October 15, 2019

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4-month-old standoff: Hong Kong protesters writing wills
For the first time in 52 years, the Beijing-controlled leader of Hong Kong on Oct. 4 invoked a British colonial-era emergency law which includes a ban on the wearing of masks at protests. Read More.
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How Soros trains CEOs to get with the globalism program
An astonishing document underwritten by progressive billionaire George Soros details why global companies must dedicate themselves to social activism and how to avoid losing customers as they do so. Read More.
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WhyTrump fans are loving impeachment trainwreck
Car by car, the Democrats’ impeachment train is careening off the tracks, prominent thought leaders are saying. Read More.
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Durham probing Clinton team's engagement with foreign leaders
Attorney General William Barr appointed U.S. Attorney John Durham to investigate something former special counsel Robert Mueller ignored. Read More.
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FDA ties ‘puberty-blocking’ drug to 6,379 deaths
More than 6,000 deaths have been linked to a puberty-blocking drug which is increasingly being given to children who claim to be transgender, the Food and Drug administration (FDA) reported. Read More.
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Kuhner: Pathetic bid to impeach 'the will of the people'
The House Democrats are seeking to implement a coup d’état. This is the real meaning of their impeachment drive. Read More.
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Columnist: Progressives bent on purging conservatism
Progressives who do not tolerate Christianity, patriotism, or “pushback” against their transformative ideology seek to purge America of conservatism, a columnist wrote. Read More.
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Giuliani cites evidence on ‘Clinton, the DNC, George Soros’
Rudy Giuliani said evidence he received of Ukraine’s meddling in the 2016 presidential election on Hillary Clinton’s behalf was unsolicited and was provided to him while he was “seeking — in the best tradition of being a lawyer, a defense lawyer — to vindicate my client." Read More.
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3 million conservative protesters rock Seoul
An estimated 3 million protesters, some waving Korean and American flags, gathered near City Hall in Seoul on Oct. 3 to call for the ouster of liberal South Korean President Moon Jae-In and the resignation of scandal-plagued Justice Minister Cho Kuk. Read More.
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Joker director: 'Go try to be funny nowadays'
Joker, which chronicles the descent into madness of Batman’s nemesis, will open amid controversy on Oct.4. Read More.
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Secret Planned Parenthood mega clinic set to open
Planned Parenthood in mid-October will open a massive abortion center in Illinois that was built in secret using a shell company, a report said. Read More.
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Think again: Pentagon nudges Seoul on Tokyo intel ties
The United States has asked South Korea to reconsider its rushed termination of a military intelligence sharing pact with Japan that rocked the regional alliance against China and North Korea. Read More.
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Left: Make America energy dependent again
The party has made climate change the centerpiece of the Democratic platform, in addition to Orange Man Bad. Read More.
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Furious: Trump, Pompeo get serious about 'coup’
President Donald Trump said the Democrats’ and corporate media’s relentless assault on his presidency is a “coup.” Read More.
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Fairfax County cop suspended for cooperating with ICE
A police officer in once conservative Fairfax County, Virginia — now a sanctuary county and an affluent Washington, D.C. suburb — was suspended for his role in turning over to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) an illegal immigrant who had allegedly dodged a deportation hearing. Read More.

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