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This Is The Most Easily Believable Story About Donald Trump’s Marriage


      So it is not us that are disgusted by him alone its his wife to?

      This Is the Most Easily Believable Story About Donald Trump’s Marriage

      Jordan Sargent
      SpinMarch 22, 2017
      This Is the Most Easily Believable Story About Donald Trump’s Marriage
      This week's cover of Us Weekly bears a coverline that reads "MELANIA'S SECRETS." What are those secrets? That she quietly believes Views is better than More Life but is too scared to express this on her favorite online forum, Rap Genius? No. It's that she hates her husband and they never sleep in the same bed. The tabloid cites multiple sources alleging…

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      The Youngest Opioid Epidemic Victims Are Toddlers

      Well parents here it is a clear picture of who we need to be more careful with our medicine bottles and that we close them good and make sure that they are closed. The live of these children depends on them because just one pill can kill these children as we can read here it is a tragedy that that happened and I am sure it was an accident but I hope that parents from now on will be very aware of how they close their bottles.

      The Youngest Opioid Epidemic Victims Are Toddlers

      MILWAUKEE (AP) — Curious toddlers find the drugs in a mother's purse or accidentally dropped on the floor. Sometimes a parent fails to secure the child-resistant cap on a bottle of painkillers.

      No matter how it happens, if a 35-pound toddler grabs just one opioid pill, chews it and releases the full concentration of a time-released adult drug into their small bodies, death can come swiftly.

      These are some of the youngest victims of the nation's opioid epidemic — children under age 5 who die after swallowing opioids. The number of children's deaths is still small relative to the overall toll from opioids, but toddler fatalities have climbed steadily over the last 10 years.

      In 2000, 14 children in the U.S. under age 5 died after ingesting opioids. By 2015, that number climbed to 51, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, alone, four children died last year of accidental overdoses. Another 2-year-old perished in January.

      Each family who loses a toddler to opioids confronts a death that probably could have been prevented.

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      Baby Born With 4 Legs And 2 Spines Thrives After Risky Surgery Removes Two

      Can you imagine your child having extra limbs and they have to operate to take them away so the baby can live a normal life what makes it easier for her to move around. We can be so happy that the operation was a success and that she can go home to her own mother soon , a mother who hasn't seen her daughter in months and then can finally take her in her arms again and hold her close to her heart, yes it will be a joyous home coming for the little child who had the operation to remove the extra limbs from her little body, thank God we have great doctors here there are none better.

      Baby Born with 4 Legs and 2 Spines Thrives After Risky Surgery Removes Two Extra Limbs

      Deborah Hastings,Inside Edition Tue, Mar 21 3:16 PM PDT

      The very young life of Baby Dominique is now forever changed.

      She was born in the Ivory Coast, with four legs and two spines, the result of a twin who died in utero and was absorbed by Dominique's body.

      At 10 months, after flying nearly 9,000 miles, the child underwent a massive, risky surgery to remove two of the extra limbs, which protruded from her neck and were weighing on her spines and overtaxing her heart and lungs, physicians said.

      After more than six hours of surgery at Advocate Children's Hospital in Illinois, Dominique is sitting up, laughing and on her way to a much better future.

      "She's great," foster mom Nancy Swabb told InsideEdition.com Tuesday as Dominique wailed in the background. "She's doing very well."

      Dominique, apparently a little hungry, abruptly piped down when Swabb gave her a bottle.

      The baby arrived in Chicago in February, courtesy of Ohio-based charity Children's Medical Mission West, to prepare for an extremely complex surgery requiring a 50-person medical team of surgeons, plastic surgeons, nurses and technicians.

      The nonprofit group provides life-changing surgeries to needy children around the globe.

      Swabb had never heard of the group before seeing a Facebook post seeking a host family for Baby Dominique while she underwent, and recuperated from, painstaking surgery to remove a parasitic twin.

      Swabb "saw a photo of sweet little Dominique and her mother" in Abidjan, and that was it.

      She sent an application and letters of recommendation. Her husband felt as she did. In little more than a week, Dominique was in their arms.

      The couple have two adopted children, ages 9 and 15, and so had already undergone detailed background checks, Swabb said.

      "It's really an amazing story about trust and hope," she said. "Here we are helping another family. They just happen to live on a different continent."

      She sends updates and photos to an advocate at the organization, where they translated into French and sent on to Dominique's parents. As soon as physicians say she is able, Dominique will return the her family, accompanied on the long flight home by an escort.

      Surgeons left both spines intact because they seem to be functioning, Swabb said. "She has full mobility. She is doing what a 10-month-old can do. She's moving her toes and fingers."

      The baby, who has sprouted two teeth and learned to wave since coming to America, may be heading to Africa as early as next month.

      "It's got to be unbelievably hard for her mother, being separated from her baby for two months," Swabb said.

      But when the time comes, saying goodbye to Dominique isn't going to be easy for the host mother.

      "I'm dreading it," Swabb said.

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      Infant Twin Girls Found Dead Inside Apartment

      What happened here , did they die of sudden infant syndrome or is there a different story here.

      They haven't said what happened to the children and we can only guess and that is not fair because they could have been having a bug that made them sick who knows I guess we just have to wait and see if we get more info about this so strange dead of these twin babies that died suddenly.

      Infant twin girls found dead inside apartment

      March 22, 2017 | 4:43pm |

      The Pine Apartments in Lindenwold, New Jersey Google Maps

      Two infant twin girls turned “purple” and died Wednesday morning in a southern New Jersey apartment, according to a report.

      The mother of the 7-month-old babies frantically called 911 around 8 a.m. and told a dispatcher her baby twins couldn’t breathe, reports said.

      “My twins are purple. They’re not breathing!” the woman can be heard saying on the call, which was obtained by a local media outlet.

      The operator told her to try CPR, but her efforts were fruitless and she was unable to revive them, reports said.

      Tasia Mayweather, a family friend of the father, said he asked her for a ride to the Lindenwold apartment as the incident was unfolding but they arrived too late, the Courier-Post reported.

      Mayweather told the paper he’s “torn up” over the incident: “He was so excited to be a father, and now for this to happen … I can’t imagine,” Mayweather said.

      She told the paper she had seen the kids Monday and “everyone seemed fine, healthy, no sickness.”

      The Camden County Prosecutor’s Office is handling the investigation and has not released any information pertaining to the twins’ deaths. They confirmed two children under 1 year were found unresponsive and have not returned requests for comment.

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      The Kids Are Far Right - The Boston Globe



          "Donald Trump’s unlikely rise to power has given a boost to a new sect of young conservatives who are vying to become players in a quickly evolving right-wing media landscape.

          "Brash, articulate, and telegenic, they espouse controversial opinions in a world where progress is measured in clicks, social media followers, and Fox News appearances — and where, as BU student Fuentes puts it, “a nobody can become a somebody,” sometimes overnight."


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          Killing Science And Culture Doesn't Make The Nation Stronger



              "Scientists throughout the country across a wide spectrum of fields, from biochemists to physicists, are bemoaning the potentially devastating impact on science and technology in the United States of President Trump’s proposed budget request to Congress. As much as the scientific enterprise, and with it the development of new technologies necessary for the long term economic health and security of the nation will be hobbled should the budget requests be approved, the budget—which purports to strengthen our security via large increases in national defense and homeland security—paradoxically undermines the nations fundamental strength by presenting a broad attack on our culture that could be more devastating than any threat posed by a wave of illegal immigrants.

              "The President’s budget reflects a consistent and fundamental vision about American strength that is fundamentally at odds with a vision presented by almost 50 years ago by the physicist Robert Wilson, the first director of the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory near Chicago at which a large particle accelerator was being built. When testifying before Congress about the machine and its cost, Wilson was asked if it completion would aid in the defense of the nation. His answer is striking.

              No Sir…I don’t believe so…. It has only to do with the respect with which we regard one another, the dignity of men, our love of culture... It has to do with are we good painters, good sculptors, great poets? I mean all the things we really venerate in our country and are patriotic about. It has nothing to do directly with defending our country except to make it worth defending."


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              Girl Meets Pope. Girl Steals His Hat.

              It's 3-year-old Estella Westrick's first afternoon in Rome and she's already causing a stir.
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