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    Fox News contributor and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee (R) said conservative White men are so concerned about being politically persecuted, they refuse to participate in polls, lest they be arrested by the FBI for their beliefs. Appearing on Wednesday’s edition of Hannity, Huckabee said current polling data may be an unreliable indicator of where close Senate and House races stand ahead of next month’s midterm elections. “We’re 27 days away from what I believe an inflection point, a tipping point election, midterm election in this country,” Sean Hannity stated. “Where do you see the result going?” Here’s how Huckabee responded: I honestly think Republicans are gonna have a much better night than anybody predicts largely because the polling information is simply unreliable. And there’s a reason that it’s unreliable. Right now if you’re pro-life, if you’re Christian, if you’re a conservative, if you are a MAGA Republican, which means you just think that America’s a great country and we ought to preserve it and protect it and pass it on that way. If you’re one of those people, you’re...
    SLEEPING with someone for the first time is such an intimate experience as you allow them to see you in the most vulnerable state. Sadly, one woman was actually body-shamed for how she chooses to groom herself. 4A woman got a message from her date saying he didn't want to be with her anymoreCredit: Tiktok/cauliflowerslut 4He didn't like she had hairy armpitsCredit: Tiktok/cauliflowerslut An unnamed woman took to social media to call out the man she had been seeing for criticizing her body. In the texts, he told her: "Hey, this isn't going to work. "You're sexy and funny but seeing your hairy armpits is a no-go, it's just my preference." Immediately, she clapped back and said: "So you having armpits is fine, but not me, a woman who also grows hair there?" "It's just my preference," he simply responded. But she wasn't going to take it. The woman then slammed him: "But you have a d**k shaped like a croissant isn't my preference, but I understand that it's not something you can help. "So here we are." Most...
    Former Attorney General Bill Barr is pouring more cold water on his old boss' 2020 election fraud claims on Monday morning in his first television interview since leaving the Trump administration at the end of December 2020. The ex-law enforcement official said there was 'simply no evidence' the last presidential race was 'stolen' from Donald Trump -- though he left the door open to voting for him again should Trump run in 2024. Barr's White House memoir, One Damn Thing After Another, is due out on March 8. In the lead-up to its release, excerpts show the ex-attorney general taking clear and direct aim at Trump, claiming he went 'off the rails' after the 2020 election and ascribing him responsibility for the January 6 Capitol attack.   NBC Today host Savannah Guthrie asked him on Monday, 'Once and for all, did the president lose the election or was it stolen or rigged by massive fraud?' 'Stolen and rigged are two different things, but there was no stealing of the election through fraud. Which means, you know, that people who were not...
    The texts released by the House Select Committee on Jan. 6 show that the White House, Republicans in Congress, and and Donald Trump Jr. were all terrified about the insurgents breaching the Capitol. Some were terrified for how it would cost them politically. Some for how the insurgents might harm them physically. Right wing pundits, hoping to make the best of embarrassing and incriminating information, have hurried to claim that, if Fox News and congressional Republicans were screaming to make it stops, they couldn’t have been in on the insurgency. However, the latest releases drop several more puzzle pieces into place. The picture of how Donald Trump and the Republican Party planned to illegally overturn the results of the 2020 election and install Trump as dictator in everything but name still isn’t quite complete. But what’s there is frightening in both its depth and breadth. It shows that they had the means of keeping Trump in power, a supposed motivation for their actions, and that they viewed Jan. 6 as an opportunity to put their plans into effect. Only not...
    A fitness model has gone viral after filming the moment she confronted a man for calling her a 'dumb c***' - simply because she was working out in the spot he wanted at the gym.  Anastasia Alexander started her camera after the remark was made at a New York City Equinox, but she filmed herself calling him out — and him not denying it. As she repeatedly throws his words back in his face, the man repeats that he wants her to move but tries to get her to drop her complaint. Anastasia Alexander recorded the moment she confronted a man for calling her a 'dumb c***' because she was working out in the spot he wanted at the gym She asked him repeatedly if he just called her a 'dumb c***' and he responded: 'I just said you should move over to the side' 'This guy at the gym called me a dumb c*** for being in a stretching spot he wanted,' she captioned her viral TikTok video. As it begins, she films a man in a white...
    President Joe Biden’s nominee to lead global health development at the U.S. Agency for International Development formerly suggested that brutal partial birth abortion techniques should not be vilified over other abortion procedures, saying, “Grossness is not a good objection.” “Grossness is not a good objection,” wrote Atul Gawande in a 1998 Slate op-ed. “Lots of operations are gross–leg amputations, burn surgery, removal of facial tumors, etc. But that does not make them wrong.” In a partial birth abortion, an abortion doctor delivers the baby alive until the baby’s head is outside the mother’s body and punctures the back of the baby’s skull, “removing the baby’s brains.” President Joe Biden’s nominee to lead global health development at the U.S. Agency for International Development formerly suggested that brutal partial birth abortion techniques should not be vilified over other abortion procedures, saying, “Grossness is not a good objection.” “Grossness is not a good objection,” wrote Atul Gawande in a 1998 Slate op-ed. “Lots of operations are gross–leg amputations, burn surgery, removal of facial tumors, etc. But that does not make them wrong.”...
    A Russian nurse who has been growing her hair for 23 years has revealed her mane is now so long, it almost reaches the ground.   Surprisingly, Anzhelika Baranova, 28, from Irkutsk, Russia, said her hair doesn't take much upkeep and she simply washes it twice a week and leaves it to air dry.  And although she admits it can sometimes be uncomfortable, Anzhelika said it is worth it for the joy she gets from her hair.     Nurse Anzhelika Baranova, hasn't had her hair cut since she was five years old, and now her hair almost reaches the ground  The 28-year-old Russian decided she like her long hair when she was a child and decided not to cut it Anzhelika and her family all think that long hair is beautiful. Pictured: Anzhelika with her lowng flowing hair Pictured: Anzhelika Baranova the real life rapunzel. Despite the upkeen concerns, Anzhelikathinks her hair is easy to care for RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Bald women who've lost their hair due to eczema, alopecia... Mum turns the spare bedroom in her...
    Daniel Craig has insisted that James Bond shouldn't be played by a female actress because they deserve their own roles that haven't been written for men. Amid calls for the next 007 to be played by a woman, the actor, who is retiring from the role following the upcoming No Time To Die, stated that rather than cast them in male roles there should 'simply be better parts for women.' Daniel joins multiple stars who have spoken against Bond being played by a woman, including the franchise's producer Barbara Broccoli. Important: Daniel Craig has insisted that James Bond shouldn't be played by a female actress because they deserve their own roles that haven't been written for men  Speaking to The Radio Times, Daniel said: 'There should simply be better parts for women and actors of colour.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next 'I'm back already!' Britney Spears returns to Instagram less... Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas are all that and a bag of chips... Claire Foy proves diamonds really ARE a girl's best friend......
    Noses should be covered, no matter how cute. On July 9, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued recommendations that surprised many Americans. In looking ahead to the upcoming school year, the agency recommended that “masks should be worn indoors by all individuals (age 2 and older) who are not fully vaccinated,” but did not call for mask use by staff or older students who were fully vaccinated.  That announcement was concerning in large part because several Republican-dominated states have already passed legislation or issued executive orders banning schools from requiring vaccination, or making any sort of “vaccine passport” illegal. As a result, saying that the unvaccinated don’t need to wear a mask is essentially placing people on an honor system. That system doesn’t work when the same people who refuse to get vaccinated are also the people who refuse to wear a mask. If anyone is allowed to not wear a mask, the unvaccinated will not wear a mask. Which is why the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) issued its own revised guidelines on Wednesday. Those guidelines call for everyone over...
    7 hard-to-find disinfectants are all in stock today at Amazon Texas coach Shaka Smart in isolation after testing positive for COVID-19 Bridgerton author says her books were turned into a Netflix show simply because Shonda Rhimes didnt bring enough reading material on vacation © Liam Daniel/Netflix Simon, the Duke of Hastings, and Daphne Bridgerton believe they're going to fool everyone by pretending to be in love. The only two they wind up fooling are each other. In secret, they're crazy for one another. Liam Daniel/Netflix "Bridgerton" may not have become a hit show if producer Shonda Rhimes had brought more books along on vacation. Author Julia Quinn told Tameron Hall that Rhimes found her series because she ran out of reading material. The show's premiere is one of the most-watched on Netflix with a second season on the way. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. "Bridgerton" author Julia Quinn said the offer to turn her best-selling romance series into a hit Netflix show came unexpectedly.  "The way I understand it, Shonda [Rhimes] ran out of books to...
    Simon, the Duke of Hastings, and Daphne Bridgerton believe they're going to fool everyone by pretending to be in love. The only two they wind up fooling are each other. In secret, they're crazy for one another. Liam Daniel/Netflix "Bridgerton" may not have become a hit show if producer Shonda Rhimes had brought more books along on vacation. In an interview on "Tamron Hall," author Julia Quinn says she heard Rhimes stumbled upon her series after she didn't bring enough reading material on her trip. The show's premiere is one of the most-watched on Netflix with a second season on the way. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. "Bridgerton" author Julia Quinn said the offer to turn her best-selling romance series into a hit Netflix show came unexpectedly.  "The way I understand it, Shonda [Rhimes] ran out of books to read on vacation and somehow stumbled on one of mine," Quinn said during a recent appearance on "Tamron Hall." "It's crazy to think that my life is forever changed because Shonda didn't bring enough reading material on...
    A BABY sleep expert’s business is facing boycott simply because she and her husband donated to Donald Trump’s election campaign. Cara Dumaplin is the creator of the hugely popular Taking Cara Babies courses and is often hailed is hailed a saving grace for new moms and dads.   4Cara Dumaplin is facing a backlash for supporting TrumpCredit: Instagram/takingcarababies 4Her courses have been hailed by new parents But the sleep guru is now facing a backlash on Twitter after it emerged she donated to just over $1000 to Trump campaigns between December 2016 and December 2019. Kristina Edmunson of Portland, Oregon, posted the letter she sent to the company demanding a “full refund” of $74. “If I had known that you – in your personal capacity – had donated to President Trump I would never have spent a dime on your program,” she wrote. “Babies are living in cages away from their parents because of the actions of the President.” 4 4 She finished up by saying: "Even though my 5-month-old still takes naps, she is woke." Edmunson, 36, told TODAY: “This...
    As talks to pass another stimulus package to offer relief to Americans suffering from the coronavirus pandemic and the shutdowns put in place to help mitigate the spread of the virus come to a close on Tuesday, House Majority Whip James Clyburn (D-SC) said Democrats “are not just going to take anything.” Clyburn told CNN’s “New Day” that Democrats want a “package that’s fair” rather than a package “simply because it’ll be something.” “I’m tired of people telling me, ‘Here, this is all you get. This or nothing,'” Clyburn stated. “We have to negotiate.” “There are some Democrats in vulnerable positions. They’ll accept anything. Well, that’s not going to be the case here,” he outlined. “We are going to do what’s fair. That’s what we want to see done. And we are not just going to take anything simply because it’ll be something. No, that’s not what we’re going to do. We want to negotiate from a position of fairness. And we want them to come up with a package that’s fair to everybody. That’s what these people are gambling...
              Live from Music Row Tuesday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. –  host Leahy welcomed all-star panelist Clint Brewer to the studio. At the end of the third hour, Brewer weighed in on Joe Biden’s recent vague answer to court-packing and explained how he himself is not in favor of any one party having a judiciary leg up on the other or making changes to a 150 year old working institution. Leahy: We’re here with All-Star panelist Clint Brewer. Clint, I have a comment from Michael G.W. His last name is G.W. who frequently sends me emails and I’m gonna give you this comment from him to see if you react to this. He said, Mike if Trump goes down there will be no Supreme Court as the judicial branch ever again and the promising career of Michael Michael Patrick Leahy will be over and history will end because it will be written by George Soros....
    Presidential nominee Joe Biden is falling behind in Latino voter support in the key swing state of Florida, which Lt. Gov. Jeanette Nunez told "Fox & Friends Weekend" is because of Trump’s approval within the community. “You have a president that has delivered, has kept his promises and has really authored a great chapter in terms of [record-low] Latino unemployment ... homeownership on the rise,” she said. In contrast, she said, Biden has lacked campaigning in Florida and simply doesn’t stand for what Latino voters represent and value. JULIAN CASTRO WARNS DEMOCRATS ABOUT 'POTENTIAL SLIDE OF LATINO SUPPORT' “Latinos care about faith, they care about family and they care about freedom,” she said. “And Joe Biden doesn't stand for any of those things.” Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden gives the thumbs up as he arrives to pose for photographs with union leaders outside the AFL-CIO headquarters in Harrisburg, Pa., Monday, Sept. 7, 2020. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster) Nunez said the president has “demonstrated his commitment” to the community by taking action and delivering results. She said Biden’s plan...
    The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us all to rethink our lives and cancel various plans. Vacations have been canceled. Sports have been canceled. Classes have been canceled. But at my university, I soon found “cancel culture” taking this canceling to whole new level. I was removed from my job as Student Senate President at Florida State University because my peers and administrators decided to cancel my Catholic faith. My story started on a bright day in early June. Though we were in the midst of the summer semester, I remained digitally engaged with my classmates during the pandemic, including those in the Catholic Student Union. In our Catholic GroupMe chat, one student shared a YouTube video that was soliciting donations and collecting ad revenue for several organizations, including the ACLU and BlackLivesMatter.com. These two organizations take several positions that clearly conflict with Catholic doctrine. For example, the ACLU is so unabashedly pro-abortion that it is fighting Ohio’s law that protects unborn children from being aborted because of their disability status. BlackLivesMatter.com aims to “disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure” where...
    Former national security adviser John Bolton has added his voice to those denying claims that President Trump disparaged fallen American soldiers in France and said the trip was instead cancelled due to 'bad weather'.  It comes following a report in The Atlantic last week that accused Trump of describing the Aisne-Marne American World War I cemetery in France as being 'filled with losers' after he cancelled a 2018 planned trip.  Bolton dismissed the claims as 'simply false' during an appearance on Fox News' The Story on Monday.  Former national security adviser John Bolton (pictured) has added his voice to those denying claims that President Trump disparaged fallen American soldiers in France Bolton dismissed the claims as 'simply false' during an appearance on Fox News' The Story on Monday Fox News Privacy Policy 'According to what that article said, the president made disparaging remarks about soldiers and people buried in the cemetery in connection with the decision for him not to go to the ceremony that was planned that afternoon, and that was simply false,' Bolton said during the interview. ...
    I cannot government today, I am too sad. Now it's off to the golf course. Because Donald Trump is a pouting incompetent manbaby, the United States will not be participating in a global COVID-19 vaccine development and distribution plan. That's it, that's the only reason. The Washington Post reports that the Trump administration won't be joining the 170-plus-nation drive to jointly develop, manufacture, and distribute an eventual COVID-19 vaccine because Donald Trump is still mad at the World Health Organization for not being racist enough against China, so that's that. Instead, the Trump administration is simply presuming that this America will, for some reason, get the vaccine first, have no problems scaling up supply, and certainly won't have any particular reason to share that vaccine with anyone else—despite the U.S. lagging in its pandemic research, if anything. And if those presumptions don't work out? Oh well. Sucks to be us. It's narcissistic delusion as foreign policy, yet again, and Trump's team is more than happy to risk as many American lives as there are Americans if it makes Trump not scream...
    The Constitution, for now, is pretty much dead. Swish that around in your mouth a little bit. Taste it before you simply spit it out as too bitter to be possible. Because if we're being honest, our governing document simply doesn't govern anymore. It is ignored. It is manipulated. It is mocked. Yeah, it's more than possible. In fact, it simply is what it is. And like Dr. Strange once said, “I'm here to protect your reality, d-bag." When Ben Franklin warned he and the rest of those hetero-normative fascists once known as the Founding Fathers were giving us a "republic if we can keep it" they weren't kidding. It turns out, we couldn't keep it. We grew complacent, and just a little cowardly if we're being honest. Content to think that just voting for a bunch of Republicans who hate us at least as much as the Democrats do (albeit for different reasons) was the stuff of Lexington and Concord. As a result, our civic bedrock has been blown asunder. Sure,...
    The conservative majority on the U.S. Supreme Court left Florida’s widely-disparaged “poll tax” on formerly incarcerated individuals in effect for the 2020 election in an unsigned opinion issued Thursday. “This Court’s order prevents thousands of otherwise eligible voters from participating in Florida’s primary election simply because they are poor,” wrote Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor in a hard-charging dissent. “And it allows the Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit to disrupt Florida’s election process just days before the July 20 voter-registration deadline for the August primary, even though a preliminary injunction had been in place for nearly a year and a Federal District Court had found the State’s pay-to-vote scheme unconstitutional.” The pay-to-vote law, which disproportionately affects Black residents of the Sunshine State, has repeatedly been defeated in court rulings and legal proceedings. In the first case brought by indigent plaintiffs who cannot afford to pay the mandated fees, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida found the GOP-approved poll tax was likely in violation of the U.S. Constitution’s Equal Protection Clause. The 11th Circuit...
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