The Daily Populous

Wednesday July 3rd, 2019 evening edition

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| Sue Ogrocki/AP Photo 2020 Elections NRA meltdown has Trump campaign sweating Republicans worry that the NRA and two other groups that have long formed the core of their electoral infrastructure will be effectively on the sidelines.

Now, the gun rights group is in total meltdown — and senior Republicans and Trump 2020 officials are alarmed.

The predicament has so troubled some Republicans that they are calling on the famously secretive NRA to address its 2020 plans.

“No organization has been more important to conservative voter education and engagement than the NRA.

“Infighting and accusations playing out almost daily in the national media regarding the NRA have not been helpful.

The NRA was one of the most enthusiastic backers of Donald Trump in 2016.

The uncertainty surrounding all three groups is likely to increase pressure on America First Action, a super PAC devoted to backing Trump. »

'This. Hurts. Babies': Doctors alarmed at weekend courses teaching chiropractors how to adjust newborn spines

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“Charlatans,” Dr. Moira Stilwell, a physician and former B.C. MLA said in a recent Twitter thread about the weekend seminar.

The International Chiropractic Pediatric Association, which has falsely claimed that mercury in vaccines causes autism, is organizing the weekend courses.

The Ontario Chiropractic Association, meanwhile, said pediatric care is within the regulated scope of practice granted through legislation in Ontario. »

You Know Who Agrees With Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez About “Internment” Camps? People Who Actually Lived Through Them. – Mother Jones

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Ikeda joined about two dozen of the World War II detainees and their descendants outside Fort Sill.

These protesters, many elderly, were met by uniformed military police, one of whom shouted, “You need to move right now!

I’ll leave you with this image from the Fisher Towers Recreation Site in Utah, courtesy of the Interior Department’s Twitter feed. »

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