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Forget wars abroad the need is here

The War Is Not Abroad For anyone under the age of 20, let me address a pile of crap you have been brainwashed into believing; fighting wars half way around the world is vital to our survival. Since the attacks […]

Forget wars abroad the need is here

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The War Is Not Abroad For anyone under the age of 20, let me address a pile of crap you have been brainwashed into believing; fighting wars half way around the world is vital to our survival. Since the attacks […]

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Bo Dietl calls Baltimore Post-Examiner columnist a ‘little writing pussy’

Former NYPD cop and want-to-be candidate for mayor of New York City, Bo Dietl, has had no problem over the years blurting out derogatory comments about women, people’s ethnicity,

What’s going on America: Why I did not vote in this election

Just as I started to write this article another news flash occurred stating that The New York Times just released a story indicating that President Trump told then FBI

Judge Henry Hudson can’t hide from his past; Congress will have a field day if Trump nominates him to run FBI

Sheriff John Isom in uniform and Herb Bryant in the suit in 1992. (Public Domain).  U.S. District Court Judge Henry Hudson who is one of several individuals being considered for

Sessions to federal prosecutors: Go for the toughest possible sentence

WASHINGTON – Attorney General Jeff Sessions wants federal prosecutors to throw the book at criminal defendants. “Prosecutors should charge and pursue the most serious readily provable offense … the most serious offenses

Nixon could have learned a few things from Trump

WASHINGTON - Somewhere in hell today, a deeply admiring Richard Nixon is watching Donald Trump and muttering to himself, “From him, I could learn.” Dumb Nixon. In the swamp of

McCain calls for special committee to probe Russia election meddling

WASHINGTON – Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) reiterated his request for a select Congressional committee to investigate Russia’s attempt to manipulate the outcome of the 2016 U.S. presidential election, following President

McConnell: Senate Republicans will eventually unite behind health care bill

WASHINGTON – Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said moderate and conservative Republicans in the upper chamber will ultimately unite behind legislation to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. “We

Senate passes spending bill that prevents government shutdown

WASHINGTON- The U.S. Senate on Thursday approved a $1.1 trillion spending bill to keep the government funded through September. The upper chamber voted 79-18 to approve the measure. The House approved

House passes $1.1 trillion spending bill that funds government through September

WASHINGTON – The House of Representatives on Wednesday approved a $1.1 trillion spending bill to keep the government funded through September. The lower chamber voted 309-118 to approve the measure. The omnibus appropriations bill allocates

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