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Jacksonville Outlaws Unapproved Building Projections

The Jacksonville Daily Record reports: To stop a recent string of antisemitic displays, Jacksonville City Council approved legislation at midnight Jan. 25 making it illegal for anyone to project messages on private structures without the owner’s consent. The Council voted 18-1 to approve emergency Ordinance 2023-0044. It says “projections of text, graphics, logos, or artwork onto a building, structure or …

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Challengers Wait To See What Happens With Trump

Politico reports: By this time four years ago, the Democratic presidential campaign was in full swing, with Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris, Pete Buttigieg and Kirsten Gillibrand all having opened exploratory committees or announced runs. This go around, the Republican field is frozen in place. The proximate cause of the frozen primary is Trump, the former president and only declared candidate …

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LibsOfTikTok Hate Activist Shares Photo With Trump

The Daily Beast reports: Chaya Raichik, the owner of the controversial Libs of TikTok account, shared a photo of herself with Donald Trump on her personal Twitter account late Tuesday. “Bumped into this guy and he invited me for dinner,” Raichik captioned the post of the pair giving a thumbs-up to the camera while seated at a dining table. “He …

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Pope Condemns Laws That Criminalize Homosexuality

The Associated Press reports: Pope Francis criticized laws that criminalize homosexuality as “unjust,” saying God loves all his children just as they are and called on Catholic bishops who support the laws to welcome LGBTQ people into the church. “Being homosexual isn’t a crime,” Francis said during an interview Tuesday with The Associated Press. Francis acknowledged that Catholic bishops in …

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Germany And US Agree To Deliver Tanks To Ukraine

Reuters reports: Germany announced plans on Wednesday to deliver heavy tanks to Ukraine, and the United States was poised to do so too, a breakthrough hailed as a decisive military boost by Kyiv and condemned by Moscow as a reckless provocation. Kyiv has been calling for months for Western main battle tanks that would give its forces greater firepower, protection …

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Hannity Condemns Plan For Annual COVID Vaccine

“You can be fully vaccinated, fully boosted, have all the booster — booster 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. You can have natural immunity but you can still catch COVID. You can still get it and get sick. You can still transmit the virus to others. That’s what the science tells us. “Look at the recent findings that show that …

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AR Senate Passes Bill Classifying Drag Shows As “Adult”

Little Rock’s NBC affiliate reports: A controversial bill reclassifying drag performances as adult entertainment and placing limits on where performances can happen has been approved by Arkansas senators. Tuesday afternoon, the full Senate passed SB43 29 to 6, with the split going straight down party lines with the majority Republican caucus solidly behind the measure. The proposed law would add …

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McCarthy Boots Schiff And Swalwell From Intel Panel

The New York Times reports: Speaker Kevin McCarthy on Tuesday unilaterally exiled Representatives Adam B. Schiff and Eric Swalwell from the House Intelligence Committee, making good on a longstanding threat to expel the California Democrats in his first major act of partisan retribution since taking the majority. The move was a much-anticipated tit-for-tat after Democrats, then in the majority, voted …

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CHATTER AWAY: Overnight Open Thread

Variety reports: The anticipated biopic of music legend Madonna is taking an indefinite holiday. The project, which the icon was going to direct herself, is no longer in development at Universal Pictures, multiple sources told Variety. Speculation over the fate of the movie began instantly after Madonna announced a career-spanning world tour last week — one that sold out shows …

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Georgia DA: Decision On Charging Trump Is “Imminent”

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports: Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis suggested Tuesday that a decision on whether to seek indictments is “imminent” following an eight-month special grand jury investigation into whether former President Donald Trump and his allies criminally meddled in Georgia’s 2020 elections. Her comments came at the beginning of a 90-minute hearing in which Superior Court Judge Robert …

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