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Three Questions to Change the Election

Three Questions to Change the Election

The number of candidates for President seems to grow on a daily basis. Each new candidate attempts to convince us they are the new hope for a better tomorrow. Jobs. Inequality. And the ever popular – “let’s be bipartisan so we can all move forward together!” These are the topics – the safe topics – ...

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Senior Official: Gulftainer Shipping Weapons to Iranian-Backed Terrorists In Iraq

Senior Official: Gulftainer Shipping Weapons to Iranian-Backed Terrorists In Iraq

Alan Jones | 1776 Channel

Gulftainer shipping weapons to Iranian-backed terrorists in Iraq: Former senior official for coalition embassy in Iraq cites Iraq port authority officials’ leak to Iraqi media

 (1776 Channel) Gulftainer, the UAE container terminal operator that was recently awarded a ...

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The Jihad Caucus

The Jihad Caucus

James Simpson | DC Independent Examiner

The United States allows 70,000 people from all over the world to obtain legal permanent residence through our Refugee Program--one of the most generous in the world. We also bring in another 40,000 or so through the Asylum program. Then there is the Special ...

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America’s Strategic Infrastructure Compromised: Did Clinton Pay-To-Play Arrangement Compromise National Security?

America’s Strategic Infrastructure Compromised: Did Clinton Pay-To-Play Arrangement Compromise National Security?

Alan Jones | 1776 Channel

America’s strategic infrastructure compromised:

Did Clinton pay-to-play arrangement hand over port container operations inside national security nexus to wealthy foreign associates?

By Alan Jones | May 24, 2015

 

(L to R) Former Special Assistant to President Clinton, ...

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How the Media Got Into Bed with the Clintons

How the Media Got Into Bed with the Clintons

Republican operative Karl Rove writesin The Wall Street Journal that “few demonstrate as much contempt for journalists as do Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.” That may be true for Obama, but Mrs. Clinton has taken a different approach. Her platforms, the Clinton Foundation and its project, the ...

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White House Releases New Policing Recommendations

Bob Dane | Immigration Reform

Immediate Termination of all State and Local Immigration Enforcement Urged

Today, the White House released The President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policingin response to demands from special interest communities and recent events such as Ferguson and ...

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Stephanopoulos Fiasco is Par for the Course

Stephanopoulos Fiasco is Par for the Course

What is surprising about the latest George Stephanopoulos controversy is that most of the media are treating it as something unusual rather than an acknowledgement of a problem that’s been plaguing the media for decades. We at Accuracy in Media are happy to see this issue receive the scrutiny it ...

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Schrödinger's Jihad

Schrödinger's Jihad

The great paradox of the War on Terror is that we are fighting an enemy that doesn’t exist. We are told incessantly that there is no such thing as a Muslim terrorist.

There may be a tiny minority of violent extremists, but they are only a tiny minority of no importance whatsoever. And yet we’ve ...

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EB-5 Faces Population Problems: Too Many Middlemen, Too Few Visas

EB-5 Faces Population Problems: Too Many Middlemen, Too Few Visas

David North | Center for Immigration Studies

It is ironic that the Department of Homeland Security — an outfit that apparently believes that there never can be too many people under any circumstance — finds itself with a highly specialized population problem of its own making.

Although the ...

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