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    So it looks like they finally found their red line. Meaning the Republican Party. Tuesday, the GOP seems to have finally identified the barrier no Republican may be allowed to cross. Many of us had wondered where it was — or even if it was. We were genuinely, if morbidly, curious about what it would take to get the party to rebuke one of its own. Now, thanks to the election and, specifically, to the defeat of Madison Cawthorn, the soon-to-be former representative from North Carolina, we have our answer. The red line is this: Don’t embarrass the GOP. It’s OK if you embrace a white-supremacist theory like Rep. Elise Stefanik. It’s no problem if you are an anti-Semite like Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene. It’s fine if you support insurrection like Sen. Josh Hawley. Just don’t embarrass the party. One might argue that any or all of the above ought to embarrass the party plenty. But that argument misreads the Zeitgeist. Consider Cawthorn’s catalog of impolitic behavior: He twice brought loaded guns to the airport; he was shown on one...
    President of the France LGBT+ Sports Federation Eric Arassus told RMC Sport that Gueye "is a great player, but religion is not a part of the sport. Every player took part [in the rainbow jersey initiative] except him. He should be sanctioned. Gueye’s excuses show that the club [PSG] and league let homophobia happen," the Daily Mail said. Gueye, 32, regularly shares messages about his faith on social media, the outlet added. L’Equipe newspaper reported that Gueye missed last season's match during which the rainbow jerseys were worn due to gastroenteritis, the Associated Press said.How have others reacted?Reactions on Twitter to Gueye sitting out the game seemed mixed, though it seems, so far, most folks support his decision: "Idrissa Gueye is Muslim. He has never (not to anyone's knowledge) mistreated or discriminated against any member of the LBGTQ community," one user said. "Forcing him to be a poster boy for a something against his faith, however, is very disrespectful, borderline Islamophobic even." "He has every right not wear some stupid LGBTQ+ flag on his [jersey] ... what happened to...
    The Supreme Court majority who voted to overrule Roe v. Wade should issue the latest version of Justice Samuel Alito’s opinion in Dobbs, taking the heat off the majority and showing America the truth of what the decision does, thereby exposing the lies of the left. The left is engaging in an alarming – and illegal – campaign to intimidate the five conservative justices and moderate Chief Justice John Roberts to change the one or two votes necessary to make Alito’s opinion a dissent. (That is illegal because 18 U.S.C. § 1507 makes it a federal crime to protest outside a federal judge’s home to change his decision in a case, which is exactly what these activists are doing.) The leaked Alito opinion showed a timestamp that it was circulated on February 10. The draft opinion is excellent. It is an imposing 67 pages of meticulous analysis exploring every relevant legal aspect, written in Alito’s clear and forceful style. It is very likely that the other justices in the majority had already weighed in with their edits before the opinion...
    (CNN)In a deeply disappointing move, the Senate on Wednesday voted down a bill that would have protected the right of women in the United States to have an abortion. The Women's Health Protection Act would have enshrined the right to an abortion in federal law, as well as the right of health care providers to perform abortion services. Rep. Marie Newman As a member of Congress, I was fervently hoping that the bill would pass. I voted for a similar House bill that passed earlier this year, amid staunch GOP opposition. For the past 50 years, although legal and safe, abortion has been considered a dirty word -- one that even President Biden wouldn't utter in public until just last week. In reality, abortion is anything but dirty and anything but wrong. It can be life-affirming, and can restore hope and a sense of possibility to women who find themselves in the position of needing one. Read MoreI know that this is true, because I had one. I was just 19 years old and about midway through college...
    (CNN)When two pink vertical lines on a pregnancy test stared back at Taylor Esche last summer, she was contemplating her options before even leaving her bathroom.On paper, Esche, 28, and her now fiancé seemed to be perfect candidates for parenthood, she tells CNN: Esche is a business owner, her fiancé is a lawyer and the two own a home together in Nashville, Tennessee.But the results of a positive pregnancy test last June didn't bring the excitement they expected. They didn't feel ready or properly equipped to welcome a child into the world, Esche says. So, the couple made the difficult decision to get an abortion at a local clinic when Esche was five weeks pregnant. On Monday evening, Esche checked her phone after a networking event and saw a Snapchat from a friend. The post shared the news that a draft of a majority opinion from the Supreme Court, published by Politico, would strike down Roe v. Wade's holding of a federal constitutional right to an abortion.Read MoreThe opinion, which is not a final decision, would be the most consequential...
    By The Associated Press FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota’s only abortion clinic is reassuring patients that their appointments will stand, for now. Tammi Kromenaker, who owns and operates the Red River Women’s Clinic in Fargo, said Tuesday that she posted a notice on the clinic’s website letting women know that abortion is still legal and that their appointments at the clinic are safe. Politico published a leaked Supreme Court draft opinion late Monday showing that a majority of the court is prepared to overrule the landmark 1973 decision in Roe v. Wade that legalized abortion nationwide. Kromenaker says she also talked to staff about the draft opinion, emphasizing that this is not yet the final ruling. It’s a message she’s seen from abortion providers across the country. She says she already had a plan to open a clinic just across the river in Minnesota if a 2007 North Dakota law outlawing abortion was triggered by any Supreme Court decision, and the leak just made that move all the more urgent. ___ KEY DEVELOPMENTS IN THE ABORTION STORY: — Biden says...
    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court keeps secrets. Year after year, in major case after major case, there’s little beyond what the justices say during oral arguments that suggests how they will rule until they actually do. That is, apparently, until Monday evening when Politico published what it said is a draft of an opinion in a major abortion case that was argued in the fall. While there have, on very rare occasions, been leaks of the outcomes in cases, the publication of an apparent draft running nearly 100 pages was without an evident modern parallel. The draft says that a majority of the court is prepared to overrule the landmark 1973 decision, Roe v. Wade, that legalized abortion nationwide. A decision in the case had been expected before the court begins its summer recess in late June or early July, so it could be more than a month before the court actually issues a final opinion. If the court does what the draft suggests, the ruling would upend a nearly 50-year-old decision; its advance publication would also disturb an...
    It was less than four years ago that a tearful, rageful Brett Kavanaugh, hours from being confirmed to a lifetime appointment to the most powerful judicial body in the United States, vowed to one day have his revenge for the ways he was wronged. “You sowed the wind,” he told Democratic members of the Senate Judiciary Committee. “The country will reap the whirlwind.” I doubt that he envisioned that his opportunity to stick it to the people who he believed wronged him would come so quickly. On Monday night, Politico released details of a leaked Supreme Court draft opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the case that’s about to undermine nearly half a century of court precedent. For the approximately 73 million Americans who are women of reproductive age (and the untold millions who ostensibly give a shit about them), the news isn’t good. “We hold that Roe and Casey must be overruled,” writes Justice Samuel Alito, a career-long foe of reproductive freedom. This marks the first time in the court’s history that a draft ruling has been...
    Elon Musk wants to buy Twitter Inc. for $43 billion — but he has only about $3 billion in cash on hand. Most of the fortune of the world’s richest man, which adds up to some $259 billion, is tied up in Tesla Inc. and other nifty things. So if he’s serious about a takeover — and there is ample reason for skepticism — he’ll have to sell a chunk of his Tesla shares or get a consortium of big buckaroos with social media interests to chip in. Maybe he can enlist the help of Peter Thiel, Marc Andreessen and Donald Trump’s political action committee. Musk’s Twitter takeover offer is of a piece with his other recent attention-grabbing antics surrounding the social media company: lots of noise but no real substance. He unveiled a big stake in Twitter last week under the guise of being a passive investor. Then he got very active and snagged a board seat. Then he got very, I don’t know, distracted, and stepped away. Now he says he wants the whole megillah. This is the...
    Back in the 1980s and 1990s, I served as a juvenile court judge in the juvenile justice court (then called juvenile delinquency). On an average day there were between 200-300 youths detained in our juvenile hall, including about 20-30 girls. We had three juvenile rehabilitation facilities, the William James Ranch, the Harold Holden Ranch, and the Muriel Wright Center, where a total of about 200-300 youths were placed for six months to a year. We occasionally experienced over crowding in juvenile hall, and some youths had to wait in juvenile hall for a bed to open at one of the rehabilitation facilities. In 20 years, all of that has dramatically changed. There are currently no girls in the juvenile halls and fewer than 100 boys. There is only one rehabilitation facility, with less than 100 youths placed there. How could this happen? My sense is that it started with the hiring of Chief Probation Officer Laura Garnette in 2010. Chief Garnette came from Santa Cruz County where, years before, that county became a pilot for a national program to reduce...
    The United States has just surpassed 50 million reported cases of COVID-19 and over 800,000 (a conservative estimate) deaths from this disease. While these numbers are a stark reminder of where we’ve been, the current view of where we’re going is unclear and potentially alarming. We had been confronted with a surge of delta cases and then omicron, a much more transmissible variant, exploded last week in our country as it had around the world. As if this is not enough, we are entering the influenza season. We have a lot to be concerned about. Simultaneous waves of delta, omicron and influenza, a “tridemic,” could easily exceed the capacity of our healthcare system and cause untold misery and deaths. We need to do everything we can to avoid this. We came out of the summer delta surge in September. Then by November delta cases started to increase again (Thanksgiving gave it a big boost). But by last week Omicron had become the dominant version of the coronavirus in the United States, accounting for 73% of new infections, federal health officials...
    Facebook/Meta now admits that they define “fact” as “opinion.” Thanks for finally admitting it! MSNBCCOMCASTUNIVERSAL stands on the soon-to-be-graves of dead tornado victims in order to push Joe Biden’s “Build Back Better” agenda. Amazon and Jeff Bezos are in trouble for allegedly unsafe work conditions that have apparently led to many deaths from the tornados; meanwhile, the world’s richest man keeps wearing cowboy hats and launching penis-shaped rockets with celebrities aboard. Woke corporations are “investing” in Vice President Kamala Harris’s open borders agenda. And student loan payments are back on the stove, indicating that Bidenflation might be even worse than we thought. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) is bucking the Brandon administration by trying to send illegal aliens to Delaware and Martha’s Vineyard. Plus, updates on the expanding boycott of Kellogg’s, the Jussie Smollett hoax, and the male UPenn swimmer Lia Thomas who is breaking all sorts of women’s records and reportedly bragging about it. Our guest today is Pastor Michael Foster, author of It’s Good to Be a Man. We talk about how an emerging masculine renaissance could be...
    Lady Gaga Recalls Wearing Dove Brooch at Joe Bidens Inauguration and Says Dress Was "Bulletproof" U.S. judge rules that Uniteds employee vaccine mandate can continue CARLSBAD, Calif. — Oakland A’s GM David Forst checked into the Omni Hotel on Monday afternoon, stopped and talked for 15 minutes to two reporters, but by the time he departs Thursday from the annual Major League Baseball's general managers' meetings, he might find himself the most popular executive at this luxurious golf resort. MLB at a crossroads after a snoozefest of a World Series Tallahassee Democrat See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Baseball great CC Sabathia opens up about his alcohol struggles and recovery TODAY Daily Cover: Heart and Soler Sports Illustrated Tuesday Morning Quarterback: World Series goes to Game 6 CBS News SI RN: Astros Stay Alive To Force Game 6 Sports Illustrated Atlanta Braves tradition draws scrutiny CBS News SI RN: Braves Rally To Win Game 4 Sports Illustrated SI RN:...
    5 things to know on October 10, 2021: Coronavirus, Lebanon, William Shatner, NASA, Mental Health Day NAACP investigating after paraplegic man was pulled from car by police The most iconic moment of Ed Orgeron’s tenure at LSU came in 2017 during his first full season as head coach, shortly after a competitive 24-10 loss to Alabama. Is Kenny Pickett the top quarterback in college football? USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Notre Dame vs. Virginia Tech Football Highlights (2021) ACC Digital Network Leslie Frazier-Takeaways Bills Central on FanNation OU Football: Kennedy Brooks touchdown leads Sooners to win over Texas The Oklahoman Moren on Berger Hoosiers Now on FanNation HS Team of the Week: Pasadena Bulldogs CBS Los Angeles OU Football: Lincoln Riley speaks after beating Texas in epic comeback The Oklahoman TreVeyon Hendersons Performance Against Maryland Buckeyes Now on FanNation Florida St. vs. North Carolina Football Highlights (2021) ACC Digital Network UNCs...
    'Everyone is in favour of free speech,' said Winston Churchill, 'but some people's idea of it is that they are free to say what they like, but if anyone else says anything back, that is an outrage.' He could have been talking about Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle, two people who think they have both the right to drop endless incendiary unsubstantiated bombshells about their family AND the right to censor and silence anyone who dares to disbelieve or challenge them. Back in March, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex spent two hours spray-gunning the Royals to Oprah Winfrey in an explosive interview on prime-time US television. They claimed a member of the Royal Family had been racist about their son Archie, and that their little boy had been banned from being a Prince because of his skin colour. Back in March, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex spent two hours spray-gunning the Royals to Oprah Winfrey in an explosive interview on prime-time US television, writes PIERS MORGAN Hours later on GMB, Piers said he didn't...
    Lucy Hale Apologizes to Sister for Removing Meaningful Tattoo: ‘I’m Sorry’ A Black former Starbucks employee claims managers didnt protect him from a customer who repeatedly called him a n*****. Hes suing the company. One of the most entertaining parts of conference realignment is the sniping that accompanies it. CFB shake-up: Why Texas, Oklahoma move to SEC may change college football as we know it USA TODAY See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next All students to return for SCS first day of school WATN Memphis Pete Golding on the Expectations for the Alabama Defense Bama Central on FanNation "Without Bobby, there is no FSU": Fans adorn Bobby Bowden statue with flowers, notes in memoriam 11PY WTXL Tallahassee, FL Odell Haggins, Ron Dugans share heartfelt remembrance of Bobby Bowden WTXL Tallahassee, FL Dirt Bowl returns to Shawnee Park after COVID canceled season in 2020 WHAS-TV Louisville Bobby Bowden, Hall of Fame Florida State Coach, dead at 91 MSNBC Florida States...
    A WOMAN who voiced her opinion on her family friend's breastfeeding habits has revealed that she's since been blocked. Writing a post on the website Mumsnet, the woman said she had been asked to babysit the four-year-old son of her parent's friend over the weekend. 2A woman has been blocked after she commented on her family friend's decision to breastfeed her four year oldCredit: Alamy The poster explained that the friend told her she still breastfeeds her son every morning, once at lunch and once before bed. This is because she finds it comforting for her son as well as herself. The friend also said that she has no plans on stopping any time soon and she will breastfeed at the woman's house before she leaves. "He is turning five in a few weeks time, when I told her my family and I thought it was a bit strange to still be breastfeeding at five when he is starting school but that I wouldn't object to her doing so before leaving, she then decided to cancel the babysitting and told...
    Want even more betting news? Sign up for VSiN’s free daily newsletter. Listen Live to VSiN’s sports betting shows. Want even more betting news? Sign up for VSiN’s free daily newsletter. Listen Live to VSiN’s sports betting shows. Football! You remember this sport, don’t you? Well, it’s almost back. This bet is less an opinion on who’s going to win the Week 1 matchup between the Jaguars and Texans in Houston and more an opinion on where I think the line will go. Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson is unlikely to play, but once he’s officially declared out, bettors will react and so will the market, perhaps driving this line north of 3. That is not just a key number in the NFL, it’s the key number. Games land on 3 more than any other number, and banking a 2.5 Jaguars ticket now sets you up to have the best of the number in your pocket come September. It also gives you an opportunity to buy back on the Texans and set yourself up for a chance at a middle....
    Best TV shows with the worst endings European stocks headed for fourth-straight monthly win, but softer Asian data, holidays weigh Nearly two years ago, Coco Gauff became a very famous tennis player when she made the fourth round of Wimbledon at age 15. When she followed it with a third-round showing at the U.S. Open and another fourth round at the 2020 Australian Open, beating Naomi Osaka in the process, it seemed as if the hype train might spin out of control before she was even old enough to join the WTA Tour on a full-time basis.  New Light That Makes Your Garage 10x Brighter Sells Out In 1 Day Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/8 SLIDES © Susan Mullane, USA TODAY Sports May 30: Japan's Naomi Osaka, the No. 2 seed, serves to Patricia Maria Tig of Romania during her 6-4, 7-6 (7-4) first-round win. 2/8 SLIDES © Christophe Ena, AP May 30: Belarus' Victoria Azarenka returns Russia's Svetlana Kuznetsova. Azarenka...