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  1. A Kentucky judge has said he will not hear any adoption cases involving gay parents. Judge Mitchel Nance, a family court judge, ruled out presiding cases which involved hopeful gay parents because he believes that “under no circumstance” would “the best interest of the child be promoted by the adoption by a practicing homosexual”. Nance disqualified himself from judging these cases by using an ethical clause that insists any practicing judge must remove themselves from a case if they have any personal prejudice or bias. This means that any gay parents looking to adopt in the Barren and Metcalfe counties of Kentucky will have to request a special judge. The judge explained that he hoped by doing this cases involving gay parents would not be filed within his court and therefore help to “avoid long delays”. John T. Alexander, a circuit judge, has insisted that he would hear any adoption cases which are impacted by the move.
  2. A woman purchased a ticket with cash and then walked around Atlanta’s terminal B.. naked. She was ultimately taken into custody. There are more videos at @fatdaddie2o1o and the images of the woman are not blurred. She even stops for passengers to take photos, shaking it. You have been warned.
  3. Who's getting tickets?
  4. Turkey purges 4,000 civil servants, bans TV dating programs X
  7. Donald Trump to strip all funding from State Department team promoting women's right around the world Leaked plan comes as First Daughter Ivanka defends her father's record on women Donald Trump plans to strip all funding from a State Department bureau that promotes the rights of women around the world, it has emerged. Oxfam America led criticism of the move, saying said cutting funds for the Office of Global Women’s Issues would have “dire consequences for millions of people, as well as our global standing”. Documents first leaked to Foreign Policy showed plans to reduce the office’s 2016 budget of $8.25 million (£6.43 million) to zero in 2018, though the President’s budget will still have to make it past Congress. “It’s clear that women’s empowerment and gender equality are on the chopping block in this budget,” Oxfam vice president for policy, Paul O’Brien, said. The office’s work had been championed by defeated presidential candidate Hillary Clinton during her time as Secretary of State under Barack Obama. Oxfam’s intervention came as Mr Trump tweeted he was “proud” of his daughter Ivanka “for her leadership” on women’s empowerment.
  8. Turkey has blocked all access inside the country to the online encyclopaedia Wikipedia, one of the world's most popular websites. It was not initially clear why the ban had been imposed. The Turkey Blocks group said the site was inaccessible from 08:00 (05:00 GMT) by order of the Turkish authorities. People in the capital Istanbul were unable to access any Wikipedia pages without using a Virtual Private Network (VPN). "After technical analysis and legal consideration based on the Law Nr. 5651, an administrative measure has been taken for this website," Turkey's Information and Communication Technologies Authority was quoted as saying. No reason was given. Turkey Blocks and Turkish media, including the Hurriyet Daily News, said the provisional order would need to be backed by a full court ruling in the next few days. Source
  9. Trump tough on South Korea: Threatens to terminate free trade deal, wants payment for THAAD missile defense system X Seoul rejected Trump demand, won’t pay for missile system :X
  11. let's say RIP to this beverage legend ???? - 2017 let's pray this isn't real
  12. Trump signs order to expand drilling in Arctic, Atlantic oceans X
  13. Man who raped stranger hours before his wedding given life term
  14. NORTH Korea has appealed to Southeast Asian countries for support in its row with the United States to prevent what it warned could be a “nuclear holocaust” X
  15. Trump says 'major, major' conflict with North Korea possible but seeks diplomacy X
  16. Most young Faroese move to Denmark since they are part of the Danish Kingdom already. Same-sex marriage will begin later this year, so I wish all the Islanders, gay and straight, a happy spouse soon.
  17. A Republican member of the United States House of Representatives openly wept his way through a prayer begging for God’s “forgiveness” for America’s sins for allowing same-sex marriage. Randy Weber, who has represented Texas’ 14th congressional district since 2013, delivered his remarks at last night’s ultra-conservative religious event ‘Washington – A Man of Prayer’. “Father, we have trampled on your holy institution of holy matrimony and tried to rewrite what it is and we’ve called it an alternate lifestyle,” he told the crowd. “Father, oh Father, please forgive us!” he said as he began to sob. Weber previously backed a bill which would have limited federal recognition of same-sex weddings after the Defense of Marriage Act was struck down. In defending the ‘State Marriage Defense Act’, he said: “Maybe [there will] be a groundswell where people can get behind this and say, ‘Look, we’re tired of activist judges just systematically destroying the foundation of the family by throwing out a lot of these laws that people have voted for.'” “You’ve got to be watching the absolute insanity out of some of these judges across the country… they have just thrown the entire country, in my opinion, into turmoil with a lot of these judges saying, ‘Well, it’s a right, the people of those states cannot choose what they want their state to look like’.” Source
  18. German soldier posing as a Syrian refugee arrested for planning 'false flag' terror attack and blame it on refugees X
  19. SFV's Thailand Temple Hideout stage which was released yesterday has been pulled from the store due to it having Muslim chants samples playing throughout the song. The exact same sample was used in Zelda OOT which caused the second and up versions of the game to have the song removed. Little Big Planet did as well, and had the versions containing the track to be recalled.
  20. The brand has released its financial reports for the first quarter of 2017, which include a 92 percent income jump to $54 million. The figures also show the company’s footwear sector has grown almost 25 percent compared to the same quarter last year, with growth in America also up a huge 17 percent. Sales, meanwhile, have increased by 15 percent. In recent times, PUMA has embarked on an aggressive ambassador recruitment campaign; Big Sean, The Weeknd, Cara Delevingne and Kylie Jenner just some of the tastemakers to have joined Rihanna — whose PUMA FENTY line is perhaps the major reason behind the brand’s overturn in fortunes — in signing on for collaborative campaigns. “For the first time in the PUMA history, we achieved sales exceeding €1 billion EUR (approximately $1.1 billion USD) in a quarter,” said PUMA CEO Bjørn Gulden in a statement. “Our EBIT also developed very positively with a growth of 70 percent to €70 million EUR (approximately $76 USD). This great start further shows that PUMA is on the right path.”
  21. South Korean presidential front runner Moon Jae-in says he opposes homosexuality X