The Low Popahirum, November 17, 2016


Iran has been prodding Palestinian jihadists to resume hostilities against Israel, a Palestinian security official told Breitbart Jerusalem.” – Breitbart

Hillary Clinton, making an emotional plea, urged supporters ‘not to give up’ and to ‘stay engaged’ in politics at a charity gala in Washington D.C. Wednesday night.” – NBC News

“House conservatives said Wednesday they’re happy to help President-elect Donald Trump build a wall on the Mexican border, but he’ll have to find a way to pay for it.” – Bloomberg

Hillary Clinton’s stunning defeat eight days ago set off a thousand aftershocks within the Democratic party — many of which are only being felt now.” – Washington Post

“The #NotMyPresident Alliance, a national anti-Donald Trump protest group, has released the personal information of dozens of Electoral College members in states that voted Republican.” –

Women are more likely to cheat on men who fail to pull their weight when it comes to household chores, according to a major French study.” –

“Two top Republicans working with President-elect Donald Trump’s transition team told reporters in a phone call Wednesday evening that they’re taking steps toward one of Trump’s campaign promises — to ‘drain the swamp’ in Washington.” –

“In the wake of the United Kingdom’s shock Brexit decision in June, I thought the analogies to Donald Trump’s rise were inapposite and silly. There are numerous reasons why the U.K. would want to untangle itself from the European Union. To name a few that have nothing to do with race or immigration, the Euro hasn’t created prosperity that was promised (Greece is a disaster economically and more countries are teetering on the brink) and the European Commission is undemocratic and unresponsive.” – Washington Examiner

“I work in the former industrial heartland of America in operations management for an iconic American brand owned now by a multinational, European-headquartered company. About a year ago, we were informed that our plant and city would host the yearly operations conference and achievement awards for the division to which we belong.” – The Federalist

“Not long ago, The Blaze posted an article detailing former host of Dirty Jobs Mike Rowe, weighed in on the election and offered a bit of sanity in the mire of news and opinion that followed. The Facebook post in which Rowe spoke on the subject went viral, as everyone seemed to appreciate the wisdom Rowe had to impart, one writer at the Daily Dot did not.” – The Blaze


“While some believe Donald Trump is softening his position on immigration, the head of the state Republican party is attempting to clarify things. He says ‘the wall’ may not be a solid one, but it will serve its purpose as promised by the president-elect.” –

“The Louisiana attorney general’s effort to block Gov. John Bel Edwards’ order banning discrimination in state government against LGBT people has reached a courtroom.” –

A teacher admitted giving marijuana brownies to students, pleading guilty to two charges of distribution of marijuana to a student and two counts of obstruction of justice.” –

“Ascension Parish officials said a little more than 15 percent of the more than 10,000 properties that were evaluated for flood damage are considered substantially damaged.” –

Members of Florida’s football team caused some controversy when they were photographed on the sideline playing with a tiger skeleton wearing purple and gold beads a few days after Mike VI, LSU’s live tiger mascot, passed away.” –

“The NCAA announced Wednesday that Southern University demonstrated a lack of institutional control in its eligibility and certification processes and penalized Southern with five years probation.” – The Baton Rouge Advocate

TOPS funding for the spring 2017 semester has been cut down to only 41.8% due to Louisiana’s budget crisis.” –

“The head of Louisiana’s Republican party confirmed that Congressman Charles Boustany, R-LA, may land a job as the Trump administration‘s chief U.S. trade negotiator.” –

The New Orleans Police Department will continue ‘sanctuary city’ policies that protect illegal immigrants from deportation despite stricter immigration policies at the forefront of President-Elect Donald Trump’s incoming administration.” – John Binder, Breitbart

“This isn’t the way Leonard Fournette wanted it to end.” – The Baton Rouge Advocate

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