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Reuters: Infighting Is Ripping Apart Michigan State GOP

Reuters reports: The Michigan Republican Party is in turmoil. The fight to oust Kristina Karamo, elected as Republican party chair in Michigan last year, has become increasingly bitter and personal, leaving deep divisions in the local party. At the center of that battle is Bree Moeggenberg. The 44-year-old member of the Republican state committee – a governing board for the …

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One Million Moms Vs “Sin-Glorifying” Volkswagen

Via email from hate group leader Monica Cole: Volkswagen should be ashamed of attempting to normalize sin by featuring two lesbians getting married in their 2024 commercial, “Big Game.” The ad depicts two women dressed in wedding attire, leaving a little white chapel, hand in hand after their ceremony. Then they kiss in their Volkswagen before driving away. Obviously, Volkswagen …

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CA Man Pleads Guilty To Firebombing Abortion Clinic, Plotting To Bomb LGBTQ Pride Night At Dodger Stadium

From the Justice Department: A California man pleaded guilty today to a firebombing attack on a Planned Parenthood clinic in Costa Mesa in March 2022 and planning to attack an electrical substation in Orange County, and further admitted to plotting an attack on Dodger Stadium last year on a night celebrating LGBTQI+ pride. Tibet Ergul, 22, of Irvine, pleaded guilty …

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Menendez Co-Defendant Pleads Guilty To Bribery

The Hill reports: A New Jersey businessman charged alongside Sen. Bob Menendez (D-N.J.) in a far-reaching corruption case has pleaded guilty. Jose Uribe entered a guilty plea Friday in federal court in New York to charges that include conspiracy to commit bribery, obstruction of justice and tax evasion, court filings show. The terms of any agreement Uribe may have struck …

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FL House Passes Bill Requiring Permit To Sleep In Public

Florida Politics reports: It could be significantly harder for unhoused people to sleep in public spaces soon, as the House has passed legislation cracking down on the practice and compelling counties to set up homeless camps. The Republican Rep. Sam Garrison bill has been called a “carrot and stick” approach to managing the homeless problem in the state. “The status …

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Judge Upholds AZ “Proof Of Citizenship To Vote” Law

The Associated Press reports: A federal judge is upholding provisions of new Arizona laws that would require counties to verify the status of registered voters who haven’t provided proof of U.S. citizenship and cross-check voter registration information with various government databases. In a ruling Thursday, U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton concluded Arizona legislators did not discriminate when they adopted the …

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Beetleboob’s Ex Blames Lockdowns For Son’s Crimes

“Being a father in today’s challenging world can be a heavy task. With the constant bombardment of information and influences from all angles, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed and uncertain about the best way to guide your children. “The challenges we have experienced, especially in the last few years, with schools being shut down, social shut downs, and the depression …

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NFL Prospect Doesn’t “Believe In Space Or Planets”

The Bleacher Report reports: Texas Tech defensive back Tyler Owens is considered one of the fastest prospects in the 2024 NFL draft class, and some of his beliefs make him stand out from the rest of the pack even more. While speaking to reporters at the NFL combine on Thursday, Owens revealed that he doesn’t “believe in space” or “other …

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CVS And Walgreens To Begin Selling Abortion Pills

The New York Times reports: The two largest pharmacy chains in the United States will start dispensing the abortion pill mifepristone this month, a step that could make access easier for some patients. Officials at CVS and Walgreens said in interviews on Friday that they had received certification to dispense mifepristone under guidelines that the Food and Drug Administration issued …

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Haley: Trump’s Trials Should Happen Before Election

NBC News reports: Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley said that all of former President Donald Trump’s legal cases should be “dealt with” before the presidential election. “I think all of the cases should be dealt with before November,” she said Thursday in an interview with NBC News’ “Meet the Press” moderator Kristen Welker in Falls Church, Virginia, where voters will …

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