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So exactly what kinds of jobs are people actually finding these days? [chart]

An estimated 589,000 jobs were created in the first three months of 2016 – an accomplishment the Obama administration and liberal analysts tout. Just what kinds of jobs were created should have them rethinking that self-praise. Here’s a visual breakdown of the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) private sector job growth data for Q1 2016. Courtesy of: Visual Capitalist ...

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Houston Floods may worsen with more rain in forecast

Houston flooding

Houston, Texas has experienced historic rainfall and flooding in recent days and more rain is on the way. At least five people have died and the Governor has declared 9 counties as disaster areas. Current weather forecasts for the Houston area project waves of thunderstorms to roll through at least until Thursday and have kept flash flood warnings in effect ...

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16yo boy wins $247,000 as Drone Racing hits the big time [video]

Drone Racing video

Locking up speeds of up to 75mph the drones buzzed around the iconic stadium and further proved why the sport of drone racing is gaining more and more popularity. The event was live streamed for the first time to spectators over EE’s 4G network, with 4GEE Action Cams attached to the drones in a world first, bringing fans closer to ...

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Japan Hit by Two Quakes – raw damage video

Japan earthquake damage video

Japan has seen two dangerous earthquakes this week resulting in severe damage, many people trapped in collapsed buildings and at least 41 have died death. Buildings were swaying and cracking The video below shows people in a parking lot after the main quake hit, but does capture an aftershock. I keep missing the videos on the #earthquake Oh there it is.. ...

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Now Humans Are Just Along for the Ride

I have seen humanity’s future and it’s cargo. Not shipping cargo, but being cargo. One cannot pick up the newspaper without discovering a new area of transportation where human control will soon be superfluous. I don’t know whether to blame the auto–pilot or Roomba. So much of flying today takes place while the aircraft is on auto that some safety ...

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Clinton says she’ll increase taxes and add another immigration department

Clinton is hanging her nomination quest on two new promises – ridiculous tax increases that no one will be able to afford and a new immigration department because … one is not enough? Who wouldn’t vote for that? Wednesday, Clinton announced that she would create the “Office of Immigrant Affairs” to function as “a dedicated place in the White House ...

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Boston Globe Lying, Anti-Trump Headline: “Deportations to Begin”

The fake, lying, anti-Trump headline referenced above, dated April 9, 2017 (after Trump is in office if he wins election this November) recently appeared under the Boston Globe umbrella and destroys any pretense that the liberal press is just reporting the news and remains impartial in the upcoming election. The headline is a hit piece not only on Trump but ...

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Obama: “There’s Classified, And Then There’s Classified”

In the quote above, our beloved president was of course referring to Hillary’s exposing of classified national secrets via her unsecured and illegal email server, and without question he asserts that Hillary has done nothing wrong, so we can expect the outcome of the FBI investigation into her destructive ramblings about the globe as Secretary of State to reflect what ...

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Could We Please Address the Important Issues?

The discourse on the presidential race has devolved to a point that the most pressing issues seem totally lost in the verbal brawls between candidates. The economic threats and risks to the republic should be the centerpiece of the campaign, for both parties, rather than relegated to a footnote to their public statements. We have nearly $19 trillion in debt ...

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“Iran Has Not Violated The Nuke Agreement, Period”.

Does the construction of that sentence sound familiar? The era of Obama has been replete with similar phrases. Every sentence that Obama ends with the word ”Period” is a lie, period. Also sentences that even end with the punctuation mark of the period are lies. Do you remember Obama’s “keep your doctor”, “keep your plan” and “save $2500 a year, ...

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Those $15/hr minimum wage raises .. aren’t really $15/hr

Front page articles and headline posts tell the story of a $15 per hour minimum wage that is being accepted by states all across the nation – but .. that’s not entirely the story. Sure, New York and California are following other Pacific-coast lefty states in enacting a $15/hr minimum wage, but not today, or tomorrow, or next year or even the ...

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CDC sounds alarm on U.S. ZIKA infection ‘clusters’

The mosquito-born virus ‘Zika’ has been largely reported as a Latin-American problem , until now. The Centers for Disease Control in the United States pulled together a gathering of over 300 local, state and federal officials to plan a strategy to handle expected clusters of the virus on the U.S. mainland. “The mosquitoes that carry Zika virus are already active ...

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Amazon’s Bezos claims another success for Blue Origin space vehicle

Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin BE-3 made another safe launch and landing demonstrating the Amazon CEO’s re-usable technology for a third time. Flawless BE-3 restart and perfect booster landing. CC chutesdeployed. @BlueOrigin — Jeff Bezos (@JeffBezos) April 2, 2016 Blue Origin didn’t settle for just repeating what worked last time. The BO time (I bet they don’t like that moniker at ...

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Trump Campaign Manager Charged With Battery

Donald Trump’s campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski has been charged with misdemeanor battery on Tuesday. The charge is a result of Lewandowski allegedly grabbing and pushing former Breitbart reporter Michelle Fields. Trump is defending his campaign manager. Wow, Corey Lewandowski, my campaign manager and a very decent man, was just charged with assaulting a reporter. Look at tapes-nothing there! — Donald ...

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Is John Kasich pulling out of the race?

It is being reported that John Kasich is suddenly pulling all of his radio ads from Wisconsin markets with just over a week to go until the badger state holds its primary. BREAKING: Kasich campaign immediately pulling all radio ads from Wisconsin markets. — Charles Sykes (@SykesCharlie) March 28, 2016 Charles Sykes is a well-informed talk show host and the editor-in-chief ...

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