‘THE JUICE IS LOOSE’: O.J. Simpson joins Twitter, says ‘I got a little getting even to do’

This will end well. . . O.J. Simpson has joined Twitter and he’s telling people, “I got a little getting even to do”: Coming Soon!!! pic.twitter.com/R1tXOuuLgO — O.J. Simpson (@TheRealOJ32) June 15, 2019 Happy anniversary? Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman were murdered on June 12, 1994:   And that’s why “THE JUICE IS LOOSE” is trending this morning: Who

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WaPost calls out Nancy Pelosi over BS claim that she doesn’t criticize Trump on foreign soil

You know that claim Nancy Pelosi made while in France for the D-Day anniversary that she doesn’t criticize President Trump when he’s on foreign soil? The brave media firefighters lapped it up: Pelosi declining to criticize Trump while at Normandy today: “I don’t talk about the president while I’m out of the country. That’s my principle.” pic.twitter.com/tPcaHnwK9m — Jim Acosta

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The Ethical And Moral Arguments Against ‘Throwaway Culture’

SUBSCRIBE TO THE FEDERALIST RADIO HOUR HERE. Charles Camosy, pro-life Democrat and professor of Christian Ethics at Fordham University, joins Ben Domenech on the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss his new book, “Resisting Throwaway Culture.” Camosy describes how applying a consistent life ethic to our biggest the political, legal, and moral issues can cut across polarization. Domenech and Camosy discuss

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‘Despicable and indefensible’: Legal Insurrection’s thread with details from Gibson’s Bakery v. Oberlin College trial is ‘a must read’

Before we kick off the thread with new details about the Oberlin trial, here’s a little background from a previous post for those who might be new to the story: Oberlin College was hit with an $11 million verdict in its case against Gibson’s Bakery, after the college pulled contracts and students protested when an employee stopped three black Oberlin

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Infuriating: Who knew plastic straw bans could lead to stories like this one, except everybody?

Plastic straw bans have mostly hit the left coast in cities such as Seattle and San Francisco, but even Pope Francis weighed in on the threat to the oceans of plastic waste like drinking straws, and Washington, D.C. was sending out environmental inspectors to ensure restaurants weren’t breaking the ban. In June last year, Santa Barbara, Calif., passed an ordinance

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Tariq Nasheed’s having trouble convincing people why it’s a good thing O.J. Simpson joined Twitter

O.J. Simpson has been trending most of the day after he made it known that he’d joined Twitter late last night, and in his first tweet he explained that he’s “got a little getting even to do.” Coming Soon!!! pic.twitter.com/R1tXOuuLgO — O.J. Simpson (@TheRealOJ32) June 15, 2019 Tariq Nasheed explained why it’s a “good thing”: OJ Simpson has announced he

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‘Others’ say attacks on oil tankers in Gulf of Oman could have been ‘false flag’ operation by Israel

As Twitchy reported early Thursday morning, the U.S. Navy was assisting two oil tankers that had been attacked in the Gulf of Oman near Iran. The Washington Post’s Beirut bureau chief almost immediately put the blame on President Trump after he “failed to heed the last tanker warning” and imposed more economic sanctions on Iran. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo

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Rob Reiner’s visiting a ‘beautiful & quite spiritual’ place (but he STILL brought Donald Trump along)

Rob Reiner got a nice chance to get away from the grind of Hollywood and all the political BS that can cloud a lot of the discussion these days. But that doesn’t mean he still didn’t bring Donald Trump along: I’m in Sedona where my daughter will be giving a photographic presentation. And although it’s beautiful & quite spiritual here,

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‘My Little Pony’ gets its own same-sex couple just in time for Pride Month; Plus, gay flamingos

First, speaking of same-sex couples, we’re wondering which Democratic challenger for president had the best “officiating a gay wedding tweet” today: John Hickenlooper or Seth Moulton? We’ll start with Hickenlooper, since he beat Moulton by one hour. Is he really suggesting the Supreme Court is going to roll back same-sex marriage? Last year, I had the privilege of officiating Rick

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Cory Booker blames xenophobia for four-month-old separated from father at border

There’s a lot of outrage going on over the latest episode of “The Weekly,” a weekly TV show produced by The New York Times and carried by FX and Hulu. The story covers a four-month-old who was separated from his father at the border between the U.S. and Mexico. 2020 candidates Kamala Harris and Cory Booker were both appalled as

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