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Women’s March boots anti-semite Linda Sarsour, keeps pro-Farrakhan Carmen Perez

The Women’s March is cutting ties with three inaugural board members who have been dogged by accusations of anti-Semitism, infighting and financial mismanagement — controversies some say have slowed the organization’s progress and diminished its impact.

Co-Chairs Bob Bland, Tamika Mallory and Linda Sarsour stepped down from the board July 15, though the organization has been slow to announce their departures. The Women’s March website continued to host their photos and titles as co-chairs through this week, when the group announced the board turnover.

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Generation Rx: Children being prescribed off-label meds at increasing rates, study finds

In many ways, this study is incredibly overdue — it is the first in a decade to look at trends among non-hospital doctors prescribing off-label medicine to children. Researchers focused specifically on systemic drugs, or drugs that work throughout the body but also carry a greater chance of toxicity.

According to researchers, many of the off-label drugs being prescribed to children by doctors all over the country haven’t even been properly tested among adolescent populations.

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There’s nothing natural about Socialism

the notion of wealth redistribution is the central tenet of democratic socialism, so these socialists become more concerned about the centrally-planned redistribution of wealth rather than the production of wealth. And this illustrates the main difference between free economies and socialist-planned economies. Socialists want to redistribute wealth in a manner fitting to government planners. But advocates of free choices seek to allow free individuals to distribute resources through the marketplace — where wealth is built in proportion to how much one serves others. The democratic socialists are committed to breaking that naturally-occurring and proportional system through wealth redistribution which is in essence a latent and continuous expropriation of private property.

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Democrats called for Kavanaugh’s impeachment before NY Times issued correction

Multiple Democratic presidential contenders called for the impeachment of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh based on a New York Times story that was later undermined by a major correction.

The New York Times claimed it was revealing a previously unreported alleged sexual assault by Kavanaugh, but in its correction admitted that friends of the woman who was allegedly the victim said she didn’t remember the alleged incident.

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