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Maine Reception Now Linked To 7 Deaths, 175 Cases

The Associated Press reports: At least seven people have died in connection to a coronavirus outbreak that continues to sicken people in Maine following a wedding reception held over the summer that violated state virus guidelines, public health authorities said. The August wedding reception at the Big Moose Inn in Millinocket is linked to more than 175 confirmed cases of …

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Porno Pete: Burger King Confuses Love With Perversion

From the American Family Association’s OneNewsNow: In Finland, where Burger King is running an ad campaign featuring its mascot kissing Ronald McDonald, one conservative activist says the restaurant chain has made another assault on youth and the culture. Peter LaBarbera of Americans for Truth About Homosexuality (AFTAH) and The Center for Morality tells OneNewsNow Burger King is promoting sexual deviance …

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Famed Science Mag Makes Its First Endorsement Ever

From the editors of Scientific American: Scientific American has never endorsed a presidential candidate in its 175-year history. This year we are compelled to do so. We do not do this lightly. The evidence and the science show that Donald Trump has badly damaged the U.S. and its people—because he rejects evidence and science. The most devastating example is his …

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South Dakota AG’s Fatal Crash Story Keeps Evolving

The Rapid City Journal reports: The attorney general said in a statement today that he and the local sheriff searched a crash scene after he thought he hit a deer Saturday night but they both missed spotting the pedestrian he had hit and killed. Jason Ravnsborg said he used Hyde County Sheriff Mike Volek’s personal vehicle to drive home to …

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CNBC Host Calls Pelosi “Crazy Nancy” During Interview

The New York Post reports: CNBC host Jim Cramer called House Speaker Nancy Pelosi “Crazy Nancy” to her face during an interview on Tuesday morning — a taunt for the California liberal typically used by President Trump. The outlandish host of “Mad Money” and former hedge fund manager was interviewing Pelosi on stalled negotiations on a fourth coronavirus stimulus package …

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Kanye: The NBA’s A Slave Ship And I’m The New Moses

Variety reports: Kanye West took a break from his presidential campaign to make some declarations about his music career today, saying that he will refuse to release any new music until his record company, Universal Music Group, and his publisher, Sony/ATV Music Publishing, free him from their deals. In a tweet that he later deleted, West wrote, “I’m the 2nd …

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Kushner On Rallies: People Make Their Own Decisions

NBC News reports: White House senior adviser Jared Kushner responded to tapes of President Donald Trump downplaying the threat of the coronavirus in March by saying Trump was “very forthcoming with the American people” about the dangers of the illness. Kushner also addressed concerns over a large indoor Trump rally in Las Vegas on Sunday in which people defied the …

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Catholic Group To Spend $10M On Biden Attack Ads

The Hill reports: A Catholic voters group launched a $9.7 million campaign against Democratic nominee Joe Biden, targeting Catholic voters in swing states. Biden, if he is elected, would be the country’s second Catholic president and the first since John F. Kennedy. The group attacking Biden, CatholicVote, is a conservative faith-based advocacy group that takes issue with Biden’s position on …

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CNN Poll: Biden +10 In Wisconsin, +3 In North Carolina

CNN reports: The race for the presidency is near even in North Carolina and Democratic nominee Joe Biden holds a lead over President Donald Trump in Wisconsin, according to new CNN polls conducted by SSRS in the battleground states. Among likely voters in North Carolina, 49% support Biden, 46% Trump. In Wisconsin, likely voters break 52% for Biden to 42% …

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New Monmouth Poll: Biden +5 Over Trump In Florida

Just in from Monmouth Polling: Joe Biden holds a 3 to 5 point lead over Donald Trump in Florida, depending on a range of likely voter models. The Monmouth University Poll finds Biden with a large lead among Latino voters, but also suggests there are some possible signs of strength for Trump among older voters in this group. However, Biden …

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