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    Woman went brain-dead after trying soy-sauce cleanse

    (Insider) Cleanses are nothing new, but one woman’s recent attempt at one is reminding people that they aren’t actually healthy and can have serious consequences. On December 3, YouTuber Chubbyemu, a University of Illinois adjunct medical professsor, shared a video recounting the story of a woman who went brain dead after attempting a cleanse that…

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    Federal judge in Texas strikes down Affordable Care Act

    (NBC News) A federal judge in Texas struck down the Affordable Care Act on Friday night, ruling that former President Barack Obama’s signature domestic legislation has fallen down like a losing game of “Jenga.” U.S. District Judge Reed O’Connor in Fort Worth sided with the argument put forward by a coalition of Republican-leaning states, led…

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    Plan mandates security clearance ‘reciprocity’

    A new plan from Director of National Intelligence Daniel Coats addresses how national security clearances are handled when a person approved by one agency moves to another, reports Joseph Farah’s Bulletin. Security clearances were in the news recently with the Trump administration’s decision to revoke the clearances of Obama administration officials such as former CIA chief…

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    Charlie Daniels: 2nd Amendment allows defense against ‘tyranny’

    The seemingly intransigent sides of the so-called “gun control” debate could find common ground if they understood the issue as a people problem rather than a weapons problem, says country music superstar Charlie Daniels. In his regular online Soap Box commentary, he says there are valid arguments on both sides and the first step is…

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    Weekly Standard shuts it doors for good

    (BizPacReview) After more than two decades, The Weekly Standard will be publishing its last issue and closing its doors this month. Clarity Media Group, which owns the Standard’s publisher, MediaDC, made the expected announcement Friday, noting that the magazine will publish its final issue on December 17, according to CNN. The Weekly Standard’s editor-at-large, Bill…

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    After 20 years, Warren admits she’s not person of color

    (Daily Caller) Democratic Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren admitted on Friday that she is not a person of color, despite recently seeking to prove that she has Native American ancestry. In October, Warren released a DNA test in an attempt to combat President Donald Trump’s many attacks on her alleged Native American ancestry. The test results…

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    Reporters kicked off entire courthouse floor

    (Law & Crime) There were some intriguing happenings Friday at the D.C. Court of Appeals, where reporters were kicked off an entire floor of the courthouse to keep a mystery grand jury appeal case under wraps. Here at Law&Crime we’ve been monitoring the developments of a “mystery appellant” who has apparently been jousting with Special…

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    California Dem lawmaker arrested for child abuse

    (Fresno Bee) An emotional Joaquin Arambula on Wednesday said he spanked his 7-year-old daughter on the buttocks after she “acted out” before the family went to bed in an attempt to discipline her. The Democratic assemblyman’s admission came a day after the Democratic assemblyman was arrested on a misdemeanor child abuse charge from an incident…

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    Johnson & Johnson loses $39.8 billion in market value in 1 day

    (CNBC) Johnson & Johnson lost $39.8 billion in market value Friday after Reuters said the company knew for decades that its baby powder contained asbestos, an allegation the company denied. J&J said the story was “one-sided, false and inflammatory” and an “absurd conspiracy theory,” according to a statement. Thousands of lawsuits have accused J&J’s talc-based…

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    Chicago campaign volunteer shot on Facebook Live

    (NBC News) A campaign volunteer for a Chicago City Council hopeful was shot while recording himself canvassing on Facebook Live, police and the candidate said. The victim — identified by the candidate as Maxwell Little — was shot in the leg by a man wearing a red mask at about 1:46 p.m in the West…

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