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US Cranking War Back Up in Somalia

President Joe Biden is cranking back up the US government’s war in Somalia. Previously, President Donald Trump brought some reprieve in US military action in the African nation. But, intervention reducing developments in US foreign policy tend to face much pressure to end.

In a Monday article at the New York Times, Charlie Savage and Eric Schmitt relate some of the new developments in US military action in Somalia. The article begins with the following reporting of key developments:

"President Biden has signed an order authorizing the military to once again deploy hundreds of Special Operations forces inside Somalia — largely reversing the decision by President Donald J. Trump to withdraw nearly all 700 ground troops who had been stationed there, according to four officials familiar with the matter."
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Fortunate Swedes

Early on in the coronavirus scare, the government of Sweden chose to communicate some health advice and let things go on rather close to normal instead of falling in line with other countries’ governments imposing sets of draconian mandates in the name of countering coronavirus.
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Wikipedia Bias

Ten to fifteen years ago, Wikipedia, though not free of bias, seemed like a rather reliable place to find information about people, places, and events involved in modern politics. Someone desiring to research something related to current events could back then often be well served by starting with a look through a page at Wikipedia.
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Trashing the Constitution to Seize Russians’ Property

In his March 1 State of the Union speech, President Joe Biden threatened, in a comment directed to people he termed “Russian oligarchs,” that “we are joining with our European allies to find and seize your yachts your luxury apartments your private jets. We are coming for your ill-begotten gains.” Since then, US government agents have been doing just that, seizing Russians’ property wherever it can be found.
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Andrew Napolitano Discusses the ‘Tremendous News’ that a Court Struck Down President Biden’s Transportation-Related Mask Mandate

A United States district judge in Florida struck down on Monday the mandate imposed by President Joe Biden through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that people countrywide wear masks in many public transportation-related activities and locations, as well as in taxis and ride share vehicles.
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Ron Paul Is Not a Fan of Joe Biden’s New World Order Aspiration

Ron Paul gained the recognition and admiration of many people due to his advocacy in presidential campaigns for the United States adopting a noninterventionist foreign policy. No to war and sanctions. Butt out of other countries’ affairs. Yes to trade and communication. Thus, it should be expected that Paul would object to President Joe Biden, in the midst of Biden ramping up sanctions and antagonistic rhetoric against Russia, promoting a “new world order.”
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Polling on Religious Objections to Coronavirus Shots Offers Reason for Optimism for Liberty in America

The intense effort to convince and compel Americans to take experimental coronavirus “vaccine” shots has been a dire threat to liberty. One of the manifestations of this effort has been mandates imposed by President Joe Biden requiring many millions of Americans to take the shots in order to keep their jobs or be hired for new jobs with either government or private employers. State and local governments, as well as government-funded educational institutions, have also pursued efforts, including shots or no job mandates, to push individuals to take the shots.
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Lia Thomas and Women’s Sports

Last week, University of Pennsylvania student Lia Thomas won the swimming women’s division National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division One national championship for 500-yard freestyle. Two years back, Thomas, who had gone by the first name of Will, was finishing up competing with the university’s men’s division swimming team.
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