The Daily Populous

Saturday October 22nd, 2022 night edition

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Steve Bannon's sentencing marks the first real fruits of the January 6 committee's work.

He's also the most high profile of Donald Trump's key lieutenants to get a jail term in connection with the riots, albeit indirectly through his failure to co-operate.

But while there's been plenty of prime time theatre, questions have persisted over what impact the committee's investigations will really have.

Now the Department of Justice has shown it is prepared to follow through - that is something that will not go unnoticed by others who have slow-walked their co-operation with the inquiry.

Outside the court, Bannon said voters would pass their judgement on 8 November at the midterm elections.

And while they may not have his case uppermost in their minds, the elections will mark a key moment for the investigation - since a Republican victory in the House would spell the end of any further inquiries. »

The Beginning of the End of the Islamic Republic

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They embody the anger that Iranian women and young Iranians feel toward a regime that seeks to stifle their dearest desires.

But in their bravery, the Iranian people have voiced one central request to Western governments: Don’t save the Islamic Republic.

Now, more than ever, it is time for advocates of freedom to think seriously about a world after the Islamic Republic. »

Scorned Russian Mothers Use Putin’s Draft to Rat Out Deadbeat Exes

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And despite numerous court proceedings, she said, he’d absconded on years worth of child support and alimony payments.

According to her, she knows dozens of other women in the same boat who’ve started an online community to discuss the scheme.

“It seems to me that he won’t be able to handle military action: he doesn’t have enough training or strength. »

Canada bans new handgun sales in latest gun control action

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The handgun freeze was announced in May alongside proposed legislation that would implement the nation's strongest gun control measures in 40 years as part of Trudeau's plan to tackle gun violence, his office said.

But the freeze was criticized by the government of the western province of Alberta, which has previously said it will resist other gun control measures proposed by Ottawa.

Canadian Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino called it the most significant action on gun violence in Canada in a generation. »