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Sunday June 30th, 2019 evening edition

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The Satanic Temple or “The Satanic Temple” is now considered a church by the IRS (Internal Revenue Service), and may apply for grants based on faith.

The Satanic Temple has received tax-exempt status, which places it on the same footing as major religions, such as Catholicism and organizations such as the Salvation Army.

The recognition means that the Satanic Temple, which has 16 chapters in the US and thousands of followers around the world, you can apply for certain federal grants.

The followers of the Satanic Temple are a group that sees Satan as a symbol against tyrannical authority. ”

The Satanic Temple, which was founded in 2013, is featured in a movie called ” Hail Satan?

The Satanic Temple emphasizes that it is different from the Church of Satan that was founded in 1966 by Anton Szandor LaVey.

Instead, the Satanic Temple says its objectives are “to reject tyrannical authority” and to protest against exemptions for religions. »

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Sanders is right: Republican tax cuts cost more than forgiving student debt

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In this election cycle, the candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination is promising to forgive all outstanding student loan debt.

A counter-argument put forward by politicians like Sanders and the New York representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is that Republican tax cuts have cost the government more money than would student loan forgiveness.

Estimates of the cost of the Republican Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 vary. »

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He supported himself with several unskilled jobs throughout the early 1950s, taking numerous roles in television and repertory theatre productions.

Again Scott refused an Academy Award nomination; nevertheless, he won an Oscar for his remarkable tour de force.

Scott was reteamed with his 12 Angry Men costar, Jack Lemmon, for his final performance, a television production of Inherit the Wind (1999). »