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    Under Trump Americans are saving up to $1,200 per household from cuts to regulations

    One of the first things Donald Trump did as soon as he began his his term as president of the United States, is he signed into law Executive Order 13771. Under this law, each federal ministry and agency is obliged to eliminate two regulations for each new approved law. In addition, the decree requires that the net cost of introducing new regulations must be equal to or less than zero, which implies accompanying any measure of regulatory reinforcement with compensatory deregulation actions. The problem of over regulation has significantly depressed economic activity in the United States. In 1960, regulation approved by the federal government added 20,000 pages, while in 2016…

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    7.1 earthquake Rocks Southern California, reports of injuries

    Southern California is once again rumbling: USGS confirms a 7.1 earthquake. It was felt throughout the Las Vegas Valley. It occurred at a depth of 0.9 kilometers at 20.33 local time (03.19 GMT Saturday) and the epicenter was located about 17 kilometers north-northeast of Ridgecrest, a town of about 30,000 inhabitants 250 kilometers north of Los Angeles, where the tremor was felt. The epicenter is located right in the same area of Searles Valley, near the town of Ridgecrest, where on Thursday another quake hit and that was considered the strongest tremor in the last 20 years in that area. It is a sparsely populated region in the Mojave Desert,…

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    The time Nancy Pelosi endorsed a Confederate loving Democrat

    During a fundraising event in New York last month, Joe Biden a Democratic candidate running for President mentioned two deceased Democratic segregationist senators – James Eastland and Herman Talmadge – to argue that Washington worked more fluidly a generation ago than with today’s divisive politics. “We did not agree on almost anything,” Biden said of the two high profile senators, who were both around the time when Biden was elected into office 1972. Biden described Talmadge as “one of the most malicious men he has ever known.” But he said that even in that Senate, “at least there was a certain civility, we got results.” Biden’s rivals immediately reacted with…

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    Colin Kaepernick says these Nike shoes are a symbol of slavery

    The sports brand Nike has decided to remove from the market a limited edition shoes that show one of the first versions of the American flag. In recent years, this flag has become a symbol for white nationalists and racist groups. Nike has made the decision after former National Football League (NFL) player Colin Kaepernick criticized the model as offensive. Political parties have reacted to this decision and some Republicans have described Nike as an anti-American company. The flag known as Betsy Ross shows thirteen stars in a circle, representing the initial thirteen colonies and is one of the many original versions of the United States flag. The shoes were…

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    Man opens fire in Texas church, multiple casualties being reported

    A man opened fire in the afternoon in a Baptist church in Sutherland Springs County, Texas, according to police. The incident occurred in the First Baptist Sutherland Springs. At the moment, multiple deaths have been confirmed. Other reports highlighted that they are about 15 citizens. The authorities did say that the perpetrator, whose identity is unknown, is dead. The place of worship is located about 40 miles southeast of San Antonio, the state capital. The KSAT and KENS television stations first reported that there were “many victims” and that there was a significant police presence in the Sutherland Springs church. #BREAKING Shooting at First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs, Texas.…

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    8 dead and 15 injured in Manhattan Islamic terror attack

    A man who shouted Allah Akbar in Arabic ran over several people in a bike lane in lower Manhattan, in southern New York, after which there was a shooting by the NYPD. The suspect used a truck to kill at least six people and left at least fifteen more injured, according to official sources and local media. Several people have had to be taken to Bellevue Hospital to be treated for gunshot wounds, according to the New York Post. The FBI is investigating the incident as a terrorist attack. https://twitter.com/Breaking911/status/925453967903125505 From the information of the police and several witnesses the suspect got on a pick-up van headed southward a bicycle…

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    George Papadopoulos a one time foreign policy advisor to Trump charged with lying to FBI

    George Papadopoulos, a former adviser to Donald Trump’s election campaign, pleaded guilty to lying about his ties with Russia, the special prosecutor investigating the alleged Russian interference in the US presidential election last year announced on Monday. The indictment for George Papadopoulos says he made false statements to FBI agents in January 2017. https://t.co/g67i0PEDGt — Kaitlan Collins (@kaitlancollins) October 30, 2017 “Through his false statements and omissions, the defendant Papadopoulos prevented the FBI’s ongoing investigation into the existence of links or coordination between individuals associated with the campaign and the efforts of the Russian government to interfere with the 2016 presidential elections,” he stressed. the indictment signed by the special…

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    Former Trump campaign chief Paul Manafort, charged with conspiring against the US, Podesta brother in FBI radar

    Paul Manafort, the former campaign chief of Donald Trump, has turned himself in to the FBI on Monday as part of the investigation into the Russian plot by special prosecutor Robert Mueller. According to US media, a grand jury, accepted on Friday the first charges filed by Robert Mueller investigator involved in the Russian probe. Manafort has been charged with the crime of “conspiracy against the United States” and attempts to launder money, among others. Together with a partner of his, Rick Gates, they have been hit with 12 criminal charges. Even though the charges appear serious, there is little to link President Trump. CNN's Jeffrey Toobin: Trump Campaign NOT…

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    CBS fires vice president who said Vegas victims didn’t deserve sympathy because country music fans ‘often are Republican’

    CBS has parted ways with one of the company’s top lawyers after she said she was “not even sympathetic” to victims of the Las Vegas shooting because “country music fans often are Republican,” when discussing the mass shooting that unfolded in Las Vegas late Sunday night. Monday night she issued a statement of apology. Hayley Geftman-Gold, the network’s now-former vice president and senior counsel, said, “Earlier today I posted an indefensible post in a Facebook discussion thread concerning the tragic Las Vegas shooting, a statement I sincerely regret. I am deeply sorry for diminishing the significance of every life affected by Stephen Paddock’s terrorism last night and for the pain…

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    Corporate America, the Real Enemy of the United States

    We deal with the effects of the corporatism practiced in America every day, but few, stop to think of the history of corporations, or if they should exist as they do today or not. Before I get into some of the negative aspects of modern Corporate America, I feel it is necessary to quickly go over the key points of the History of corporations and their role as they have applied in the united States over the years. In the first days of colonial america, English Corporations such as the Massachusetts Bay Company, the Hudson’s Bay Company, and the British East India Company, as arms of King George, used their…

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    The left relies on mass demonstrations to distort the truth

    Down south President Trump is facing an unprecedented attack by the left. Well funded progressive groups are using half truths, distortions, proclaiming Russian hacked the elections but presenting little/no evidence they also claim Trump is a Nazi, Islamophobe, homophobe and basically everything evil in this world. Right wing media for their part have relied on evidence of the contrary and their message is “That’s why we say it is this way.” The left proceeds to tell us, not in a conversational voice, but by the use of massive demonstrations, some of which people have died to prove how evil the right is and what a racist Trump is. Strangely, the…

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    Ex-Clinton volunteer attacks widow of U.S. Navy SEAL William “Ryan” Owens

    A completely inappropriate comment was made by a former Hillary Clinton staffer. A former Hillary Clinton volunteer drew swift condemnation — and lost his job — after mocking the widow of a fallen Navy SEAL who was honored by the president during his congressional address Tuesday night. Dan Grilo, who said in his Twitter profile that he was a former volunteer for both Hillary Clinton and President Barack Obama, made the remarks after Trump paid tribute to Carryn Owens. She is the widow of U.S. Navy SEAL William “Ryan” Owens, who was killed in a counterterrorism raid in Yemen last month. “Ryan died as he lived: a warrior, and a…

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    Hillary Clinton warns about the dangers of fake news

    The 2016 Democratic president nominee, former senator and first lady made the comment during a ceremony recognizing retiring Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nevada, on Capitol Hill. “The epidemic of malicious fake news and false propaganda that flooded social media over the past year — it’s now clear that so-called fake news can have real world consequences,” Clinton said. Clinton said that fake news is “a danger that must be addressed and addressed quickly” and she mentioned that bipartisan legislation has been introduced in Congress to boost the government’s response to it. “It’s imperative that leaders in both the private sector and the public sector step up to protect our…

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    Creepy uncle Joe Biden in Ottawa

    Would you trust Joe Biden with your wife or kids? Vice-President Joe Biden will arrive in Ottawa later tonight for a two-day visit, beginning with a dinner in his honour hosted by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Shortly after Air Force 2 arrives, Biden will travel to downtown Ottawa to attend the dinner in the recently refurbished Sir John A. MacDonald Building on Wellington Street opposite Parliament Hill.

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    Saudi Arabia treats US President Elect Trump better than American media

    A Saudi Arabian journalist and commentator has been banned by his country for criticising US President-elect Donald Trump. Jamal Khashoggi has been banned from writing in newspapers, making TV appearances and attending conferences, Middle East Eye reports. After Mr Khashoggi criticised Mr Trump’s Middle East policies at a Washington think-tank on 10 November, an official Saudi spokesman said he did not represent the Kingdom in a statement to the Saudi Press Agency. Speaking at the Washington Institute, Mr Khashoggi described Mr Trump’s stance on the Middle East as “contradictory”, BreakingEnergy.com reported. [via]  

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    Obama’s DOJ warned Louisiana first responders to not be racist

    As Obama skipped the Louisiana floods, he had a rather insidious message to first responders. Retired Air Force Col. Rob Maness, a Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate in Louisiana, called on President Obama to apologize to residents of Louisiana for a 16-page “guidance” sent out last week by his Department of Justice that cautioned Louisianans not to be racist in hiring people to help them clean up after the recent floods that killed 13 and forced more than 30,000 to abandon their homes. “We’re insulted by the President of the United States and his Department of Justice, and he ought to issue a retraction of that [guidance] to all…

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    VP pick Mike Pence once proposed to create “Ellis Island Centers” outside the U.S.

    During the Republican convention neither Donald Trump nor any of the speakers talked about immigration or the deportation of illegal immigrants, this of course has left us with the question what exactly will Donald Trump do with the 11 million illegals currently in the United States? Lets cue in Republican VP pick Mike Pence, R-Ind who back in 2006 put forth a proposal to “create private worker-placement agencies outside the U.S., “Ellis Island Centers,” that would be licensed by the federal government to match foreign workers with jobs that U.S. employers cannot fill with domestic workers. Illegal immigrants would first have to leave the U.S. and then re-enter, only after…

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    Obama administration blocked FBI probe of Clinton Foundation corruption: Report

    The Trump campaign seized on reports Thursday that the Obama administration rejected requests from three FBI field offices that wanted to open public corruption cases involving the Clinton Foundation and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. After banks alerted the field offices to suspicious activity involving the Clinton family charity, the FBI wanted to investigate conflicts of interest stemming from foreign donations during Mrs. Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state, CNN reported. “Today’s news that President Obama’s Department of Justice overruled three separate DOJ field offices and the FBI in declining to open a public corruption charge against the Clinton Foundation shows a troubling pattern of Obama and Clinton politicizing any…

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    Micheal Phelps breaks Olympic record set over 2000 years ago by Leonidas of Rhodes

    Michael Phelps just broke a record set more than 2000 years ago on Thursday by winning his 22nd gold medal 13th individually combined in the 200 meters. Before his victory in the final 200 meter butterfly last Tuesday in Rio 2016, Phelps had matched the 12 individual victories in Olympic history who was previously attributed to Leonidas of Rhodes, in the year 152 BC. Leonidas of Rhodes was, according to The Washington Post, a runner who won three first place finishes in four Olympic ancient games games. In 164 BC, Leonidas won three titles in short and middle distance athletics races: Stadion (a little less than 200 meters), the diaulos…

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    NFL Denies Cowboys Police Helmet Decal

    The NFL has decided to not allow the Dallas Cowboys to wear a helmet decal honoring fallen police officers. The “Arm in Arm” decal was a red, white and blue star with the slogan above it, but the Cowboys are banned from wearing the decal during any preseason or regular-season games, according to Sports Day. The decal’s inspiration came as a response to the massacre of five Dallas police officers in July. [via]