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Netflix Short Series 'Bonding' Preaches BDSM Is ‘Liberation from Shame’
Publisher:  news busters
Friday, 24 May 2019 22:30

In the era of feminism and #MeToo, Netflix’s newest short form show Bonding paints masculinity as constricting, states that if men got their periods then abortions would be everywhere and claims that only Republicans want to keep bathrooms separated by gender. And that’s just the beginning.

Fox legal analyst explains why Trump is facing certain defeat in his war with House investigators
Publisher:  Raw Story
Thursday, 25 April 2019 15:36

This week, the President railed against the Mueller probe, accusing the investigation of being a politically motivated “witch hunt.” He also declared that he would ignore all subpoenas coming from Democrats. Fox News host Trace Gallagher invited a legal expert to address whether Trump...

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Vegan wedding guest shamed for being 'rude,' bringing her own food: 'Whole weekend revolved around her'
Publisher:  FOXNews
Thursday, 25 April 2019 15:34

This plant-loving wedding guest got roasted on social media for her actions during the bachelorette party and nuptials.

Huge alligator devours snake at PGA tournament in Louisiana
Publisher:  FOXNews
Thursday, 25 April 2019 15:32

Golfers at an annual professional golf tournament in Louisiana received a shock when a huge alligator decided to make a snake its next meal.

Calling Christians 'Easter worshipers' would be like calling Jews 'Hanukkah celebrators'
Publisher:  TheBlaze
Thursday, 25 April 2019 15:31

Wednesday, on "Pseudo Intellectual," host Lauren Chen talked about Hillary Clinton's remarks on the tragic attacks carried out in Sri Lanka against Christians who chose to attend church on Easter Sunday.

In this clip, Chen explained what was "missing" from Clinton's tweet posted following the terrorist attacks. She then compared the Clinton's tweet to past tweets Clinton posted that expressed strong emotion for victims of terror attacks against members of both the Muslim community and the LGBTQ community.

The Pulse Nightclub in 2016

A tweet Clinton posted following the Pulse Nightclub terror attack that targeted members of the homosexual community.Twitter screenshot

The New Zealand terrorist attacks

A tweet Clinton posted following a terror attack in New Zealand that targeted Muslims.

Twitter screenshot

A tweet Clinton posted following a terror attack in New Zealand that targeted Muslims.

Twitter screenshot

Sri Lanka errorist attack

A tweet posted by Clinton following a series of terror attacks in Sri Lanka that targeted Christians.Twitter screenshot

Chen asserted that Christians were specifically targeted on Easter, not Easter worshippers, and that calling the victims Easter worshippers would be like calling those in the Jewish community Hanukkah celebrators. As Chen says, the only reason anyone would use the phrase "Easter worshipper" would be to intentionally avoid standing up for members of the Christian community.

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Florida House passes anti-immigrant bill that could mean deportation for a minor traffic violation
Publisher:  Daily Kos
Thursday, 25 April 2019 15:30

The Florida House of Representatives has passed an anti-immigrant bill that that would force local and state law enforcement to collaborate with mass deportation agents and could create such a hostile climate for the state’s immigrant families that even minor traffic violations could result in family separation and deportation.

House Bill 527 and Senate counterpart 168 “would ban policies that limit local cooperation and information-sharing with federal authorities on immigration matters,� New American Economy fund said, and advocates believe that the state could follow Arizona, home of the infamous “Papers, Please� law, in experiencing financial repercussions should panicked immigrants flee the state. But it's the human costs that are also frightening.

“Immigrant families will be split up for minor traffic infractions such as broken tail lights,� Lester Crowne writes in the Miami Herald, “fender benders, and driving without a license; which undocumented workers are unable to obtain in Florida.� In a video from immigrant rights leader Thomas Kennedy, seven-year-old Isaac tells state Sen. Joe Gruter, the Senate bill’s primary cosponsor, that he’s afraid. “I don’t want to be scared, I don’t want my friends at school to be separated from their families.�

Hundreds of Floridians protested the proposals last month in Tallahassee. Following HB 527’s passage in the House on Wednesday, a number of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals recipients and their advocates gathered outside the Senate holding signs targeted at Gruter, reading “Stop criminalizing us,� “Keep families together,� and “Do U care about us?�

SB 168 “would be devastating for my community,� DACA recipient Valentina added, saying that Immigration and Customs Enforcement and police collaboration could lead to the separation of her family. She’s urging Floridians to call state’s senators (more information is available here) and help keep families together by urging a no vote on this legislation.

Pete Davidson, Kate Beckinsale 'Pumped the Brakes' on Their Romance
Publisher:  Us Weekly Latest Celebrity News
Thursday, 25 April 2019 15:29

While Pete Davidson and Kate Beckinsale were hot and heavy for a while, the Saturday Night Live star and Widow actress have decided to slow things down.

Celebrity Splits of 2019

“Pete and Kate have pumped the brakes on their relationship,” a source tells Us Weekly. “They are still spending time together but it’s less serious: more friendly of a vibe and less romantic.â€�

Pete Davidson and Kate Beckinsale: A Timeline of Their PDA-Packed Whirlwind Romance

The twosome sparked relationship speculation shortly after the new year when they were spotted being flirtatious at multiple Golden Globes afterparties. “Kate and Pete were flirting at the InStyle party and she was following him around a bit and waiting for him,� a source told Us Weekly at the time. “People approached her and she didn’t want to talk to anyone else.�

Following their post-award show rendezvous, the Big Time Adolescence actor, 25, and the Serendipity star, 45, stepped out for a handful of PDA-packed outings. The duo were spotted holding hands as they left a Los Angeles bar in the early hours one February morning.

Kate Beckinsale's Love Life: Marriages, Flings and More!

“Kate is into Pete and he’s exactly her type,� an insider told Us after their L.A. outing. “She likes young guys who make her laugh.�

Later that month, a source revealed that “Pete only has eyes for Kate,� noting that “she’s cool and fun� and that the romance is “long distance� and “they’re taking it slow.�

The London-born actress and the SNL comedian were spotted locking lips at a New York Rangers hockey game in March, the day after Beckinsale accompanied Davidson to a Saturday Night Live afterparty in New York City.

“There was not much emotion since it was such a short walk to their car,� an onlooker told Us after the two were seen holding hands as they exited NYC’s Dos Caminos Mexican restaurant around 3 a.m. “They didn’t stop for anyone going into the party but Pete signed a few things on the way out for people. They were escorted by a security guard both times.�

Prior to their fling, Davidson had a high-profile relationship with Ariana Grande. The pair split and called off their four-month engagement in October 2018. Beckinsale, meanwhile, shares 20-year-old daughter Lily with ex-boyfriend Michael Sheen and was married to Len Wiseman from 2004 to 2016.

With reporting by Brody Brown

CEO Tim Sweeney: Epic Games Store will ‘hastily’ retreat from exclusives if Valve changes revenue model
Publisher:  VentureBeat
Thursday, 25 April 2019 15:25

Borderlands 3.
The store's exclusives have rubbed some folks the wrong way. But Tim Sweeney says they'd back off if Valve matches its 88/12 revenue sharing model.Read More

Watch: Bernie Sanders booed, heckled during forum for women of color
Publisher:  TheBlaze
Thursday, 25 April 2019 15:23

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (Vt.) received boos and shouts Wednesday from an audience at a forum in Houston focused on women of color.

What are the details?

At the inaugural event hosted by advocacy group She the People, an audience member asked Sanders, "What do you believe is the federal government's role to fight against the rise of white nationalism and white terrorist acts, and how do you plan to lead on that in your first year as president?"

Sanders began his reply by accusing the Trump administration of discriminatory "demagoguery" before touting plans for comprehensive immigration reform, universal health care through Medicare for All, and raising the minimum wage to "15 bucks an hour."

That's when the heckling began. Co-hosts Joy Reid and Aimee Allison were both distracted by outbursts from the audience while repeatedly pressing Sanders for more clarity on his answers. Allison asked Sanders to specifically address what he would do about "white supremacist violence to protect our communities."

"Oh, right. Absolutely," the 77-year-old senator replied, saying, "I know I date myself a little bit here, but I actually was at the march on Washington with Dr. [Martin Luther] King back in 1963." At that point, groans were heard from the crowd and according to the Daily Mail, one person shouted: 'We know!'"

The self-proclaimed democratic socialist then paused, becoming visibly miffed by audience members interrupting, before name-dropping again while bragging about his support of civil rights activist Jesse Jackson amid boos and jeers.

While Sanders did enjoy several cheers from the audience during the questioning, the praise was overshadowed by heckling during several parts of his talk.

Anything else?

Several other Democratic presidential hopefuls also showed up to answer questions at the forum, including former Texas Congressman Beto O'Rourke, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (Hawaii), and Sens. Elizabeth Warren (Mass.), Cory Booker (N.J.), and Kamala Harris (Calif.), USA Today reported.

House committees launch probe into DHS shakeup, as White House blocks Miller testimony
Publisher:  FOXNews
Thursday, 25 April 2019 15:23

Democrats on several top House committees launched an investigation Thursday into the massive shakeup in leadership at the Department of Homeland Security due to allegations that President Trump removed top officials for refusing to carry out his desired immigration policies.

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