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Archive Monthly Archives: February 2018

Why Special Interests Try To Take Control Of Governments

Authored by Hunter Lewis via The Mises Institute, George Monbiot, popular Guardian columnist, beacon light of global environmentalism, is also the kind of progressive who insists on seeing the world as he wishes it were and not as it really is. Wearing these kind of blinders will not help us get a better environment or […]

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Dems Caught Playing Candy Crush During State Of The Union

Michigan Rep. Brenda Lawrence (D-MI) was busted playing Candy Crush during Tuesday night’s State of the Union address while President Trump was talking about revamping America’s international trade by pushing for deals that are fair and reciprocal for Americans. Lawrence was pictured next to two other members of the Congressional Black Caucus who were also playing […]

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January Payrolls Preview: The "Bomb Cyclone" Rebound

With the January jobs report due at 830am ET on Friday morning, here is a quick recap of Wall Street expectations, via RanSquawk and Goldman: PREVIEW: January Jobs Report Non-farm Payrolls: Est. 180k (98k to 230k), Prev. 148k Unemployment Rate: Est. 4.1% (4.1% to 4.2%), Prev. 4.1% Average Earnings Y/Y: Est. 2.6% (2.4% to 2.7%), […]

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'Leaker' Comey Blasts GOP "Weasels & Liars" In Confusing Tweet

Not The Onion. Former FBI Director and admitted document-leaker James Comey took to Twitter this afternoon to apparently confuse and condemn those who dare to cross his or his old establishment buddies’ paths. In an apparent show of support for the current (and former) FBI leadership, who, among others, face alleged exposure from Nunes’ memo […]

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Fidel Castro's Son Commits Suicide

The 68-year-old son of late Cuban dictator Fidel Castro, Fidel Angel Castro Dmaz-Balart,  committed suicide on Thursday after suffering from depression, reports Cuban state-run media.  Diaz-Balart, who had been attended by a group of doctors for several months due to a state of profound depression, committed suicide this morning, reported Cubadebate.cu. Known as “Fidelito” due to […]

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"One Typhoon Away From Full Breach" – US Nuke-Test Dome Leaking Fatal Radiation Into Pacific Ocean

Before the 1970s, the United States and other nuclear-armed countries conducted more than 500 atomic weapons tests in the atmosphere. During these tests, radioactive debris and gases were flung up into the atmosphere and traveled around the world. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has stated that people around the world have had exposure […]

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