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Stunning Report Documents the Demise of American Military Superiority

Jeff Edwards

November 18, 2018

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Somewhere in the halls of history there sits a report from a Roman think tank on the erosion of Rome’s ability to protect the frontier. I’d imagine there exists as well a 1980’s report buried in the Kremlin that highlights the Soviet Union simply can’t

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Dems Dismiss Trump’s Claims of Voter Fraud but Demand Recounts Anyway

Jeff Edwards

November 18, 2018

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Without a doubt voter fraud occurs in the United States of America every election season. It is a discernible truth as every 2 years there are on some level small or large prosecution of fraud. Those who dismiss it outright are simply not being intellectually

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James Mattis Leadership is Once Again on Display at the Southern Border

Jeff Edwards

November 18, 2018

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For a man who has twice stormed into Iraq, made the breach into Afghanistan and towed the line against Iran as head of CENTCOM a trip the southern border must seem like a mundane walk in the park. Yet, Secretary of Defense James Mattis took to the southern bor

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No, The Beto O’Rourke Campaign Didn’t Illegally Fund Immigrants

Lynn Hauka

November 18, 2018

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On November 1st Project Veritas breathlessly released a video which purports to show that the campaign of Beto O’Rourke made illegal donations to fund immigrants. His opponent Senator Ted Cruz, fighting for his political life in a race that’s statistically

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The Biggest Winner And The Biggest Loser Of The 2018 Mid-Terms

Lynn Hauka

November 18, 2018

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Although the election results in the US House and Senate on November 6th were about as projected with Democrats gaining control of the House and Republicans keeping control of the Senate, in policy terms there was clearly a biggest winner and loser that became

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House Democrats First Aim: A Bill To Strengthen Democracy

Lynn Hauka

November 18, 2018

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Democrats will take control of the U.S. House in January with an ambitious plan to strengthen our democracy by way of their first planned legislative vote coming on a substantial bill (H.R. 1) that contains key provisions in the areas of voting rights, campaig

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GOP, What’s With Trying To Stop The Vote Count?

Lynn Hauka

November 18, 2018

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By Friday after the election three high-profile races have yet to be decided because the vote count isn’t finished. In Florida the Senate race between incumbent Senator Bill Nelson (D) and Governor Rick Scott (R)has yet to be officially called. Despite the f

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A Few Undersold Stories Of the 2018 Mid-Terms

Lynn Hauka

November 18, 2018

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Election narratives matter. Starting the evening of Nov 6 2018 mid-terms the Republican narrative was to scoff at Democratic wins at the federal, state, and municipal levels and deride them as not that major. And in my opinion they’re way more unified in the

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Bangladesh and Myanmar inspire fear with talks of “repatriation” for Rohingya refugees

Walt Winters

November 13, 2018

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Bangladesh is attempting to begin the process of repatriation for hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees from Myanmar, who fled their homes over the course of the last year to escape the genocidal massacres and destruction committed against them by the mil

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Judge reverses Trump’s lift on the Keystone Pipeline ban

Walt Winters

November 13, 2018

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A federal judge on Thursday blocked the construction plans for the Keystone XL Pipeline, dealing a significant setback to the Trump administration on one of its priority issues. Trump’s administration had previously lifted a ban on the pipeline, one that was

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Paradise, California razed in unparalleled wildfire

Walt Winters

November 13, 2018

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At least nine people died in Paradise, California during the deadly wildfire that began on Thursday. The scene in the small Sierra Nevada town of 27,000 residents was hellish: a thick smoke hung in the air as rescue teams searched through the wreckage of entir

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Federal court blocks administration from deporting “Dreamers”

Walt Winters

November 13, 2018

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A ruling on Thursday by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has blocked President Trump’s efforts to rescind DACA protections, the 2012 policy protecting those who were brought to the United States illegally as children from being deported. The panel of three

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