Feminist author continues excavating in the hole she created by stating those who are pro-life oppose pleasurable sex for women

It was for much of yesterday morning that Emily Lindin, an avowed feminist and proven shallow-thinking author, spent trying to sell the concept that abortion was normal. One could say that, if you want to be regarded as a serious mind on social matters, maybe not retweeting insipid articles from Teen Vogue is a good first step. A favorite hot

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U.S. Spends $113.5 Million in 3 Weeks to Give Rural America High-Speed Internet

In the last few weeks alone the U.S. government has spent a whopping $113.5 million to help bring high-speed broadband to several rural areas throughout the country. In some of the cases multi-million-dollar investments will provide high-speed internet service to just a few hundred households, raising serious questions about the taxpayer investment. The money flows through the U.S. Department of

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Half of Pro-Choice Americans Favor Restrictions on Abortion, Poll Finds

Nearly half of self-described pro-choice Americans actually support “significant restrictions” on abortion, a new poll finds. Marist Poll’s annual survey on abortion, sponsored by the Knights of Columbus, found that 40% of those surveyed identified as pro-life and 55% as pro-choice, with 5% undecided. But when the question was rephrased to ask whether those surveyed would support “significant restrictions” on

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Need a cigarette? CNN pundit Paul Begala was SUPER impressed by Adam Schiff’s impeachment hearing performance

During the opening of the Senate impeachment trial for Donald Trump, Rep. Adam Schiff argued his case for why the president should be removed from office before he has a chance to defeat the Democrat nominee in the November election. Add it all up and former Bill Clinton adviser and current CNN commentator Paul Begala was impressed as all hell

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‘Can I have my money back?’ Father confronts Elizabeth Warren over student loan forgiveness

There are a lot of people who are very excited about the idea of student loan forgiveness and free college. Their usual arguments go something like, if doctors discovered a cure for cancer, would you withhold it from the next generation just because yours didn’t have it? And then you try to explain with puppets and crayons that no one

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5 Flash Points From Impeachment Trial’s Opening Arguments

House prosecutors claimed Wednesday that President Donald Trump is trying to “cheat” to win the 2020 election, as opening arguments from each side commenced in the Senate impeachment trial of the president.  The seven House Democrats who are impeachment managers, acting as prosecutors, made their case against Trump. They include House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff of California and House Judiciary

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In other news: NHL mascot Gritty being investigated by police for allegedly punching boy in the back

Mr. Peanut and Gritty are both trending on Twitter right now, so we’re guessing the nation has tuned out of the Senate impeachment trial. Apparently the police have become involved in an investigation of Philadelphia Flyers mascot Gritty after a father claimed the mascot punched his son in the back during a photo op. #MeToo? A father took his son

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GLOCK G44 .22LR Pistol – Finally a .22LR from GLOCK

GLOCK 44, photos by Duncan Johnson U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- Of all the list of things I thought GLOCK might release this year, a pistol the same size as a G19 but chambered in .22LR was definitely not on my mind. In December GLOCK invited me to join a group of industry folk to announce the new G44. This was the second

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GLOCK G44 .22LR Pistol – Finally a .22LR from GLOCK

GLOCK 44, photos by Duncan Johnson U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- Of all the list of things I thought GLOCK might release this year, a pistol the same size as a G19 but chambered in .22LR was definitely not on my mind. In December GLOCK invited me to join a group of industry folk to announce the new G44. This was the second

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Fact-checker who accused combat vet of being a Nazi writes up ‘peaceful’ Virginia rally for GQ

Her summer course at NYU, “Reporting on the Far Right,” was canceled due to lack of enrollment, but that hasn’t stopped Talia Lavin, the former fact-checker who smeared a Marine Corps veteran and ICE analyst as a Nazi by misinterpreting his tattoo, from writing about Nazis, and to write about Nazis, you have to look everywhere for them. And what

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