The Daily Populous

Sunday October 14th, 2018 night edition

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Iowa's largest and most influential newspaper, The Des Moines Register, slammed Representative Steve King (Republican - Iowa) in a scathing editorial that went also after the GOP as a whole.

"This one's a no-brainer for any Iowan who has cringed at eight-term incumbent King’s increasing obsession with being a cultural provocateur.

In his almost 16 years in Congress, King has passed exactly one bill as primary sponsor, redesignating a post office.

Instead, he spends his time meeting with fascist leaders in Europe and retweeting neo-Nazis.".

Later, the paper noted it not only endorsed Democrat J.D. Scholten "as an antidote for King’s virulent xenophobia but as a promising new leader.".

In support of Dutch politician Geert Wilders, he once tweeted, for instance: "Wilders understands that culture and demographics are our destiny.

A survey from Emerson colleged showed the GOP candidate had a 10-point advantage. »

Grandparents rights when spouse is deceased? : legaladvice

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We had been living near Boston together since 2008, but after his death, I moved away to my hometown (Edmonton, AB).

My baby was born 2 months prematurely, and spent close to 3 months in the NICU.

When my baby was 7 months old, I took her to NY to see her paternal grandparents. »

Communist challenger exposes cracks in Putin’s grip on power

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In the far east, another Communist candidate looked set for victory until a suspicious burst of votes for the pro-government candidate.

Moscow cancelled the election wholesale for ballot-stuffing, the first time that’s happened since the 1990s.

But somewhere along the line, this turned into a real election, which the authorities have tried to cancel. »

Saudis Threaten Global Economic Repercussions if Punished for 'Murdered' Journalist

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Read more: Saudi Stock Market Plummets After Trump Threatens 'Severe Punishment' Over Missing Journalist ■ 'Fake News' From Qatar or a Sign of MBS's Brutal Rule: Saudi Arabia Roiled by 'Murder' of Journalist.

"I'm waiting for the truth and complete clarity to be established ", Macron said in an interview with France 24 television. »

It’s better to be born rich than gifted

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The least-gifted children of high-income parents graduate from college at higher rates than the most-gifted children of low-income parents.

Only about 24 percent of people born to low-income fathers in that high-potential group graduate from college.

That means they’re at least as likely to graduate from college as the highest-scoring low-income students. »