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2020 Democratic Websites Aimed at Latinos Botch Translations

Democratic presidential hopefuls are facing criticism for bungling the Spanish translations on their presidential campaign websites. In efforts to woo the increasing Latino population, Democrat 2020 presidential hopefuls created Spanish language campaign websites. However, it appears the some of these candidates simply used Google Translate to transform the websites from English to Spanish, resulting in major translation errors. A Politico ...

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Alyssa Milano Pushes Back Against Georgia’s ‘Heartbeat’ Bill

Actress Alyssa Milano pushed back Tuesday against a Georgia bill banning abortion after a heartbeat can be detected in a letter to Governor Brian Kemp signed by about 30 other Georgia based TV and filmmakers. Milano, who is currently filming her Netflix comedy “Insatiable” in Atlanta, brought a letter to Republican Governor Brian Kemp’s office in Atlanta urging him to ...

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New York Politician Boots Chick-Fil-A From Buffalo Airport

Buffalo Niagara International Airport canceled plans to open a Chick-fil-A after a New York congressman accused the fast-food chain of discrimination. Democratic New York State Assemblyman Sean Ryan took issue with Chick-fil-A’s Christian stances in a Facebook post that pushed the Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority (NFTA) to decide against previous plans to install the Chick-fil-A at the airport. “I was disappointed ...

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Twitter Temporarily Suspended ‘Unplanned’ Movie Account On Opening Weekend

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‘Unplanned’ opened in theaters on Friday, but Twitter temporarily suspended the ‘Unplanned’ twitter account on Saturday causing pro-lifers to rally against censorship. The twitter account was suspended without explanation Saturday morning and then reinstated later in the day. The suspension came during the movie’s opening weekend. The Daily Caller News Foundation reached out to Twitter for comment and was told ...

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Trump To Move Navy Seal Imprisoned For War Crimes

President Trump announced Saturday in a tweet that a Navy Seal imprisoned for war crimes will be moved to ‘less restrictive confinement’ after pressure from Republicans. “In honor of his past service to our Country, Navy Seal #EddieGallagher will soon be moved to less restrictive confinement while he awaits his day in court. Process should move quickly!” Trump tweeted. In ...

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Twitter Might Have A Plan for How To Handle Trump Tweets They Dislike Without Deleting Them

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A top Twitter executive announced Wednesday that Twitter is pondering adding explanatory notes to hateful rhetoric in what might be an effort to censor Trump tweets without openly banning them. Vijaya Gadde, the head of Twitter’s legal, policy, and trust and safety, announced on stage at the Technology 202 Live, a Washington Post Live forum in San Francisco, that Twitter ...

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‘Woman Is Not A Feeling:’ Heritage Foundation Defends Gender And Draws Fire At UN Panel

The DeVos Center for Religion & Civil Society at The Heritage Foundation spoke out in defense of traditional gender ideology at a UN panel earlier in March and drew backlash from activists. The panel, part of the Commission on the Status of Women, was entitled “Gender Equality and Gender Ideology: Protecting Women and Girls.” Presented by the Mission of the ...

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Republican Leaders Announce Paid Family Leave Proposal

Republican leaders in Congress presented the New Parent Act Wednesday designed to support the families of newborn or adopted children through paid family leave. The New Parent Act was presented by Republican Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, Republican Utah Sen. Mitt Romney, Republican Minnesota Rep. Ann Wagner, and Republican Texas Rep. Dan Crenshaw. Rubio said Wednesday at a press conference that the New ...

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Outraged Fraternal Order Of Police Calls For Investigation Into Smollett Case

The Fraternal Order of Police have renewed demands Tuesday to investigate Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx and her possible interference in the Jussie Smollett case. This is not the first time that the Fraternal Order of Police has demanded an investigation of Foxx. They initially did so when Foxx tried to persuade Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson to transfer the ...

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Poland Rejects Muslim Immigrants: ‘General Consensus’ That Muslims Don’t Assimilate

A former Polish parliament speaker and foreign minister told the Wall Street Journal Tuesday that Poland favors Christian immigrants over Muslim immigrants due to their respective abilities to assimilate. Radoslaw Sikorski’s words are mirrored by Poland’s resistance to accepting refugees from Syria, Eretreia, and Afghanistan despite EU quotas, and at the same time welcoming two million immigrants from Ukraine in ...

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Sexual Violence Prevention Group Honors Christine Blasey Ford As Person of the Year

A sexual violence prevention group, Raliance, announced Monday that they were honoring Kavanaugh-accuser Christine Blasey Ford as their 2019 Person of the Year. Ford testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee in the fall of 2018 and accused Judge Brett Kavanaugh of having sexually assaulted her.  She ultimately did not provide enough information to indict Kavanaugh but was subsequently hailed as ...

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Retired Terrorist: Greatest Threat To BDS Is Calling Us Terrorists

Salah Khawaja, a retired terrorist and member of The Boycott, Divestment, Sanction (BDS) Movement, said Tuesday that calling BDS members terrorists is their greatest threat. According to a video released by Muslim Brotherhood and Radical Islam in America, Khawaja is considered “one of the most high-profile ‘non-violent’ activists in the region” and has spent over a quarter of his life ...

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‘Now We’re In Charge’: Democrats Lock Out Republicans On Bipartisan Bills

House Democrats cut Republican Representative Richard Hudson out of new workforce legislation he had been working on with them, eliminating yet another opportunity for bipartisan collaboration. But Democrats like Rep. Mike Doyle (D-Pa.) express no interest in anything but pushing ahead with Democratic legislation – and after 25 years of being mostly in the House minority, Doyle thinks it is ...

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