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Joe Biden bleeding cash, spent nearly $1M on private jets

Joe Biden’s presidential campaign is bleeding cash. And a big reason why appears to be an antiquated, higher-end approach to electoral politics that the former vice president has adopted.

Biden’s team spent more than $923,000 on private jets during the third quarter of 2019, according to recently filed Federal Election Commission data. The expenses, all made to the company EJCR, LLC Dba Advanced Aviation Team, represented a major chunk of change—accounting for roughly one out of every 16 dollars the campaign raised.

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Sports reporter Jason Whitlock breaks rank with SJW colleagues, destroys NBA for a week straight

Fox Sports 1 reporter Jason Whitlock has been on a heater for the past week, dishing out beatdowns to the hypocritical NBA and its players who have kneeled before the brutal communist Chinese regime instead of standing for freedom in Hong Kong.

“NBA has given up on America. NBA business model is based on getting an NFL-like TV contract from China. If that means promoting Marxist ideas and a Communist point of view of America and Western culture, NBA, LeBron and Nike are all in,” he said on Twitter Tuesday.

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LeBron Jame$ is a coward

It’s especially galling to listen to those who peddle hysteria about contemporary American politics pandering to the Chinese commissars. Apparently, those most prone to calling out pretend Hitlers can’t get themselves to say a negative word about real-world Hitlers.

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Sharon Redstone explores plan to launch Fox News rival

In the midst of closing a merger between CBS and Viacom, Shari Redstone is quietly exploring a plan to launch a conservative TV outlet meant to square off with the Fox News Channel, sources tell The Hollywood Reporter.

This Redstone plan for a new TV service also would have a streaming component. THR has learned that Pluto, which Viacom acquired in March for $340 million, is about to launch an as-yet-unannounced streaming conservative news and opinion channel. A source says the idea for that network was in the works before the Pluto acquisition.

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Notre-Dame terrorist plot: Five female jihadis jailed over foiled car bomb attack

Five French women have been sentenced to between five and 30 years in jail for trying to detonate a car bomb near Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris in 2016.
The case is said to be the first to involve a group of women attempting to stage an Islamist attack in France.
They failed to ignite half a dozen gas canisters placed in the vehicle.
Inès Madani, Ornella Gilligmann, Sarah Hervouët, Amel Sakaou and Samia Chalel, now aged between 22 and 42, are all converts to Islam.

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Florida begins arming teachers as other states consider doing the same

Teachers in seven Florida county school districts will soon be locked and loaded thanks to a state law enacted this month that provides schools with the option to allow teachers to carry concealed guns.

The law expands on a safety measure known as the “guardian” program. The program was created in response to the February 2018 Parkland massacre but did not allow teachers to carry guns, in part due to the recommendation of former Gov. Rick Scott. Under the original law, guardians were either non-instructional personnel who volunteered, or employees–such as school resource officers– hired specifically to protect students.

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Fake News: ABC attempts to pass off gun range footage as combat footage in Syria to blame Trump

The anchor accuses Trump of “effectively abandoning America’s allies in the fight against ISIS,” before discussing the video.

“This video right here appearing to show Turkey’s military bombing Kurd civilians in a Syrian border town,” he states before mentioning “horrific reports of atrocities committed by Turkish-backed fighters.”

The chyron accompanying the footage reads “SLAUGHTER IN SYRIA.”

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Target raises wages but reduces hours, leaving many workers wondering how they will pay their bills

Two years ago, Target (TGT) said it would raise its minimum wage to $15 an hour by the end of 2020. The move won praise from labor advocates and put pressure on other companies to also move to $15.

But some store workers say the wage increases are not helping because their hours are falling, making it difficult to keep their health insurance and in some cases to pay their bills.

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