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Ilhan Omar Stonewalling Hometown Paper On Marriage Controversy, Editor Says

Democratic Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar has been uncooperative with her hometown paper’s efforts to get to the bottom of accusations that she committed marriage fraud, the paper’s political editor said. Omar’s brief congressional career has been dogged by accusations — which she has denied — that she married a male relative, possibly her brother. Omar and her current husband, Ahmed ...

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Ocasio-Cortez’s Chief Of Staff Admits What The Green New Deal Is Really About — And It’s Not The Climate

Democratic New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s  “Green New Deal” is more about drastically overhauling the American economy than it is about combatting climate change, her top aide admitted. Ocasio-Cortez’s chief of staff, Saikat Chakrabarti, made the revealing admission in a meeting with Democratic Washington Gov. Jay Inslee’s climate director in May. A Washington Post reporter accompanied Chakrabarti to the meeting for ...

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‘The One Thing You Cannot Say About Joe’: Jill Biden Fires Back At Kamala Harris

Jill Biden defended her husband against Democratic California Sen. Kamala Harris’s attacks in a CNN interview that aired Monday. Harris attacked former Vice President Joe Biden in the first Democratic presidential debate for opposing federally mandated desegregation busing and for his comments about working with segregationist senators in the 1970s. Biden’s wife cited former President Barack Obama in defending her ...

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Detroit Youth Music Festival Offers Different Ticket Prices For Whites, Non-Whites

A Detroit youth music festival is offering different ticket prices for different races, leading a rapper scheduled to perform to withdraw from the event. AfroFuture Fest tickets for “persons of color” cost half as much as tickets for “non-persons of color,” according to the event page. Early bird tickets for white attendees run at $20, while early bird tickets for ...

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Joe Biden Campaign In Free Fall As Polls Hit New Lows

Former Vice President Joe Biden’s poll numbers have plummeted to new lows following his widely panned performance in last week’s debate. Biden was polling at 27 percent in the RealClearPolitics polling average as of Tuesday evening –Biden’s lowest average since launching his campaign in April, and well below his peak at 41 percent in May. The most recent polls following ...

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Trump Steals Show On Twitter During First Democratic Debate

President Donald Trump stole the show, at least on Twitter, during the first Democratic presidential debate Wednesday night. Trump was the most tweeted about politician during the debate, according to data released by Twitter’s government and elections team. And these were the most Tweeted about US politicians during Night 1⃣ of the first #DemDebate. pic.twitter.com/clNQWfopSE — TwitterGov (@TwitterGov) June 27, ...

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Ask Google If Men Can Get Pregnant And The Answer Is ‘Yes’

Ask Google if men can become pregnant, and the answer you’ll get is: yes. Google’s “featured snippet” for the question “Can men get pregnant?” is an excerpt from a Healthline.com article that reads: “Yes, it’s possible for men to become pregnant and give birth to children of their own.” The article’s definition of men includes “some people who were assigned ...

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Meet The Retired General Who Fought The Taliban On Horseback Now Running For Senate

Retired General Don Bolduc is running as a Republican in New Hampshire against Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen. The race is one of Republicans’ best chances to pick up a Senate seat in 2020.  Bolduc is a former Green Beret who invaded Afghanistan on horseback as part of a top-secret mission in 2001. Retired Brig. General Don Bolduc officially announced Monday ...

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Left-Wingers Pile On Chuck Todd For Calling Out Ocasio-Cortez |

MSNBC host Chuck Todd sparked a left-wing backlash by criticizing Democratic New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s rhetoric on immigration enforcement. Ocasio-Cortez drew criticism after saying the U.S. is running “concentration camps” on the southern border. “That is exactly what they are. They are concentration camps,” Ocasio-Cortez said Monday in an Instagram Live video, referring to migrant detention centers. “The fact ...

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Women’s Olympic Champion Caster Semenya Is ‘Biologically Male,’ IAAF Says

Women’s Olympic champion Caster Semenya is a biological male, the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF), the world’s largest sports governing body, argued in court. Semenya, a South African runner dominated the female competition in the women’s 800M at the 2016 London Olympics, is fighting an IAAF requirement that biologically male runners suppress their testosterone below a certain level in ...

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Paraplegic Man Sues Michael Avenatti For Allegedly Siphoning Off $4 Million Settlement

Michael Avenatti

A paraplegic former client of Michael Avenatti is suing Avenatti for allegedly siphoning off the “vast majority” of a $4 million settlement awarded to the client. The lawsuit is the latest blow to Avenatti, who rose to fame as the attorney for porn star Stormy Daniels and was once considered a possible Democratic presidential candidate. The former client, Geoffrey Johnson, ...

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Beto O’Rourke’s LGBTQ Plan Includes Forcing Schools To Let Male Athletes Compete In Girls’ Sports

Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke’s new plan on LGBT issues includes forcing schools to include male athletes who identify as transgender girls on female sports teams. O’Rourke’s plan for “LGBTQ+ Equality,” which he released on Wednesday, includes passing the Equality Act, which would amend the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to make “sexual orientation and gender identity” protected characteristics under ...

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Mexico’s Speaker Of The House Knocks Trump, Says Mexico Can’t Stop Migrant Flow

Mexico’s equivalent of the speaker of the House mocked President Donald Trump on Monday and said that the country won’t be able to stop the flood of immigrants from Central America. Porfirio Munoz Ledo said in an interview that the U.S.’s territory is large enough to hold triple its current population and can accommodate another century of immigration. Munoz Ledo, ...

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Nikki Haley Warns That Politics Is ‘Reaching The Point Of Hate’

DALLAS — Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley warned at an event Friday night that American politics is “reaching the point of hate.” Haley was the marquee speaker at Turning Point USA’s Young Women’s Leadership Summit, where rumors and speculation about a possible Haley 2024 presidential campaign hung as a backdrop. TPUSA president Charlie Kirk introduced her ...

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Joe Biden’s Lead Shrinks As First Democratic Debate Nears

Former Vice President Joe Biden’s lead in the Democratic presidential primary continues to shrink as the first primary debate approaches. Biden enjoyed a lead of 27 points as recently as May 9, when his share of primary voters peaked at 41%, according to RealClearPolitics’ running average of primary polls. That lead has dropped to 17 points as of Thursday afternoon, ...

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