August 19, 2022

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End is near: Climate warning outcomes since 1967
Environmental doomsday predictions as a result of climate change have been trotted out since the 1960s and continue to this day. Read More.
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Iran to Saudis: Let that be a 'warning' to you
Iran’s president on Sept. 18 said Saudi Arabia should consider the attack on its oil facilities a “warning” to stop its military campaign against Iranian-supported Houthi rebels in Yemen. Read More.
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California bans travel to Iowa by athletes, officials
California or bust used to be the theme back in the good ole days, but now it seems the Golden State is bursting at its seams with outraged wokeness. Read More.
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New Flynn attorney takes aim at ‘systemic corruption’
When Trump campaign associates began to be dragged into the Russia investigation, many picked up attorney Sidney Powell’s book based on her experience with the government's prosecutions of Enron and the late Republican Sen. Ted Stevens. Read More.
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Gabbard takes heat for obscene Saudi tweet
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, a 2020 Democratic presidential candidate, took aim at President Donald Trump’s statements on the attack on Saudi’s oil infrastructure and a possible U.S. response. Read More.
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Why North Korea opted for Huawei’s 3G network
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un insists on isolating the nation’s population from the world. Merely purchasing a Western-made movie on the black market can get a North Korean citizen sent to a prison camp, or worse. Read More.
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House, not Senate, passes Equality Act
The Democratic-controlled House of Representatives on Sept. 13 passed the Equality Act which amends the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to make “sexual orientation and gender identity” protected characteristics under federal anti-discrimination law. Read More.
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Constitution Day: 39 men who changed the world
On this day in 1787, 39 men signed a document that changed the world. Read More.
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Iran miscalculates? U.S. now ‘global energy superpower’
If a major attack on Saudi Arabia’s oil infrastructure had occurred in earlier administrations, the United States would likely be in panic mode in relation to its own energy needs. Read More.
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Limbaugh: 'We narrowly missed a coup"
Every day for more than two years, the Trump-Russia collusion story dominated the top headlines of the Democrat Party corporate media, also known as the "state media" or the "mainstream media". Read More.
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Women at Thiel's firm hit Silicon Valley blacklisting
A Silicon Valley data firm is pushing back against an attempt by the Left at blacklisting, a columnist noted. Read More.
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Netanyahu called it: IAEA finds uranium at secret site
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) confirmed on Sept. 9 that a site in Iran that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had a year ago called a "secret atomic warehouse" showed traces of uranium that Iran has yet to explain. Read More.
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'Unbelievable': NYT's 'journalism malpractice' on Kavanaugh
The New York Times on Sept. 14 published an article in which it revealed there was a new accuser of sexual misconduct against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Read More.
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AOC still thinks the rent is too damn high
Every day, there is some politician – mostly of the leftist persuasion – who convincingly champions education or health care as a human right. Read More.
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Hong Kong vs China: Who, really, was Chairman Mao?
Those who support giving government more control over their lives may want to examine the history of China’s experiment in total government control under Mao Zedong, analysts say. Read More.

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