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    Vice President Mike Pence broadcast Monday that he is up for President Donald Trump's fight to remain in office despite Democrat Joe Biden having seized the lead in the electoral college and won the presidency in a race called by the TV networks.  'Told @VP Team Today, “it ain’t over til it’s over.. and this AIN’T over!' Pence tweeted Monday afternoon. 'President @RealDonaldTrump has never stopped fighting for us and we’re gonna Keep Fighting until every LEGAL vote is counted! His tweet rallying the troops came as Biden expanded his lead in battleground states, a trickle of elected Republicans congratulated Biden, and world leaders placed calls to their next counterpart.  'It ain’t over til it’s over.. and this AIN’T over,' Vice President Mike Pence says he told his team Trump's campaign effort continues to raise funds for its legal ballot, although as of Monday afternoon lawyers had yet to file a suit promised by Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani in Pennsylvania. The effort encountered a setback Monday when the first witness Giuliani brought out at a Saturday press conference was...
    Lucian K. Truscott IV November 7, 2020 1:00PM (UTC) It's not a perfect comparison, but it's close enough: The way I felt when I went to bed on Tuesday night was almost exactly the way I felt on election night in 1972. Richard Nixon had been president for four long years. Watergate was just the most recent outrage in what had essentially been one long crime spree. Nixon had installed his consigliere, John Mitchell, as attorney general, and Mitchell had proceeded to turn the Department of Justice into Nixon's personal retribution headquarters, empaneling grand juries, investigating political opponents, indicting enemies and jailing antiwar protest leaders. Nixon had ordered the secret carpet-bombing of Cambodia and Laos, killing thousands of civilians over a period of four years. He used the IRS, FBI and CIA against his political enemies, employing illegal wiretaps and mail cover and creating an entire surveillance system, known as COINTELPRO, to illegally investigate, surveil and harass members of the press, political enemies and antiwar activists. And in June 1972, Nixon sent the "Plumbers" into Democratic Party headquarters in...
    Despite racking up $10,000 in fines for opening up early in violation of Pennsylvania Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf's coronavirus lockdown, Palmyra restaurant Taste of Sicily remains defiant, PennLive reported. "Some rob you with a gun, while others rob you with a pen," co-owner Mike Mangano noted to the outlet, referring to Wolf. "We ain't paying crap." Image source: WPMT-TV video screenshotWhat are the details?Taste of Sicily has gained regional notoriety for reopening its dining room in mid-May, earlier than it was allowed, PennLive said. Image source: WPMT-TV video screenshot Co-owner Christine Wartluft — Mangano's sister — told the outlet Tuesdays have been difficult as they wait for fines to arrive but added that they'll challenge them in court. The restaurant's owners showed themselves on a Facebook video getting served their latest citation — amounting to a $4,000 fine — by two inspectors from the Department of Agriculture. "Would you guys care to do an interview?" Wartluft asks in the clip while following the men to their car. "And you call yourselves an American, giving hardworking...
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