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Exodus: Jews Flee Paris Suburbs over Rising Tide of Anti-Semitism

Members of French Jewish community walk in a street of Paris, Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017. If far-right candidate Marine Le Pen wins the upcoming presidential election, she plans to ban religious symbols from French streets, which would impact on Jews who would no longer be allowed to wear their kippa head-coverings, and Muslims who would no longer be allowed to wear headscarfs in public which may dramatically alter the country's urban landscape. (AP Photo/Jeffrey Schaeffer)
French-Jewish families are being forced from their homes in Paris suburbs on the back of hostility from newly-arrived Middle East refugees, as Europe continues to be convulsed by levels of anti-Semitism not seen since the end of the Second World War.
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Posted: 15-12-17

Canadian Public Broadcaster Refuses To Air Trans-Child Documentary After Leftist Backlash


Canadian public broadcaster CBC has rowed back on showing a BBC documentary about transgender children after claiming the film was not appropriate and citing and negative reaction from audience members.
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Posted: 15-12-17

EU Leaders Approve New Phase in Brexit Talks, Applaud Appeaser Theresa


BRUSSELS (AP) — European Union leaders are set to authorize a new phase in Britain’s departure from the bloc.
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Posted: 15-12-17

Study: Gender Pay Gap Caused By Girls Aspiring to Lower-Paid Jobs

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An important driver behind the so-called gender pay gap is that teenage girls aspire to lower-paid careers than boys, according to a major new study. Analysing data collected from nearly 8,000 teenagers in Britain, researchers at University College London (UCL)’s Institute for Education found that the careers 14-year-old girls highlighted as their ideal future jobs paid 27 per cent or £6.49 less per hour than those chosen by boys of the same age. While both sexes named high-paying careers among their top jobs, researchers found that a significant pay gap between the choices of the two groups remained even after they excluded from calculations the aspirations of boys who wanted to become highly-paid professional sports stars. The jobs most popular amongst teenage girls in the sample were careers in medicine and law, as well as a secondary school teacher, a singer, a vet, a nurse and a midwife. The list for boys included a professional sportsman, a software developer, an engineer, the army, an architect and a secondary school teacher, according to the Telegraph. Appeaser Theresa Tells Small Businesses to Publish ‘Gender Pay Gap’ Data to ‘Improve Workplace Equality’ https://t.co/4b0jDjPYu1 — Breitbart London (@BreitbartLondon) October 28, 2017 Professor Lucinda Platt
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Fake News: CNN’s Jim Acosta Claims ‘1,552 Mass Shootings’ Since Sandy Hook

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On December 14, 2017, CNN's Jim Acosta claimed America has witnessed "1,552 mass shootings" since the heinous attack on Sandy Hook Elementary School.
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Posted: 15-12-17

Palestinians Call Trump ‘America’s Crazy Man’, Compare Him to Lord Balfour

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U.S. President Donald Trump is being compared to the British Lord Balfour – in a non-flattering manner – by Palestinian officials following his recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital last week.
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Posted: 15-12-17

Virgil — The Two Americas: One America Grows and Profits, the Other Shrinks and Dies


The headline in the November 19 Wall Street Journal put the matter plainly: There are “Two Americas.” One America that gains from globalization, and another much larger America that loses from globalization. And as we now know, this cleaving of the nation is not just a matter of economics, it’s also a matter of life and death.
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Posted: 15-12-17

Report: California Has Not Paid $1.2 Billion in Oroville Dam Damage Claims

OROVILLE, CA - FEBRUARY 17: In this handout provided by the California Department of Water Resources (pixel.water.ca.gov), Water continues to move down the damaged spillway at Oroville Dam with an outflow of 80,000 cubic feet per second (cfs) on on February 17, 2017 in Oroville, California. Last weekend overflow waters from the emergency spillway eroded much of the area below the spillway. The California Department of Water Resources continues to examine and repair the erosion with more than 125 construction crews working around the clock, and placing 1,200 tons of material on the spillway per hour using helicopters and heavy construction equipment at the Butte County site. (Photo by Brian Baer/ California Department of Water Resources via Getty Images)
The state of California has not settled any of the $1.2 billion in claims coming from the Oroville Dam crisis, according to a report.
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Fallen Hero: Firefighter Cory Iverson, 32, Dies Battling Thomas Fire in California

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Firefighter Cory Iverson, 32 died Thursday while fighting the deadly Thomas fire, which is raging across Santa Barbara and Ventura counties in Southern California.
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Fashion Notes: Melania Trump Sparkles for White House Christmas Portrait in Custom-Made Delpozo

President Donald J Trump and First Lady Melania Trump pose for an Office Christmas Photo in the White House, Tuesday, December 5, 2017, in Washington, D.C. (Official White House Photo by Andrea Hanks)
First Lady Melania Trump sparkles in the official White House Christmas portrait wearing a custom-made black cocktail dress by Delpozo, one of her favorite fashion houses.
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Posted: 15-12-17