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Marxism is ignorant of the Pareto principle | Jordan Peterson & Bret Weinstein

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A small but growing movement of doctors that don’t accept insurance and charge a monthly fee could be a model for big employers like Amazon and JPMorgan

 

Father says little Honduran girl on Time cover was not taken from mother

 

No, Americans Who Want Border Security Aren’t Anti-Immigrant

 

‘Warranty Void If Removed’? As It Turns Out, Feds Say Those Warnings Are Illegal

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High Court: Online shoppers can be forced to pay sales tax

 

List of Trump’s accomplishments so far

 

NYU professor releases personal info on over 1,500 ICE employees, hopes people will find it ‘useful’

 

LAWSUIT PHOTOS REVEAL INHUMANE CONDITIONS FOR MIGRANT CHILDREN HELD AT OBAMA DETAINMENT FACILITY

Dari Mart Press Release: June 22nd Announcement

100% OF PROCEEDS TO SUPPORT RELAY FOR LIFE

 

EUGENE, OR. All 44 local Dari Mart stores are holding a huge Relay for Life fundraiser on Friday, June 22.

 

One hundred percent of proceeds from all fountain drink sales on Friday will be donated to Relay for Life of Eugene Springfield.

 

“All sizes and all flavors of fountain drinks at all 44 of our stores are part of this fundraiser,” according to Dari Mart Vice President Kathy Gibson.

 

Dari Mart has supported Relay for Life for over a decade and will have a team participating in this year’s event on July 20 at PK Park in Eugene.

 

About Dari Mart:

Dari Mart is locally owned with 44 stores in the mid-Willamette Valley employing more than 500 people. Fresh milk, juice, ice cream and fruit is shipped directly from their family’s farm in Junction City to each store. www.DariMart.com

DID YOU BUY A POWERBALL TICKET IN SALEM? YOU MAY HAVE WON $150 MILLION

June 21, 2018 – Salem, Ore. – An Oregon Lottery player matched all numbers drawn in Wednesday night’s $150.4 million Powerball® jackpot. The winning ticket was sold in Salem. The specific store location is not available for release until after the ticket has been redeemed and validated at Lottery headquarters in Salem.

Winning numbers for draw date (June 20, 2018): 4 -14 – 23 – 27 – 56 and the power ball was 13

The Power Play multiplier was 2

The winning Salem ticket was the only ticket sold to have the all the winning numbers. More than 6,800 winning tickets, with smaller prizes, were sold in Oregon during the June 20 draw.

A winner has one year from the date of the drawing to claim the prize. Oregon Lottery office hours are from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Players have two jackpot prize payment options when claiming their Powerball tickets. One option is the “annuity” plan, under which Powerball jackpots provide the winner(s) with 30 annual payments.  Under the “cash” option, the winners(s) receives a one-time lump sum payment equal to approximately one-half the final jackpot. If the winner opts to take the lump sum, they can take home nearly $61.7 million after taxes, if they opt for the 30-year annuity they would receive more than $3.4 million per year after taxes. Federal withholding is 24 percent and state withholding is 8 percent.

Powerball is a multi-state jackpot operated by 44 states plus the District of Columbia, the US Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico. By pooling a portion of each lottery’s Powerball sales, this game is able to offer players jackpots of far greater value than any lottery could offer alone.

This is the fifth time a ticket sold in Oregon has had all the winning numbers. Previous winners include Dan Gannon of Milwaukie who won $182.7 million in 2006; The West and Chaney families of Medford who won $340 million; Robin Powell of Beaverton who won $33.8 million in 1999; and the Givens family of Eugene who won $38.4 million in 1992.

It is also the fifth time the Powerball jackpot has been won this year nationwide.

In Oregon, the winner’s name, city, city of retailer, date of win, prize and game played are considered public information and will be released.

For additional information about the Powerball jackpot, please contact the Oregon Lottery Public Affairs the next business day at 503-540-1015.

Lottery officials recommend that you always sign the back of your tickets with each Oregon Lottery game you play, to ensure you can claim any prize you may win. In the event of winning a jackpot, players should consult with a trusted financial planner or similar professional to develop a plan for their winnings. Prize winners of more than $50,000 should contact the Lottery office to schedule an appointment to claim their prize.

Since the Oregon Lottery began selling tickets on April 25,1985, it has earned more than $11 billion for economic development, public education, state parks and watershed enhancements. For more information on the Oregon Lottery visit www.oregonlottery.org

Stossel: Jordan Peterson vs. “Social Justice Warriors”

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Quiz: How well can you tell factual from opinion statements?

 

Marc Thiessen: The overlooked bombshell of the IG report

 

HERE ARE THE PHOTOS OF OBAMA’S ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT DETENTION FACILITIES THE MEDIA WON’T SHOW YOU

 

Disability applications plunge as the economy strengthens

I Think My Dog’s a Democrat Bryan Lewis Official Video

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West Point grad who posed with ‘Communism will win’ in cap discharged

 

Satisfaction With U.S. Direction Reaches 12-Year High

 

General Electric dropped from Dow Jones stock index

 

Gowdy scorches Comey in opening statement at IG hearing

Remy: Fake News

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Obama’s Immigration Agencies Separated Children From Their Families, Too

 

Four in 10 people have deleted a social media account in the past year due to privacy worries, study says

 

Why we don’t need to be in the Paris Climate accord: While the world surges in greenhouse gas production, USA drops for third straight year

 

FLASHBACK: OBAMA HHS PLACED MIGRANT CHILDREN INTO CUSTODY OF HUMAN TRAFFICKERS

STOSSEL: Too Many SWAT Raids

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Inspector general refers five FBI employees for investigation over ‘hostile’ political messages

 

Hillary Clinton should’ve been charged and other commentary

 

Trump is right: Canada’s protectionist food policies rip the world off

 

AP World History course is dropping thousands of years of human events — and critics are furious

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FBI agent in texts: ‘We’ll stop’ Trump from becoming president

 

It looks like North Korea is coming through with a ‘major’ denuclearization step for Trump

 

Atlanta Fed: Q2 GDP estimate rises to 4.8% from 4.6%

 

FBI orders bias training for employees after latest embarrassing emails

Dangerous People Are Teaching Your Kids (Must Watch Video)

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Colorado man attempting to shoot raccoon shoots himself

 

Suspected Walmart robber tries to carjack two different cars, both drivers pull out guns

 

Comcast bids $65 billion for 21st Century Fox assets, topping Disney

 

Philadelphia Had $924 Million in Accounting Errors, According to Audit

Intelligence Test (2018) : Real online IQ Test

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Seattle reverses course on business tax after Amazon pressure

 

Scott Adams: Donald Trump’s critics running out of ‘trap doors’ to explain good news

 

Feds raid Corvallis pot shop, allege black market sales, credit card fraud

 

Iran says it can’t remain in nuclear deal without benefits

Gen ( Mad Dog ) Mattis THought ProvoKinG ANSWER ——- on IsraeL

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Nanobots kill off cancerous tumours as fiction becomes reality

 

DOJ refusing to give Grassley access to agent who interviewed Flynn

 

Pit bull saves family from house fire, pulls 7-month-old girl by her diaper

 

TWITTER CEO CAVES TO LIBERAL BACKLASH, SAYS HE WAS WRONG TO EAT CHICK-FIL-A