Monthly Archives: December, 2018

New limits on retail sales of dogs, cats and rabbits take effect Jan. 1 in California

Tuesday, California will put a muzzle on the retail sales of dogs, cats and rabbits the byproduct of a new law designed to curtail puppy mills and expand pet protections. The legislation, Assembly Bill 485, says stores can sell the animals only if they come from local rescue groups, shelters and animal control agencies.

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‘Brexit 50-50’ if May’s deal rejected, says Liam Fox

Senior Brexiteer minister Liam Fox says there is a 50-50 chance the UK will not leave the EU on 29 March if MPs reject Theresa May’s Brexit deal next month. The international trade secretary told the Sunday Times it would only be “100% certain” if MPs back the deal.

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Lindsey Graham: ‘Nothing Will Get Out’ of Senate Without Wall Funding

Sunday Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., suggested a compromise that “might save the day” in a partial government shutdown impasse, declaring “nothing will get out of the Senate” without funding for a wall and border security.

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Giuliani suggests Mueller cover-up, charges Dems ‘absolutely’ could have prevented illegal immigrant cop killing

President Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani charged that Democrats had rejected legislation that would have “absolutely prevented” the murder of California police officer Ronil Singh by an illegal immigrant early Wednesday.

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Egypt police ‘kill 40 militants’ in raids after tourist bus blast

In Egypt, police have killed dozens of militants during security raids on their hideouts, the interior ministry has said. The raids killed “40 terrorists” in Giza and North Sinai on Saturday morning, according to a statement from the ministry. It said the militants were planning a series of attacks on tourist sites, churches and military …

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Trump issues executive order freezing federal workers’ pay in 2019

President Donald Trump issued an executive order Friday freezing federal workers’ pay for 2019, following through on a proposal he announced earlier in the year. The move, which nixes a 2.1% across-the-board pay raise that was set to take effect in January, comes as hundreds of thousands of federal employees are expecting to begin the new year …

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New York Town Hosts Toy Gun Exchange for Children

A town in New York held a buyback-style event for children in the area, asking for their toy guns in exchange for a different Christmas gift. Stupid idiot, liberals. Officials in the Long Island town of Hempstead invited children to exchange their imitation firearms for a “safe alternative.”

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French Yellow Vests tried to storm Macron’s lavish medieval fortress

Thursday French Yellow Vest protestors tried to storm a lavish holiday home of President Emmanuel Macron. A group of around 50 Frenchmen fed up with the government led by Macron gathered at the medieval fort of Bregancon off the French Mediterranean coast, staying there until Friday.

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Trump is done with Mueller, won’t provide anymore answers in Russia probe, Giuliani says

President Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani reiterated that President Trump is done with Special Counsel Robert Mueller and won’t provide any additional written answers.

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NY Times reporter spoke at event organized by group behind secret Alabama Senate race disinformation campaign

A new report says that a Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times reporter spoke at a private gathering organized by a group that funded the secret effort to convince voters that the Russian government was supporting Alabama Republican Roy Moore in last year’s Senate election.

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