The Daily Populous

Tuesday September 6th, 2022 day edition

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Ben Stiller and Sean Penn have been permanently banned from Russia over America's 'Russophobic course'.

Actors Sean Penn and Ben Stiller have been officially and permanently banned from entering Russia, as are 23 other "members of the US Congress, high-ranking officials, representatives of the business and expert communities, as well as cultural figures.".

Russia's foreign ministry made the announcement Monday in response to what it calls "the ever-expanding personal sanctions by the G. Biden Administration against Russian citizens.".

EW reached out to representatives for Penn and Stiller for comment, but we imagine they're not losing sleep over it.

Ben Stiller, Sean Penn Ben Stiller and Sean Penn are among 25 individuals who've been permanently banned from entering Russia.

Penn had traveled to Ukraine to make a documentary for Vice as Russia was planning its invasion of the sovereign nation.

Seeking safety is a right, and it needs to be upheld for every person. »

Opinion | The GOP reaction to Biden’s speech shows that his anti-MAGA strategy is working

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He hasn’t gotten everything he wanted, but from a legislative standpoint, this is one of the most successful presidencies in decades.

But note that Biden wasn’t calling out all Republicans — he was not, contrary to the GOP talking points, attacking “half the country.”

The GOP reaction to Biden’s speech has been so hysterical, one suspects, precisely because Republicans fear that his strategy — of turning “MAGA” into a toxic brand — might succeed. »

One suspect found dead, one still on the run after killed 10 in Canada stabbings: "No one in this town is ever going to sleep again"

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Earlier Monday, police said a vehicle reportedly carrying the two suspects had been spotted in the Regina area.

We're still of course monitoring the situation closely and we urge everyone to follow all the updates from the authorities.

A sign on the door said: "Due to safety concerns with our community we will remain closed until further notice.". »