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    Adult video-hosting website Pornhub released what it called The 2022 Year in Review - a number of telling statistics about what its visitors have searched - revealing trends behind America's changing attitudes towards sex. Internationally the transgender category grew by 75 percent, making it the seventh most popular around the world and number one in Brazil.  In the US users in Republican states remain on the website longer than those visiting from Democratic states and the term 'trans' was also searched disproportionally more in historically Republican state West Virginia.  The US was by far the county that generated the most traffic on the Canadian-owned website, with the UK coming in second position, followed by France, Japan, Mexico, Italy and Germany. Popular searches varied significantly across the US States in which users appeared to stay on the website the longest were: Alabama, Louisiana, South Carolina, Missouri, Arkansas and Mississippi, all of which voted Republican in the last four presidential elections Information was also available relating to how long users from various places stayed on the site when they visited - in...
    Developer Rick Caruso’s game plan to become Los Angeles mayor relied on a simple strategy. He wanted lower-propensity voters, who were attracted to his message, to turn out in droves. These voters, his campaign surmised, were predominantly Latino. If they voted, he’d win. In the end, they didn’t vote, and he lost. We’re trying to understand why Latinos voted at rates far lower than white people. Tell us why you did or didn’t vote.
    Rep. Lauren Boebert’s critics on both the left and the right were disappointed when the far-right MAGA congresswoman narrowly defeated Democrat Adam Frisch in Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District. It was an incredibly close race; as of Friday morning, November 18, Boebert was ahead by only 551 votes in a very GOP-leaning district. During the campaign, Frisch and his supporters — including some Never Trump conservatives — vehemently called out Boebert as an extremist. The congresswoman has drawn plenty of criticism for her inflammatory anti-Islam and anti-gay comments, and in a scathing editorial published on November 22, the Denver Post’s editorial board argues that her anti-gay rhetoric has contributed to the type of hate that led to the attack on Club Q, a gay nightclub in Colorado Springs. On Saturday, November 19, a gunman killed five people and injured at least 18 others when he attacked Club Q. The day after the attack, Boebert tweeted, “The news out of Colorado Springs is absolutely awful. This morning the victims & their families are in my prayers. This lawless violence needs to...
    Photo by Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images The editorial board at the Denver Post called on Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) to cease “elevating hateful speech” against the LGBTQ community in an op-ed posted after a mass shooting in Colorado Springs. The paper’s editorial team targeted the right-wing congresswoman three days after an armed man entered Club Q and killed five people while wounding 25 others. Editors published a piece headlined “Editorial: We’re looking at you, Lauren Boebert. Stop the intolerance.” The paper noted in the immediate aftermath of the shooting, Boebert tweeted, “The news out of Colorado Springs is absolutely awful. This morning the victims & their families are in my prayers. This lawless violence needs to end and end quickly.” The news out of Colorado Springs is absolutely awful. This morning the victims & their families are in my prayers. This lawless violence needs to end and end quickly. — Lauren Boebert (@laurenboebert) November 20, 2022 The Post responded: This is the same person who has previously offered up these gems: “Take your children to CHURCH, not drag bars”...
    GARDEN fences can cause a lot of grief between neighbours, because often people just don't know which side they're responsible for. And if you don't know which side is yours... you can easily end up in a row when someone needs to shell out to fix it. 1There's an easy way to work out who owns the fence in your garden, according to expertsCredit: Getty But don't worry, the fence experts have an answer for you, and it's really easy to know whose fence is whose just by looking. The pros at Jacksons Fencing have some handy tips for avoiding the feuds and making sure only the person who owns the fence pays for it. Speaking to Express.co.uk they explained that you need to look out for the "good side" of the garden divide. This is because the best side would usually be fitted facing into the garden that owned it. Read more on fencesBUGGING ME Neighbour from hell shoots bug spray through my window & puts up bizarre signs The experts said: "Typically, you can guess who...
    Netflix has been slammed by viewers after adding an LGBTQ tag to the new Jeffrey Dahmer series, who have raged: 'this is not the representation we're looking for'.  Many called out the streaming platform - who have now removed the tag - saying they were 'gobsmacked' and 'disgusted' at the choice.  The series follows the infamous Milwaukee serial killer who murdered 17 people between 1978 and 1991 - many of whom were young, gay African Americans.  Outrage: Netflix has been slammed by viewers after adding an LGBTQ+ tag to the new Jeffrey Dahmer series, who have raged: 'this is not the representation we're looking for' (actor Evan Peters in the series)  Many hit out at the tag, with one writing: 'Netflix added the Jeffrey Dahmer series to the LGBTQ+ tag. I am gobsmacked.' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Evan Peters is seen in first full look as Jeffrey Dahmer in... Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story's official trailer sees... Share this article Share Another wrote: They put the new Jeffrey Dahmer movie under the LGBTQ...
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    WHEN you go to the dentist, you understandably think the professionals are just checking up on your teeth.  But a top dentist has revealed that there’s so much more that they can see when examining your mouth – and some are very surprising.  2A dentist has revealed what they can tell from looking inside your mouthCredit: Getty Chelsea Dental Clinic posted a video to their TikTok account where they took their clients through “the things your dentist can tell just by looking in your mouth”. The dentists, who can be found at @chelseadentalclinic, said they can immediately know several things about you – including if you’re expecting a baby. During the video, the dentist pointed out various things they’ve found out in the past, as different scenarios flashed up on the screen. The first was “you’re pregnant” and has been previously explained as not only does morning sickness cause enamel explosion, but pregnancy can also cause gums to become more inflamed and tender. Read More in DentistsWARNING WORDS I'm a dentist - how to stop kids sucking their thumbs &...
    The great American UFO hunt is on—and NASA is officially throwing its hat in the ring. The agency announced last week that it’s launching a nine-month study into unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP), the U.S. government’s preferred term for UFOs. The project itself is a “scientific pursuit,” according to an agency press release, with the goal of identifying and aggregating specific pieces of data that could be used as part of a future research project into the origins of UAP. When the UAP study concludes, the results will be made available for the public. That will include public hearings as well as comment sessions about the findings. “This is the first step with any scientific experiment to identify what data we could possibly use to shed further light on the question of UAPs,” Daniel Evans, the assistant deputy associate administrator for research at NASA’s Science Mission Directorate, told The Daily Beast. Evans is also the designated federal official who’s responsible for appointing and organizing the experts who will take part of the committee. “We’re assembling a team of truly some of...
    WITH spring cleaning season well underway, searches for cleaning tips and tricks have spiked in recent months. Researchers at Casumo have turned to TikTok to find some of the best cleaning hacks to make your deep cleaning all the more easier. 2Deep clean perfectly with these top tips from TikTokCredit: Casumo Cleaning TikTok, or CleanTok as it’s become known, has racked up 36.7 billion views on the video sharing app, with people sharing their top tips, alongside clips of people creating rainbows with coloured bleach in their toilets. How to get a fresh spring scent throughout your house A top tip shared by @cleaningoutloud is how to get your entire house spelling nice and fresh, and no, it’s not scented candles, so you can be sure this won’t end with your curtains on fire. Just pick your favourite scented cleaner and pour it in all your sinks and toilets, leaving it to sit for 30 minutes. READ MORE CLEANING TIPSCLEAN UP I’m a cleaning expert, my tip gets oven fans sparkling & stops fly infestations Then simply drain it away...
    We're buying more shares of two stocks, looking at April's tech wreck as an opportunity
    Next1 of 5Prev postUse your ← → (arrows) to browse INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA – MARCH 10: E.J. Liddell #32 of the Ohio State Buckeyes dribbles the ball against Jalen Pickett #22 of the Penn State Nittany Lions during the first half of a Men’s Big Ten Tournament second-round game at Gainbridge Fieldhouse on March 10, 2022, in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Aaron J. Thornton/Getty Images) March Madness officially kicks off with the start of the First Four Tuesday night but these 10 potential games would be highlights of the NCAA Tournament. The NCAA Tournament is one of the most exciting events in sports since there are seemingly endless possibilities for how the 68-team bracket could play out. The only guarantees are the first-round matchups but playing out the results in specific ways could lead to very exciting contests as we advance deeper into March Madness. After spending a lot of time analyzing the brackets, there are 10 matchups that stand out as being some of the most attractive games the NCAA Tournament could offer. We’ll start off in the Round of...
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    TWO cousins have caused a storm on the Internet after sharing a glow up that's so impressive, it's got people asking the government to ban makeup. Ray Dazzy took to TikTok to share a before and after clip of herself and her cousin Rosalinda Dershmuk, beginning with the pair showing off their make-up free appearances for the camera. 4Two cousins have caused a stir on TikTok with their incredible transformationCredit: TIKTOK 4The pair looked incredible as they showcased their new look, with flawless complexions and luxurious wigsCredit: TIKTOK As The Boss Wives' Pretend played over the top, the relatives looked down the lens and drew attention to the dark circles under their eyes and greying hair. They then displayed their unbelievable transformation as they went from make-up free to magnificent, with flawless complexions and sparkling eyes. Their hair also went from short and greying to long and luxurious, courtesy of a black and green wig. The glow up sparked hundreds of comments from impressed viewers, although some were left terrified by the sheer power of their makeup skills....
    In this article COSTShoppers wearing masks search for items at a Costco Wholesale store February 26, 2021 in Colchester, Vermont.Robert Nickelsberg | Getty Images(This article was sent first to members of the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer. To get the real-time updates in your inbox, subscribe here.) Costco (COST) reported solid first-quarter fiscal 2022 results after the closing bell Thursday. Total revenue increased 16.5% YoY to $50.363 billion and beat FactSet estimates of $49.652 billion, while earnings per share grew nearly 14% YoY to $2.98 and beat  FactSet estimates of $2.62. The results include a tax benefit of $0.21 per share related to stock-based compensation and a write-off of certain IT assets of $0.20 per share. Over the full 12-week period, adjusted comparable sales (which exclude impacts from changes in gasoline prices and foreign exchange) grew 9.9% in the United States, 8.3% in Canada, 10.9% in Other International, and 13.3% in E-commerce. These comp results should not be a surprise because Costco reports its sales numbers every month. Traffic, or shipping, frequency in Costco's warehouses inflected and increased 6.8%...
    In this photo illustration a close-up of a hand holding a TV remote control seen displayed in front of the Disney+ logo.Thiago Prudencio | SOPA Images | LightRocket | Getty Images (This article was sent first to members of the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer. To get the real-time updates in your inbox, subscribe here.) We bought 75 shares of Disney at roughly $144.82 each. Following Monday's trades, the Charitable Trust owns 575 shares of Disney. The buy will increase Disney's weighting in the portfolio from 1.8% to 2.07%. On Friday, we commented that as tempting as it was to step into those stocks most at risk of the omicron variant — the ones that need cross-border activity and are tied to travel and entertainment — we simply did not have enough information and felt it better to wait and see if we would get better prices Monday. With that being the case this morning, we are ready to take advantage. While the omicron variant has certainly added a headwind to the experiential side of Disney's operations (think parks,...
    Republican lawmakers just back from a fact-finding mission to the Indo-Pacific region vowed to help protect Taiwan from increasing Chinese aggression. Sens. Mike Crapo, John Cornyn, Mike Lee, Tommy Tuberville, and Reps. Tony Gonzales and Jake Ellzey, all of whom are Republicans, met with Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-Wen, along with various defense and diplomatic leaders in Taipei and Filipino and Indian leaders. At issue was the United States's long-standing stance of “strategic ambiguity” toward Taiwan, meant to give the White House options without a clear commitment. AFGHAN WAR VETS APPROACH VETERANS DAY WITH MIXED EMOTIONS “We did more listening to what their concerns are,” Tuberville said during a Monday presser with reporters, adding that the intent of the trip was to “listen to their plan.” The Alabama senator also noted that a war with China would not be beneficial to either side, despite its continued military advancements and aggression toward Taiwan. “We’re all tired of wars, we just got out of a 20-year war. We’re not looking for war, but we are looking to protect our friends. And Taiwan...
    AGEING gracefully is something most people invest a lot of time and effort into, and for others it could just be down to genetics or a good skin care routine.  And these women know all too well about people assuming they are younger than they are. 3Anna McNulty surprised her fans by revealing her real ageCredit: TikTok FABULOUS BINGO: JOIN NOW FOR £1,000 DAILY FREE BINGO Influencers Anna McNulty, Munera and Amatul all joined a TikTok challenge which sees people revealing their real ages - and people can’t believe it. Miming to a song, Amatul, who has 127K TikTok followers, revealed a list of ages in a video starting off with the age 17, and then goes on to deny ages 21, 25, 28, 31, 37. She then reveals she is 42-year-old, and viewers were lost for words, with one writing: “No way!” and another adding: “You are so pretty! You don’t look a day over 25! It’s hard to believe! I truly mean this!”  Anna McNulty, a self taught contortionist and YouTuber, joined the trend and shared a video...
    NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell addressed speculation surrounding the Chicago Bears possibly relocating from Soldier Field on Wednesday, saying the team is "looking to the long term." Goodell wouldn’t confirm plans for a move but said in an interview with WSCR that the team is exploring its options -- nearly a week after Chicago announced a bid to purchase a property for a potential new stadium.  CHICAGO MAYOR LORI LIGHTFOOT BLASTS BEARS FOOTBALL TEAM OVER RELOCATING RUMORS "I don't know the answer to that question other than to know this is a really early stage to develop potentially an alternative," he said. "But I think a lot has to be done here. I know their commitment to the Chicago area is 110%, and that's the most important thing to me." Team president and CEO Ted Phillips issued a statement last week confirming a bid for the Arlington International Racecourse property, which sits just 35 miles outside Chicago.  "It's our obligation to explore every possible option to ensure we're doing what's best for our organization and its future," Phillips said. "If selected,...
    NFL assistant coach Eugene Chung has claimed he was told he was 'not the right minority' during a job interview this past offseason. Chung was most recently an assistant offensive line and tight ends coach for the Eagles in 2019.  Yet, despite his stellar resume which includes 55 games as an NFL offensive tackle - he was the first Asian American first-round draft pick in history, and a further 10 seasons as an assistant coach, Chung was turned down for a coaching position this offseason. Former NFL offensive tackle Eugene Chung said he was told by a team he wasn't the 'right minority' during an interview for a coaching position this offseason 'It was said to me, 'Well, you're really not a minority,' Chung, 51, who is Korean, told The Boston Globe.  'I was like, "Wait a minute. The last time I checked, when I looked in the mirror and brushed my teeth, I was a minority,"' Chung said. 'So I was like, "What do you mean I'm not a minority?"'  'You are not the right minority we're looking for,'...
    These 10 potential games could make March Madness one of the best things to happen so far in 2021. There are so many fun aspects of March Madness that it feels like people forget how fun just watching the games can be. Trying to fill out the perfect NCAA Tournament bracket or arguing about how the selection committee messed up is fun for a day or two, but the real fun is when the games get going. There are a lot of good games on tap for the first round of March Madness and plenty of exciting matchups that could happen down the line. Let’s take a look at the ten best potential games we could see over the next few weeks, beginning with a potentially epic national title game. Related Story: Blank printable March Madness bracket 10 best potential games in March Madness10. Virginia vs. Ohio – Round of 64, West RegionThe defending national champs have a very difficult first-round draw against Ohio, which features a legitimate NBA prospect in guard Jason Preston. A 6-foot-4 junior, Preston has been...
    Actors Daniel Wu and Daniel Dae Kim told CBS News on Tuesday that more action is needed from public officials to combat anti-Asian American rhetoric, after a string of attacks against elderly members of the community. Their plea follows a surge in attacks against Asian Americans, which have been linked in part to the coronavirus pandemic.  "We're looking for help from our [district attorneys]. We're looking for help from our community organizers. We're looking for help from our legislators and politicians," Dae Kim told CBSN anchor Elaine Quijano. More than 1,800 racist incidents against Asian Americans were reported between March and May of 2020, according to a United Nations report. The report linked the violence and other incidents to the coronavirus outbreak, which was first discovered in China.  "This is a growing problem," Dae Kim said. "These are numbers we've never seen before." Last month, three violent attacks targeting elderly Asian Americans in Oakland's Chinatown were caught on video. The incidents prompted Wu and Dae Kim to offer a $25,000 reward for information on the suspect.  Dae Kim and...
    (CNN)After a nightmarish 2020 of relentless bad news, this year seemed like a fresh start. No more blaming catastrophes on a calendar year that's clearly jinxed. Venomous caterpillars? Oh, well, 2020. Murder hornets? So 2020.That was behind us. Or so we thought. Then came January 1, and the daily barrage of news -- good and bad -- hasn't slowed down.In the first week of 2021 we've set a US record for coronavirus cases and deaths, watched in horror as angry mobs breached the Capitol and witnessed a beleagured President facing a possible second impeachment.Each of these stories would dominate headlines for a few days on their own. But with the unrelenting flood of news, there's barely time to savor the wins or mourn the losses. Read More"This has been a particularly crazy, unbelievable news cycle because of the magnitude of the events. "I don't recall anything like it," says Rick Rodriguez, a professor at Arizona State University's Cronkite School of Journalism. "This year, the news cycle seems never to get a breather," he adds. "I've found myself watching news or...
    Dear MarketWatch, We are an Asian Indian couple with about $50,000 a year to spend. We can also afford to buy a house in addition to this. Please help us find places where it doesn’t get too hot in the summer (or colder than Boston in the winter). We also want to live in a place where people are used to and accept different races of people — maybe a college town? Please help us retire! Victor Dear Victor, Not too hot, not too cold, plus acceptance of whoever we are — that Goldilocks scenario is what so many people are looking for. With $50,000 to spend in addition to housing, there are many places that can work for you. There also are many other factors you may want to consider that reflect your own interests, so please take these suggestions as a starting point. If you’re looking for a substantial South Asian community, search for an Indian grocery store. Cary, N.C., and Ann Arbor, Mich., both came up when I looked at a list of Patel Brothers...
    Kathie Lee Gifford hasn't had the easiest year, much like many of her fans. The former TV host admitted she has had some "tough days" lately. Speaking to longtime pal Jill Martin on her holidays special on Peacock, Gifford recalled losing both of her parents, husband and most recently, Regis Philbin. "I lost both of my parents and my husband and dear friends and now Regis this past year, and if I concentrated, Jill, on all the loss … My eyes would be filled with so many tears, that I wouldn’t be able to even see the great blessing in front of me of a beautiful, cozy blanket, of a glass of wine, of slippers," Gifford said. “You know, heat in my home. Just my family’s health. I mean that we’re always more blessed than we are burdened. I really do believe that.” KATHIE LEE GIFFORD IS STILL CLOSE WITH FRIEND MATT LAUER: 'I BELIEVE IN REDEMPTION' VideoKATHIE LEE GIFFORD RECALLS LAST MEETING WITH REGIS PHILBIN BEFORE HIS DEATH Gifford, 67, also spoke about being open to finding love after...
    (CNN)In the lead-up to Election Day, CNN Opinion asked our contributors what they would be most closely watching as the election returns begin to roll in Tuesday night. Senior political analyst John Avlon: I'm going to be looking at how historic early voting levels upend campaign calculations: For example, what is the impact of a 600% increase in youth early voting in Texas? I'll also be looking closely at the more than 200 pivot counties that voted twice for Barack Obama-Joe Biden and once for Donald Trump -- do they flip back? Finally, my personal perennial obsession: How do independent voters break this time, and do they tip the scales in key battleground states? Republican commentator Tara Setmayer: Given the dramatic demographic changes in states like Arizona, Texas and Georgia, and the collapse of support for Trump with suburban women, I'll be paying close attention to results in Maricopa County, Arizona; the suburban counties in Texas; and Cobb and Gwinnett counties in Georgia, all traditionally red areas until now. Arizona has gone Republican for president every year since 1952,...
    President Trump hinted Friday that Christopher Wray’s role as FBI director could be in jeopardy following his testimony before Congress earlier this week regarding Russian election interference and domestic security threats. “We’re looking at a lot of different things,” Trump told reporters at the White House when asked if he could look to replace Wray. “I did not like his answers yesterday and I’m not sure he liked them either. I’m sure that he probably would agree with me.” GOP MEMBERS OF HOUSE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE DEMAND NADLER CONDEMN ANTIFA Wray has served as FBI director since May 2017, when he replaced James Comey. The president took issue with remarks Wray made before the House Homeland Security Committee on Thursday. VideoDuring the hearing, Wray said Antifa was a “real thing,” but told lawmakers he defined it as “a movement or an ideology” rather than an organized group. Trump has blamed Antifa for recent violence in several major cities and said he intends to designate it as a terrorist organization. “We have quite a number -- and I've said this quite consistently since...
    (Credit: Getty | PeopleImages) If your eyes feel tired, it could be that they're strained from staring at bright glowing screens all day long. We're all indoors, spending more time than ever staring at computer screens, phones and tablets while we work from home. There are some settings built into the iPhone, Android, macOS and Windows 10 that can help you reduce eye strain and may make it easier to fall asleep by changing the color of your screen from white to orange-hued. Apple's website, for example, says "studies have shown that exposure to bright blue light in the evening can affect your circadian rhythms and make it harder to sleep. Night Shift uses your computer's clock and geolocaton to determine when it's sunset in your location. It then automatically shifts the colors in your display to the warmer end of the spectrum. In the morning it returns the display to its regular settings."  I find these settings, often called night light or night mode, especially helpful in the evening. I turn the brightness way down on the device I'm using...
    Without warning last spring, millions of parents found themselves working from home while their kids attempted to do schoolwork under the same roof. The changes happened so quickly that families — especially those short on space — could only make the best of it with hastily arranged solutions. Nearly six months later, many interior designers are helping clients make more considered decorating changes, big and small, to serve the whole family during the new school year. Interior designer Everick Brown says a priority for his clients in the suburbs outside New York City has been finding enough quiet space and privacy to effectively work, study and take Zoom calls. We all used to want a room with a view, says Brown. “Now everybody’s just searching for a room with a door.” He’s also focusing on health and wellness: A portable standing desk can easily be moved from room to room so family members can share it when one needs a break from sitting. There are also desktop risers that turn any desk or even the...
    SANTA CLARA CO., Calif. (KGO) -- The coronavirus pandemic is far from over, Santa Clara County Health Officer Dr. Sara Cody warned in a Wednesday press conference, and misreported COVID-19 data at the state level may be making the situation look rosier than it actually is."Just as we had back in February and March when we didn't have enough testing, we felt blind," Cody said. "I would say that right now we're back to feeling blind."State officials believe the number of new COVID-19 cases in California has been under-reported for days or even weeks. Cody said the problem back to mid-July."We just don't know. We don't know if our cases are rising, plateauing or decreasing," Cody said. "It's not just inconvenient, but this lack of data doesn't allow us to know where the epidemic is heading, how fast it's growing or not."RELATED: Pandemic pod warning: Parents should be aware of these potential dangersSanta Clara County has been on the state's COVID-19 watch list since July 12.WATCH LIST: 38 California counties where COVID-19 is getting worseWhen the county was added to...
    Runners celebrate after completing Raleigh’s half-marathon in 2018. Getty Images Dear MarketWatch, We are an Asian Indian couple with about $50,000 a year to spend. We can also afford to buy a house in addition to this. Please help us find places where it doesn’t get too hot in the summer (or colder than Boston in the winter). We also want to live in a place where people are used to and accept different races of people — maybe a college town? Please help us retire! Victor Dear Victor, Not too hot, not too cold, plus acceptance of whoever we are — that Goldilocks scenario is what so many people are looking for. With $50,000 to spend in addition to housing, there are many places that can work for you. There also are many other factors you may want to consider that reflect your own interests, so please take these suggestions as a starting point. If you’re looking for a substantial South Asian community, search for an Indian grocery store. Cary, N.C., and Ann Arbor, Mich., both...
    Former NFL safety Burgess Owens, who played 10 years in the NFL and is now running for Congress in Utah, expressed his disgust with the NFL and Commissioner Roger Goodell after Goodell recently started pushing for the league to make a place for former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, snapping to Sports Illustrated, “If Goodell allows Kaepernick to come back, if they allow players to kneel during the national anthem, I’m willing to not watch the game.” Owens, who is black, supports President Trump’s opposition to players kneeling for the national anthem. Owens stated of Kaepernick, “If it was a meritocracy he would be out there anyway; he would work hard; he would prove himself. He wouldn’t be taking someone else’s position. We’re looking at Affirmative Action for a Marxist. We’re approving their ideology.” “If we’re going that route, we should also ask Tim Tebow to come back,” he continued, adding, “It doesn’t matter how long he’s been out of the game. It doesn’t matter his talent. He was a Christian who kneeled in prayer and was a positive...
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