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Lauren Boebert silent on MLB moving All-Star Game to her state after attacking decision to leave Atlanta - RawStory.com

Lauren Boebert silent on MLB moving All-Star Game to her state after attacking decision to leave Atlanta - RawStory.com | Agents of Behemoth | Scoop.it

Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) has been silent on her frequently busy Twitter account on Tuesday about the news that Major League Baseball is moving the 2021 All-Star Game to her home state after she lashed out three days ago at the league...

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Jared Kushner is demanding his tenants keep paying rent — while asking for leniency from his creditors: WaPo reporter – Raw Story

Jared Kushner is demanding his tenants keep paying rent — while asking for leniency from his creditors: WaPo reporter – Raw Story | Agents of Behemoth | Scoop.it

On MSNBC Saturday, Washington Post reporter David Fahrenthold revealed the disconnect between what President Donald Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner is demanding of his tenants, and what he is asking for from his creditors.

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Catholic Church investigations exposed cover-ups of sex abuse, theft - NorthJersey.com

Catholic Church investigations exposed cover-ups of sex abuse, theft - NorthJersey.com | Agents of Behemoth | Scoop.it
Investigations by The Record and NorthJersey.com examined Cardinal McCarrick's rise to power, and revealed cover-ups of alleged abuse and theft.
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Susan Collins is mad about 'dark money' ads. But she's the reason they're legal. - AmericanIndependent.com

Susan Collins is mad about 'dark money' ads. But she's the reason they're legal. - AmericanIndependent.com | Agents of Behemoth | Scoop.it

Collins was the deciding vote in 2010 against the DISCLOSE Act, which would have required transparency for political ads.

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