August 12, 2020

Opinion

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Forgotten history: Millions of white European slaves
Arabs, Turks and Africans must kneel begging the Europeans to forgive them for their atrocities in the very recent past. Read More.
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CCP hackers take aim at Vatican diplomatic intel
The story comes right out of a Dan Brown mystery thriller in which Vatican secrets are targeted by State sponsored computer hackers. Yet according to cyber security sources, the intrusion into sensitive Vatican diplomatic traffic is not fiction, but a cold hard fact of modern espionage. Read More.
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States must punish the 'doxxing' of law enforcement personnel
For a few years now, U.S. military and law enforcement personnel have fallen victim to the practice known as “doxxing” in which their personal, private information has been obtained and posted online. Read More.
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The 'unvarnished truth' about Biden and the debates
There is a clamor in the air about debates between President Donald Trump and Joe Biden. Read More.
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Barr takes on all Trump haters at once . . . and wins
Attorney General William Barr was the only witness, and 24 Democrats on the Judiciary Committee of the House of Representatives came to the hearing "ready to rumble." Read More.
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The leftist fight against the 'Oppression Economy'
Prosperity Now is an organization whose declared mission is to ensure that racial minorities have "a clear path to financial stability, wealth and prosperity." Read More.
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Erdogan sparks controversy with Hagia Sophia conversion
“After 86 years, Hagia Sophia will serve as a mosque again.” Indeed, the secular opposition party that controls Istanbul has described Erdogan’s true intent as political rather than religious. Read More.
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'A letter to my children and grandchildren'
Socialism is the precursor of communism. The moment that the government starts to “pay” for everything democracy diminishes. Read More.
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Banned from for gun photo, Fordham student fights back
Fordham University is using “Soviet-style” repression against one of its students over a benign gun photo and another innocent social media post. Read More.
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Cracking? Millions could die in Wuhan, Yichang if huge dam fails
“Made in China” already doesn’t have the strongest connotation associated with it, and it appears this may even apply to mainland Chinese infrastructure. Read More.
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Obama, Soros and today's bizarre race war with corporate sponsors
It started with a Trojan Horse. "President Obama issued a challenge to businesses, non-profits, and government: Work together to provide pathways to employment for low-income and disconnected youth." Read More.
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Biden is everywhere and nowhere
Joe Biden has been campaigning in his basement without too much scrutiny, remaining a blank slate in the public imagination. Read More.
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Chris Wallace's 'gotcha' questions batted away by unruffled Trump
As was hyped and promoted, the Chris Wallace one-on-one interview with President Trump was aired Sunday, July 19. Read More.
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Barr's indictment of CCP did not spare Hollywood, Silicon Valley
In a sweeping, scathing and searingly poignant speech, U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr swept back the curtain on China’s communist regime in a tour de force rarely seen. Read More.
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President Trump's winning strategy that would elevate GOP
There are a lot of Donald Trump supporters today who are becoming more anxious about polls showing their candidate behind Joe Biden in the race for the Presidency by as much as 15 points. Read More.

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