John Eastman is Team Trump’s choice as the Jan. 6 scapegoat

With the Justice Department and Jan. 6 Committee scrutinizing Donald Trump’s efforts to overturn the 2020 election, he and his cronies could certainly use a scapegoat, and it looks like they’ve found their scapegoat: the right-wing attorney John Ostmann. Eastman worked for Trump when the lawyer devised legal strategies to overturn the election and keep …

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5 misconceptions about pregnancy biology muddling the abortion debate

On June 24, the US Supreme Court quashed Roe v. Wade up. By overturning the landmark 1973 decision that protected a person’s right to an abortion, the country’s highest court has shifted the decisions about such medical care to individual state and local governments. Some states have already passed laws restricting access to abortion. Now, …

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Australian rugby union upbeat despite lean times as ‘golden decade’ looms | Australian rugby union team

AAs the local mining community would no doubt agree, finding gold in Western Australia this week required going out in search of gold. There’s the odd Wallabies flag flapping in the wind, but blue and maroon were the dominant colors in Perth, where last Sunday’s second game in the home state was played with far …

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Bangor scores with new technology that should electrify the high street

An award-winning smartphone platform has been launched in Bangor, Northern Ireland’s newest city, which aims to drive interest, traffic and spending on local high streets and town centers before being rolled out immediately in the borough’s main towns. Designed to put consumers and businesses in control, Roam Local is a social media-style platform designed to …

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The nutrition and supplements market could see major growth by 2030

That “Market for Dietary Supplements” is one of the leading markets in the world for the development of innovative techniques and an extremely categorized sector. After a thorough study of the industries in the Nutrition and Dietary Supplements Market, the market report delivers detailed information based on the export and import data along with ongoing …

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Calumet’s Nelson shines in UP Football All-Star Game | News, Sports, Jobs

Calumet’s Team Black’s Dryden Nelson and Bark River-Harris’s Team Red’s Trevor Lippens battle for a pass during the UP Football All-Star Game on Saturday June 25, 2022 at the Superior Dome in Marquette, Michigan ( Travis Nelson/ Marquette Mining Journal) MARQUETTE – Team Black overcame a 28-21 half-time deficit and blasted Team Red 33-0 in …

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Victorians kept these local businesses alive during the pandemic

Although cruise ships dock in Victoria, it’s the locals who keep these shops busy Photo by Boston Laferte. Students know it as well as anyone – the COVID-19 pandemic has been extremely difficult. Our lives have been paused, and we’ve been constantly going through lockdowns and restrictions, and back out. These lockdowns have occurred in …

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Nestlé tops supplier ranking for food and environmental impacts | news

Nestlé has been ranked number one in a ranking of the UK’s largest suppliers for their work to build a fair and sustainable food system. The first ranking of its kind, the Better Food Index ranked the 30 largest UK food and drink suppliers and manufacturers based on factors such as nutrition, affordability, environmental impact, …

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In defense of closer ties with Modi’s India – POLITICO

Press play to listen to this article James Snell is a writer and researcher. He has written for Spectator World, Foreign Policy and other media. The democratic world is divided. More or less artfully veiled, NATO members disagree almost weekly about the fate of Ukraine, and in Asia and the Pacific democracies are nominally united. …

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