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Democrats have started to face backlash online after photographs emerged Thursday of National Guardsmen being forced to sleep in parking garages while also having minimal access to restrooms and other essential items.
Democrats have started to face backlash online after photographs emerged Thursday of National Guardsmen being forced to sleep in parking garages while also having minimal access to restrooms and other essential items.
 
She is tiny in frame, only 4 feet, 8 inches tall, but Sherry-Lynn Womack, a Lee County School board member who is starting her second term, is standing tall against a liberal driven backlash for exercising her First Amendment rights.
She is tiny in frame, only 4 feet, 8 inches tall, but Sherry-Lynn Womack, a Lee County School board member who is starting her second term, is standing tall against a liberal driven backlash for exercising her First Amendment rights.
 
Assigning infallibility to government action is a foolís errand.
 
Republicans say freshman senator's actions threaten 2022 GOP majority.
 
As North Carolinians adapt to a stricter mask mandate from Gov. Roy Cooper, Rich Lowry of National Review Online issues a warning about a likely response to governmentís COVID-19 restrictions.
As North Carolinians adapt to a stricter mask mandate from Gov. Roy Cooper, Rich Lowry of National Review Online issues a warning about a likely response to governmentís COVID-19 restrictions.
 
Reasonable thinking has escaped Democrat politicians and found its way into the mind of Terry Crews.
Reasonable thinking has escaped Democrat politicians and found its way into the mind of Terry Crews.
 
Itís not just happening in Michigan, itís also building in North Carolina and Ohio.
 
On Monday, George Yancy, a black professor of philosophy at Emory University, wrote a lengthy piece in The New York Times detailing the awful death threats he has received from white racists.
On Monday, George Yancy, a black professor of philosophy at Emory University, wrote a lengthy piece in The New York Times detailing the awful death threats he has received from white racists.
 
You are in trouble. Deep, deep trouble. The evidence to support that contention is all around, but none more profound than Maureen Dowd's piece in the Sunday New York Times.
You are in trouble. Deep, deep trouble. The evidence to support that contention is all around, but none more profound than Maureen Dowd's piece in the Sunday New York Times.
 
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