Monthly Archives: March 2019

Powerful Portland LGBT activist Terry Bean tried to bribe teen into silence after sexually abusing him, $6 million suit claims

A young man who says he was 15 when prominent community activist and wealthy Portland real estate developer Terry Bean sexually abused him has filed a $6.15 million lawsuit, saying Bean illegally offered cash to keep him from testifying in … Continue reading

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Havah Nagilah…was composed in 1915

Source: Behind The Black | Postings By Robert Zimmerman Havah Nagilah…was composed in 1915 in Ottoman Palestine, when Hebrew was being revived as a spoken language after falling into disuse in this form for approximately 1,700 years, following the destruction … Continue reading

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How to Deadlift The Right Way – Form Tips, Variations, Benefits

How to deadlift Skim the bar up your legs as you push the floor away. Stand as tall as possible, keeping your spine neutral. Control your pace and hold your back straight as you lower the bar down your legs. … Continue reading

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Smackdown: Illinois Prosecutors Bar Association Calls Kim Foxx’s Handling of Smollett Case Dishonest, Unethical

Yesterday witnessed the publication of an extraordinary rebuke of Chicago State’s Attorney Kim Foxx by the national association representing district attorneys, in which her conduct in the Smollett case was was picked apart piece by piece.  That scathing statement certainly constitutes an … Continue reading

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Donald Trump Takes A Victory Lap

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Shadowy group ‘broke into N Korean embassy in Spain and took diplomat into basement’ | Just Like a Movie

Madrid: A Spanish judge has issued international arrest warrants for two of the intruders who forced their way into North Korea’s embassy in Madrid last month and are currently believed to be in the United States, a judicial source told Reuters … Continue reading

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Boston Dynamics’ latest robot is a mechanical ostrich that loads pallets | Ars Technica

Boston Dynamics has a new YouTube video showing off its newest robot design. This one is a reimagining of the “Handle” robot that the company originally showed off in 2017. Back then the robot could jump four feet in the air and do all … Continue reading

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Poll reveals AOC is not popular with voters, with less than a quarter giving her favorable rating | Media Still Loves Her

Democrat Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez isn’t popular among voters – if they’ve even heard of her at all, according to a new poll. A Quinnipiac University survey released Thursday found that just 23 per cent gave the New Yorker a favorable rating. A … Continue reading

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Progressive Caucus rips Democrats’ move to protect incumbents: “A slap in the face” | Going Far Left Too Fast

Leaders of the Congressional Progressive Caucus Wednesday condemned the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee’s new policy of cutting off funds to primary challengers, saying the rule will shut down “competition of ideas” and alienate the party’s grassroots base. “This unprecedented grab of … Continue reading

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Mueller Report Exceeds 300 Pages, Raising Questions About Four-Page Summary | A 298 Page Summary Would Do The Same Thing, But 30,000 Missing Hillary eMails – No Problem

The page total suggests that Robert Mueller went well beyond the kind of bare-bones summary required by Justice Department regulation. Source: Mueller Report Exceeds 300 Pages, Raising Questions About Four-Page Summary What a sham complaint. Everybody knows this was a … Continue reading

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