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Mark Zuckerberg runs a nation-state, and he’s the king

“In a lot of ways Facebook is more like a government than a traditional company,” Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has said.

He elaborated on this claim in a recent interview with Vox’s Ezra Klein. After noting that the Facebook community consists of more than 2 billion people around the world, he wondered if executives “sitting in an office here in California” were the right people to be making decisions for a constituency of that size. He asked, “How can you set up a more democratic or community-oriented process that reflects the values of people around the world?”

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Woke cannibalism: Trans model gets fired for making ‘transphobic’ comments

A high-fashion model came out as a transgender last week after allegedly being fired by her agency for criticizing trans women.

Carissa Pinkston, 20, eventually apologized for several “transphobic” posts shared in June to her more than 35,000 followers on Instagram.

“Trans women will never know the pain of menstrual pain, pregnancy, etc. women have to be distinguished,” Pinkston said in one of the controversial posts. In another, she averred that “being Transgender does NOT make you a woman. It makes you simply a transgender.”

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“The DCCC is in complete chaos.” Top DCCC staffer out amid diversity uproar

The DCCC is now in complete chaos,” Gonzalez and Vela said in their statement. “The single most immediate action that Cheri Bustos can take to restore confidence in the organization and to promote diversity is to appoint a qualified person of color, of which there are many, as executive director at once. We find the silence of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus on this issue to be deafening.”

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Dan Coats out. Trump picks Rep. John Ratcliffe for Director of National Intelligence

President Trump on Sunday announced that Texas GOP Rep. John Ratcliffe, a staunch White House ally, will replace Dan Coats as director of national intelligence (DNI), following months of speculation and public spats between the president and the intelligence community.

The move prompted immediate outrage from many top Democrats who accused the president of seeking to appoint a blindly loyal yes-man to the key post.

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Anarchy: Protestors stop ICE from apprehending a criminal alien

One protester who helped form the human chain around the car told the local ABC affiliate, “I could see if these people were bad criminals, but they’re not. They’re just trying to provide for their kids.”

There’s just one problem. The individual was indeed a criminal alien with a final deportation order who has remained an ICE fugitive for nearly a decade. An ICE official confirmed the man’s identity to CR so that CR could locate his criminal history.

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California begins removing 5 million inactive voters

Inactive registrations, for the most part, occur when voters move to another country or state or pass away but remain on the rolls. The lawsuit alleged that Los Angeles County, with its more than 10 million residents, has more voter registrations than it has citizens old enough to register, with a registration rate of 112% of its adult citizen population.

The entire state had a registration rate of 101% of age-eligible citizens, the lawsuit said, citing U.S. Election Assistance Commission data.

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Moderate Democrats turned off by Party’s open borders agenda

The latest NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist Poll finds that a plurality of 47 percent of moderate Democrat voters say providing free health care to illegal aliens is a “bad idea” as opposed to 43 percent who say it is a “good idea.”

For voters who describe themselves as “moderates,” a majority of 56 percent called free health care for illegal aliens a bad idea, and only about 37 percent said it is a good idea.

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