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Four aid workers found guilty for leaving water, food in wilderness

Posted by Admin on | January 20, 2019 | No Comments

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4 No More Deaths volunteers found guilty

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Arizonans travel to D.C. for ‘powerful and electrifying’ Women’s March

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Nancy Not Interested: Sunday’s Comic

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Secret Agent Trump: Sunday’s Comic

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All The Buzz At CNN: Sunday’s Comic

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Pres. Trump’s (sub) mission plan

Posted by on | January 19, 2019 | No Comments

Following a historic naturalization ceremony in the White House on Saturday, President Donald Trump addressed the issue (video) of the partial government shutdown and the nation’s need of a border wall. All along, the president has remained steadfast, noting there can be no border security without the wall. He previously stated, “I remain ready and [...]

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Trump Reversal of Obama School Discipline Policy Harms Minorities

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By John Semmens — Semi-News — A Satirical Look at Recent News The Trump Administration’s intention to eliminate the “racially balanced” regulations promulgated by former President Obama’s “Dear Colleague Letter” was condemned by former Obama Administration Sec. of Education Arne Duncan who called it harmful to minorities. “The whole point of President Obama’s approach was [...]

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Biblical plagues afflict Middle East

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Exodus revisited? This linked video documents that locusts have invaded the Grand Mosque in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. Another separate video shows raging, torrential floods and oversized hailstorms taking their toll on Middle East residents, washing away passenger-filled cars. Violent winds, destroying buildings, massive trees and toppling large trucks have also hammered the area. Watch all five [...]

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Phoenix taxpayers shouldn’t have to pay for the Suns’ arena

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By Boaz Witbeck  The Phoenix City Council is considering whether to spend $150 million in taxpayer money on a plan to renovate the Phoenix Suns’ Talking Stick Resort arena. At a recent public meeting, supporters of the plan argued that it’s worth $150 million to keep the team downtown. Wanting to keep our beloved Suns in Phoenix is understandable, [...]

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