The Spooky Book Each Zodiac Should Read On October 31

Holly Riordan Holly is the author of Severe(d): A Creepy Poetry Collection. Sponsored by Amazon Studios Now Streaming Homecoming Sponsored 3 Creepy Government Conspiracies That Will Make You Buy A Cabin In The Woods Original Article : HERE ; This post was curated & posted using : RealSpecific

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Nick Cannon Responds To Kanye West’s Social Media Rant:’I Am Going To Give My Opinion’ – Perez Hilton

Nick Cannon is going to speak his mind, no matter what. As we reported, on Thursday, Kanye West went on social media to blast the America’s Got Talent host for doing a recent interview where he makes comments about former flame Kim Kardashian. Related: @Kanyewest holla at me!! Let’s get…

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Kylie Jenner Covers Forbes As Next ‘Youngest-Ever Self-Made Billionaire’

Kylie Jenner appearing on the cover of a magazine is hardly an event, but even we did a double take when her famous mug was plastered on Forbes’ August issue ranking the most successful women entrepreneurs in America. A post shared by Kylie (@kyliejenner) on Jul 9, 2018 at 11:21am PDT…

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Trump Goes Full Xenophobe: Migrants Strip Europe Of Culture

“And I don’t mean that in a positive way,” Trump told the paper in a sit-down interview. “I think allowing millions and millions of people to come into Europe is very, very sad. I think you’re losing your culture. Look around. You go through certain areas that didn’t exist 10…

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GOP congressman said blacks have ‘entitlement mentality’ and view themselves as victims

(CNN)Republican Rep. Jason Lewis has a long history of racist rhetoric about African-Americans, pushing claims of a “racial war” by blacks on whites and arguing that violence regularly occurs at black gatherings. He also frequently claimed that black people have an “entitlement mentality” and viewed themselves as victims. In a…

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Mexico backs left-wing ‘messiah’ Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador in historic presidential election

Video How Mexico’s presidential election could impact the US The frontrunner is Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, or AMLO, a far-left populist whose campaign is sweeping Mexico; William La Jeunesse reports from Mexico City. MEXICO CITY –  In an election many Mexicans hope will be a turning point for a country…

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Disney selling ABC News longtime headquarters as trouble looms for embattled TV stars, journalists

ABC News’ current Upper West Side headquarters sits on an extremely valuable piece of property.  (Google) Silverstein Properties did not respond to a request for comment. ABC staffers tell Fox News they have been informed that they will likely be moving far downtown in Manhattan to an area known as…

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A Sinkhole Has Appeared On The White House Lawn And The Internet Is Responding Appropriately

When Trump announced plans to “drain the swamp” even we didn’t think he meant it literally. That is, until a sinkhole appeared on the White House’s North Lawn this week. Seriously, you can’t make this stuff up. Voice of America reporter Steve Herman tweeted photos of the sinkhole on Tuesday.…

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A Scientist Attended A Flat Earth Convention. Here’s What They Learnt

Speakers recently flew in from around (or perhaps, across?) the earth for a three-day event held in Birmingham: the UK’s first ever public Flat Earth Convention. It was well attended and wasn’t just three days of speeches and YouTube clips (though granted, there was a lot of this). There was…

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Net Neutrality Is Almost Dead. Here’s What That Actually Means For You

Back on December 15, just in time for Christmas, the GOP-dominated Federal Communications Commission (FCC) – in the face of strong opposition from a wide range of groups – voted 3-2 to repeal America’s Obama-era net neutrality rules. Any day now, the repeal will officially come into effect, and the…

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