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In World First, Scotland Moves To Make Tampons And Pads Free...

Authored by Emma Fiala via TheMindUnleashed.com, Earlier this week, Scotland’s parliament approved plans to make sanitary products free for all women making it one step closer to becoming the first nation in the world to do so. The Period Products (Free Provision) Scotland Bill passed the first of three stages by a vote of 112-0. There was one abstention.…

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China Launches Major Power Grab on Hong Kong

The Chinese National People’s Congress is set to pass a new law designed to force Hong Kong into submission. The move clearly shows the world that Beijing intends to have the last word, says DW editor Dang Yuan.As 2,897 representatives from across China gathered in the Great Hall of the People for the annual Chinese…

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Margaret Atwood: Greta Thunberg Is the ‘Joan of Arc of the...

Margaret Atwood has declared Greta Thunberg the ‘Joan of Arc of the environment.’ The Canadian novelist, best known for her dystopian feminist fable The Handmaid’s Tale, was speaking on the podcast of the environmental extremist action group Extinction Rebellion. Atwood said: “She’s wonderful and she’s impervious to people slagging her off.” and “She’s sort of…

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Seth Ator, 36, reportedly identified as Texas shooter

NY POST The assault rifle-toting madman who killed seven people and wounded more than 20 others in a roving Texas spree was identified Sunday as Seth Ator. Ator, a 36-year-old resident of Odessa, Texas, was first named as the assailant by CBS News, citing law-enforcement sources. When his gold Toyota pick-up truck was pulled over…

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Here’s How The New US-China Trade Talks May End

Authored by Brandon Smith and originally published at Birch Gold Group, With the U.S. and China in the midst of a new round of high level trade talks, this Thursday marks 22 months since tariffs were launched and the trade war began. Far from being “easy to win”, the trade war has lasted far longer than…

Huawei controversy in light of Apple’s own fight with US spy...

In a recent piece about the politicization of news concerning the Chinese telecom giant Huawei, some of our readers on made interesting comments that actually help one to connect the dots and see more clearly just how invasive the US government thinks it can be in terms of one’s personal privacy. The comments in question…

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Sen. Thom Tillis: President Trump is a patriot who’s looking out...

Sen. Thom Tillis: President Trump is a patriot who's looking out for America's best interests

Major Blaze At Iran Oil Refinery Raises Suspicions Of Saudi Revenge...

A section of Iran’s sprawling Abadan oil refinery in the southwest of the country went up in flames Saturday, and state media sources reported the emergency was under control as of Sunday morning.  State media is describing it as "a fire in a canal carrying waste from Iran’s Abadan oil refinery," with Iranian official broadcaster IRIB saying, “The…

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Transgender NYT Writer Slams Conservatives For Not Understanding Rudolph, The ‘Queerest...

December 11, 2019 4:38 PM ET A transgender New York Times contributing opinion writer slammed conservatives Wednesday for not understanding allegedly “queer” aspects of  the children’s Christmas movie, “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.” Contributing opinion writer Jennifer Finney Boylan writes that “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” is laced with LGBTQ innuendo, citing a “fabulously blond elf who…

New York’s Insane Rent-Reform Package Will Make the Housing Market Worse...

(Lucas Jackson/Reuters) The plan will vastly increase the cost of city housing and lead to the deterioration of thousands of units.The New York State Legislature will vote this week on a package of reforms to existing rent-control and tenant-protection laws.…

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Sanders Surrogate on Peter Schweizer Revelations: ‘I Don’t Really Want to...

Bernie Sanders’ campaign surrogate, Amer Zahr, declined to discuss with Fox & Friends on Thursday allegations made by Peter Schweizer, author of New York Times bestseller Profiles in Corruption: Abuse of Power by America’s Progressive Elite. Schweizer recently spoke to the network about Sanders’ (I-VT) history of steering campaign and taxpayer money to his family. Fox & Friends’…

Barack Obama & Susan Rice: Cover up and crimes (Video)

The Duran’s Alex Christoforou and Editor-in-Chief Alexander Mercouris discuss the possible crimes committed by former US President Barack Obama, in what has been dubbed Obamagate, where entrapment, unmasking and political sabotage of an incoming President took place under the orders of an outgoing President. Cover was provided by Obama ally Susan Rice, in what will…

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Donald Trump Vows to Investigate Wuhan Lab, Coronavirus Bats

President Donald Trump said Friday at the White House that the United States would continue to investigate the origin of the coronavirus. Recent reporting has questioned whether the virus could have come from a virology lab in Wuhan that was studying bats, rather than a bat sold in a Wuhan wet market. Trump did not…

McClintock on Trump’s Ukraine Rhetoric — Has the ‘Blunt Talk of...

On Sunday’s broadcast of ABC’s “This Week,” Rep. Tom McClintock (R-CA) said President Donald Trump’s interaction with Ukraine is only that of a blunt-talking New York businessman. When asked if there’s anything that Trump did anything wrong, McClintock said, “Well, he didn’t use the delicate language of diplomacy in that conversation. That’s true. He also doesn’t…
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$5.6 Trillion Fund Manager Warns Stocks Face “Significant” Risk Of Double-Digit Pullback In 2020

The head of investment strategy for one of the largest piles of investor capital in the world believes stocks face a "greater-than-usual" risk of a sizable pullback during 2020. Joseph Davis, the head of investment strategy at Vanguard, one of the largest asset-management companies in the world and the progenitor of passive investing, said he…

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Is The Bottom Finally In: Bridgewater Puts On $14 Billion Short

2020 has been a bizarre year: not only did stocks finally crash after the longest and most artificial "bull market" in history, sending an entire generation of clueless traders who had never seen more than a 10% correction puking into their toilet paper-free bathrooms as the Fed finally ran out of ammo to artificially prop…
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Swedish judges refuse to deport two Eritrean refugees who gang-raped a woman for hours...

MAILONLINE Two Eritrean migrants, 30 and 32, found guilty of aggravated rape in Stockholm Pair have been sentenced to five years in jail and a fine of £11,000 each But judge ruled they will not be deported because they are military deserters Eritrean deserters face arbitrary detention in ‘inhumane conditions’ and conscription ‘that amounts to…
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Poland’s FM condemns attack on Israeli students in Warsaw

BREITBART: A violent attack on a group of Israeli students in a Warsaw nightclub has been condemned by Poland’s foreign ministry. The details of the incident were posted on Facebook by Barak Kashpizky, the twin brother of one of the injured Israelis, Arutz Sheva reports. Yotam Kashpizky, who lost consciousness during the attack, suffered a…

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South Africans Setting Fire to Other African Migrants in Wave of Xenophobic Attacks

Media largely ignores it. Xenophobic violence is flaring once again in South Africa, where black South Africans are setting fire to other African migrants and attacking foreign-owned businesses.“Rioters looted shops, created flaming barricades on roads and engaged in street fights with police, as attacks on immigrants and foreign-owned businesses increase,” reported RT. “Some 50 businesses…
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Michelle and Barack Obama advising ‘friends’ Harry and Meghan on life outside Royal Family

Express.co.uk: MICHELLE and Barack Obama have been advising Prince Harry and Megan Markle on their new life outside the Royal Family, insiders have claimed. he Duke and Duchess of Sussex are friends with former US President and First Lady and now it has emerged Meghan and Harry reportedly would like to model themselves on the…
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Millennials will get sick and die faster than the previous generation

VICE: Wednesday morning, Blue Cross Blue Shield published a 32-page report detailing the myriad ways in which millennials (my cohort!!!) will see their health decline and healthcare costs skyrocket over the next 10 years. The entire thing is a delight to read, and paired very well with my usual morning routine of “staring into my…
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US To Remove China “Currency Manipulator” Designation Ahead Of Treade Deal; Yuan Jumps

For anyone still seeking definitive confirmation that the Treasury's "Currency Manipulator" designation is nothing more than a political tool, here it is: moments ago Bloomberg reported that just five months after the Treasury tagged China as a currency manipulator on August 5 - the first such designation in 25 years  - when the trade war…
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Donald Trump Stumps Reporters on HHS Inspector General Report

President Donald Trump challenged reporters at the White House on Monday who were questioning him about a report issued by the Health and Human Services Inspector General office reporting shortages in coronavirus testing. “What’s his name?” Trump said to Fox News reporter Kristin Fisher, who asked him about the report. “I don’t know his name…

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