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You won’t believe what this celebrity just said about assassination and Presiden…

Actor Johnny Depp apparently thought it would be entertaining to joke about assassinating President Donald Trump during a Thursday appearance at Glastonbury, a U.K.-based performing arts festival. While introducing a screening of his 2004 film, “The Libertine,” Depp went off on a tangent and began discussing Trump with the audience. ...

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MSNBC analyst shockingly compares Trump-supporting to terrorist-hugging

MSNBC political analyst Elise Jordan said during a Thursday news segment that defending and “cozying” up to President Donald Trump is similar to “hugging a suicide bomber.” “My advice would just be to Republicans who do cozy up to him — it’s like hugging a suicide bomber,” she told host ...

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Obama trashes Senate Health Care Bill: ‘Not a health care bill’

In a very lengthy essay shared to his Facebook page, former President Barack Obama condemned the Senate’s health care bill on Thursday, calling the repeal and replacement of Obama’s Affordable Care Act “a core tenet” of the GOP. “The Senate bill, unveiled today, is not a health care bill,” Obama ...

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Black Lives Matter movement failing? Insider calls the movement ‘tyrannical’

An activist inside the Black Lives Matter civil rights group called the movement “tyrannical” in an interview obtained by Buzzfeed and released on Thursday. In a piece titled “What Happened to Black Lives Matter?”, an unnamed member of the movement claimed that there’s a “do what you’re told” mentality within ...

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Canadian sniper shatters world record with long-distance kill shot on ISIS fight…

One Canadian sharpshooter with the country’s elite special forces has set a world record for the longest shot, killing an Islamic State fighter in Iraq from two miles away. The Joint Task Force 2 sniper delivered the blow within the last month from a high-rise building, according to the Globe and Mail. ...

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Rhode Island bill would authorize highway camera system to automatically fine un…

Rhode Island Rep. Robert Jacquard (D) sponsored a bill that would allow a private company to create and implement a statewide network of optical license plate readers that would automatically check license plate numbers against a national police database and issue fines to uninsured drivers. The profits from the fines would ...

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Fed up with GOP secrecy on Obamacare repeal, Rand Paul introduces ‘Read the Bill…

Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul introduced a Senate resolution called “Read the Bills” Wednesday that would require every bill or amendment to be filed for a minimum of one day for every 20 pages before they can be considered by the upper chamber. “Enough with rushed, secret legislation! Today I reintroduced my Read ...

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Texas pastors reject LGBT school curriculum: ‘This is Houston, not San Francisco…

Christian leaders in Houston are pushing back against a recommendation from Houston Independent School District Superintendent Dr. Richard Carranza to add LGBTQ studies to the system’s U.S. history curriculum. Carranza, speaking during a meeting hosted by the Houston Defender, a publication focused on the area’s black community, said this week that integrating LGBTQ ...

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Michael Moore slams Democratic Party: ‘No message, no plan, no leaders’

Liberal activist and filmmaker Michael Moore slammed the Democratic Party as leaderless and rudderless Wednesday following the party’s special election loss in Georgia this week. Republican Karen Handel defeated Democrat Jon Ossoff in Tuesday’s special election runoff for Georgia’s 6th Congressional District to replace former GOP Rep. Tom Price, who is now secretary ...

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Wisconsin lawmakers approve bill to discipline students who disrupt campus speak…

Conservative speakers have taken quite the proverbial beating recently while addressing — or attempting to address — liberal college campuses, but Wisconsin lawmakers wants to make sure that doesn’t become more commonplace in the Badger State. Under a new Republican-backed bill approved Wednesday by the Wisconsin State Assembly, protesting students in the University of Wisconsin ...

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