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Sögufrægustu myndirnar úr vinsælustu íþrótt heims: Hættuleg árás, óvinur þjóðarinnar og internet-stjarna

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Það er staðreynd að knattspyrna er vinsælasta íþrótt heims en hún er á toppnum í flestum Evrópulöndum. Knattspyrnan hefur lengi verið númer eitt hér á landi þó að gæðin hér heima séu ekki þau sömu og erlendis. Næstu daga ætlum við hér á 433.is að birta sögufrægar myndir úr knattspyrnunni þar sem ýmis atvik verða Lesa meira Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Surprise! Ariel Winter Is a Natural Blonde and More Things We Learned from the Hair Chameleon

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Ariel Winter ‘s secret weapon when she wants to feel her best? A good blowout. “Every time I come out of getting my hair done I feel like a new woman,” Winter, 21, told PEOPLE at the launch of her latest partnership with Ulta Beauty. The Modern Family star has teamed with the beauty giant for the launch of its new signature in-store blow-out services. The self-professed hair chameleon said she loves switching up her look, especially since she’s become known for the dyed-black style she’s worn for eleven seasons as Alex Dunphy on Modern Family. “I’m pretty adventurous with my hair, I’ll try a lot of things,” she said. “Alex doesn’t change up her look that much. I don’t experiment with it so it’s fun for me to do it outside of work.” Her latest hair experiment is being a redhead , one that she says she’s loving so far. “It makes me feel like a new me,” Winter shared of her copper locks. “After I got it done, I was looking in the mirror and I felt like a completely different person. I was pretty shocked that my hair color could make me look so different and a lot of people will not recognize me. They don’t piece it together because the hair looks so different for them, but I like it a lot.” Another surprising fact fans might not know about Winter is that although most people are used to seeing her with black hair, she’s a natural blonde. “People never guess, but my natural hair color is dirty blonde,” she shared. “I’ve always had dark eyebrows so I was that person. I have dirty blonde hair and really dark eyebrows and dark eyes. I’ve dyed it so many times in the past so really the most important thing for me with my hair now is trying to keep my hair healthy.” Winter said she wanted to partner with Ulta because of the chain’s focus on inclusivity and beauty for all. “Ulta Beauty and myself have similar ideals,” she said. “I’m very big on inclusivity and diversity and self-empowerment and self-confidence, and I think we kind of share the same views together.” Nick Stenson, VP of Ulta’s Salon Services, said that Winter’s style and personality are perfect for the partnership. “She’s such a great fit for us,” Stenson shared. “She’s a busy, working woman, her hair always looks so great and she just made a major hair change.” Ulta’s five signature blowout looks are: tousled texture, sophisticated chic, weightless volume, vintage curls, and beachy waves, all of which are currently available for $35 at all of the beauty giant’s in-store salons nationwide . Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Senator Blumenthal Ghoulishly Dances On The Graves Of Sandy Hook Children To Attack Alex Jones

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17.7.2019 22:05
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Senator Blumenthal Ghoulishly Dances Graves Sandy Hook Children Attack Alex Jones

During a hearing on Google censorship, Senator Blumenthal Ghoulishly Dances On The Graves Of Sandy Hook Children To Attack Alex Jones. **Download The Official Infowars Free App>> https://www.infowars.com/app/ ** http://www.infowarsapk.com/ ** Backup website>> https://www.newswars.com/ **Subscribe>> https://infowars.com/newsletter **GET THE BEST ORGANIC COFFEE GOING TODAY!>> https://www.infowarsstore.com/immune-support-blend-100-organic-coffee.html Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Senator Blumenthal Ghoulishly Dances On The Graves Of Sandy Hook Children To Attack Alex Jones

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17.7.2019 22:05
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Senator Blumenthal Ghoulishly Dances Graves Sandy Hook Children Attack Alex Jones

During a hearing on Google censorship, Senator Blumenthal Ghoulishly Dances On The Graves Of Sandy Hook Children To Attack Alex Jones. **Download The Official Infowars Free App>> https://www.infowars.com/app/ ** http://www.infowarsapk.com/ ** Backup website>> https://www.newswars.com/ **Subscribe>> https://infowars.com/newsletter **GET THE BEST ORGANIC COFFEE GOING TODAY!>> https://www.infowarsstore.com/immune-support-blend-100-organic-coffee.html Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Lords Vote to Block Suspension of Parliament: Brexit Update

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Lords Vote to Block Suspension of Parliament: Brexit Update (Bloomberg) -- The U.K.’s House of Lords backed a move designed to make a no-deal Brexit more difficult by stopping the next prime minister from closing down Parliament. The plan won’t become law until it has also been passed by members of Parliament in the Commons, where it is likely to face stronger opposition from pro-Brexit politicians.Key Developments:House of Lords passes amendment designed to stop next PM suspending Parliament to force through a no-deal split Pound rises Brexit Secretary Steve Barclay says chances of no-deal are under-priced Tory leadership favorite Boris Johnson Warns U.S. trade deal will take timeJohnson Warns U.S. Trade Deal Won’t be Quick (8:25 p.m.)Tory leadership favorite Boris Johnson sought to manage expectations of how long a free-trade agreement with the U.S. might take after the U.K. leaves the EU.“A deal with the U.S. is not going to be done in a trice,” Johnson told a Tory hustings event in London. “It’s not going to be something that adds several percentage points to U.K. GDP but it will substantially boost our GDP over time, but it’s not something that’s going to be done instantly."On Brexit, Johnson also said he believes the EU withdrawal agreement negotiated by Theresa May is "dead" and "needs to be junked."Johnson Won’t Comment on Legislative Program (8:10 p.m.)Former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson declined to comment directly on the timing of a new legislative program announced by Queen Elizabeth II should he become prime minister.Traditionally a fresh legislative session is started with a speech by the monarch setting out the government’s legislative program in November, with Parliament suspended a fortnight in advance.By declining to comment Johnson failed to quash speculation he may suspend Parliament in order to allow no debate from lawmakers as the U.K. slides towards leaving the EU with no-deal Oct. 31.Lords Vote to Hamper Suspension of Parliament (5:56 p.m.)The House of Lords voted by 272 to 169 to back a measure intended to stop Theresa May’s successor as prime minister from suspending Parliament to force through a no-deal Brexit.The amendment to legislation on Northern Ireland will now return to the House of Commons for debate on Thursday. It sets specific times when Parliament must be sitting to receive reports on progress made towards restoring the power-sharing government of Northern Ireland. As a result it will be difficult for Parliament to be suspended, or "prorogued," as the process is known.Boris Johnson, the front-runner to become prime minister has repeatedly refused to rule out suspending Parliament to deliver Brexit, even as he says he’s not "attracted" to the idea.May Calls for Compromise to Deliver Brexit (3:30 p.m.)Theresa May, in what is expected to be her final set-piece speech as prime minister, warned against the “absolutism” and failure to compromise that meant her Brexit deal was unable to win the support of Parliament.After detailing successes of compromise in global politics, ranging from the creation of the United Nations to the international climate agreement, the premier repeated her view that her successor should deliver an orderly Brexit, taking Britain out of the EU with a deal. People taking entrenched positions will stop progress, she said.A coarsening in political debate has created “a form of ‘absolutism’ -- one which believes that if you simply assert your view loud enough and long enough you will get your way in the end, or that mobilizing your own faction is more important than bringing others with you,” May said in her speech in central London.“When opinions have become polarized and driven by ideology it becomes incredibly hard for compromise to become a rallying point,” she said.Lords to Vote on Blocking No-Deal Brexit (1:30 p.m.)Later on Wednesday, members of the upper House of Lords are expected to vote on amendments to the Northern Ireland bill, including measures aimed at preventing a no-deal Brexit. Among them will be moves intended to stop the next prime minister from suspending Parliament to get it done.If they pass, the amendments will return to the House of Commons for further debate on Thursday. Prime Minister Theresa May’s spokesman told reporters the government has no plans to pull the bill -- regardless of any amendments attached to it in the Lords.Hammond and Rees-Mogg Clash Over No-Deal (12:10 p.m.)Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond said it’s “terrifying” that leading Brexiteers think the U.K. would be “better off” with extra barriers Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Lords Vote to Block Suspension of Parliament: Brexit Update

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Lords Vote to Block Suspension of Parliament: Brexit Update (Bloomberg) -- The U.K.’s House of Lords backed a move designed to make a no-deal Brexit more difficult by stopping the next prime minister from closing down Parliament. The plan won’t become law until it has also been passed by members of Parliament in the Commons, where it is likely to face stronger opposition from pro-Brexit politicians.Key Developments:House of Lords passes amendment designed to stop next PM suspending Parliament to force through a no-deal split Pound rises Brexit Secretary Steve Barclay says chances of no-deal are under-priced Tory leadership favorite Boris Johnson Warns U.S. trade deal will take timeJohnson Warns U.S. Trade Deal Won’t be Quick (8:25 p.m.)Tory leadership favorite Boris Johnson sought to manage expectations of how long a free-trade agreement with the U.S. might take after the U.K. leaves the EU.“A deal with the U.S. is not going to be done in a trice,” Johnson told a Tory hustings event in London. “It’s not going to be something that adds several percentage points to U.K. GDP but it will substantially boost our GDP over time, but it’s not something that’s going to be done instantly."On Brexit, Johnson also said he believes the EU withdrawal agreement negotiated by Theresa May is "dead" and "needs to be junked."Johnson Won’t Comment on Legislative Program (8:10 p.m.)Former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson declined to comment directly on the timing of a new legislative program announced by Queen Elizabeth II should he become prime minister.Traditionally a fresh legislative session is started with a speech by the monarch setting out the government’s legislative program in November, with Parliament suspended a fortnight in advance.By declining to comment Johnson failed to quash speculation he may suspend Parliament in order to allow no debate from lawmakers as the U.K. slides towards leaving the EU with no-deal Oct. 31.Lords Vote to Hamper Suspension of Parliament (5:56 p.m.)The House of Lords voted by 272 to 169 to back a measure intended to stop Theresa May’s successor as prime minister from suspending Parliament to force through a no-deal Brexit.The amendment to legislation on Northern Ireland will now return to the House of Commons for debate on Thursday. It sets specific times when Parliament must be sitting to receive reports on progress made towards restoring the power-sharing government of Northern Ireland. As a result it will be difficult for Parliament to be suspended, or "prorogued," as the process is known.Boris Johnson, the front-runner to become prime minister has repeatedly refused to rule out suspending Parliament to deliver Brexit, even as he says he’s not "attracted" to the idea.May Calls for Compromise to Deliver Brexit (3:30 p.m.)Theresa May, in what is expected to be her final set-piece speech as prime minister, warned against the “absolutism” and failure to compromise that meant her Brexit deal was unable to win the support of Parliament.After detailing successes of compromise in global politics, ranging from the creation of the United Nations to the international climate agreement, the premier repeated her view that her successor should deliver an orderly Brexit, taking Britain out of the EU with a deal. People taking entrenched positions will stop progress, she said.A coarsening in political debate has created “a form of ‘absolutism’ -- one which believes that if you simply assert your view loud enough and long enough you will get your way in the end, or that mobilizing your own faction is more important than bringing others with you,” May said in her speech in central London.“When opinions have become polarized and driven by ideology it becomes incredibly hard for compromise to become a rallying point,” she said.Lords to Vote on Blocking No-Deal Brexit (1:30 p.m.)Later on Wednesday, members of the upper House of Lords are expected to vote on amendments to the Northern Ireland bill, including measures aimed at preventing a no-deal Brexit. Among them will be moves intended to stop the next prime minister from suspending Parliament to get it done.If they pass, the amendments will return to the House of Commons for further debate on Thursday. Prime Minister Theresa May’s spokesman told reporters the government has no plans to pull the bill -- regardless of any amendments attached to it in the Lords.Hammond and Rees-Mogg Clash Over No-Deal (12:10 p.m.)Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond said it’s “terrifying” that leading Brexiteers think the U.K. would be “better off” with extra barriers Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Lords Vote to Block Suspension of Parliament: Brexit Update

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Lords Vote to Block Suspension of Parliament: Brexit Update (Bloomberg) -- The U.K.’s House of Lords backed a move designed to make a no-deal Brexit more difficult by stopping the next prime minister from closing down Parliament. The plan won’t become law until it has also been passed by members of Parliament in the Commons, where it is likely to face stronger opposition from pro-Brexit politicians.Key Developments:House of Lords passes amendment designed to stop next PM suspending Parliament to force through a no-deal split Pound rises Brexit Secretary Steve Barclay says chances of no-deal are under-priced Tory leadership favorite Boris Johnson Warns U.S. trade deal will take timeJohnson Warns U.S. Trade Deal Won’t be Quick (8:25 p.m.)Tory leadership favorite Boris Johnson sought to manage expectations of how long a free-trade agreement with the U.S. might take after the U.K. leaves the EU.“A deal with the U.S. is not going to be done in a trice,” Johnson told a Tory hustings event in London. “It’s not going to be something that adds several percentage points to U.K. GDP but it will substantially boost our GDP over time, but it’s not something that’s going to be done instantly."On Brexit, Johnson also said he believes the EU withdrawal agreement negotiated by Theresa May is "dead" and "needs to be junked."Johnson Won’t Comment on Legislative Program (8:10 p.m.)Former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson declined to comment directly on the timing of a new legislative program announced by Queen Elizabeth II should he become prime minister.Traditionally a fresh legislative session is started with a speech by the monarch setting out the government’s legislative program in November, with Parliament suspended a fortnight in advance.By declining to comment Johnson failed to quash speculation he may suspend Parliament in order to allow no debate from lawmakers as the U.K. slides towards leaving the EU with no-deal Oct. 31.Lords Vote to Hamper Suspension of Parliament (5:56 p.m.)The House of Lords voted by 272 to 169 to back a measure intended to stop Theresa May’s successor as prime minister from suspending Parliament to force through a no-deal Brexit.The amendment to legislation on Northern Ireland will now return to the House of Commons for debate on Thursday. It sets specific times when Parliament must be sitting to receive reports on progress made towards restoring the power-sharing government of Northern Ireland. As a result it will be difficult for Parliament to be suspended, or "prorogued," as the process is known.Boris Johnson, the front-runner to become prime minister has repeatedly refused to rule out suspending Parliament to deliver Brexit, even as he says he’s not "attracted" to the idea.May Calls for Compromise to Deliver Brexit (3:30 p.m.)Theresa May, in what is expected to be her final set-piece speech as prime minister, warned against the “absolutism” and failure to compromise that meant her Brexit deal was unable to win the support of Parliament.After detailing successes of compromise in global politics, ranging from the creation of the United Nations to the international climate agreement, the premier repeated her view that her successor should deliver an orderly Brexit, taking Britain out of the EU with a deal. People taking entrenched positions will stop progress, she said.A coarsening in political debate has created “a form of ‘absolutism’ -- one which believes that if you simply assert your view loud enough and long enough you will get your way in the end, or that mobilizing your own faction is more important than bringing others with you,” May said in her speech in central London.“When opinions have become polarized and driven by ideology it becomes incredibly hard for compromise to become a rallying point,” she said.Lords to Vote on Blocking No-Deal Brexit (1:30 p.m.)Later on Wednesday, members of the upper House of Lords are expected to vote on amendments to the Northern Ireland bill, including measures aimed at preventing a no-deal Brexit. Among them will be moves intended to stop the next prime minister from suspending Parliament to get it done.If they pass, the amendments will return to the House of Commons for further debate on Thursday. Prime Minister Theresa May’s spokesman told reporters the government has no plans to pull the bill -- regardless of any amendments attached to it in the Lords.Hammond and Rees-Mogg Clash Over No-Deal (12:10 p.m.)Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond said it’s “terrifying” that leading Brexiteers think the U.K. would be “better off” with extra barriers Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Lords Vote to Block Suspension of Parliament: Brexit Update

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Lords Vote to Block Suspension of Parliament: Brexit Update (Bloomberg) -- The U.K.’s House of Lords backed a move designed to make a no-deal Brexit more difficult by stopping the next prime minister from closing down Parliament. The plan won’t become law until it has also been passed by members of Parliament in the Commons, where it is likely to face stronger opposition from pro-Brexit politicians.Key Developments:House of Lords passes amendment designed to stop next PM suspending Parliament to force through a no-deal split Pound rises Brexit Secretary Steve Barclay says chances of no-deal are under-priced Tory leadership favorite Boris Johnson Warns U.S. trade deal will take timeJohnson Warns U.S. Trade Deal Won’t be Quick (8:25 p.m.)Tory leadership favorite Boris Johnson sought to manage expectations of how long a free-trade agreement with the U.S. might take after the U.K. leaves the EU.“A deal with the U.S. is not going to be done in a trice,” Johnson told a Tory hustings event in London. “It’s not going to be something that adds several percentage points to U.K. GDP but it will substantially boost our GDP over time, but it’s not something that’s going to be done instantly."On Brexit, Johnson also said he believes the EU withdrawal agreement negotiated by Theresa May is "dead" and "needs to be junked."Johnson Won’t Comment on Legislative Program (8:10 p.m.)Former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson declined to comment directly on the timing of a new legislative program announced by Queen Elizabeth II should he become prime minister.Traditionally a fresh legislative session is started with a speech by the monarch setting out the government’s legislative program in November, with Parliament suspended a fortnight in advance.By declining to comment Johnson failed to quash speculation he may suspend Parliament in order to allow no debate from lawmakers as the U.K. slides towards leaving the EU with no-deal Oct. 31.Lords Vote to Hamper Suspension of Parliament (5:56 p.m.)The House of Lords voted by 272 to 169 to back a measure intended to stop Theresa May’s successor as prime minister from suspending Parliament to force through a no-deal Brexit.The amendment to legislation on Northern Ireland will now return to the House of Commons for debate on Thursday. It sets specific times when Parliament must be sitting to receive reports on progress made towards restoring the power-sharing government of Northern Ireland. As a result it will be difficult for Parliament to be suspended, or "prorogued," as the process is known.Boris Johnson, the front-runner to become prime minister has repeatedly refused to rule out suspending Parliament to deliver Brexit, even as he says he’s not "attracted" to the idea.May Calls for Compromise to Deliver Brexit (3:30 p.m.)Theresa May, in what is expected to be her final set-piece speech as prime minister, warned against the “absolutism” and failure to compromise that meant her Brexit deal was unable to win the support of Parliament.After detailing successes of compromise in global politics, ranging from the creation of the United Nations to the international climate agreement, the premier repeated her view that her successor should deliver an orderly Brexit, taking Britain out of the EU with a deal. People taking entrenched positions will stop progress, she said.A coarsening in political debate has created “a form of ‘absolutism’ -- one which believes that if you simply assert your view loud enough and long enough you will get your way in the end, or that mobilizing your own faction is more important than bringing others with you,” May said in her speech in central London.“When opinions have become polarized and driven by ideology it becomes incredibly hard for compromise to become a rallying point,” she said.Lords to Vote on Blocking No-Deal Brexit (1:30 p.m.)Later on Wednesday, members of the upper House of Lords are expected to vote on amendments to the Northern Ireland bill, including measures aimed at preventing a no-deal Brexit. Among them will be moves intended to stop the next prime minister from suspending Parliament to get it done.If they pass, the amendments will return to the House of Commons for further debate on Thursday. Prime Minister Theresa May’s spokesman told reporters the government has no plans to pull the bill -- regardless of any amendments attached to it in the Lords.Hammond and Rees-Mogg Clash Over No-Deal (12:10 p.m.)Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond said it’s “terrifying” that leading Brexiteers think the U.K. would be “better off” with extra barriers Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Norm Pattis: How Sen. Blumenthal Uses Alex Jones To Silence Debate

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17.7.2019 20:36
Jamie White
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Daughter of Border Patrol Agent: I Follow AOC on Social Media for 'Comedy Purposes'

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Student activist Ellie Taylor, whose father is a border patrol agent, told SiriusXM's Breitbart News Daily host Alex Marlow that she finds Democrat claims of concentration camps on the border "very disturbing," but that she follows AOC on Instagram for "comedy purposes" due to how outrageous her claims are. The 14-year-old student spoke to Marlow in a Wednesday interview for the show's Turning Point USA (TPUSA) weekly campus report. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

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