“Georgia governor vetoes religious freedom bill criticized as anti-gay”


THE WASHINGTON POST

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“Leontyne Price Opera Farewell “O patria mia” [AIDA]


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“Keith Olbermann Returns And Perfectly Explains Why Donald Trump Will Not Win”


POLITICUS USA

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KEITH OLBERMANN IS BACK

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“The Backlash Against North Carolina’s Anti-LGBT Law Is Growing”


THINK  PROGRESS

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“Donald Trump’s reign of bullsh*t: He’s not lying to us, he’s just completely full of it”


SALON

U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump waits to speak at a campaign town hall in Davenport, Iowa January 30, 2016. REUTERS/Rick Wilking - RTX24QUY
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump waits to speak at a campaign town hall in Davenport, Iowa January 30, 2016. REUTERS/Rick Wilking – RTX24QUY

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“Mexicans Burn Donald Trump in Effigy During Easter Ritual”


TIME

Mexican's set fire to an effigy of US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on March 26, 2016 in Mexico City during Holy Week celebrations. For many years Mexicans have made cardboard figures representing all forms of evil, which are then torched commemorating the "Burning of Judas," a tradition in which Mexicans torch effigies of the devil, politicians and others they dislike on the eve of Easter Sunday. Mexicans have found a new way to blow off steam over Donald Trump -- creating an effigy of the White House hopeful to burn in an Easter ritual. Some 61 percent of Mexicans hold a negative opinion of Trump -- who has vowed to force Mexico to pay for a huge wall across the US border to stop illegal migration -- an opinion poll found this month. / AFP / YURI CORTEZ (Photo credit should read YURI CORTEZ/AFP/Getty Images)
Mexican’s set fire to an effigy of US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on March 26, 2016 in Mexico City during Holy Week celebrations. For many years Mexicans have made cardboard figures representing all forms of evil, which are then torched commemorating the “Burning of Judas,” a tradition in which Mexicans torch effigies of the devil, politicians and others they dislike on the eve of Easter Sunday.
Mexicans have found a new way to blow off steam over Donald Trump — creating an effigy of the White House hopeful to burn in an Easter ritual. Some 61 percent of Mexicans hold a negative opinion of Trump — who has vowed to force Mexico to pay for a huge wall across the US border to stop illegal migration — an opinion poll found this month. / AFP / YURI CORTEZ (Photo credit should read YURI CORTEZ/AFP/Getty Images)