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Puerto Ricans plan payback for Trump in U.S. midterms

The Sad Reality of Our Society Today

This is what rape looks like. Movie CLIP - Josey's Painful Past (2005)

About Schmidt - Ndugu's Letter

One of the most moving scenes in any movie for me. “Life is never made unbearable by circumstances, but only by lack of meaning and purpose.”
― Victor Frankl

Warning, this spoils the end of the movie if you haven't seen it, and if you haven't you really should. Context: The very last scene of About Schmidt with Jack Nicholson. After despairing about his life, Schmidt is about to realize that he's made a difference after all...

Pastor John Kilpatrick is Saving Trump from Witchcraft

Kavanaugh ally did online searches for Christine Bailey Ford before she was revealed as accuser: rep

Source: Raw Story

A conservative lobbyist friend of Brett Kavanaugh’s searched for Dr. Christine Bailey Ford on LinkedIn before she was outed as the person who accused the Supreme Court nominee of sexual assault.

The Washington Post reported that on Sunday, Ford forwarded an email to an associate showing that Ethics and Public Policy Center president Ed Whalen had been looking at her LinkedIn profile.

According to the report, Ford sent the email about 90 minutes after the Post shared her name with the White House — but before the newspaper posted a story revealing her name on Monday.

In a statement, the White House claimed that neither Kavanaugh nor anyone within the administration shared the accuser’s name with Whelan.

Read more: https://www.rawstory.com/2018/09/kavanaugh-ally-online-searches-christine-bailey-ford-revealed-accuser-report/

Kavanaugh Allegedly Tried To Rape Woman

Why Does the B2 Stealth Bomber Cost $2 Billion?

North Carolina didn't like science on sea levels ... so passed a law against it

In 2012, the state whose low-lying coast lies in the path of Hurricane Florence reacted to a prediction of catastrophically rising seas by banning policies based on such forecasts

When North Carolina got bad news about what its coast could look like thanks to climate change, it chose to ignore it.

In 2012, the state now in the path of Hurricane Florence reacted to a prediction by its Coastal Resources Commission that sea levels could rise by 39in over the next century by passing a law that banned policies based on such forecasts.

The legislation drew ridicule, including a mocking segment by comedian Stephen Colbert, who said: “If your science gives you a result you don’t like, pass a law saying the result is illegal. Problem solved.”

North Carolina has a long, low-lying coastline and is considered one of the US areas most vulnerable to rising sea levels.

More: https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2018/sep/12/north-carolina-didnt-like-science-on-sea-levels-so-passed-a-law-against-it?CMP=share_btn_fb

The most explosive reporting in Bob Woodward's new book on the Trump White House

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