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Bill Maher is played by conservative troll Ben Shapiro

I do not know exactly what Bill Maher achieved. Over the past year, the supposedly liberal blaze of fire with greats such as the bigoted performance artist Milo Yiannopoulos, editor-in-chief Alex Barlow, MRA apologist Bari Weiss, and NRA Shill Colion Noir are on par with topics such as transphobia and Islamophobia to weapons and those pesky PC college kids. Endowed …

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Hot air balloon pilot dies in Ohio after the flight

Hot air balloon in flight in the back light of the setting sun. (IStock) A hot air balloon pilot was reportedly killed in an accident at an Ohio balloon festival. The disaster occurred on Friday night, shortly after the hot air balloon landed in a field, reported the Ashland Source [19659005] The victim was 74 years old and attended the …

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World powers hurry to build huge rocket-laden submarines

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> It was decommissioned in 2013 and can be seen in the Naval Museum in Qingdao, China. (196519004) WASHINGTON – The three largest maritime powers in the world are all developing their next generation of nuclear submarine fleets, accelerating the underwater arms race between the United States, China and Russia. At least, analysts say that America remains …

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Comedian, who tricked Trump, says the Secret Service knocked on the door

WASHINGTON – The comedian who said he falsely claimed to be US Senator Robert Menendez and was able to call President Donald Trump was visited by US intelligence agents early on Saturday morning, he said on Twitter. In a series of tweets, comedian John Melendez said he had not responded to the door, but the neighbors saw the agents with …

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Liberal billionaire brings national drive to sue President Donald Trump to Utah

If you were a billionaire, how would you spend all the money? Tom Steyer has decided to use millions to criticize his President Donald Trump. Steyer led his 30-city city tour of Salt Lake City on Friday – continuing nationwide television advertising and providing group legal aid to immigrants whose families were separated. He laughs when asked why a billionaire …

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Capital Gazette Gunman was a methodical, blocked door to prevent the escape of victims: prosecutor

The man the police say killed four journalists, and a Capital Gazette employee barricaded the exit door so employees could not escape, a prosecutor said Friday. Jarrod Ramos, 38, opened fire on Thursday in the newspaper's office kills five and injured two others. He had a long, bitter history with the newspaper, including a lawsuit and years of harassment from …

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"Chasing Hillary" a witty and fascinating look at the painfully mysterious Clinton

Who still baffles that Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in the highly bizarre run to the White House in 2016 should go through Amy Chozick's amusing yet disturbing memoirs: "Chasing Hillary: Ten Years, two presidential campaigns and an intact glass ceiling. " Chozick reported on both White House Clinton campaigns: first for the Wall Street Journal in 2008, when Clinton …

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California, home of the first soda tax, agrees to ban it

MP Matthew Harper (R-Huntington Beach) sips a Coke while members of the California Assembly debate a ban on local soda taxes in Sacramento on Thursday. (Rich Pedroncelli / AP) The beverage industry has achieved a decisive victory this week in its fight against soda tax, as California legislators decided to ban future local taxes on sugary drinks. The state had …

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Wildfire on Walnut Creek, Concord Border Burns 368 Acres

CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, CA – A grass fire at Lime Ridge Open Space on Ygnacio Valley Road in Contra Costa County burned 368 acres Friday, reports CalFire. It burned to Crystyl Ranch Drive, where it was stopped. The entire Crystyl Ranch department was evacuated as a precaution, along with the homes in Montecito. However, no houses were lost and no …

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