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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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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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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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Prince Harry and Meghan to ‘Step Back’ From Royal Family

The couple said they plan to split time between Britain and North America, with Canada seen as a likely landing spot. In a year of gut punches to Britain’s royal family, Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan, delivered a jarring blow of their own on Wednesday, announcing that they would “step back” from their official duties. It was an extraordinary ...

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Channing Tatum On Being A Single Parent

Channing Tatum appeared on ‘Running Wild With Bear Grylls’ last Tuesday, and between eating worms and standing in the frigid waters of Norway, the actor opened up about his fears as a single father. Tatum and Jenna Dewan separated in April 2018, after eight years of marriage. However, they just finalized their divorce last month. The couple has a six-year-old daughter ...

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The Top 10 Most-Followed Celebrities on Instagram in 2019

With the advent of Instagram, people often began to share their photos and look for strangers. After all, it was originally invented as a place where users could upload their photos and nothing more. However, today Instagram has become one of the most popular resources in the world. It’s not just a social photo network – it’s a lifestyle. And, ...

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China and the Special Siblings

As demonstrations plunged Hong Kong into recession, Macau continued to boom as the world’s richest casino market. Both cities on China’s southern coast, 40 miles apart by sea, spent more than a century under European colonial rule—Macau under Portugal and Hong Kong under the U.K.—before being returned to Beijing in the late 1990s. Each was given a guarantee of semiautonomy ...

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The Gun Sanctuary Movement Is Exploding

Conservatives have railed for years against so-called sanctuary jurisdictions, criticizing localities that refuse to cooperate with federal immigration policies they deem heartless and ineffective. In the past year, however, some conservative lawmakers have taken a page from the progressive playbook, employing sanctuary imagery in opposition to gun safety legislation they deem to be an unconstitutional restriction of their rights under ...

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Billie Eilish Attacked By Fans After Dissing Lady Gaga

Billie Eilish has, unfortunately, become the Little Monsters’ bad guy. And the reason behind this war between Eilish and Lady Gaga‘s fans has a little something to do with that iconic meat dress. According to the Daily Mail, the whole matter began thanks to a recent interview Eilish, and her brother, Finneas O’Connell, did with Variety. In the interview, the ...

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