Actresses to Bring Activists as Guests to Golden Globes

A-list actresses including Meryl Streep, Susan Sarandon, Emma Stone, and Laura Dern will bring activists along as their guests to this Sunday’s Golden Globes, in a year in which the entertainment industry’s sexual harassment scandal and the #MeToo movement have dominated the conversation.

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Wall Supporters, Left-Wing Activists Clash at Border Rally

Clashes broke out at a rally held on Saturday by activists supporting President Donald Trump’s border wall in Otay Mesa, California, as left-wing counter-protesters taunted them and chanted for amnesty for illegal aliens.

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Jerusalem Chief Rabbi’s Comments Calling LGBT ‘Abomination’ Sparks Firestorm

TEL AVIV – Comments made by Chief Rabbi of Jerusalem Shlomo Amar that the LGBT community is “a cult of abomination” and gays can be punished by the death penalty according to Jewish law has prompted a firestorm in which police complaints of incitement have been filed against Amar and members of Knesset are calling for his immediate removal.

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Activists Shine ‘Refugees Welcome’ Message On White Cliffs Of Dover

Left wing activists have projected the words ‘Refugees Welcome’ on the White Cliffs of Dover ahead of Saturday’s showdown between neo-Nazis and anti-fascists in the nearby town. The activist group Global Justice Now transformed the iconic geological feature, which is

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Victory Lap: CNN Airs ‘Blackfish’ After SeaWorld Sinks Orca Shows

CNN re-aired the 2013 documentary Blackfish on Saturday night — just two days after SeaWorld CEO Joel Manby announced that the theme park will surrender to the environmentalists that have aggressively attacked SeaWorld’s orca captivity program, and end both orca shows and captive breeding.

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LGBT Activists Celebrate White House Access To Pope Francis

Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender activists celebrated their access to the White House to view the welcoming ceremonies for Pope Francis, after a week of political controversy over their invitations. The White House downplayed the controversy by reminding critics that they were more than 11,000 people attending the event on the South Lawn of the White House.

Barack Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama and Pope Francis wave during an arrival ceremony on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, DC, September 23, 2015. More than 15,000 people packed the South Lawn for a full ceremonial welcome on Pope Francis' historic maiden visit to the United …