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The two groups recently "partnered" on a "Corporate Backers of Hate" campaign that targeted JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo, Goldman Sachs, Boeing, Disney, IMB, Uber, Blackrock, and Blackstone, corporations they say could profit from President Trump's policies. The "mass lobbying" campaign consists of directly pressuring higher ups at each company through emails and has been called "unprecedented" by corporate responsibility experts. Make the Road was also reported to have organized the "spontaneous" protests at New York's JFK Airport following Trump's Muslim travel ban. However, it was later discovered that the protests had been planned since the day after the presidential election. Uber, which had continued to pick up passengers from the airport during the event, found themselves in the center of the #DeleteUber pressure campaign following the protests.
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And he really just had a fire in his belly to ban Harry Potter, which was a book at that time that had just come out and everyone was just suddenly really loving it. And he thought it was some sort of... ..'vehicle for the occult' was how he described it cos it had witches and wizards
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Up until, as I said, the priest at the church says, 'Ban Harry Potter.' You were reading Harry Potter at the time. I was. I literally had it in my bag in the church. It was like, 'Is this book gonna spontaneously combust at my feet?' (LAUGHS) Because, yes, this vicar who everyone said had a hotline to God and was this kind of very wise man, they said
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Argentina. The flanker was sent off for stamping in Northampton's Champions Cup play-off game with Stade Francais. A disciplinary panel could issue a longer ban. England play two tests in Argentina on the 10th and 17th June. Despite beind a man down, Saints qualified for next season's.
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much as,000 pounds even hard-core punk fans have questioned a ban's greatness. It is like nothing else existed apart from the sex pistols who may just one album, albeit an iconic album. I think it is just dull, overplayed. They are.
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England's Tom Wood is a doubt for their upcoming tour of Argentina. The flanker was sent off for stamping in Northampton's Champions Cup play-off game with Stade Francais. A disciplinary panel could issue a longer ban. England play two tests in Argentina on the 10th and 17th June
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Without doubt, there is one aspect of modern society that’s directly contributing to the spike in mental health problems among the young in the UK: social media, writes DR MAX.
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a broadcasting ban on Sinn Fein, a travel ban on Sinn Fein, and a series of anti-terror legislations which were not really doing anything to bring about fair convictions
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In their recently released election manifesto, the UK Independence Party (UKIP) has come out against burqas with a creative argument: the full-body coverage they provide can cause Vitamin D deficiency because the outfits prevent "intake of essential vitamin D from sunlight."
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New nationwide rules ban sale of cattle for slaughterThe new rules define an “animal market” as a marketplace or any other premises to which animals are brought from other places and exposed for sale or auction and includes any lairage adjoining a market or a slaughterhouse.
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A small group of women who were headed to the beach in Cannes on Friday for a "Toutes en burkini" (all women in burkinis) protest were immediately stopped by police and taken to the station for questioning. The mayor of Cannes had imposed a controversial ban on the full-body swimsuits last year, a decision overturned by the country's highest court.
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European country to ban the full face Islamic veil in public places. But it was a controversial decision, that some argued created more problems than it solved. With one of the biggest populations in Western Europe,.
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break-out statement, a shared commitment to reset link refugees. That runs contrary to the White House view. This president is still trying to get his temporary ban on refugees here in the US through the courts. So it is the anti-globalists within his circle who appear to be.
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and I believe you have to talk. The British Government at that time was putting a broadcasting ban on Sinn Fein, a travel ban on Sinn Fein, and a series of anti-terror legislations which were not really doing anything to bring about fair convictions. Remember, I was also the constituency MP for one.
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Former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton took thinly veiled shots at President Donald Trump's administration and its supporters while delivering a commencement address at Wellesley College on Friday. Clinton described many actions of the Trump White House as a "full-fledged assault on truth" and attacked the president's budget proposal. "You are graduating at a time when there is a full-fledged assault on truth and reason," Clinton said. "Just log on to social media for ten seconds. It will hit you right in the face," she said, before seeming to reference pizzagate, the border wall, and the travel ban. "Some are even denying things we see with our own eyes, like the size of crowds," Clinton continued, attacking Trump's inflation of his inaugural crowd size. "And then defending themselves by talking about, quote unquote, alternative facts.