Managing director of BeautifulPeople.com Greg Hodge says that they are just following the site’s users’ wishes, as they are apparently tired of going on nights out surrounded by people they don’t consider pretty enough.
He said: “We listen to our members and they are fed up of going out to expensive bars, hoping to meet similarly beautiful people, only to spend the night wishing that the lighting was lower.
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Another leaked document from the Open Society Foundations shows the group trying to subvert the results of the Dutch EU-Ukraine referendum donating over 300,000 euros.
The leaked documents from George Soros’ Open Society Foundations have once again revealed another attempt by the left-wing billionaire to influence the politics and voting of a European country. According to a memo sent to Mr. Soros himself from the Open Society European Policy Insitute (OSIFE) in January of this year the group was to commit to the YES campaign of the now failed referendum on potential Ukraine membership into the European Union through an association agreement.
A number of farmer and consumer advocacy groups are breaking ties with the influential Organic Trade Association (OTA), after it was discovered that the membership-based organization, which represents the entire organic industry in both Canada and the United States, sold out to Big Agribusiness by extending its support to the Stabenow-Roberts Bill, which many are now referring to as the Monsanto “DARK” Act 2.0.
The farmer-owned Organic Seed Growers and Trade Association (OSGATA) was one of the first groups to jump ship from OTA, citing the organization’s “duplicity towards organic farmers and consumers,” with its support for legislation that preempts existing state laws like those of Vermont and Connecticut that mandate proper labeling for genetically modified organisms (GMOs). OSGATA is outraged that OTA would betray its members by throwing its support behind efforts to un-label GMOs in order to pander to the likes of Monsanto.
The Senate has blocked four gun measures, two from each party, in the wake of the Orlando massacre. Here’s what each measure would have done.
Dylan West says the Pink Pistols gun club in Atlanta has been a stagnant group since he joined a year ago. But that’s all changed now.
Half of Europeans believe their own country should hold a referendum on whether or not it should remain in the European Union, according to a poll by Ipsos Mori.
The survey also showed that Europeans believe a vote by Britain to leave the European Union could spark a domino effect causing other countries to leave the bloc, with four in 10 foreseeing a reduced EU by the end of the decade.