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Jimmy Carter was left with a black eye and needed 14 stitches

Jimmy Carter was left with a black eye and needed 14 stitches

Former President Jimmy Carter had a black eye and 14 stitches after falling Sunday at his Georgia home, but made
LGBT Activists Teaching Judges To Yank Kids From Parents Who Won’t Transgender Them

LGBT Activists Teaching Judges To Yank Kids From Parents Who Won’t Transgender Them

The Health and Human Services committee of the South Dakota House killed a bill that would have protected the right
US unemployment rate falls to 50-year low of 3.5%

US unemployment rate falls to 50-year low of 3.5%

The US unemployment rate has fallen to a 50-year low, possibly easing recession worries after recent weak economic data. The
Saudi women & foreign couples now allowed to rent rooms as kingdom parts with medieval laws

Saudi women & foreign couples now allowed to rent rooms as kingdom parts with medieval laws

Breaking with its behind-the-times relationship laws, Saudi Arabia has decided to let foreign men and women share hotel rooms, as
Rudy Giuliani Admits To Putting Fake White House Logos On Non-Government Docs

Rudy Giuliani Admits To Putting Fake White House Logos On Non-Government Docs

Rudy Giuliani admitted that he put fake White House logos on his Ukraine conspiracy theory documents and tried to pass
ROTHSCHILD wants to help Saudi BINLADIN Group restructure debt

ROTHSCHILD wants to help Saudi BINLADIN Group restructure debt

Multinational investment banks Rothschild and Moelis have been shortlisted to advise on restructuring about $15 billion of debt at Saudi
Most Americans think social media has too much control over news, according to poll

Most Americans think social media has too much control over news, according to poll

Some 62 percent of Americans believe social media exerts too much control over what news people see, and most think
WashPost: ‘Ethnic Food’ Aisle a ‘Bastion of Racism’

WashPost: ‘Ethnic Food’ Aisle a ‘Bastion of Racism’

Leave it to the Washington Post to pioneer coverage of what may be the next great civil rights struggle. Food