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    Today, 05:22 PM
    And everyone but you can just suffer under brutal tyranny. Now we know why anarchists tend not to get much traction.
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    Today, 05:09 PM
    Pedophile publicist wrapped up in the inquest following the Jimmy Saville exposure is found to have died from a heart attack in his prison cell due to freezing conditions, as a result of the lack of hot water and heat for his cell from a boiler that was left broken.
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    Today, 05:06 PM
    All Demoncrats should have to recuse because it is an election year, that's only fair considering that they claim Trump can't investigate Biden's crimes because Biden is running for office.
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    Today, 05:05 PM
    You are probably right about Orig, he has been reasonable about Trump in the past and doesn't seem to be infected with TDS. But I guarantee that a number of people here will scream that Trump is a dictator putting his political opponents in jail.
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    Today, 05:03 PM
    Nadler failed to swear in witnesses at Judiciary Impeachment hearings.
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    Today, 05:02 PM
    It's also annoying when they focus on a minimal good like Trump and demand that we support a great evil like the deepstate because Trump is imperfect. Such people are either deepstate shills or deliberately trying to bring about total tyranny and total collapse in the foolish belief that something better than what we have or what we can progress towards would appear out of the ashes, but that is ridiculously unlikely, we would most probably either be stuck with the tyranny and never have the total collapse or see something worse than we have emerge when all was said and done.
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    Today, 04:52 PM
    It's the philosophy of "all or nothing", the goal seems to be to get some people to get nothing because they won't take something and can't get it all. Whether any individual is one of those who is duped or one of those doing the duping can be hard to tell.
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    Today, 04:32 PM
    It's hard to investigate criminals without being seen with them. You want us to back the deepstate and the communists as the best available way to bring down Trump, the proper point of view is that Trump is the best available option to bring down the deepstate.
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    Today, 04:29 PM
    Any stick will do to beat a dog, right? And Trump is the designated dog to be beaten, the MSM says so. It couldn't be that Trump is the best available rock to use to crush the slug of the deepstate, right?
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    Today, 04:25 PM
    The clouds wept.
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    Today, 04:22 PM
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    Today, 04:02 PM
    You should support Brennan. At least that is what some posters would have us believe.
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    Today, 04:01 PM
    South Africa’s state power company intensified rolling blackouts to a record, signaling a deepening crisis at the debt-ridden utility and raising the risk of a second recession in as many years. Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd. said on Monday it will move to Stage 6 load-shedding from 6 p.m. local time, meaning it will cut 6,000 megawatts from the national grid, after a technical problem at the giant new Medupi Power Station curbed supply. That’s the biggest cut yet. The utility downgraded the status to Stage 4 as of 10 p.m. The utility is curbing power for a fifth straight day as it struggles with breakdowns at plants and heavy rains that have soaked coal used as fuel. The blackouts have a debilitating effect on the economy by curtailing mining and factory output and causing crippling traffic delays. “It does mean that the economy is heading for a recession,” Iraj Abedian, chief executive officer of Pan-African Investments and Research Services, said by phone from Johannesburg. “There’s no way that hot on the heels of the previous quarter’s negative growth in GDP with this type of humongous and material disruption to the continuity of business that the economy can register positive growth.” South Africa’s statistics office announced last week that gross domestic product shrank an annualized 0.6% in the three months through September. Power cuts also dented the economy in the first quarter, when it contracted the most in a decade, led by a drop in manufacturing, mining and agriculture output Eskom’s announcement marked the end of a torrid day on Twitter for South African President Cyril Ramaphosa. His weekly letter to the nation highlighting how Medupi is a fitting symbol of the importance of state-owned companies was derided on the social-media site. At 10 p.m. local time he issued a statement commiserating with his countrymen. “The ongoing load-shedding is devastating for the country. It is causing our economy great harm and disrupting the lives of citizens,” he said. “The anger and frustration that this load-shedding has caused is understandable.” Municipalities were also caught off guard, with Johannesburg electricity distributor City Power saying it has no load-shedding schedule for Stage 6.
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    Today, 03:57 PM
    Sen. Rand Paul suspects someone revoked President Trump's order to have former CIA Director John Brennan's security clearance revoked. The president announced in August that Brennan's security clearance was being stripped due to "erratic behavior" that disqualified him from having access to sensitive information. But the White House never followed through with the complicated bureaucratic process of revocation, a source told the New York Times in a report published last month. Asked to comment about it in an interview on CNN, Paul said the "deep state," in which federal or military officials defy a democratically elected government, was likely to blame. "Now the deep state is actually protecting their own and not listening to the president's orders," the Kentucky Republican said on Tuesday. "I was sitting in the White House when President Trump said I want his security clearance taken, and I saw the order given. I saw the chief of staff was there, not the current chief of staff, the previous chief of staff." "People talk about the deep state, now the deep state's actually protecting their own," says Sen. @RandPaul on ex-CIA Dir. John Brennan keeping his security clearance. "I was sitting in the White House when President Trump said I want his security clearance taken." — CNN Newsroom (@CNNnewsroom) June 4, 2019
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    Today, 03:50 PM
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    Today, 03:49 PM
    TDS has no cure and is progressive. And some people may never have been in favor of the rule of law, the Constitution or even liberty, they may have always been here as agents of the deepstate. The beautiful thing about Trump is that he is making the cabal expose all of its agents by making them defend tyranny openly as a "good" thing.
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    Today, 03:26 PM
    You are the greedy one who wants what other people have created and earned and you will destroy everything you covet trying to take it.
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    Today, 03:24 PM
    The paper tiger rules the concrete jungle.
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    Today, 03:23 PM
    After the animals unwrap their gifts.
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    Today, 01:28 PM
    This a coup against President Trump!
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    Today, 03:03 AM
    Turkey and Libya have signed an expanded maritime, security and military cooperation agreement which gives Turkey the right to deploy troops there if requested by authorities in Tripoli, President Erdogan has told state-run TRT television in an interview on Monday. "In the event of such a call coming, it is Turkey's decision what kind of initiative it will take here." Erdogan said, as reported by Reuters. "We will not seek the permission of anyone on this," he underscored. This at a moment the country is still divided between Gen. Khalifa Haftar's advancing LNA forces and the UN-backed Government of National Accord (GNA) in Tripoli. Turkey has been the most aggressive backer of Tripoli, offering military equipment and even air power, while the UAE has provided most weaponry for Haftar's 'rebel' army in the developing proxy war. While Washington officially recognizes the GNA, the Trump administration has for months verbalized support for Haftar, long seen as the 'CIA's man in Libya'. "Haftar is nothing but a pirate," Erdogan said earlier this year after six Turkish sailors were briefly detained by pro-Haftar forces. Erdogan also claimed that based on the bilateral memorandum, signed on Nov. 27, Turkish forces entering Libyan territory or waters at the request of the GNA would not be a violation of the UN arms embargo on the war-torn country. "With this new agreement between Turkey and Libya, we can hold joint exploration operations in these exclusive economic zones that we determined. There is no problem," Erdogan said.
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    Today, 01:42 AM
    Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, D-Hawaii, announced late Monday that she won't be attending the Democrats' next debate "regardless" of whether she qualifies. Gabbard, who previously flirted with the idea of skipping an earlier debate, appeared more assertive about bowing out of the upcoming debate being hosted by PBS and Politico on Dec. 19. "For a number of reasons, I have decided not to attend the December 19th 'debate' — regardless of whether or not there are qualifying polls," Gabbard tweeted. "I instead choose to spend that precious time directly meeting with and hearing from the people of New Hampshire and South Carolina." Gabbard had met the donor requirement to qualify for the December debate but had yet to meet a requirement that she earn 4-percent support in at least four national or early-state polls approved by the Democratic National Committee -- or hit 6 percent in two approved early-state polls. The cutoff date: Dec. 12. More at:
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    Today, 01:36 AM
    A Greek fighter jet allegedly obtained 'missile lock' on a Turkish frigate that was traveling off the coast of Cyprus on December 8, 2019, the Aviationist reported. Citing photos from the Twitter profile of journalist Yannis Nikitas, the Aviationist reported that a Greek Mirage 2000 jet targeted the Turkish frigate with Exocet anti-ship missiles during a show of force over the weekend. “In the photos we can see the HUD of a Mirage 2000, recognizable also by the characteristic Mirage refueling probe, as it gets a lock on a ship which, according to the caption, could be a Turkish frigate. On the left side of the HUD we can see a 'M39' label, showing that the pilot selected the AM-39 Exocet anti-ship to perform the lock on the ship,” the publication said. Relations between Greece and Turkey have been rocky this year after Ankara began drilling for oil off the coast of Cyprus.
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    Today, 01:15 AM
    The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday refused to hear an appeal by a convicted murderer who filed a civil rights lawsuit because Texas prison officials denied her request to be considered for gender reassignment surgery.The justices let stand a lower court's decision to reject the claim by inmate Vanessa Lynn Gibson that denying the surgery request violated the U.S. Constitution's Eighth Amendment prohibition against cruel and unusual punishment. More at:
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    Today, 01:14 AM
    The commander of the Wisconsin National Guard agreed to resign at Gov. Tony Evers' request Monday, following the release of a scathing federal report that found the Guard defied federal law, regulations and policies for years over the handling of soldiers' sexual assault and harassment complaints.The report from the National Guard Bureau in Washington, D.C., found the Guard allowed internal investigations in defiance of federal law as well as Department of Defense and bureau policy; investigators falsely presented themselves as working for the federal bureau; case records were mismanaged; and Guard sexual assault response policies were not in compliance with federal regulations for more than five years. Evers' office said in a statement that the governor asked the Guard's top leader, Maj. Gen. Donald Dunbar, to resign hours before his administration released the report Monday afternoon. Dunbar agreed to step down on Dec. 31. Evers appointed Brig. Gen. Gary Ebben — the assistant adjutant general of the Wisconsin Air National Guard — as interim commander and will choose a permanent replacement, his office said. The governor also ordered the Guard to implement all of the report's recommendations by September. More at:
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    Today, 01:12 AM
    Russian forces have entered Raqqa, the former de facto capital of the Islamic State caliphate, in one of the starkest examples yet of how Moscow has filled the vacuum created by President Donald Trump's decision to pull U.S. forces from northern Syria.Russian troops were shown in footage on the defence ministry's Zvezda TV channel shaking hands with Syrian children and unloading humanitarian aid bundles with the slogan "Russia is with you" from the back of trucks. Raqqa was captured two years ago by U.S. troops and their Kurdish-led Syrian allies in the biggest victory of Washington's campaign against Islamic State in Syria. But since Trump abruptly ordered a pull-out in October, Moscow has swiftly advanced into territory where U.S. troops had operated. Russia is a close battlefield ally of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's government, which was invited by the Kurds into territory they controlled after Trump pulled his forces out of the way of a Turkish assault against Kurdish-held areas. Russian troops in Raqqa were handing out humanitarian aid and its military doctors were offering residents medical attention, Vladimir Varnavsky, a defence ministry officer, was quoted as saying by RIA news agency. "Work in the city to get rid of the rubble and clear the area (of bombs or mines) is not yet complete and there is a shortage of clean water, medicine and food," he said. More at:
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    Today, 01:07 AM
    The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday left in place a Kentucky restriction requiring doctors to show and describe ultrasound images to women seeking an abortion, turning away a challenge arguing that the measure violates the free speech rights of physicians.The justices declined without comment to hear an appeal by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of a lower court ruling that upheld the law after a federal judge previously had struck it down as a violation of the U.S. Constitution's First Amendment guarantee of free speech. Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin, a Republican who led the defense of the law, applauded the decision, saying it "gives final affirmation to the commonsense notion that patients should be well equipped with relevant information before making important medical decisions." Kentucky requires a physician or qualified technician to perform the ultrasound and position the screen so the woman can view the images of the fetus. The medical staff are required to describe what the images show, including the size of the fetus and any organs or appendages visible. They are also required to make audible the sound of the fetal heartbeat. The law requires the physicians to continue with the process even if the patient objects and shows signs of distress. Doctors can be fined and referred to the state's medical licensing board if they fail to comply with the law. More at:
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    Today, 12:36 AM
    Yankees are pretty bad.
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    Today, 12:25 AM
    A 110.2 per cent increase in the price of pork from a year earlier led to a further rise in China’s consumer prices in November, as African swine fever continued to take a toll on the country’s pig population, data released on Tuesday showed. The consumer price index (CPI) rose to 4.5 per cent from a year earlier, up from a 3.8 per cent gain in October , the highest reading since reaching the same level in January 2012, according to the National Bureau of Statistics. China’s consumer prices have steadily increased all year having stood at 1.9 per cent in January. The highest CPI reading on record was the 8.2 per cent recorded in March 2008 during the global financial crisis. The November increase was above the 4.3 per cent increase expected by analysts in a survey by Bloomberg.
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