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From Dehumanizing Word Games to Gosnell

In Philadelphia, at a human abattoir on Lancaster Avenue, is where it ends, not where it starts. It starts with the perversion of language. It starts when the icons of a dissipated culture reduce a baby to a “fetus.” From there, Yeats’s blood-dimmed tide rolls rapidly in. Before long, a baby is not a person but a punishment, as President Barack Obama framed the matter in his familiar off-the-cuff iciness.

Of course, to describe newborn children in their boundless possibilities and wonder would be to acknowledge, foremost, their humanity. That is why, instead, abortion enthusiasts must grope for words when circumstances force them to speak publicly about their gruesome business.

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Ashley Iaconetti on Bachelor in Paradise: V-Card Up For Grabs!

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‘Disney Infinity’ finally feels like a complete game

Nothing relies on the power of Disney's brand quite like Disney Infinity. It's the licensed game to end all licensed games, a toys-to-life platformer with all the star power of Spider-Man, Frozen, Tron, Star Wars and a dozen other Disney franchises…

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Cortana for Windows 10 arrives in four more countries

Microsoft's making good on its promise to release Cortana for PC in more locations after a limited launch. Now, the voice assistant is available as an optional download in Nihongo for Japan, as well as in English for Australia, Canada and India, bu…

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Yes, Ariana Grande And Lorde Actually Made A VMA Appearance

See all the VMA after party ensemble!

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Cruz: Cuba Deal ‘Continues the Brutal Repression and Dictatorship’

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) said that President Obama’s freeing of Cuban spies and push to normalize relations with the island “continues the brutal repression and dictatorship of the Castro Brothers” on Wednesday’s “Your World with Neil Cavuto” on the Fox News Channel.

“First, it was Russia, then it was Iran, now it’s Cuba. this announcement today will be remembered as a tragic mistake. you know, Cuba was struggling, it was gasping, gasping for air. It has been relying on Venezuela. With oil prices cratering, Venezuela is hurting economically and just like the administration did with Iran, right when the administration was feeling the maximum pain, it throws them an economic lifeline and continues the brutal repression and dictatorship of the Castro Brothers” he stated.

Cruz continued that increased money flowing into the island “enriches and empowers the dictatorship…Cuba is an ally of North Korea. It is an ally of Iran. It is an ally of Venezuela. It is an avowed enemy of this country. It was striking the president’s remarks, he talked about the Bay of Pigs invasion, but somehow completely omitted the Cuban Missile Crisis, somehow completely omitted an incredible threat to U.S. national security…and it was sad to see both the president and John Kerry essentially blame America first. Blame America for the relation[ship] between the United States and Cuba. Look, the Castros are the ones who have decided to be brutal, reppressive dictators. And we should not be taking blame for the fact that we responded to their active acts of war and hostility. They are a leading state sponsor of terrorism, and just like President Obama did with Russia, just like President Obama did with Iran he does not understand the difference between our friends and our enemies.” 

He added that the swap for American Alan Gross was “reminiscent” of the Bowe Bergdahl swap, and accused President Obama of favoring “a position of weakness” and trying to push back against the midterm election results by acting unilaterally.

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Samsung Gear S2 smartwatch promises up to 3 days of battery life

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The Samsung Gear S2 smartwatch, which the company teased at its most recent event, is coming into focus. Samsung finally released a passel of product details, including the surprise that there will actually be two flavors of the device: the Gear S2 and the Gear S2 Classic.

“Classic” is not a reference to previous models. Instead, it means the smartwatch will appeal to those who prefer more traditional watch design, while the Gear S2 (pictured above) will appeal to those looking for something a little sleeker. The Gear S2 will be a 42mm device (also the size of the larger Apple Watch), and the Classic will be 39mm, just a millimeter larger than Apple’s 38mm Apple Watch. Read more…

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Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 uses machine learning to fight malware

The trouble with security software is that it's always racing to catch up with new viruses and malware. They typically check against a database of known issues to protect you, which isn't very useful for brand spanking new attacks. Qualcomm is tryi…

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iPhone 6 bumper cases are only $4.95 today while supplies last

This iPhone 6 bumper features 4-corner protection against drops and keeps the display and back of your device safe from scratches by elevating it away from flat surfaces. Naturally, you’ll have access to the camera and ports, while the side and top buttons have been slightly raised to provide easy accessibility.










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