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Protests in Iran Hit Boiling Point, Amplifying Calls for Regime Change

Protests against Iran’s hardline ruling regime hit a boiling point over the weekend, as demonstrators took to the streets for the sixth consecutive day in the face of efforts by the regime to beat and arrest those seeking regime change in the Islamic Republic, according to multiple reports from the region.

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WATCH: Leftist Mob Screams At, Throws Drink On TPUSA’s Charlie Kirk and Candace Owens

On Monday, Turning Point USA head Charlie Kirk and communications director Candace Owens were sitting at a restaurant in Philadelphia when members of a Leftist activist group spotted them through the window. Within minutes, Kirk told Daily Wire, 20-30 of these rabble-rousers mobilized, and proceeded to harass Kirk and Owens inside the restaurant before attacking them outside. Police were required to separate the mob from Kirk and Owens.

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Showtime Orders Docuseries From LeBron James, Alex Gibney

James’ ‘Shut Up and Dribble’ will examine the role of NBA players in society, while Gibney’s ‘Enemies’ focuses on the FBI and the presidency.
Showtime has greenlighted a pair of docuseries for the fall, both of which take on subjects that are part of the current political conversation.

Shut Up and Dribble, from executive producer LeBron James, is set to premiere in October. Enemies: The President, Justice & the FBI, from Oscar and Emmy winner Alex Gibney, follows on Nov. 18.

Shut Up and Dribble is a three-part series focusing on NBA players who have used their on-court stardom to impact the worlds of business and fashion and sometime stake a claim to part of the political conversation. The title comes from Fox News host Laura Ingraham, who told James to “shut up and dribble” rather than offer up his political views.

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Noncitizens across U.S. find it easy to register to vote, cast ballots

A Russian national or any other noncitizen can easily influence a U.S. election by simply registering to vote in California — just ask Elizaveta Shuvalova.

Ms. Shuvalova said she didn’t even know her name was added to the San Francisco voter rolls in 2012, when she was a 21-year-old Russian citizen living legally in the U.S. but ineligible to vote.

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Paul Manafort fraud trial: Former Trump campaign manager ‘lied’ and placed himself ‘above law’ amid lavish lifestyle, court hears

Paul Manafort has been branded a “shrewd” liar by prosecutors as they sought to build a picture of a multimillion dollar conspiracy to evade US tax laws by Donald Trump’s former campaign manager during the first day of his criminal trial.

Assistant US attorney Uzo Asonye painted a picture of Mr Manafort’s lavish lifestyle, alleging in a Virginia court that money funnelled through 30 offshore accounts was used to buy items including a $21,000 watch and a $15,000 ostrich jacket, telling the jury that Mr Manafort considered himself “above the law”.

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South Africa to amend constitution to allow land expropriation

In a recorded address, President Cyril Ramaphosa said the ruling ANC will “finalise a proposed amendment” allowing the move.

He said the reform was “of critical importance” to the economy.

Recent months have seen growing anger about the slow pace of land reform in South Africa.

The country’s white minority is believed to have a disproportionate hold over land, with a few thousand white commercial farmers possessing the most fertile lands.

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