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Beto Says He’s Open To Packing The Supreme Court

Democratic presidential candidate Robert “Beto” O’Rourke said he is open to adding seats on the Supreme Court during a Thursday campaign stop. Speaking at a coffee shop in Burlington, Iowa, O’Rourke said adding six seats to the high court could curb political dysfunction. “What if there were five justices selected by Democrats, five justices selected by Republicans, and those ten ...

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Beto’s Spanish Language Campaign Site Removes ‘America’ From His Slogan

Former Democratic Texas Rep. Robert “Beto” O’Rourke officially launched his presidential campaign website on Thursday and despite touting the slogan “Beto for America” on the English webpage, the Spanish page translates his slogan into “Beto for everyone.” Following months of speculation, O’Rourke announced that he would be seeking the Democratic nomination for the presidency in 2020 and opted for his ...

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What One Man Can Teach Our Victimhood Obsessed Society

Our society has devolved into a culture where embracing a victim mentality is not just accepted, it’s promoted. The ultra-charged victim mindset has infiltrated into college campuses, the mainstream media, and everyday activities. Victimhood is now a badge of honor instead of an obstacle to success. Trudging through scapegoat stereotypes and breaking victimhood barriers is something one man has done ...

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Syria Withdrawal Begins

The US withdrew its forces from a base in Qamishli in Northeastern Syria, according to Al-Manar TV in Lebanon. In December of 2018, the US President announced the withdraw of US troops from Syria and a partial withdraw of forces from Afghanistan and immediately in Washington it drew a fierce backlash from the majority of Congress which has been aggressively Pro-War ...

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President Trump Declares National Emergency, Signs Border Bill

On Friday President Donald Trump announced that he is declaring a National Emergency over the border crisis. Congress was unable to find a solution in regards to the border so the President announced that he would declare a national emergency a power he has under the National Emergencies Act. However, the budget bill has tried to put limitations on what ...

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Colombian President Duque: Cuba Assisting Terrorist Behind Bogota Police Bombing

  The Colombian President has denounced the Cuban regime for their alleged involvement in the Bogota police bombings in January which killed 22 people. Duque said about the attack, “This was a terrorist act and a crime against humanity that was planned, for months, with the participation and knowledge of the Central Command of that organization, which has had members in ...

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Update on Jussie Smollett Incident: Homes raided, full phone records and… some interesting relationships

Update 2: Chicago Police Spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said that reports claiming the attack was a hoax are not yet confirmed and everything is being investigated. Media reports anout the Empire incident being a hoax are unconfirmed by case detectives. Supt Eddie Johnson has contacted @ABC7Chicago to state on the record that we have no evidence to support their reporting and ...

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McCabe Confirms DOJ Considered 25th Amendment, Rosenstein Serious About Wearing Wire

Former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe admitted that the Justice Department discussed the possibility of invoking the 25th amendment against Trump and that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein was serious about wearing a wire when interacting with the President. “There were meetings at the Justice Department at which it was discussed whether the vice president and a majority of the ...

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William Barr Confirmed as Next Attorney General

President Trump’s nominee for Attorney General, William Barr, has been confirmed by the US Senate by a vote of 54-45 with Rand Paul (R-KY) voting no and Democrat Senators Joe Manchin, Kyrsten Sinema, and Doug Jones voting yes. Barr was sworn in on Thursday afternoon by Chief Justice John Roberts, as he returns to the position he held from 1991 ...

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Spain to go to the Polls Again After Budget Failure

Government sources have told Spanish media outlet, El Pais, that at Friday’s cabinet meeting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez will announce the date of Spain’s 3rd general election in four years. The decision by the Spanish leader to call for a snap election soon is a result of the defeat in the vote on the 2019 budget in parliament, after Catalan ...

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Covington Kids Said Nothing Wrong According to Investigators

The Diocese of Covington announced the results of an investigation into whether the Covington Catholic High School kids said anything offensive during a confrontation in Washington D.C. According to the report by the Greater Cincinnati Investigation, the boys did nothing wrong: Nine chaperones were with the students at the Lincoln Memorial “when the main interactions took place.” Black Hebrew Israelite street ...

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El Salvador’s Own #Walkaway Candidate Wins Presidency

Sunday, February 3rd, voters in El Salvador went to elect a new President as voter dissatisfaction has surged in the violence-ridden country with a corrupt failing two-party duopoly. Voters delivered a devastating rebuke to the duopoly as the right-wing ARENA Party received 31.72% of the vote, and the left wing FMLN saw its share at only 14.41%. Outsider and former San Salvador ...

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Spain Might be set for Early Election as Nationalist Right Gains Momentum

According to Spanish government sources, Spain may likely be set to go to snap elections as the Pedro Sanchez led minority leftwing government faces an uphill battle in trying to get support for its 2019 budget as his Socialist Party has to secure the support from the far left, as well as center-right Basque and Catalan separatists as well as ...

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Senator Merkley, a Possible 2020 Candidate, Defends Socialism While Venezuelans Starve

Oregon Senator Jeff Merkley (D) who rose to national prominence trying to get a federal court to block the vote on the nomination of Justice Brett Kavanaugh praised socialism while Venezuelans flee in the millions. The average Venezuelan lost over 20 pounds in 2018 due to starvation, freedom fighting protesters are beaten, jailed, and killed. Jeff Merkley was asked by ...

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