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Don’t Fall For Leftists Dividing Us Racially to Get Trump

By Lloyd Marcus

As a proud grateful American who happens to be black, I am frustrated by Leftists’/fake news media’s frenzied exploitation of the racial violence in Charlottesville. How can justice, peace, love and unity prevail when leftists are obsessed with using any and every opportunity to further their socialistic/progressive agenda and mission to overturn the peoples’ election of Trump?

Mainstream Media’s Insane New Trump Narrative

By Judi McLeod

The Russia collusion conspiracy against President Donald Trump wasn’t working.  So the progressive left/mainstream media cabal began writing the president they live to hate into into another narrative, one that would be so stunning, it would make us forget that they dropped the Russian ruse.

Trump takes aim at the “alt-left”

President Trump’s politically incorrect insistence on blaming radical leftists for their rightful share of the violence on Saturday in Charlottesville is being met with predictable howls of outrage by the Left and the media.

Can You Buy A Canadian Citizenship? Almost

By Spencer Morrison

There was a myth circulating in the deeper reaches of the internet that one could buy a Canadian citizenship from the Province of Quebec, assuming you were rich enough.  Or so I thought it was a myth.

Education Created and Promoted Progressivism, ANTIFA, and BLM

By Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh

As a parent who struggles to pay the tuition for their child at the average university in America, or goes into debt borrowing the money, consider what your child must face in order to finish a four years of college education, which may or may not help them get a job.

The Futility of Anti-Trump Boycotts

By Edward Watson

The anti-President Donald Trump phenomena is a uniquely unparalleled mass hysteria that, to my knowledge, has never been witnessed before in America history. Vastly larger than what was done to Presidents George W. Bush and Ronald Reagan, we’ve never seen such a massive pre-emptive attempt to bring down a legitimately-elected president – before he even took office or did anything as president.

California’s Political Water Scams Back on Ballot

By Katy Grimes

My 2016 article, Why Can’t California Farmers Get the Water They Need?, exposed Gov. Brown’s shadow government appointees at the State Water Resources Control Board that ordered the release of massive amounts of water from the New Melones Reservoir and Lake Tulloch, to save a dozen fish, and how Gov. Brown systematically booted a number of qualified people off of the California Water Commission, the body that is deciding how to spend $2.7 billion in public funds for Prop. 1 Water Bond water storage projects.

Outing Left Wing Fascists-Nazis

By Jim ONeill

For some years now I have been shouting from the rooftops that the Fascists/Nazis were, are, and always will be a Left-wing phenomenon. I have called it the “Big Lie”

Unite the Right Protesters Hoodwinked by their Own Leader

By Judi McLeod

By now even the most gullible of the attendees who flooded Charlottesville for the ‘Unite the Right’  Rally must know that they’ve been had.  And not just by the condemning mainstream media and the ANTIFA enemy.

This should go down as:’Don’t Sign Up for Every Protest Movement 101’.

More Stuff We Can’t Blame On Trump

By Dave Merrick

Despite what lamestream media might be trying to hammer into our heads right now, the latest installment of America’s ongoing racial nightmare is simply more of number 44’s malignant ‘legacy’ rearing its ugly head. As I have documented in several past articles, he and his wife went out of their way to keep the racial pot stirred. And the froth of boiling hatred we are now experiencing, as common sense should be screaming to us all, has little to do with a paltry seven months of Donald Trump.

Magazine accuses Trump of needing “Flattering News”

By Judi McLeod

NYLON Magazine, the bible of ‘pop culture news for today’s young women’, is all in a flap because President Donald Trump “gets briefed with flattering news about himself twice a day”.

How stupefying to the sensibilities of NYLON editors that there is enough “flattering news” about Trump with which to brief him not once—but twice—a day, or that some news sites would happily sign up for the privilege of being included in the briefing folder.

The New Royal Family Of Socialism

By Dave Merrick

What made America the greatest economic and social powerhouse in the world was the ability to work for what you want and to enjoy the fruit of that labor. It is called incentive.

Karl Marx loved to sit in coffee shops and whirl out plans for a government that he had no intention of living under. In his spare time he constructed a long, drawn out manifesto that was destined to become one of the choicest tools for a modern-day, bloodthirsty and pressed-for-time devil.

Robert Mueller’s Has Record of Framing His Quarries

By Judi McLeod

Back in December 11, 2016 most folk were too busy celebrating the stunning presidential victory of Donald J. Trump, or already exploring devious ways to get him impeached. Few paid any attention to the revelation of Robert Mueller’s alleged attempts to have the Icelandic government help him frame Julian Assange and WikiLeaks via the FBI.

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Thought crimes and misdemeanors

One could almost draw the conclusion that certain elements of the left were looking for an incident such as what transpired in Charlottesville, Virginia, last weekend to bolster their momentum in altering our understanding of American history.

Paging Orwell: Baltimore dismantles and removes four civil war statues in the dead of night

I’ll be honest.  I’m a little torn on the whole “Civil War statue” issue. Thanks to an elongated family tree, my great-grandfather fought for the Union in the Civil War and (all racial issues aside) there’s part of me that doesn’t completely understand the need to lionize people who would have killed him and seen the country torn asunder.  That said, I also despise fascism, understand the “it’s part of history” argument, and am appalled by the footage of angry mobs ripping these relics down.

Why does Keith Ellison think NK’s Kim is a better leader than Trump?

Last week, on a panel at the Netroots Nation conference, Congressman Keith Ellison (D-Minn.) said, “North Korea is a serious thing. You have this guy [Trump] making bellicose threats against somebody else who has very little to lose over there. Kim Jong-un, the world always thought he was not a responsible leader. Well, he’s acting more responsible than this guy is.”

CBS pretty proud of Iceland for ‘eliminating’ Down Syndrome by killing everyone who has it

By Dan Calabrese -- World

Don’t tell me again about the moral imperative to denounce Nazis if you’re going to let this slide.

As Rob mentioned to me when we were discussing who would write this up, the essence of Hitler’s eugenics program was to filter out children who didn’t have the traits deemed optimal for the Aryan race. Horrifying? Obviously. You’d have a fit if they started aborting babies for having brown skin, or - if there was some way you could tell - for being gay.

THE UNSTOPPABLE TRUMP TRAIN

Hard to know which body is held in lower esteem, the Congress or the media. But for a long time the media thought they were invincible, based largely on their success after forming the JournOlist in 2007—a cabal of 400 leftists who vowed to destroy anyone who said a single bad word about the poseur “president” Barack Obama.

How cicadas manage to ‘wing it’

Unlike locusts and many other flying insects, cicadas don’t soar through the air with the greatest of ease. Now in a study appearing the ACS’ The Journal of Physical Chemistry B, scientists report that certain chemical components in the insect’s wings could explain why.

Improving detection of a ‘date rape’ drug

Because gamma hydroxybutyric acid (GHB), commonly known as a “date rape drug” is rapidly absorbed and metabolized by the body, it’s difficult for law enforcement to tell if someone has been given GHB. Now, scientists report in ACS’ journal Analytical Chemistry that they have identified a potential biomarker that might lead to tests to detect the compound that could be performed much later than current ones.

How ambient energy could power the internet of things

In the modern world, we are increasingly surrounded by digital sensors, cameras and communications devices sending data cloud-based analysis services. Those devices need power, and designers are finding new ways to draw it from ambient sources rather than rely on batteries or hard-wired grid connections. This week Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN), the newsmagazine of the American Chemical Society, examines energy harvesters and their role in the growing internet of things.

Memory foam advances give firm support to growing mattress industry

The way we sleep started to change in 1992 with the commercial release of memory foam — a product originally developed at NASA. A decade later, the product became more accessible when the first compressed mattress sold in a box debuted. Today, the polyurethane mattress industry continues to innovate and grow thanks to new chemistry, as reported in Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN), the weekly newsmagazine of the American Chemical Society.

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10 of the hottest self-driving technologies from Israel

“Car manufacturing is not about tires or brakes anymore, but the technology inside the car – the sensors and algorithms.”

How did Israel, a country that has no domestic car manufacturing industry, become a worldwide powerhouse for autonomous-driving technology (also known as self-driving cars)?

Celebs Love to Dine in New Zealand

With fresh, farm-to-table produce, innovative chefs and some stunning restaurant settings, it’s no surprise that international celebrities love dining in New Zealand. From pop star Taylor Swift to action man Jason Statham, check out the favourite foodie haunts of visiting celebrities.

Spider peptides battle superbugs and cancer

As antibiotic resistance rises and fears over superbugs grow, scientists are looking for new treatment options. One area of focus is antimicrobial peptides (AMPs), which could someday be an alternative to currently prescribed antibiotics, many of which are becoming increasingly useless against some bacteria. Now, a team reports in ACS Chemical Biology that they have improved the antimicrobial — and anticancer — properties of an AMP from a spider.

House dust spurs growth of fat cells in lab tests

Poor diet and a lack of physical activity are major contributors to the world’s obesity epidemic, but researchers have also identified common environmental pollutants that could play a role. Now one team reports in ACS’ journal Environmental Science & Technology that small amounts of house dust containing many of these compounds can spur fat cells to accumulate more triglycerides, or fat, in a lab dish.

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