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Report: Adelson splits with Bannon over 2018 efforts

GOP mega-donor and Las Vegas casino magnate Sheldon Adelson is reportedly breaking with ex-White House adviser Stephen Bannon and switching his support to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) over Bannon’s push to challenge Republican incumbents in 2018.

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Rabid Anti-Trumper Arrested in Calif. after Threatening to Go on Killing Spree

Have you ever heard of David Kenneth Smith? Chances are you haven’t — he’s a rabid anti-Trumper, thus his story didn’t fit any convenient narrative. News of his arrest was treated as a local story with no national significance. However, if this freak had been a right-wing activist, he’d have been a front-page story in every paper in the country.

Smith, 39, was arrested in Orange County, Calif., on Nov. 2 following an investigation involving the Joint Terrorism Task Force. He was charged with one felony count of making criminal threats after threatening a university professor through emails and posting threatening YouTube videos — in one he talked about going on a “killing spree.”

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The Hate I Learned from the New York Times

I am traveling and yesterday the Sunday edition of the New York Times was placed outside the hotel door. I don’t usually read it much — but I thought, why not give it a chance? Big mistake. It’s filled with hate — embarrassingly so. What did I learn about hate?

I learned in one article that Christians were complicit in murder since they were not for gun control. In another I learned that some horrid socially conservative parents did not like their son’s new wife’s low-cut blouses that she wore to all events and these self-righteous jackasses should be looked down upon. And I found out that a friendly man asking what was going on at a women’s event in NY was not acknowledged and this sexism was seen as “fighting the patriarchy.”

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Coming Soon to Washington: An Anti-Trump Hotel for Liberals

Expect counter-cultural art, progressive fireside chats, and craft materials for your next great protest poster.

The first thing you’ll see when you walk into Eaton Workshop, a hotel opening in late spring 2018 in Washington, is a custom-commissioned video art installation by AJ Schnack, shown on a series of vintage-style television screens. All day long, it’ll broadcast a montage of footage from the presidential elections of 2012 and 2016 that’s built around one pointed question: How did our country get where it is today?

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Mattel announces Ibtihaj Muhammad doll, the first Barbie to wear a hijab

Mattel (MAT), which makes Barbie, announced Monday that the latest doll in its “Shero” collection will be modeled after Olympic fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad. In 2016, Muhammad became the first American to compete in the games while wearing a hijab.

“I’m proud to know that little girls everywhere can now play with a Barbie who chooses to wear hijab! This is a childhood dream come true,” Muhammad said in a tweet.

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Lagerfeld sparks fury over migrants Holocaust comments

Fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld has sparked outrage by evoking the Holocaust as he attacked German Chancellor Angela Merkel for opening the country’s borders to migrants.

“One cannot — even if there are decades between them — kill millions of Jews so you can bring millions of their worst enemies in their place,” he told a French television show.

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Tension mounts in Lebanon as Saudi Arabia escalates power struggle with Iran

In Beirut’s southern suburbs, where buildings scarred with wars of old blend with posters of the latest dead, talk of another conflict has taken hold. A fight on a scale not seen before may be brewing, say locals like Hussein Khaireddine, a barber who says he and his family in the Shia suburb of Dahiyeh have grown used to tensions over decades.

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SHOCK: More Than Half of California Pregnancies Unintended

On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court announced it would take up the abortion case National Institute of Family and Life Advocates (NIFLA) v. Xavier Becerra. The legal brief for Becerra — which defends a California law mandating crisis pregnancy centers post information about abortion — stated an eye-popping figure.

According to the State of California, more than half of pregnancies in the state are unintended.

“Some 700,000 California women become pregnant each year, and over half of these pregnancies are unintended,” the brief states. Let that sink in: More than half of the pregnancies in California are unintended. That means an estimated 350,000 children are accidentally conceived annually in the nation’s most populous state.

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