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    • White House asks Supreme Court to allow full travel ban
      The White House asked the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday to allow President Donald Trump's latest travel ban to take full effect after an appeals court in California ruled last week that only parts of it could be enacted.

      A three-judge panel of the San Francisco-based 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Nov. 13 partially granted a Trump administration request to block at least temporarily a judge's ruling that had put the new ban on hold. It ruled the government could bar entry of people from six Muslim-majority countries with no connections to the United States.

      Trump's ban was announced on Sept. 24 and replaced two previous versions that had been impeded by federal courts.

      The administration's appeal to the top U.S. court argued that the latest travel ban differed from the previous orders "both in process and in substance" and that the differences showed it "is based on national-security and foreign-affairs objectives, not religious animus."

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    • Bald eagle getting a head start on his deer season
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      Believe it or not, a couple of years ago I saw one swooping above the Van Wyck Expressway in Queens. I have no idea WTF he was doing there, but there he was. We sometimes see red-tailed hawks and kestrels here too. I spotted a couple of ospreys in Jamaica Bay earlier this year.
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    • Starting today, LOL
      No more pesky regged people on MY board.

      All regged threads are X'ed

      Regged people are morons anyway
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    • Sorry, niggors: Skull found in China shoots the "Out of Apefreaka" theory full of holes.
      A skull found in China could re-write our entire understanding of human evolution.

      That's according to scientists who have examined the important, ancient head and say that it proves the existing theory of how humans came to be is wrong.

      Most anthropologists believe that our species came about in Africa around 200,000 years ago - and that one group left around 80,000 years later before spreading across the world. But instead of humans purely coming out of Africa, the new research suggests that important characteristics of humans actually developed in east Asia.

      In fact there might have been times of intense intermingling as those early humans in Asia moved out of and back into Africa, with no single event when modern humans came into being. That means that modern humans are made up of the DNA of ancestors from both Asia and Africa, if the researchers are correct.

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    • Congress cant stop Trump from picking Census chief who believes competitive elections are bad for America
      The Trump administration appears likely to name Thomas Brunell, a political science professor who believes "competitive elections are bad for America," to oversee the U.S. Census Bureau.

      The University of Texas at Dallas professor has testified more than half a dozen times in favor of Republican efforts to redraw congressional districts — which always seem to target likely Democratic voters, reported Politico.

      That would put Brunell — who has no government experience — in position to oversee the 2020 Census, which determines whether states gain or lose electoral voters and seats in the House of Representatives.

      The top operational job has traditionally gone to career public servants with a background in statistics, and Congress would have no power to block him.

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    • Suspect in custody in fatal Pennsylvania police shooting
      The suspect in the fatal shooting last week of a Pennsylvania police officer who had been less than a year on the job is in custody after a massive manhunt, authorities said on Tuesday.

      Police had been searching for Rahmeal Sal Holt, 29, since New Kensington Police Officer Brian Shaw was gunned down late on Friday after a traffic stop and foot chase in the small town about 20 miles northeast of Pittsburgh.

      Pennsylvania State Police said on Twitter that Holt was in custody and thanked area residents for providing help in the case. The alleged driver in the traffic stop was arrested on Sunday.

      The statement gave no details about Holt's arrest, but the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review said a SWAT team took him into custody in Pittsburgh.

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    • Did PBS's Charlie Rose grope McNeil? Lehrer? Neil de Grasse Tyson?
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      So it was consensual. Women traded a few gropes for a job. That's not rape; it's prostitution. Yes, Rose ought to be drummed out of the business, but the same should be done with the young whores who vaulted past talented landwhales and brainiacs to prostitute themselves into the jobs.
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    • What our Democrat controlled MSM isn't telling you Trump has already been cleared in the Russian collusion scam.
      The MSM sucks. They try to keep the false meme that hacking emails that only revealed truth is somehow "hacking the election."

      The MSM also doesn't report that it wasn't 17 spy agencies that said it was muh Russians but only 3 obama drone filled ones and it was based on what Crowdstrike said. Crowdstrike was the company hired by democrats to say it was muh Russians.

      The democrats refused to let the FBI, CIA and NSA examine their servers and they hired a company to say what they wanted them to say.

      Democrats and MSM also want to say talking to Russians by the Trump team is a crime even though it appears democrats set up the meetings to begin with.

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    • 'My microwave's name is Kellyanne': MSNBC's Mika mocks Conway's paranoid claims
      MSNBC's Mika Brzezinski mocked Kellyanne Conway's weird claim about microwave ovens in a quick quip at the end of a segment with the president's feud with a basketball player's dad.

      President Donald Trump and LaVar Ball, the father of UCLA player LiAngelo Ball, have engaged in trading insults since the weekend, after the president complained three black players had been insufficiently grateful for helping to secure their release from China on shoplifting charges.

      The "Morning Joe" hosts discussed Ball's combative appearance Monday night on CNN, where he demanded host Chris Cuomo thank him and wished Trump happy Thanksgiving.

      "He's handing LaVar Ball what he wants on a silver platter," said co-host Willie Geist of the famously self-promoting basketball father. "Ball was on TV last night in a crazy interview. He's getting what he wants and moving merchandise."

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    • Allahu akhbar dindu nuffins
      He good boy

      http://www.bbc.com/news/av/world-42027317/new-york-terror-suspect-sayfullo-saipov-defended-by-mother
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