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    Today, 01:21 AM
    It's time for a blanket revocation for anyone who isn't currently required to have one.
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    Yesterday, 11:41 PM
    December 6, 2016 Omarosa Manigault has penned a passionate essay defending her former Apprentice boss, Donald Trump, against allegations of racism and sexism, and revealing how the president-elect was there for her after her brother’s murder and the sudden death of her then-fiancé, actor Michael Clarke Duncan. “I’m black, female, and Donald Trump is my friend,” the former reality star wrote in The Hollywood Reporter on Tuesday, December 6. “In my experiences with him, he has only been professional. I am aware of the perceptions. But he is open-minded: He does not judge people on their gender or race. He judges them on their ability to do the job,” she wrote of the real estate mogul. Addressing claims of sexism, Manigault said Trump’s companies have more female executives than his competition and pays them more, and pointed out his daughter Ivanka Trump “is about to take over the company.” https://www.usmagazine.com/celebrity-news/news/omarosa-defends-donald-trump-hes-not-sexist-racist-w454202/
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    Yesterday, 10:42 PM
    Those involved probably do that too, why else would you sexualize their childhood by cramming weirdosexuality down their throats?
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    Yesterday, 10:30 PM
    While friends and admirers mourn the loss of investigative journalist Jen Moore — who was found dead in a suburban D.C. hotel room Monday — a haunting final interview has surfaced where Moore details the Clinton case she was working on at the time of her suspicious death. Moore, an advocate who investigated abused and trafficked children, had been in the process of investigating allegations by a 26-year-old man that — as a young boy — he was sexually assaulted by Bill Clinton and pimped out at private sex parties attended by other D.C. elites. Moore, who was often called “Task Force as a nickname,” was interviewed about the Clinton case on July 13th by YouTube and radio journalist Farmer Jones. One month later, Moore’s she was dead, her body found by employees at the Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Washington, D.C. East – in Capitol Heights, Maryland. The investigation is ongoing. Autopsy results were not available on Wednesday. During the Jones interview Moore expressed dismay and frustration that despite her sharing the details with Homeland Security agents in charge of child trafficking investigations, no one had reached out to her to follow up about the details of the alleged victim. Or the alleged suspect. Moore died of an apparent seizure. Police said the death was not the result of suicide. Just four weeks before her death, Moore filed details of the alleged victim’s claims with the Department of Homeland Security, detailing the allegations against Clinton. Moore contacted Homeland Security beginning on July 6th through July 9th, records show. A week later, she contacted the FBI with identical details about the victim and the shocking allegations against Clinton. FBI sources report no case has been opened on the evidence supplied by Moore. Homeland Security never contacted Moore to follow up after she shared details with the agency.
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    Yesterday, 09:41 PM
    And? One exception means nothing.
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    Yesterday, 09:32 PM
    The problem is that they want to force us to be like them along with all their other liberty destroying ideas.
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    Yesterday, 09:30 PM
    A Pentagon whistleblower was stripped of his security clearance and demoted after complaining about questionable government contracts with both FBI informant spy Stefan Halper and a company headed by Chelsea Clinton's "best friend" for whom then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton arranged meetings, reports the Washington Times. Adam Lovinger, a Trump supporter and 12-year veteran of the Pentagon's Office of Net Assessment (ONA), filed a whistleblower reprisal complaint with the Defense Department's inspector general in May against ONA boss James Baker - who hired Halper, 73, to "conduct foreign relations" and kept the details of the spy's contracts "close to the vest." Baker was appointed chief of the ONA in 2015 by Obama Defense Secretary, Ashton Carter. At that point, Lovinger wouldn't have known was a spy working with the FBI/DOJ on operation "Crossfire Hurricane" - the code name for the Obama administration's counterintelligence operation against the Trump campaign. In an internal October 2016 email to higher-ups, Mr. Lovinger wrote of “the moral hazard associated with the Washington Headquarters Services contracting with Stefan Halper,” the complaint said. It said Mr. Baker hired Mr. Halper to “conduct foreign relations,” a job that should be confined to government officials. ... In the fall of 2016, as the election loomed, Mr. Lovinger sent emails to Mr. Baker and other officials at the Office of Net Assessment complaining about the entire outside contracting process. He also said the office failed to write papers on long-term threats presented by radical Islam, China and Iran. And in September 2016, Lovinger sent an email directly to Baker summing up the perceived problems, which reads in part: “Some of our contractors distribute to others their ONA work for personal and professional self-promotion,” wrote Lovinger. “Another part is the growing narrative that ONA’s most high-profile contractors are known for getting paid a lot to do rather peripheral work." “On the issue of pay, our contractors boast about how much they get paid from ONA. Such boasting, of course, generates jealously among those outside the club, and particularly from those who have tried to secure ONA contracts unsuccessfully.” "On the issue of quality, more than once I have heard our contractor studies labeled ‘derivative,’ ‘college-level’ and based heavily on secondary sources. One of our contractor studies was literally cut and pasted from a World Bank report that I just happened to have read the week before reading the contractor study itself. Even the font was the same."
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    Yesterday, 09:06 PM
    That is GOD leading you into a place of temptation, he has a right to test us by exposing us to temptation and he does.
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    Yesterday, 09:00 PM
    Canada has a much smaller population than the US and those numbers are probably overly conservative.
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    Yesterday, 08:59 PM
    For the trans national elite corporations maybe, they would undercut legal workers and cost the government tons of money for welfare and crime.
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    Yesterday, 08:54 PM
    The company's reaction is cause to suspect they were in on it:
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    Yesterday, 08:40 PM
    They always start with the thin end of the wedge and the crime stats are manipulated.
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    Yesterday, 08:29 PM
    Four planes were forced to make emergency landings in Chile and Peru on Thursday because of bomb threats issued to Chile’s civil aviation authority, the authority said in a statement. Two of the planes were operated by LATAM Airlines and two by Sky, a low-cost Chilean airline, the aviation authority said. Sky also reported that a third plane it operated was prevented from taking off because of a bomb threat. According to the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGAC) and the airlines, inspections of three of those five planes found no bombs, and at least one plane was later allowed to resume its flight. For four of the five flights, Santiago, Chile’s capital, was either the origination or the destination. More at: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-chile-aviation-security/four-planes-make-emergency-landings-in-chile-and-peru-after-bomb-threats-authorities-idUSKBN1L12NW?il=0
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    Yesterday, 08:26 PM
    I broke the link and added spaces, remove the spaces and paste it in your browser
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    Yesterday, 08:07 PM
    The word is Q U E E Ring
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    Yesterday, 07:47 PM
    This school year, students across the country will attend courses on “*****ing the Bible,” “*****ing Childhood,” “*****ing Theology,” and similar topics. Students at Pomona College in Claremont, California, for instance, will have the opportunity to enroll in a brand new course titled “*****ing Childhood,” which will examine “the figure of the Child and how this figuration is used by politics, law, and medicine to justify continued cultural investment in reproductive heteronormativity and productive ablebodiedness.” The course description explains that students will examine the childhoods of “***** and crip children,” as well as “childhoods against which the figure of the Child is articulated,” with reference to work related to “gender studies, childhood studies, disability studies, and ***** theory.” More at: h t t p s://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-08-16/colleges-offer-courses-q u e e r ing-children-bible Remove the spaces and paste in your browser
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    Yesterday, 07:39 PM
    A state senator in Michigan's legislature is under fire over allegations she used racial slurs to attack her primary election rival in front of voters. Rep. Bettie Cook Scott (D-Detroit), who is black, used deeply offensive anti-Asian slurs in describing her opponent Rep. Stephanie Chang (D-Detroit) in a now viral story. On Thursday the Detroit Metro Times published a full report, outlining the allegations: Scott is alleged to have referred to Chang as "ching-chang" and "the ching-chong" to multiple voters outside polling precincts during last Tuesday's election. She's also said to have called one of Chang's campaign volunteers an “immigrant,” saying “you don’t belong here” and “I want you out of my country.” Chang and Scott were running in the Democratic primary for state Sen. District 1. Chang won the election with 49 percent of the vote; Scott came in third with 11 percent of the vote. Since the series of incidents first surfaced Rep. Scott has been called upon by over a dozen local community groups to issue a formal apology. National organizations have also weighed in, including the Association of Chinese Americans and the African Bureau of Immigration & Social Affairs, all demanding an explanation from Scott.
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    Yesterday, 07:22 PM
    The truce agreement between Israel and Hamas will last for one year, will include prisoner swaps for missing soldiers and civilians, and could create a cargo shipping connection between Cyprus and Gaza, The Times of Israel reported Aug. 16. The six-phase truce will also include a comprehensive cease-fire, medical and humanitarian assistance, the opening of Gaza's borders and Qatari-led reconstruction of Gaza's infrastructure. More at: https://worldview.stratfor.com/situation-report/israel-palestinian-territories-truce-details-emerge
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    Yesterday, 07:19 PM
    Turkey has carried out airstrikes against a convoy of Sinjar Resistance Units that included some operatives from the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), Kurdistan 24 reported Aug. 16. Turkey is concerned by the PKK presence in Sinjar but has refrained from aggressive action because of Iraqi and U.S. opposition to Turkish operations there. More at: https://worldview.stratfor.com/situation-report/iraq-turkey-strikes-kurdish-convoy
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    Yesterday, 07:18 PM
    Better than a Demoncrat or most RINOs is all I can say for him. He also feel like a conman
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    Yesterday, 07:06 PM
    New York Governor Andrew Cuomo (shown), who faces a challenge for governor from the hard left, inserted foot into mouth yesterday when he blurted out what a minority of nutty progressives say: “America was never that great.” Cuomo quickly reversed himself and decided that America was pretty great after all. But that didn’t stop his fellow New Yorker, President Donald Trump, from launching one of his patented ALL-CAPS TWITTER MISSILES at the leftist, who never met a crazy cause he wouldn’t support. What He Said Speaking at a sex-trafficking bill signing, Cuomo apparently was trying to make sport of The Donald’s slogan “Make American Great Again,” which appears on hats and other paraphernalia at fine stores and websites everywhere. “We’re not gonna make America great again,” Cuomo grumbled. “It was never that great.” The crowd gasped.
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    Yesterday, 06:59 PM
    Swordsmyth replied to a thread Mexico. in World News & Affairs
    U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry praised the goal set out by Mexico’s incoming president to end massive gasoline and diesel imports, nearly all of which come from the United States, as a measure that will boost prosperity in its southern neighbor. During a visit on Wednesday to the Mexican capital in which he met with both current officials as well as key advisers to President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, Perry brushed off concerns that U.S. refiners stand to lose their biggest foreign market. “It’s a good goal for Mexico. I tip my hat to the president-elect for having that as a goal,” said Perry, a former governor of Texas, the most prominent energy producing and refining U.S. state. “I hope they’re successful with that transition.” So far this year, Mexico has imported an average of 1.19 million barrels per day (bpd) of fuel including gasoline and diesel, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Fuel imports now represent 60 percent of the country’s total consumption, as crude processing at Mexico’s domestic refineries has steadily declined. Perry pointed to growing South American markets as potential new buyers of U.S. refined products, noting that Venezuela’s oil output has plummeted amid a major economic crisis. “We’re going to have more markets, most likely, than we’re going to have product,” he said.
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    Yesterday, 06:56 PM
    As migrants continue to spill over the porous southern border, many politicians are calling the situation a “crisis” and are urging the government to do more. Some have even proposed putting up a fence along one of the longest borders in the world. The border in question, however, is not America’s border with Mexico, but Canada’s with the United States. Some estimate that as many as 400 a day are crossing the 5,525 mile border between Canada and the U.S. through non-official ports of entry and with provincial elections looming, the issue is causing political ramifications. This situation has created political tension across Canada, with conservatives laying blame for the “crisis” squarely at the feet of Justin Trudeau’s government. Shortly after President Trump took office, the Canadian prime minister issued a now-infamous Tweet saying that all refugees would be welcome in his country, with the hashtag #WelcomeToCanada. To those fleeing persecution, terror & war, Canadians will welcome you, regardless of your faith. Diversity is our strength #WelcomeToCanada — Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) January 28, 2017 Many, such as the opposition Conservative Party’s shadow Minister for Immigration, Michelle Rempel, have said that this created an unrealistic expectation that anyone could come to Canada. During emergency meetings in Parliament this summer on the issue, Rempel said she doesn’t think that’s sustainable, and added that she thought the “situation is going to get worse.” Those feelings have been echoed by leaders in the province of Ontario, who have called on the Trudeau government to do come up with a plan on how to deal with asylum-seekers, who continue to cross into the country in significant numbers. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police intercepted 7,326 people at the border between April and July.
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    Yesterday, 06:49 PM
    The leader of Germany’s Left Party Sahra Wagenknecht has launched a new political movement called ‘Stand Up,’ which aims to be a voice for workers and to unite a divided left across Europe. While left-wing are not against immigration on principle, the new ‘Aufstehen’ movement presents a case for limiting the number of migrants coming to Germany looking for work, arguing that “unlimited access” to the German labor market is unsustainable and cannot continue. “There have to be open borders for the persecuted, but we certainly can’t say that anyone who wants to may come to Germany, claim social benefits and look for work — it’s detached from reality,” Wagenknecht said. With polls showing people want “better pay, better pension, a non-confrontational foreign policy regarding Russia,” Stand Up wants to offer them a “political direction.” Its goal, according to Dagdelen, is to present to people who were disillusioned with the current state of politics in Germany an alternative to the far-right Alternative For Germany (AFD). She says this is something the Social Democratic Party, the Green Party and the Left party had failed to do so far. “The AFD is getting strong and there is a chance for them to become the people’s party, which is absurd,” she said, but admitted that it was “understandable” that some people were turning toward right wing parties when they saw no other option. “Integration policy has pretty much rendered the minimum wage defunct. What was once a one euro job now only brings 80 cents,” she said. “People need to be able to earn a wage that lets them live in dignity. If this is not happening, it’s understandable that people become angry and lean towards right-wing parties.” A new poll found as many as 34 percent of German voters would choose the new movement if elections were held, according to Focus.de.
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    Yesterday, 06:46 PM
    Disney and Marvel have decided not to reinstate James Gunn as director of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 after firing him last month. The studio head Alan Horn met with Gunn to discuss his future with Disney as “a courtesy to clear the air” with the filmmaker. According to Variety, Marvel president Kevin Feige – while rumoured to be supporting Gunn’s reinstatement – stands by Disney’s ultimate decision. Recent reports stated there were no plans to re-hire him as director despite a backlash from the world of celebrity including his Guardians cast who signed an open letter supporting his re-hiring. Dave Bautista later said the prospect of working on the sequel without Gunn was “nauseating.” Disney bosses announced they had “severed” ties with Gunn branding his comments “indefensible and inconsistent with values.“ Gunn previously apologised for the ill-judged tweets ahead of his employment by Disney for the first Guardians of the Galaxy back in 2012. Disney claims it had no idea they existed and only learned about them when they recirculated.
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    Yesterday, 06:44 PM
    A star of the Netflix show “***** Eye,” Jonathan Van Ness, is getting heat from the left after he sent out a tweet calling for Democrats to stop demonizing Trump supporters. Not all republicans are racist. Just like not all democrars are evil, we have to stop demonizing eachother. Unless you’re actually racist then you suck, Trump is Racist – not all his voters are necessarily we gotta remember we are all in this together. — Jonathan Van Ness (@jvn) August 15, 2018 At this point, if they are still supporting Trump, they are racists at worst, don't care if people are racists at best. Sorry, @jvn I see no way around this. I've severed ties with family members who insist on supporting Trump. — MLWalley37 (@MLWalley37) August 15, 2018 This is the worst political advice ever. Progressive candidates that actually stand for something are how we win. Running towards the center with Clinton just gave us 4 years of Trump – let’s not be silly again. People want universal healthcare… period. — ಠ_ಠ (@jizzywinks) August 15, 2018
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    Yesterday, 06:38 PM
    Q !!mG7VJxZNCI ID: 21e481 No.2636358 Aug 16 2018 19:32:11 (EST) NEW >>2635778
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    Yesterday, 06:35 PM
    A campaign ad for a California Republican congressional candidate was banned by Twitter Thursday, in what is being seen as a deliberate act of midterm election meddling. Twitter cited “obscene” content for blocking Elizabeth Heng’s ad, which discusses her family’s struggle fleeing Cambodia following the rise of Pol Pot and the brutal Khmer Rouge communist regime. In a press release obtained by Breitbart, the Heng campaign said they attempted to appeal Twitter’s decision, but the company answered back saying the video was banned due to “offensive” material. “In recent attempts to advertise Elizabeth Heng’s campaign video on Twitter, the campaign has received a message from the company stating that upon review, the ad is ‘ineligible to participate in the Twitter Ads program at this time based on our Inappropriate Content policy.’ Twitter defined inappropriate content as ‘that which is offensive, vulgar, or obscene,’” the press release stated. After the campaign appealed the ban, Twitter sent back another message, bolding the word “obscene”: “When the campaign reached out for clarification on the exact content in violation, Twitter responded with the same message they had sent previously, highlighting the word ‘obscene’ in bold. The campaign pressed to resolve the issue, but was sent a final message from the Twitter Ads Support team saying they had reconfirmed that the ad was not eligible to run on Twitter and that they could ‘no longer assist or support any further requests.’” Facebook had also banned Heng’s ad just 10 days earlier, however the social media giant came to its senses and reversed its decision, saying there was nothing “shocking, disrespectful, or sensational” about it. “Upon further review, it is clear the video contains historical imagery relevant to the candidate’s story. We have since approved the ad and it is now running on Facebook,” Facebook officials clarified. In Facebook’s case, they had initially claimed the ad’s depiction of images from the Cambodian genocide violated a policy on content intended to “shock or scare.”
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