#126
Across four hours of interviews, the rap billionaire says he’s never voted, has recovered from Covid but doubts vaccines and envisions running a presidency modeled on Wakanda in Black Panther.
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#127
Sorry, but the 2020s will be a decade of horrors no matter which party rules
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#128
He noted that doing so is in line with proper Canadian values, adding that he will stand up for Canada's allies - to which he specifically mentioned Israel.
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#129
Black Lives Matter activists cite Douglass’s 1852 speech ‘What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?’ as proof America is evil. They utterly miss his point.
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#130
The reports were that certain Florida areas were out of ICU beds, or that's what was implied. The truth is... #Florida #Hospitals #HospitalBeds #ICU #ICUBeds #COVID19 #COVID #Coronavirus #realstory #Truth
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#131
The radical culture’s rejection of the facts about change is most pervasive in two important aspects of life: civil rights and the fight to reduce poverty.
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#132
Democrat programs lead to the deliberate fatherlessness, poverty and crime for Black families.
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#133
If China decides to dramatically expand its nuclear forces, it certainly could without warning.
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#135
The Trump administration decide to quit the WHO after months of saying it misled countries about coronavirus
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#136
He’s not wrong. The previous administration left the country in a mess.
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#137
June was a long, arduous month dominated by a single story: Black Lives Matter (BLM) protests and destruction of state and national monuments, or at least those
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#138
Admittedly, I had the all-time favorite Disney song “Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?” in my mind when I wrote this title. Remember Fiddler Pig and Fifer
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#139
Americans significantly decreased contributions to Democrats running for state legislature seats as the Democrat Party has turned hard left.
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#140
The eruption of violence is a perfect storm of animosity toward the police and liberal criminal justice reform policies that have put violent offenders back on the streets and hamstrung police departments, law enforcement professionals say.
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#141
Two California residents were charged with a hate crime and other offenses Tuesday after they were captured on video allegedly covering up a Black Lives Matter mural.
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#142
Pro-lifers have long accused Planned Parenthood of racism, but the nation’s largest abortion provider may face a reckoning led by hundreds of employees and supporters who have charged the organization with being “steeped in white supremacy.”
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#143
Several supporters of Bernie Sanders' presidential campaign challenged long-time Democratic House incumbents.
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#144
Gov. Phil Murphy also said he doesn't currently have plans to close any businesses that have been reopened after months of coronavirus restrictions, even though he's paused further re-openings.
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#145
Ant Group, the fintech arm of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba, plans a Hong Kong float as soon as this year and targets a valuation of more than $200 billion, said two sources with knowledge of the matter.
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#146
President Donald Trump paid a proxy to take a standardized college entrance exam for him when he was a high school student, his niece writes in a tell-all book scheduled to be published next week.
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#147
There is a common fear that Wall Street, buoyed by bullish sentiment, has gotten far ahead of the economic recovery and corporate earnings.
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#148
Several videos posted to social media show both black and white churchgoers being verbally harassed and assaulted outside of the Grace Baptist Church in Troy, New York.
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#149
The following is excerpted, with permission, from Abigail Shrier’s newly published book, Irreversible Damage: The Transgender Craze Seducing Our Daughters, Regnery Publishing (June 30, 2020) 276 pages. In 2016, Lisa Littman, ob-gyn turned public health researcher, and mother of two, was scrolling through social media when she noticed a statistical peculiarity: Several adolescents, most of them girls, from her small town in Rhode Island had come out as transgender—all from within the same friend group. “With the first two announcements, I thought, ‘Wow, that’s great,’” Dr. Littman said, a light New Jersey accent tweaking her vowels. Then came announcements three, four, five, and six. Dr. Littman knew almost nothing about gender dysphoria—her research interests had been confined to reproductive health: abortion stigma and contraception. But she knew enough to recognize that the numbers were much higher than prevalence data would have predicted. “I studied epidemiology… and when you see numbers that greatly exceed your expectations, it’s worth it to look at what might be causing it. Maybe it’s a difference of how you’re counting. It could …
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#150
As protests in Portland are now well into their second month, many businesses that have been looted and vandalized are dealing with uncertainty. Watchworks owner Alex Hofberg said he’s been caught in the middle, wanting to protect his business but also First Amendment rights. “I believe anyone who is guilty of a crime should be prosecuted for it and should be tried fairly,” he said Tuesday. “Yet, we have and cherish the right to protest. ”
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