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Obama’s “New Normals” Are Mounting, And The Future Is Bleak

One prominent “Normal” aspect of American life has been liberty followed closely by economic prosperity. Under the leadership of Barack Obama both of these assumed “normals”, which attracted people to America from all over the world, have been replaced by a series of lesser “new normals” that don’t bode well for the future of our nation nor for our children’s ...

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Why the First Presidential Debate May Decide the Election

With apologies to George Ramos, this year the first presidential debate is the Big Enchilada. Independent voters will finally be tuning in to see both candidates boca–y–boca. This cumulative first impression will probably decide the election. And what will Independents be concerned about? Many are participating in betting pools based on the exact time Hillary will cough, with over–unders on ...

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Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton to Square Off in first of Three Debates Monday night

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As the 2016 Presidential campaign makes its turn into the homestretch, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will battle it out at Hofstra University on Monday night – and the candidates are neck-and-neck. Polls show that Donald and Hillary are basically tied at the national level and extremely close in the electoral college count. Now they will meet in Hempstead, NY to ...

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Washington Mall Killer Arrested – Turkish Immigrant

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Washington police apprehended the Cascade Mall killer just 24 hours after he murdered five people. 20 year old Arcan Cetin was arrested Saturday night when Island County Sheriff’s deputy Lt. Mike Hawley spotted him walking along the street in an Oak Harbor neighborhood. “I saw an individual walking northbound on the sidewalk and I instantly recognized that this is the person that I ...

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Video and Photographic Evidence Released by CMPD in Keith Lamont Scott Shooting

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On Saturday, Charlotte Mecklenburg Police released some of the dashcam video, body cam footage and photographic evidence from the police-involved shooting of Keith Lamont Scott last Thursday. Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department Video and Photographic Evidence from Keith Lamont Scott Shooting Dashcam footage – *warning* shows moment Scott is shot – hard to tell if something is or is not in ...

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Charlotte Police: We will be releasing Keith Scott shooting video

In a press conference late Saturday, Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Chief Putney said that they would be releasing the video within the hour. Body worn camera and dash-cam footage will be released to media in next 30 minutes. — CMPD News (@CMPD) September 24, 2016 The chief said that he believed the investigation had come to a place where he felt ...

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FBI Joins Manhunt for Man That Killed 5 in Washington Mall *update: Caught*

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The FBI has joined Washington police in the search for a hispanic man responsible for killing 5 people at a mall in Burlington, Washington. The victims included four women who died at the scene and one man that was airlifted to a local hospital where he later died. The shooter walked into a crowded Macy’s just before 7pm on Friday ...

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Donald Trump Releases List of Possible Supreme Court Justices

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NEW YORK, NY – Today Donald J. Trump released a second list of individuals he would consider as potential replacements for Justice Scalia at the United States Supreme Court. This group builds upon the highly praised list of choices he named in May 2016. These individuals were selected, first and foremost, based on constitutional principles, with input from respected conservative ...

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Charlotte Sees Peaceful Protests Thursday Night; Curfew Enacted but Not Enforced [Video]

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Charlotte experienced a night of peaceful protests that continued well after the midnight curfew. ALERT: @CLTMayor and @CMPD have enacted a citywide curfew beginning Sept. 23 imposed at midnight until 6 a.m. — City of Charlotte (@CLTgov) September 23, 2016 Charlotte police say that as long as protesters are peaceful, they will monitor them and allow them to protest. If ...

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Immigration officials Working Overtime to Swear-In New Citizens for ‘Election Year’

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It’s been said for decades that the real reason democrats pretend to support immigration is to build-up their cadre of loyal voters and now a government email has been discovered that says exactly that! An email from a U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services was given to Fox News that shows an election year push to get more immigrants turned into citizens ...

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NFL watching Charlotte situation; hoping to play Sunday’s game as planned

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Recent riots and looting over the death of Keith Lamont Scott in a police-involved shooting have the NFL and Carolina Panthers staff watching the situation closely. As of today, the NFL plans to hold the game against the Minnesota Vikings as planned in Bank of America stadium in Charlotte. Our statement on Vikings-Panthers game on Sunday pic.twitter.com/LvH59fyAJf — Brian McCarthy ...

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Report: ISIS Forces May Have Used Mustard Gas Against U.S., Iraqi Troops

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A base in Iraq housing U.S. and Iraqi forces came under artillery attack Tuesday and preliminary reports indicate that the terrorist army may have used mustard gas. The attack was against the Qayarrah military base just south of Mosul in Iraq, but no troops were injured and none have displayed signs of mustard gas exposure. Mustard gas was introduced into combat by ...

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Gas Shortages Continue as Pipeline Restart Expected

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Colonial Pipeline issued a statement Wednesday morning saying that the gasoline pipeline should restart Wednesday night, but that shortages will continue. Based on operational progress made overnight and the anticipated schedule of work ahead, Colonial Pipeline projects that Line 1 will be restarted this evening. Subsequent to restart, it is expected to take several days for the fuel delivery supply ...

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New Obama regulations could make cars unaffordable for millions

At the end of last month, the Obama administration announced that manufacturers would be required to build cars with much higher average fuel economy ratings, but at what cost? The Obama Administration today finalized groundbreaking standards that will increase fuel economy to the equivalent of 54.5 mpg for cars and light-duty trucks by Model Year 2025. According to the American ...

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