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Atlanta Music Festival Canceled Over Open Carry Law

Billboard Magazine reports: The long-running Music Midtown festival at Piedmont Park in Atlanta, scheduled for Sept. 17-18 with headliners My Chemical Romance, Future, Jack White and Fallout Boy, has been called off. The likely cause, industry sources tell Billboard, are recent changes to Georgia gun laws that prevent the festival from banning guns on to the publicly owned festival grounds. …

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OK Schools Now Requiring “Biological Sex” Affidavits

Changing America reports: Student athletes at Oklahoma public schools are now required to complete “biological sex affidavits” to determine whether they are eligible to participate in athletics as school districts begin enforcing a state law. In March, Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt (R) signed into law the state’s “Save Women’s Sports Act,” which requires sports teams through college to be designated …

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Fox News Host Defends Fake Electors Schemes

Media Matters has the transcript: The committee wants to try and tie Trump directly to the leaders of the mob that attacked the Capitol. Seditious conspiracy. Well, ladies and gentlemen, have you seen any of that? Any of the emails, any of the texts, any of the firsthand testimony, anything on a graphic, anything on a video, anything by anybody, …

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Bloomberg: Elon Musk’s Assholery Is Hurting Tesla

Bloomberg News reports: Elon Musk’s behavior is putting off prospective customers and perturbing some Tesla owners. The trends have shown up in one consumer survey and market research report after another: Tesla commands high brand awareness, consideration and loyalty. fusk’s antics, on the other hand? They could do without. Creative Strategies, a California-based customer-experience measurer, mentioned owner frustration with Musk …

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Court: MI Counties Can Prosecute Abortion Providers

The Detroit Free Press reports: A court order that sought to bar enforcement of a dormant law criminalizing most abortions in Michigan does not apply to county prosecutors, the Michigan Court of Appeals ruled Monday. The massively consequential ruling means the 1931 law banning all abortions except those done to protect the life of a pregnant person essentially takes effect …

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MTG Would Be “Honored” To Be Trump’s Running Mate

Newsweek reports: Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, a Georgia Republican, said she “would be honored” if former President Donald Trump asked her to be his running mate in 2024 if he launches another bid for the White House. Greene’s comments came during an interview with Real America’s Voice. “I defend him all the time. I swear I would fight for that …

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Graham Hires Trump Lawyer To Fight GA Subpoena

Law & Crime reports: Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) has retained Donald Trump’s former White House counsel Don McGahn to pursue his newly refiled federal lawsuit challenging a subpoena in connection with a special grand jury investigation on attempts to overturn the 2020 election results. In July, Graham filed a federal lawsuit in South Carolina seeking to quash an order forcing …

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Saudi Golf Event Flops: $1 Tickets, Meager Crowds

The Washington Post reports: This weekend’s LIV Golf event at Trump National Golf Club involved serious money — a total purse of $25 million — and took great efforts to present itself as golf with attitude. Or at least a personality. There were paratroopers before the first tee shot and T-shirt guns during breaks in the action. Top 40 and …

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QAnon Oath Keeper +11 In AZ Sec Of State Primary

Politico reports: Mark Finchem — a poster child for election deniers following the 2020 election — is inching closer to becoming the chief election official in one of the most tightly divided battleground states in the country. Finchem, an Arizona state lawmaker, is running with Trump’s endorsement in Tuesday’s GOP primary for secretary of state there. Should he win on …

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