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Iran: Is a Revolution Afoot?


Over the weekend, Iranians across the nation protested their supreme leader and corrupt government. It took three days, but the government, with the acquiescence of Western-owned social media chiefs, shut down access or sent threatening messages via direct message to protestors. Some of the courageous protestors are already in jail. Total death toll from #IranProtests […]

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Russia and the United States Work Together to Foil St. Petersburg Terror Plot


Last Sunday, Vladimir Putin called President Trump to thank him for CIA information that was used to foil a terror plot in St. Petersburg. A terror cell associated with ISIS was planning to attack the Kazan Cathedral, as well as other popular locations in the city, they were thankfully stopped. This April, another ISIS-affiliated terrorist […]

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The Trump Success Story: Year One


This headline will trigger everyone but the one third of the republic still favoring President Donald Trump or, in the charming vernacular of Twitter “Trumphumpers” or “Trumpalos” or a “Trumpanzees.” These terms of endearment are meant to shame the straw-chewing morons into silence. In this way, the name callers make it seems that no one […]

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Donald Trump’s Courage: Jerusalem Edition


The United States recognizes, officially, that Jerusalem is, what it has been, and that’s Israel’s capital. Finally. Evil thrives in confusion and America’s stance regarding the capital of Israel was confusing. That confusion gave quislings political cover and a way to yank Israel, and her neighbors, around.  Stating forthrightly that Jerusalem is the capital of […]

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The Mike Flynn Nothingburger


Mike Flynn admitted to lying to the FBI. Side note: Hillary Clinton lied to the FBI, repeatedly, but apparently, James Comey, arbiter of all that’s good and decent (just ask him) saw into her pure heart and decided she didn’t mean to lie or delete emails or destroy evidence like phones, iPads, and computers. See […]

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Kate Steinle’s Illegal Alien Killer Found Not Guilty of Negligent Homicide by California Jury


Not. Guilty. Jose Ines Garcia Zarate had been deported five times and was wanted for a sixth deportation when Kate Steinle was fatally shot in the back in 2015. Garcia Zarate said the shooting was an accident. Under a sanctuary city law, the San Francisco sheriff’s department had released Garcia Zarate from jail despite a […]

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Russia is Meddling Everywhere


After last month’s Catalan Referendum debacle, Spanish intelligence services have come to an interesting conclusion. They believe that Russian interests were involved in pro-Catalonian independence efforts in the weeks prior to the referendum. They stated that “’Propaganda campaigns’ intended to destabilize Spain came from Russian territory and Venezuela.” The Spanish admitted that they were not […]

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The Bolivarian Revolution Takes Some Blows


The last few weeks for the Maduro regime in Venezuela have been hectic. From international sanctions to savory pastries, the Bolivarian Revolution can’t catch a break. The government received a blow when the European Union decided to sanction the country, banning the sale of arms and any military or surveillance equipment. Between April 6th and […]

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President Trump’s Amazing Asian Trip


When President Trump made his first overseas trip in May, I wondered how he would top it. After all, he started in Saudi Arabia — home of Mecca — made the first direct flight ever from Riyadh to Israel, and then went to the Vatican, attended a NATO meeting, and finally finished with a G8 […]

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Where Is Niger?


The Niger capital of Niamey was the scene of street clashes the other day, as demonstrators opposed to the government’s proposed 2018 budget reportedly got rowdy. One side evidently claims the tax plan will hurt the poor, the other side says that is not so, it will put pressure on the rich. Dunno. The government […]

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