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Nearly Half Of Americans Said They Could Vote For Socialists: POLL

Nearly half of American voters say they would vote for a socialist candidate, Gallup poll results reveal. 47 percent of American voters said they could vote for a socialist candidate, according to a May 2019 Gallup poll. The poll asked voters about a variety of hypothetical candidate qualities surrounding faith and ideology and found that out of twelve hypothetical candidate ...

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Schiff Suggests The House Can Levy Fines Of $25,000 A Day On Trump

Democratic California House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff said Friday that the House is considering levying heavy fines on individuals until they comply with Democratic requests. Schiff told Axios’ Mike Allen at a Washington, D.C. Axios event that while he wished they had subpoenaed the president before, House Democrats are now considering using the House’s “inherent contempt” power allowing Congress to ...

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Judicial Watch Joins Investigation Into Qatar Funding Of Texas A&M

Judicial Watch announced it will be assisting Zachor Legal Institute in investigating the Qatar government’s funding of Texas A&M University. The Qatar Foundation filed an October 2018 lawsuit against the Texas attorney general to hide information showing that Qatar gave $225 million to Texas A&M University over the past seven years. Judicial Watch claims that the Qatar government has no ...

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New York Democratic Councilman Says He Won’t ‘Rat’ Out Sexual Harassers: Report

Democratic Bronx Councilman Ruben Diaz Sr. allegedly interrupted mandatory sexual harassment training Wednesday to say that he would never be “a rat” and report on his colleagues for sexual harassment. An attorney running annual sexual harassment training laid out a hypothetical situation in which the chief of staff made inappropriate comments to a “visibly upset” female subordinate in an elevator. ...

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STUDY: Daycare May Lower Your Child’s IQ, Especially If You’re Rich

A 2019 study reveals not only that daycare lowers children’s IQ levels but also suggests that daycare is most damaging to children from wealthy families. The study, performed by researchers Margherita For, Andrea Ichino, and Giulio Zanella in Italy’s affluent city of Bologna, examined the effects of daycare on children aged 8 to 14 in “relatively affluent” families with two ...

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Arizona Passes Resolution Proclaiming Porn A Public Health Crisis

Republican Arizona senators passed a resolution Monday calling pornography a public health crisis and pushing Arizonans to take action against the pornography epidemic. The resolution calls on the state of Arizona to recognize the perils of pornography and to educate people on pornography’s highly addictive qualities leading to dangerous sexual behavior, child pornography, violence, degradation, food disorders, the hypersexualization of ...

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Trump Looking At Waiver For Service Academy Athletes Who Go Pro

President Donald Trump said Monday he is considering a waiver that would permit service academy athletes to play pro sports before performing their military service. Trump announced the news at a White House event wherein he honored the U.S. Military Academy football team, the Army Black Knights, for winning their college football series. Trump presented the commander-in-chief’s trophy to the ...

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Bernie Criticizes Biden Over China Dismissal: ‘It’s Wrong To Pretend’

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders criticized Wednesday remarks former Vice President Joe Biden made on China, wedging a distinguishing barrier between the two Democratic presidential candidates on trade. The former vice president downplayed China’s potential threat to the U.S. at a campaign event in Iowa. “China is going to eat our lunch? Come on, man,” Biden said. “They’re not competition for ...

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More Than 1,000 Fake Families Found at US Border

Illegal aliens with children

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) discovered more than 1,000 fake families trying to sneak across the southwest U.S. border by pretending other illegal immigrant’s children are their own. DHS officials said that since Oct. 1, 2018, authorities have discovered about five fake families a day sneaking across the border with children they have borrowed or abducted, The Washington Times ...

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The Mueller Report Is A NYT Bestseller – And It’s Not Even Out Yet

Pre-order sales reveal that The Washington Post’s edition of “The Mueller Report” is the number one best selling book on Amazon, topping multiple categories before its release date on May 12. News of the best selling report’s sales come after Attorney General William Barr released a redacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report on April 18, revealing that President ...

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Athletes With High Testosterone Can Be Barred From Women’s Sports

Athletes with high levels of testosterone will have to take suppressants if they want to compete in women’s sports, according to a Wednesday court ruling from the highest court in international sports. The Swiss Court of Arbitration for Sport decided Wednesday that though restrictions on testosterone levels can be discriminatory, such discrimination is a “necessary, reasonable and proportionate means” of ...

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WikiLeaks’ Assange Sentenced To 50 Weeks In Jail For Jumping Bail In 2012

A British court sentenced WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to 50 weeks in prison Wednesday for jumping bail in 2012. The court sentenced 47-year-old Assange to 50 weeks in prison for jumping bail and fleeing to the Ecuadoran Embassy in London after Sweden requested his extradition following sexual assault allegations, according to WaPo. This made him guilty of breaching the Bail ...

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Emperor Akihito Abdicates Japanese Throne After 30-Year Reign

85-year-old Emperor Akihito abdicated the Japanese throne after reigning for 30 years and stepped down to let his son take his place Tuesday. Akihito announced his abdication in a short speech over television, standing next to his wife, the Empress Michiko, in the Imperial Palace’s Pine Chamber according to WaPo. He is the first Japenese emperor to abdicate the throne ...

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Teen Suicides Spike More Than 28 Percent After Netflix’s ’13 Reasons Why’ Was Released, Study Shows

A study released Monday shows teen suicides increased by 28.9 percent following the release of the Netflix original series “13 Reasons Why.” A study published in the Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry reveals that “13 Reasons Why” has done much more harm than good, revealing that the number of deaths occurring in the month following ...

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These Liberal Groups Just Joined Up To Train 2 Million Female Political Activists

Multiple members of progressive groups announced Monday that they launched the group “Supermajority” in order to train 2 million women to become political activists. Supermajority is headed by activists from controversially progressive groups, specifically former head of Planned Parenthood Cecile Richards, co-founder of Black Lives Matter Alicia Garza, and Ai-jen Poo, executive director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance. They ...

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