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Internet rips Roy Moore’s wife for ‘absurd’ claim they’re not anti-Semitic because ‘one of our attorneys is a jew’

On Monday, Kayla Moore—the wife of Republican Alabama Senate candidate and accused child molester Roy Moore—gave a classic (and unbelievably tone-deaf) defense of her and her husband’s support for the Jewish community.

Judge resigns after sending Georgia woman to jail on her wedding anniversary over a traffic ticket

A municipal judge in Decatur, Georgia has resigned after publication of a controversial jail sentence he gave a woman who he claimed lied about a traffic ticket.

Ex-GOP governor stuns with call for Franken to keep job after ‘absence of anything resembling due process’

Former Minnesota Gov. Arne Carlson (R) has called on Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) not to resign his Senate seat over sexual harassment allegations until he can receive “due process” from the Ethics Committee.

Trump furious with Nikki Haley after she says his assault accusers ‘should be heard’: report

According to sources within the White House, President Donald Trump did not react well to news that U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley stood up for sexual assault victims during an interview on CBS on Sunday.

Roy Moore’s wife preempts accusations of anti-Semitism: ‘One of our attorneys is a Jew!’

On the eve of the special election that will decide the fate of Alabama’s open Senate seat, Kayla Moore, the wife of the controversial GOP candidate, decided to “set the record straight” on accusations of anti-Semitism against her husband.

Mueller’s team has interviewed former acting Attorney General Sally Yates: report

Special counsel Robert Mueller has interviewed former acting Attorney General Sally Yates about meeting with White House officials where she expressed concern over Donald Trump’s onetime national security adviser Mike Flynn.

‘Best cable news prop ever’: Internet erupts in laughter after CNN lays out Trump’s Diet Coke problem

On Monday, CNN hosts dedicated a segment to dissecting President Donald Trump’s apparent addiction to Diet Coke featuring a gastroenterologist — and Twitter had a lot to say about it.

Here’s what the Bible actually says about taxing the rich to help the poor

Tax reform in general raises critical issues about whether the government should redistribute income and promote equality in the first place. Jews and Christians look to the Bible for guidance about these questions.

Major donor dumps James O’Keefe after learning of his failure to disclose his criminal record

James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas has just lost a major donor in the wake of revelations that the right-wing dirty trickster failed to disclose his past criminal record.

Charles Barkley warns Alabamans have been ‘brainwashed’ to support Roy Moore ahead of rally for Doug Jones

Basketball legend Charles Barkley is campaigning for Doug Jones, Roy Moore’s Democratic challenger for Alabama’s open Senate seat — and he thinks Alabamans have been duped into supporting the twice-fired former chief justice.

The alt-right tried to make their own Internet after being banned from social media — and failed miserably

After being banned from sites like Twitter, Facebook, GoFundMe and YouTube, alt-righters quested to create their own version of the Internet — but their “alt-tech” sites might not be a great as they’d hoped.

Military officials privately confirmed that Sgt. La David Johnson survived initial ISIS ambush in Niger: report

By chance, a reporter overheard military officials confirm that they believed Sgt. La David Johnson survived the initial ambush in Niger at the heart of a presidential controversy in October — but never released that part of the mysterious story surrounding his death to the public.
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