David A. Graham Staff writer at The Atlantic Leah Millis Reuters In some ways, President Donald Trump refuses to follow any of the established rules, like avoiding open racism. In others, he is perfectly derivative for example, when called on his racist remarks, the president reverted to one of the most tired cliches in the book:
Another Republican man running for governor of Mississippi has said that he refuses to be alone in a room with a woman who is not his wife.Former Mississippi Supreme Court Justice Bill Waller Jr. told Mississippi Today reporter Larrison Campbell on Monday that he abides by the ”Billy Graham rule ” because it 's ”common sense. ”
Madonna refuses to take hate from anyone, including those who made negative comments after she posted a provocative video on Instagram.
Biden refuses to apologize for Obama era deportations
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Tiffany Allen and Angel Lane, of St Louis, said they reached out to D. Auxilly to enquire about a $1,500 jumpsuit, which they hoped Lane would wear for their upcoming wedding in October.The couple described their shock after a follow up email from owner Dominique Galbraith revealed she would not be able to make the garnet for religious reasons, while encouraging them both to reconsider their relationship.
A Christian dressmaker has refused to design an outfit for a lesbian couple 's wedding, instead telling them to "reconsider " their sexuality.
When a Missouri based lesbian couple reached out to a dressmaker in New York City regarding a high end jumpsuit for their wedding, the designer refused them service and then offered to help teach them about Jesus, according to St. Louis TV station KTVI. "I wouldn't be able to make a piece for a same sex wedding. It goes against my faith in Christ. I believe Jesus died for our sins so that we would live for him according to His Holy Word, designer Dominique Galbraith at D. Auxilly wrote in an email to Tiffany Allen and Angel Lane, who ve been together for seven years.
France s National Assembly has approved a draft bill which directs social media companies such as Facebook and Twitter to take down any hateful content from their platform within 24 hours, Reuters reported. According to the draft law, companies will have to put in place tools to alert users about ;clearly illicit; content related to race, gender, religion, sexual orientation or disability. The bill was approved by the National Assembly on July 5 and has now passed to the senate. It will go back and forth between the two houses until they both agree on it. The lower house will take the final decision if the houses do not reach an agreement. France;s broadcasting regulator CSA (Conseil sup rieur de l;audiovisuel) will be responsible for imposing the sanctions. Also, a separate prosecutor;s office will be set up.Le Monde explained that according to the draft bill, if a social networking company refuses to delete hateful content, or breaches the 24 hour deadline, the representative of the company can be imprisoned for a year and fined 250,000. For a legal person , this fine may be increased to 1.25 million. Also, the social network will be exposed to administrative sanctions imposed by CSA. These can go up to 4% of the global turnover of the company.
Once again by the familiar 5 4 vote, and once again with a majority opinion written by Chief Justice John Roberts, the Court ruled in two cases that worked their way through lower courts that voters and state officials should be the arbiters of what are political disputes, not the federal government. This cop out by the Court's conservative wing ignores the reality that through gerrymandering, it is elected officials who are introducing politics into what should be the apolitical process of establishing voting districts, and the voters are unable to resolve those disputes when gerrymandering successfully negates their votes. Justice Roberts even went so far as to note that gerrymandering "is incompatible with Democratic principles," yet he and the other justices declined to remedy the situation.In a withering dissent, Justice Elena Kagan called the decision "tragically wrong," adding that "for the first time ever, this court refuses to remedy a constitutional violation because it thinks the task beyond judicial capabilities." A Court that has been activist in nature in recent years did indeed pick a tragically wrong time to throw its hands up and walk away.
Kalidou Koulibaly has refused to rule out a summer exit from Napoli, as rumours of interest from the Premier League continue to swirl.Manchester City are the latest club to be linked with a move for the Senegal centre back, who refused to rule out a possible exit from the San Paolo when questioned on his future by Goal.
Trying to lose weight after 60 can be a challenge. As we become older, it is more difficult to give in to temptations and yet not be worried about gaining inches and kilos. This is because, as we age, our metabolism slows down and our body refuses to burn as many calories as it used to when we were in our twenties or thirties or even our forties. But weight loss is not impossible for an elderly person and with a few dietary and lifestyle changes, an elderly person can attain his or her ideal weight. All you need is motivation and a little discipline.Obesity in the elderly has been linked to many health issues including memory problems. According to another research, by the Indiana University Center for Aging Research, memory training provided only one third the benefit to older adults with obesity as compared to the benefit it provided to the adults without obesity. There is growing evidence to show that there is a link between obesity and brain function. Imaging studies report that obesity is associated with more rapid loss of hippocampal volume.
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Yet it is a proposed t ecirc;te agrave; t ecirc;te between Xi and U.S. President Donald Trump, who has threatened to slap additional tariffs on Chinese imports if Xi refuses an audience with him in Osaka, that will likely have the greatest impact on Canadian farmers, analysts say. ”Both meetings would be positive, but the quickest route to a solution for our farmers is probably through Washington, ” said Gordon Houlden, a former Canadian diplomat and head of the University of Alberta 's China Institute. ”Trump has put everything on the table in negotiations with Beijing and if certain issues are settled between them, it would lay the groundwork for things to normalize for us. ”
World Brain Tumour Day is celebrated worldwide on 8th June every year. An NGO named German Brain Tumour Association started this global campaign way back in the year 2000 with the intention of spreading awareness about brain tumour and other associated disorders. Educating people about any potentially life threatening is a must to bring down its incidences. The observance of World Brain Tumour Day every year is expected to accomplish this mission.Brain tumour occurs when your brain cells start growing abnormally, accumulate, and affect the functions of your nervous system. A brain tumor can originate in brain and the surrounding tissues including meninges, cranial nerves, pituitary gland or pineal gland as well. It occurs due to mutations in the DNA of normal cells. Brain tumour can be malignant (cancerous) or benign. In both the cases, it can be fatal. However, Your death risk increases if you don 't access treatment on time and symptom spotting is the pre requisite for this. On this World Brain Tumour Day, we guide you through the prominent and the apparently innocuous symptoms of this nervous system ailment.