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Jon Stewart beats Rand Paul because he has blocked the 9/11 Victims Bill

The comedian Jon Stewart, a staunch supporter of September 11, has Senator Rand Paul, R-Ky., Over his opposition to a bipartisan law aimed at ensuring that a compensation fund for victims of the terrorist attacks of 2001 never comes into force, on Wednesday blown up No more money. Speaking to Bret Baier, moderator of Fox News, Stewart cited Paul's objection …

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Jon Stewart criticizes Rand Paul and Mike Lee for delaying the funding of the victims of September 11

Comedian Jon Stewart on Fox News on Wednesday. (Screengrab via YouTube / Fox News) The comedian Jon Stewart joined the vote choir on Wednesday, rebuffing Sen. Rand Paul after the Kentucky Republican passed bipartisan legislation requiring compensation for first responders and victims of September 11, had temporarily postponed. citing concerns about the financing of the new bill. "It's absolutely outrageous," …

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Jon Stewart condemns Rand Paul for maintaining the 9/11 Victims Fund

Jon Stewart charged Republicans Sens. Rand Paul and Mike Lee on Wednesday evening for effectively blocking an extension of the September 11 Victims Compensation Fund. On the previous day, lawmakers have slowed the process of passing the bipartisan law relief for first responders, their families and other people suffering from Ground Zero. "It's absolutely outrageous and you'll forgive me if …

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Rand Paul stops the unanimous passage of the Financing Act for First Responders on 11 September

When Presidential candidate and Democratic Senator Kirsten Gillibrand from New York requested unanimous consent – a move that beats several steps without senators voting separately – on the Senate bill Wednesday to allow for a vote without Pronunciation comes, Paul protested. "It has long been my feeling that we need to get our massive debt in this country under control …

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Paul McCartney writes "It's A Wonderful Life" musical

Sir Paul McCartney could leave Abbey Road to Broadway. Last year, the Beatle has written a new musical, a stage version of the 1946 Frank Capra classic, "It's A Wonderful Life" unveiled on Wednesday. The show, produced by Bill Kenwright, marks the first theater outing for the 77-year-old musician, who is responsible for many of the greatest pop songs of …

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Thunder's attempts to bring Paul to a standstill

Oklahoma City's talks to relocate nine-time All-Star guard Chris Paul to a new destination have been halted and there is a growing expectation that he will start the season with thunder, sources in the league said ESPN announced. Oklahoma City has collaborated with Paul and his agents to find a trade, but nothing is so deeply rooted in the summer-free …

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John Paul Stevens died; Retired Supreme Court Justice, who led the court's liberal wing, dies at the age of 99; Cause of death complications from stroke

Supreme Court Judge Retired John Paul Stevens who was appointed as a moderate but later as a leading liberal voice by President Gerald Ford in 1975, has died, the Supreme Court said Tuesday. He was 99. The cause of death were complications of a stroke he had suffered on Monday, the Supreme Court said. His daughters stood by his side …

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John Paul Stevens died; Retired Supreme Court Justice, who led the court's liberal wing, dies at the age of 99; Cause of death complications from stroke

The retired Judge of the Supreme Court, John Paul Stevens, who was appointed by President Gerald Ford in 1975 as a moderate but later as a leading liberal vote, has died, the Supreme Court said Tuesday. He was 99. The cause of death were complications of a stroke he had suffered on Monday, the Supreme Court said. His daughters stood …

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John Paul Stevens, longtime chairman of the liberal wing of the Supreme Court, dies at the age of 99

Charles Lane Editor and columnist specializing in economic and fiscal policy 16. July at 8:45 pm John Paul Stevens, a moderate Midwestern Republican and former Chicago antitrust lawyer who developed into a savvy politician and sometimes a passionate leader of the Liberal wing of the Supreme Court, became the third-longest judge on the colonel Court before retiring in 2010, died …

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