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Chris Cuomo Shreds Trump White House Staffers Now ‘Running For The Exits’

The Daily Beast

‘Stop the Steal’ Organizer in Hiding After Denying Blame for Riot

Two weeks before thousands of Trump rioters breached Congress, “Stop the Steal” organizer Ali Alexander said his group wasn’t violent—“yet.”“One of our organizers in one state said, ‘We’re nice patriots, we don’t throw bricks,’” Alexander told a crowd at a Dec. 19 rally at Arizona’s state capitol. “I leaned over and I said, ‘Not yet. Not yet!’ Haven’t you read about a little tar-and-feathering? Those were second-degree burns!”Alexander, who has described himself as one of the “official originators” of the Jan. 6 rally in Washington, went

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Teachers Union Burns Betsy DeVos With 2 Memorable Words After Resignation

The Daily Beast

The Capitol Riot Is Over. But the Search for Booby Traps Could Take Weeks.

By Elaine ShannonThe U.S. Capitol is not safe.It’s safer than it was Wednesday, when a mob stormed it shortly after 1 p.m. The Capitol complex was declared secured by the police by 5:40 p.m.And it’s safer after U.S. Capitol Police discovered a red GMC Sierra 1500 pickup parked near the Capitol which, according to an affidavit filed by a U.S. Capitol policeman, contained a handgun, an M4 carbine assault rifle, magazines of ammunition and 11 mason jars filled with a gasoline-Styrofoam mix, that,

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Can Free Community College Unite a Divided U.S.?

“The Biden Plan for Education beyond High School,” a platform document circulated by Joe Biden’s team during the 2020 presidential campaign, refers to community colleges as “America’s best kept secret.” While that may come as a surprise to the 8.2 million students enrolled in these institutions (who represent 37 percent of the country’s year-round undergraduates, according to the U.S. Department of Education), it is a point worthy of consideration. Higher education in the U.S. has long meant four-year colleges—and it has become a societal dividing line. In the last two presidential elections, Donald Trump twice won more than 60 percent

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In farewell, DeVos urges Congress to reject Biden’s policies

In a farewell letter to Congress on Monday, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos urged lawmakers to reject President-elect Joe Biden’s education agenda, while imploring them to shield Trump administration policies that Biden has promised to eliminate.

DeVos does not explicitly acknowledge President Donald Trump’s election defeat nor does she refer to Biden by name. Instead, her letter offers lawmakers “some encouragement and closing thoughts.” As DeVos prepares to exit the Education Department, she says the coronavirus pandemic has exposed much that is “not encouraging” about U.S. education.

“While my time as Secretary is finite, my time as an advocate for children

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2020 remembered for fight to save academic year in SA

a group of people looking at a phone: FILE: Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga monitoring the start of Matric Exams at Sekano-Ntoane High School on Soweto on the morning of 5 November 2020.

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FILE: Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga monitoring the start of Matric Exams at Sekano-Ntoane High School on Soweto on the morning of 5 November 2020.

JOHANNESBURG – The year 2020 will be remembered as the year schools had to face the harsh reality of possibly losing the entire academic year.

Government was forced to close schools in a bid to contain the surge in COVID-19 infections.

The spread of the virus saw the education sector divided on how to save the academic year during a pandemic.

While declaring the COVID-19 outbreak a national state of disaster, President Cyril

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