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Lamar Odom Spotted In Vegas With Mystery Woman Amid Khloe & Tristan Baby Drama

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Lamar Odom Spotted In Vegas With Mystery Woman Amid Khloe &Amp; Tristan Baby Drama

View gallery Image Credit: Shutterstock Does Lamar Odom, 42, have a new woman in his life? As his ex-wife Khloe Kardashian, 38, prepares to welcome her second baby, Lamar went to the Drais nightclub at Las Vegas’ Cromwell Hotel on July 25. The former basketball player and a mystery woman took a photo together, before […]



‘Stop Houston Murders’ PAC takes aim at ‘crime-soft Democrat judges’

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'Stop Houston Murders' Pac Takes Aim At 'Crime-Soft Democrat Judges'

Stop Houston Murders, a political action committee formed in Houston, Texas, to confront “soft-on-crime Democratic judges,” seeks to draw attention to the soaring rate of violent crime and murder in the city. city ​​and about the judges facilitating a criminal capture-and-release program.

“Our loved ones have been taken from us by criminals who should have been in prison, who have been released on tragically insufficient bonds to again murder, injure and intimidate again,” reads the PAC’s website.

Calling the practice “judge the violence,” the group seeks to “restore sanity and peace to Harris County” and “stop the horrific ongoing crime carnage in our city by educating the public, removing responsible for their duties and restoring functional criminal justice. system in Houston.

The website also notes that at the start of 2022, Houston had the highest murder rate of any major US city, “even higher than Chicago.” The same web page lists the cases and the names of the judges who presided over them.

The group lists three contributing factors to how violent crime has become such a huge problem in the city.

First, the website addresses the “catch and release” program in the city, saying, “Democrats seized control of Harris County government and courts in 2018. They quickly installed a revolving door at the courthouses with catch-and-release policies that free criminals from returning to the streets of the Houston area.

“Policies were put in place by choice – by Democratic judges and others following their party’s stated goal of ‘transforming’ the police, abolishing cash bail and ending sentences that are actually tough on crime,” the section continues. “They treat criminals as victims, rather than protecting the people who are actually being terrorized and destroyed by these criminals.”

The second factor listed is “delayed justice”, in which the group points out that the county has more than 135,000 untried criminal cases, 60,000 pending felony cases and 450 unadjusted capital murder cases.

“Judges don’t hold trials,” the section says. “Charged criminals are allowed to roam the streets. They have no incentive to return to court when the time for trial finally arrives.

“There is no excuse for these judges to release violent criminals to terrorize and murder us,” he exclaims.

Third, the group says there is a “lack of law enforcement resources.”

“Only a dozen people in the sheriff’s office are looking for more than 25,000 suspects,” the website says. “Police departments in the region are understaffed by nearly 2,000 officers, and trials are moving at a snail’s pace, leaving accused criminals free to commit other crimes.” The site continues:

Enforcement resources have been diverted to things like bike lanes and salaries rather than hiring desperately needed new officers. The police are demoralized by arresting offenders at great personal risk, only to see them immediately reappear on the streets.

The group held a rally in Houston on July 27 where family members of the victims told their stories.

“Harris County’s justice system is broken,” Aimee Castillo, whose brother was murdered by someone on bail, said at the rally. “josh [her brother] had the right to be in public and not be targeted by violent criminals who Harris County judges continue to allow back on the streets.

Breccan F. Thiès is a reporter for Breitbart News. You can follow him on Twitter @BreccanFThies.

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Has Sweden’s controversial Covid strategy paid off? In many ways he did – but he let the old people down

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Has Sweden'S Controversial Covid Strategy Paid Off? In Many Ways He Did - But He Let The Old People Down

By PTI August 13, 2022, 1:47 PM IST (Released)


In spring 2020, Sweden’s reported COVID death rate was among the highest in the world. Neighboring countries that implemented rapid lockdown measures, such as Norway and Denmark, are faring much better, and Sweden has been harshly criticized for its lax approach.

As much of the world shut down at the start of the COVID pandemic, Sweden remained open. The country’s approach was controversial, with some calling it “the Swedish experiment”. But nearly two and a half years after the start of the pandemic, what can we say today about the results of this “experiment”?

First, let’s recap what Sweden’s strategy looked like. The country has largely stuck to its pandemic plan, originally designed for use in the event of an influenza pandemic. Instead of lockdowns, the goal was to achieve social distancing through public health recommendations.

Swedes have been encouraged to work from home if possible and to limit travel within the country. In addition, people aged 70 or over have been asked to limit social contact and people with COVID symptoms have been asked to self-isolate. The goal was to protect the elderly and other high-risk groups while slowing the spread of the virus so the healthcare system is not overwhelmed.

As the number of cases increased, some restrictions were imposed. Public events were limited to a maximum of 50 people in March 2020 and eight people in November 2020. Visits to nursing homes were banned and high schools closed. Primary schools, however, remained open throughout the pandemic.

Face masks were not recommended for the general public during the first wave, and only in certain situations later in the pandemic.

In spring 2020, Sweden’s reported COVID death rate was among the highest in the world. Neighboring countries that implemented rapid lockdown measures, such as Norway and Denmark, are faring much better, and Sweden has been harshly criticized for its lax approach.


But defenders of Sweden’s strategy claimed it would pay off in the long run, arguing that the draconian measures were not sustainable and that the pandemic was a marathon, not a sprint.

So, has Sweden’s approach paid off?

Take excess mortality as a key example. This metric takes the total number of deaths and compares that figure to pre-pandemic levels, capturing the broader effects of the pandemic and accounting for incorrect reporting of COVID deaths.

Although Sweden was hit hard by the first wave, its total number of excess deaths in the first two years of the pandemic was actually among the lowest in Europe.

The decision to keep primary schools open has also paid off. The incidence of severe acute COVID in children has been low, and a recent study showed that Swedish children did not suffer from the learning loss seen in many other countries.

With this in mind, the Swedish strategy has gone from being a “disaster” and a “cautionary tale” to that of a “Scandinavian success story”. But to draw meaningful conclusions, it’s crucial to dig a little deeper into how Swedes have handled the pandemic.

Notably, any perception that Swedes have gone about their daily lives during the pandemic as if nothing has changed is wrong.

In a survey conducted by the Swedish Public Health Agency in spring 2020, more than 80% of Swedes said they had adapted their behavior, for example by practicing social distancing, avoiding crowds and public transport and working outside. residence. Aggregated mobile data confirmed that Swedes have reduced travel and mobility during the pandemic.

The Swedes were not forced to take action against the spread of the virus, but they did it anyway. This voluntary approach may not have worked everywhere, but Sweden has a history of high trust in authorities and people tend to comply with public health recommendations.

It is also difficult to compare Sweden’s results with those of countries other than Scandinavia which have very different social and demographic conditions.

Strengths and weaknesses

Despite the benefits of avoiding the lockdown, the Swedish response has not been flawless. At the end of 2020, the Corona Commission, an independent committee appointed by the government to assess Sweden’s response to the pandemic, found that the government and the Public Health Agency had largely failed in their ambition to protect older people.

At that time, almost 90% of people who died from COVID in Sweden were 70 or older. Half of these people lived in a nursing home and just under 30% received home help services.

Indeed, many problems within elderly care in Sweden have become evident during the pandemic. Structural shortcomings such as insufficient staffing have left care homes unprepared and ill-equipped to deal with the situation.

In its final report on the response to the pandemic, the Corona Commission concluded that stricter measures should have been taken at the start of the pandemic, such as quarantine for people returning from high-risk areas and a temporary ban entry into Sweden.

The commission, however, said the non-lockdown strategy was fundamentally reasonable and that the state should never interfere with the rights and freedoms of its citizens more than absolutely necessary. The commission also supported the decision to keep primary schools open.

By comparison, the Corona Commission in Norway, one of the few countries in Europe with lower excess mortality than Sweden, concluded that although Norway’s handling of the pandemic has been generally good, children have been hit hard. affected by the confinements and the authorities have not sufficiently protected them.

The aim of the Swedish strategy was to reduce the spread of the virus, but also to take into account other aspects of public health and to protect freedom and fundamental rights. While Sweden’s strategy remains controversial, most countries are now taking similar approaches to the lingering pandemic.

In hindsight, it seems a little unfair that the country that followed its pre-pandemic plan should be the country accused of conducting an experiment on its population. Perhaps Sweden should be seen as the control group instead, while the rest of the world underwent an experiment.


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3 ways to print from your iPad

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3 Ways To Print From Your Ipad

No matter how hard you try to avoid it, especially if you are one of the many people who use their iPad for work or school, you may want to print something. Fortunately, the iPad printing situation is much better than before. An Apple-designed system, AirPrint, works if you have the right printer – but even if you don’t, we have a few workarounds.

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The easiest way to print from any iOS device, including an iPad, is to use a printer that supports AirPrint. AirPrint is a technology that printer manufacturers can build into their devices, so you don’t need to install any additional drivers to get your iPad to “talk” to the printer.

Today, many printers are compatible with AirPrint. To check if you have an AirPrint printer or to find one to buy, check out Apple’s list here. To print a document, webpage, email, or other item from your iPad, follow these steps:

1. Connect your iPad and your printer to the same Wi-Fi network.

2. Find the document, web page or email you want to print.

3. Click the share button (usually at the top or bottom of the screen) and select To print.

4. The printer name should appear. If you have multiple AirPrint printers on your network, select the one you want from the list that appears.

Alternatives to AirPrint

There are several software and cloud-based options if you don’t have an AirPrint printer on your network. Google Cloud Print was shut down last year, but Printopia is a popular app alternative that still works. Install the software on your MacOS computer and it lets you print over Wi-Fi using your Mac as an intermediary, routing the file from the iPad to the printer. The handy thing is that no software is needed for the iPad – just install the macOS software and select your printer to share during the setup process.

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Printopia will use your Mac as an intermediary between the iPad and a printer.

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There are other programs that do the same thing, but this is the one we tested successfully in our lab. It’s free to try and $20 to buy.

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Manufacturer’s proprietary app

If your printer doesn’t support AirPrint or you want finer control, check to see if your printer has its own iOS app. Brands like HP and Lexmark have standalone apps to let you print directly from your iPad or iPhone. HP is the HP Smart app; Brother has the Brother Mobile Connect; Canon is the Canon Print Inkjet app; and Epson is the Epson iPrint. Note that while this guide is primarily for iPad users, these apps will also work with other iOS devices such as the iPhone.


Putting an iPad inside a printer won’t print your documents, but the steps in this guide will.

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Hizbul leader’s son and 3 others lose government jobs due to terrorism Link

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Hizbul Leader'S Son And 3 Others Lose Government Jobs Due To Terrorism Link

The four employees were terminated under Section 311 of the Constitution.

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In a massive crackdown on the terrorist ecosystem, Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir Manoj Sinha fired the services of four government employees, including the wife of Bitta Karate accused of terrorism and the son of Syed Salahuddin for having had ties to terrorism.

Assbah Arzoomand Khan, the wife of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front main terrorist Farooq Ahmed Dar aka Bitta Karate, is an officer in the Jammu and Kashmir Administrative Service (JKAS) in 2011. Muheet Ahmad Bhat, Scientist-D works with the University of Kashmir; Majid Hussain Qadri, Senior Assistant Professor, University of Kashmir, and Syed Abdul Mueed, IT Director, Jammu & Kashmir Entrepreneurship Development Institute (JKEDI), have all been dismissed citing Article 311 of the Constitution of India .

According to the government, Assbah Arzoomand Khan was removed from office because during investigations by the Union Territory Administration, it emerged that she was a secessionist with close ties to terrorist groups and the agency Pakistani intelligence ISI.

“She came into the limelight during the Karate trial. Assabah first got a job at Sher e Kashmir University of Agricultural Science and Technology, Kashmir in 2003. Her appointment was reportedly a backdoor and seems been handled by someone in the administration,” an official said. officer part of the JK administration revealed.

According to him, it was also revealed that between 2003 and 2007, she was absent from work for months without any action being taken against her. Eventually, she was sacked in August 2007.

“While she was away from work, she traveled to Germany, the UK, Helsinki, Sri Lanka and Thailand,” he added.

The investigation also revealed that she worked as a courier for the JKLF. “During most of her travels, she used to fly via various airports but returned to India by road from Nepal or Bangladesh,” said an official familiar with the ongoing investigation against her.

According to the record kept by the UT administration, Assbah Arzoomand Khan passed his JKAS exam in 2011 and married Bitta Karate within months.

According to the JK administration’s list, Muheet Ahmad Bhat – a D scientist from the Department of Computer Science at the University of Kashmir – was also fired for terrorist links.

“Muheet was an executive member of Kashmir University Teachers Association (KUTA) from 2017 to 2019 and its president from 2017 to 2019. He played a key role in organizing student and street protests in 2016 in which many young people died,” said an official who is part of the investigation.

According to him, a member of KUTA, Muheet Ahmad Bhat distributed KUTA funds to rock flayers and some families of terrorists. According to the JK administration file, in January 2018, he provided financial assistance to the families of Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists.

“He also arranged funds to pay the families of terrorists killed by security forces. KUTA had carefully avoided his registration as a company to avoid audit scanners but continued to use banking channels. He is considered to be a key man who radicalized students and carried out Pakistani propaganda in Kashmir,” the filing states.

The dossier further states that Majid Hussain Qadri is a hard-line LeT terrorist. “When Qadri was an MBA student at Kashmir University in 2001, he came into contact with two Pakistani LeT terrorists in August 2001 and became LeT’s contact person for Kashmir University for radicalization, recruitment,” the file says, adding that in 2002 he was tasked with acting as a gun smuggler for terrorists. In 2003, he was assigned the position of LeT spokesman and continued until his arrest in June 2004. A sniper rifle was also recovered from him. He was detained under Jammu and Kashmir’s public security law for two years and later acquitted by the court.

In March 2007, he was appointed as a contract lecturer at the University of Kashmir. “His recruitment file was never sent to the CID for character verification. He was appointed as an assistant professor at the University of Kashmir in 2010. He is currently working as an assistant professor in the Department of Management Studies,” said a senior administration official JK. .

Syed Abdul Mueed, son of the so-called Supreme Commander of Hizbul Mujahideen, was also sacked. He worked as IT Manager at JKEDI.

In 2012, Syed Abdul Mueed was appointed IT consultant on a contract basis. Sources said the rules were bent to name him. At least three members of the selection board were also made up of officers known to be sympathetic to terrorism. His contract position was later transformed into a permanent position.

“Also in his case, no mandatory CID verification was carried out,” a JK administration official said.

Interestingly, Salahudin’s two other sons, Ahmad Shakeel and Shahid Yousuf, were also inducted into the government system in the 2000s in flagrant violation of standards while bypassing the vetting process. Both were sacked and are now in jail awaiting trial.


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This Mean Girls Cast Group Chat Update Is So Interesting

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This Mean Girls Cast Group Chat Update Is So Interesting

The mean girls the enduring bond of the cast is beyond grool.

Eighteen years after the first theatrical release of the fan-favorite film, Jonathan Bennett– who played the iconic role of Aaron Samuels in comedy – gives an adorable update on his longtime friendships with his former co-stars.

“I’m talking to Dany [Franzese]I’m talking to Lindsay [Lohan]I’m talking to Amanda [Seyfried] once in a while,” he exclusively told E! News. pop of the day at Hallmark Channel’s Christmas-Con 2022. “We have a mean girls group chat that lights up every October 3.”

As die-hard fans recall, October 3 was officially dubbed Mean Girls Day because of the scene in which Lohan’s character, Cady Haron, asks Aaron out on the date in an attempt to flirt.

“It’s like a family,” Bennett continued. “We all need to be involved in this really special movie that meant a lot to a lot of people and you don’t always come in your career.”

Her co-star Lacey Chabert—aka Gretchen Wieners—echoed Bennett’s sentiments at Christmas-Con, telling E! “it feels like no time has passed” since the filming of the 2004 film.


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How my Tim Tebow Foundation works to save survivors of high-risk human trafficking

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How My Tim Tebow Foundation Works To Save Survivors Of High-Risk Human Trafficking

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Quinze has been a special number for me over the years. I’ve won a few high-stakes matches and celebrated a handful of amazing moments wearing this number on my back, memories for which I’m forever grateful. But today, the number “15” represents something infinitely more important to me than a match.

Before I share with you why this number means something different to me now, however, I must go back to 2020. At that time, my foundation, the Tim Tebow Foundation (TTF), had been quietly involved in the fight against human trafficking. for many years. And by the grace of God, we had witnessed some victories. But some wasn’t enough. There is not “enough” when it comes to saving people from darkness.

As my team and I felt increasingly overwhelmed by the lives we had no access to and how widespread and pervasive this evil is, the more urgent the rescue mission became.

The buying and selling of God’s children as if they were no more than cattle in the market is happening every hour of every day and in every part of the world. It’s happening in your city, probably in your postcode. To fight such a powerful darkness, orchestrated by the enemy himself, an army was needed.


So, in August 2020, TTF publicly announced the fight against human trafficking as our fourth focus area, an initiative that met with a quick and strong response from passionate supporters around the world.

To this end, one of the means by which we have raised awareness has been through the rescue team, an army that now has thousands of people committed to the fight against trafficking through monthly financial support, advocacy initiatives and prayers.

Over the past two years, God’s favor and the support of so many people have enabled us to gain some ground. In partnership with 10 like-minded ministries, we have helped rescue thousands of victims in the United States and on four other continents.

We expanded survivor care through the construction and/or operation of 18 shelters in 6 countries. We have organized awareness and prevention training to equip a growing number of defenders.

Tim And Demi Tebow At A Shelter For Battered Women In Uganda.  The House Opened Its Doors In February 2022.

Tim and Demi Tebow at a shelter for battered women in Uganda. The house opened its doors in February 2022.

Together we served the victims in their darkest hour of need and walked hand-in-hand with them as they emerged from unimaginable darkness into the light. And we’ve seen God do the miraculous.


I think of Natalie, a homeless ex-serviceman who found herself trapped in trafficking when two men “rescued” her from the street, locked her in a bedroom in their house and gave her nothing but food. alcohol for days while other men abused her. the clock.

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Tim and Demi-Leigh Tebow

I think of Mimi, a woman who hid all night in a Ugandan banana plantation after her trafficker sold her to a cannibal and her life was at stake.

I think of Elly, a now-teenage Filipina whose own mother became her freak when she forced her then nine-year-old daughter to “put on a show” for a strange man on the other side of a screen. computer.

Glory to God, none of their stories ended there. These three women were rescued and have since taken important steps in their individual journey to restoration.


To be honest, there are days when the mission to which God has called me takes precedence over my own selfish priorities. And there are days when I feel totally overwhelmed by an evil that has such total disregard for human life itself. But then I think of the survivors we met who found healing and hope.

I am thinking of those to come whose names we do not yet know. And sometimes I think of those we don’t have access to. Those whose stories we would have shared if only we had consulted them more quickly. And they are the ones that motivate me to turn my eyes to the Lord again and trust that He will equip us with everything we need for the battles ahead.

This brings me back to the “15” I talked about earlier.


A few months ago, our corporate partners at Rapha International approached us with an urgent need expressed by law enforcement and government officials in Thailand: a need to expand their operations by providing additional security to survivors of the high-risk deals with active court cases.

At this very moment, 15 girls need this specialized protection. Fifteen girls still extremely vulnerable to danger at the hands of ruthless traffickers who will deploy any tactics necessary to silence their victims before they can testify. Fifteen girls who are daughters of God – priceless, yet some of whom have price tags on their heads right now.


This is why I answered with a quick and emphatic yes when the TTF team recommended that we step in to help build a protection center in Thailand.

Tim Tebow

Once constructed, the TTF Protection Center will protect up to 60 high-risk survivors each year through the implementation of some of the most stringent security measures available, while providing holistic, gospel-centered care to hands of trauma-informed personnel.

At TTF, we often say that the timeline of those we serve is far more important than our own. For these 15 girls, this is unmistakably the case. Every day they wait for this center is a day they are still vulnerable.

Can you imagine living like this? So many of us fall asleep most nights unafraid of what the next day has in store for us. We bow our heads in peace, and yet how often do we stop to say thank you to God for such a gift?


Honestly, I think most of us, myself included, take our freedom for granted. I think we take the peace we live in for granted.

I have no idea what it’s like to put myself in their shoes…to be treated like I’m disposable, nothing more than a pawn in someone else’s game. But what I do know is that every person on this Earth is created and infinitely loved by a God who came to set us free, and who died and rose again to give us peace in the present and hope in the future. coming. And if they were worth dying for, then they are worth fighting for.

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