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  • Petition calls for removal of 2nd-grade teacher after 'absolutely pathetic' comment on student's work goes viral

    The teacher allegedly wrote the comment "absolutely pathetic" in red ink above the assignment, which featured multiple math problems.

  • Jim Carrey Goes Into 'Exorcist' Mode on Trump After Mueller Report Is Released

    Did the power of Christ compel Jim Carrey to create his latest political artwork? Possibly - but it almost certainly seems that Thursday’s release of Special Counsel Mueller’s report was an impetus.And it appears that Carrey might have drawn a bit of inspiration from the 1973 supernatural horror film “The Exorcist” to boot.Actor/artist Carrey unveiled his latest work on Thursday, after Mueller’s report was released.Also Read: Jim Carrey Raises a Stink Over 'the Attorney General's Turds' in Latest ArtworkIn his latest work, Carrey borrowed from the “Exorcist”-ian themes of vomit and head-spinning, depicting Trump in bed with green spew running from his face, and his head turned backwards.In the artwork, Trump is seen declaring, “I’m f-ed,” a phrase that, according to the report, Trump uttered in reaction to Mueller’s appointment in May 2017.In an accompanying message, Carrey also took a shot at Attorney General William Barr.Also Read: Jim Carrey Puts Trump on Ice in Latest Political Cartoon“Its [sic] not illegal for Trump’s head to spin around while he vomits copious amounts of green bile either, but he’s definitely not fit to be President, he’s definitely not exonerated and Barr definitely couldn’t go any lower,” Carrey wrote.A redacted version of Mueller’s investigation report was released to the public Thursday. Although Mueller’s team was unable to establish that the president was guilty of any crimes, it laid out damning evidence that Trump repeatedly committed acts capable of exerting “undue influence” over both the Russian-interference and obstruction investigations.Also Read: Netflix's 'Competitive Moat': Can Streaming Giant Spend Rivals Like Disney and Apple Into Oblivion?See Carrey’s green-hued take on the subject below.Its not illegal for Trump’s head to spin around while he vomits copious amounts of green bile either, but he’s definitely not fit to be President, he’s definitely not exonerated and Barr definitely couldn’t go any lower. pic.twitter.com/whsePW8EC0- Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) April 18, 2019Read original story Jim Carrey Goes Into ‘Exorcist’ Mode on Trump After Mueller Report Is Released At TheWrap

  • Republican rescinds Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's invite to meet coal miners after it completely backfires

    A Republican lawmaker’s invitation for Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to meet with coal miners in his home state of Kentucky backfired completely after the progressive Washington newcomer accepted without hesitation. Ms Ocasio-Cortez, the youngest woman ever elected to serve in the US House of Representatives, has served as a lightning rod across party lines for her Green New Deal resolution, which seeks to provide a comprehensive response to the global threat of climate change. Andy Barr, the Kentucky Republican who initially invited the 29-year-old congresswoman to his state, said at the time that local coal miners would tell her “what the Green New Deal would mean for their families, their paychecks,” while suggesting the resolution could destroy their industry. To his apparent surprise, the first-term Democrat from New York immediately accepted his invitation, saying she would be “happy” to meet the coal miners and noted her resolution provides pension payments for those who have worked in the mining industry. “We want a just transition to make sure we are investing in jobs across those swaths of the country,” she said in her response to Mr Barr’s invitation. Suddenly, that invite appears to include some caveats. In order to accompany her on a trip to meet with local coal miners, Mr Barr demanded an apology from Ms Ocasio-Cortez towards Dan Crenshaw, a Texas Republican she has criticised for sharing a false tweet that claimed Ilhan Omar denied the attacks on September 11, 2001 were an act of terror. Ms Ocasio-Cortez has defended the Minnesota Democrat after conservatives and Donald Trump spread false and misleading information about her. On Wednesday, it did not appear she was about to back down from that position.“Luckily, we still have open borders with Kentucky,” Corbin Trent, a spokesperson for Ms Ocasio-Cortez, told The Courier-Journal. “We don’t need Congressman Barr to meet with coal miners and have a town hall,” he added, “though we’d love his participation if we do.” GOP’s getting scared that up close, their constituents will realize I’m fighting harder for their healthcare than their own Reps 🙂 https://t.co/TVSafpJWEd - Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) April 16, 2019As GQ Magazine reported Wednesday, Kentucky Republicans are now publicly voicing their opposition to Ms Ocasio-Cortez headed to the Bluegrass State. “I think we need to be very prepared when we debate her on issues that we're having a hard time with,” James Comer, a Kentucky Republican, told local news outlets, warning “Republicans are making a mistake picking on her.” Responding to his comments on Twitter, the lawmaker wrote, “GOP’s getting scared that up close, their constituents will realize I’m fighting harder for their healthcare than their own Reps.”

  • Woman claims to spot Jesus in photo of flaming Notre Dame Cathedral roof

    A woman who was reading about the Notre Dame Cathedral fire couldn't believe it when she spotted a figure in a photo of the historic church's flaming roof.

  • Magic Bullet: The AMP Round Will Let U.S. M1 Abrams Tanks Kill Anything

    In a 2016 Army statement on AMP, quoting a senior program manager, describes it impact this way…. "Right now our crews face the dilemma as they go into combat of deciding what rounds to load in the turret and carry in the gun. If they choose wrong, they could have a mismatch between target and ammunition, which will cost them valuable seconds while in enemy contact.”A single emerging US Army Abrams tank round is engineered to attack and destroy enemy tanks, bunkers, concrete walls, light armored vehicles and even small groups of enemy fighters - by enabling crews to instantly adjust its explosive effect within seconds.The Army’s Advanced Multi-Purpose 120 mm ammunition round is being prepared for a far-superior M1A2 SEP v4 Abrams tank variant for the 2020s and beyond - designed to be more lethal, faster, lighter weight, better protected, equipped with new sensors and armed with upgraded, more effective weapons, service officials said.(This article by Kris Osborn originally appeared in DefenseMaven in 2019.) The AMP round, according to Northrop Grumman and Army developers, will replace four tank rounds now in use by consolidating various possible blast effects into a single round, using variable “fuse” adjustments and an advanced Ammunition Data Link.