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"Just basically flushing money down the toilet."
These songs have no business receiving the hype bestowed on them.
Mahmoud al-Habbash is the PA's supreme Sharia judge, and personal advisor to Abbas.
As the chancellor falls, the postwar German political consensus comes apart.
The test actually shows that Warren is 1/1,000th non-Caucasian. She's 99.9% white lady.
Maoist revolutionaries appear to be planning violence on Election Day.
“Women should feel safe on campus.”
"Please send the check to the National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center," says senator; president says, "I didn't say that. I think you better read it again."
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Guess what? She's still a white woman.
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For the love of all that is holy, Pope Francis, man up!
This week's rant rises to the top for all the wrong reasons.
From colleges to nuthouses in three generations.
Jamal Khashoggi was not a journalist, but a high-level operative for the Saudi intelligence service, an intimate of Osama bin Laden.
Things are sick and getting sicker in the Pacific Northwest.
Progressivism ain't easy.
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"Masculine traits can be fine-tuned."