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More young Republicans know a millionaire than a Muslim, and just 4 in 10 young Dems are close to a Trump backer

I’m not sure why this is all that interesting a stat (or why they went with this picture) but okay. The tweet and headline are also misleading. The Harvard poll that the data come from asks if you have a “close relationship” with someone who fits a certain category and “Muslim” is one of them. There are lots of people I “know” but I wouldn’t say I have a close relationship to them.

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Trump’s Sanctuary Cities Order Blocked by Federal Judge

The Trump administration vowed to keep fighting to cut funding to so-called sanctuary cities and accused the federal judge who blocked its plans of ignoring immigration law.

The ruling Tuesday bars President Donald Trump from withholding funds from jurisdictions that refuse to cooperate with federal agencies to deport undocumented immigrants, marking his second setback in court on immigration. As with its temporary travel ban on six mostly Muslim nations now on appeal, the White House said it expected to ultimately win its case against sanctuary cities in the U.S. Supreme Court.

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California judge blocks Trump order on sanctuary city money

A California judge on Tuesday blocked President Trump’s executive order that sought to withhold federal funds from so-called “sanctuary cities.”

The ruling from U.S. District Judge William Orrick III in San Francisco said that Trump’s order targeted broad categories of federal funding for sanctuary governments, and that plaintiffs challenging the order were likely to succeed in proving it unconstitutional.

The decision will block the measure for now, while the federal lawsuit works its way through the courts.

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Hollywood adulation of Venezuela’s socialist government proven wrong — again

The actor clearly admired the socialist leader – taking in sports games with him and greeting him publicly with embraces at airports.

Sean Penn gushed over the late Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, describing him as a Robin Hood of sorts, a revolutionary wonder. And when Vice President Nicolas Maduro, Chavez’s hand-picked successor, became head of state, Penn said he would continue to lift Venezuela.

Directors Michael Moore and Oliver Stone as well as actor Danny Glover also made it a virtual mission to hold up Chavez and the socialist changes of the so-called Bolivarian Revolution.

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‘Chocolate with milk?’ Serena Williams launches stinging response to veteran Romanian tennis player’s disgraceful ‘racist and sexist’ comments about her unborn child

Serena Williams hit back at the disgraceful ‘racist’ comments made about her unborn child by Romania’s women’s tennis coach in a powerful Instagram message Monday.

In Friday’s press conference, Ilie Nastase was overheard saying about Williams’ unborn baby, ‘Let’s see what color it has. Chocolate with milk?’

The next day, in a rage about Great Britain’s Fed Cup tie with Romania, Ilie Nastase verbally abused and made threatening gestures toward two GB players Jo Konta and Anne Keothavong.

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China bans Islamic baby names in Muslim majority Xinjiang province

Chinese government authorities in the northwestern Muslim-majority region of Xinjiang have banned parents from giving their children dozens of ‘extreme’ Islamic names, as part of an ongoing crackdown on alleged ‘extremism’ in the area.

An official list of banned names had previously been circulated in Hotan, south Xinjiang, as early as 2015, sources told Radio Free Asia.

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Maxine Waters Apologizes-To Fidel Castro

According to Maxine Waters the Tea party “can go straight to hell”. But “VIVA FIDEL!” she chanted during the rapturous reception that greeted the Stalinist dictator’s visit to Harlem’s Riverside Church on Sept. 9, 2000. The overflow crowd packed the Church to suffocation and spilled from the doors onto the streets and sidewalks.

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The anti-science crusade to deny differences between men and women

Feminists in the 1960s and 70s argued that men and women are not inherently different. The many apparent differences between the sexes — beyond the undeniable anatomical ones — are simply the result of gender roles people are taught to fulfill, not of their natures as men or women. This was the era when parents were told that their daughters would be just as happy playing with toy trucks as with dolls and that making the switch would help end sexism and liberate girls for a better future. Women sought to detach themselves from the aspects of womanhood they found limiting, especially their fertility.

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Middlebury Professor Apologizes To Rioters For Inviting Charles Murray

Middlebury College seems dead-set on adhering to social justice norms by apologizing for the violence that occurred when social scientist Charles Murray came to speak—not apologizing to Murray, the professor rioters injured, or the students who wanted to hear Murray’s speech, but to the rioters who shut it all down.

In a post for The Middlebury Campus, Bert Johnson, chair of the school’s political science department and an associate professor, apologized to the students who were upset over Murray’s invitation, writing that he should have consulted with dissenting students before co-sponsoring the event.

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Schumer Warns of Government Shutdown Over Trump’s Border Wall

Senate Democrats warned Republicans Monday that attempts to take funding away from Planned Parenthood or pay for President Donald Trump’s border wall in a stopgap spending bill that must pass by late April would result in a government shutdown.

The threat from Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and other Democratic leaders sets up a climactic first showdown with the president, particularly with their inclusion of Trump’s signature border wall proposal.

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Why we hate capitalism–United Airlines Is One Reason

Capitalism is unpopular for four reasons: banks, health-insurance companies, cable providers, and airlines. These all have something in common.

Airlines are currently in the wringer, with United shaming itself in spectacular fashion: Having overbooked a flight and seated the passengers, the company found itself needing four seats–not for paying customers but for airline employees who needed to be moved to another airport. When they did not find any takers for their paltry travel-voucher offers, they simply dispatched armed men to the airplane to force paying customers off, in a now-famous case, literally dragging one of them away.

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