FBI Requests Information From Senate About the Sale of Baby Body Parts – Planned Parenthood?

The FBI has asked the Senate for unredacted documents it obtained from abortion providers, signaling agents may be investigating whether Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers illegally sold fetal tissue and body parts, according to sources familiar with the document request.

The request was made in recent days, the sources said, to the Senate Judiciary Committee, whose chairman, Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), last December referred Planned Parenthood and several other abortion providers to the FBI for investigation after a lengthy probe into the transfers of fetal tissue.

Full Article: The Hill

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‘Weinstein Effect’ is getting big outside the US

The Las Vegas Sun documents how women as outing people who took advantage of the power they welded over them:

‘Weinstein Effect’ goes global as powerful men confronted

The sexual harassment and assault allegations against Harvey Weinstein that rocked Hollywood and sparked a flurry of allegations in other American industries, as well as the political arena, are reaching far beyond U.S. borders. Emboldened by the women, and men, who have spoken up, the “Weinstein Effect” is rippling across the globe.

Nearly half of the “#metoo” mentions since the movement has been launched have come from outside the U.S., and decades-old accusations have led to the downfall of some of those countries’ most powerful men. Here’s a look at where the fallout — and the falls — have reverberated most strongly, from the United Kingdom and Israel to India and Peru.



Menendez trial deadlocked

Jurors in Sen. Bob Menendez’s corruption case were ordered to continue deliberations despite telling the judge Monday they were deadlocked in the trial of the Democratic senator accused of taking bribes for political favors.

In a note to U.S .District Judge William Walls, jurors wrote they “can’t reach a unanimous verdict.” Walls sent the 12-person panel home for the day but instructed deliberations to continue on Tuesday. The case against Menendez has taken several frustrating turns. Jurors have been told repeatedly not to read reports about the case.

Full Story: Fox News

Tom Sizemore Kicked Off Movie Set for Allegedly Molesting an 11 Year Old Girl

During the filming of Born Killers in 2003 Tom Sizemore was accused of inappropriately touching a girl. When this was reported he was sent home for the day. According to actress Robyn Adamson:

“At one point her eyes got just huge, like she could’ve vomited.” Afterwards, she said the young girl “had trouble taking direction.”

The following day casting director Catrine McGregor said the she got a call from the 11 Year Old Girl’s agent, informing her that the girl had told her mother she had been inappropriately touched.

Don’t forget, Sizemore has a history of violence, drug abuse, and possible sex addition.

Read More: A dozen cast and crewmembers tell THR that the actor was sent home after the girl told her parents about the incident.Original Title: Tom Sizemore Was Sent Home From a Movie Set for Allegedly Molesting an 11-Year-Old Girl

Brian the dog on Family Guy gets kicked out of his life for a stupid tweet, sound familiar?

Tell me if you’ve heard this before: someone makes a comment on Twitter and looses his family, his job, and or his freedom.  This pretty much happens to Brian the dog character on the Family Guy show.  He makes a stupid joke on Twitter and the entire town turns into a set of social justice warriors.  To keep their family safe from the radicals that are terrorizing them the Griffins through Brian out.  It end with the Brian eat budget store mac and cheese in a low rent apartment.

With the thought provoking show The Orville and this episodic arc for Brian I hope Seth MacFarlane is stepping away from his lowest common denominator humor that most of his recent television outings have degrading into.

Family Guy fans are not happy with ‘sad’ Brian Griffin twist: ‘That ending was depressing’

Brian is no longer the Griffin family’s dog, and it’s sad. This Sunday’s [12 November] episode of the Family Guy season 16 ended with the dog living in a run-down apartment eating macaroni and cheese, all alone.

In the episode, Brian sends out an insensitive tweet, which immediately goes viral, causing an angry mob to attack him and the Griffin family. Louis and Peter become outcasts, with the entire town shunning them for Brian’s actions.

Source: International Business Times UK

Postman around the world, don’t worry about this robot take you job any time soon

An automated delivery robot has begun shipping parcels for Australia Post, but experts say “Billy the Box” is ultimately a flawed design.

Australia’s government-run delivery company is trialling the “drinks cooler on wheels” in a Brisbane suburb over the next four weeks. Residents who miss delivery during business hours can request the robot redeliver the parcel in the evening. Billy the Box can only be opened by a code sent to the recipient via SMS.

But for the robot to work, it needs to be accompanied by a human and can only carry one package at a time.

Full Article: International Business Times UK

Lagerfeld sparks fury over migrants Holocaust comments

Fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld has sparked outrage by evoking the Holocaust as he attacked German Chancellor Angela Merkel for opening the country’s borders to migrants.

“One cannot — even if there are decades between them — kill millions of Jews so you can bring millions of their worst enemies in their place,” he told a French television show.

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Sutherland Springs opens memorial to church shooting victims

Surviving members of the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs, Texas, worshiped with hundreds of supporters Sunday during their first service since last week’s mass shooting. Pastor Frank Pomeroy, who was out of town during the Nov. 5 attack, delivered a heart-wrenching message under a large white tent set up on a nearby baseball field. “Rather than choose darkness as that young man did that day, we choose life. I know everyone who gave their life that day. Some of whom were my best friends, and my daughter,” Pomeroy said, his voice cracking as he paused to wipe tears from his eyes. “I guarantee they are dancing with Jesus today.” Pomeroy’s 14-year-old daughter Annabelle was one of the 26 people killed in the rampage. On Sunday evening, survivors entered the church for the first time since the shooting. After investigators finished their work at the site, crews filled bullet holes, replaced shattered windows, and painted every surface a brilliant white. Folding chairs with each victim’s name printed in gold across the front stood where each body fell. The memorial will remain open to the public during the week. Pomeroy has said he wants to demolish the structure and build a new church at another site.

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