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Because there is no current parliamentary majority in support of a no-deal Brexit, there is an unearned sense of security
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The existence of a “bias response team” has made some students hesitant to speak about abortion, identity politics, and immigration.
ISIS is down but not out, our Syrian allies remain vulnerable, and Russia and Iran retain their own ambitions for
Thanks to NRI, I’ve been all over the Mueller probe, the congressional investigations, & the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the
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Ignoring anti-Semitic actions or comments depending on the perpetrator’s ethnicity or background allows hatred of Jews to spread.