Well most of us think we dont need any more of any of those... just in general.. yep, we feel the enrichment.

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Rob Reiner (Getty Images/Robyn Beck) “Humanity hangs in the balance,” Producer Rob Reiner warned Monday, in his latest tweet attacking President Donald Trump.

Oh fuck off

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Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-MA) said at a press conference that she and three other far-left House representatives are part of a "big" squad.

You are a small squad, against the vast majority of Americans.

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Whats going to be really scary for you cnn cucks ... The Majority agrees with Trump lol

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Butte Falls, OR — An Oregon couple has been told they must destroy a 2-acre pond on their land — the property’s most attractive feature — because the government said so.

Also, according to insurance, that is regulated by the state. Once rain water hits the ground, then flows across the ground. It then becomes ground water. Put an in/out pipe in the pond, or create a simple irrigation, its ground water. According to their own definitions.

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Butte Falls, OR — An Oregon couple has been told they must destroy a 2-acre pond on their land — the property’s most attractive feature — because the government said so.

Or is the government's rain water on their property? Perhaps the government should be paying these citizens a rain water storage fee.

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The former Miss Australian finalist who called an air marshall a 'white trash b***h' and attacked a flight attendant is set to avoid her 21-year prison sentence.

Wait, I thought the headline said there was supposed to be a model...

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Police in Washington state say an armed man was shot and killed early Saturday after trying to attack a local Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detention center.

One less antifa moron

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Debate has raged whether the next 007 should be a woman, or black with Daniel Craig stepping down from the role. Phoebe Waller-Bridge has done both in a modern twist on the script.

And Hollywood is confused on why they are going broke..

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The national restaurant industry is bracing for a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement operation that could round up hundreds of migrant families that have received deportation orders. Restaurant owners and worker advocates hope the operation, planned to start on Sunday, will not disrupt an industry already hurting for staff, or broaden into a wider investigation of employees not on the Trump administration's deportation lists. President Donald Trump announced on Monday that the roundups would move forward despite debate within the administration over the potential humanitarian issues (separating children from their parents) and political fallout (alienating Democrats as Congress debates a $4.6 billion supplemental aid package to deal with the crisis at the border) of the operation to remove up to 2,000 families. News reports later confirmed that the Department of Homeland Security and ICE would proceed with "family op," as the agencies call the plan, in up to 10 major immigrant destinations such as Los Angeles, Houston, Miami and other cities. Restaurant associations and immigrant advocacy groups across the country were sending out mass emails to members and workers this week, alerting them to their rights should ICE agents knock on their doors. The California Restaurant Association, the Illinois Restaurant Association, Restaurant Opportunities Centers United (which advocates for restaurant workers), South Asian Americans Leading Together (which advocates for the rights of South Asians in the United States) and the Restaurant Law Center (the legal affiliate of the National Restaurant Association) were among the groups alerting constituents about the expected ICE actions. Their messages were basically the same: They provided information on what both employees and employers can and cannot do when targeted as part...

So, lots of upcoming potential jobs for Americans?

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