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Pollak: The Public Responsibility of a Political Journalist
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Pollak: The Public Responsibility of a Political Journalist

In 1973, as Israel was reeling from a surprise attack on Yom Kippur, Minister of Defense Moshe Dayan was in a state of shock. The overconfident Dayan, the hero of the Six Day War, had been certain the Arab states would never strike. But with Syrian tanks poised to descend the Golan, and Egyptian infantry…

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First Public Impeachment Hearing Flops, Drawing 13 Million Viewers
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First Public Impeachment Hearing Flops, Drawing 13 Million Viewers

Wednesday’s highly anticipated public impeachment hearing amounted to a ratings flop, with only 13 million viewers tuning in, according to reports. The hearing, which featured Bill Taylor, acting U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine, and George Kent, a senior State Department official, was teased as a “bombshell, given House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff’s (D-CA) allocating Democrats more time…

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Corporate, public investments spur interest in Pacific Northwest startups
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Corporate, public investments spur interest in Pacific Northwest startups

Dan Burgar is President of the Vancouver VR/AR Association, where he has helped develop the city’s ecosystem into the second largest VR/AR hub globally. He’s also a partner at Shape Immersive, which creates innovative solutions for top brands and enterprises. Cities have always been America’s centers of power, driving the economy forward through competition. But…

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Dem Rep. Cohen: Public Impeachment Hearings Will Start ‘Probably in About a Week or Two’ | Breitbart
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Dem Rep. Cohen: Public Impeachment Hearings Will Start ‘Probably in About a Week or Two’ | Breitbart

On Thursday’s broadcast of CNN’s “Situation Room,” Representative Steve Cohen (D-TN) said that public hearings on impeachment will start “probably in about a week or two.” Cohen said that he thinks the Judiciary Committee will start getting material from the Intelligence Committee “certainly, before Thanksgiving. I suspect maybe the second week of November. There’s no…

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