MSNBC Analysts Smears Conservatives as Racist for Caring About Food Stamp Fraud

MSNBC’s Ari Melber was up in arms Wednesday night, as he filled in on The Rachel Maddow Show, at Fox News for daring to report that food stamp fraud was up to roughly $70 million in 2016. But the outrage at Fox gave way to outrage at the white working class for falling for the racist “dog whistle” of caring about said fraud. “Why is this all coming up again now,” he inquired to his radical leftist guest Joan Walsh from The Nation.






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Texas lawmaker hopes to end ‘no-fault’ divorces

(KXAN) The Center for Disease Control says three out of every seven marriages in Texas end in divorce. A Fort Worth representative says it’s too easy for people to get divorced and wants to change state law to make it harder. Currently, fault-based divorces in Texas must fall into one of six categories: adultery, cruelty, […]






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After 500 years, Norway divorces Protestant church

(International Business Times) Norway is asking for a divorce from its biggest, most important church. The Church of Norway and the Norwegian government will formally become separated on Jan. 1 after nearly 500 years. Norway seeks to formalize a separation of church and state ordered by parliament eight years ago. Under the new law, Norway’s […]






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Ex-CIA operative: Showing hacking evidence puts lives at risk

(International Business Times) A former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) operative has spoken out about the complex dangers of declassifying secret information detailing how Russian state-sponsored hackers allegedly helped to influence the outcome of the 2016 US presidential election. Steven L Hall, a 30-year veteran of the clandestine agency, who retired in 2015, warned it would […]






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Palestinian official rejects Kerry peace plan

(Hamodia) Israel was not alone in criticizing Secretary of State John Kerry’s speech on Wednesday. PLO Executive Committee member Mustafa Barghouti issued a three-point rejection of Kerry’s six-point peace plan, indicating how far from compromise the Palestinian leadership remains on the core issues. Although Barghouti, unlike Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, accepted Kerry’s focus on […]






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