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America: The empire that pays tribute to Islam as a means to avoid terror attacks

In an ironic turn of historic events, the United States is one of the rare empires in history that actually pays tribute to institutions rather than demanding it from subjugated cultures.  And the primary nation that Homeland Security provides taxpayer funds to in the hopes of avoiding a terrorist attack is Islam. Islamic jihadists, funded by either state governments or private benefactors, are the largest ...

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Drain the swamp: New Sec. of State clearing out operatives and even those tied to Muslim Brotherhood

It is believed by many that one of the reasons that Donald Trump has hired so many former 'swamp dwellers' to his cabinet is because if you want to drain a swamp, you actually have to get hip deep into the mire.  And in doing so you need individuals who know the system well, and how to both operate in it, and also how to dismantle it. And contrary to public perception, change doesn't happen in Washington si ...

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Orange Alligator Astounds SC Town

February 09, 2017 Visitors to a pond in the South Carolina town of Hanahan have been left scratching their heads after spotting an alligator that boasts a most unusual color. The vivid orange reptile became somewhat of a viral sensation over the last few days and has been dubbed the 'Trumpagator' by some social media users. Fortunately, the colorful gator has proven to be less elusive than your typical 'mys ...

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This new zoo puts people in captivity and lets the animals run free

This safari park is evoling. It's called the Givskud Zoo, or Zootopia, and was first opened in 1969 as a lion-only park.  A year later, elephants were brought in and today "the park has more than 700 animals representing more than 70 species."  Though, it is still technically a zoo, you can currently drive your own car through, much like a safari. Engineer, Bjarke Ingels has conceptualized the mega-transfor ...

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10 Quotes by Dr. Seuss That Could Change the World

Aside from ‘Red Fish, Blue Fish,” and other novel words in Dr. Seuss’ over 40 children’s books, he’s made some remarkable comments that even adults might want to ruminate on. “And will you succeed? Yes, you will indeed! (98 and ¾ percent guaranteed.)” I love this quote because nothing is certain in life. We get no 100 percent guarantees on anything – our relationships, our careers, nothin’. With a 98 and ¾ ...

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‘Dear White People’ trailer fans flames of America’s racial divide, as expected

The teaser trailer for the latest Netflix show ‘Dear White People’ has sparked outrage on social media, leading many users to cancel their subscriptions to the streaming service in protest of what they feel is a “racist” series. The series is based on a 2014 film of the same name, which won the US Dramatic Special Jury Award for Breakthrough Talent at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival without creating much up ...

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As Construction Begins, Vets Return to Standing Rock — Form Human Shield

“We are prepared to put our bodies between Native elders and a privatized military force,” Elizabeth Williams, a U.S. Air Force veteran, told the Guardian on her decision to come to Standing Rock as a human shield. Williams and perhaps hundreds of other military veterans are descending on several remaining camps at Cannon Ball, North Dakota, near the banks of the Missouri River’s Lake Oahe reservoir in a la ...

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Trump Responds to Drudge, Announces ‘Phenomenal’ Tax Cuts in Coming Weeks

US President Donald Trump on Thursday shared his plans to cut taxes and regulations for millions of Americans, just a day after influential media mogul Matt Drudge tweeted his discontent with the GOP. At a White House meeting with several top airline executives, the president announced he would relieve US businesses of “burdensome regulations” and said a major tax overhaul should be expected within “two or ...

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WATCH: CNN Cuts Off Bernie Sanders on LIVE TV for Calling CNN Fake News

Bernie Sanders is the latest in a growing list of people to be CNN’d — that is, to have the mic mysteriously cut during an interview — when the former presidential candidate dared to barb the outlet as Fake News. CNN anchor Erin Burnett interviewed Sanders on the incendiary contention concerning National Security Advisor General Michael Flynn’s phone call with Russia’s ambassador to the United States, and w ...

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EPA whistleblower fired for telling the truth about geoengineering

(Natural News) A former scientist from the US Environmental Protection Agency is now reportedly working with Geoengineeringwatch.org, after being fired by the federal agency for raising concerns about a major threat to public health, namely, geoengineering. In a statement authored for Geoengineering Watch, Davis writes that he was employed by the EPA for 16 years, and worked for the National Pollution Disch ...

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As Silicon Valley funds lawsuits to protect their cheap foreign labor, Amazon comes clean on breaking U.S. sanctions with Iran

As the Trump administration begins to learn that much of the money going to organizations who are submitting lawsuits in court to try to stop his lawful immigration restrictions has come from Silicon Valley corporations like Google and Facebook, one of these tech giants appears to be sweating a bit over a potential investigation that could end up being quite costly. This is because the online retail giant A ...

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