• Nine Line Explains | How to change the constitution.
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    Nine Line Explains | How to change the constitution.

    There is a process that is rarely seen, but is so crucial to the American political process. The addition of an amendment to the U S constitution [MUSIC. ] this topic has found itself back into the news these days with the equal rights amendment. And what is the equal rights amendment you ask? Well, I’m here to tell you the equal rights amendment is or was a proposed amendment to the United States constitution designed to guarantee equal legal rights for all American citizens regardless of sex. It seeks to end the legal distinctions between men and women in matters of divorce, property employment, and a slew of other…

  • Necklace worn by Theresa May to delay Brexit vote was gift from Italian designer – News Live
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    Necklace worn by Theresa May to delay Brexit vote was gift from Italian designer – News Live

     The necklace Theresa May wore as she pulled the meaningful Brexit vote was a gift from an Italian jewellery designer also favoured by Bake Off star Prue Leith  Newly released documents reveal the Prime Minister kept a gift of jewellery, part of Mirta Frosini’s ‘BallsMania’ collection  But in order to keep it, Mrs May will have had to pay any value above the limit of £140 required under the Ministerial Code  Bake Off’s Prue Leith is also a fan, and wore a similar necklace during promotional appearances for her most recent book  The figures also reveal the amount spent by Ministers on political advisors has increased  Records show there are…

  • Desperate Theresa May rings Union leaders to gather support for her Brexit deal – News Live
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    Desperate Theresa May rings Union leaders to gather support for her Brexit deal – News Live

    Desperate Theresa May is ringing round top Union leaders including Unite’s Len McCluskey as she tries to gather support for her Brexit deal. The Prime Minister is understood to have spoken to GMB General Secretary Tim Roache as part of the ring around, as well as a representative of the Confederation of British Industry (CBI). Mrs May took the unusual step after the Mirror revealed she was hoping to win the support of Labour MPs for her Brexit deal by backing key guarantees on workers’ and environmental rights. The Government is likely to support an amendment put down by Labour MPs who could be open to backing her in the…

  • Jean-Claude Juncker calls for divine intervention as the Brexit clock ticks down – News Live
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    Jean-Claude Juncker calls for divine intervention as the Brexit clock ticks down – News Live

     Brussels has asked for divine intervention as the clock ticks down to Britain’s EU withdrawal   Theresa May meets EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker for dinner on Wednesday, 24 hours after he claimed the process of the UK leaving the bloc was in God’s hands   “When it comes to Brexit , it is like being before the courts or on the high seas – we are in God’s hands, and we can never quite be sure when God will take the matter in hand,” Mr Juncker told German newspaper Stuttgarter Zeitung  Mrs May jets to Brussels for talks with Mr Juncker after her weekly Commons grilling from MPs at…

  • Brexit: Price rises warning after chancellor vows EU rules divergence
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    Brexit: Price rises warning after chancellor vows EU rules divergence

    for being aware in the instant from this and other information don’t forget to subscribe to our Channel businesses have warned that food prices may rise and jobs may be affected after the Chancellor vowed to end alignment with EU rules after brexit Sajid Javid told the Financial Times the UK would not be of Rula taker after brexit urging businesses to adjust the food and drink Federation said the proposals were likely to cause food prices to rise at the end of this year the Confederation of British industry said for many firms keeping existing EU rules would support jobs the automotive food and drink and pharmaceutical industries all…

  • Top Dem Asks FBI to Deny Info on Alexandra Chalupa Requested by GOP Senators
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    Top Dem Asks FBI to Deny Info on Alexandra Chalupa Requested by GOP Senators

    According to a new report from the DailyBeast, Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) a top member of the Senate Finance Committee has sent a letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray and AG Bill Barr asking them to reject a request from Chuck Grassley and Ron Johnson for materials on Alexandra Chalupa, a former DNC consultant. Per Heavy, Alexandra Chalupa is a former Democratic National Committee contractor and staffer who calls herself a “human rights hobbyist” and runs a Washington D.C. political consulting firm. Chalupa is Ukrainian-American. Her investigations, focusing on former Donald Trump Campaign Chairman Paul Manafort and Trump’s ties to Russia during the 2016 presidential election, have provoked controversy. “Chalupa’s…

  • West Virginia Plans To Accept Virginia Counties That Secede Over Tyrannical Gun Control Laws
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    West Virginia Plans To Accept Virginia Counties That Secede Over Tyrannical Gun Control Laws

    As the government of Virginia move closer to enacting tyrannical gun confiscation measures, the West Virginia Legislature has introduced a resolution, which, if passed, will grant Constitution-friendly Virginia counties the right to secede and join West Virginia. The legislation, which was introduced Tuesday, is set to provide for an election to be held “for the admission of certain counties and independent cities of the Commonwealth of Virginia to be admitted to the State of West Virginia as constituent counties.” The measure would be enacted under the provisions of Article VI, Section 11 of the Constitution of West Virginia. Many infringements of civil liberties by the government of Richmond are cited…

  • CNN Caves, Agrees To Settle Lawsuit with Nick Sandmann
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    CNN Caves, Agrees To Settle Lawsuit with Nick Sandmann

    CNN just caved and agreed to settle a massive lawsuit brought by Covington Catholic student Nick Sandmann. Attorneys say the money they were looking for is not designed to compensate Nick, but to “deter the defendants” from doing it again. In this case, it will prevent CNN from trashing another innocent person’s reputation out of spite or for cheap politics. No word on how much Nick will get from CNN but his lawyer Lin Wood said he will continue to pursue the other lawsuits he has against other media outlets. Wow, this is big. From Fox19: CNN agreed Tuesday to settle a lawsuit with Covington Catholic student Nick Sandmann. The…

  • Bill Barr Gets Anti-Trump Leaker To Plead Guilty To Leaking Sensitive Financial Info To Hurt POTUS
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    Bill Barr Gets Anti-Trump Leaker To Plead Guilty To Leaking Sensitive Financial Info To Hurt POTUS

    Bill Barr is done messing around and his rapidly rounding up all the anti-Trump leakers who tried to sabotage Trump’s first term. In this case, he got a guilty plea from the anti-Trump leaker Natalie Mayflower Sours Edwards. Edwards leaked Suspicious Activity Reports to reporters about Paul Manafort, Maria Butina, and a Russian holding company in an effort to damage Trump. This was all happening during the Trump Russia hysteria which turned out to be a dud, but the damage was done and there is nothing Trump can do about it save to win the 2020 election. Really half the country thinks Trump works for Putin because of these BS…

  • Appeals Court Decision Gives Trump Border Wall Project a Big Boost, OK to Use Military Funds for
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    Appeals Court Decision Gives Trump Border Wall Project a Big Boost, OK to Use Military Funds for

    A federal appeals court has put on hold a ruling from a lower court that blocked the Trump administrations use of funds appropriated to the military for the border wall, as Reuters reports: “A U.S. federal appeals court on Wednesday put on hold a lower court ruling that blocked President Donald Trump’s administration from using $3.6 billion in military construction funds to build a wall on the country’s border with Mexico. The New Orleans-based 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals granted a stay pending the Trump administration’s appeal of a Dec. 10 decision by a federal judge that barred the funding transfer. In a 2-1 ruling, the panel noted that…