May 20, 2024

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Netanyahu called it: IAEA finds uranium at secret site
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) confirmed on Sept. 9 that a site in Iran that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had a year ago called a "secret atomic warehouse" showed traces of uranium that Iran has yet to explain. Read More.
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'Unbelievable': NYT's 'journalism malpractice' on Kavanaugh
The New York Times on Sept. 14 published an article in which it revealed there was a new accuser of sexual misconduct against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Read More.
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AOC still thinks the rent is too damn high
Every day, there is some politician – mostly of the leftist persuasion – who convincingly champions education or health care as a human right. Read More.
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Hong Kong vs China: Who, really, was Chairman Mao?
Those who support giving government more control over their lives may want to examine the history of China’s experiment in total government control under Mao Zedong, analysts say. Read More.
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Pompeo slams Iran for strikes on Saudi oil
Iran denies it is behind the Sept. 14 attacks on Saudi Arabia’s oil infrastructure, which the United States has described as "an unprecedented attack" on global energy supplies. Read More.
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Bernie Sanders vows 'moratorium' on deportations
Sen. Bernie Sanders has said he backs a moratorium on all deportations from the U.S. Read More.
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Kuhner on Elizabeth Warren: Be very worried, America
Sen. Elizabeth Warren is on the move. Latest polls on the Democratic presidential primary have the Massachusetts socialist in second place behind Joe Biden. Some even have her tied for first. Read More.
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With Bolton's exit, North Korea hopes for a deal
Kim Jong-Un must be happy now. What could have made him feel better than for his friend President Donald Trump to dump John Bolton as national security adviser? Read More.
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Why Heineken is the globalist beer of choice
If there is a multinational corporation attempting to truly become the globalist beer of choice in the world today, it is Heineken. Read More.
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Mattis: Compared to ISIS, Iran ‘by far the more deadly threat’
During his time as head of U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM), Jim Mattis had long warned of Iran’s threat to Mideast stability. Read More.
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Sen. Warren’s ancestor helped round up Cherokees
Historical records show that, not only was Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s Cherokee ancestry claim suspect, but that at least one of her ancestors served in a militia which rounded up Cherokees at the beginning of the Trail of Tears. Read More.
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Guns & God Appreciation Day; Cruz hits CEOs' ignorance
In their “call to action” letter on guns in America, corporate executives are engaging in “social signaling” while not understanding the “gun issue,” Sen. Ted Cruz said. Read More.
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Records: Officials discussed how to 'remove' President Trump
Records from the Department of Justice confirmed reports of efforts by top DOJ officials’ to respond to media inquiries about talks within the DOJ/FBI allegedly invoking the 25th Amendment to “remove” President Donald Trump from office. Read More.
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Flynn's attorney: DOJ concealing key evidence
Prosecutors in the case of Michael Flynn have dozens of documents that will vindicate the former national security adviser, including an internal Department of Justice memo, Flynn attorney Sidney Powell charged. Read More.
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Fear 'the squad': AOC says GOP 'recognizes our power'
Republicans are terrified of “the squad” because they know how “powerful” the four Democratic Congress members are, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said. Read More.

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