We have all met someone who behaves like this: someone who has done the homework and wants you to know it. Someone whose politeness is so aggressive that it can only be read as a kind of challenge. Jen Psaki dares you to find her off-putting. Why would you? She is smiling. She even had a joke written down that she made at the appropriate juncture. See? It says “laughing time” right here in the schedule from 5:01 to 5:03 PM.
Then laughing time is over, and it is time for the lies and the jabs and the polite little smirks. Jen Psaki is frankly disappointed that you would stoop so low as to question Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg’s right to paternity leave during a supply chain “crisis.” It’s not really a crisis, anyway: “people have more money, expendable resources, more people are working than they were a year ago.” The economy is getting built back better, says Jen, and our ports runneth over. What are you, some kind of Peloton slut who can’t wait five extra months for your new treadmill?
Spencer Klavan hits the nail on the head with this piece. Jen Psaki is pretentious and condescending to the core. I have never seen a WH Press Secretary worse than her, and I remember how terrible Sean Spicer, Jay Carney, and Robert Gibbs were, and Gibbs was comparable to Psaki but a much more tranquil liar.
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The island of 5.5 million inhabitants has seen an arsenal of surveillance technology deployed on streets across the tightly-controlled city-state.
So far, they are dividing public opinion.
“I think it’s good from a security perspective, to ensure safety in the society, so if anything happens, you still got the footage to trackback,” Fu Suan Kian, an engineer, told AFP.
“It reminds me of Robocop,” said Frannie Teo, a 34-year-old research assistant, who was walking through the shopping centre.
“It brings to mind a dystopian world of robots… I’m just a bit hesitant about that kind of concept,” she added.
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Only one man in Hollywoke today could make a movie as old-fashioned, straightforward, and ultimately uplifting as Cry Macho.
If Cry Macho is to be Clint’s final screen appearance, it’s a worthy swan song that will make your day.
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In a surreal press conference that included bible quotes, a moment of silence, and blaming President Trump, Biden said he was open to sending US forces back into Afghanistan to assist with the withdrawal.
“Whatever they need, if they need additional force, I will grant it,” he said, adding that the US military can target ISIS-K without “large scale military operations.”
Biden stated on Thursday that as president, he owned responsibility for “all that’s happened.” Still, he disputed that his deadline to withdraw led inevitably to the chaotic evacuation at the Kabul airport or the deaths at the hands of Isis-K.
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As Quinnipiac University requires students to be vaccinated against COVID-19 for the fall 2021 semester, students who did not request an exemption nor submit proof of vaccination will face consequences, according to Associate Vice President for Public Relations John Morgan’s email to The Chronicle. Students who don’t comply with the mandate will face
I hope every one of these kids walks out and leaves the college with no students—what a stupid move. Any college student enrolled there should part ways with these universities.
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