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Israeli high school students march to Jerusalem to protest violence in the Gaza envelope

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High school students living in the Gaza envelope are marching 90 km (56 miles) to Jerusalem to protest violence in their region. The first rockets were fired from the Gaza strip into Israel in 2002; students who grew up in the region have never known a life where imminent rocket attacks were not a possibility.

The Gaza envelope is the Israeli land surrounding the Gaza strip. This area is the most targeted by attacks coming from Palestinian terrorists in Gaza. Rockets, mortars, and balloon attacks have forced Israelis in the area to live in constant fear.

“We are walking from here to Jerusalem with Shaar HaNegev School because we want our voices heard and we want change,” said one student.

Americans do not have to live with the constant threat of fire raining down on them from our neighbors. It’s time for us to become more aware and support our embattled allies in the Middle East.

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Can the DCEU be fixed?

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Can the DCEU be fixed

As a fan of DC Comics over Marvel Comics, I’ve been a man without a valid argument. I want the DCEU to be better than the MCU, but it’s not even close. Other than Wonder Woman, there hasn’t been a glimmer of hope that we’ll be able to have a real debate about which cinematic universe is better.

For a while, I’ve felt like it can’t be fixed. By “a while,” I mean one year. That’s how long it’s been since I saw Justice League and had to rein in desires to chuck Milk Duds at the screen. The only thing that held me back was that the Milk Duds were the only enjoyable part of the experience.

It was awful. Even worse than Batman v. Superman. Even worse than Suicide Squad. At least with the latter, we could dismiss it as a failed attempt to emulate Guardians of the Galaxy.

But there’s hope, according to this video from Screen Rant. I’m not 100% bought into the notion, but I have to hold onto it. Otherwise, I might as well trash my Aquaman posters and relive the glory days of the Dark Knight Trilogy.

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Leftists to white women: Either you agree with the radical left or we will paint you as evil

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Leftists to white women Either you agree with the radical left or we will paint you as evil

Leftists like Kirsten Powers love binary choices. Vote against Donald Trump or you’re racist. That’s the message she delivered on CNN the other day and conservatives are speaking out.

In particular, Powers and many leftists are attacking white women as the cause for Trump’s power. She paints any white woman who voted for Trump as a submissive, oppressed enabler of the racist and sexist patriarchy. Thankfully, One America News Network had a retort.

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Fred Savage owns Deadpool in Once Upon a Deadpool trailer

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Fred Savage owns Deadpool in Once Upon a Deadpool trailer

I’ll admit, I didn’t even know this was a thing. When I heard about it, I assumed it was a spoof, probably put out by Ryan Reynolds to catch a few Christmas laughs. I was wrong.

Once Upon a Deadpool is a new edit of Deadpool 2 made with a PG-13 rating. Fox has been pushing for Reynolds to do a PG-13 version for over a decade, but the star has refused until now. He had two requirements. First, he Fox to donate money from the movie to a charity of Reynold’s choice. Which did he choose? A charity Fox is referring to as “Fudge Cancer,” though the charity’s real name would be better served in the R-rated version of Deadpool.

The second requirement is that Reynolds needed permission to kidnap Fred Savage.

Reynolds got both of his wishes and Once Upon a Deadpool was born. It’s due for a limited engagement next month.

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