Gab, a free speech competitor to Twitter, was banned from the Google Play store Thursday after the social network startup had already raised over $1 million in investments. [READ MORE HERE]
Missouri State Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal, a Democrat, posted on her Facebook on Thursday, “I hope Trump is assassinated!” in response to a post by someone who said their cousin is on President Donald Trump’s Secret Service detail. [READ MORE HERE]
CNN’s Chief National Security Correspondent Jim Sciutto embarrassed himself on Twitter Thursday afternoon, after he insisted on including this weekend’s murder in Charlottesville, Virginia, in a list of European terror attacks. [READ MORE HERE]
The stock market is not going to crash if Gary Cohn abandons his White House post. [READ MORE HERE]
A ninety-year-old bust of Abraham Lincoln, our sixteenth president, was destroyed in a South Side Chicago neighborhood overnight on Wednesday. [READ MORE HERE]
Marrone: Jaguars’ starting QB race now open [READ MORE HERE]
(Sacramento Bee) First there was Calexit. Then came Calexit II.
On Thursday, people unhappy with California’s place in the United States filed yet another proposed ballot measure that could lead to the Golden State striking out on its own.
This time, the goal is convening a U.S. constitutional convention to overhaul what proponents call a moldy national blueprint out of step with life in California.
The measure says a reworked Constitution should include a provision creating a “clear and reasonable path for states to achieve complete independence from the United States should any state so choose.” No state has become independent under the [READ MORE HERE]
One Nation party leader Pauline Hanson has shocked the Senate by walking into the chamber wearing a burqa.
The Queensland Senator, who has been outspoken about her opposition to the burqa, was pictured in the Islamic garb when she appeared at Parliamentary Question Time on Thursday afternoon.
Standing to address the Senate, Ms Hanson called for the Government to ban ‘oppressive’ full-face coverings.
She pulled the stunt ahead of a debate on full-face coverings in public.
‘I’m quite happy to remove this, because [READ MORE HERE]