Donald Trump Says Babies Born in the 9th Month "Is Wrong" and "Has to Change" Because . . . Who Knows, We Give Up
Ready to truly shake your head? President Donald Trump, while speaking at the 45th annual March for Life on Friday, made a remark that required a double-take. In a video taping of the event, Trump clearly states the following: "Right now, in a number of states, the laws allow a baby to be born from his or her mother's womb in the ninth month. It is wrong. It has to change." Come again? Actually, maybe it's better if you hear it for yourself: We know the president and the American people don't see eye to eye on a lot of things, but we really thought full-term pregnancies was something we all agreed was a good thing. The Twitterverse was quick to rationalize that Trump wasn't, in fact, condemning
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The fast-food value wars are heating up again, and McDonald's has introduced a new chicken sandwich on its $1 $2 $3 menu. It's almost a carbon copy of Chick-fil-A's classic chicken sandwich. But - surprise - it's just not as good as the original. McDonald's new value menu has reignited the fast-food wars, but there's yet another battle brewing because of it. On the three-dollar tier of the menu sits the new Classic Chicken Sandwich, which almost anyone can see is a direct stab at Chick-fil-A's classic chicken sandwich. Fried chicken and pickles on a bun: a simple and iconic item that the Southern chicken chain has mastered, and that other chains constantly try to replicate with the same level
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Raisman, 23, appeared in Ingram County Circuit Court in Lansing and took a seat in the courtroom gallery next to Jordyn Wieber, her teammate on the "Fierce Five" USA gymnastics squad that won the gold medal at the 2012 Olympics in London. The two-time Olympian and captain of the 2012 women's Olympic gymnastics team spoke on the fourth day of Nassar's sentencing hearing.
The mother of a University of Alabama student who received national scorn for her racist rants on video said she agreed with the school’s decision to expel her daughter.
Watching Pig Rush to Save Friend On Slaughter Block Will Change How You See These Animals Completely (VIDEO)
Pigs are remarkably intelligent and emotional creatures who form sincere social bonds. Their mental capacity is so advanced that they are often said to have the intelligence comparable to that of a three-year-old human. Scientists have stated that pigs have the emotional ability to empathize, and videos of pigs comforting each other in times of distress, such as on a factory farm or slaughterhouse truck, prove that pigs are far more advanced and complex than most people perceive them to be. In the above video, we see further proof that pigs are intelligent and empathetic with meaningful social bonds. We witness the disturbing scene from a pig slaughter operation, and as one pig struggles against
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The teens had killed five deer, police said. But deer weren’t what they were really hunting. When a sheriff’s deputy in Klickitat County, Wash., detained three teenagers for having a loaded rifle in their vehicle on Jan. 15, the deputy at first had planned to let them off with a warning, police said. But then the deputy realized none of the teens was licensed to drive the vehicle they were in, according to state fish and wildlife police. The loaded rifle wasn’t the only suspicious thing in the car, either: There was deer hair and fresh blood as well, police said. Once police saw the blood and hair, the deputy and fish and wildlife police started searching the surrounding area. What they found
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A man in Canada and local police had a good laugh after the Montreal resident fooled officers with a full-size car made entirely of snow. According to CBS affiliate WGCL-TV, Simon Laprise sculpted a life-size model of a DeLorean DMC-12 in the middle of a local snow removal zone. The "car," made famous by the "Back to the Future" movie franchise, drew the attention of one police officer who was so fooled by Laprise's snow work he called for a second patrol car to check out the DeLorean. CBS Los Angeles writes that after the officers realized there was no car under the snow pile, Laprise was given a fake parking ticket that read, "You made our night hahahahaha :)" The 33-year-old machinist's prank