13/21

    Thanks Pookie!!
  8. FDD's Long War Journal Thomas Joscelyn April 12, 2021 The Taliban has published a statement rejecting the reported terms of a State Department peace plan for Afghanistan, as well as a proposed six-month delay in the U.S. withdrawal from the country. The message was published in English on the Taliban’s Voice of Jihad website, which produces media in multiple languages for the group’s Islamic Emirate. Earlier this month, President Biden said that while he “can’t picture” American forces in Afghanistan next year, it was going to be “hard” to meet the May 1 withdrawal date
  9. Photos: Day 2 Of Protests Over Brooklyn Center Police Shooting Apr. 13 2021 ____________________________________________________________________________________________ What You Won't See
  10. pookie18

    Today's Toons 4/13/21

    You're welcome, Rcat!
  11. Reiuxcat

    Today's Toons 4/13/21

    Thanks for the Tuesday toons Pookie. 🙂
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    Today's Toons 4/13/21

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  15. So you think the Government should have a say in who give how much to which campaign? Be careful going down That road.
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  17. Washington Examiner A House committee this week will take an unprecedented vote to create a commission to study providing federal reparations to the descendants of black slaves. House Democrats say they have the political momentum to advance H.R. 40, an act to create a commission to study and develop reparation proposals for black people. "The historic markup of H.R. 40 is intended to continue a national conversation about how to confront the brutal mistreatment of African Americans during chattel slavery, Jim Crow segregation, and the enduring structural racism that remai
  18. They should pass a law like this in every state!!! Enough of Hollywood and self-righteous billionaires interfering in elections that are none of their business.
  19. Governor Asa Hutchinson Quadruples Down On Genital Mutilation For Minors Under The Guise Of ‘Limited Government’ Gov. Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas is back at it again, wielding "limited government" and Ronald Reagan to qualify chemical castration of children. Gabe Kaminsky April 12, 2021 Last week, America watched as a Republican governor invoked the names of Ronald Reagan and William F. Buckley to qualify his position in favor of genital mutilation for minors. Gov. Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas was pounded with questions by Fox News host Tucker Carlson, doubling down after veto
  20. After Zuckerberg Money, Wisconsin Lawmakers Eyes Election Changes M.D. Kittle April 12, 2021 MADISON, Wis.—A Wisconsin Senate committee took up election reform bills at a hearing Thursday, one aimed at keeping third-party groups from dumping money on elections in targeted areas. The state Senate Committee on Elections, Election Process Reform and Ethics also heard from Milwaukee Election Commission chief Claire Woodall-Vogg, who sounded defensive in explaining her dealings with left-leaning election groups. Senate Bill 207 would require private funds like the millions
  21. ’60 Minutes’ acknowledges criticism on DeSantis segment but doesn't retract story panned as 'shoddy hit piece' (Snip) Shades of Rarthergate!
  22. Scoop: U.S. and Israel to hold strategic Iran talks on Tuesday Barak Ravid Apr. 12 2021 Top national security officials from the U.S. and Israel will convene virtually on Tuesday for a second round of strategic talks on Iran, three Israeli officials tell me. Why it matters: The talks come two days after an explosion at an Iranian nuclear facility that experts consider a likely act of Israeli sabotage, and one day before the U.S. resumes indirect nuclear talks in Vienna over a return to the 2015 nuclear deal — a prospect that has raised anxiety levels in Jerusalem. Deta
  23. Valin

    Derek Chauvin trial

    Note video At Link Chauvin Trial Day 11 Update – State’s Desperate Moves Reveal Vulnerabilities In Prosecution of Chauvin Prosecutor Schlieter: “Authorized use of force a complete defense to all charges.” Andrew Branca Monday, April 12, 2021 at 03:06pm This is not our end-of-day wrap-up post, folks, that’s still to come later this evening, but there were some interesting arguments made in court before the jury was brought in that I thought worth sharing with you because they appear to indicate that the prosecution is beginning to panic about some profound weaknesses in this
  24. Valin

    Derek Chauvin trial

    LIVE: Chauvin Trial Day 11 – Has State Eliminated Reasonable Doubt As Case Nears End? Reasonable Doubt Before Defense Even Begins Is Bad For Conviction Andrew Branca Monday, April 12, 2021 at 09:30am As we enter the 11th full day of trial in this case, the state is rapidly approaching the end of its presentation for its case in chief. We are, therefore, nearing a major inflection point for this trial. For those who may be unfamiliar with the criminal trial process, after opening statements by both sides, the state takes the first turn in presenting the jury with its case in
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