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Does Steven Mnuchin’s Wife Support Greta Thunberg?

Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin’s actress wife Louise Linton shared – and then quickly deleted – an Instagram post backing Greta Thunberg instead of her husband after he told the 17-year-old activist to go to college before lecturing people on climate change. Mnuchin took a swipe at Thunberg during a press briefing at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on ...

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Hollywood Pushes “Senate Coverup” Following Schiff’s Lead

Tinsel-town went ballistic Wednesday morning when Senate Republicans rejected a series of amendments Tuesday night by disgruntled Democrats to call witnesses, in an attempt to circumvent established Senate rules. To the dismay of Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, the majority within the Senate quickly rejected Schumer’s attempt to continue the slipshod antics of the lower House, instigated by House Speaker ...

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Ohio Democrats Introduce Bill to Expand Voter Fraud

Voter fraud has been a problem for centuries. Many years ago, crooked politicians would get people to ‘stuff the ballot boxes’ with many extra votes for themselves and others of their political group. For many years, Chicago politics was reported to be rife with voter fraud to keep crooked Democrats in control of the Windy City. By 2008, many steps ...

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Chick-fil-A Wins Big In Lawsuit Fighting for Freedom of Religion

A lawsuit by a group of conservative activists who allege that San Antonio violated a new Texas law because of the City Council’s refusal last year to allow a Chick-fil-A restaurant at San Antonio International Airport can move forward, a judge ruled Thursday. The city had sought to have the lawsuit thrown out of court, arguing that the law wasn’t ...

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Democrats Underestimate Republican Senate, Again?

Once Democrats regained control of the House in the 2018 election, some of their leaders believe that they are now wielding all of the power in Washington DC, including the Republican-controlled Senate, but is that true? Democrats may have gotten that impression during the first 2 years of President Trump’s time as president, while Republicans controlled the House. During that ...

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This State is a Tax Haven for Both Billionaires and Middle Class Americans

It’s not often that two distinctively opposite groups have something important in common. Especially when one group is made up of billionaires and the other ordinary working Americans. However, according to recent data from the IRS both groups are savvy enough in realizing that high tax states like New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut are a detriment to their bottom-line. ...

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The Common Health Condition That Could Be Killing Your Sex Life

In the years since I was diagnosed with hypothyroidism, each day seems to bring about a new and unexpected symptom. But putting the pieces together and discovering that my hypothyroidism was negatively affecting my sex life felt like a gut-punch, even more so than finding out about the gastrointestinal problems or night sweats. This aspect of my life that had ...

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Mark Wahlberg’s Secret to Becoming More Disciplined

Hollywood movie premieres tend to follow a script: Tons of press and industry VIPs pile into a theater for a private screening and then migrate somewhere nearby for a blowout party. I was part of this scene in 2010, when the Mark Wahlberg movie The Fighter debuted. We watched the film, then went to a hip hotel, where elevators were to ...

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Doctor Says Sugar Is ‘The New Tobacco’

Caffeine and sugar are two well-known ingredients in Coca-Cola — but many soda drinkers may not realize the fizzy beverage also contains salt. But why add salt into a sugary drink? To make consumers thirsty and ready to buy more, says Dr. Robert Lustig, professor of pediatric endocrinology at the University of California, San Francisco. “They know what they’re doing. ...

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