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Key US allies ‘temporarily’ halt campaign against ISIS in Syria following clashes with Turkey

[ad_1] The US-led coalition fighting ISIS has conducted scores of air and artillery strikes in recent weeks as it has sought to drive ISIS from its last stronghold east of the Euphrates River in Syria.ISIS has been driven to just a few towns in the area and the US and its coalition allies conducted 184 air and artillery strikes last week targeting the terror group's last remaining territory, striking command
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‘That’s Not For Them To Know’: Staffers Reveal Gillum Is Hiding True Views In Undercover Sting Video

[ad_1] James O'Keefe's Project Veritas released a bombshell video on Wednesday night that showed staffers for Florida Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum revealing just how far-left he is and how the campaign is trying to hide that from voters. Omar Smith, a campaign staffer for Gillum, said that if elected, "None of the programs that people are hoping for would happen" but "that’s not for [voters] to know." "Gillum is
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If Obama could start DACA via executive order, I can end birthright citizenship via executive order

[ad_1] Rarely has he stated the logic of Trumpism so succinctly. When Trumpists call out their opponents for doing something objectionable or unconstitutional (as Trump has frequently described DACA), they’re not saying that Americans shouldn’t behave this way. They’re saying they should be allowed to behave just as badly. How can we make America great again without a race to the bottom? DACA was unconstitutional, allegedly, because it represented a
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A Whole Bunch Of Rhinos And Tigers Are About To Die Thanks To China

[ad_1] The communist regime of China has just effectively issued a "death warrant" for scores of rhinos and tigers for no apparent reason other than greed and medical superstition. According to HuffPo, the Chinese government lifted its 25-year ban on rhinoceros horns and tiger bones being used for medical research. "China’s cabinet clarified that only certified hospitals and doctors would be allowed to use the animal parts ― and said
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National Archives releases draft indictment of Richard Nixon amid Mueller probe

[ad_1] The documents, known as the Watergate Road Map, as released Wednesday contained redactions and never-before-seen remnants of the investigation into Nixon but largely contained information previously made public, according to the Archives. The group that petitioned for Wednesday's release had said in a September post that should special counsel Robert Mueller decide to issue a report to Congress, the Road Map would be one example to follow."If Mueller decides
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Wages and job creation soaring

[ad_1] For the past several years, economists wondered why unemployment continued to drop without a corresponding increase in wages. That trend has finally disappeared, according to a new report from the Department of Labor, and it couldn’t have come at a better time for the Trump administration. Wages grew faster than expectations in the past month, and had the biggest gain over the past year in a decade: The Labor
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Let’s face it, Claire McCaskill is a piece of sh*t

[ad_1] Every day I’m told that there’s no common ground between the parties. But I don’t know. Reading this, I feel like there’s some. Seriously, though, if you asked me to rank all 49 Democratic senators on the extent to which they’re pieces of sh*t, McCaskill is probably bottom 10. (Well, bottom 20, perhaps.) It figures in these highly polarized times that even when a Democrat is willing to drop an
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In deep-red Kansas, a House race poses a test for Trump and Pelosi

[ad_1] So staffers for the GOP candidate in this House race, Steve Watkins, reacted with delight when during a day of door knocking here, a voter walked out onto her front steps and parroted a Republican attack line bombarding the airwaves."Shady Paul Davis!" she blared, a reference to the aggressive attack ads launched by House Speaker Paul Ryan's super PAC, which is berating the Democratic candidate in a multimillion-dollar ad
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Here’s exactly what Donald Trump will say on November 7

[ad_1] President Donald Trump holds a news conference to talk about the results -- and what they mean for him and his 2020 prospects. And he says this*:"We always knew this was going to be a very tough election. Most presidents have lost huge numbers of seats in the House and Senate. When I first took office, many people said we would lose the House and Senate. And lose them
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Married Couple Fell To Their Deaths At Yosemite While Taking Selfie, According To Relative

[ad_1] A young married couple from India fell to their deaths while taking a selfie on a precipitous ledge at Yosemite National Park, according to the brother of the man. On the evening of October 23, 29-year-old Vishnu Viswanath and 30-year-old Meenakshi Moorthy apparently fell from Taft Point, which has a granite ledge without a railing. Jishnu Viswanath, Vishnu’s brother, told AP that Moorthy had set up their tripod near
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Trump, Brady admit no chance of middle class tax cut this year

[ad_1] It was the first time the White House had returned to a last-ditch campaign promise since the President made the pledge at a rally in Nevada almost two weeks ago. The statement effectively closed the door on any chance of pushing through a tax cut this year.Even as Trump has crisscrossed the country this week stumping for GOP members in the run-up to next Tuesday's midterm elections, he has
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Has Halloween become a ‘nightmarish orgy of cultural appropriation’?

[ad_1] Jonathan Turley wrote a column for the Hill yesterday about cultural appropriation and how concerns about that topic seem to peak each year around Halloween. Has the holiday become a net negative? Is it now just an “orgy of cultural appropriation?” “Cultural appropriation” has become a common term on campuses and is receiving broader meaning with each passing year. In Utah, a high school student was denounced for wearing a Chinese
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Trump Organization agrees to produce Trump’s calendars in defamation suit

[ad_1] Zervos, a former contestant on Trump's reality TV show, "The Apprentice," sued Trump for defamation in January 2017, alleging that he harmed her reputation when he called her a liar after she accused him of sexually assaulting her in 2007. Trump has denied any wrongdoing in the case.Zervos claims Trump kissed her twice on the lips during a lunch meeting in his New York City office in 2007. On
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Sanders: Trump Is The ‘Most Racist, Sexist, Homophobic, Bigoted President In History’

[ad_1] Appearing at a rally for Maryland Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ben Jealous on Tuesday, Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) decided to throw out any high-minded ideas of dialogue and rant that President Trump was the most “racist, sexist, homophobic, bigoted president in history.” Sanders stated: I just returned on Saturday from a nine-state tour working with great candidates all across this country. And I can tell you there are candidates and
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CMS head: Scariest Halloween costume is ‘Medicare for all’

[ad_1] Seema Verma, who runs the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, wrote Wednesday on Twitter: "The year's scariest Halloween costume goes to..." The tweet then featured an image of an individual wearing a T-shirt with the words "MEDICARE FOR ALL" printed across the front. "Medicare-for-all" is a proposal that would broaden Medicare, which provides coverage for seniors and some people with disabilities, to all Americans in an effort to
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This Ocasio-Cortez Campaign Email Is Chock-Full Of Hate And Insanity

[ad_1] If her latest email to supporters provides any indication, the future socialist congresswoman from New York, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, is ginning up voter enthusiasm by scaring them out of their wits, warning them of the coming white supremacist apocalypse that will surely come if the GOP wins the mid-terms in November. Throughout the email, Ocasio-Cortez makes not a single campaign promise other than the promise to protect voters from the
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Media’s Blaming Trump for ‘Climate of Hate’

[ad_1] Members of the media and their allies on the left should look in the mirror — or at least take a moment for the country to mourn tragedy — before blaming violence and incivility on President Donald Trump and conservatives in general. They certainly haven’t done that in the last few weeks. First, authorities arrested a seemingly disturbed man in connection to pipe bombs that were mailed to CNN and
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Mexico Deports Caravan Migrants Wanted for Murder, Drug Trafficking

[ad_1] Mexican law enforcement officials deported two migrants traveling in the caravan that is headed for the U.S. border as they are reportedly fugitives wanted for their roles in a triple murder and drug trafficking. "The arrest took place as part of a joint effort between Mexico’s Federal Police and the National Migration Institute (INM) in conjunction with Interpol, Mexico’s Secretariat of the Interior said," journalists Brandon Darby and Ildefonso
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The women of Google are walking out. Guess why

[ad_1] What’s going on at Google HQ these days? (I mean, aside from squashing conservative views in search results and figuring out what happened to that whole “don’t be evil” thing.) One report out this week indicates that the women working at the search giant are preparing to walk off the job. That seems strange for a company what was once ranked as one of the best places to work
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Madeleine Albright, Colin Powell express disgust over incendiary rhetoric, Trump policies

[ad_1] Appearing together before a packed arena at Creighton University, in Omaha, Nebraska, as part of a Presidential Lecture Series celebrating the school's 140th anniversary, the two former top diplomats expressed disgust over the country's current hot political rhetoric."We have come to live in a society based on insults, on lies and on things that just aren't true. It creates an environment where deranged people feel empowered," said Powell, who
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Pittsburgh Doctors and Nurses Can’t Contain Excitement When Trump Walks Past

[ad_1] President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump were welcomed with open arms by Pittsburgh hospital staff on Tuesday when the couple visited to pay their respects to the victims of the shooting at a synagogue that took place over the weekend. Opponents of the administration sent out politically charged messages and organized demonstrations, however, when the president and first lady did arrive to pay their respects, they received
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Universities Going to Extreme Lengths To Prevent ‘Racist’ Halloween Costumes

[ad_1] Several universities across the country have issued guidelines for students regarding what is acceptable to wear at Halloween, particularly directing students to avoid “cultural appropriation.” Campus Reform reported that Princeton University in New Jersey put out a multipoint checklist for students to consider when choosing their costume. “Are you altering your skin color, facial/body features to make it darker or indicative of a particular race, ethnicity, or cultural group?”
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Maybe we’ll send 15,000 troops to the border

[ad_1] First it was 800 troops providing logistical support, then five thousand to secure it. Why stop there, though? Earlier today, Donald Trump pledged to send as many as fifteen thousand troops to the southern border in response to several migrant caravans from South America. In other words, don’t knock on our border and expect to succeed at trick-or-treat: JUST IN: Days before midterms, Pres. Trump says military's border mission could
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Beto O’Rourke Is Oddly Quiet About the Migrant Caravan

[ad_1] Robert “Beto” O’Rourke, the Democratic challenger to Ted Cruz, has opened up about many a hot-button topic but one topic he hasn’t yet weighed in on is the migrant caravan currently heading toward Texas’s southern border. According to the Daily Caller, who emailed O’Rourke’s campaign, the Democratic hopeful had no official statement to give on the migrant caravan “yet”: “Beto does not yet have a statement about the migrant caravan.
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My Christian Film Got Rated ‘R.’ It Has No Nudity, Sex, Bad Language, Gore, Drugs.

[ad_1] The Motion Picture Association of America adds its name to a list of increasingly brazen leftist media powerhouses who discriminate against conservative voices in the public square. Facebook: Graphic images of a woman smashing and eating a baby do not violate “community standards” but quoting a Bible verse on homosexuality does. Twitter: Conservative voices and alternative news sources frequently find themselves muzzled while profane rants against them are celebrated.
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Let’s Rock DC and Silicon Valley This Election

[ad_1] What the Democrats haven’t been able to win at the ballot box or in court they now seem to be trying to misappropriate online. As many in the GOP have increasingly lamented, the right to free speech on the internet is now being replaced with the apparent right of those on the left not to be offended nor confronted with dissent. Left-leaning technology giants like Facebook, Twitter, Apple and
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Sure, Rhetoric Will Tone Down…When Dems Are In Charge Again

[ad_1] Child activist David Hogg was just on TV again, MSNBC specifically, talking about things he doesn’t really know much about. And I’m not trying to come after the kid. He went through hell, just like all the kids at Stoneman Douglas High School did when a classmate decided to murder students and teachers there back in February. And I think, because he’s young and emotionally raw, he’s an easy
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I changed my mind on birthright citizenship because of the “power of immigrants”

[ad_1] Why is Reid suddenly wading into this debate? Because Trump has mentioned his early-90s support for ending birthright citizenship not once but twice on his Twitter feed today. Between that and the precedent used to nuke the filibuster for Neil Gorsuch’s confirmation, who knew that Dirty Harry would be so useful to Republicans in retirement? He’s unhappy about it: Reid being Reid, each statement must come packaged with at
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Trump says up to 15,000 troops could go to the border

[ad_1] "As far as the caravan is concerned our military is out, we have about 5,000-8 (thousand), we'll go up to anywhere between 10 (thousand) and 15,000 military personnel on top of border patrol, ICE and everybody else on the border," Trump told reporters Wednesday.The Pentagon has already announced 5,200 active duty troops are being sent to the border and has identified an additional 2,000 that could go. There are
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Beto O’Rourke Has Already Broken a Campaign Promise Before Election Day

[ad_1] Texas Senate candidate Rep. Beto O’Rourke appears to have already broken one of his campaign promises. Fox News reported that the Democratic candidate spent almost $18 million on a DNC affiliated consultancy company after he promised not to do so. Federal Election Commission records show that in the last quarter, O’Rourke’s campaign spent almost $18 million on Screen Strategies Media, a “full service media strategy, planning and buying agency” that offers
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Rabbi Receives Hate Mail After Welcoming Trump to Synagogue Memorial

[ad_1] Politics US News Saul Loeb / AFP / Getty ImagesPresident Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump, alongside Rabbi Jeffrey Myers, place stones and flowers on a memorial Tuesday as they pay their respects at the Tree of Life Synagogue following last weekend's shooting in Pittsburgh. (Saul Loeb / AFP / Getty Images)Days after a prayer service he was leading at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh was
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Ted Cruz Still Leads Beto O’Rourke In Multiple Polls Going Into Midterms, but Don’t Get Complacent

[ad_1] It’s the final sprint toward the finish line in the 2018 midterms, and almost all eyes are on the race in Texas between Senator Ted Cruz and Democratic challenger Beto O’Rourke. The race has had national attention in no small part because of O’Rourke, who has been given the Hollywood treatment. So desperate is the left to unseat Cruz that they’ve thrown no shortage of attention and money at
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Montana Libertarian Candidate Throws Support To GOP Candidate. GOP Could Pick Up Another Senate Seat.

[ad_1] On Wednesday, the Montana Libertarian candidate for the U.S. Senate, Rick Breckenridge, dropped out of the race and endorsed GOP candidate Matt Rosendale, the state’s Insurance Commissioner, who is running against incumbent Democratic senator Jon Tester, who has served as the state’s senator since 2006. Breckenridge throwing his support to Rosendale may turn the race in the GOP candidate’s favor; the most recent poll taken in Montana, the Gravis
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‘MAKING AMERICA SAFE AGAIN!’: Trump Savages Democrats In Video On Illegal Immigration

[ad_1] President Donald Trump slammed the Democratic Party in a video he posted to his Twitter account on Wednesday that highlighted crimes committed by illegal aliens and criminal migrants who are seeking to illegally enter the United States. The video specifically highlighted criminal illegal alien Luis Bracamontes, who has been sentenced to death after he was found guilty of murdering two police officers. The portion of the video highlighting Bracamontes
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Leftist Shia LaBeouf’s ‘He Will Not Divide Us’ Global ‘Capture-The-Flag’ Game Back On

[ad_1] Shia LaBeouf's anti-Trump art installation resurfaced Wednesday, kicking off round eight of a global "capture the flag" game. LaBeouf launched "He Will Not Divide Us," an "art installation" designed to foment resistance to President Donald Trump, on Inauguration Day in 2017. Initially, the installation was a live-stream camera placed outside the Museum of the Moving Image in New York City, and visitors were expected to look into the lens
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Liberals beginning to panic over Oregon Governor’s race

[ad_1] I’ll confess that I had my doubts originally, but it’s looking more and more as if the campaign to be Oregon’s next governor is not only competitive but within reach of the GOP. (Something which would be truly remarkable considering that Oregonians haven’t sent a Republican to the Governor’s Mansion since Victor Atiyeh in 1979.) We saw the first signs of trouble for the Democrats in August when Governor
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Shaun White Forced To Apologize For His Fake Costume Of A Fake Character In A Fake Movie

[ad_1] Men’s halfpipe gold medalist Shaun White, of the United States, speaks at a news conference at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2018. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky) Rage – it’s all the rage in 2018. No one is safe from the rage mobs, not even Olympic champion Shaun White. White came under fire this week from around the internet when he chose to dress as
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The midterm elections could determine the fate of your health care (opinion)

[ad_1] And for good reason -- new data last month showed that US life expectancy has now declined for three years in a row. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that deaths from drugs, alcohol and suicide are driving the drop. It's suddenly not so unthinkable that the next generation will live shorter lives than we will -- and largely due to preventable deaths. With health care as
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‘The Biggest Terror Threat in This Country is White Men’

[ad_1] CNN host Don Lemon declared Monday night that “the biggest terror threat in this country is white men” and “there is no travel ban on them.” Lemon’s pronouncement came during a handoff between his program and fellow CNN host Chris Cuomo. “I keep trying to point out to people, and not to demonize any one group or any one ethnicity…” Lemon said prior to doing what he said he
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WATCH: Caravan Migrant Admits He Committed ‘Attempted Murder’

[ad_1] A Honduran national traveling with the migrant caravan that is headed toward the U.S. border admitted to a Fox News reporter this week that he fled his country after he "got in trouble" for "attempted murder." Fox News' Griff Jenkins, using a translator, interviewed a man named Jose, who admitted that he had a "third-degree felony" for "attempted murder." "In my country, Honduras, I got in trouble," Jose said.
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Ben & Jerry’s Says It’s ‘Comfortable’ Partnering With Women’s March Despite Farrakhan Ties, Anti-Semitism

[ad_1] Ben & Jerry's says it has no plans to sever ties with the Women's March, despite its deep connections to rabid anti-Semite preacher and Nation of Islam head, Louis Farrakhan, and even told reporters they're "comfortable" handing over donations to the Women's March — and its leader Linda Sarsour — despite the claims. On Tuesday, the Vermont ice cream maker famous for its leftist bent and its celebrity collaborations
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McSally rallying in AZ, Heller up six in NV

[ad_1] First, the bad news from the new Reuters polls out today: Democrats may be rolling in Florida. Their latest survey from the Sunshine State puts Andrew Gillum up six points over Ron DeSantis (50/44), albeit taken before the latest scandal news from Tallahassee. Gov. Rick Scott’s trailing by almost the same margin against incumbent Democrat Bill Nelson (49/44) for the Senate seat, perhaps taking one potential GOP pickup off
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Pakistani Catholic Woman Sentenced To Death For Blasphemy Is Acquitted. Her Safety May Now Be At Risk.

[ad_1] A Catholic woman who was held in prison for eight years in Pakistan and sentenced to death on charges of blasphemy, reputedly because an argument sprang up after she drank from a cup that her Muslim neighbors wanted to use, was finally acquitted by a Pakistani court, but her life is in jeopardy from the hardline Islamists who want her dead. In 2010, Asia Bibi, 47, who is married
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EPA quietly telling states they can pollute more

[ad_1] The Trump administration's position is outlined in a highly technical guidance memo about plans states must create and submit for EPA approval under the Clean Air Act's good neighbor requirements. It was sent in August to EPA regional offices and posted on the agency's website, but not announced to the public.The memo introduces the idea of increasing the threshold for how much smog a state can dump on its
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Would you support banning AR-15s and confiscating those in circulation?

[ad_1] She … does not answer directly. This is no academic question for Georgia gun owners either, as their gubernatorial election is a pure toss-up right now. In fact, the latest poll has Abrams ahead by a point, the first time she’s led in any survey in three months. If a blue wave arrives next week, there’s every reason to believe she’s the next governor. Good thing both houses of
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Has a Political Dirty Trick Just Cost Jon Tester the Montana Senate Race?

[ad_1] FILE – In this July 5, 2018, file photo, President Donald Trump looks to GOP Senate candidate Matt Rosendale, giving him the thumbs-up during a rally at the Four Seasons Arena at Montana ExpoPark, in Great Falls, Mont. Montana State Auditor Rosendale has made his support for Trump a centerpiece of his campaign to unseat U.S. Sen. Jon Tester. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster, File)   Over the past few weeks,
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Fetal Homicide Case Could Send ‘Roe v. Wade’ Back To Court

[ad_1] The U.S. Supreme Court could be forced to review Roe v. Wade sooner than people think following an Alabama high court decision to affirm the state's current fetal homicide law. According to The Washington Times, the Alabama fetal homicide law stemmed from a recent case in which a man was convicted of double-homicide for murdering his wife, Jessie Livell Phillips, when she was eight months pregnant. The jury cited
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Ep. 244 – The Midterm Grand Finale

[ad_1] Future President Kanye West lashes out at Candace Owens, saying he’s been used to push a political message he doesn’t support, Paul Ryan lashes out at President Trump over birthright citizenship, and Don Lemon lashes out at white men. Meanwhile, Americans donate $600K to Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh for some reason, Democrats can’t win for losing, and Jon Stewart slams the media. [ad_2] Source link