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35% of voters support overturning the 2020 presidential results

This shouldn't be surprising given the current state of the Republican Party, but it still is: 60% of registered GOP voters think the 2020 presidential results should either «definitely» or «probably» be overturned. Just 30% of registe
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35% of voters support overturning the 2020 presidential results

This shouldn't be surprising given the current state of the Republican Party, but it still is: 60% of registered GOP voters think the 2020 presidential results should either «definitely» or «probably» be overturned. Just 30% of registered Republicans said the 2020 results should remain intact, according to the survey conducted by Politico and Morning Consult. In comparison, only 27% of independents believe the presidential election should be overturned, along a with a head-scratching 16% of Democrats. Overall, 35% of registered voters said the results should definitely/probably be overturned. On the flip side of the coin, 55% of voters rejected the idea of overturning the results, including 43% who said they should «definitely not» be overturned and 12% who said they should «probably not» be overturned. Another 11% percent said they were unsure.

Wall Street Journal runs lengthy list of lies from Trump without context or corrections

Lasts Sunday, the Wall Street Journal ran an opinion piece endorsing the Republican candidate for the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. The entire article takes and an extremely pro-Trump position, arguing that the Pennsylvania court did not “defend the law
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Wall Street Journal runs lengthy list of lies from Trump without context or corrections

Lasts Sunday, the Wall Street Journal ran an opinion piece endorsing the Republican candidate for the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. The entire article takes and an extremely pro-Trump position, arguing that the Pennsylvania court did not “defend the law as it is written” when it allowed counting of votes that were delayed in the mail due to the pandemic. It insists that the court should never have allowed those 10,097 votes to count—even if they were kept segregated from the rest of the votes. But in the midst of this editorial, the Journal admits: “This didn’t matter because Mr. Biden won the state by 80,555.” That admission of basic facts was far too much for the Wall Street Journal editorial board’s favorite person. On Wednesday, the WSJ published a “letter to the editor” from Donald Trump. [Link purposely omitted.] As might be expected, that letter contains a laundry list of lies that have been roundly disproven time and time again. In fact, most of them are claims that never had any basis in reality to begin with, but were simply pulled out of Trump’s … let’s say “golf hat.”  That includes not just claims that there were far more late ballots than actually existed, but that there were 120,000 “more votes than voters!” (The exclamation point there is Trump’s, obviously.)

A strategic delay in play and the bell tolls for thee, John Eastman

It is not completely clear why the Jan. 6 committee has opted to delay—temporarily—a request for some of the records from the Trump White House that are pertinent to its investigation, but by pumping the brakes for now, the committee could be po
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A strategic delay in play and the bell tolls for thee, John Eastman

It is not completely clear why the Jan. 6 committee has opted to delay—temporarily—a request for some of the records from the Trump White House that are pertinent to its investigation, but by pumping the brakes for now, the committee could be positioning itself to fight smarter, not harder.   First reported by Politico on Wednesday, committee member Rep. Zoe Lofgren, a California Democrat, said that while the investigatory body is “in a hurry” to review critical information, they also “don’t want to get hung up” as the probe labors on.   White House counsel Dana Remus has already informed National Archivist David Ferriero that President Joe Biden would not claim executive privilege over the documents since doing so, he said, failed to be “in the best interests of the United States.” Former President Donald Trump tried his hand at asserting executive privilege over dozens of records and as he is known to do, turned to the courts to obstruct oversight of his activities. The lawsuit, filed at the D.C. District Court, claims the Biden White House’s refusal to shroud the records in executive privilege was just part and parcel of Democrats “vexatious, illegal fishing expedition.” Common to the former president as that response may be, to his credit, his team quite shockingly did not use the term “witch hunt” once in that lawsuit. Digressions aside, for the last few weeks the National Archives has been busy processing at least three troves of records related to Trump’s tumultuous time in office and is expected to remit its findings to the committee by Nov. 12. The only way the National Archives would not hand those documents over is if the court intervenes to uphold Trump’s request. As to the committee’s delay on Wednesday to postpone its request records, Rep. Jamie Raskin, a Maryland Democrat, told Politico only that the decision was “routine” to the back-and-forth of two branches of government when it comes to highly important and sensitive matters. Tim Mulvey, the Jan. 6 committee spokesperson, emphasized in a statement Wednesday that the committee has in no way withdrawn its request and the decision to defer will not stop the panel’s pursuit of gaining access “to all the information relevant” to the probe. Meanwhile, the bell is apparently tolling for John Eastman. The Washington Post was first to report that a subpoena is imminent for the onetime law professor and author of a now-notorious memo that, in a nutshell, offered a strategy for how Trump could remain in power and overturn the 2020 election results despite the fact that they were overwhelmingly in favor of Joe Biden. Eastman’s subpoena is likely to request his correspondence about the memo as well as any documentation or communication he has regarding meetings at the Willard Hotel in Washington, D.C. in the run up to the putsch on the Capitol. Eastman’s memo, according to The Washington Post, “served as the basis” for a Jan. 4 meeting with Trump, the one-time law professor, and then-Vice President Mike Pence. The conservative Claremont Institute board member has publicly waffled about the intent behind the memo. Depending on who in the media asks him, Eastman has dubbed it as unviable fluff or part of something that Republicans in Washington, D.C.—or “beltway Republicans”—wouldn’t understand. When reached for comment by Daily Kos on Wednesday, an aide to the Jan. 6 committee said Eastman has long been on the committee’s radar. “Mr. Eastman advised the former President and others about the transition of power and the counting of the electoral votes. Our earliest record requests sought information about his role and he is a witness the Select Committee would like to hear from. Mr. Eastman has engaged with the Select Committee and has the opportunity to cooperate voluntarily, but we will use the tools at our disposal to get any information we believe is relevant to our investigation,” the aide said.

60% of Republican voters say 2020 presidential results 'should be overturned'

This shouldn't be surprising given the current state of the Republican Party, but it still is: 60% of registered GOP voters think the 2020 presidential results should either «definitely» or «probably» be overturned. Just 30% of registe
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60% of Republican voters say 2020 presidential results 'should be overturned'

This shouldn't be surprising given the current state of the Republican Party, but it still is: 60% of registered GOP voters think the 2020 presidential results should either «definitely» or «probably» be overturned. Just 30% of registered Republicans said the 2020 results should remain intact, according to the survey conducted by Politico and Morning Consult. In comparison, only 27% of independents believe the presidential election should be overturned, along a with a head-scratching 16% of Democrats. Overall, 35% of registered voters said the results should definitely/probably be overturned. On the flip side of the coin, 55% of voters rejected the idea of overturning the results, including 43% who said they should «definitely not» be overturned and 12% who said they should «probably not» be overturned. Another 11% percent said they were unsure.

Reptiloids at the helm of the UN? Twitter split after CGI dinosaur lectures humans on downsides of extinction

A CGI dinosaur talking with the voice of fan-favorite actor Jack Black took center stage at the UN’s General Assembly chamber to tell politicians to stop subsidizing fossil fuels and do more to tackle climate change. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Reptiloids at the helm of the UN? Twitter split after CGI dinosaur lectures humans on downsides of extinction

A CGI dinosaur talking with the voice of fan-favorite actor Jack Black took center stage at the UN’s General Assembly chamber to tell politicians to stop subsidizing fossil fuels and do more to tackle climate change. Read Full Article at RT.com

EU migrant crisis: Top French official accuses Belarus’ President Lukashenko & his family of organizing ‘human trafficking’

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko and his family are organizing a human trafficking ring and bringing migrants into the EU in an attempt to weaken the Union, France’s Secretary of State for European Affairs has claimed. Read Full Article at RT.com
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EU migrant crisis: Top French official accuses Belarus’ President Lukashenko & his family of organizing ‘human trafficking’

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko and his family are organizing a human trafficking ring and bringing migrants into the EU in an attempt to weaken the Union, France’s Secretary of State for European Affairs has claimed. Read Full Article at RT.com

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Biden announces $1.75 trillion US spending deal ahead of Europe trip

The White House said Biden will lay out a compromise outline of legislation pouring $1.75 trillion into education, childcare, clean energy and other social services.
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Biden announces $1.75 trillion US spending deal ahead of Europe trip

The White House said Biden will lay out a compromise outline of legislation pouring $1.75 trillion into education, childcare, clean energy and other social services.

Sebi's investor charter to be notified next month, won't be legally binding

Charter to act only as a guide; other regulators such as Irdai, PFRDA to come out with their charters only next year
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Sebi's investor charter to be notified next month, won't be legally binding

Charter to act only as a guide; other regulators such as Irdai, PFRDA to come out with their charters only next year

Indices post biggest fall in 6 mths as Inflation, valuation trigger selloff

Sentiment was further dented with Morgan Stanley becoming the latest foreign brokerage to sound caution on the domestic market
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Indices post biggest fall in 6 mths as Inflation, valuation trigger selloff

Sentiment was further dented with Morgan Stanley becoming the latest foreign brokerage to sound caution on the domestic market

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NASA to Host Briefing on Webb Telescope Engineering, Deployments

NASA will hold a virtual media briefing 11 a.m. EDT Tuesday, Nov. 2, to discuss the engineering of the James Webb Space Telescope, the world’s largest and most powerful space science telescope.
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NASA to Host Briefing on Webb Telescope Engineering, Deployments

NASA will hold a virtual media briefing 11 a.m. EDT Tuesday, Nov. 2, to discuss the engineering of the James Webb Space Telescope, the world’s largest and most powerful space science telescope.

Gamma Ray Ghouls!

Take a tour of some of the most terrifying and mind-blowing destinations in our galaxy ... and beyond.
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Gamma Ray Ghouls!

Take a tour of some of the most terrifying and mind-blowing destinations in our galaxy ... and beyond.

Does this 'Godzilla' nebula really look like a space lizard?

What do you see in this image of space gas and dust? Perhaps, the greenish blob puts you in mind of a frog, or a crocodile, or Slimer from «Ghostbusters.» One scientist is pretty sure he saw Godzilla.
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Does this 'Godzilla' nebula really look like a space lizard?

What do you see in this image of space gas and dust? Perhaps, the greenish blob puts you in mind of a frog, or a crocodile, or Slimer from «Ghostbusters.» One scientist is pretty sure he saw Godzilla.

Great-grandson of iconic Native American leader Sitting Bull confirmed by DNA analysis

A new study which analyzed the DNA in a hair sample from iconic Native American leader Sitting Bull has confirmed the identity of his great-grandson.
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Great-grandson of iconic Native American leader Sitting Bull confirmed by DNA analysis

A new study which analyzed the DNA in a hair sample from iconic Native American leader Sitting Bull has confirmed the identity of his great-grandson.

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The Day You Were Born, I Wasn’t Born Yet

Diving into family lore during the pandemic, Kai Yokoyama meets his ancestors through photography, weaving together archival pictures from the past with his own hushed images of the present.
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The Day You Were Born, I Wasn’t Born Yet

Diving into family lore during the pandemic, Kai Yokoyama meets his ancestors through photography, weaving together archival pictures from the past with his own hushed images of the present.

A Massive Notebook-Style Calendar Shows 2022 at a Glance

The designer team at the wildly popular Yearcalendar evokes the fresh start of a blank notebook with its oversized 2022-at-a-glance. Uniquely organized to display the months in long columns, the wall planner is complete with an A4 page’s ubiquitous blu
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A Massive Notebook-Style Calendar Shows 2022 at a Glance

The designer team at the wildly popular Yearcalendar evokes the fresh start of a blank notebook with its oversized 2022-at-a-glance. Uniquely organized to display the months in long columns, the wall planner is complete with an A4 page’s ubiquitous blue and red rules and punched sides. This year’s calendar comes in two sizes, 50 x 70 and 70 x 100 centimeters, a Swedish and international format, and is only available for pre-order. More

United States issues its 1st passport with 'X' gender marker

DENVER (AP) — The United States has issued its first passport with an “X” gender designation — a milestone in the recognition of the rights of people who don’t identify as male or female — and expects to be able to offer th
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United States issues its 1st passport with 'X' gender marker

DENVER (AP) — The United States has issued its first passport with an “X” gender designation — a milestone in the recognition of the rights of people who don’t identify as male or female — and expects to be able to offer the option to nonbinary, intersex and gender-nonconforming people ...

Colorful Patterns of Stained Glass Nestle Within Repurposed Sea Defense Timber

Based in the coastal town of Shoreham-by-Sea, England, artist Louise Durham creates towering wooden sculptures of reclaimed sea defense timber and vibrant stained glass. She embeds stripes and circles in a full spectrum of color within the totem-style works,
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Colorful Patterns of Stained Glass Nestle Within Repurposed Sea Defense Timber

Based in the coastal town of Shoreham-by-Sea, England, artist Louise Durham creates towering wooden sculptures of reclaimed sea defense timber and vibrant stained glass. She embeds stripes and circles in a full spectrum of color within the totem-style works, which when illuminated, cast kaleidoscopic shadows on their surroundings. “It is all about the light,” she says. “That’s the magic of glass and the magic of all living things.” In a note to Colossal, Durham explains that she utilizes traditional leaded light techniques, along with fusing and slumping—these involve connecting two pieces together and melting the material in a mold, respectively—to create bisected circles and asymmetric stripes. More

Miles donations are providing flights for Afghan refugees

A campaign that began with ordinary people donating frequent-flyer miles has raised enough in two months to provide 40,000 flights for refugees from Afghanistan, and organizers and the White House are looking to nearly double that figure. About 3,200 flights
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Miles donations are providing flights for Afghan refugees

A campaign that began with ordinary people donating frequent-flyer miles has raised enough in two months to provide 40,000 flights for refugees from Afghanistan, and organizers and the White House are looking to nearly double that figure. About 3,200 flights with donated miles have already carried Afghans from temporary housing ...

Shattered Porcelain Fragments Are Elegantly Bonded in Kintsugi Sculptures by Yeesookyung

Seoul-based artist Yeesookyung (previously) fuses Korean and Japanese craft traditions in her elegant, gilded sculptures. Blending ornately patterned vessels with deities and animals, the delicate assemblages meld shards of discarded ceramic into new forms wi
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Shattered Porcelain Fragments Are Elegantly Bonded in Kintsugi Sculptures by Yeesookyung

Seoul-based artist Yeesookyung (previously) fuses Korean and Japanese craft traditions in her elegant, gilded sculptures. Blending ornately patterned vessels with deities and animals, the delicate assemblages meld shards of discarded ceramic into new forms with bulbous sides, halved figures, and drips of metallic epoxy. Utilizing fragments from previous works references the Korean tradition of discarding porcelain with small irregularities, while the visibly repaired crevices draw on Kintsugi techniques, the Japanese art of highlighting the beauty of broken vessels with thick, gold mendings. More

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Cameron Grimes plans on betting it all in Duke Hudson’s Poker Room

Duke Hudson is looking to take some of Cameron Grimes’ money off his hands, and The Richest Man in NXT is happy to let him try because he is going all in and taking the prize money to the moon as he steps into Hudson’s Poker Room.
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Cameron Grimes plans on betting it all in Duke Hudson’s Poker Room

Duke Hudson is looking to take some of Cameron Grimes’ money off his hands, and The Richest Man in NXT is happy to let him try because he is going all in and taking the prize money to the moon as he steps into Hudson’s Poker Room.

More scares in store for Hayes & Williams as they take on Gargano & Lumis

Carmelo Hayes and Trick Williams survived Johnny Gargano and Dexter Lumis’ haunted open house to reclaim Hayes’ lost NXT North American Championship, but can they survive a tag team showdown with Gargano and The Tortured Artist?
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More scares in store for Hayes & Williams as they take on Gargano & Lumis

Carmelo Hayes and Trick Williams survived Johnny Gargano and Dexter Lumis’ haunted open house to reclaim Hayes’ lost NXT North American Championship, but can they survive a tag team showdown with Gargano and The Tortured Artist?

Perez F1 performances boosted by Red Bull set-up breakthrough

The Mexican has struggled for most of the season to match the pace of his teammate Max Verstappen, outqualifying him just once across 2021.Although Perez scored his first victory for the team in Baku in June, he endured a difficult run of six races betwe
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Perez F1 performances boosted by Red Bull set-up breakthrough

The Mexican has struggled for most of the season to match the pace of his teammate Max Verstappen, outqualifying him just once across 2021.Although Perez scored his first victory for the team in Baku in June, he endured a difficult run of six races between the British and Russian grands prix - in which he scored just 16 points.During that run, he endured the misfortune of becoming a ...Keep reading

Hyundai puts 2022 WRC car through full rally simulation

The Korean marque has set up essentially a bespoke three-day rally to mimic exactly the conditions the new i20 Rally1 car will be subjected to when the WRC's new hybrid regulations are introduced next season.Hyundai has elected to carry out this full rally si
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Hyundai puts 2022 WRC car through full rally simulation

The Korean marque has set up essentially a bespoke three-day rally to mimic exactly the conditions the new i20 Rally1 car will be subjected to when the WRC's new hybrid regulations are introduced next season.Hyundai has elected to carry out this full rally simulation on the tarmac roads in the Piedmont region in Northern Italy. Working with local authorities, several sections of roads have ...Keep reading

Alonso and Ocon seeking answers on Alpine's Austin struggles

Both drivers retired from Austin's race after issues with the rear of their respective cars, but even before that point it soon became a race to forget.Ocon sustained front wing damage on Lap 1 after contact with Alfa Romeo's Antonio Giovinazzi and lacked th
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Alonso and Ocon seeking answers on Alpine's Austin struggles

Both drivers retired from Austin's race after issues with the rear of their respective cars, but even before that point it soon became a race to forget.Ocon sustained front wing damage on Lap 1 after contact with Alfa Romeo's Antonio Giovinazzi and lacked the pace to recover much ground, while Alonso was stuck battling Giovinazzi and the other Alfa Romeo car of Kimi Raikkonen for the final ...Keep reading

Toyota resolved Le Mans fuel pressure issues

The solution will be in place on the two Toyota GR010 HYBRIDs for the resumption of the WEC this weekend with the first of two back-to-back races in Bahrain.The issue forced the Toyota Gazoo Racing Europe squad to come up with what technical director Pascal V
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Toyota resolved Le Mans fuel pressure issues

The solution will be in place on the two Toyota GR010 HYBRIDs for the resumption of the WEC this weekend with the first of two back-to-back races in Bahrain.The issue forced the Toyota Gazoo Racing Europe squad to come up with what technical director Pascal Vasselon described as a «creative fix» to get its two Le Mans Hypercars to the finish in first and second positions at the French ...Keep reading

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