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Pure Entertainment: Marianne Williamson Makes It To Second Round Of Dem Debates

2020 Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson has qualified to partake in the second round of Democrat debates at the end of July, according to the New York Times. The self-help author is one of 14 candidates who have already qualified for the second debate by reaching the threshold for both donations and in polling numbers. Williamson, along with 13 candidates, ...

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Iran Threatens To Increase Uranium Enrichment To ‘As Much As We Want It To Be’

Iran said that it will increase enrichment of uranium to whatever amount needed Wednesday, even if it goes above the cap set by a 2015 nuclear agreement. This is not the first time that Iran has threatened to increase its enrichment. Iran is allowed to have up to 3.67% uranium-235, according to the nuclear deal, but have repeatedly threatened to ...

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Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher Found Not Guilty Of Murder

Edward Gallagher, the decorated Navy SEAL accused of murder and attempted murder, has been found not guilty by a jury consisting of five Marines and two sailors Tuesday. The Special Warfare Chief was accused of stabbing an injured ISIS fighter to death and of shooting at civilians while he was in Iraq in 2017. Two of those civilians were an ...

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Hickenlooper’s Finance Director Jumps Ship To Join Beto’s Campaign

Multiple key staffers reportedly announced their departure from former Democratic Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper’s presidential campaign. Three staffers are exiting Hickenlooper’s campaign, Politico reported. Dan Sorenson, the finance director, has left and moved to former Texas Rep. Beto O’Rouke‘s 2020 campaign, according to Lauren Hitt, Hickenlooper’s spokesperson. Hitt also announced she will be “transitioning out” in upcoming weeks. Brad Komar, the ...

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Fake News: Bolton Slams ‘Reprehensible’ NYT North Korea Deal Piece, Calls For Internal Investigation

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National Security Advisor John Bolton called a New York Times article which wrote that the U.S. would potentially endorse a North Korean nuclear freeze deal “reprehensible” and denied all alleged talks on the topic in a tweet Monday. “A real idea has been taking shape inside the Trump administration,” according to a New York Times article published Jun 30. The article ...

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‘Milkshake Them All’: Does This Statement Violate Twitter Policy?

Journalist Carlos Maza’s tweets encouraging people to throw milkshakes at those who have different political beliefs do not violate Twitter policies, according to a person familiar with the matter. Maza, a journalist at Vox, tweeted that people should “milkshake them all, humiliate them at every turn” on May 21 with a photo describing milkshaking and a link to an article ...

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Journalist Andy Ngo Was Attacked At A Rally. Rose City Antifa Says The Day Was A ‘Success For The People Of Portland’

An Antifa group has begun raising money for members arrested during a rally that turned violent Saturday in Portland, Oregon, and it is celebrating the attack on journalist Andy Ngo. Rose City Antifa is an antifascist militant group based in Portland, Oregon. Journalist Andy Ngo was attacked at the rally Saturday with milkshakes that Portland Police reported may have had ...

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Journalist Andy Ngo Attacked by Radical Leftists, Sustained Injuries at Portland Rally

Journalist Andy Ngo, who covers Antifa activity, was attacked at a Portland rally Saturday and has reportedly been admitted to the hospital. Ngo is being “admitted to the hospital overnight as a result of a brain bleed,” Harmeet Dhillon, a legal representative, tweeted hours after the protest. Ngo is an editor for Quillette who describes himself as “hated by [A]ntifa” on ...

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Man Charged With Murder Of Missing Utah Student

The person of interest in the case of missing Utah student Mackenzie Lueck has been charged with murder, Salt Lake City police announced Friday. Ayoola Ajayi, 31, has been the person of interest throughout the almost two-week long investigation into Lueck’s disappearance. Lueck, 23, was dropped off at her home from the airport by a Lyft driver on early in ...

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Biden Says Obama “Did A Heckuva Job” On Deporting ‘3 Million’ Illegals, Attacking Him Is Immoral

Former Vice President Joe Biden said that former President Barack Obama did a great job in deporting ‘3 million’ illegal immigrants and that those without documents shouldn’t be the focus of deportation during Thursday’s Democratic debate. Biden announced that Obama ‘did a heckuva job’ during his presidency on deporting illegal immigrants, alleging that this was a contrast to current President ...

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Trump’s Chief Of Protocol Reportedly To Resign Ahead Of G-20

The Chief of Protocol for the Trump administration plans to resign amid an investigation into his behavior at the office, including allegations that he carried a whip, according to Bloomberg. Sean Lawler is a State Department official and Ambassador who has been the Chief of Protocol for over 18 months. He was supposed to join President Donald Trump to the ...

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Illinois Becomes 11th State To Legalize Recreational Marijuana

Democratic Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed legislation to legalize the use and sale of marijuana Tuesday, according to a press release from NORML, a company “working to reform marijuana laws.” Illinois residents who are 21 and older will be able to legally have up to 30 grams of marijuana, and out-of-staters can have up to 15 grams at a time. ...

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