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CELEBRITIES CALL FOR ‘TOTAL HOLLYWOOD STRIKE’ UNTIL TRUMP RESIGNS***

A group of liberal Hollywood celebrities are threatening a “massive, all-round Hollywood strike” unless Donald Trump resigns. Describing Hollywood as “the base of the entire modern American culture“, the group also claims to be speaking on behalf of “all of humanity.” “It’s about time people understood that we’re the ones with the power and that the president is there to serve us, not the other way around“, a spokesperson for the group told The New York Times. “We’re calling for a general strike that would include every single person involved in making motion pictures in Hollywood, starting with the actors and celebrities themselves and encompassing companies in charge of making props, movie memorabilia and even souvenir shops.” Spinzon reports: Rosie...

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THE TRUMP PRESIDENCY IS OVER***

t has taken a good deal longer than it should have, but Americans have now seen the con man behind the curtain.When, in January 2016, I wrote that despite being a lifelong Republican who worked in the previous three GOP administrations, I would never vote for Donald Trump, even though his administration would align much more with my policy views than a Hillary Clinton presidency would, a lot of my Republican friends were befuddled. How could I not vote for a person who checked far more of my policy boxes than his opponent? What I explained then, and what I have said many times since, is that Trump is fundamentally unfit—intellectually, morally, temperamentally, and psychologically—for office. For me, that is...

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LA Sheriff Shuts Down All Gun Stores, Releases 1,700 Inmates

Gun stores are NOW closed again under the order of Sheriff Villanueva unless one is a police officer or a security guard, in which case, FFLs can sell ammo and firearms to that exempted personnel. UPDATE 3/25/20: Sheriff Villanueva has suspended efforts to close gun stores pending a decision from Gov. Newsom: The sheriff for Los Angeles County is making bold moves this week to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, including shutting down all gun stores and releasing inmates from county jails. Sheriff Alex Villanueva indicated that the decision to close FFLs was about public safety and protecting people from themselves. “We will be closing them, they are not an essential function,” Villanueva told FOX 11. “I’m a supporter of the...

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