Trump Wins Iowa With 7.8% Of Registered GOP Iowans

Less than an hour after the Iowa Republican caucuses began, the Associated Press declared Donald Trump would be the winner.

As some polls had predicted, Trump won by nearly 30 points with (at this writing) 56,260 votes.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis came in a distant second with 23,420 votes, and former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley right behind in third with 21,085 votes. Continue reading “Trump Wins Iowa With 7.8% Of Registered GOP Iowans”

NYE Kiss Couple Talk About Internet Reaction + More News

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OUT: CNN’s New Year’s Eve telecast featured a gay, interracial couple kissing during the official countdown to 2024. Jake Eriksson and Corin Christian chat with Out about how they met and reflect on the response they’ve gotten to their now-iconic New Year’s Eve kiss on CNN. Continue reading “NYE Kiss Couple Talk About Internet Reaction + More News”

Judge: DeSantis Spread Lies About Trans Healthcare + More News

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis

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NBC News: A federal judge hearing a challenge to a transgender health care ban in Florida noted that Gov. Ron DeSantis repeatedly spread false information about doctors mutilating children’s genitals even though there have been no such documented cases. Continue reading “Judge: DeSantis Spread Lies About Trans Healthcare + More News”

DeSantis Claims Credit For Federal Funds In Florida

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) announced he “awarded” more than $28 million earlier this week to “expand semiconductor manufacturing” in the Sunshine State.

What he failed to mention is the funds he “awarded” came from the federal CHIPS and Science Act passed by a Democratic controlled Congress and signed into law by President Biden. Continue reading “DeSantis Claims Credit For Federal Funds In Florida”

Greece Elects Out Gay Man To Lead Major Political Party + More News

Stefanos Kasselakis
Stefanos Kasselakis (screen capture)

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Politico: Members of Greece’s leftist Syriza party elected 35-year-old Stefanos Kasselakis to head the country’s second-largest political party. Kasselakis is the first openly gay person to lead a Greek political party. Continue reading “Greece Elects Out Gay Man To Lead Major Political Party + More News”