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The US government may have been secretly collecting documents on 'remote mind control' and 'forced memory blanking', accidentally leaked files suggest. A reporter claims to have been mysteriously sent the proof after filing a request for a different set… more »
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May 05 2018 06:26 am  
05/05/18  
CNN Reporter in North Korea Left ‘Speechless’ By Nuclear Announcement: ‘Huge Win For President Trump’(full title) In a stunning piece of breaking news on Friday evening, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un declared that he will suspend all nuclear and… more »
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May 05 2018 06:38 am  
05/05/18  
Bernie Madoff became an infamous individual a decade ago for running what appears to be the largest Ponzi scheme in United States (and possibly world) history. At some point his investment program stopped operating as a normal investment vehicle and… more »
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Apr 22 2018 11:36 am  
04/22/18  
Watch this video and see for yourself the sad and frightening saga of the destruction of the old west – and the American dream. Introduction by Tom DeWeese Wayne Hage, Sr was a friend of mine, as was his second wife, the late Congresswoman Helen… more »
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Apr 20 2018 12:09 pm  
04/20/18  
...First, as much as the authors insist that previous examples of socialism were not “really” socialist, none of them can tell us what exactly they would do differently. Rather than providing at least a rough outline of how “their” version of socialism… more »
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Apr 20 2018 10:44 am  
04/20/18  
Animal species with males who compete intensively for mates might be more resilient to the effects of climate change, according to research by Queen Mary University of London. Moths exposed to increasing temperatures were found to produce more eggs and… more »
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Apr 19 2018 04:55 pm  
04/19/18  
I’m old enough to remember when “violent rhetoric” was the root of all our problems, and crosshairs on a website no one ever saw was the reason for mass murder. Of course, those were different times, times in which the president had a (D) after his… more »
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Apr 01 2018 04:40 pm  
04/01/18  
t also found that before the shootings, two-thirds of suspects (64 percent) displayed signs of mental illness such as paranoia and delusions. And in a quarter of the cases the suspects had been hospitalized or under treatment with psychiatric drugs… more »
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Apr 01 2018 06:19 pm  
04/01/18  
Let me just say this as forcefully as I can: anyone who argues that the Second Amendment does not protect the individual’s right to keep and bear arms is either arguing from ignorance or lying! In most cases, primarily those of average citizens, they… more »
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Apr 01 2018 10:00 am  
04/01/18  
Soon after the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, Merriam-Webster’s online dictionary changed its definition of “assault rifle.” The entry for “assault rifle,” which was updated March 31, 2018, reads as follows: noun: any of various… more »
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Apr 01 2018 09:49 am  
04/01/18  
There are nationwide rallies supporting the Constitution and the Second Amendment on April 14, 2018 in response to the March for our Lives. Please plan to attend if you are able to do so. Let's show the libs that Conservatives can come together too!… more »
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Apr 01 2018 07:21 am  
04/01/18  
One of the most dangerous developments of the last few decades has been the subversion of our universities by radicals who in the 1960s first tried to burn them down and then, after this strategy of destruction failed, decided to get on the tenure track… more »
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Mar 31 2018 09:13 am  
03/31/18  
With policy like this, it wasn’t a surprise when the FBI reported in September that violent crime was up in California for the second straight year. Housing and wage crises are also gripping the used-to-be Golden State. It’s now undeniable that liberal… more »
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Mar 31 2018 07:59 am  
03/31/18  
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration may have a boring name, but it has a very important job: It measures U.S. temperatures. Unfortunately, it seems to be a captive of the global warming religion. Its data are fraudulent. What do we mean… more »
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Mar 30 2018 02:54 pm  
03/30/18  
Coins dating from the Jewish revolt against the Roman Empire (66 CE-70 CE) were discovered by archeologists during excavations near the southern wall of the Temple Mount on Monday, according to the Israel Nature and Parks Authority. The archeological… more »
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Mar 30 2018 08:18 am  
03/30/18  
Archaeologists are convinced they have found the remains of Cao Cao, the most prominent warlord in China 1,800 years ago. Experts at the Henan Provincial Institute of Cultural Heritage and Archaeology recently concluded that the remains of an adult male… more »
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Mar 30 2018 08:14 am  
03/30/18  
Parts of the Amazon previously thought to have been almost uninhabited were really home to thriving populations of up to a million people, new research shows. Archaeologists have uncovered evidence that there were hundreds of villages in the rainforest… more »
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Mar 29 2018 06:43 pm  
03/29/18  
Scientists have previously shown that when one animal watches another performing a motor task, such as reaching for food, mirror neurons in the motor cortex of the observer's brain start firing as though the observer were also reaching for food. New… more »
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Mar 29 2018 06:32 pm  
03/29/18  
A new 53 million-year-old insect fossil called a scorpionfly discovered at B.C.'s McAbee fossil bed site bears a striking resemblance to fossils of the same age from Pacific-coastal Russia, giving further evidence of an ancient Canada-Russia connection.… more »
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Mar 29 2018 06:30 pm  
03/29/18  
Adapt 2030 has some great coverage of the snow and cold weather occurring in Europe, Russia, and northern Africa. 22 Mar 2018 – Thick snow in an area of Algeria where snow is supposed to be super rare – Snow in Southern Spain – Snow on French Beaches… more »
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Mar 29 2018 10:25 am  
03/29/18  
Millions of Americans woke up Tuesday morning to a shocking bit of news: Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens…is still alive. Honestly, I would have gotten that question wrong on Jeopardy. Just as shocking was the 97 year old retired justice… more »
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Mar 29 2018 09:46 am  
03/29/18  
President Donald Trump tweeted Wednesday that the Second Amendment “WILL NEVER BE REPEALED” and called on voters to elect more Republicans in this fall’s congressional elections because the GOP “must ALWAYS hold the Supreme Court.” Trump’s statements… more »
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Mar 28 2018 01:31 pm  
03/28/18  
Minimum Wage: Once again, another city self-righteously imposes a minimum-wage hike on private employers. And once again, it finds out it's a business- and job-killer — and only boosts pay for a handful of people. This time it's the Big Apple, New York,… more »
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Sep 08 2017 07:10 am  
09/08/17  
Aside from the expected protests of Al Gore and Leonard Di Caprio, the public didn’t seem to raise its CO2 anguish much above the Russians-election frenzy the media already had going. Statistician Bjorn Lomborg has already pointed out that the Paris CO2… more »
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Jul 20 2017 01:41 pm  
07/20/17  
Please, will someone show this graph to President Trump? _________ Now the coldest millennium in 8,000 years The reversion to a true ice age is almost overdue By Ed Hoskins The last millennium, 1000AD – 2000AD, has been the coldest millennium of the… more »
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Jul 09 2017 10:11 am  
07/09/17  
I have always been into Archaeology and Anthropology as a serious hobby in learning and gaining knowledge. But at the same time I am a musician and lover of music. There is a field labeled Music Archaeology that falls right into a combination of the… more »
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May 31 2017 09:07 am  
05/31/17  
This week, President Trump showed once again that, unlike his predecessor, he reads the fine print, and is not swayed by the unscientific blather of the internationalists who use fine talk to cover power-grabbing, anti-Americanism, and corruption. He… more »
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Jun 14 2017 08:40 pm  
06/14/17  
About 600 kilometers north of Lima, an imposing earthen mound looms over the sea. People began building the ceremonial structure, called Huaca Prieta, about 7800 years ago. But according to a new study, the true surprise lies buried deep beneath the… more »
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May 25 2017 06:43 pm  
05/25/17  
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