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Some Big Cities Are Coming To Their Senses On Law And Order

Law and order won big in Seattle last November when Ann Davison was elected city attorney over a 12-year incumbent and a radical, police abolitionist candidate. Other cities seem to also be waking up to the urban decay brought about by lax law enforcement, offering a glimmer of hope that our major cities might be returning to a more common-sense…

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A Jury Finds Elizabeth Holmes Embraced Silicon Valley’s ‘Fake It Until You Make It’ Ethos Too Hard

A jury found Elizabeth Holmes, the founder and CEO of blood-testing startup Theranos Inc, guilty on four of 11 charges, including conspiring to defraud investors and patients in her company. She could face up to 20 years in prison for each guilty charge. Holmes’s conviction marks a dramatic ending for what was supposed to be a perfect Silicon Valley success…

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San Francisco Leftists Are Funding Your Local Library’s Drag Queen Story Hour

It’s no secret that California has long enjoyed disproportionate influence over American cultural and sexual norms, and even much of the world’s, due to its dominion over the film industry through Hollywood and its influence on the pornography industry through the San Fernando Valley, which reportedly is home to “more (porn) companies … than anywhere else.” Another equally depraved force…

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