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Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., isn’t alone among politicians in his fondness for the term “Russian roulette,” though he deserves credit for using it consistently: always in opposition to raising taxes on the rich.
There’s nothing new about military leaders dismissing criticism of their decisions by wrapping themselves in the flag. Progressives used to see it as an authoritarian tactic. Now, though, they are happy to salute — at least when the brass is using that move in defense of their causes.
Parler, which describes itself as an unbiased, free-speech alternative to larger platforms like Facebook and Twitter, was kicked off Apple’s app store and the Google Play store for a time following the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
RALEIGH — Six North Carolina Republican officials voted on Tuesday to end statewide eviction protections for renters starting Thursday, rejecting Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper’s request to extend the state’s eviction moratorium by one month.
DOBBINS HEIGHTS — Becolia Smith was surrounded by family, family and elephants on Saturday at her baby shower thrown by Madison’s Place as a way to support young mothers in need while the organization works to establish its headquarters in Dobbins Heights.