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Donald Trump scares a sugared little princess

Published in Odd and Fun on 10th November 2017

Meeting a presidential campaigner is the opportunity of a lifetime unless you’re the Princess of Flint. On Wednesday, Donald Trump made a trip to Flint, Michigan, where he met 9-year-old Amariyanna Copeny, otherwise known as Little Miss Flint. Copeny came out to salute the candidate at Bethel United Methodist Church, and immediately panicked for her […]

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How gun control proposes could break-dance the NRA’s blockade

Published in Odd and Fun on 8th November 2017

( CNN) Since early in Bill Clinton’s first term as president, the National Rifle Association and its judicial friends have effectively stymied meaningful federal gun control legislation. With Republicans skeptical of limiting access to firearms now viewing the White House and both assemblies of Congress, Washington in the near future is unlikely to approve anything […]

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The Donald Trump-Rosie O’Donnell feud: A timeline

Published in Odd and Fun on 6th November 2017

Washington( CNN) President Donald Trump once again took to Twitter Thursday to troll his favorite arch-nemesis — Rosie O’Donnell — as his government faces an intensifying political firestorm over the firing of FBI Director James Comey. “We eventually agree on something Rosie, ” Trump tweeted, along with a link to a December 2016 O’Donnell tweet […]

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Is Clinton winning over Obama’s coalition?

Published in Odd and Fun on 29th October 2017

( CNN) Hillary Clinton had a question for the energetic, young and diverse gang she saluted at a North Carolina rally Tuesday: “Did anybody should be noted that dialogue last night? “ “Wow, ” she said.

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Liar, liar: in a post-truth world, columnists reveal their biggest fib

Published in Odd and Fun on 23rd October 2017

The Oxford Dictionary has declared post-truth its term of its first year. But is it always wrong to lie? Not only had I never done any form of martial art in my entire life, but I couldnt even do any rehearsal When I was 21, I lived in Hong Kong, having descended out of university […]

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Colm Toibin, Anne Enright, Roddy Doyle … the Easter Rising 100 times on

Published in Odd and Fun on 22nd October 2017

A grandfather with a rifle for the purposes of the floorboards, a grandmother whose hero was Patrick Pearce and playing Insurrection in the playground Irish scribes reflect on what the 1916 resistance has meant for them and their country Colm Tibn In the early hours of the Thursday of Easter week 1916 my grandpa came […]

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North Korea Menaces to Use Nuclear Weapon to Sink Japan

Published in Odd and Fun on 5th October 2017

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson pressed China to cut oil exportations in an attempt to poke North koreans toward talks after Kim Jong Un’s regime threatened to sink Japan “into the sea” with a nuclear strike and revolve the U.S. into” ashes and darkness” for agreeing to the latest UN sanctions. The sanctions voted […]

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New Clinton ad shows girls seeming in reflect as Trump reviles wives

Published in Odd and Fun on 31st July 2017

( CNN) Hillary Clinton’s campaign has a question for voters: Is Donald Trump the president we want for our daughters? The Clinton campaign will begin airing a new ad Friday that intercuts Trump reviling women with films of young girls gazing in the mirror.

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Muslim Americans: Current political climate worse than after 9/11

Published in Odd and Fun on 20th July 2017

( CNN) It was never this bad , not even after 9/11. That’s what many Muslims and Arab-Americans are answering about the tenor of mentions make use of presidential candidates on down to local officials about how to treat members of their community in the aftermath of ISI’S rampage in Paris last Friday. Over the […]

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May chooses contrite style after Tory MPs vent anger over poll

Published in Odd and Fun on 12th July 2017

Prime minister apologises to Tories “whos lost” sits and reaffirms top cabinet posts in DUP-backed minority government A chastened Theresa May has apologised to her party peers, after squandering the Conservatives majority with an ill-fated snarl general election, pushing her to turn to Northern Irelands Democratic Unionist party for backing. A surge in support for […]

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