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Arresting people for saving frightened, abandoned, animals is just another word for things we all do together.

1:40 PM - 23 Sep 2018

Woman arrested for taking in animals abandoned during Hurricane Florence without permit

WAYNE COUNTY, North Carolina (KTRK) --

A woman in North Carolina was arrested after trying to save pets during Hurricane Florence.

With severe flooding on the way, Tammie Hedges said she took in more than two dozen pets when their owners evacuated.

She runs an animal rescue called "Crazy's Claws 'n Paws," but had not yet finished building her shelter.

She said she took the animals in anyways so they'd have a dry place to stay.

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Gosh, its Really Hard To Spot The Difference!

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He looks at you as a soft shell taco.

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Elie Mystal, editor of legal website Above the Law, on Sunday compared Republicans to Nazi Germany after the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.

 

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Whether a Con or a Hit Job, the Kavanaugh Saga is Revealing

By Scott Powell

Whether a Con or a Hit Job, the Kavanaugh Saga is Revealing
Was Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony against Judge Brett Kavanaugh a total con job?  It had all the earmarks of an 11th hour ambush, facilitated by the irrelevance of the lack of corroborating evidence, a predictable presumption of guilt ginned up by a media that feeds sensationalism and mob rule, and the calculated protection of the impenetrable shield of the MeToo movement.  It almost worked.

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How many times have you asked yourself...Self, are Things Really Going All That Crazy? Yes They Are.

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The Prosecution Rests.

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f%@# Matt Drudge

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BTW, Fox explained that while that chyron was related to what they were discussing previously, the hosts had since then moved on and shared a moment of levity. But the chyron, incongruously, remained up.

And the layabout in Miami, who does very little work for his own "business," pounced.

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The progressives really are quite disgusting!

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Remember We MUST Stop Right Wing Violence Speech!

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Most White Women Are Very Happy With White Supremacy

Your racial privilege is showing

Kristin Iversen

November 07, 2018

Last night's midterm elections had many powerful and inspiring moments. Democrats now have resounding control of the House of Representatives—a fact that has Donald Trump apoplectic with fear at the potential for investigations into his corruption. And, Floridians voted for an amendment that would restore voting rights to people previously convicted of felonies, who had finished serving their sentences. With that amendment's passage, over one million people were granted the right to vote. 

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But that doesn't mean that there weren't a lot of low moments. Republicans further solidified their control of the Senate, including with a devastatingly close race in Texas between Ted Cruz and Beto O'Rourke. And two closely contested governor's races seem to have ended with Republican victories, with Ron DeSantis narrowly defeating Andrew Gillum in Florida, and Brian Kemp maintaining a slim lead over Stacey Abrams in Georgia (Abrams has rightly not yet conceded, hoping for a runoff in early December). These three races were all closely watched, as they all featured truly progressive Democratic candidates who were running for traditionally Republican seats in states that had all strongly backed Trump in 2016. That the outcomes were so close is actually a solid validation of the fact that many voters were drawn to the polls, who had felt disillusioned in 2016, and wanted to put a stop to the policies of the Trump administration.

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But it's not an uninformed one; it would be wrong to say these women suffer from Stockholm Syndrome, or are naive as to what they're endorsing. These women are making calculated choices and placing themselves and their immediate needs over the needs of others. These are the women who perform a specific type of femininity—long blonde hair perfectly curled, as if wrapped around the hot barrel of a just-fired gun—knowing the kind of protection they'll get from the white men who are just itching to patrol a border they couldn't even find on a map. These women are Sarah Huckabee Sanders and Ivanka Trump and Kellyanne Conway, and they have all decided that they are secure enough in the continued existence of the power they have that they don't mind ensuring that other women, that men of color, that immigrants, that anyone different than them, will suffer. For now, anyway, the calculations these women have made have paid off; they have their power, they have their protection. But, as any gambler knows, eventually, the house always wins—and, after last night, the House is filled with a bunch of newly powerful women of color, and we can't wait to watch them start winning.

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Transgender Woman Files Human Rights Complaints Against 16 Women For Refusing To Wax His Male Genitalia

The male-to-female transgender individual claims he was discriminated against.

Amanda Prestigiacomo

Nov. 7 2018

Sixteen Canadian women have had human rights complaints filed against them by a male-to-female transgender individual for alleged "gender identity" discrimination after they refused to wax his male genitalia.

John Carpay, a lawyer and the president of the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms, is representing two of the women who are being targeted by the complainant, who is referred to only as "JY." In accordance with an order from the BC Human Rights Tribunal, the transgender individual must be kept anonymous.

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The female estheticians in question only serve women and do not offer so-called "Manzilians" — the male equivalent to a Brazilian wax. "The procedure for providing a man with a 'Manzilian' is quite different, using a different kind of wax and a different technique," noted the lawyer

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