Limited Government

Afghanistan LIVE News: United States Suspends All Afghanistan Evacuation Flights After Limited Measles Outbreak

Afghanistan Crisis Live News Updates: United States halted all evacuation flights from Afghanistan after discovering a limited measles outbreak among refugees arriving in the country. The decision was made on the recommendation of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention which cited “health safety concerns.” Meanwhile, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres …

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Pro-Chinese disinformation operation tries to exploit U.S. divisions of Covid, report says

The operation, which initially attempted to discredit pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong in 2019, has grown into a “global campaign that works in seven languages, across at least 30 social media platforms and over 40 websites and forums, ”experts from Mandiant and Google say, noting parallels with the Russian disinformation …

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The threat of the illiberal left

Sep 4, 2021 SSOMETHING TO very badly gone with Western liberalism. Basically, classical liberalism believes that human progress is brought about by debate and reform. The best way to navigate disruptive change in a divided world is through a universal commitment to individual dignity, open markets, and limited government. Yet …

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New Jersey has major stake in California governor’s recall election

The California election for Governor Gavin Newsom’s recall is scheduled for Tuesday, September 14. The following column explains the mechanisms of the recall. https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2021/08/24/gavin-newsom-recall-loss-turn-progressives-conservative/ The following is a current summary of polls showing this recall election is too close to be called: https://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/california-recall-polls/ The following column explains why Gavin Newsom …

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Limited government can make a comeback in pandemic times

This year’s federal deficit is expected to match the entire 1996 federal budget, adjusted for inflation. Despite such overwhelming spending, Democrats in Congress proposed an unprecedented $ 3.5 trillion budget, on top of the $ 1.2 trillion infrastructure bill that failed in its first Senate vote this month. latest. For …

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Michael R. Strain: Hey Republicans Stop Fighting Vaccine And Mask Mandates | Chroniclers

MICHAEL R. STRAIN Tribune Content When it comes to COVID-19, too many prominent Republicans are acting as if theirs isn’t the party of limited government and personal responsibility. Some Republican elected officials are trying to thwart measures taken by local governments and private companies to reduce the spread of COVID-19. …

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What Former U.S. Representative Lee Hamilton and Veterans Say

Second in a 2-part series Three veterans of the Bloomington war in Afghanistan and former US Representative Lee Hamilton have said that the US intervention in that country for two decades has achieved certain objectives, although they have recognized that the long-term consequences of the war are unknown. Meanwhile, an …

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Latest coronavirus: Covid-19 wave crests in New York City as storm ends celebration

The London offices are almost deserted and no one knows how many people will be returning or when, but some investors are make bets on the workspace. The question is whether this trust is well placed or reckless when the sharp post-pandemic drop in the value of new office space …

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Interest rate caps hurt consumers – Washington Times

ANALYSIS / OPINION: On July 29, the Senate Banking Committee held a hearing titled “Protect Americans from Debt Traps by Extending the Army’s 36% Interest Rate Cap to All.” “ The title is a paragon of political rhetoric. It is also completely misleading. Who could be against protecting Americans from …

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How Texas Government Offices Cope Without Mask, Vaccine Warrants

A Montgomery County judge was set to sit a jury on Monday when she learned that the clerk who had disputed 57 potential jurors had just tested positive for COVID-19. The judge and most lawyers, court staff and jurors were not wearing masks, observers said. Some jurors were “a little …

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