Shouldn’t Nancy Pelosi want detainees released into her sanctuary city?

It’s a dead giveaway. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., would consider it punishment were her city saddled with more undocumented migrants while they await their court hearings. via Pocket
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Yes, we need to probe the Russia collusion probers

Attorney General William Barr dared to use the “s” word. He said in congressional testimony that the Trump campaign had been spied on by the American government. Pressed by incredulous Senate Democrats, he clarified: “I think spying did occur. via Pocket
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FBI Man’s Testimony Points to Wrongdoing Well Beyond Spying | RealClearInvestigations

Bill Priestap, left, with Michael Horowitz, DoJ inspector general. Attorney General William Barr shocked official Washington Wednesday by saying what previously couldn’t be said: That the counterintelligence investigation into the Trump campaign in 2016 involved “spying. via Pocket
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Unexpected Costs of Total War Between the Sexes

Between the sexual revolution of the 1960s and the #MeToo movement of the present day lies a battlefield strewn with bodies and minds battered by the changing weapons of physical and psychological destruction. The war between the sexes, like all wars, exacts an unexpected price. via Pocket
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Michael Caputo: Russian who Offered Dirt on Hillary Was an FBI informant

Former Trump campaign adviser Michael Caputo says “a Russian national FBI informant” offered to give him dirt on Hillary Clinton in May of 2016, but no one, including DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz and U.S. Attorney John Huber, seems interested in hearing about it. via Pocket
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Why Liberals Have Such A Hard Time With Monstrous Men And Their Art

Claire Dederer has written a much-discussed essay for The Paris Review, “What We Do With the Art of Monstrous Men?” It’s a good question, and Dederer, a former film critic and author, focuses much of the essay on the difficulty of evaluating Woody Allen’s work in light of the Great Sexual via Pocket
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Is there a No Republicans Need Apply sign in Academia?

For at least a few hours, Mark Kennedy looked like a shoe-in for the job of president at the University of Colorado. After a lengthy search, the regents unanimously selected the outgoing University of North Dakota president as their only finalist for the position. via Pocket
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