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“Stretchable” Electronics Worn on Skin Like A Bandage

Sophisticated design soon as convenient as smartphone
Source: “Stretchable” Electronics Worn on Skin Like A Bandage
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Judge denies injunction request in Georgia campus carry lawsuit

A Fulton County judge has denied an injunction request by six Georgia professors to prohibit the state’s contentious campus carry law, which allows licensed gun owners to carry a firearm on some parts of public college campuses.

Source: Judge denies injunction request in Georgia campus carry lawsuit
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Sarah Huckabee Sanders Admits Mistake On Obama's Black Employment Numbers

She wrongly said that President Obama created 195,000 jobs for black Americans in his eight years in office. The number is closer to 3 million.


    She wrongly said that President Obama created 195,000 jobs for black Americans in his eight years in office. The number is closer to 3 million.
Source: Sarah Huckabee Sanders Admits Mistake On Obama's Black Employment Numbers
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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey: 'Election Integrity' Is 'First Priority'

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey performed an interview with NBC News recently where he discussed the issues his platform faces surrounding "election security" and the presence of Infowars host Alex Jones on the website.

Source: Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey: 'Election Integrity' Is 'First Priority'
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Trump calls Omarosa a 'dog' in latest attack on ex-aide

President Donald Trump on Tuesday referred to former White House staffer Omarosa Manigault Newman, the only African-American to have served in a senior role in the White House, as a "dog."

Source: Trump calls Omarosa a 'dog' in latest attack on ex-aide
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Make election ballots English-only, Arizona GOP candidate says, igniting debate

Election ballots should be printed in English only, a Republican running to be Arizona's next secretary of state said last weekend in a comment that drew pushback from both sides of the aisle.
Source: Make election ballots English-only, Arizona GOP candidate says, igniting debate
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‘Big blue wave’ boasting is dissipating, but it's not time to celebrate yet

Voters in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Connecticut and Vermont cast ballots in primaries Tuesday, as predictions of a “big blue wave” driven by anti-Trump sentiment are dissipating.

Source: ‘Big blue wave’ boasting is dissipating, but it's not time to celebrate yet
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Is A False Flag To End Free Speech Imminent?

The establishment could setup patriots and begin full censorship.
Source: Is A False Flag To End Free Speech Imminent?
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Exercising Right-to-Carry in places of worship is now easier in La.

Until Aug. 1, Louisiana law required 8 hours of annual tactical training and church permission to carry inside a place of worship. A new law waiving that requirement has widespread support. Just ask local criminologist Wayne Nissen.

Source: Exercising Right-to-Carry in places of worship is now easier in La.
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Randy Bryce Wins Wisconsin's Democratic Primary In Race For Paul Ryan's House Seat

The ironworker faced a challenge from Cathy Myers that turned nasty.


    The ironworker faced a challenge from Cathy Myers that turned nasty.
Source: Randy Bryce Wins Wisconsin's Democratic Primary In Race For Paul Ryan's House Seat
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