The Supreme Court is hearing a discrimination case where a Colorado bakery refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple. The bakery says it would violate their religious beliefs. The couple says they are being discriminated against.
It's an interesting case that has sparked a lot of debate and really raises some interesting questions. What do you think? Do you think the bakery should have made the cake? Should the bakery be forced to make the cake? Should the gay couple have simply gone somewhere else?
CNN Botches Major ‘Bombshell’ Alleging Contacts Between Don Jr. And WikiLeaks
CNN misreported certain key details of an offer made to Donald Trump Jr. regarding Wikileaks documents. Basically the allegation was that documents were being sent directly to Trump people when in fact they weren't. The Trump people received LINKS to Wikileaks documents.
What happened to ISIS? You know ISIS only ever had about 30,000 fighters compared to our military of over a million. How is it that such a small organization was able to wreak such havoc in the world for such a long period of time? How did that happen? What changed that they were able to be stopped so quickly?
There has been a resurgence of talk about the Trump dossier. How often do you hear the word dossier used? How often do you hear it in the media or casual conversation? Never. So, why is it so big now?
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