The Globalists Are Systematically Destroying America’s Middle Class

 By Michael Snyder, on October 1st, 2017 When people are dependent on the government they are much easier to control.  We are often told that we are not “compassionate” when we object to the endless expansion of government social programs, but that is not how the debate should be framed.  In America today, well over…

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Red Red Flag Warning: These California Wildfires Are ‘Among The Most Destructive Fire Events In US History’ And They Are About To Get Even Worse

 By Michael Snyder, on October 11th, 2017 The wildfires that are roaring through northern California are already “among the most destructive fire events in U.S. history”, and by the time it is all said and done this could be the worst wildfire season in the history of the state.  So far, fires have scorched more…

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How The Elite Dominate The World – Part 3: 90% Of What You Watch On Television Is Controlled By Just 6 Giant Corporations

 By Michael Snyder, on October 17th, 2017 How much is your view of the world shaped by what you see on television?  On average, Americans spend more than 150 hours watching television every month, and it is called “programming” for a reason.  If you allow anyone to pour ideas and information into your mind for five hours…

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Prison Planet.com » Attorney: Mueller Hid Russian Bribery Scandal From Congress; Must Resign Now

Source: Prison Planet.com » Attorney: Mueller Hid Russian Bribery Scandal From Congress; Must Resign Now

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Senate Judiciary opens probe into Obama-era Russian nuclear bribery case

BY JOHN SOLOMON – 10/17/17 11:38 PM EDT 6,252 27,601 The Senate Judiciary Committee has launched a probe into a Russian nuclear bribery case, demanding several federal agencies disclose whether they knew the FBI had uncovered the corruption before the Obama administration in 2010 approved a controversial uranium deal with Moscow. Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), the committee chairman, on…

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Drudge, Facebook, NYT readers could face libel suits for sharing ‘fake news’

by Paul Bedard | Oct 18, 2017, 12:07 PM Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email this article Share on LinkedIn Print this article Federal Election Commissioner Lee Goodman has fought Democrats over regulating political content on the internet. Examiner photo/Graeme Jenning Political content on the internet, paid or not, should face substantial federal regulation to eliminate undefined “disinformation,” and users of…

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West Point, Air Force Academy rocked by scandals, former professors criticise leadership

Published time: 18 Oct, 2017 02:35 Get short URL © Mike Segar / Reuters   42 Cadets at two major US military academies are currently under criminal investigation as former professors at West Point and Annapolis have criticized senior leadership at the schools for failing their cadets. AIR FORCE ACADEMY Two separate investigations are being…

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VEGAS SURVIVOR WHO DIED SUDDENLY HAD PLANNED GROUP TO EXPOSE COVER-UP

Kymberley Suchomel believed media was covering up multiple shooters Adan Salazar | Infowars.com – OCTOBER 17, 2017 1139 Comments IMAGE CREDITS: PHOTO CREDIT: JULIE NORTON / VVDAILYPRESS.COM. A woman who died days after surviving the ill-fated October 1 country music festival in Las Vegas wanted to organize a survivor’s group in order to flesh out the strange event, Facebook…

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EXCLUSIVE – Travis Allen: I Will ‘Absolutely’ Defund Sanctuary Cities as CA Governor

Rich Pedroncelli / Associated Press by ADELLE NAZARIAN17 Oct 2017698 WASHINGTON, D.C. — California State Assemblyman Travis Allen (R-Huntington Beach), who is one of two Republicans running in the Democrat-heavy field of 2018 gubernatorial candidates, says “defunding every sanctuary jurisdiction in the State of California” will be one of his priorities if he becomes the Golden State’s 40th governor.…

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Cochran’s illness shows risks to GOP leaders of aging Senate

The Associated Press by AP17 Oct 20171,654 WASHINGTON (AP) — Top Republicans coping with a razor-thin majority as they try pushing a partisan agenda through the Senate are running smack into another complication — the sheer age and health issues of some senators. When the office of the ailing Sen. Thad Cochran announced Monday that it…

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