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Bernie First Candidate To Violate ABC’s Warning Against Swearing

2020 Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders said “damn” Thursday night, becoming the first candidate to violate ABC News’ warning against swearing. The Vermont senator heatedly defended Medicaire for all to former Vice President Joe Biden, a defense that included the word “damn.” “That’s right, Joe,” Sanders said. “Status quo over ten years will be $50 trillion. Every study done shows ...

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Alaska Native Women Say Police Ignored Rapes

Native women in Nome, Alaska, said police failed to investigate or keep victims updated on their sexual assault allegations. The Nome Police Department often ignored or did not update victims on their assault allegations, rape survivors and advocates told The Associated Press. The city’s police officers are all reportedly non-Native, while more than half of Nome’s estimated population of 3,866 ...

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Hawley, Cruz And Lawmakers Challenge Facebook Over Live Action Fact-Check

Lawmakers sent a letter to Facebook challenging a fact check on the pro-life organization Live Action’s content. Republican Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley and  Republican Texas Sen. Ted Cruz were among the lawmakers who sent the letter. Live Action has said that they were targeted by pro-abortion fact checkers, and that Facebook “took sides” and “called us the spreaders of false news.” ...

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Biden Hires New Campaign Staff To Woo Minority Voters

2020 Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is adding new staff members to his campaign specifically to win over minority voters. The former vice president added six new senior staff members, all of which are minorities and women, according to Axios. The Biden campaign hired Laura Jiménez as the new Latinx National Vote Director, Amit Jani as the Asian American Pacific ...

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American Minorities Make Historic Employment Gains in Trump Era, Analysis Shows

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American minorities have made historic employment gains since President Donald Trump took office in 2017, according to a Washington Post analysis of Department of Labor data. The analysis reveals that American minorities comprise more than 86% of jobs added since the end of 2016. 5.2 million more Americans have obtained jobs since 2016, and 4.5 million of that group are ...

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Hospital Created ‘Comfort Room’ For Aborted Babies To Die

Testimony from nurse Jill Stanek reveals that Christ Church Hospital in Illinois created a “comfort room” for aborted babies to die in. Stanek spoke at a hearing on infanticide in Washington, D.C., where lawmakers and activists spoke out against born-alive abortion. Doctors at Christ Church Hospital performed born alive abortions and would afterward allow the babies to die. WASHINGTON. Christ ...

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Two Ohio Planned Parenthood Clinics Shut Down After Withdrawal From Title X

Two Planned Parenthood clinics in Ohio have shut down following the organization’s withdrawal from the federal family funding program Title X. The Cincinnati, Ohio, clinics will be closing after Planned Parenthood formally withdrew from Title X in August, thereby forgoing about $60 million a year. A Planned Parenthood spokesman told ABC News that the Cincinnati clinics that are closing are ...

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Tulsi Gabbard Comes Out Against Third Trimester Abortions Except If Mother’s Life Is At Risk

Democratic 2020 presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard said Monday that she is against third-trimester abortions except in cases where the mother’s health is at risk. Gabbard spoke on “The Rubin Report” Monday and discussed the abortion debate with host Dave Rubin. The Hawaii representative emphasized that the woman should be the one in charge of making decisions about her body, particularly ...

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Over 6 Million Americans Have Dropped Off Food Stamps Since Trump Took Office

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Roughly 6.2 million people have dropped off food stamps since President Donald Trump’s first month in office. Data from the USDA shows 6,268,285 individuals have left the food stamp program since Trump took office. In February 2017, the first month after Trump took office, 42,297,791 persons were participating in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. As of June 2019, 36,029,506 persons ...

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Air Force Orders Review Of Stops At Trump Resorts

The United States Air Force ordered a review of how the air force provides overnight accommodations for crews following reports that air force members stayed in President Donald Trump’s Scotland resort. The review comes after the Friday revelation that an Air National Guard crew stopped overnight at Trump‘s Turnberry resort in Scotland in September 2018 while en route to deliver ...

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Buttigieg Draws On Bible, Suggests Unborn Babies Can Be Aborted Up Until Their First Breath

Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg suggested Friday that babies can be aborted up until they draw their first breath. The South Bend, Indiana, mayor spoke with “The Breakfast Club” on Friday morning about his comprehensive Douglass Plan, his thoughts on whether America is ready for a gay president, and whether black voters should vote for him. Buttigieg discussed how the ...

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Trump Effect: Black Unemployment Hits Record Low, Spurred By Uptick In Employment For Black Women

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The unemployment rate for black workers fell from 6.0% in July to 5.5 % in August, data from the Department of Labor reveals.  These numbers surpass the record low set in May 2018 of 5.9% for black unemployment and are partially due to improved jobs numbers for black women. While July numbers revealed unemployment for black women to be at 5.2%, ...

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Obama’s Chief Strategist Says Biden Is In Danger Of ‘Serially’ Distorting His Own Record

Former President Barack Obama’s chief strategist David Axelrod tweeted Friday that 2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden is “in danger” of “serially” distorting his own record. Axelrod, who served as a chief strategist for Obama’s presidential campaigns, tweeted Friday about Biden’s newfound opposition to the Iraq war. Axelrod warned that Biden’s gaffes have moved from “harmless” to being “in danger of creating ...

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Facepalm: Pro-Abortion Kamala Harris Tells Trump Admin: ‘A Society Is Judged Based On How It Treats Children’

Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris tweeted Thursday that “society is judged based on how it treats children,” but the California senator has also said she wants to “protect every woman’s constitutional right to abortion.” Harris re-tweeted a Bloomberg article Thursday that criticized President Donald Trump’s “policy of separating migrant children from their families” resulting in minors suffering “fear, post-traumatic stress ...

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Rep. Banks Defends NFL Quarterback Drew Brees For Encouraging Students To Bring Bibles To School

Rep. Jim Banks defended NFL quarterback Drew Brees Thursday for participating in a Focus on the Family video that encouraged students to bring Bibles to school. The 40-year-old New Orleans Saints quarterback and 12 time Pro-Bowler participated in a video Focus on the Family created that depicted Brees encouraging students to share their faith with others as part of a ...

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