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Trump’s Fourth Of July Plans Include Air Force One Flyover: Report

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President Donald Trump’s Fourth of July celebration will include Air Force One flying the National Mall, according to sources aware of the plans. The Fourth of July celebratory events, dubbed “A Salute To America” by the president, are intended to replicate France’s Bastille Day celebration that Trump witnessed in 2017, sources told The Washington Post. The sources said that the ...

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DeVos Launches Investigation Into Allegations Of Anti-Semitism At Duke And UNC Conference

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The Department of Education announced Monday it will investigate a March conference hosted by Duke University and the University of North Carolina accused of displaying anti-Semitic and anti-Israel bias. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos announced in a letter to Republican North Carolina Rep. George Holding that she is launching an investigation into the matter. Her letter followed Holding’s April 15 ...

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FLASHBACK: Biden Said ‘I Do Not View Abortion As A Choice And A Right’

Former Vice President Joe Biden once took a middle-of-the-road approach to the abortion debate, a video from 2006 reveals. The Democratic 2020 presidential hopeful spoke to Texas Monthly in a 2006 interview later uploaded to YouTube in 2008 about his approach to abortion he said drew anger from both Republicans and Democrats. CNN’s KFile unearthed the video Thursday. Biden explains ...

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Ocasio-Cortez Says US Has Committed ‘Unspeakable Horrors’ In The Name Of Citizenship

Democratic New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said the United States has committed “unspeakable horrors” in the name of citizenship Wednesday. Ocasio-Cortez spoke during a committee meeting voting on whether to cite Attorney General William Barr and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross with contempt of Congress, according to the Washington Examiner. “Unspeakable horrors have been executed by the United States in the ...

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Illinois Lawmakers Repeal Abortion Safeguards To Build ‘A Firewall Around’ Abortion Access

Illinois lawmakers instated a progressive abortion law Wednesday that repeals a variety of restrictive abortion legislation. Democratic Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed the Reproductive Health Act into law Wednesday. The bill goes into effect immediately and repeals Illinois Abortion Law of 1975, according to CNN. The new legislation establishes, among a variety of other additions, a woman’s “fundamental right” to ...

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Pinterest Labels Live Action Content As Pornography — Then Bans Live Action From Pinterest

Pinterest banned pro-life advocacy group Live Action on Tuesday after labeling Live Action’s media as pornography, saying the group spreads misinformation. A whistleblower at Pinterest revealed to Live Action that Pinterest has been monitoring and suppressing Live Action content in attempts to censor the pro-life group. A Pinterest staffer purposefully added LiveAction.org to a Pinterest “pornography block list,” the whistleblower ...

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May Jobs Report: 75,000 Jobs Added, Unemployment Remains at 3.6 Percent

The U.S. economy added 75,000 jobs in May while the unemployment rate remained at 3.6 percent, according to Department of Labor data released Friday. Economists predicted 180,000 jobs would be added and that wage growth would rise to about 3.2%, according to The Wall Street Journal. Jobs numbers for April were revised down from 263,000 to 75,000, according to the ...

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Biden Faces Left-Wing Backlash For Sticking By Hyde Amendment

Left-wing groups lashed out at former Vice President Joe Biden Wednesday over his continued support for the Hyde Amendment. The 2020 presidential hopeful’s campaign confirmed to NBC that Biden still supports the Hyde Amendment which bans the use of federal funding for abortions except in cases of rape, incest, or if the mother’s life is in danger. Biden supports Roe ...

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Watch Out, Sex Offenders: Alabama Might Castrate You If This Bill Becomes Law

Convicted sex offenders in Alabama might be chemically castrated if Republican Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey signs legislation on her desk. Republican Alabama Rep. Steve Hurst introduced H.B. 379 to target sex offenders and protect children. If a person is convicted of a sex offense against a child younger than 13 and is eligible for parole, that person will be chemically ...

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Sugar Daddy CEO Promises To Pay Airfare For Any Woman Who Wants An Abortion

The CEO of the world’s largest sugar daddy dating site promised Tuesday to pay the airfare of any woman who must travel to obtain an abortion. Brandon Wade, Founder and CEO of SeekingArrangement, believes that all women should have access to abortions. The passage of restrictive abortion legislation made Wade realize that his position as CEO of the largest sugar ...

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Russia To Tinder: Hand Over The Data

Russian authorities are now requiring that Tinder surrender user data to Russian national intelligence agencies. The Russian communications regulator Roskomnadzor revealed Monday that they entered Tinder on a list of online services required to provide user data, according to The Moscow Times. Tinder will now be required to provide user data including voice audio, videos, and private messages to Russian ...

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The Heart Breaking Reason AG Barr Was In Alaska

Attorney General Bill Bar vowed to solve the “emergency” situation in Western Alaska after traveling throughout the state and witnessing the high rates of crime, sexual violence, and shortage of police. Barr visited the Alaskan town of Napaskiak with Alaska Republican U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski where he listened to pleas from villagers over the drastic situation their town faces. Napaskiak ...

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Lousiana House Overwhelmingly Passes Fetal Heartbeat Ban — Dem Gov Expected To Sign

The Louisiana House of Representatives passed a bill Wednesday banning abortions after the child’s heartbeat can be detected. The bill overwhelmingly passed the Louisiana House of Representative with a vote of 79-23 and would “prohibit the abortion of an unborn human being with a detectable heartbeat,” according to CNN. The House rejected an amendment to the bill Wednesday that would ...

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