While the $50 million number sounds crazy, Paul posted parts of the contract sent to Conor's camp, which says, "Jake Paul has acquired backing for this event who is willing to guarantee a purse of Fifty Million Dollars ($50,000,000.00) for Conor McGregor to participate in this event." … [Read more...] about Jake Paul Offers Conor McGregor $50 Mil To Fight, Pulls Up on Dillon Danis
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But, Paul isn't ready to spill the beans on who he'll be lining up against come April ... saying he's giving Conor one last chance to sign on for the fight before he moves on to someone else. … [Read more...] about Jake Paul Announces Next Boxing Match, See You April 10!
According to Mangalam Kumar, his father Dilip Kumar Chaudhari has always been highly interested in general knowledge and current affairs. The father-son duo discusses a lot on this topic, and share a common interest in the subjects. Even though Dilip Kumar was initially upset about not being able to make it to the hot seat. However, he was extremely happy after Mangalam got selected. The young man also impressed host Amitabh Bachchan, by solving a Rubix Cube in just 16 seconds. … [Read more...] about Kaun Banega Crorepati 12: Mangalam Kumar Wins Rs 50 Lakhs After His Father Fails To Make It To The Hot Seat!
The campus riot was a signal event, escalating the antagonism between the anti-fascists and their right-wing rivals, and shaping the contours not only for the battles that would soon be fought in Berkeley, but also for those that would take place later in cities like New Orleans; Portland, Oregon; and, ultimately, Charlottesville. While many on the right may not have felt much affinity with Yiannopoulos, a larger number could detect a common enemy in the black-clad youths who had seemingly defiled the First Amendment by chasing him from one of the country’s premier universities. In the wake of the riot, critics on the left also had qualms about the canceled speech. But wielding free-speech rhetoric as a cudgel, the right – especially in Northern California – began to organize around it. Leaders emerged who couched the conflict with antifa as a patriotic defense of liberty – a gambit that attracted to the fray many conservatives who until then had been silent. … [Read more...] about Antifa on Trial: How a College Professor Joined the Left’s Radical Ranks
As he tucks into a plate of steak and eggs I ask him what a white man, a onetime Oath Keeper, is doing leading a gun-rights march for black people. Without missing a beat, Andrews launches into a vehement attack on the police. He says that during his first trip to Ferguson, the St. Louis County cops tried “illegally” to disband his rooftop outpost and that during his second, Chief Jon Belmar, who runs the force, harassed him and his men for carrying weapons in the city despite the fact that it was legal. Andrews tells me that he walked away from these encounters, and from what he’d seen of how the local black community is treated, convinced that Belmar and his officers were “serial rights abusers” who either didn’t know — or, worse, didn’t care — about the law. … [Read more...] about The Oath Keeper Who Wants to Arm Black Lives Matter