The Daily Populous

Saturday August 20th, 2022 evening edition

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Anchor Roop Raj then asked Dixon about whether she would support terminating the pregnancy of a 14-year-old rape victim.

"We assume that that story is someone who was taken from the front yard, then returned," she told Raj.

"Those voices—the babies of rape victims—that have come forward are very powerful when you hear their story and what the truth is behind that.

MAGA nominee for MI Governor Tudor Dixon is asked why she is against a 14 year-old rape victim being allowed to get an abortion.

She says the bond that rape victims will have with their babies will help them heal. — Ron Filipkowski 🇺🇦 (@RonFilipkowski) August 19, 2022.

Dixon, 45, is a conservative commentator and business owner who clinched the Republican nomination after getting the last-minute support of Trump.

Despite the Supreme Court ruling in June that handed responsibility for abortion rights to states, the procedure remains legal for the time being in Michigan. »

Avatar News Airbender & Korra Netflix casting and release date

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Listings for a console game called “Avatar The Last Airbender: Quest for Balance” suddenly popped up on Amazon Japan and a few other obscure places.

Of course, if you follow Avatar News, you already knew from one of our previous exclusive reports that an ATLA console RPG was coming “much sooner than you think”.

This story system is why the game is prefixed with “Avatar: The Last Airbender” and not “Avatar”. »

Russia, Ukraine, And Urban Warfare

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He researches Russia and the former Soviet Union, specializing in Russian armed forces, military thought, capabilities, and strategy.

The discussion then explores some of the major urban battles that have taken place during the war, particularly in Kyiv and Mariupol.

Be sure to subscribe, and if you’re enjoying the Urban Warfare Project Podcast, please take a minute and leave the podcast a review or give it a rating!. »

Victorian man Simon Day convicted for climbing Uluru

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A Victorian man who illegally scaled Uluru has become the first person to be convicted since climbing the sacred rock was banned in 2019.

The decision to ban climbing on Uluru was made in 2017 and came into effect three years ago Thousands flocked to climb the rock before the ban came into effect.

It is estimated more than 35 people have died on Uluru since tourists began ascending it via a steep track during the 1930s. »

Costco violates animal welfare laws to sell $4.99 chicken, suit says

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What it didn’t lead to, according to a lawsuit filed this month in Seattle, were changes with Costco and its poultry operations, which the plaintiffs claim still violate animal welfare laws in Nebraska and Iowa.

The plaintiffs are represented by two firms that specialize in animal welfare and cruelty laws.

The suit notes that Costco released a statement in September regarding the welfare of its chickens. »