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    Former Vice President Mike Pence is set to speak at the University of Virginia on Tuesday evening after the school’s student-run leftist newspaper, the Cavalier Daily, tried to force the administration to ban the event. Pence is speaking at a gathering sponsored by the university’s chapter of Young Americans for Freedom (YAF). Breitbart News spoke with YAF at UVA chairman Nick Cabrera as well as co-Editor-in-Chief of the Jefferson Independent — the student-run conservative newspaper — Will Mallas to get a gauge for the university’s political climate. “It’s troubling that we have, you know, the main news source at the University of Virginia saying that speech that they disagree with should not be tolerated,” Cabrera said, referencing the Daily’s editorial board which recently penned a piece claiming Pence was “dangerous” and threatened student safety. “We as an Editorial Board found ourselves questioning what should be protected under the premise of ‘diversity of thought’ and more importantly, what values we choose to accept on Grounds,” they wrote. “For us, the answer is simple. Hateful rhetoric is violent — and this is impermissible.” [Emphasis added]. “If the Cavalier...
    A MUM has revealed that she makes her seven-year-old son pay rent and bills to teach him the value of money - but not everyone supports the idea. The Florida-based mum, who uploads videos to her TikTok account @craftedandcozy, said her son has daily chores he has to complete to earn money.  2A TikTok mum has shared her controversial parenting hackCredit: craftedandcozy/TikTok She said she hopes that the parenting hack helps her son learn the value of a dollar. "I have a seven-year-old. He has a daily task list that he must complete on a daily basis. Should he complete everything on his task list he gets a dollar per day," she explained. "At the end of the month, he realises he has bills to pay. He pays those bills to me. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED "He has rent, he has electricity for his room and he also has internet for his iPad. He then understands that throughout the month he has two buckets. He has his fun money and his bill money."...
    This article was medically reviewed by Samantha Cassetty, MS, RD, a nutrition and wellness expert with a private practice based in New York City. Medically Reviewed Reviewed By Check Mark Icon A check mark. It indicates that the relevant content has been reviewed and verified by an expert Our stories are reviewed by medical professionals to ensure you get the most accurate and useful information about your health and wellness. For more information, visit our medical review board. Celery juice is an easy way to up your intake of certain vitamins and minerals. Dougal Waters/Getty Images Many of celery juice's supposed benefits like curing acne and weight loss aren't backed by science.  Celery juice does have proven health benefits — it's nutritious, hydrating, low in sugar, and an antioxidant.  To make celery juice, push stalks through a juicer or blend them before straining the juice. Visit Insider's Health Reference library for more advice. Celery juice has become the latest trend in the wellness world, with many claiming it can prevent cancer, cure acne, and induce weight loss . While most of...
    There’s a general consensus about dark leafy greens: they’re good for your health. Back in the day, you might have been influenced by Popeye to down that spinach to get big and strong.  Now, kale is all the rage. This trendy veggie has even been deemed the “queen of the greens.” But, between one leaf and another, what makes spinach and kale so nutritious? Let’s check out and compare the nutrients of these super veggies. Kale Kale, also known as borecole, is part of the Brassica family that includes cruciferous vegetables such as cabbage, collards, broccoli, and brussel sprouts.  However, its curly dark leaves stand out among other vegetables for its high concentrations of antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-cancer nutrients.  Specifically, kale contains a high concentration of two types of antioxidants, carotenoids, and flavonoids.  The carotenoids present are mostly lutein and beta-carotene while over 45 different flavonoids have been identified in kale!  The carotenoid and flavonoids are useful in protecting the body from oxidative stress and health problems related to oxidative stress. A few examples of these health problems are cataracts,...
    Bills, Steelers, Saints closing in on division titles Over 32,000 Amazon Reviewers Love This Under-$20 Tee: ‘Absolute Favorite Shirt of All Time’ Kelly Loefflers Atlanta mansion Descante mysteriously dropped in value by millions of dollars, giving her a tax cut of roughly $88,000 © Dustin Chambers/Getty Images Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-GA) speaks after being endorsed by Georgia Republican House candidate Marjorie Taylor Greene during a joint press conference on October 15, 2020 in Dallas, Georgia. Dustin Chambers/Getty Images Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler's sprawling Atlanta mansion dropped roughly $6 million in value, providing a huge cut to her property tax bill, and no one knows why, the Daily Beast reported.  Loeffler and her husband bought "Descante" for $10.5 million in 2009 and paid $200,000 in property taxes until 2016. Then, the home's value mysteriously slipped to $4.15 million, reducing their property tax bill to $90,000. A slight increase in property value in 2020 means they will shell out around $112,000 in property taxes this year, per the report.  The Republican senator is running against Democratic challenger Raphael Warnock in...
    When Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-GA) and her husband, Jeffrey Sprecher, bought a 15,000-square-foot Atlanta mansion known as “Descante” for $10.5 million in 2009, it was the most expensive private home purchase in the city’s history. The value of the estate, as appraised by Fulton County government officials for the purpose of calculating annual property tax dues, remained the same, $10.5 million, for the next seven years. Then, in 2016, the appraised value suddenly plunged to $4.15 million—a whopping 60 percent decline. The result was a dramatic cut to the couple’s property tax bill. Originally, they were paying $200,000 annually to the city and county governments. In 2016, after their home’s value dropped, they paid $90,000. Since then, the appraised value of the home has risen to roughly $5 million, but they are still paying about $80,000 less a year than they did when they first bought. In 2018, the home was valued at $5.5 million, and the couple paid $115,000 in property taxes for that year. In 2020, the home was valued at $5 million, with a tax bill of...
    One hundred grams of shiitake mushrooms has 230% of your daily value of B12. miriam-doerr/Getty Images One of the best sources of B12 for vegans and vegetarians is nutritional yeast.  Other vegan-friendly foods with B12 include nori and shiitake mushrooms.  Fortified foods like coconut milk and soy milk are also great B12 options for vegans.  This article was medically reviewed by Samantha Cassetty, MS, RD, nutrition and wellness expert with a private practice based in New York City. Visit Insider's Health Reference library for more advice. Vitamin B12 is one of the most difficult vitamins for vegans to get because it exists primarily in animal products like meat and dairy. It's important to get enough vitamin B12 in your diet because B12 has many health benefits including helping the body form nerve and red blood cells. And a vitamin B12 deficiency can lead to fatigue, constipation, and weakness. If you are a vegan and looking for some ways to incorporate vitamin B12 into your diet here are four vegan-friendly food options: 1. Fortified foods Many cereals are fortified with vitamin B12....
    Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson. Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports Week 1 of the NFL season features a full slate of games on Sunday. For daily fantasy players, the difference between winning and losing comes down to finding the best value plays at every position. This week, Insider expects Phillip Rivers, Antonio GIbson, and DeSean Jackson to outplay their prices in DraftKings and FanDuel. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Football season kicks off in full this Sunday, much to the delight of fantasy football players around the world. While most fantasy enthusiasts have settled their drafts already, those that take part in daily fantasy leagues like DraftKings and FanDuel are still toiling away to set the perfect lineup before kickoff. Daily fantasy is all about finding value. With a limited budget at your disposal, the most important part of building your lineup is finding players who are cheap to add but could put up a big performance that pays off beyond their listed price. If you can find enough value in players with lower costs, you'll have...
    Shutterstock/Skitch The 5/20 rule of nutrition can help guide grocery shoppers when looking at nutrition labels. It indicates that a 20% or more daily value of any nutrient is a high amount, while 5% or less is low. If you're looking for low sodium, for example, make sure the daily value is 5% or lower. If you want to boost your potassium, look for at least a 20% daily value. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Diet devotees love rules. Depending on your influencer or fad of choice, you may subscribe to principles like not eating after 8 p.m., avoiding "nightshade" vegetables, or treating yourself to carbs on Sundays only. And while many health professionals dislike such rules, saying they can cause people to demonize foods and tune out their body's cues, there's one rarely discussed rule that nutritionists tend to agree is helpful. The 5/20 rule is a framework to help grocery shoppers understand which nutrients an item has a lot of and which it has little of. If a nutrient is noted as meeting 20%...
    Tether (USDT) overtakes PayPal and Bitcoin in terms of funds transferred The indicator comes to us from CoinMetrics, which released its report of the week. The analysis firm illustrated the progress of the average value of transfers in USDT. For the first time, this indicator has surpassed that of Bitcoin: Source: CoinMetrics As of August 20, the average value traded in USDT at crossed 3.55 billion dollars, compared to $ 2.94 billion for Bitcoin. As economist John Paul Koning notes on Twitter, this is also a higher amount than at online payments giant PayPal, which also recorded $ 2.94 billion per day in Q2 2020. The record is therefore particularly notable for stablecoin. ???? Read our presentation of Tether (USDT) Check out the USDT on Binance » The Olympic form of Tether As CoinMetrics points out, Tether’s incredible breakthrough is partially due to the rise of the DeFi sector, in particular Curve and Uniswap. It should also be noted that the supply of Tether now exceeds the 13 billion dollars, while it was still under 10...
    There’s a general consensus about dark leafy greens: they’re good for your health. Back in the day, you might have been influenced by Popeye to down that spinach to get big and strong.  Now, kale is all the rage. This trendy veggie has even been deemed the “queen of the greens.” But, between one leaf and another, what makes spinach and kale so nutritious? Let’s check out and compare the nutrients of these super veggies. Kale Kale, also known as borecole, is part of the Brassica family that includes cruciferous vegetables such as cabbage, collards, broccoli, and brussel sprouts.  However, its curly dark leaves stand out among other vegetables for its high concentrations of antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-cancer nutrients.  Specifically, kale contains a high concentration of two types of antioxidants, carotenoids, and flavonoids.  The carotenoids present are mostly lutein and beta-carotene while over 45 different flavonoids have been identified in kale!  The carotenoid and flavonoids are useful in protecting the body from oxidative stress and health problems related to oxidative stress. A few examples of these health problems are cataracts,...
    You’re craving something juicy, something tangy, something sweet, maybe even something a little tart… what satisfies all these qualities? How about some citrus fruit! Citrus fruits are delicious and aesthetically pleasing with their bright outer rinds. However, these fruits are more than meets the eye; they also provide a rich source of vitamins, minerals, and daily fiber with beneficial phytochemicals to boot! Let’s compare the nutrients between two of the most popular citrus fruits, oranges, and grapefruits. Oranges Oranges, the fruit named after the color of its skin, is sweet tasting with a thin rind and a diameter of about two to three inches.  In just two to three inches though, these babies pack a nutritional punch.  One orange offers over 170 different phytonutrients and more than 60 different flavonoids!  With numbers like those, oranges are loaded with anti-inflammatory, anti-tumor, and blood clot inhibiting properties.  The phytonutrients in oranges are specifically called polyphenols which specialize in additional anti-allergenic, and anti-viral effects.  There’s also research being conducted studying the possible connection between polyphenols and brain function such as learning and memory....
    St. Paul’s History Theatre will host a free outdoor screening of “A Breath for George” at 8:30 p.m. Monday. Created by St. Paul’s New Dawn Theatre, “A Breath for George” features songs, interviews and poems created to honor the life of George Floyd. Artists featured include James T. Alfred, Aimee Bryant, Wanda Christine, Perri Gaffney, Peter Macon, Thomasina Petrus, T. Mychael Rambo, Frank Sentwali, Regina Marie Williams and Jevetta Steele. Interviews with Sarah Bellamy, Harvey Blanks, Melvin Carter Jr., James Craven, Talvin Wilks and professor John Wright are also included. “There is value in people knowing that they are not alone in the way that they are feeling right now,” New Dawn Theatre artistic director Austene Van said in a news release. “There is also value in speaking truth to people who have never heard our stories or ever been in position to hear our stories.” Patrons are asked to wear a face mask and maintain social distancing. Lawn chairs are optional. Donations will be accepted for local charities. For more details, see newdawntheatre.org.Related Articles Bringing life back to South...
    It began with the Confederate statues, but perceptive people knew it would not end there. Over the past several weeks, rampaging mobs across the country have vandalized, defaced, destroyed, torn down, or demanded that officials remove not only monuments to southern generals, but statues of Christopher Columbus, Spanish conquistadors, early 20th century politicians, abolitionists, Revolutionary War generals, and others. In Oregon, a statue of Thomas Jefferson has just been toppled. In Boston, activists are calling for the removal of a replica statue of Abraham Lincoln that was originally paid for and commissioned by freed slaves. Even a statue of Mahatma Ghandi was desecrated. In most of these cases where “protesters” have taken it upon themselves to simply destroy and discard any monument they happen to find personally displeasing, no attempt has been made to prevent the crime and enforce the law. We should note that almost every state categorizes the destruction of property worth $500 or more as a felony. These statues are works of art, sculpted by hand decades or centuries ago. They are worth many thousands of dollars...
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