Tellwut US Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - August 20 2021

Newsletter 08/20/2021

Afghanistan War Unpopular Amid Chaotic Pullout: Poll

A significant majority of Americans doubt that the war in Afghanistan was worthwhile, even as the United States is more divided over President Joe Biden’s handling of foreign policy and national security, according to a poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.-Huffington Post

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Judge says case against former Parkland school resource officer Scot Peterson can go to trial

A Florida judge ruled Thursday that a case may proceed against former Broward County Sheriff's Deputy Scot Peterson, a school resource officer who was widely criticized after he failed to confront a shooter during the deadly massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in February 2018. Broward Circuit Judge Martin Fein denied a motion to dismiss 11 charges, including counts of felony child neglect. Days after the Valentine's Day shooting, footage surfaced of Peterson taking position near the 700 and 800 buildings at the high school, a spot he stayed at for more than 45 minutes.-CNN

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8th-Graders Lead Effort To Clear The Name Of Wrongly Convicted Salem ‘Witch’

More than three centuries after a Massachusetts woman was wrongly convicted of witchcraft and sentenced to death, she’s finally on the verge of being exonerated — thanks to a curious eighth-grade civics class.-Huffington Post

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Ottawa has 'no plans' to recognize Taliban as legitimate government of Afghanistan: Trudeau

Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau put the pin back in a political grenade today by firmly declaring that Canada will not recognize the Taliban regime as the legitimate government in Afghanistan. The Taliban continues to be listed as a terrorist organization by Canada and its allies — something that's unlikely to change anytime soon.- CTV News

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