Monthly Archives: October 2021

Congress Must Act, Virginia Democrats Must Vote

Two teenagers enter a high school class during the change of period. As the teacher yells at them, they tear a pride flag from a wall and then sprint into a crowded room. They pass the professor and disappear. Shortly after, several students film themselves rushing into a school toilet …

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Grassley-backed police bills pass Congress

WASHINGTON – Three pro-police bills backed by Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), a leading member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, were passed today by the House of Representatives. The bills were initially passed by the Senate Judiciary Committee in May during National Police Week and were approved by the Senate shortly …

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Ultimate Surfer finalist Koa Smith sets out on the scorched earth campaign to win the World Surf League wildcards recently released by Zeke Lau of Hawaii! “Let’s storm the WSL! “

Everyone is a stage. It was barely three weeks ago that I realized that I had fallen into a quagmire of mental and physical inertia and intended to struggle again towards greatness. The momentum? Watching my young daughter toil under the heavy yoke of classical ballet, the greatest art form …

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OLB Group Announces Launch of 5 Bitcoin Data Centers with 500 Additional Asic Antminer S19j Pro Cryptocurrency Miners | National company

NEW YORK – (BUSINESS WIRE) – October 26, 2021– The OLB Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: OLB), a diversified e-commerce merchant services provider and Bitcoin mining company, today announced that DMint, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of OLB (“DMint”), has expanded its Bitcoin mining operations with the addition of five hundred (500) …

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Republican Ernest Bailes announces re-election campaign

SHEPHERD, TX – Today State Representative Ernest Bailes (R-Shepherd) announced his campaign for re-election to the Texas House of Representatives. As of 2017, Bailes has represented the residents of House District 18, an area of ​​southeastern Texas that includes Liberty and San Jacinto counties. Hardin County and part of Montgomery …

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Congress Seeking NFL Documents |

A congressional committee is seeking documents and information from the NFL regarding the investigation into the Washington football team and how the league handled it. The House Committee on Oversight and Reform sent a letter to Commissioner Roger Goodell requesting by November 4 all documents and communications regarding the workplace …

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Anti-Israel protest against Google and Amazon accused of BDS ‘astroturf’ campaign

Pro-Israel activists and independent researchers claim that an “astroturf” campaign by anti-Israel organizations is behind public opposition by Google and Amazon employees to their companies’ involvement in the campaign. the Israeli Nimbus IT infrastructure project. On October 12, The Guardian published an anonymous letter ostensibly signed by 390 Google and …

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Fake News Legislation Criminalizes Activists

ON September 30, 2021 in Cambodia, journalist Youn Chhiv was sentenced to one year in prison and fined 2 million riel ($ 500) for inciting violence, after reporting on the eviction of villagers and destruction of their property on state land. complaints. No judicial investigation was carried out before the …

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Pass Jennifer’s Law: Supporters Encourage Awareness of New Law

Before Jennifer Dulos became a household name and before state police determined that her husband, Fotis, clubbed her to death in his garage, there was another Jennifer who would suffer the same fate. In 2007, Jennifer Magnano was shot and killed in front of her children by her abusive husband …

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One Heritage Group plc: Annual results for -15-

In preparing these financial statements, the Company applies the recognition, measurement and disclosure requirements of international accounting standards in accordance with the requirements of the Companies Act 2006 (“adopted IFRS”), but makes changes if necessary in order to comply with the Companies Act of 2006. and has indicated below where …

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González’s fundraising ‘reform’ advice for his campaign

Seattle City Council President Lorena González’s mayoral campaign is reaping substantial benefits from a funding loophole the council passed in early 2020. González herself drafted the ordinance, which restricts corporate contributions to the city’s political races for being “influenced from abroad” while giving a free hand to distant union interests. …

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School board member wants Anchorage school board to condemn national group over stance on “parents as terrorists”

The National School Boards Association is a federation of state associations of school boards across the United States. Almost all school boards across the country are dues-paying members. Some school boards are disconnecting from the mothership, after the national group infers that parent activists are national terrorists and need the …

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OLB Group Announces Launch of Bitcoin Mining Operation with First 100 Asic Antminer S19j Pro Cryptocurrency Miners in Zero Carbon Data Center

NEW YORK–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) –The OLB Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: OLB), a diversified e-commerce merchant services provider and Bitcoin mining company, today announced that DMint, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of OLB (“DMint”), has launched Bitcoin mining with its first hundred (100) Antminer S19j Pro Cryptocurrency Mining Computers. DMint plans to have a …

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Fixing Congress requires fixing the way it legislates

How should Congress work? If you ask the average American this question, the answer would look like this: Lawmakers are elected to represent states and districts across the country. These elected officials have different ideas about what the government should do. Any of them can introduce a bill, then Congress …

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QAnon’s Ron Watkins says he’s running for Congress

Right-wing and online conspiracy theorist Ron Watkins filed the necessary documents and on Thursday announced his intention to run for Congress in Arizona state in 2023. Watkins, one of the many conservative D-List celebrities who thrived on the sidelines of MAGA throughout Trump’s presidency and subsequent downfall, is posing as …

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McManus: Congress, make Facebook safer

Doyle McManus is a Washington columnist for the Los Angeles Times and director of the journalism program at Georgetown University. Photo Facebook critics have long argued that the social media giant is bad for consumers, bad for children, and bad for the country – a serial abuser of its users’ …

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Grassley, Klobuchar and their colleagues will introduce bipartisan legislation to harness big tech

WASHINGTON – Senators Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) and Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) Announced today that they will introduce bipartisan legislation to restore online competition by establishing common sense rules for dominant digital platforms to prevent them from abusing their market power to harm competition, online businesses and consumers. “While Big Tech has …

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Daily News: Precious Lee and Meadow Walker ahead of Zara’s new campaign, home with Martha Hunt, Sephora’s new speedy serve, and more!

Read today’s dose of chic info here … Zara’s new Studio collection is here, with a campaign eyed by Steven Meisel Street hero Zara’s new biennial Studio collection has arrived, accompanied by a glossy campaign featuring a cast of star models. Precious Lee, Rianne Van Rompaey, Meadow Walker, Raquel Zimmerman, …

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Congress, here are three ways to act on Facebook

Facebook critics have long argued that the social media giant is bad for consumers, bad for children, and bad for the country – a serial abuse of its users’ privacy, a misinformation amplifier, and far too much of a tool. practice to turn Americans against another. It turns out they …

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The pro-life campaign runs until October

The 40 Days for Life initiative’s fall campaign kicked off last month with a rally outside the Falls Church Healthcare Center that drew 40 people. Father Paul D. Scalia, pastor of the nearby St. James Church, drew a biblical parallel between the pro-life campaign and the 40 days of Christ …

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John Eastman: Group urges California bar to investigate pro-Trump lawyer who tried to convince Pence to call off election

In a letter sent Monday by more than two dozen people – including a former chairman of the State Bar of California, two former federal judges and a host of other former state officials and experts from across the United States – to George Cardona , which oversees disciplinary matters …

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