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Boom! James Woods demolishes Hillary's 'for our children' pledge with a 5-word disclaimer

During the Hillary Clinton campaign, at some point “for the children” became “for our children”:

"I want to let you know that as your president, I will first and foremost be a champion for our children."—Hillary…

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Entertainment

Twitter Tell James Woods To Calm The F*ck Down In A Letter About His $10M Lawsuit

Well, this is certainly one way to take James Woods down a notch. In a letter from their attorneys, Twitter issued a sharp response to… 358 more words

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Videodrome

Viewed – 22 August 2015  Blu-ray

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David Cronenberg has easily cemented himself as one of the most challenging and daring directors to have ever gained mainstream popularity.  507 more words

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'Hope this unraveling takes months': James Woods sees latest revelation as beginning of the end for Hillary

In spite of the Hillary camp’s insistence that many of her emails were deemed classified after she received them, Reuters is reporting that the then secretary of state’s inbox hosted on a private server was in fact “filled with a type of information the US government and the department’s own regulations automatically deems classified from the get-go.” 121 more words

US Politics

Practical question for Hillary from James Woods

From actor James Woods’ twitter feed:

“Imagine how long it would take to read, assess and then vet 55,000 emails. Clinton certainly didn’t do it. Who did? What security clearance?”

Politics

Billingsley: Bears hungry for playoff return

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Billingsley dominated its region last year going 5-0, and made a deep run into the Class 1A playoffs. 866 more words

Football

'Made my day!' This James Woods photo-slam of Obama and Cecile Richards is absolutely brutal

What made the day? This brutal photo caption from actor and warrior for life, James Woods:

"I've got your back…" You can sell the other parts.

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