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3 Armed Robbers Enter Store With Guns Blazing

An unnamed person inside a Nashville (TN) sneaker shop went John Wick on three armed robbers last after they made the mistake of charging into the store with guns blazing. A man died after he was injured during a shootout at a Bordeaux shop late Thursday night. It happened inside retailer Hot Kicks, located in […]

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Totalitarian Dream

In its recent report, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) proposed to abolish cash and recommended to adopt measures in order to restrict its use. In an interview with Sputnik Germany, former head of the Federal Association of German Industry (BDI) Hans-Olaf Henkel said that this “could lead to terrible consequences.” Henkel believes that one of the […]

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History Lesson Awaits Trump

Korea specialist Professor Bruce Cumings notes North Korea became a national security fortress-state as a result of “the holocaust the North experienced during the Korean War”.  After the ‘Communist’ label and racial epithets were applied to dehumanize the populace, the US essentially wiped North Korea off the map, with hundreds of thousands or (more likely) […]

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The Greatest US Blunder

Despite being a fairly well-read student of US history, I admit that I’ve not been well versed in the complex events and details surrounding World War I. Burt Pines has helped me out, with his excellent book and its compelling and unsettling conclusions. But, first I’ve several comments “in the interest of full disclosure,” as […]

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NY Times: Don’t Read This Book

In its ongoing effort to counter Steve Bannon’s influence in the White House, the New York Times recently ran a piece essentially ridiculing Bannon’s for his admiration of The Fourth Turning (1997) by William Strauss and Neil Howe. As is the Times‘ MO, instead of addressing the substance articulated in The Fourth Turning, it dismisses the authors as […]

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A Great Comet Struck the Earth In 11,000 BC.

Ancient stone carvings confirm that a comet struck the Earth around 11,000BC, a devastating event which wiped out wooly mammoths and sparked the rise of civilizations. Experts at the University of Edinburgh analyzed mysterious symbols carved onto stone pillars at Gobekli Tepe in southern Turkey, to find out if they could be linked to constellations. […]

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Hate Airline Food?

The worst thing about a long-haul flight is, without a doubt, the food. Forget turbulence, screaming toddlers or unexplained delays, meal times on a plane are almost universally unpleasant — and often stomach-churning — experiences. At best, the food is edible. At worst, it’s a scalding hot plastic tub of gloopy stew, overcooked rice or […]

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Transgenders Will Wreck Women’s Sports

World Net Daily recently published an article[1] titled Female Athletes Crushed By ‘Women Who Were Once Men’.  The article documents a number of instances in which biologically male transgenders  have been allowed to compete in women’s events and, in some cases, have already begun winning.  The two most notable examples are: “Transgender weightlifter Laurel Hubbard, […]

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Stop Pretending

North Korea is a threat, goes the narrative. And we, as loyal Americans, should fear the potentiality of that fact. That’s why U.S. aircraft carriers, accompanied by fighter jets and warships, are currently steaming toward the Korean Peninsula. That’s why the best soldiers the United States military has to offer are currently in South Korea, […]

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How Much Protein Do You Really Need?

A balanced diet is one of the main components of a healthy lifestyle. Eat right and your body will run on full all day long. Food is your fuel, your source of essential vitamins and nutrients, and it supports your bodily functions and keeps you strong. Speaking of strength, of course, we cannot ignore the […]

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Is the Next Fukushima in the US?

Nuclear power once had so much promise. We were assured that nuclear reactors would provide cheap, abundant, safe, and clean energy. And for the most part, that promise was delivered. Nuclear power is still one of the most effective forms of energy production. But over the years a glaring weakness has emerged with this technology. […]

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Feds Lie About Crime

The Department of Justice should keep the public informed about the results of former President Barack Obama’s decision to grant early releases to 1,715 convicts, says a former federal prosecutor. “What [Attorney General Jeff] Sessions Justice Department needs to do now is track the hundreds of fellows who got these pardons and commutations,” said former […]

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5 Prepper Firearms

ReadyNutrition fans, this segment is going to cover five weapons in particular that you should familiarize yourself with and train up on.  You don’t necessarily have to buy these weapons or even know a private individual that has them, although either case would benefit you.  One of the suggestions I make will depend heavily on […]

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Want a Younger Brain?

Drinking beetroot juice before exercise could take years off your brain. Combining the drink with exercise strengthens certain regions of the brain, making it appear more youthful and potentially preventing the organ’s decline. This finding could help people who are at-risk of brain deterioration to remain functionally independent, such as those with a family history […]

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Hogwash 101

American academia markets itself as progressive if not downright radical. For example, here’s a self-description by an assistant professor of Critical Identity Studies at Beloit College: She intervenes in popular visual media like reality television to interrogate how time moves and for whom to catalog desire and identification as taxonomy and type. Her preferred gender […]

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ATMs Running Dry

Indians are facing a major shortage of cash, with as many as 90% of ATMs in some regions of the country running completely out of currency. The cash crisis stems from a policy of demonetization the Indian government launched over five months ago. On Nov. 8, the Indian government declared that 1,000 and 500 rupee notes would […]

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The Syrian Nerve Agent Attack

By Theodore A. Postol, professor emeritus of science, technology, and national security policy at MIT.  Postol’s main expertise is in ballistic missiles. He has a substantial background in air dispersal, including how toxic plumes move in the air. Postol has taught courses on weapons of mass destruction – including chemical and biological threats – at […]

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Make Liberals Squeal and Fume

I have a master’s degree in U.S. History and I have taught History and Government for the past six years at a small college in Iowa. I am well-qualified to judge this book, which seems to have drawn polar opposite reviews from people; It doesn’t take long to figure out that the reviews are politically-driven. […]

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Stop Procrastinating

“Procrastination is like a credit card: It’s a lot of fun until you get the bill.” – Christopher Parker Did you know that the Dalai Lama was known as one of the world’s greatest procrastinators? As a student, he was used to delaying everything until the last minute. Should that make us feel better about […]

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