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Did Non-Citizen Immigrants Illegally Vote in Election?

Did Non-Citizen Immigrants Illegally Vote in Election?

Carrie Sheffield, Just the News December 10, 2020 I think the voter rolls ought to be checked. Secretaries of states of each state ought to check whether people—there ought to be some way to check a database and whether somebody is a citizen or not.Read Full Article » Related Topics: 2020 Election Comment Show comments…...

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As More Crimson States Legalize Marijuana, Some Officers Strive to Nip It within the Bud

As More Crimson States Legalize Marijuana, Some Officers Strive to Nip It within the Bud

With his state reeling amid one of the worst COVID-19 outbreaks in the nation, the last thing South Dakota Speaker of the House Steven Haugaard wants to be dealing with during the upcoming legislative session is marijuana. But the state’s voters haven’t left the Republican much choice. This fall, South Dakota became the first state…...

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GOP Texas senator questions ‘unprejudiced correct theory’ behind Trump’s lawsuit to self-discipline recount’s election results

GOP Texas senator questions ‘unprejudiced correct theory’ behind Trump’s lawsuit to self-discipline recount’s election results

Texas Sen. John CornynJohn CornynGOP Texas senator questions 'legal theory' behind Trump's lawsuit to challenge state's election results Overnight Health Care: Momentum stalls for COVID-19 relief bill | White House task force says vaccine may not reduce virus spread until late spring | Azar dismisses concerns of COVID-19 vaccine supply shortages Momentum stalls for COVID-19…...

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FTC proclaims lawsuit in opposition to Facebook for ‘illegal monopolization’

FTC proclaims lawsuit in opposition to Facebook for ‘illegal monopolization’

The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) today announced its lawsuit against Facebook alleging the company has formed an illegal monopoly based on anticompetitive practices. According to a notice from the FTC, the suit involves the company’s Instagram, Messenger, and WhatsApp services as well as Facebook‘s alleged imposition of anti-competitive practices on software developers. The notice…...

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Meet the man on the center of a sad multimillion-dollar “rip-off PAC” community

Meet the man on the center of a sad multimillion-dollar “rip-off PAC” community

A super PAC that claims to advocate for wounded veterans raised millions of dollars this year, but spent only $18,000 of it on political activity. The rest of the money was spun off to administrative and marketing services, including to three companies belonging to one person — a former long-shot Democratic congressional candidate, self-published author, certified nutrition-label reader and serial hustler in East…...

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Don’t tumble sufferer to these total vacation scams

Don’t tumble sufferer to these total vacation scams

NEWS RELEASE SOUTH SIMCOE POLICE ***************************** 'Tis the season for a rise in certain types of scams and fraud, according to the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre. We recently received two separate reports of residents attempting to purchase vehicles online but after payment was made, the seller stopped responding to inquiries. The Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre has some…...

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Vyapam rip-off: 126 extra charged

Vyapam rip-off: 126 extra charged

BHOPAL: The CBI has filed the final supplementary chargesheet against 126 people in Vyapam’s premedical test-2009 scam pertaining to bogus admissions in Gwalior’s Gaja Raja Medical College. Non-bailable arrest warrants have been issued against 10 people. Among those chargesheeted are 35 candidates, 26 impersonators, 17 parents and guardians, and 48 middlemen. CBI went through the…...

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Ex-Harvard coach, father indicted in $1.5M admissions scam

Ex-Harvard coach, father indicted in $1.5M admissions scam

BOSTON (AP) — The former fencing coach at Harvard and a wealthy Maryland businessman were indicted Monday on charges the coach took $1.5 million in bribes in exchange for helping the businessman get his two sons into the Ivy League school as recruited fencers. Peter Brand, 67, who was fired by Harvard last year, and…...

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Maddow: Losing and complaining is the most lucrative rip-off of Trump’s presidency

Maddow: Losing and complaining is the most lucrative rip-off of Trump’s presidency

Rachel Maddow shows that Donald Trump has finally figured out how to make real money off his position as U.S. president, ironically, by losing his bid for re-election and manipulating his supporters into giving him hundreds of millions of dollars to complain about it.Dec. 5, 2020Read more from the MaddowBlog...

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