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In this Feb. 22, 2021, photo, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, right, pauses to listen to a reporter's question during a news conference at a COVID-19 vaccination site in the Brooklyn borough of New York. New York's attorney general said she's moving forward with an investigation into sexual harassment allegations against the governor after receiving a letter from his office Monday authorizing her to take charge of the probe. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig, Pool, file)

Andrew Cuomo has nowhere to hide

Since New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s former employee Lindsey Boylan’s essay detailing allegations of sexual harassment was published last week, there has been a slew of new accusations.

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If one were just to listen to the mainstream media, you'd believe what happened on Jan. 6th at the nation's Capitol was an armed insurrection, a failed coup attempt by radical Trump supporters to overthrow the government, which lead to multiple law-enforcement deaths.

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- The Washington Times

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said Wednesday that the Biden administration is bungling the border "crisis," but he also took aim at "a certain cross-section of Big Business" which he said has jumped on board a push for amnesty for current illegal immigrants.

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Liberals attack First Amendment, again

Every two years, Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the radical Democrats in the House set their sights on canceling the constitutional protections that were reasserted by the U.S. Supreme Court in the landmark Citizens United victory for free speech.

Illustration on Iran's attitude toward President Biden by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

First steps on Biden dealing with Iran

During the 2020 campaign and after taking office, President Biden has expressed his willingness to engage in diplomatic negotiations with Iran.

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Facebook lifts political ad ban, amid Democratic Party criticism

- The Washington Times

Facebook is lifting its political ad ban amid mounting criticism from the Democratic Party. As Democratic lawmakers are considering cracking down on Facebook, their party's leadership attacked Facebook's political ad ban for allegedly hampering Democratic candidates' campaigns.