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Pope Francis Doubles Down: Bishops’ Accusers Are Like Satan, ‘the Great Accuser’

Pope Francis has doubled down in his insistence that accusations and cries for justice and accountability are fruit of a diabolical spirit, saying Thursday that the only legitimate accusation is against oneself.

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Peter Thiel: Groupthink on College Campuses Is a Major Issue

Tech entrepreneur Peter Thiel argued that groupthink is a major issue on college campuses during an interview with Dave Rubin this week.

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Delingpole: Sarah Silverman Critiques Trump’s Climate Policies with Fart Joke

President Donald Trump’s climate policies are a disaster, says Hulu talk show host Sarah Silverman in this fart joke-laden video.

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Norm Macdonald Apologizes for His Apologies: ‘I Did Something Unforgivable’

Thursday on ABC’s “The View,” comedian Norm Macdonald continued his apology tour after his controversial comments about the #MeToo movement, Louis C.K., Chris Hardwick, and Roseanne Barr. Macdonald apologized for saying, “You’d have to have Down Syndrome” to not feel sorry for sexual assault victims during an appearance on “The Howard Stern Show.” Macdonald said, “It’s always bad when you have to apologize for an apology.” He continued, “There’s a word we used to use to mean stupid. I was about to say that word, and then I stopped and thought about what’s the right word to say. I realized at that moment I did something unforgivable.” Macdonald added, “The remark I made about people with Down syndrome was  just a terrible, terrible, terrible thing for me to say.” On Hardwick, Macdonald elaborated,”Print reporters, they ask you questions and they put them all together. What I was talking about was Chris Hardwick, a particular comedian, a friend of mine. You know, if 500 women go against a man, obviously the guy is guilty. But the Chris Hardwick one, it was one woman against one man. So I was saying that I thought it was good that the pendulum has swung

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Trump Wanted to Acknowledge U.S. Forces Killed Russian Mercenaries in Syria; Staff Disagreed

When U.S. forces killed hundreds of Russian mercenaries in self-defense in Syria this year, Trump wanted to acknowledge it immediately.

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Andrew Gillum Encouraged Attendees at CAIR-Hosted Conference Promoting Boycott of Israel

NEW YORK — Florida Democratic Gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum delivered an in person welcome and message of encouragement to attendees an event organized by the controversial Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) that boasted as one of its main two agenda items support for the extremist Boycott, Divest and Sanctions (BDS) movement targeting Israel.

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Watch: Heavy Winds Lash Carolinas as Hurricane Florence Nears Landfall

Heavy winds began lashing the east coast Thursday morning as meteorologists say the leading edge of Florence has arrived in North Carolina, with tropical storm-force winds carrying drenching bands of rainfall onto some beach communities.

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Woodward’s Book Shows Gary Cohn Misused Jobs Data in Monthly Presentations to Trump

The president’s top economic adviser misrepresented economic data about Americans quitting their jobs.

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Leaked Video: Google Executives Admit to Importing 10K Foreign Workers to Take U.S. Jobs

Multinational technology conglomerate Google employs nearly 10,000 foreign workers, importing them to the United States on visas, a newly leaked video obtained by Breitbart News reveals. 

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Pope Francis Doubles Down: Bishops’ Accusers Are Like Satan, ‘the Great Accuser’

Pope Francis has doubled down in his insistence that accusations and cries for justice and accountability are fruit of a diabolical spirit, saying Thursday that the only legitimate accusation is against oneself.

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Peter Thiel: Groupthink on College Campuses Is a Major Issue

Tech entrepreneur Peter Thiel argued that groupthink is a major issue on college campuses during an interview with Dave Rubin this week.

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Delingpole: Sarah Silverman Critiques Trump’s Climate Policies with Fart Joke

President Donald Trump’s climate policies are a disaster, says Hulu talk show host Sarah Silverman in this fart joke-laden video.

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Norm Macdonald Apologizes for His Apologies: ‘I Did Something Unforgivable’

Thursday on ABC’s “The View,” comedian Norm Macdonald continued his apology tour after his controversial comments about the #MeToo movement, Louis C.K., Chris Hardwick, and Roseanne Barr. Macdonald apologized for saying, “You’d have to have Down Syndrome” to not feel sorry for sexual assault victims during an appearance on “The Howard Stern Show.” Macdonald said, “It’s always bad when you have to apologize for an apology.” He continued, “There’s a word we used to use to mean stupid. I was about to say that word, and then I stopped and thought about what’s the right word to say. I realized at that moment I did something unforgivable.” Macdonald added, “The remark I made about people with Down syndrome was  just a terrible, terrible, terrible thing for me to say.” On Hardwick, Macdonald elaborated,”Print reporters, they ask you questions and they put them all together. What I was talking about was Chris Hardwick, a particular comedian, a friend of mine. You know, if 500 women go against a man, obviously the guy is guilty. But the Chris Hardwick one, it was one woman against one man. So I was saying that I thought it was good that the pendulum has swung

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Trump Wanted to Acknowledge U.S. Forces Killed Russian Mercenaries in Syria; Staff Disagreed

When U.S. forces killed hundreds of Russian mercenaries in self-defense in Syria this year, Trump wanted to acknowledge it immediately.

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Andrew Gillum Encouraged Attendees at CAIR-Hosted Conference Promoting Boycott of Israel

NEW YORK — Florida Democratic Gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum delivered an in person welcome and message of encouragement to attendees an event organized by the controversial Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) that boasted as one of its main two agenda items support for the extremist Boycott, Divest and Sanctions (BDS) movement targeting Israel.

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Watch: Heavy Winds Lash Carolinas as Hurricane Florence Nears Landfall

Heavy winds began lashing the east coast Thursday morning as meteorologists say the leading edge of Florence has arrived in North Carolina, with tropical storm-force winds carrying drenching bands of rainfall onto some beach communities.

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Woodward’s Book Shows Gary Cohn Misused Jobs Data in Monthly Presentations to Trump

The president’s top economic adviser misrepresented economic data about Americans quitting their jobs.

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Leaked Video: Google Executives Admit to Importing 10K Foreign Workers to Take U.S. Jobs

Multinational technology conglomerate Google employs nearly 10,000 foreign workers, importing them to the United States on visas, a newly leaked video obtained by Breitbart News reveals. 

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