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When Will Mail-In Ballots Actually Be Counted?

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, a record number of voters are expected to cast their ballots by mail this year. In most states, election officials can even begin processing that influx of ballots in the weeks before Election Day. In Swing States, Officials Struggle To Process Ballots Early Due To Strict Local Laws But in a handful of ...

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Kim Kardashian Refuses to Badmouth President Trump After Their Work Together

Kim Kardashian revealed she had been warned that her reputation as a celebrity could be damaged if she associated with President Donald Trump on prison sentencing reform. The “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star famously visited the White House in 2018. She convinced the president to commute the sentence of Alice Johnson, a great-grandmother who was serving a life sentence ...

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President Trump and Pelosi Haven’t Spoken in a Year

President Donald Trump and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi haven’t spoken in an entire year, but they’ve still seized countless opportunities over the past 12 months to express their contempt for each other. The two last clashed face-to-face during a 20-minute meeting at the White House on October 16, 2019, according to CNN. The encounter, observed by more than a dozen ...

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Latinos May Hold the Answer to Election Winner

In Siler City, where poultry trucks scatter feathers on the roads, Janet Pulido knocked on doors in a heavily Latino mobile home park on a recent autumn weekend, hoping to get out the vote. At Interfood Plaza Latina in Raleigh, Sarahi Gonzalez held a sign in Spanish that read, “Register to vote here. Citizen? Over 18?” The first person the ...

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Democratic Candidate Acknowledges Doing Porn

Roger Montoya, a Northern New Mexico Democrat who is running for the state House of Representatives, confirmed Monday that he appeared in pornographic films when he was a college student nearly four decades ago. “I am not proud of that choice, as I was young and naïve,” Montoya said in a statement posted on his campaign’s Facebook page. “But those ...

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Joe Rogan Mocks Spotify

Joe Rogan dominates the podcasting game. There are estimates out there that he garners close to 200 million downloads per month. Not to mention he was already a multi-millionaire before signing his huge deal with Spotify earlier this year. There were concerns that a huge corporate platform like Spotify would try to mess with Rogan’s editorial control of his show ...

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“Mansplaining” Claim is a Silly Media Distraction

Following the vice presidential debate between Mike Pence and Kamala Harris on Wednesday, a dialogue on “mansplaining” has stirred in the media. Meanwhile, the public is battling a pandemic, a struggling economy, and perpetual riots. It’s easy to distract yourself with these secondary conversations. It is also true that most women have at some point been interrupted by smug and ...

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Will We See Record Election Turnout?

Americans are rushing to cast ballots ahead of the November 3 election at an unprecedented pace, according to early voting numbers. This indicates a possible record turnout for the showdown between President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden. With four weeks to go before Election Day, more than 4 million Americans have already voted. That’s more than 50 times ...

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Why Are Liberals Such Whiny Wusses?

The left is having a collective freakout over the nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court. Liberals seem to be in competition to see who can disgrace themselves the most. The Barrett-Is-a-Racist-Because-She-Adopted-Black-Kids caucus is off to a strong early lead. And liberals are extra mad at Harvard’s Noah Feldman, otherwise a liberal, for publicly praising Barrett. For this ...

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Chris Pratt Makes Voting Joke. PC Police Lose Their Minds

Chris Pratt is a funny guy. Sure, now he’s a Marvel star and tames dinosaurs, but he started out as Andy on “Parks and Recreation,” cutting his teeth on comedy. Over the weekend, Chris Pratt made a voting joke. He was promoting his Pixar film “Onward” on Instagram and encouraged his followers to vote. “With all that’s going on in ...

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