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Trump’s New Hampshire Struggle: Voters Feeling ‘Trumpgret’

When Chad Johansen voted for Donald Trump in 2016, he hoped he was picking someone who could help small-business owners compete with bigger companies. But that hasn’t happened, and now the 26-year-old owner of NH iPhone Repair feels what he calls “Trumpgret.”

The Republican president has done little to address health care issues for a small employer, he said, and the Manchester man remains on edge about how Trump’s tariffs could affect his business, which employs fewer than 10 people.

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MK Arbel: White Justices are Less Likely to Identify with the Crisis of the Chareidim

MK Moshe Arbel of Shas, an attorney by profession, led the charge to overturn the decision prohibiting the Moti Steinmetz concert with separate seating in Afula.

After the High Court of Justice on Wednesday evening overturned the Nazareth District Court decision permitting the separate seating event, the Shas MK referred to the High Court justice in an interview with Kikar Shabbos News as “The enlightened white (ashkenazi) judges”.

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Ex-Blackwater Contractor Sentenced To Life In Iraq Shootings

A former Blackwater security contractor was sentenced Wednesday to life in prison for his role in the 2007 shooting of unarmed civilians in Iraq that left 14 people dead.

Federal judge Royce Lamberth issued the sentence after a succession of friends and relatives requested leniency for Nicholas Slatten, who was found guilty of first-degree murder by a jury in December.

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Yedidim Begins a Nationwide Campaign in Israel “Mommy, Daddy – Don’t Leave Me Alone!”

The Yedidim organization has begun a nationwide campaign showing a small child saying “Mommy, daddy – don’t leave me alone!”.

The message is not to forget to take one’s child/infant out of a vehicle when parking, even for a short time, particularly now, during the summer months when a car heats up to a potentially lethal temperature in a relatively short time.

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