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    Today, 04:38 PM
    Forbes faced ridicule and condemnation after the media outlet encouraged women to travel alone to Pakistan, including to areas where the Taliban is active. “Pakistan. It’s not exactly on every solo female traveler’s bucket list. But that doesn’t mean that it shouldn’t be,” states the article, which serves as promotional material for Vlogger Eva zu Beck, who made a video asserting that Pakistan “could be the world’s #1 tourism destination.” The article even notes how Beck headed straight into “Taliban Territory” during the trip, which is obviously a fantastic idea for any female traveling alone. Respondents to the article on Twitter were not so enthusiastic about Pakistan being on a solo female traveler’s “bucket list.” “This would only be a good idea if it were the last item on her bucket list,” commented Yasmine Mohammed. “Is the bucket for her head to be carried around in,” quipped Michael Malice.
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    Today, 04:28 PM
    ‘Islam is Right About Women’ Signs Appear in Austin, Texas
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    Today, 04:27 PM
    Kurt Eichenwald Posts 1983 Image of Child Earthquake Victims to Bash Trump Over Syria Pullout
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    Today, 04:14 PM
    In August, we reported that at least half of China's breeding pigs have died from African swine fever or been slaughtered to contain the spreading of the disease. New figures published Monday from the Ministry of Agriculture of the People's Republic of China showed the pig-apocalypse continues to get worse. The country's herd in Sept. collapsed 41.1% YoY. China is losing millions of pigs to an outbreak of African swine fever https://t.co/VypseSLjPK pic.twitter.com/1IWZmpNBJX — Inkstone (@InkstoneNews) October 4, 2019 While government estimates are more conservative, the recent plunge in pig herds across the country could be around 50% to 55% by late 4Q19, Rabobank told Reuters. "Next year, especially in the first half, production will go down further," Pan Chenjun, senior analyst at the bank, told Reuters last Friday. The supply of the country's favorite meat has collapsed by 40% to 50% this year, depending on what statistics you read. This has already devastated rural communities and pushed up food prices to crisis levels. "Something like 50% of sows are dead," Edgar Wayne Johnson, a veterinarian who has spent 14 years in China, told Reuters in June. As the chart below shows, the Pork Index Guangdong Daily priced in dollars per kilogram has soared to record highs in Oct., adding pressure on Beijing to contain food-price inflation during the trade war with the US.
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    Today, 04:11 PM
    Ratting on them is just a downpayment on reclaiming your humanity.
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    Today, 04:04 PM
    WRONG. Genesis 9:6 “Whoso sheddeth man's blood, by man shall his blood be shed: for in the image of God made he man.” King James Version (KJV) 1 Kings 2:31 “And the king said unto him, Do as he hath said, and fall upon him, and bury him; that thou mayest take away the innocent blood, which Joab shed, from me, and from the house of my father.” King James Version (KJV)
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    Today, 03:56 PM
    The Image of the Beast, coming soon to a world near you.
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    Today, 03:55 PM
    The enactment of the Public Charge rule comes after Trump signed an order set to begin in September that enforces existing 1996 laws signed into statute by then-President Bill Clinton. The order mandates that a family member or business sponsor of a legal immigrant looking to permanently resettle in the U.S. is responsible for paying back the welfare costs previously used by that immigrant. For example, if a visa holder has used $10,000 in food stamp benefits while living in the U.S., when a family member sponsors them for a green card, that family member will be notified of the legal immigrant’s welfare costs to taxpayers and will be obligated to pay back the amount. If the sponsor of a legal immigrant does not pay the welfare cost, the Treasury Offset Program will take the money out of the sponsor’s taxes for that year. The order also ensures that the personal income of a legal immigrant’s sponsor is taken into consideration when a legal immigrant is applying for federal welfare. Currently, only the income of legal immigrants is considered by federal agencies when applying for public benefits. Under the rules set out by Clinton’s 1996 law, the Trump administration will make certain that the income of both the legal immigrant and their sponsor is considered when applying for benefits. More at: https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/08/12/public-charge-favors-self-sufficiency/ But what most people don't know is that in 1996 — fresh off the heels of signing welfare reform, and two years after signing the "crime bill" — President Bill Clinton signed a bill that overhauled immigration enforcement in the US and laid the groundwork for the massive deportation machine that exists today. Both welfare reform and the crime bills Clinton signed have been relitigated during a contentious Democratic primary, but the 1996 immigration bill — the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act — hasn't. More at: https://www.vox.com/2016/4/28/11515132/iirira-clinton-immigration
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    Today, 03:48 PM
    How can you object when he used the word "helped"? I don't agree with the Russian line that just because they wasted more lives in human wave attacks they should get #1 credit but even if you do all it said is that we helped.
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    Today, 03:47 PM
    They cheat and the rates (it's the rates not the absolute numbers that matter) are actually worse than that because many of them use stolen native identities to collect.
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    Today, 03:45 PM
    GOD made the rules, murderers get executed. It is inaccurate, on the generous side, I already said he was executed as a murderer should be. LOL
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    Today, 03:43 PM
    He wasn't pointing out blowback, he was objecting to me saying the Europeans should keep them out because "they deserve it".
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    Today, 02:20 PM
    Washington is Wrong Once Again – Kurds Join Assad to Defend Syria Written by Ron Paul - October 14, 2019 When President Trump Tweeted last week that “it is time for us to get out of these ridiculous endless wars,” adding that the US would be withdrawing from Syria, Washington went into a panic. Suddenly Republicans, Democrats, the media, the think tanks, and the war industry all discovered and quickly became experts on “the Kurds,” who we were told were an “ally” being sent to their slaughter by an ignorant President Trump. But it was all just another bipartisan ploy to keep the “forever war” gravy train rolling through the Beltway. Interventionists will do anything to prevent US troops from ever coming home, and their favorite tactic is promoting “mission creep.” As President Trump Tweeted, we were told in 2014 by President Obama that the US military would go into Syria for just 30 days to save the Yazidi minority that they claimed were threatened. Then that mission crept into “we must fight ISIS” and so the US military continued to illegally occupy and bomb Syria for five more years. Even though it was the Syrian army with its Russian and Iranian allies that did the bulk of the fighting against al-Qaeda and ISIS in Syria, President Trump took credit and called for the troops to come home. But when the military comes home, the military-industrial-Congressional-media complex loses its cash cow, so a new rationale had to be invented.
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    Today, 01:47 PM
    If you've been paying attention you might have picked up on the irony that Turkey now appears the most powerful country in Europe thanks to the refugee threat. It's further appeared unfazed that the EU has appeared ready to ban all arms deliveries to Ankara over its internationally condemned military incursion into Syria, following Germany and France over the weekend announcing a temporary suspension, fearing weapons would be used against Syria's Kurds. But alas on Monday the EU proved once again its position is too weak to act: "European Union countries committed on Monday to suspending arms exports to Turkey, but stopped short of the EU-wide arms embargo that France and Germany had sought," Reuters reported. “Member states commit to strong national positions regarding their arms export policy to Turkey,” EU foreign ministers said, stopping short of a Europe-wide weapons embargo. Speaking to Deutsche Welle on Germany's imposed ban which took effect Saturday, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said any such move would “just strengthen us.” Not only does Ankara appear unfazed, also as Europe is likely to do nothing really of substance to halt the Turkish operation, it clearly has all the leverage. As one op-ed commented related to German Chancellor Angela Merkel's Sunday phone call demanding that Erdogan put an “immediate end” to 'Operation Peace Spring', why would he listen?... "After all, he has 3.6 million reasons not to." Erdogan threatened last week, not for the first time: "Hey EU, wake up. I say it again: if you try to frame our operation there as an invasion, our task is simple: we will open the doors and send 3.6 million migrants to you," he said. Comparing even the tone of each side's rhetoric, European leaders are treating Erdogan with kid gloves, while his is full of bravado and very specific extreme threat of action. “We have a common desire that this offensive ends," French President Emmanuel Macron said alongside Merkel. "This offensive risks creating an unsustainable humanitarian situation.” And EU Council President Donald Tusk on Friday: “Turkey must understand that our main concern is that their actions may lead to another humanitarian catastrophe, which would be unacceptable.” With 'threatening' words like "unacceptable" and empty threats of "dramatic consequences" with no follow through — no wonder Turkish leaders feel free to positively boast "this will just strengthen us".
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    Today, 01:46 PM
    If you've been paying attention you might have picked up on the irony that Turkey now appears the most powerful country in Europe thanks to the refugee threat. It's further appeared unfazed that the EU has appeared ready to ban all arms deliveries to Ankara over its internationally condemned military incursion into Syria, following Germany and France over the weekend announcing a temporary suspension, fearing weapons would be used against Syria's Kurds. But alas on Monday the EU proved once again its position is too weak to act: "European Union countries committed on Monday to suspending arms exports to Turkey, but stopped short of the EU-wide arms embargo that France and Germany had sought," Reuters reported. “Member states commit to strong national positions regarding their arms export policy to Turkey,” EU foreign ministers said, stopping short of a Europe-wide weapons embargo. Speaking to Deutsche Welle on Germany's imposed ban which took effect Saturday, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said any such move would “just strengthen us.” Not only does Ankara appear unfazed, also as Europe is likely to do nothing really of substance to halt the Turkish operation, it clearly has all the leverage. As one op-ed commented related to German Chancellor Angela Merkel's Sunday phone call demanding that Erdogan put an “immediate end” to 'Operation Peace Spring', why would he listen?... "After all, he has 3.6 million reasons not to." Erdogan threatened last week, not for the first time: "Hey EU, wake up. I say it again: if you try to frame our operation there as an invasion, our task is simple: we will open the doors and send 3.6 million migrants to you," he said. Comparing even the tone of each side's rhetoric, European leaders are treating Erdogan with kid gloves, while his is full of bravado and very specific extreme threat of action. “We have a common desire that this offensive ends," French President Emmanuel Macron said alongside Merkel. "This offensive risks creating an unsustainable humanitarian situation.” And EU Council President Donald Tusk on Friday: “Turkey must understand that our main concern is that their actions may lead to another humanitarian catastrophe, which would be unacceptable.” With 'threatening' words like "unacceptable" and empty threats of "dramatic consequences" with no follow through — no wonder Turkish leaders feel free to positively boast "this will just strengthen us".
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    Today, 01:33 PM
    63% of Non-Citizen Households Access Welfare Programs Compared to 35% of native households And their politics contributed to the government suffocation that delays or prevents or jacks up the cost of building anything: Illegal Migrants Come Here as Ready-made Democrats — Here’s Why
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    Today, 01:29 PM
    And some of "our" anarchists don't want us to defend ourselves against them.......................................
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    Today, 01:00 PM
    Written by Ron Paul When President Trump Tweeted last week that “it is time for us to get out of these ridiculous endless wars,” adding that the US would be withdrawing from Syria, Washington went into a panic. Suddenly Republicans, Democrats, the media, the think tanks, and the war industry all discovered and quickly became experts on “the Kurds,” who we were told were an “ally” being sent to their slaughter by an ignorant President Trump. But it was all just another bipartisan ploy to keep the “forever war” gravy train rolling through the Beltway. Interventionists will do anything to prevent US troops from ever coming home, and their favorite tactic is promoting “mission creep.” As President Trump Tweeted, we were told in 2014 by President Obama that the US military would go into Syria for just 30 days to save the Yazidi minority that they claimed were threatened. Then that mission crept into “we must fight ISIS” and so the US military continued to illegally occupy and bomb Syria for five more years.
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    Today, 12:57 PM
    Culture and intelligence matter not skin color and bad as past excessive immigration was the new waves are worse.
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    Today, 12:49 PM
    Roger has an itch.
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    Today, 12:45 PM
    The law prohibiting immigrants likely to become public charges, Clinton signed it back when Demoncrats pretended to be sane but then refused to implement it.
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    Today, 12:43 PM
    He was executed because he was a murderer, murderers have no right to life. He was also making war on Bolivia so the best you can do would be to call him a war casualty. But just keep exposing yourself, I prefer it that way.
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    Today, 12:41 PM
    He'll still be telling us not to fight back when the killing starts, he'll probably deny it is happening like the left does about the Boers.
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    Today, 12:37 PM
    That's if they attack us, that's not the same as telling people to go out and assault Demoncrats at their rallies or when they go out to eat. You are turning into quite the leftists propagandist and moral relativist.
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    Today, 12:24 AM
    The leader of Poland's conservative ruling party has declared victory in an election after an exit poll showed his party expected to have a majority of seats in parliament. Jaroslaw Kaczynski noted that the exit poll wasn't the final result, but nonetheless said "we have a victory: despite a powerful front, we managed to win." The Ipsos research agency projected that Law and Justice won 43.6% of the votes, which was projected to translate into an absolute majority of 239 votes in the 460-seat lower house of parliament. The final official results are expected Tuesday. Kaczynski vowed to continue his party's work, saying it had improved public finances. He said: "We are finishing a certain stage; we are starting a new one. It is not easier, maybe more difficult. But I hope that it will be finished with even greater success." More at: https://news.yahoo.com/latest-tusk-says-polish-democracy-121748395.html
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    Today, 12:07 AM
    Smoke and flames poured from underground sewers in Porter Ranch, California, as residents were evacuated in the face of the advancing Saddleridge fire. In this video, taken on Friday, October 11, as the out-of-control fires approached the San Fernando Valley neighbourhood, fire could be seen coming from the drains and manholes in a retail center parking lot. Video at: https://news.yahoo.com/smoke-flames-pour-sewers-california-013527214.html :confused: What could possibly be burning down in the sewer?
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    Yesterday, 11:58 PM
    Sounds like a bunch of losers.
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