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  • Soulja Boy Reportedly Kicks Friends out of Home After Release From Jail

    Sources describe Soulja's three-month stint behind bars as an "eye-opening" experience.

  • Voice Of America Ignores Reasons For Trump’s Criticism Of Rep. Ilhan Omar

    Ilhan Omar, but failed to include most of the reasons for the criticism.VOA wrote “Trump has found his latest target for acerbic ridicule - a hijab-wearing Muslim newcomer to Congress named Ilhan Omar.”The news agency mentioned briefly only two instances of Omar’s anti-Semitic remarks, referring to one as playing “off tropes questioning the influence of Jewish money in American politics.”Trump began tweeting Sunday about how the “‘Progressive’ Democrat Congresswomen…should go back and help fix the totally broken and crime infested places from which they came. Then come back and show us how it’s done.”The tweets were likely aimed at Democratic Reps. Omar, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York, Ayanna Pressley of Massachusetts and Rashida Tlaib of Michigan.The article explains how Omar is a refugee from Somalia who has worked her way up to become “the first Somali-American Muslim legislator in U.S. history.” It also stated that Trump “vilified” Omar and three other congresswomen after he tweeted suggesting they “go back” to their home countries.The article briefly mentions that Omar apologized to some Jewish communities after backlash from both Democrats and Republicans, and that the House of Representatives approved resolutions to “indirectly rebuke Omar.”VOA’s article avoids giving most of the reasons for Trump’s criticism of Omar, but details the aggressive commentary used by Trump in his attacks against her and other congresswomen.Omar has made several anti-Semitic and anti-Israel comments, almost all of which were not reported by VOA in the article.

  • Missing 2-year-old Minnesota boy drove himself to county fair on toy tractor

    A 2-year-old Minnesota boy who was reported missing was quickly found at a county fair ⁠- after making the trek in on his toy tractor, his family said Saturday. Little Kenneth was riding around in his yard on his John Deere tractor Thursday night when he remembered that the Chisago County Fair was just a mere two blocks away, his mom, Lynn Allen, told ABC News.

  • Military studies 'hyperfit' women who pass grueling courses

    In the nearly four years since the Pentagon announced it was opening all combat jobs to women , at least 30 have earned the Army Ranger tab, two have graduated Marine infantry school and three have passed the grueling initial assessment phase for Green Beret training. Army medical researchers hope to uncover answers in a just-launched voluntary study. "We're really interested in those elite women that are the first to make it through physically demanding training," said Holly McClung, a nutritional physiologist at the Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine in Massachusetts.

  • Baby born on 7-Eleven Day at 7:11 p.m., weighs 7 lbs., 11 oz., gets 7-Eleven college fund

    It's stranger than fiction: A baby girl in St. Louis was born on 7-Eleven Day at 7:11 p.m., weighing 7 pounds and 11 ounces.

  • Mum asks if she can skip sister's luxury wedding costing £10k per person because she wants to 'save for a house'

    'I didn't even spend that much on my own wedding...'

  • Dear AOC and Bernie Sanders: Socialism Destroyed This Once Rich Country

    Friedrich Hayek famously observed that socialist central planning puts countries on the road to serfdom.The latest dead end on that highway to hell-already littered with the human victims of past failed attempts in places like Cuba and the old Soviet Union-is in Caracas, Venezuela.That is where, last weekend, President Nicolás Maduro and the thousands of Cuban communists who actually run his government took the final step to squash the rights of individual Venezuelan citizens and impose an authoritarian dictatorship.(This first appeared back in 2017.)Hayek could have told us: It is the logical last act in the Venezuelan tragedy that began nearly 20 years ago with the election of Maduro’s mentor (and Fidel Castro’s protégé), Hugo Chavez.As The Economist magazine reported earlier this year, the damage in Venezuela is extensive.The economy has contracted dramatically-gross domestic product in 2017 will be nearly 25 percent smaller than when Chavez died in 2013. Hyperinflation-and the complete economic collapse it signals-seems to be just around the corner.Inflation is predicted to exceed 1,600 percent this year and the value of the country’s currency-the bolivar-has plummeted. As wags on Twitter have noted, it is now worth less than the virtual gold tokens in the “World of Warcraft” video game.Which would be funny, were it not for the immense human suffering right now in Venezuela. People are losing weight because there is not enough to eat in this workers’ paradise.There are shortages of everything, everywhere. Just like in the old Soviet Union, people line up at the first rumor that some basic item-bread, rice, cooking oil, etc.-might be available.