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Steve Malzberg
On Fox News, Malzberg leading the charge with this video suggesting Chelsea Clinton’s pregnancy is being effectively “staged” to help her mother win the 2016 presidential election.
“Well, now I’m not saying, when I say staged I have to believe she’s pregnant, if she says she’s pregnant,” he said. “I don’t mean that they’re making up she’s pregnant. But what great timing! I mean purely accidental, purely an act of nature, purely just left up to God.”
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Steve Malzberg

On Fox News, Malzberg leading the charge with this video suggesting Chelsea Clinton’s pregnancy is being effectively “staged” to help her mother win the 2016 presidential election.

“Well, now I’m not saying, when I say staged I have to believe she’s pregnant, if she says she’s pregnant,” he said. “I don’t mean that they’re making up she’s pregnant. But what great timing! I mean purely accidental, purely an act of nature, purely just left up to God.”

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Gurbaksh Chahal
The internet entreprenuer was arrested in August 2013 and accused of hitting his girlfriend 117 times during a 30-minute attack that was allegedly caught on a security camera in his bedroom. No jail time - will  serve 25 hours of community service and three years’ probation.
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Gurbaksh Chahal

The internet entreprenuer was arrested in August 2013 and accused of hitting his girlfriend 117 times during a 30-minute attack that was allegedly caught on a security camera in his bedroom. No jail time - will  serve 25 hours of community service and three years’ probation.

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Bill O’Reilly
Blaming Beyoncé for teen pregnancy: “She knows — this woman knows — that young girls are getting pregnant in the African-American community,” O’Reilly complained on his Friday show. “Now it’s about 70 percent out of wedlock. She knows and doesn’t seem to care.” (That figure is incorrect)
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Bill O’Reilly

Blaming Beyoncé for teen pregnancy: “She knows — this woman knows — that young girls are getting pregnant in the African-American community,” O’Reilly complained on his Friday show. “Now it’s about 70 percent out of wedlock. She knows and doesn’t seem to care.” (That figure is incorrect)


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Ohio state Sen. Kris Jordan
Introduced a bill that would ban abortions after the detection of a fetal heartbeat, which can be as early as six weeks into a pregnancy, before many women know they are pregnant.
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Ohio state Sen. Kris Jordan

Introduced a bill that would ban abortions after the detection of a fetal heartbeat, which can be as early as six weeks into a pregnancy, before many women know they are pregnant.

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Judge Jan Jurden
Sentenced Robert H. Richards IV, a chemical heir and admitted child rapist (he sexually abused his three year-old daughter) to an 8-year suspended sentence because he will not “fare well” if he is sentenced to prison.
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Judge Jan Jurden

Sentenced Robert H. Richards IV, a chemical heir and admitted child rapist (he sexually abused his three year-old daughter) to an 8-year suspended sentence because he will not “fare well” if he is sentenced to prison.

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MS State Rep. Sam Mims
Sponsored a bill imposing burdensome regulations on abortion clinics and has filed a bill that would impose age restrictions on emergency contraception sales in his state. Under HB 29, young women in Mississippi would only be allowed to purchase over-the-counter Plan B if they’re over the age of 18, while minors would be required to go through a health care professional.
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MS State Rep. Sam Mims

Sponsored a bill imposing burdensome regulations on abortion clinics and has filed a bill that would impose age restrictions on emergency contraception sales in his state. Under HB 29, young women in Mississippi would only be allowed to purchase over-the-counter Plan B if they’re over the age of 18, while minors would be required to go through a health care professional.

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Judge David C. Bury
Denied a request by Planned Parenthood to halt implementation of an Arizona law which prohibits medicinal abortions in the eighth and ninth week of pregnancy, including use of the RU-486 pill, until its constitutionality has been resolved.
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Judge David C. Bury

Denied a request by Planned Parenthood to halt implementation of an Arizona law which prohibits medicinal abortions in the eighth and ninth week of pregnancy, including use of the RU-486 pill, until its constitutionality has been resolved.

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Alabama Rep. Ed Henry
Spearheaded a bill to extend the state’s abortion waiting period to 48 hours. Twenty years ago he took a girlfriend to have an abortion.
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Alabama Rep. Ed Henry

Spearheaded a bill to extend the state’s abortion waiting period to 48 hours. Twenty years ago he took a girlfriend to have an abortion.

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Michael Hayden, the former director of the CIA
Tried to discredit Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s criticisms of the CIA’s secret torture programs by saying the senator is too “emotional.”
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Michael Hayden, the former director of the CIA

Tried to discredit Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s criticisms of the CIA’s secret torture programs by saying the senator is too “emotional.”

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U.S. district Judge Richard Kopf 
“Around these parts there is a wonderfully talented and very pretty female lawyer who is in her late twenties. She is brilliant, she writes well, she speaks eloquently, she is zealous but not overly so, she is always prepared, she treats others, including her opponents, with civility and respect, she wears very short skirts and shows lots of her ample chest. I especially appreciate the last two attributes.”
His three rules for women in the legal profession: First, “You can’t win. Men are both pigs and prudes. Get over it.” Second, “It is not about you. That goes double when you are appearing in front of a jury.” And finally, “Think about the female law clerks. If they are likely to label you, like Jane Curtin, an ignorant slut behind your back, tone it down.”
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U.S. district Judge Richard Kopf 

Around these parts there is a wonderfully talented and very pretty female lawyer who is in her late twenties. She is brilliant, she writes well, she speaks eloquently, she is zealous but not overly so, she is always prepared, she treats others, including her opponents, with civility and respect, she wears very short skirts and shows lots of her ample chest. I especially appreciate the last two attributes.”

His three rules for women in the legal profession: First, “You can’t win. Men are both pigs and prudes. Get over it.” Second, “It is not about you. That goes double when you are appearing in front of a jury.” And finally, “Think about the female law clerks. If they are likely to label you, like Jane Curtin, an ignorant slut behind your back, tone it down.”

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