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    White House press secretary Jen Psaki continues her farewell slam dunk contest tour. On Tuesday, she spoke with reporters about the Biden administration’s plans to lower inflation and help the working families and seniors in our country that are most affected by the widening economic inequality in our society. The Biden administration didn’t have much work to do since Sen. Rick Scott, chair the National Republican Senatorial Committee, has offered up a truly horrendous (and wildly unpopular) Republican Party platform. It is filled with promises to destroy popular programs like Social Security while raising money by taxing about 100 million working Americans and seniors—and no, not the rich ones. Psaki faced some bizarre questions backed with zero facts, and seemingly only a mealy-mouthed quote from Sen. Scott about how Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell told him to mumble more. Actually, what ill-informed reporter Alexandria Hoff of Fox News was attempting to do was punch a hole in Biden’s assertion earlier in the day that the Republican Party had signed on to Scott’s terrible platform. She asked Psaki: “Are there any Republicans that you can think of, or...
    The Cuisinart Ice Cream Maker Will Turn Your Kitchen into a Sundae Shop Tulane requiring proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 test to attend game against No. 3 Oklahoma © Danny Moloshok/Reuters Danny Moloshok/Reuters Lizzo revealed she's a serial ghost during a recent radio interview. She told a listener it was OK to ghost someone after two dates. Lizzo said she's knows her ghosting is a bad habit and apoligizes for it when called out. A therapist told Insider that serial ghosts are afraid of conflict and someone on the receiving end shouldn't take it personally. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Lizzo revealed that she's a serial ghost - someone who suddenly cuts off communication with dates she's no longer interested in - during a recent interview with BBC Radio 1. The "Rumors" singer participated in the radio station's game segment "Unpopular Opinions," where she told a listener she thought ghosting after two dates was OK. "Here's the reason why I agreed with you. Because I'm a ghoster," Lizzo said. "I am totally - I've ghosted...
    Senator Tim Scott has praised President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris for agreeing with him that America is 'not a racist country,' after critics attacked Scott with racial slurs over his rebuttal to Biden's joint address to Congress. Scott, a South Carolina Republican, told CBS' Face The Nation on Sunday that he stood by his assessment that America is not racist, despite being pulled over 18 times for 'driving while black.' 'Let me say thank goodness that finally our president, our vice president and one of the leaders in the Democrat- Democrat caucus in the House, Jim Clyburn, have all come forward and said exactly what I've been saying for a long time. America is not a racist country,' Scott said in the interview.  'The question is, is there a lingering effect after a couple of centuries of racism and discrimination in this nation? The answer is absolutely,' he added. Senator Tim Scott has praised President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris for agreeing with him that America is 'not a racist country' Biden...
    On the heels of his delivery of the GOP response to President Joe Biden’s address to a joint session of Congress, Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) reacted to some of his critics in the wake of that response. Republicans lauded Scott for what had traditionally been difficult for the party not in power. Scott summed up the reaction as the left having “lost their mind,” and he questioned the motivations of their responses. “The left has lost their mind today,” he said. “It’s really saddening to see that. What the left is doing is fighting bigotry with bigotry. And they have exposed their hypocrisy and their true motivation. It has nothing to do with ending prejudice. It has everything to do with claiming or getting more power. I have never seen such power grab and using people in such a despicable way. It is really disheartening to see the left’s response, and frankly, even Twitter’s response to racism and racial slurs. If it comes from the left, it must be OK, according to Twitter’s response 12 hours later. But thanks to...
    SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has vowed to end a plan to force digital giants to pay local newsgroups for their content, blocking Facebook from spreading and sharing media information on its sites. Speaking to reporters in Sydney, the leader said he had received support from around the world, especially in Britain, Canada, France and India. “The world is more interested in what Australia is doing,” said Scott Morrison, who used his Facebook account to harshly criticize the social network, accusing it of removing Australia from its friends (“unfriendly”). The Prime Minister said he had invited Facebook to engage in a constructive dialogue “because the US company knows that what Australia is doing here must follow many Western jurisdictions”. Treasury Secretary Josh Friedenberg said he spoke again with Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg after the “darkening” mentioned on the social network on Thursday morning. “We discussed the pending issues and agreed that the respective teams would act on them immediately,” he wrote on Twitter. “We’ll talk to each other again over the weekend.” (Byron Kay and Renzo...
    Fox News anchor Chris Wallace had a lot of thoughts on Friday morning following the massive news that President Donald Trump has tested positive for COVID-19, scolding the Trump family for declining to wear masks at Tuesday’s debate and then, in a later segment, dismissing the expertise of the president’s Fox-friendly coronavirus adviser. Appearing on the president’s favorite morning program Fox & Friends, Wallace excoriated the Trumps for refusing to adhere to the safety restrictions put in place by the Cleveland Clinic at the debate hall. “Mrs. Trump came in wearing a mask but took it off once she sat down,” he noted. “I didn’t see when they came in, but all the other members of the first family that I saw there, including Ivanka, Tiffany, when they sat down, they weren’t wearing masks.” “I’m told by the pool of reporters who was there that somebody from the Cleveland Clinic came up to the first family—I believe this was before Mrs. Trump sat down—and offered the masks in case they didn’t have them, and they waved them away,” Wallace added....
    CHICAGO (CBS) — The windows at the Syd Jerome menswear had to be boarded up yet again after the rash of looting early Monday morning – and for employees, boarded-up windows have almost become routine now. Syd Jerome, 20 N. Clark St., has been an icon in Chicago’s Loop for many years. It has also been hit four times by theft or looting since December of last year. On Thursday, Scott Shapiro watched video of his store getting looted this week. “If you notice, they take their time,” he said. Shapiro told CBS 2’s Marissa Parra it almost felt like déjà vu. “I’m very discouraged,” Shapiro said. “This has happened four times in the last seven months/.” And for Shapiro, Syd Jerome is not just a store – it’s personal. “The doors are covered in blue flannel,” Shapiro said. “My father loved the color blue.” The iconic menswear shop has been around for more than 60 years. With close to nothing in his pockets, Scott Shapiro’s father, Sid Shapiro, opened the store in 1958. The store has been paying it...
    Come summer, artist Scott ­LoBaido requires a pretty simple palette: just red, white and blue. For 25 years, the Staten Islander has been decorating houses, businesses and restaurants in the motif of the American flag. “There are artists who sit around and do landscapes. I’m doing portraits of America,” said LoBaido, 55, who estimates he has painted some 1,000 flags on buildings — sometimes on a roof, sometimes covering the entire façade. Days ago, he put the finishing touches on Joan Brodick’s Midland Beach two-story home, just in time for the Fourth of July. LoBaido’s patriotic mission began when he was just getting started in the art world in the 1990s, and he saw an exhibit at the School of the Art Institute that had a flag on the floor. “I saw the disgusting hatred for everything American. I didn’t want any part of it,” he told The Post. By the mid-’90s he began painting giant flags on any surface he could, including cars. “People laughed at me, nobody wanted it,” he said. He would go door to door around...
    Morrison exposed the existence of the assaults for the duration of a push meeting on Friday, introducing that a “state-based mostly cyber actor” is “targeting Australian businesses throughout a array of sectors, together with all levels of governing administration, field, political companies, training, well being, essential assistance companies and operators of other important infrastructure.” He did not specify which agencies or companies are considered to be below attack, nor did he element the actual character of the attacks — though he did say that the government’s investigation has not uncovered any “significant-scale personal facts breaches.” Morrison also did not say which state Australia believes to be guiding the attack. But he explained to reporters that “there are not a massive quantity of condition-primarily based actors that can have interaction in this form of exercise.” “It is apparent … that this has been carried out by a condition-centered actor with quite, very significant capabilities,” Morrison extra. The attacks are also not new, and Morrison manufactured very clear that these types of threats are a “consistent problem for Australia to offer...
    Morrison disclosed the existence of the attacks all through a press conference on Friday, introducing that a “state-based cyber actor” is “focusing on Australian corporations across a range of sectors, which includes all degrees of governing administration, marketplace, political businesses, schooling, health, vital provider providers and operators of other crucial infrastructure.” He did not specify which organizations or enterprises are considered to be beneath assault, nor did he detail the precise nature of the attacks — nevertheless he did say that the government’s investigation has not uncovered any “huge-scale personal information breaches.” Morrison also did not say which state Australia thinks to be guiding the assault. But he told reporters that “there are not a huge amount of condition-centered actors that can engage in this type of action.” “It is crystal clear … that this has been accomplished by a condition-centered actor with pretty, extremely considerable abilities,” Morrison added. The assaults are also not new, and Morrison built distinct that these kinds of threats are a “continuous situation for Australia to deal with.” But he included that he was...
    (CNN)In the wake of the death of George Floyd, Sen. Tim Scott, a Republican from South Carolina, said he offered an idea to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. Scott wanted to come by and talk about some proposals he had for reforming police.At the time, many rank-and-file members were dismissive that anything could happen on an issue most viewed as being the job of state and local governments, not Congress. But the next day, Scott told CNN that McConnell's office called and the meeting was set up. McConnell didn't just listen. He asked Scott, the only black senator in the Republican conference, to lead a small group of members in developing a framework that they could present to the rest of the GOP senators."He is one of our strongest members," McConnell, a Kentucky Republican, said in an interview with CNN on Thursday. "He is responsible, for example, for economic opportunity zones, which were a major feature of the tax reform bill that we passed and the President signed into law. He was a major player on criminal justice reform, one...
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