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Confirmed: Notice Filed to Shut Down Clinton Global Initiative

Clinton Global Initiative shutting down

Reports of the Clinton Foundation shuttering its Clinton Global Initiative in New York appear to be true as a legal notice was filed with the New York Department of Labor last week. On January 12th, Clinton Foundation Director of Employee Relations Veronika Shiroka filed a WARN (Worker Training and Readjustment Notification) notice that announces the termination of CGI’s entire staff ...

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Trump’s Inaugural Events, Entertainment Shaping Up Along with Record Donations

Presidential Inauguration

President-elect Donald Trump has raised a record-setting sum in donations to go towards his inaugural events as his inauguration committee lines up entertainers and finalizes events for his big day. Trump’s Presidential Inaugural Committee has raised a record $90 million-plus in private donations, far more than President Barack Obama’s two inaugural committees. They collected $55 million in 2009 and $43 ...

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Hollywood Celebrities Go Full-On Snowflake and Perform “I Will Survive” in Response to Trump Presidency

This wankery is getting to be a daily occurrence as Hollywood millionaires hope to teach other Americans how to deal with a Trump Presidency – or they just need a good cry. The message is sad, but clear – despite Hillary Clinton having tragically and completely losing the election, Hollywoods precious little snowflakes will not melt away and die … or ...

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Obama Sends U.S. Troops and Tanks to Poland to Poke Putin

Obama sends troops to poland

With only eight days left in office, U.S. President Barack Obama has ordered hundreds of military vehicles and approximately 3,000 U.S. troops to Poland in a sudden and out-of-character show of support of America’s NATO allies. American soldiers landed in Wrocław, home to a key Nato and Polish air base in south-west Poland. The troops will be followed by around ...

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Sens. Graham and Cruz Join to Push Bill to Defund U.N.

Ted Cruz and Lindsey Graham bill to defund United Nations

U.S. Senators Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and Ted Cruz (R-TX) have buried their campaign animosity and joined forces on a bill that would deny funding to the United Nations until the U.N. repeals a resolution that demands Isreal give some of its territory to Palestine. Cruz said the UN measure is a “profoundly anti-Israel resolution. It declares much of Israel illegal and ...

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Exclusive Club with Jewish Founding May Give Obama Free Membership Despite U.N. Vote

Woodmont Country Club Rockville, MD

The Woodmont Country Club in Maryland is considering giving outgoing President Barack Obama a free membership to its exclusive and historical facilities. “We’d be honored to have the president at the club as a member,” CEO and General Manager Brian Pizzimenti told the Jewish publication The Forward. “We’re glad to have offered [Obama] fun and relaxation.” Founded by German Jews ...

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President Obama’s Farewell Address [Live Stream]

Barack Obama farewell speech 01-10-17

President Barack Obama will bid farewell to the White House, but not Washington D.C., in his farewell address from his adopted hometown of Chicago, Illinois. Foregoing the traditional speech from the Oval Office or East Room, Obama is returning to the Windy City to offer a progressive vision of the future to offer hope to his liberal extremist ideologues who ...

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GOP Explains Repeal and Replace Strategy as “Repeal with stable transition”

Paul Ryan explains repeal and replace in GOP press conference 01-10-17

In the weekly House GOP press conference, Speaker Paul Ryan and other GOP leaders explained their approach to repealing and replacing Obamacare. While Ryan spoke of a repeal and replacement happening “concurrently” he also mentions that the 2018 Budget will be used as a tool for repeal while other legislative and regulatory tools will be required to enact the replacement. When ...

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