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D.C. chiropractor who stormed Capitol arrested on Jan. 6 charges – NBC News

A D.C. chiropractor who stormed the halls of Congress on Jan. 6 was arrested on federal charges as the FBI descended on his office just blocks …

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Commanders assistant Jack Del Rio defends comparing George Floyd protests to Capitol riots

Del Rio and coach Ron Rivera say they aren’t concerned how that opinion will go over among players, many of whom are Black and spoke out about …

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Biden says Republicans bullied by gun lobby during late-night show visit

2022-06-09T03:42:56Z

U.S. President Joe Biden reacts as he makes a statement about the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas shortly after Biden returned to Washington from his trip to South Korea and Japan, at the White House in Washington, U.S. May 24, 2022. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

U.S President Joe Biden on Wednesday blamed the lack of any progress on gun safety on intimidation by the gun lobby, and he called on voters to make it a deciding issue come November during his first in-person appearance on a late-night talk show.

Biden told late-night host Jimmy Kimmel that the National Rifle Association has bullied Republicans into thinking that “if they vote for rational gun policy, they’re going to be primaried.”

Biden, a Democrat, said he is considering additional executive orders, but doesn’t want to emulate his predecessor’s use of the non-legislative strategy, calling it an “abuse of the constitution.”

The appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” on ABC with a late-night host who has discussed weighty issues like U.S. health care and the mass shooting crisis gives Biden an opportunity to humanize himself with voters and get his message across to millions.

Biden has been frustrated by his poor poll ratings amid concerns about high gas and energy prices, baby formula shortages, and lack of progress on several legislative fronts like voting rights and abortion rights, as well as gun safety. His advisers are hoping to retool their messaging in the upcoming weeks, hoping to focus on the positive elements of the economy, such as job and wage growth.

“Inflation is the bane of our existence,” Biden said.

He criticized U.S. oil major Exxon Mobil (XOM.N) for making fat profits but not drilling new wells or refining more gasoline and instead buying back its own stock.

“I mean, it’s just ass – excuse me – it’s backwards,” Biden said.

Kimmel lightly chided Biden for his continued optimism amid limited progress on his legislative agenda issues, and said how can you play “Monopoly” by the rules with his rival Republicans who don’t.

Biden smiled and joked: “We’ve got to send them to jail,” a reference to a punishment in the board game.

While former President Donald Trump was absent on late-night television as president, Barack Obama was a regular presence on the shows during his time in office.

This Wednesday, however, will mark Biden’s first in-studio late-night spot following pandemic-era Zoom interviews with Jimmy Fallon and Seth Meyers.

Kimmel started his career as a raunchy host of Comedy Central’s “The Man Show” before becoming host of his own late-night show. Kimmel has not been shy about using his platform to address social issues with a personal bent.

Kimmel passionately spoke about the health-care debate following the birth of his son, who was born with a serious heart issue. Kimmel also broke down in tears after the 2017 mass shooting in Las Vegas, his hometown, which ultimately killed 60 people.

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In shadow of Ukraine war, U.S. and China set to clash at Asian security meeting

2022-06-09T03:44:40Z

The United States and China are expected to use Asia’s top security meeting this week to trade blows over everything from Taiwan’s sovereignty to the war in Ukraine, although both sides have indicated a willingness to discuss managing differences.

The Shangri-La Dialogue, which attracts top-level military officials, diplomats and weapons makers from around the globe, will take place June 10-12 in Singapore, the first time the event has been held since 2019 after it was postponed twice because of COVID-19.

On the sidelines of the summit, U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and Chinese Minister of National Defence General Wei Fenghe are expected to hold their first face-to-face meeting since President Joe Biden took office more than two years ago.

“We expect, from our perspective, the substance of that meeting to be focused on managing competition in regional and global issues,” a senior U.S. official said.

Chinese media have also said Beijing will use the meeting to discuss cooperation with the United States.

Austin and Wei are likely to then use speeches over the weekend to re-affirm their commitment to the Asia-Pacific region, while delivering some pointed remarks in the direction of the other.

Relations between China and the United States have been tense in recent months, with the world’s two largest economies clashing over everything from Chinese belligerence towards Taiwan, its military activity in the South China Sea and Beijing’s attempts to expand influence in the Pacific region.

Although the summit is focused on Asian security issues, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine will remain central to discussions. The conflict, which has killed tens of thousands of people, uprooted millions and reduced cities to rubble, entered its 100th day last week.

Ukraine will send a delegation to the meeting but the Russians will not be attending, according to a source familiar with the list of attendees.

“American participants will use the occasion to criticise China’s strategic partnership with Russia,” said Li Mingjiang, associate professor at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies in Singapore.

“We’ll see some inferences of the China-Russia partnership as a coalition of autocracies … China will defend their relationship with Russia, their position and policy in response to Ukraine.”

With U.S. military and political capital soaked up by the war in Ukraine, Austin will be under pressure to convince China’s rivals in Asia that they can rely on Washington.

“They say that China is this huge threat and they’re even saying it’s an acute threat. Yet it seems a major part of the attention and resources are basically going to Europe,” said Elbridge Colby, a former senior Pentagon official. “It’s not about words, it’s about walking the walk.”

Bilateral talks between the United States and China, and much of the conference, will likely focus on Taiwan.

China, which claims democratic Taiwan as its own territory, has increased military activity near the island over the past two years, responding to what it calls “collusion” between Taipei and Washington.

“The U.S. is going to come out swinging on Taiwan specifically but also China’s growing assertiveness throughout the Indo-Pacific,” said Derek Grossman, a senior defence analyst at the RAND Corporation, a think tank.

This month, Biden said the United States would get involved militarily should China attack Taiwan, although the administration has since clarified that U.S. policy on the issue has not changed and Washington does not support Taiwan’s independence.

Washington has had a long-standing policy of strategic ambiguity on whether it would defend Taiwan militarily.

The Pacific islands have also emerged as a key front in Washington’s strategic competition with China.

Biden’s special envoy is due to visit the Marshall Islands next week amid growing U.S. worries about China’s efforts to expand its influence in the region. Last week, a virtual meeting of 10 Pacific foreign ministers hosted by Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi in Fiji agreed to defer consideration of a Chinese proposal for a sweeping trade and security pact. read more

Also looming over the Shangri-La Dialogue is the increasing military threat posed by North Korea, which has carried out at least 18 rounds of weapons tests this year, underscoring its evolving nuclear and missile arsenals.

Officials from South Korea, the United States and Japan said on Wednesday that North Korea’s recent missile tests were “serious, unlawful” provocations. read more

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida will open the conference on Friday with a keynote speech in which he is expected to call for peaceful resolutions to disputes in the Asia-Pacific region.

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Chinese Defense Minister Wei Fenghe attends the IISS Shangri-la Dialogue in Singapore, June 2, 2019. REUTERS/Feline Lim

U.S. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin addresses the media during a news conference after the Ukraine defence consultative group meeting, as Russia’s attack on Ukraine continues, at U.S. Airbase in Ramstein, Germany, April 26, 2022. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach

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Former Rutgers star golfer Chris Gotterup qualifies for U.S. Open – TheKnightReport

The win at the Puerto Rico Classic qualified him for the PGA Tour’s Puerto Rico Open where he took seventh. Gotterup who just turned pro, will compete …

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1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (197 sites): Palmer Report: What does CNN think it’s doing?

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I’d like to offer warm congratulations to CNN. This is because of an interesting report that has surfaced. And if there is any truth to said report, CNN is gearing up to screw up even more than they already have — not an easy thing to do.

As you know, Chris Licht is the new President of CNN, and he has been hard at work doing his best to lure eyes to the embittered network. Only some of these ideas might not be in the network’s best interest or the viewers. According to Axios, Licht wants to move away from partisan politics — which is all well and good. How he wants to do it should alarm all of us.

Reportedly Licht is taking a close look at some of the CNN anchors who might be a bit too partisan for the “new CNN.” One of them is Jim Acosta. You see, I am sure where this is going.

Licht reportedly wants to move to the center. Licht has to realize that there is no center anymore. Unless Licht somehow signs up Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger to be regularly featured on CNN, he’s got a problem.

There are few Republicans in the middle. That is because the GOP is no longer a party. An NRA mouthpiece? Check. A Donald Trump defender? Check. But a political party with ideas? Not.


Perhaps Licht knows this but doesn’t want to deal with the problem. There are reports that any CNN pundit who is too partisan — might be on their way out. Jim Acosta is specifically mentioned. Jim Acosta is the crown jewel of CNN — and frankly, one of the few reasons I bother to tune in at all.


If this report is accurate — and Licht’s idea of improving CNN is axing one of the few honest voices in political punditry — he is about to get a real surprise. CNN will lose MORE viewers if that happens. Acosta is loved. And people won’t take too kindly to yet another honest broker being pushed to the side in favor of dishonest brokers and fake news.

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