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DEA Raids Mississippi Home Of GOP House Candidate

The Biloxi Sun Herald reports: The home and businesses of Biloxi Councilman Robert Deming III were raided Thursday by the Drug Enforcement Administration and other law enforcement officers. Locations of The Candy Shop & Kratom in Biloxi, Gulfport and Ocean Springs also were searched. “We had complaints at the businesses in and around the Gulf Coast of products that were …

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Germany Commemorates LGBTQ Holocaust Victims

CNN International reports: The German parliament for the first time on Friday focused its annual Holocaust memorial commemorations on people persecuted and killed over their sexual or gender identity during World War II. Campaigners in Germany have worked for decades to establish an official ceremony to commemorate the LGBTQ victims persecuted under the Nazi regime. “Today’s hour of remembrances focuses …

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WA Pastor Busted With Pounds Of Meth, Fentanyl, Coke

The Christian Post reports: Just over a year ago, as he was pictured on Facebook officiating a wedding, Washington pastor and grandfather Steve Parker was praised as an “amazing man of God.” On his Facebook page, Parker, 57, introduces himself as “a new convert, a soul in the midst of spiritual growth, a fish on the line.” He also lists …

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Pelosi Attacker Calls SF Station To Apologize That His Crime Wasn’t Worse: I Should Have Got More Of Them

San Francisco’s Fox affiliate reports: David DePape called the KTVU newsroom from San Francisco County Jail Friday, the same day a superior court judge ordered video of the hammer attack on Paul Pelosi to be released. The call was unexpected. He told our reporter he had an important message. He said he attacked Pelosi because people’s individual liberties are under …

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FL Bill Lets Businesses Sue To Block Local Ordinances

Florida Politics reports: This week, Panama City Republican Sen. Jay Trumbull refiled SB 170, a controversial measure that would hand businesses new tools to fight what they deem to be harmful overreach by local governments. The bill would enable businesses to sue county and city governments that pass “arbitrary or unreasonable” ordinances for up to $50,000. While a court decides …

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Biden “Outraged And Deeply Pained” By Nichols Video

Issued last night by the White House: Like so many, I was outraged and deeply pained to see the horrific video of the beating that resulted in Tyre Nichols’ death. It is yet another painful reminder of the profound fear and trauma, the pain, and the exhaustion that Black and Brown Americans experience every single day. My heart goes out …

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Truth Socials Ads: Scams, Snake Oil, Fake Merchandise

The New York Times reports: Between posts about conspiracy theories and right-wing grievances was an unusual advertisement: a photo of former President Donald J. Trump holding a $1,000 bill made of gold, which he was apparently offering free to supporters. But there were a few catches: The bill was not free, it was not made of gold, and it was …

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Trump Claims Trump Organization Doesn’t Legally Exist

The Insider reports: Donald Trump, his real-estate company and his three eldest children have filed an extraordinary, nose-thumbing response to the $250 million fraud lawsuit filed by New York Attorney General Letitia James in September, stating that “Trump Organization” is branding shorthand — not a legal entity — so it can’t be sued. “To the extent a response is required, …

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Sober Living Facility Pastor Charged With Sex Assault

Little Rock’s Fox affiliate reports: A Gravette sober living facility pastor was arrested for sexual assault after he allegedly used his position of authority to take advantage of a resident. Thomas Hartman, 53, was arrested on January 20 and booked into the Benton County jail on a $150,000 bond. According to a police report, the Wings of Peace NWA website …

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