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Will You Bend the Knee?

Democratic lawmakers knelt in silent tribute to George Floyd in the US Congress in response to the killing of African Americans by law enforcement. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer were joined by some two dozen lawmakers in Emancipation Hall – named in honor of the slaves who helped erect the US Capitol in the 18th ...

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Democrat Lockdown and Crash the Economy Strategy Could Backfire

We all know the game the political Democrats are playing. If we (Democrats) can get Trump’s record-breaking economy to crash, we can defeat Trump. This was exemplified by Bill Mahr‘s now-famous remarks on his TV show “Real Time with Bill Maher,” where he wished this very event on the American people. Why anyone would wish this is rather despicable – ...

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Macron Loses Absolute Parliment Majority, What Next for France – More Fear?

French President Emmanuel Macron’s ruling La Republique en Marche (LREM) party lost is an absolute majority in the National Assembly on Tuesday with the official creation of new political grouping. This new political grouping a rejection of Macron politics for a more conservative approach? No. The defections are politicians moving further to the left and more state control over the ...

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Senate Allows FBI to Search Your Browser History Without Warrant

IB Times – An attempt to block an extraordinary expansion of federal surveillance failed in the U.S. Senate by one vote on Wednesday, enabling the Justice Department to collect personal data such as browser history without a warrant. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s amendment to the Patriot Act expansion, now unchallenged, limits attorneys’ ability to question the FBI’s reasoning for surveillance. The amendment proposed ...

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France Announces Partial Lifting of Lockdown – Here are the Details

France has been on a strict nationwide lockdown since March 17th in an attempt to contain the Coronavirus outbreak. On May 11th France is ready for a partial lifting of their lockdown. As of the date of this posting, France (population 65 million people) has had 137,224 (0.26% of the population) infections of COVID-19. Reporting deaths 25,812 (14.8% of infections) ...

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Coronavirus Mathematical Model Suggests a Hoax?

Many are quite skeptical of the conspiracy theories of the Coronavirus being a hoax, bioterror weapon, or mere media hype. But let’s be data-driven, and do some common sense thinking. Right Wire Report lays out a hypothetical mathematical model that suggests something is very wrong about this Coronavirus narrative being told to us. Let’s start first to layout our assumptions: ...

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Coronavirus Community Tracing the Key to Get America back to Work

CBSN Boston  – Massachusetts is stepping up its efforts to trace cases of the Coronavirus with a first-in-the-nation tracking initiative. Republican Gov. Charlie Baker announced Friday that a COVID-19 community tracing collaborative between the state and the nonprofit Partners In Health will be up and running by the end of the month. “There is tracing happening now, but this program ...

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Illegal Immigration in Italy Possible Coronavirus Cause?

Outside China, in Europe, Italy is thought to be ground zero for the Coronavirus pandemic. Many have sought to understand why. The Right Wire Report wondered why as well. Many believe it was just time and chance, but perhaps not, and perhaps the pandemic started many years ago. Prato, Italy, is the historical capital of Italy’s textile business. It has ...

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Getting America Back to Work – Coronavirus Game Theory Strategies

President Donald Trump, on Tuesday, March 24, 2020, said he would like to see the country “back to work” by Easter – Sunday, April 12, as he considers easing stringent guidelines put in place to stem the spread of the new Coronavirus outbreak across the U.S. Many in the media ran with this comment as if Trump said he actually ...

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3 Things to Watch in the Biden vs. Sanders Debate for Sunday, March 15, 2020

Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders enter their first 1-on-1 debate this Sunday night under unprecedented circumstances. The debate, which was originally supposed to take place in Arizona in front of a live crowd, will now be held in CNN’s Washington, DC, studios with no audience as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic, that has also led both candidates to cancel rallies and stay off the ...

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Democratic Coronavirus Psyop first against Trump, But will it Morph into Something Bigger?

Head-scratching continues by many a pundit to make sense of the current Coronavirus situation. Our thoughts turn to understand better, at a distance, what could be happening by those seeking to damage the Trump and administration for a greater purpose. President Donald Trump said that Democrats are using the Coronavirus as a “hoax” to damage him and his administration. “The ...

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Final pre-primary season Democrat Debate Analysis and Predictions

With 20 days to go to the February 3 Iowa caucus, the Democrats held their final pre-primary debate in Des Moines, Iowa. The debate was fairly benign. Since Joe Biden is the Democrat default candidate, with no major gaffs, I guess we will give the win to Joe for the debate. There were a few zingers. Probably the biggest contentious ...

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Tytler Cycle of Freedom – where are we?

Alexander Tytler was a Scottish advocate, judge, writer and historian who served as Professor of Universal History, and Greek and Roman Antiquities at the University of Edinburgh. Tyler lived at the same time as the American founding fathers and described a repeating cycle in history. Tyler found that democratic societies went through this same cycle again and again and that ...

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Women Power the Trump Economy Even Higher in December – What Next?

Axios – There are more women on American payrolls than men as of the latest U.S. jobs report. The data reflects a hiring boom in industries that are female-dominated, while sectors that are more likely to employ men remain less so in total job gains. The last time women overtook men in payrolls was “during a stretch between June 2009 ...

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