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Guess Where Trump Is Right Now And How Much It’s Costing You

For the 14th time in 10 weeks as President, Donald Trump is golfing. According to the White House press pool, Trump is supposedly in meetings. Remember when our elected officials were able to take “meetings” in their taxpayer-funded offices instead of the golf course? Me neither. Whether Trump expended any significant energy on healthcare is suspect, as well, per established precedent. On March 26, Trump was reportedly in three separate meetings at Trump National Golf Club in Virginia. Twitter told a different story, as a nearby spectator tweeted an image of Trump watching golf on television. Maybe they got…

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Tina Fey has some advice for a group of people who played a big role in electing President Trump

During Friday night’s “Stand for Rights: A Benefit for the ACLU,” comedian Tina Fey had a message for white women who voted for President Trump. “A lot of this election was turned by white, college-educated women who now would maybe like to forget about this election and go back to watching HGTV,” she said, insinuating that many of the current political issues don’t affect this demographic. “I would want to urge them to like, ‘You can’t look away’ because it doesn’t affect you this minute, but it’s going to affect you eventually.” Fey made the comments after speaking with New York…

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Chelsea Handler Calls Trump a ‘F*cking Loser’ at L.A. Library Benefit

Talk show host Chelsea Handler called President Donald Trump a “f*cking loser” at a benefit for the Los Angeles Public Library Saturday night, as she joked that Trump’s bestselling book The Art of the Deal had made a significant “impact” on her life. “I think the way we have come together is so inspiring,” the 42-year-old Chelsea host said at the Young Literati Toast in Los Angeles, according to the Hollywood Reporter. SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER “I would have hoped that would have happened before the election, but I’ll f*cking take it because it’s so much better to be friends…

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Amy Bleuel, Founder of Project Semicolon, Dies

If you see a semicolon as more than just punctuation, you probably know Amy. Her movement, called Project Semicolon, is a global nonprofit dedicated to presenting hope and love for those who are struggling with mental illness, , and self-injury. The semicolon manifested in both drawings and tattoos and quickly became a sign of hope for those who struggled with and suicidal thoughts. In The Mighty community, people have written about their semicolon tattoos, and again and again we would see semicolon tattoos in the pictures people share with us: “This is the tattoo I’m proudest of.” — Kris Lindsey “My…

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The CEO Of General Electric Just Called On US Companies To Defy Trump

One of America’s most influential CEOs, Jeff Immelt of General Electric, just took President Trump to task for his dangerous anti-climate and anti-science agenda. POLITICO just revealed that “Immelt is calling on other companies to step up to fill the void that the administration is leaving behind,” as per an internal memo obtained by the news outlet. Immelt subtly questioned Trump’s mental faculties by saying the President’s “imagination [was] at work” and calls on other American companies to pick up the baton that the White House has so carelessly discarded. In the missive, Immelt politely questions Trump’s mental faculties by…

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Oklahoma homeowner’s son will not face charges in connection to deadly home invasion

Oklahoma homeowner’s son will not face charges in connection to deadly home invasion BROKEN ARROW, Okla. – Authorities say a 23-year-old man who shot and killed three intruders who broke into his home last week will not face charges. Last week, authorities say three teenagers dressed in black and wearing masks and gloves broke in to a Broken Arrow home through a back door. However, they did not know that a young man was home at the time. Officials say the homeowner’s 23-year-old son killed all three teens with an AR-15 before barricading himself inside his bedroom. During the man’s…

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Senate panel prepares to consider Gorsuch as threat of filibuster looms

The battle to confirm Judge Neil Gorsuch to the U.S. Supreme Court entered its final phase Monday as Republicans prepared to send the nomination to the full Senate, possibly triggering not only a Democratic filibuster but a rules change that could escalate fighting over future court nominees. As the Senate Judiciary Committee considers Gorsuch’s nomination, a ttention will be focused on Sens. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) and Sen. Patrick J. Leahy (D-Vt.) to see if they reveal plans for a filibuster. It is not known whether each would vote to end the procedural roadblock and proceed to a final vote….

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