Interesting Bits

05/07/2017 8:28

The Judiciary Has Been Corrupted

The Anti-Trump Derangement Syndrome is corrupting the federal judiciary.

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05/05/2017 9:45

Let's' Here It For an Honest Bribe

Police ‘Bribed’ the Media to Cover Up Frightening European Immigrant Crime Statistics (They have to bribe the media over there. Here, the media will cover up and mislead for free.)

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05/05/2017 4:47

This Might Be Interesting

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05/05/2017 10:44

And This is Not Science Fiction

UAE to DRAG ICEBERG from Antarctica to solve water shortage set to last 25 years.  (Oil is not everything.)

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05/05/2017 7:47

Not Exactly Surprising

Poll: Plurality of Democrats say campuses should not allow speakers whose words are thought “hateful” or “offensive” by some

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05/05/2017 7:06

Good Economic News

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05/05/2017 6:54

Refugee admissions plummet under Trump

The U.S. accepted 2,070 refugees in March, the lowest monthly total since 2013, according to State Department data. April ended with 3,316 refugees admitted, the second-lowest total since 2013.

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05/04/2017 8:11

Symbolic of our Academic Times

 A donkey named Oliver joined several therapy dogs offering stress relief during Finals Week at Montana State University in Bozeman.

 The 8-year-old brown and white donkey was standing inside the front entrance of the university library on Tuesday. Owner Stephanie Bar tells the Bozeman Daily Chronicle (bit.ly/2qyjVZz) that since it was Oliver's first time at MSU, she wanted to make sure he got a lot of attention.

Students petted Oliver, hugged him and took selfies.

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05/04/2017 6:57

Isn't This Suspicious

Susan Rice refuses to testify on Russian interference.  (Wonder what she has to hide? I'm guessing a lot)

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05/04/2017 6:49

This Is Interesting

Hispanics give Trump higher approval rating than rest of U.S. In its latest survey, Zogby Analytics said that Hispanic support has hit 45 percent, two points higher than the president's generic approval.

That is 55 percent higher than the total Latino vote for Trump in the election. He won just 29 percent.

(This is only one poll and, as we know. some polls are unreliable but if Hispanics gave 45 percent for Trump and that holds, Democrats are in big trouble. They count on winning 70 percent or more if the Hispanic vote.)

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05/03/2017 9:34

A Plus For This Administration

Over 140 Gang Members Face Federal Charges In San Diego County.  (An administration cracking down on violent immigrant crime. This is refreshing.)

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05/03/2017 1:10

New Proof That The Govt. Is Nuts

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05/03/2017 1:05

They Want To Keep It Idyllic

Paradise lost: idyllic French villages turn to far right  (The headline is wrong. Those idyllic French village want to stay idyllic and not have to worry about a high crime rate. That's why they're turning to the right. Have you notice newspapers rarely have the term "far left" in a headline.

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05/03/2017 7:07

Good News

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05/03/2017 6:56

I Want It Under Private Control

Science says time travel is possible...but a bit iffy   

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05/02/2017 8:11

About that Immigration Thing

The foreign-born prison population as of March 25 totals 45,493, or 24 percent of all federal inmates. Of that group, 3,939 now are American citizens. That leaves 41,554 inmates who remain citizens of foreign countries. Some 22,541 of them, or 54.4 percent, have final orders to be deported when they complete their sentences. Another 33.4 percent, 13,886, are under investigation by Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents for possible deportation.

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05/02/2017 2:47

Why Males Attend This College

A feminist student at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut, asked male students to speak less during classroom discussion in a recent column for the school’s newspaper.

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05/02/2017 7:28

Let's Hear It For the 2nd Amendment

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05/02/2017 6:48

Economically, Close to a Make or Break Point

GDP growth declined from 4.5% annually in the last six Reagan years, to 3.9% in the last six Clinton years (as the current-account deficit and the housing bubble ballooned), to 2% in the George W. Bush years, to 1% in the Obama years. If per capita GDP had increased in the first 15 years of this new century as it had in the years between 1945 and 2000, families and individuals in the United States would be 20 percent wealthier than they are. In the Reagan years, the federal debt increased to 50% of GDP from 40%. That debt declined a little in the Clinton years, but, in this century, even as a percentage of GDP, it has more than doubled.

These are extremely dangerous trends.

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05/02/2017 6:10

How that Diversity Thing Working Out

Although non-Germans make up approximately 10% of the overall German population, they accounted for 30.5% of all crime suspects in the country in 2016.

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